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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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May 27, 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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Navy ExchangeTo CDR. Aircraft Makes Successful. ,

Operate On To Landing On Foam Runway

Holiday HoursDue VW-4's An RA-3B from Heavy Photographic

Squadron 62 made an

to the Memorial Day Holiday emergency landing with a blown

that occurs Sunday May 30, Commander Walter tire in a strip of foam on the

the schedule for the NAS Jax will assume main runway at NAS Jax last

Navy Exchange facilities for May borne Early week.
Four on Friday,
31, are as follows: lieving Commander Lt. Noel N. Pederson, pilotof
Enlisted Men's Club..12 p.m.-
1 the
Chesler in aircraftbreughtthecrippl-
11:30 p.m.. (featuring the Las
Jacksonville Navel ed plane to a nearly perfect

Vagas Review)CafeterlaOperat- Cdr. Reese who landing after the tire had blown",
ions Bldg. 116-ct>ntlnoos; Snack
the Executive Officer during touch and go landings "
Bar, Golf COJrse..7 a.m.7 p.m.,;
Whitehouse. After the tire
Four, better known at
Cafeteria. Bldg. 3.230 p.m. ricane Hunters", blew, he brought his aircraft

10:30 P-m., ; Bowling Alley Snack squadron an back to Jax to utilize the crash

1\ Bar..8 a.m.12p.m.. All other ground of duty crew and: repair facilities located ,,.. ,
Exchange actities at NAS I
the Lockheed Super on the station.
Jax, NATTC and Naval Hospitalwill
tion aircraft. He
be closed. After circling the field for 20
the who
The Commissary and Navy Exchange pilots to 30 minutes, the plane landed
uation the
Sales Location, Bldg. flights on In a strip of foam some 600

will be closed and on acceptance of feet long and 40 feet wide. The
1511 Monday
by the Navy. GEAR and l foam make the landing of VAP-62' RA-3B
and crash crew had used 5000 -
Tuesday, May 31 June L gallons
Prior to reporting a little easier as it makes an emergency landing on a
The Navy Excahnge case beverage of foam to prepare the run-
Four Cdr. Reese tire.
sales facility, Bldg. 1507 jest Coordinator, and way. The plane landed in the foam

will be closed commencing Wed. with tail book extended caught
valuation Pilot at the
May 26, for the demolition of OWNERS NEEDED the emergency arresting gear,
the old building and I construction Air Developement NA TIC Hosts and rolled to a halt in less than
vi11e, Pa.Under. "Plank owners"
of a new one. 1000 feet.Flying.

Case beverages will be avail- Cdr. .
able at the Navy Exchange Com- istration the NAS,Jew Service'Informa with Lt. Pederson, a ;

missary Sales Location and a from the U.S. Naval Office is searching for HAS CPO ClubTemporarily Dallas, Texas, native were/,

sevelt Roads, owners" of the Jackson- BombardlerNavigator ThomasL
429 in the
new facility, Bldg.
Its present location Naval Air Station. Gary. AMHI of Portsmouth
area near corner
ville. Cdr. Chesler who were stationed Va. and 3rd crewman Nathaniel
Allegheny Road and BirminghamAve.
ordered to duty on this activity at its birth, near- Dunas, ABE3. from Griffin. Ga. .
the Exchange
adjacent to Navy -
the Chief of Naval 25 years ago, are request The Naval M
Service Station. AlrStationJax
in Washington, D.C. 2)V to contact the Service In- Lt. Pederson had never landed
Officer's Club
Petty whose -
Office at EV 9-7711, In foam prior to last Thursday.
Writers 272 or 656. was destroyed by fire Sun- Gary found this operation nearly -
Job request is in connection day the,NATTC May 15, has reopened In standing operation procdeure

the air station's 25th an area. since he had previously navigated -

Award ClaimedBy to Be celebrated on Club operationa resumed last for two planes with blown

15 and 16. Plans for a Monday In the North Wing of tires. The experience was alsoa

Aid open house and air building 593 located one block first for Dumas. Cdr. J.P.

NARTU SID are now underway and south of the NATTC Navy Ex Cullen, commanding officer of

The first phase of 150 thousand people are change. A full array of club ser- the squadron, was on hand to
visit the station dur vices including light lunches and
civilian to the men for the successful
Cdr. Lou Di Guisto, Jr.. Service briefing on congratulate
these two days. a package store, are available]
Information Officer for the was presented last landing. I
is hoped that all "plank in the new building.
Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve May 20, at the NAS J "
in Jacksonville area The structure was formerlyused
Unit presented the Theatre for all
Training was
be contacted. as an
Exchange operatedEM
Glenn H, Curtiss Avaltion/Space sonnel, eligible for Club. The NR Campaign
Navy Exchange
Writers Award during the associations In the near future.,
transferred its Snack Bar equip-
annual The briefings,
recent meeting Det. To
ment and other facilities available -
in Alberquerque, N.M. four
In the building to the CPO Reaches 60%
The award silver Florida State w. '
an engraved
Club so that operations could! resume
tray and scroll, is presented each vice, oiler valuable Deploy To
as soon as possible.The .
year for outstanding service in for retired people CPO Club will continue Original GoalThe

disseminating aviation and space ployment in the its normal operating hours, at

information to the public and assisting and also suggestions the new location. In addition the

those In the writing pro ing techniques.Mr. snack bar located at the CPO Navy Relief Campaign currently -
George In the Fleet Air
fession. underway
five plane detachment from swimming pool patio will continue -
these has reached 60
organized Squadron45 will"beat the to be operated by the Club Jacksonville area
cooperation of the of its and Is
per cent goal
by deploying this Sunday, It Is open from 4 p.m. to"
mation and Education ahead of the
ning percentages
30 to the somewhat cooler on weekdays and from noon
the session by achieved last
gan statistics that at Naval Station, Argen- to 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sun- year.
Newfoundland. The recipient of the all-
men about to retire day.The
a little effort to deployment follows a busy CPO Club Is operating expense-paid trip to the World's

y ) y ployment. He also for the squadron that under the management of C.W. Fair awarded during the second f 1

an FAW-11 conducted Buchanan who assumed dutiesas week of the drive was Mr. J.B. h
,. there are
: t prejudices on the Readiness Inspec- manager last week. The retired Lester. He Is a civilian em- '

an Administrative/Material chief came to the CPO ployee at the NAS Jacksonville
as to
employers retirees.Mr. and participation the Glib from the NAS Jax Officer's Public Works Department.The .

:r Exercise "Springboard." Club where he was assistant man-
.' Christie went recipient of the camping -Ii '
Eight with LCdr. M.A. ager.
that applying trailer and boat and
anyone motor gl'eDdur1
house as Plane> Commander Buchanan was to have taken
prepare a resume the first week of the-drive
depart on the 29th to make over a manager In June but
CDR. L DI GIUSTO, JR., fications, experience preparations for the de- due to the fire it was decided was P.S. Dell, AOL, a student at

Service Information Officer. (Cont. on Pg. ) (Cont. on Pg. 2J NATTC.



iJt MAY 27. 1965


Deaths Outnumber \'lj\, "n.-" -\ (/\ ;.,,6"- 2'f:: "l ),$i I, Chaplain's MessageBy

,, EdwardsThis

Century of War LossesEven
the and breadth
SUNDAY coming Sunday across length of this great
land of ours men, women and children will honor those who have
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy of devotion" In the
a strong, hard man may have to blink away tears as he stands! given that "last full measure unending battleto
Communion of life for future
before neat rows of white crosses while the bugler plays the haunting of Divine preserve the democratic way generations.Ours .
strains of"Taps" on Memorial Day. 9:30 a.m. Service Is a great heritage a nation born out of struggle and travail

The visitor knows those crosses represent men who fought, bled Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for a'nation built upon the principles of freedom and the dignityof

and died on blackened battlefields to protect our way of life. Perhaps 722 the Individual.
he is moved by the speeches read that day, or by the wreaths and ages 11:00 3 through Service 16. Bldg.of Divine Whenever and wher ever In the history of mankind these principles -

bouquets of flowers adorning the many graves. a.m. have been challenged, an attempt made to thwamtem'negate;

____ Yet, more than likely, it is the sheer number of those crosses which Worship Fellowship or discard them, man has risen to meet the threat. Perhaps not
.. causes him to feel a lump In his throat. More than 35,000 veterans are 6:30 p.m. Youth always successful at first but eventually and at the cost of great

burled at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia site of the Tombof human sacrifice, right has triumphed.Our .
the Unknown Soldier. Meuse-Argonne Cemetery In France Is the WEDNESDAY country has learned that eternal vigilance Is the price of pre-

burial place for more than 14,000 Doughboys of World War L Another 4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal paredness and that never again will It be necessary for hundreds and:
17,000 Americans, who fell In World War II, lie beneath the tropical p.m. thousands of men and women to be killed as we frantically attemptto

soil of Manila in the Philippines. Every year thousands of people 7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal gain. momentum from the Inertia of selfishness and the false
visit the beautiful Memorial of the Pacific at Honolulu Hawaii, where p.m. security of Isolationism.

simple stone markers tell the final story of thousands of American 12:00 Communion, AU too often we look at this National Day of honoring our courageous -
fighting men of World War II and Korea. More than 120 American Also all p.m. Holy dead as just another opportunity for a day of holiday routine.

'military cemeteries and memorials throughout the world tell the Catholic on Holy Services Days at St. Ed-' It should be a time for us tostop and think what PRICE their LIVES,

same story. ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval their SACRIFICE our FREEDOM I
Seeing those rows of crosses, the visitor may say sadly "What a Hospital
shame. What a tragedy."
Certainly he would be moved In much the same way If all the Americans SUNDAY MASS GT-4 Spacecraft Recovery

who died on our nation's highways were buried together In
6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital
special cemeteries. Again, the very size of such burial places the
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.
very number of graves, would stagger his Imagination.Since Edward's Chapel Plans Announced by NavyNorfolk
the turn,of the century, more Americans have died In motor
vehicle accidents than in all our nation's wars Including the Revolu- DAILY MASS

..... tion. Beginning with the Civil War, approximately 1,077,000 Americans 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Va. (AFPS) -- The U.S. Atlantic Fleet's headquarters for
have died In wartime military service. But since 1913 half a century spacecraft recovery has announced the plans for Its ships that are

after the Civil War, more than 1,511,000 Americans have died in MONDAY & TUESDAY to take part In Project Gemini's GT-4 mission scheduled for the first

motor vehicle accidents.In week Injure.Rear .
4:15 Hall NATTC
a manner of speaking deaths on the highway are even more p.m. King Admiral Ben W. Sarver, USN, commander :Task Force

tragic than deaths In battle. Americans who died in war died for a FRIDAY 140, has 12 ships In the force Job
nation and other nations Those who died In
cause -- to keep our free.
Atlantic Ocean
12:05 U.S. Naval Hospital that will provide
traffic accidents had no such cause. They died while in a hurry or p.m. location and recovery capabilities HuntingCont.
drinking, or careless--or because someone else was. SATURDAY
for Air Force astron-
Looking upon a cemetery filled with those who died In traffic accidents ( From Page 1))
9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel auts Majors James A. McDivitt
that visitor would and other related InformatioaTwo
same probably sadly repeat:
and Edward J. White during their
"What a shame. What a tragedy." And perhaps when he left the CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY planned four-day orbital flight. key questions that should be
cemetery he would think about those rows of crosses, as he does when kept In mind when writing J
!7:00 8:00 and before The antisubmarine aircraft
p.m. p.m.
he leaves the cemetery on Memorial Day. (AFPS) Masses carrier USS Wasp has been namedas resume or during a job inter'}

Catechism ClassesGradeSchool prime ship for Task view are: "What do I have that
Memorial Day Outdoor Pools Force 140. Other ships Include will be of value to a prospective

SATURDAY eight destroyers, two mine- employer In this particular oc

Services Held In Urgent Need 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- sweepers, one fleet and one auxiliary cupation? What does this occu

ties building 722 salvage ship. pation, this employer have to"
Of LifeguardsLifeguards offer that is of value to me?
By Jax FRA'sThe CPOClub The second phase of the brief-

needed. TrafficViolations Ing consists of individual

Fleet Reserve Association Yes, the Special Service Di- assistance given by the employ'
Branch and Unit 91 has
changedthe Interested
vison still needs volunteers for (Cont. From Pagel 1)) ment service to personnel
date of their Memorial
Day their retirement.
at the four out upon
lifeguard duty
Services from Sunday, May 23 to to advance the turnover to combine of the
Sunday May 30. door pools. The following Is a report of the bookkeeping chores associated Another representative illustratedby
Although response was good to vehicle accidents and traf- employment service
To honor the deceased U. S. with moving to the new fac
the nick which in last the use slides, the many
ran fic violations for the period
F Navy and Marine Corps personnel location and installing a new of job
week's there tors that Influence the type
onlya 16
paper May through May 22. .
the FRA will have three volleys manager.The
for. ,
few volunteers released by an applicant Is eligible Age
from a firing squad and "Taps"at former Chief
their division. With the cooper- Number of AccidentsThis manager education job training and ex
the NAS, lax, Saluting Battery H.A. Fuller, was appointed man- in
ation of division Important
an department week 16 through perience are very
Site. This observance follows ager fof the Club lastSeptember.He best
services at the AU-Saints Chapelat heads Special Services feels that May 22 . . . .3 was to have been relieved the final decision of who is
the needed could be suit for the positionSecDef's
quota easily Total Accidents this qualified or
11:00 A.M. year after two or three months but
Fleet Reserve Association reached.If through May 1964. . 104 was continued In the post. He

Branch and Unit 126, will hold you are Interest becoming Number of Days since last Injury expects to assume duties In theN MessageFor
their Memorial Services the a lifeguard why not contact In motor vehicle accident AS Supply Department.

same day Jacksonville Memory Special Services and you divi- . . . . 137 Building 593 will serve as the Memorial Day

Gardens at 11a.m. sion or department hear for fur- Number of ViolationsThis Club's temporary location until Secretary of Defense Roberts.

ther details. a new structure can be erected.A the follow
Week . . 37 for McNamara has Issued
Speeding . . .6 building request will be funds Included for In a new the ing On Memorial Day Message whenwar:

Reckless Driving . l' merlca homageyto
military construction pays
Going Through Stop Sign 1 which will before program dead, It Is fitting that every mem-

1 =, Other Violations . 29 year.It go Congressnext ber of the Armed Forces reflecton
Thirty-nine drivers appeared
before the Traffic Is expected that building our heritage of*
Hearing Boardat 705, the former club site will freedom, what it|
the held
meeting on 25.
be demolished In the cost In terms of I
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise( Newspaper Disposition of the cases Includethe near fut-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, following: Eleven lost driving ure. The firm which began In human lives, and
Jacksonville, Florida, the Holt the East end of the building, the forces that
by Publishing Company, a and parking privileges aboard the I
private firm. All Copy' submitted for use in the JAX AIR station for various periods. Nine an estimated $200,000 now threaten our
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, were assigned to complete an damage to the structure and club freedom on a glo-

.Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before eight-hour course In remedial furnishings.Club bal scale. Only 111 awe ,
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- driving Instructions at NATTC. furnishings destroyed In as a nation] .:
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. Eleven were assigned to completea the blaze were covered by in- cherish our free l fully
surance. Other dcm and commit ourselvesto
Advertisements solicited which
by six-hour
are thepublisherandqueriei course In remedial all assaults
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing driving at Jacksonville Police escaped damage In the blaze are defending it against remain

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida Academy. Seven were given suspended Club being transferred to the new can we hope bequeathed to to
location. free. The freedom
Telephone( 359-4040 or 3590271. penalties. One was givena asacrea
warning. Three cases were dis- Virtually all Club supplies escaped us by our forefathers Is a

VOL.. 23 NO. j jl MAY 27, 1965 missed and two cases were referred damage as did office re- trust. We owelttothecourageousAmericans the
and to
cords and equipment. of the past

,for 'POSS'ib1e.'d1.setpltnarr.a Commanding Officers tlbh:.'. ._......:.r The u .cause.\ ...of..thebla. .. .....l.ero.....w.........(0.future/er generations erne. 'tJAX \:.... ..of.....Americas...'.'...:.. ,

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27, 1965


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-Chrysler sales are up 66%* .

No wonder. This Chrysler is priced less than

$7 a month more than much smaller cars.

For Jan t" ,Feb.,&'March.1965,as compared to tam period list yew -'
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V-8 Engine Base
Make Wheelbase Overall Cubic Inch Monthly Ditference f .
Length Displacement| Payments Per Month

CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124 218.2383 $65.67 -
FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73
CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 58.94 6.73 .
OLDS F-85 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41
BUICK SPECIAL SKYlARK 115>> 203.4 300 58.65 7.02

BASIS OF COMPARISON-All models door with V 8 ,automatic
are hardtops equipped engine transmission
,power steering,power brakes,radio and heater.Monthly payments have been computed on
manufacturer;.' suggested retail price,ono. -third down and 36 monthly payments. Not included are
the extras you pay for on practically any new car:whitewall tires, deluxe wheel.covers destination ,
charges,state and local taxes,interest,insurance and licensing fees..CHRYSLER .,

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I Electric Toothbrush
RegionalMeeting Ft1aup

Outshines Hand BrushCan

the average person prac- the time required to thoroughlyclean
tice better oral hygiene If he teeth and to massage the On May 16-19 nine membersof t
uses an electric toothbrush? gums was considerably longer the Navy Wives Club Jax
A recentstudy by Rear AdmiralC. than all but the most highly mo- #86 attended the Southeast Re- tl
M. Fraleigh DC, USN (Ret) tivated persons were willing to gional Convention at the Naval ', rv
has answered this question of devote to their oral health. Air Station, Pens acola. l
electric versus hand tooth- Research and treatment of They were as follows: Mrs.
brushes. Admiral Fraleigh has patients have convinced Admiral Henry Wernet, Mrs. Wilbert r { i
found that by using an electric Fraleigh that a carefully planned Wagner Mrs.Thomas J.Bennett, ) A r A
toothbrush accepted by the A- and practiced routine of oral hygiene Mrs. Stanley Cottrlll, Mrs.James DELEGATES .. The delegates of the Navy Wives Club 86 that attended .
merican Dental Association, one Is mandatory for the health Bradstreet,Mrs.WilliamCaf- the Southeast Regional Convention at NAS Pensacola on
can thoroughly cleanhls teeth and of the teeth and gums. One can farella, Mrs. Harold C. Lutz, May 16.19 are: (L-R) Mrs. Bernard Toothaker, Mrs. James Bradstreet .
massage his gums In three clean the teeth and massage the Mrs. Chuck Yeager, and Mrs. Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett; Mrs. Chuck
minutes. It requires I eight gums equally well with either a Berard Toothaker.The Yeager; (back row} Mrs. William Caffarella and Mrs. Harold C.
minutes to clean the teeth and hand or an electric toothbrush, Lutz.
club members were
massage the gums properly witha but because of the difference In
the Southeast Regional
hand toothbrush. time required the average per- comed to
Admiral Fraleigh has taught son can practice better oral hygiene Convention by Captain Officer H. Cordie of USS Saratoga
thousands of patients specific If he uses an electric tooth Wean Commanding
methods of toothbrushing using brush. NAS, Pensacola. Mrs. Wilbert
Wagner, Navy Wives Club President Salutes New
Ingenious approaches developed -
many read the president's report 6
by himself and other The small boy visiting a farm for 19641965.The Italian
dental ShipGemoaltaly..Whenthewotld's
practitioners.He has found
for the first time was taken out convention Included Cdr.
that the number who
really to see the lambs. He reachedout John W. Thornton who spoketo
learned and
practiced a technic to pat one. "Why." he the assembly on being a prisoner -
so that they could clean all the .. .
exclaimed delightedly they of In Korea for two newest luxury llner"Michelan-
war ,
surfaces of their teeth as well t ; '..:::, .
as stimulate the was small. make them out of blankets I" years. At the closing banquetfor i! "1'J'A > / gelo" sailed form Genoa's Inner-
gums Nat'l Retired Teachers the Southeast Regional Con- ?'" harbor on her maiden voyage 12
He reached the
conclusion that
matter what methods used no Ass'n Jnl. vention, the Navy Wives Club. May she was given a salute by
were won the plack for the best scrap- units of the U.S. SIXTH FLEET,
book for 1964-1965, and the Admiral whose main business is keeping
: Smeadberg Award for the sea lanes open for civilian
.. % :Jtc3 VJZIA MNTRY membership for the second year. shipping. The attack carrier
All Navy Marine and Coast USS Saratoga led the salute.
DININ ROOM Invited to attend -
TAKE OUT ORDERS Guard wives are
Saratoga lay at anchor a mile
C J PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS any functions given by the and a half outside the harbor
i Navy Wives Club, Jax#86.
I ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI entrance. The carrier's utility
and personnel boats flanked the
"PIZZA. liner as she slipped out of the
.. Why teachers get gray. Finding ItIuCHAPEAU
L our specialty these answers on high school test v harbor.

papers: A "" Aboard the carrier several
FRANK DERICKSONIn Homer wrote the Oddity. DOFFS Pert 17- dozen fire hoses were played
Salt Lake City Is where the year-old, 5 ft.,981b.,high school out from the catwalks in the traditional -
the Heart of Cedar Hills Morons settled.Southerners senior Kathy Brookline, queenof water salute offered a
employ tooters for Helldorado Days celebrationin new vessel.

3619 Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 their children. Las Vegas,Nev.,proves good Commander Carrier Division
Mississippi things sometimes come in small Six's band completed with Sara-
Educational Advance packages.ROOSEVELT toga's whistle playing a seriesof
- - - selections that ranged from
HP l0l| HIHIII i l" IJLJI "ilBlli Hello Dolly to Anchor's Aweighover
the carrier's powerful
Flight Deck loud speaker system.



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E and H Savings .

Bonds Soar Up

Towards '65 Goal

Purchases of E and H Savings
moved ahead strongly In the Jacksonville M
area during April with r .D
over $1,200,000 bought during the

'r t month.With a 1965 quota of "

$11,000,000, the seven counties r

h ry which make up the Jacksonvillearea t tk .
I .1 has reached 39 percent of ,
the quota In the first four months
with purchases totaling $4,315, ,. ;,: ,.z> :.,
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S'il 000.We .. ./t" !' t f
are extremely pleased with '...L.'''''f-?, '';"....
the results of the first third of t J. .. 'w f? J': '):"'MIl'" "

the year," Edwin B.Nelson,Vol- I -' ", ... ,', ;-,." .('r,. ,'..
unteer Committee chairman, 'j,. '" .. j..', '/.r''' .
said, "particularlysincewehave[ .......-- '. t< kif:"
''il li sk only now moved Into the key ..;;;;-' _. -- \I' >>.i: < <

period of our Star Spangled Sav- STANDING TALL AT VFP-62's MONTHLY INSPECTION Four
ings Plan for 1965, a concen- sailors (left to right) Lt. J. A. Battenburg; William H. Goodman,
< t trated period of effort from ADJCA; Jack P. Hassinger, AZC; and Roy L. Dauzat, PR2, were
f May 1 to July 4." honored by "Fighting Photo" during the commanding officer's per.
sonnel inspection. Lt. BaHenburg and Chief Goodman were corn
THE "STAR-SPANGLED SAVINGS BONDS POSTER GIRLS" pose 99,000 ArrestedLandings mended for their outstanding maintenance work while with Detachment
prettily to remind Jacksonville citizens to buy U.S. Savings Bonds 42 aboard the aircraft carrier Roosevelt.Because of their
through the Payroll Savings Plan. The girls are: (L to R/Susan LoggedBy efforts Det. 42 was able to double the flight hours of any VFP-62
Dixon, Honorita Capell, Paulina Czeto, Linda Thode and Peggy Detachment in the squadron's history. Chief Mas singer, who d.-
Motcha. parted from the squadron last Friday, was commended for his
USS Saratoga outstanding work while with "Fighting Photo". Dauzat was awardedhis
OrndurfVAP-62 Receives first good Conduct Medal. Cdr. Navarette, skipper of VFP,
THE USS SARATOGA markedits praised the squadron for its fine appearance and performance
ninety-nine thousandth arrested in the month of April.
teller Of Appreciation"Your landing since being com-

missioned, when an A4C Sky- .
unselfish act certainly part of the Letter of Appreciationthat hawk touched down May 16. Ens.
sustains our confidence In the was presented to Larry L. Alan M. Gates of Attack Squadron Tradingat
character and behavior of hu- Ornduff, SN, by Cdr. E. F. Hll- 36 piloted the aircraft.
manity." These words are just derbrant, May 25. The 1,046 foot carrier Is on
Ornduff, rescued Cdr. Hilder- her sixth Mediterranean deploy- the PX?
brant's daughter, Susan, last ment. Under the command of Cap-
April, after she had experienced tain Jack M. James, Saratogahas
difficulty while swimming at the maintained a heavy operat- .t 0
COOLCAR NAS Jax Indoor pool.Larry ing schedule, making over 8,500 r
recoveries since leaving the U-
nitnd! States last November 28.

rhe Saratoga has a varietyof
aircraft embarked to com-
plete her mission. These Includethe Li _'
VIgalante, the F4B Phantom --t tC

SALEALL II, the A4C Skyhawk, the FaD
,9 Crusader, the A7H Skyhawk and .,
the E IB Tracer.


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MAY 27, 1965 I

Regional MeetingFor A Closer Examination Of Civilian Promotions

Toastmasters NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted In
The following
HeldAt Jax Hotel Soda I Security BenefitsToday accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program:


MAR-NAY Toastmasters Club nine-tenths of all gain- the following dependents: a wifeor H. Cornwall, Equipment Specialist (General), GS-7- Engineering -
#2280 and Navy Civilian Toastmasters fully employed persons are cover- husband age 62 or over, chil- Technician GS-9.

Club '2368, In conjunction ed by the Social Security Program dren under age 18, or children Earl S. Hearn, Supvy. Engineering Draftsman GS-8 Engineering
with other local Toast- The only major exclusionsare disabled before age 18, and wife, Technician (Drafting), GS-9.
masters Clubs of the nine southeastern self employed physicians and regardless of age, caring for a Ernest E. Hughes, Airframes Mechanic Leadlngman Airframes
states known as Region Federal employees who are cover- child entitled to benefits.b. Mechanic.

VUL The convention will be heldat ed by the Civil Service Retirement Survivor benefits. Upon the Jerry N. King, Student Trainee (Mechanical Engineer), GS-3 Same,
the Roosevelt Hotel In down- system. death of an insured wo rker,monthly -
Jacksonville[ on June 10,11 The fundamental element of the benefits are payable to a surviving Wayne L. Martin, Student Trainee (Electronics Engineer), GS-3-
12. and 13.These social insurance is payment of widow or dependent widower GS-4.
two clubs, composed benefits as a matter of earned age 62 or over children underage Lewis S. Newman, Associate Supvy. Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) -
*-- primarily of civilian and military right, without regard to need or af- 18 or disabled before age 18. a Inspector (Aircraft)
personnel of NAS Jacksonville fluence.In mother why has such a child in Supvy. GSllSame
Curttss G. Quarrier, Supvy, Budget Analyst ,
have assumed major responsibilities her care, and dependent parents.A .
for the success of 1064 over 20 million people lump sum death payment is also SUPPLY DEPARTMENTRoma
drew an estimated $15 billion, in
this major event. social benefits. made. N. Cowan Mall & File Clerk, ,GS-3 Mall& File Supervisor,
The convention will open on security monthly c. Disability payments. Monthly GS-4

Thursday evening with a Humorous benefits are payable to workers A. Turner, Warehouseman StockmanMISCELLANEOUS
Speech Contest. In addition, who are unable to work at any Stacey
there will be four additional a. Old-Age retirement benefitsto gainful activity and to their depen-

Speech Contests, three Business retired workers at age 65. or dents as noted above for Old-age Personnel
L. Grlmmette, Sr., Supvy. Staffing Specialist
reduced benefits as early as age George
Sessions and beneficiaries.
Seminars. 62. Benefits may also be paid to Benefit amounts are related to (Examining), GS-10, Industrial Relations Dept. Same, GS-1L
Reitha H. Lima, Card Punch Operator, GS-3 Comptroller Dept. -
the average yearly earnings and not Accounting Technician, GS-4, Comptroller Dept.
to the length of contributions.Thusa
worker receives a benefit relatedto OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENTJames
his economic situation and stan
E. Carroll, Cost Accountant, GS-9 Supvy. Cost Accountant,
dard of living. These benefits are GS-11.
paid when earnings stop or are
Max L. Dickinson, Leadingman Electrician Production Controller,
greatly reduced because of old GS-9.

age, death or disability. Up to
age 72 tl ere is a retirement test
v. for these benefits. VA Request Full No Leave ChargeBy

\ 3 Generally speaking, benefits are

payable to petsC'nstho have earn- Insurance Info Civil ServiceOn
ings from occasional! or part-time
jobs but not to persons who con-
., tinue to work full time. To pay On ApplicationsMr. Off MondaysThe

benefits without an earnings test
next two Civil Service holidays -
would be to pay solely for reach- B. J. Gannon, director of
Memorial Day, May 30,and
1 ing 65. the Veterans Administration Of- Independence Day, July 4, fall on
ficer, Jacksonville, has reemphasized -
Sundays this year. The following
the need for
com- Mondays will be observed as holi-
plete information on applicationsfor days without charge to leave.
of National Service
reopening The Public Works Departmenthas
Life Insurance by Florida vet- planned a period of reduced
NEED NEW APPLIANCES? erans under the new act whichopens
May 1 for a one-year operations Thursday and Friday,
period. May 27 and 28, before Memorial

The Special Insurance Reopen- Day, and: theO&RDepartmenthas
Unit In the St. Peters- scheduled reduced operations for
.. ing set up
burg Veterans Administration 6 through 10 July.

Regional Office to handle on-the- "Reduced Operations" means
( of these more shutdown than "liberal
spot underwriting special
i GI Insurance policies found that ]leave policy" which will apply In

4 b ( Incomplete Information on the several of the other departments.
first 1500 applications receivedwas It means that a planned minimum

the most common error. amount of work will go on.

To be eligible to buy this new

GI insurance, the veteran must

have been originally eligible for DOD Urges Observance
NSLI between October 8, 1940)

"'".r mj o ) and January l, 1957, and have now Of Small Business Week
either, no GI Insurance, or less
than the 10,000 maximum cover-
Washington (AFPS -- Secre-
age. Veterans of World War are tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-

,;. not eligible. Namara has urged military department -
Many applications for Insurance officials to participateIn
I't Buy with cash and have been delayed In pro- "Small Business Week" observances -
.., cessing because they are not In recognition of the
Save.... wdh a accompanied by a full medical role and Importance of smallbus-
report, which must be obtainedat loess In the United States defense

CREDIT UNION LOAN the veteran's expense, or bya mission.
certification from his employer President Johnson has desig-

It pays to borrow money from your Credit Union, where you are that the veteran Is able to nated the week beginning May 23
an owner not just a customer. Interest rates are lower and thereare perform his duties without undue as "Small Business Week."
no extra charges. So buy what you need, when you need it loss of time on account In .amemorandum to service
with CASH from your Credit Union. of illness or Injury. secretaries, Secretary Mc-
When these and other quest- October
Namara noted that last
ions are not fully answered, the President Johnson commended

Ja Fedezae Under-writing Unit must write the Department of Defense for its
% Navy the veteran for complete infor- FY64 activities onbehalf of small
mation before the
issued. policy can be business and said he looked for-

ward to an even more successful -
The shoe salesman had drag- fiscal year In 1965.
CREDIT I/NIO/ll ged cut half of his stock to show Secretary McNamara explained -
hard-to-please woman cus that DOD has long fostered a
tomer. strong business program and Is
As she still seemed undecided, well aware of the contributionsof
MAINSIDE I :I ....: )t,. ? CECIL FIELD ne sighed, pulled.up a stool and small business in providinga

BlDG. 39 BLDG. 26 said: "Do you ritnd if I rest a strong Industrial base to pro-
Tele.384-4121'. ; Tele. SP 1-3211 minute, lady? Your feet are kill vide "our military forces with the
ttft \ Ext. 205 ing me." the
.I -.- ....--.Ext.'-...8507-8508. --.-. .. ... .. .- Anna Fferbert. support and weapons needed" In
defense of our freedom.




I If YuAsk lls Sailors Fight Blaze:

Fire Adjacent to To Cecil Field
The President, In a bill pre- William Hinote, MM3, "I think
sented has It's a goodli'ttJ'JjJlM:' '' "
to Congress, proposeda J
!idea!' The critical
variable re-enlistment bonus

for enlisted men in the Armed men 1 Burns Underground for 6 DaysCECIL

Forces. Under this plan men in receive

"critical" ratings would receive because ShOOldll'
larger cash payments for re- Armed FIELD. By'I'uesdaymorethan 54 sailors from this station had fought alongside volunteers

enlisting than men whose job Is are from Duval County Fire Departments, and Florida Forest Rangers for three days in an unsuccessful

not designated critical This a difficult attempt to put cut an underground fire.
simply means that the more in retaining HlnoU The blaze was located In muck

critical your rating the larger these people. There Is much bog which borders on both sidesof P
more money awaiting them on Chaffee Rd. about one-fourth
What this the outside" a mile from the northeast cornerof
are your feelings on
proposal? Harry Reynolds ADCM, "I this air station.
Robert don't think the The fire was first spotted
QM2"Everyone -
should!get a] proposal would '); Thursday afternoon from the Jax
bigger bonus, bring about the Heights Tower located three
of results that are miles to the, east of the scene of *
regardless F
wanted. Dis- the fire. At that time flames May I 'f
particular] ,:
satisfactionwould t were visible above ground. On
rates. Speaking : ..
f f'their
of the Navy.The] develop a- Tuesday afternoon the fire was
Navy's main objective mong other rat- still burning and had covered 125 1

Is its8 ........ lings. I think all Reynoldsrates acres.
seapower and Steven should receive the same Firefighters tried to flood the
thing." burning area with water from a
most rates aborad ships are not
Sam Jones, BM1, "This Idea small pond on tie east side of
a critical status, therefore, I
believe these personnel are as will not help the the road. From 3 p.m. Monday,
Armed Services when started until
pumping was ,
Important to the Navy as thoseIn SMOKE AND MUD mark the teen on Chaffee Rd. where an underground -
half million
the critical ratings. In order situation. Men 3 p.m. Tuesday a fire burned 125 acres of land. Sailor Dave Brower
for the Navy to operate in Its will not re- gallons of water had been pump- from Cecil Field applies water to the tmoltering mess.
proper capacity. enlist on a large ed onto the burning land. Better
bonus when their Jf than a mile of fire hose was usedto
John Holomshek AXC"I real-
ly don't care for! pay will still be "7 transport the water. Amongst other duties the sailors

ill I My rate Isf just as small Ranger Eugene Conner, who is manned pumps, lines and hoses.A .
critical, but the! The President's Jones in charge of this area, said that Navy ambulance was on dutyIn
Armed Forces! proposal will only terd to discord there is little hope of putting the the area in case of casulties.

are not going people who are in the cri- fire out by artificial flooding. The As of Tuesday there had been no

retain critica ;' tical and non-critical ratings. object they hoped to accomplish Injuries. SEEWESTSIDE

people with this Rodney Brammer, AMH3/urn by this was to control the area Conner said, "The Navy has
proposal To go along with n the fire was in. been most helpful; we have always -

can't buy a true .Holomshelc President John- 'J' 1'<,.'....... On Tuesday Conner said, "It got good cooperation from
and honest working sailor or son's proposal ; ,.. ,..,U will continue to burn like this the Navy."
It will probably until we get at least three Inchesof Navymen from Cecil Field first
soldier. You can buy sliders, '
however, those people who ship- help keep people'] : rain." It has been two months went to work fighting the fire Sun- BEFORE BUYING A
in critical rat- ,;' I since sufficient rain has fell in day night after the Forest Service
over simply the bonus and "
not for the Navy. Ings in the service '-, ... ,'),I this area. "This. is one of the had ask for assistance.: Since
and thereM. driest since 1962. The that there had been
Renete Townsend, RM3, "Menin springs night a con- NEW OR USED
critical ratings by save the Brammer water table is four feet below stant stream of sailors from

should haveM Armed Forces quite a bit of normal," Conner said. Cecil Field to the fire area.

an increased money. Retralnlngpersameles- Tuesday's weather forecastfor The foresters believed that the

bonus. If they' pecially In critical ratings takes the Jacksonville area was a fire started when a controlled

are paid moreln ? time, money and:! effort. 20 percent chance of rain. Ironi- burning project on the east side VWJacksonville's
the cally 10 miles away, on the east of the road went out of control
Armed 't' WESCONNETTFURNITURf shore of the St. Johns River a How it spread across the road
Forces. It's > I
my ,
opinion that a>*'\S... A..... small Amount of rain fell, but was unknown.
inTownsend none oh Chaffee Rd. Since the fire started there
substantial Go.
crease in the re-enlistment : There was not enough water In have been six other blazes in Newest Authorized Dealer
the pond to flood the entire area the area; all were brought unltr -
bonus of men In the more cri-
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order as a sort of Incentive.In NEW & USED TV fire departments brought In Ixd. was under constant sur- (includes parts & labor)
water tank trucks on Monday but vellance since it started. The
the long run it"would save SETS & FURNITUREEASY the foresters reported that this foresters said that since the fire
the services
money. was not sufficient. started they had not slept more 1960 VW Sedan $895
Robert ra CREDIT Four bulldozers were being than four hours at one stretch.As 1962 VW Sedan $1195
disagree with used as another control measureto one tired sailor said, "It's 1963 VW Sedan $1395
the proposal ifpersons I FREIGHT SALVAGE prevent the fire from spread- all smoke and mud." But as 1963 VW Sedan air $1495

in critical nt'l Ing. The dozers were used to everyone Involved knows, where 1963 KARMANN GHIA $1695 I

ratings are REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS trench the area around the 125 there is smoke there is fire 1964 VW Sedan $1545
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personnel feel will'i} 'I COME IN AND BROWSE was little danger of the fire This Is the second time since 1962 Delux Sta. Wagon $1395

slighted/ spreading to the confines Cecil 1962 that the area has burned.
and very soon, Rotengrant HOURS 9 AM 7 PM Field. They reported that thereIs The land Is used for timber, but

the ratings that are not criticalnow PHONE 7710750.V.A4t 350 acres of muck land in the there are a few Inhabitants. Two SEE

will be. Chaffee Rd. area, but none of this alligators did live in the pond

/. extends to Cecil Field's side of before the firefighters started OUR VW DISPLAYAT

t. 4j 103 St. pumping. The men also report ROOSEVELT MALL
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praises from the foresters. the area.

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V AP.62 Maps : ,

I'I'e' ...,....
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Jet used by Heavy Photographic Squadron Sixty-two to pro to
vide photo coverage of.the recent Roods.Squadron .

Boast ,

Enviable History '

The history of Heavy Photo They: recently completed aerial
graphic Squadron 62 Is alive with maps of the United States shores >Ing
outstanding achievements and on the Great Lakes, another request ,
long list. of unusual and demanding from the Army Corps of t Is
jobs accomplished d by the Engi ers.Prominent. )
squadron. names have an Important
.. ,
Men of VAP-62 who served slot In the squad ren''s
from January I960 through Oct history also. Cdr. J.D. Stuffle- be
ober 1962 earned the Navy Unit beem, a former VAP-62 CO, Is
J :
Commedatlon Medal for their established a flying record on
work with classified aerial reconnaissance Vetrarfs Day 1963, when he was .
missions. pilot of the first A-3 to make
The RA-SBs of VAP-62 have a nonstop transatlantic flight. He -
been airborne to photograph refueled once, and completed the ,
launchlngs: of Mercury, Saturn, trip from J Jacksonville to RotaIn I'M'used
and Polaris space shots from 7.3 hours. A former VAP con
Cape Kennedy. They: were on hand Safety Officer, Lt. Roger Q.
at Cape Kennedy earlier this Chaffee, is now a member of
year to record on film the launch the Nation Aeronautics and Space En
of astronuats Virgil Grlssom and Administration's' team of astron THIS '
PHOTO is one of' the many
John Young during their Gemini auts. of' the Mississippi and other rivers. Towns, likilhl'"
flight. The quality of their work Enviable records of total acci waters as rivers overran their banks. Besidell! ,
has been such that they will dent-free flying time, commendations valuable lop soil 'from the thousands of' acres of e-
assuredly be called upon again and awards make (
L. ._ .. probes. VAP-62
an unit.
f. outstanding The ,
multi-million dollar Hood recording the devastation which area consisting of South Dakota, AP-
.. damage recently Incurred In the had hit the six-state area. V AP- Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, ; Re
CHOOSE FROM MORE THAN north central United States has 62 was requested since their Missouri, and Illinois. ( ) will
brought thousands of words of planes and photographic equip From an altitude of 20,000ft. the
synpathy from fellow Americans, ment were ideal for this type ., VAP-62 crews photographed ; .
90 ( Count fEm ) 9C thousands of hours of work from of aerial photography. They have 2300 nautical miles of river, ( ) ,

the Red Cross and Salvation carlo-graphic capability which including the Sheyanne, Red, ,
Army, thousands of dollars In allows a 5 59fo overlap in each Crow Wlng.Pralrie. ,Mississippi,
FINE USED CARS aid from the Federal government successive aerial photo. Ram, St. Croix, 'Turkey\ Skunk<, ,
and thousands of pictures The initial plane left for Iowa, Cedar Illinois, Calumet,
from Heavy Photographic Squadron NAS Twin Cities on April 19. Rock, Plcatonlca, and the Wapi-
Here are just a few> of this weeks specials: 62, based at NAS Jackson A total of six crews rotated between sican rivers.

ville. NAS Jax and Twin Cities Each of the six crews remained ,

64CORVA1RMONZA. ... . . . .$$1595 of Called on by the Army Corps where they flew over 15 sorties. In the disaster area photographing !
2 door coupe, 4 speed transmission, R&H, WSW. Engineers early in April, During these flights which last the waterways for several
64 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT. .... . . .$$2695 VAP-62 sent an RA-3B twlnengine ed approximately four hours days, were relieved by another
Fully equipped Air/Conditioning/ Like new. photo reconnaissance aircraft each., they took over 50,000, exp V AP-62 crew, and returned to
63 VALIANT . ... . . . . $$1395 and crew to NAS Twin Cities p posures. They photographed 16 NAS Jax with their film. It was
2 door, auto/trans./ R&H, Remaining warranty 3 years or ,to.".aid.... in'.. assessing-- damage and different rivers in a six-state processed and printed In the '
.. 26,000 miles. I i';' '>' Fleet Air Photo Lab here, and
63 VW SUNROOF. ..... . . . . .$$1375 returned to the Army Corps of
R&H, WSW, Very, very clean I'" in .
62 CHEVROLET . ... . .. . . .$$1195 Engineers. Chicago.Cdr. Commanding
2 door sedan, R&H, Extra clean, low mileage. new
60 FALCON. . . . . .. . .$$595 Officer of the squadron,miss-
4 door sedan, extra clean. to the flooded area on one

60 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE ... .. . . . .$$1395 ion. Cdr. Cullen Is originally
Factory air conditioning, loaded] from Fulda, Minnesota, whirh

59 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN . . . . .$$895 was not hit by the cresting wa,
9 passenger, Loaded, with factory air/conditioning/ extra ters. LCdr. Dick Frilchtennicht Hew
clean. also from the flood area
near his home-town of Matter-
ville, Illinois, which received ,
DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT no damage from the strom suffered even
though nearby cities
heavy damage.
Flying with Cdr.Cullen Is Crew
CLAYTON REVELS One was Ltjg( ) Cal Larsen, Navigator I
and J.A. Defiore, PHL
,....... Chrysler-Ptyniouth, Inc. In LCdr. Friichtennichfs' Crew
Seven were Lt. Hank Lawsen,

only 20 min. So. of NAS on llwy. 17 GETTING THE WORD ICdr. Dick crews making this flight were;
t. !
r. ; ;! :i. PHONE; lAX 264-6555 end T T. A. Ruel, AQB2 (L-R R) get the word on their, Lt. Har* Lowson, Crew Five with LCdr. Bill Wig- Houses and other buildings (marked by the arrow) partially sob- IKUCCS NIGHTLY IXCtfTSUNDAY OK RdCSEVfLT 17$ JACKSONVILLE
? '
pn'Posed photographic and J.M.
mission from ITjg Calvin larsen. ton., RJ.. Sltar, ADJI, merged were caught by the cameras of VAP-62.
Temple, .AOI; Crew Six with LCdr

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I How To Select Home Movies For Your FamilyWhen Women's Side

Junior gayly announces films. a certain picture would be an
he's "off to the movies," do The last 15 years have seena excellent choice, while the one
you have any idea what type of tremendous change in the mot- at the next theatre may not be Of the Story ,
film he is planning to see? ion picture industry. People nolonger as suitable for them. Let the .
The art of selectivity playsan go to the movies out children try to pick their own By Shirl ConoughtonGregarious
important role in growingup of habit, but have become select movies, using reviews and guidesfor .
and parents must lead the ive in their choice of pictures.As assistance. When they have enthusiastic, stimulating and a lady with a flair
way. Whether the choice t.involves a result the industry has been made their selection discussthe for fine clothes this is Mary Dunlap, Fashion Coordinator for
television programs, reading turning out fewer,but finer, films picture and decide on its one of Jacksonville's leading Department Stores. A Pemsylvanian
matter, music; of friends, wise many with adult themes. Intelligent merit. Share your responsibility by birth Miss Dunlap has lived in Missoula Mont., (where her
Judgement is So too, parental guidance Is necessary with the children; they'll father taught sociology and religion University Montana), Read-
motion pictures must chosen to select movies ,that enjoy the 'grown-up' privilege, ding, Penna., Boston, Mass.: and now Jacksonville.
with artful thought. And every young people can understand and and will develop the habit of "The new styles in fashion today
parent can make certain that enjoy. choosing movies thoughtfully. have something for everyone.
his family enjoys the best of When choosing films tor your Movies should be a family There is one outstanding[ look
film entertainment by being youngsters, Why not hold at amity affair and enjoyed by every mem for the season but the basic simple -
better informed about current council?' Explain why you feel ber. There are many sources lines and beautiful workman-
1L to which a parent can turn for ship are always In. The Duchess
help in selecting pictures.News- of Windsor has some styles that
paper reviews give critiques of she has kept for the last ten to
all new films, as well as synopses twenty years. She finds a design
of their contents. From that Is good for her then has
these, a parent can get a gen- several made up in different fab-
eral idea whether or not a part- rics and colors. The designersthat
icular movie is suitable for his I admire most are Trigere,
children. Motion picture distri- NotcH, Geoffry Beane, Blass,
butors, exhibitors and voluntary Galanos .. for their elegant
reviewing groups utilize rating beautiful clothes."
All officers systems to advise the publicon You can feel in the course of
the suitability of films for the conversation that Mary Dun-
various audiences. lap is extremely proud of her
The Legion of Decency of the children Dave attends Presbyterian -
Catholic Church reviews:: and College in Clinton, S. C., Mrs. Dunlap
and who classliie films according to their Betsy goes to TCU in Texas,Debbie -
men moral content and:! suitability for attends Simmons in Boston NOTES OF INTEREST
their members. Mass., and Johnny to John Gory
Suggested audience ratings for here in Jacksonville Miss Dun- VF-174 A late morning office
film can also be found in the lap received her B. S. degree was held on Tuesday of last week
need following publications: Parents from Simmons in Boston.As at the Officers Recreation
moneyreport Magazine, the National Parent- a member of the Junior Facility to discuss the plans for
Teacher Assiclation Magazine, League she started modeling (at the Installation Tea in June for
Catholic Review, Christian that time only women of society all Wives. Mrs. Wyle Scott was
Science Monitor, Family Circle, modeled) and continued for 14 or hostess. After the coffee the
Ladles' Home Journal, Saturday 15 years. She is listed in the officers joined their ladles for
Review and many others.In First Volume in the Florida Women lunch
addition, the nationally distributed of Distinction. At present VFP-62 An "all hands stag
Green Sheet, published she is the Second VIcePresident party" was held last Friday at
toC.LT. monthly by the Film Estimate of Campfire Girls and Past the Cecil Field picnic area. Of-
Board of National Organizations President for Duval County. She ficers wives of the squadron attended -
reviews and rates films. The also was the First President of a brunch last Thursdayat
organizations,representing some the Women's Guild Jacksonville the ORF. Hostesses were Mrs.
45 million members, include: Art Museum. R. Turner and Mrs. J. Hood.
the American JewishCommittee, After serving on the Advisory Minute steaks and:! country fried
American Library Association. Council for a department store eggs were served.
Federation of Motion Picture .she was offered the position of
Councils, Inc., General Feder- fashion coordinator. A great "Mother," the young man
ation of Women's Clubs, National deal of creativity and skill is cried, "I was away for three days
Congress of Parents and necessary for a coordinator and on a business trip. 1 wired my
That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're Teachers, National Council of Miss Dunlap qualifies in both wife rd be home last night and
Women of the U.S.A., National respects. MA Fashion Coordinator when I got there I found her in
at dealing with special problems.Need .
experts your money
Federation of Music Clubs, Nat- is one who tries to be another man's arms Why,
a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet ional Society Daughters of the one step ahead of fashion. She Mother, why? You're a woman-

personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. American Revolution, and Protestant must be brave. The most difficult tell me why?"
office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got Motion Picture Council thing to do is commentary After a moment of silence,

over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your you must strive for originality" his didn't mother replied, ""Maybe she
far get your wire.
"As fashions
convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But Hawaiian Luau are concerned as I encourage designer womento Machinist.

we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends sew. Three quarters of my

that way. Date Set By wardrobe I have made myself... WE CAN
Usually I buy Paris designs in
the Vogue patterns." "I have
LOANS TO $3000 Officers ClubTickets been told that Jacksonville stores GUAR. GOOD USED
do not the clothes
carry most
CASH YOU GET are now available at
the main desk of the NAS Jax women want but this is not true. SEE US FIRST BEFORE -
Monthly 35 3D 2t Officers Club for a Hawaiian Jacksonville stores do carry the YOU BUY.
Payments mos. mos. InOS. lines the
Luau which will be held June same as large storesin
$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 cosmopolitan cities. The big SUNSHINE STATE MOTORS

70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 17.The pool and patio area will difference is that you must
do some "leg"] work and shop 2 LOCATIONS
100 2644.71 2167.09 be the setting for a Hawaiian
comparitively. Most women expect -
band, Johnny Pineapple and his
120 2600.50Pedl' 4 plus 4. This band consist of to go to shopping areas and 7406 N. MAIN\ ST.
life accident and heallll Insurance available/ on all loans< al, low EIOUfJ rates find everything they want. It
four men in the bard and four
persons in a South Pacific Re- cannot be done. Inshcpplng areas
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY there are at the most two of the

X vue.Cocktails will be served at large stores represented In W fiAcowtettFtat
6 P.M. and the luau buffet will order to find what you want you J
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville open at 7:30 P.M. The dance must shop downtown where there
n Fla. and band also begans at the time is concentration of stores."
7, and band also begans at that (Next week Miss Dunlap will
discuss 103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd
Phone: 398-1581 time and:! last until 11:30 P.M. modeling schools, and the
The South Pacific Revue will Do's and Dorfts of fashion!0) We Wire Flowers

present it's floor show at 10 Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-0250
School teacher: "Not only is Flowers
are optional. Any he the worst behaved child in my For Every Occasion
purchase of tickets will assure class but he also had a perfect
you of a choice spot for enter- attendance record p FREE DELIVERY
tainment and food. Anderson Independent


I.MAY'J.7.1965. "'R A r

MoviesMovies Club Schedules"O" Vagas RevueScheduled

will be shown regularlyat CLUBMusic this Fri-
1 1 p.m. Monday through Satur- day night will be provided by AtBluejackets
Charlie Jay with John Arnold

day.NATTC will have two feature supplying the entertainment on Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Saturday. For those who likea 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208 to arrive not
urdays and Sundays. The hospital foreign dish stop In on Tues- later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
will have one feature on Sun- day when the specialty will be Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the

day's at 7 1 p.m. Indonesian Fried Chicken all Monday evening May 31, will following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
The NAS theatre will stay the you can eat every Wednesday. be one of the big nights on A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
same except for the evening fea- Happy Hour Is at 3:30 with Dinner the NAS Jax EM Club's enter- received WITH the copy for the ad.
ture which will begin at 7:30 at 6 P.M. tainment calendar this year. The DO NOT SEND CASH

p.m. These are subject to change. AceyDucy- The Acey-Ducey Bluejackets Inn will be host toa RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Club offers music by Mark Cast special performance as the Per additional line ((4 words p.r line). . .0.50
Thursday, May 27 le this Friday and the Star Dust- Las Vegas Revue makes its ap-

NAS Those Galloways Brian ers on Saturday. Dick Strock perance at the club. - -- --- -
Keith, Vera Miles and the Spotlighters will providethe Featured in the Review Is Bob

NATTC Ferry Cross the Mer- entertainment Memorial Day Garber, a spendid young comedian -
sey GerryardthePacemakers evening. The club will remain who presents his act In FURN APT. Herschel 3859 4 FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3

Hosptlal Horror of It All Pat open till 1:00 A.M. If you like many different phases, from sub- RM & Bth, porch, yd, garg.elec, rms, best barg In city for couple.]
Boone, Erica Rogers bingo drop in Tuesdays at 7:30 tle type stories to comedy magic clean, near NAS. 387-1950 $12.50 wk pi utiL 388-9886-
$70 Mo.Needed.
Cecil -The Pumpkin Eater Anne P.M.Bluejackets in which everything blows up in
Bancroft, Peter Finch InnDancing this his face. Garber also does impressions -
Friday and Sunday will be to of such singers as Part Time Repairmanwith HOME FOR SALE No clsolng
Friday, May 28 Carl Boyd. Robbie Applol will Bobby Darin and Johnny Ray. FCG license class 2. Phone cost. $ zero to $100 Dn. Many;

NAS Flight from Ashiya be featured on Saturday. Every And then there's the female 359-0048 all ares. Timmerman Pity

Richard Widmark, YulBrenner Monday patrons can get 2 Pizzas angle to the show. Shapely legs BKR. 771-2792 or 771-1861

NATTC Those Galloways for the price of 1, and on Wed- are supplied by Cherie French Owner Transferred 7376 Wonder

Brian Keith, Vera Miles nesday bingo is featured. and Sandy Decker. Cherie Is a Lane, Ortega Hills. old brick,
Hospital Ferry Cross the Mer- CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club, vocalist and dancer. Sandy is 3 BR. 2 BTH, Ige kit w/blt FURN APT ORTEGA SECT -
sey Gerry and the Pace- now located in Bldg. 593, is open billed as a "Go-Go Girl" that In oven & range. Fla. RM, A/C fac river, 15 min, from NAS 1
makers for regular business hours. The dances all the wild ones. Immed poss, 387-1463 adult only. $25 wk Incl utiL

CecilStrange BedfellowsRock Club is temporary quarters are Backing the show and supply- & phone 3889886.

Hudson, Gina Lollobriglda now serving light lunches and Ing dance music is Johnny John- Home For Sale3 BR, $100
the son and his orchestra.
package store is
Saturday, May 29 open. dwn, bit-In rage & oven, scrnd FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5)
porch, $81. mo. 771-4980 ml. west of Yulee, 2 ml So.
NAS World of Suzie
William Holden
NATTC Flight from Ashiya MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS For Sale 1959 Marietta Mobile existing bldgs, launching ramp,
approx. 1 1/2 acres on water,
10x50 ft. 2 BR.
Richard diagonalkit
ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS colored fixtures & As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor
Hospital Those appliances -
Calloways -
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS' SR 22's suitable tenent. EL 4-0192
Brian Keith, Vera Miles FILEDMcDOUGALL'S excel cond. Call 264-
Cecil Horror of It All Pat INSURANCE 6367 M.J. Peterson Park Ave. day or night.

Boone Ericia Rogers Rldgewood section.
Sunday, May 30 FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
Bargain Hunter Homes for Sale HAS $50. down, $50 month.
Springs Week- no quaL 3 BR. 2 BA
end ROOSEVELT BLVD. 299O MAYPORT ROAD freshly Call Art Powell USN RET, 264-
Connie Stevens, Troy JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ATLANTIC BEACH. FLA. painted 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
Donahue PHONE 388.7676 PHONK 249.554w"World's Also $0-$100 dn,no closing costs,
NATTC World of Suzle Wong many-any area.TimmermanRlty

William Holden. Nancy Kwan Bkr. 771-2792 or 771-186L 2 Sewing Machines- 1965 Dial

Hospital Richard-Widmark Flight from Ashiya HURRY! BUY TICKETS NOW! O Matic, Zigzags that have never
YulBrenner been used. They were -Mother's
Cecil Ferry Cross theMersey- Furn. Apt2 BR. 2745 Oak
Day layaways never picked up;
Gerry and the Pacemakers Greatest MONpgy (Riverside) $65 Mo. plus $10 customers left area. We are

Monday, May 31 Single Sporting Event !" //W/jV/ Ot deposit call 384-2930. unable to locate them. You can

J_ have these machines for the baL
IVi/sim/ 5'''/"<1P'' H it"I O/.pt. H".IdS"e.
NAS My Blood Runs Cold Electrolux for $15.00 vacuum $47.50 cash or terms. Will take
Troy Donahue Joey Heatherton LIVE.ON cleaner has attachments.Good older machine In trade. Phone
Palm Springs Weekend 353-1946. Will deliver obli-
cond. Call EL3-1946 anytime, no
Connie Stevens, Troy gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co.
Donahue will deliver, no obligations A-1
E'l9"1M11J Sewing Machine Co.
Hospital World of Suzie Wong-
William Holden, Nancy Kwan !NAI'fISll1QO OPEN FOR INSPECTION 3 & 4
Cecil Those Calloways'' Brian '. REPOSSESSED SINGER slant- BR, 21/2 BA, ALLBRICKCOM-

Keith, Vera Miles needle zlg-zagger with Walnut POOL$16.800-$27,500., .
MILE 771-8688 6039
Tuesday, June 1 t "RACE Cabinet, BaL only $42. or assume DRIVE

NAS Some People Kenneth 4 NOT I be shown (before 5:30 paymts.P.M., ) Call768-3721

Moore, Ray Brooks EXCITING HOURS!! on Home TV! Real Estate: Information on

NATTC My Blood Runs Cold sales, purchases, equities, rentals -
Troy DonabueJoeyHeatherton FOR SALE: almost new air cond., or FHA VA homes. Call

Hospital The Palm Springs mm:7JI' :: CENTER.TICKETS ALSO IMPERIAL MAY,BE EMPRESS PUftCHASED, EDGE'AT: Betty Day, lot 7 1, Justiss Trailer Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd.Charter -
Weekend Connie Stevens, WOOD CAPITAL AND BAN MARCO. Park at Yukon adj. NAS. Real Estate Co. 3876511or
Troy Donahue OPEN 9:45 am Admission.$4.30 NEAR NAS: garage apt. fura, 387-2851 at night.

Cecil Flight from Ashiya Yul Air Cond. Maid Service, $60

Brenner, Richard Widmark 384-6288. For Sale: on Gator Bone Lake
Wednesday, June 2 all"year round, 2 BR C/B house
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE complt, fum Built in eke kit.,
For Sale: Good used vacuum
NAS Nava joRun Seven 387-3953 A-1 Cond.
cleaners $14.95 & worth
Virginia Vincent |4669 Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega River]933$ up (
more), vacuum cleaner hoses.
NATTC Some PeopleKenneth PHONE 389-1161 i Swimming Lesson beginning( thru
I I $6.50, guar. repair service, parts
Moore, Ray Brooks Body Shop 4301 Irvington St. & bags, Sarge's Vacuum Cleaner life saving, private pool Orange
Hospital My Blood Runs Cold 24 Hr. AAA Road & Wrecker Service Service Center, 5510 Wesconnett Park, qualified instructor. 10

Troy Donahue Joey Heatherton S&II and Plaid Stamps at TImuquana Rd., call 771-8255 lessons $15.00 EV8-4360.
Cecil World of Suzie Wong Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service DiaLo-Car pick-up or deliver.
William Holden, Nancy Kwan Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U.Haul Home for Sale- Ortega Hills
5 min from NAS, 3 BDR, 11/2
Boat'gas at Regular Station Prices BA
newly painted Interior EV9-
The teacher wrote on the Now Showing complete 1965 Lines: FOR SALE: AKC reg. pachshund 4137.
blackboard: "1 ain't had no fun Puppies 5 wk.!., Phone 264-26x0,
all Then she askeda Evlnrude 262i Grass Hopper La., Orange
summer. Boats & Motors Thunderbird Retirees Paradise: Fish swim
pupil, "Tommy, what should Nigh Trades \\EVINRUDt7 Starcraft Park, Fla. in your own front yard3 br

I do to correct that?" LowDown Payment Formula Jr. home & lake on 5 beautiful acres

"Maybe," Tommy suggested,. Easy Terms _. Viking 5 BUILD ON YWR OWN LOT, NO within Orange Park city limits.
'"you could correct it by getting'yourself Vega .MONEY DOWN, FROM $49.50 a Realistically priced at $15,000call
a boyfriend."' Our 36 year reputation is your best guarantee of quality service. month 771-8697 OR 771-8688. Art Powell USN/Rtd, PoweU
Louisville Courier-Jnl Mag. Longchamp Homes Realty Bkr. 2646144.: -

MAY 27, 1965

basic duties, sought additionalwork
fliITDA 1 wlthenthusiasm and accepted -
the responsibility and author-
JAX MARINES ity that accompanied his work.
I >25 to WO The award includes a$50 savings
bond and a free trip toSt.Augus-

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE tine fortheMarlne and his family.

Cash (for any purpose. Just phone and tell us HONORED Pfc. Weldon J.
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your STAFF NCO PROMOTIONS- the current Navy Relief Drive. Orr, Jr., received a Meritorious
convenience. Same-day service. Four hundred and forty Marines ANVIL The Marine Corps Mast last week after graduatingfirst
selected for promotion to staff Reserve last week received the in a class of 19 at the Aviation -
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN noncommissioned officers ranks Silver Anvil Award of the Public Ordnance School, Class
will be promoted during June. Relations Society of America for "A".
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. In announcing the promotion the Reserve's outstanding achievements SHOOTERS Sgt. Bruce J.

figures last week, Headquarters during its 17th annual Erhardt, with 241 out of a possible -
$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00 Marine Corps officials said the "Toys for Tots" drive.This 250, emerged as high
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 promotions will be effective on program provides Christmastoys shooter after firing a rifle
219.27 13.00 500,51 29.00 June 1 with date of rank,pay, and for underprivileged children familiarization course at Camp
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIAL'e allowances beginning that date. in 196 communities where organized Blanding May 10 13. Sgt. Ben-
Promotion breakdown Is: Marine Corps Reserve jamin R. Andrews was second
Interest. 'Seven first sergeants to sergeant Units are located. In 1964 more with 239 and SSgt. Robert L.

:: ; ; major, cutoff precedence than 3,238,000 toys were collected Montgomery and LCpl James L.
number Is 26, and 12 remain to and distributed to Rust III tied for third place with
be promoted. 1,133,000 children. The symbolic 237. Approximately 60 Marines,
241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 Seven master sergeants to Silver Anvil was originally selected 30 from the Aviation Detachment
5256.BejttJl P.qul J Dial 359.2895 master gunnery sergeant, cutoff to signify the fact that the and 30 from the USS Rooseveltare
))1 precedence number is 79, and 12 validity, quality and achievement at Camp Blandlng this week

z':1 ,. firing for requallflcatlon.

-" .*.
A-I Nearly 22,000U.S.

r i

USED CARS ; ForcesIn
? %
: ,
I1 ;

$'a Dom. Rep.

DUVAL MOTORS Washington (AFPSNearly)
22,000 U.S.servicemen have been
deployed to the Dominican Republic -
ss since April 28 when Pre-
sident Johnson announced the
landing of 400 U.S. Marines to
a protect property and citizens
OFF ROOSEVELT r6tl p 1'y there.

Movement of U.S. troops Into
NEW SERGEANTS-Five Aviation Detachment Marines receive war- the Santo Domingo area was
rants promoting them to sergeant last Monday from LtCol. JohnW. prompted by seizure of the gov-
SPECIAL Sullivan Detachment CO. They are, 'from left, Eugene B. Bliss, ernment by supporters of former
Glenn W. Webb, LtCol. Sullivan, Max A. Martin, William Whalen\ Dominican Republic President
r-- MILITARY FINANCING and Gene M. Vanderhoof. Juan Bosch.

remain to be promoted. of any public relations activity United States armed forces
One hundred staff is strength In the Republic, as of
forged on the anvil of
. ... .$1995 public
64 THUNDERBIRD .....$3695 63IMPALA sergeants to gunnery sergeant, opinion. May 18, showed 14,800 Army,
Hardtop, full power includ. Hardtop 4 dr., V-8, power cutoff precedence number is REPEAT For the second time 6,000 Marine Corps and 1,000
factory air. steer., R&H, air cond. 1203, and 113 remain to be pro- this year, a Marine has been Air Force personnel. An add-
named Serviceman of the Month itional 11,000 Navy personnelon
- |64 FALCON v. .. .$1495 63 FORD.$1595 moted.Two hundred, seventy-one by the Naval Air Techn1caITrain- board some 30 ships were
- 2 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., standard Convertible, standard shift, sergeant, cutoff precedence number ing Center. He is Sgt. Robert also off the Dominican shores.
shift, R&H. R&H. is 2715, and 63 remain to be Bergeron of the Aviation Detach- The Dominican Republic situa-

j 64 GALAXIE'500"$2295 63 FALCON . .. .$1295 promoted.All ment Training Branch. Sgt. Ber- tion servicemen has taken with Its toll 18 of U.S.
May figures
2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/ 2 dr., sedan, auto/1rant., 6 geron was selected for Serviceman -
showing nine soldiers,eight Mar-
R&H Marines previously selected of the Month for the initiative -
trans., cyl.
power steer.,
-- 2 to choose from. for first sergeant and master and bearing he displayed In ines and two Navymen dead. The
sergeant have been promoted. performing his assigned duties as number wounded included 67
64 IMPALA.$2795 62 GALAXIE-500"......$1695 FIRST Marine students of the NCO in charge of Basic Military Army, 24 Marine Corps and 1
Sport coupe, V-8, auto/ 4 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/ Aviation Ordnance School were Training for NCO's. The letter Air Force.
trans., R&H, power steer., trans., R&H, power steer the first Aviation Detachment naming him for the honor said The majority of Army person-
- factory air. and brakes. activity to report IDO'/odonatlonIn Sgt. Bergeron accomplished hisTEARSAfter nel In the Republic are mem-
bers of the 82nd Airborne Division -
- 64 GALAXIE 500"" .....$2395 60 CHEVROLET. . $795 1riva. Ft. Bragg, N.C. who were
4 dr., hardtop V-8, auto/ 2 dr., V-8, standard shift. c flown from the U.S. In Military
trans., R&H, power steer., Air Transports Service and Tact-
air cond. ical Air Command -aircraft. As
of May 18 more than 2,200 sorties -

[63 FALCON . .. .$1 195 57 BELAIR.$595 were flown by the Air Force;
2 dr., auto/trans., R&H. 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, R&H. Ar they Included over 22,000 per-
IM ,z sonnel and 19,000 tons of cargo

|63 FALCON . .$1395 56 CHEVROLET. . $495 carried.'
-- Wagon, 4 dr., 6 cyl.,standard Wagon 4 dr., V-8, auto United States military forces
shift, R&H. trans., R&H. have provided food, medical sup-
plies and other necessities to
= local citizens, as well as eva-
- cuating thousands of persons
-...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM y- :. tQ from the island.CAW.



: r For Financing And Insurance
Stateside And Overseas. Call

1 MOTORS CUFd making three volunteer trips: through the Marine'stear FINANCE representingGOVERNMENT CORPORATIONAND EMPLOYEES

gas chamber here last Wednesday, Wave Gail F. Georgeson,
SA, recovers with plenty of fresh air and gentlemanly assistance
. 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 4-4536 from Sgt. Donald E. Dupuis, left, and Cpl. Jerry J. Marion. SA INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE
i' Georgeson is a member of the Leading Chief's office staff, Aviation 9615 Timuquana Rd. 7710321PAGE
Ordance School.
- -

27, 1965

I Jax Holds Field Meet Itlii"tIII1JI:111' :: :

The whistle blew, a man's hand:! waves In the air I
a gun Is fired and Wise. Second was by the VW-4
I the day of events began at NAS Jacksonville as the Intramural Track team and VP-45 placed third.In .

and Field Meet got underway May 18, with 80-100 participants and team scoring, the Marines

approximately- 400-500 spectators crowding! the Infield.---, walked away with the honors with
Carlisle Cdr Bill
Dave ,
24 1/2 points. Second was VP-30
Nowers, VAP-62, XO, and Fred
with 22 points; 3rd, VAP-62, 16
Klomann, Ibsp, set new times points; 4th, VW-4, 15 1/2 points; f .
that shattered old records Car-
5th, VP-45 12 points; 6th, Hospital b
lisle set a new record of 2:16.3 cict
10 points 7th, ComFairJax -
In the 880 yard run,Cdr Nowers,
5 1/2 points 8th, FICUER
set his record In the Pole Vault ;
4 points; 9th,VP-16,11/2 points;
event at 11 feet, and Klomann
10th O&R 1 point and 11th was
broke his lastyear's record In the
High Jump with a jump of 6. feet. Admin with no points. the
presented to
The 100 yard dash finals wentto
Individual winners and the win-
Charles Sturdivant, VP-30,
Cdr. L.A.Menard,
ning teams by
with a time of 10:5. Jerome ,* a A ,
Flowers, VAP-62, ran second and .

Jimmy Wise, Marines,was third
Rudolph Muse, Marines, broke c

the tape in the 220 yard dash y ? .z

FIRST PLACE team in the Track and Field Meet was the team from

the Marine Barracks. They are: (L.R) 'front row-Jimmy Wise, R.L.

Muse. W. M. Hall, Jr., E.A. Jones back row-T.T. Turner, coach,
R.A. Hicks, GySgt. J.E. De Guenther, Manager, D.E. Wilson, David
K s
AIMs Weaver, Jr., and R. C. Caldwell, III.BEST.


Officer VAP-62, clears the bar AND THE BEACHES
in the Pole Vault s
event to seta
kr : new record of 11 'feet.

The Pole Vault event drew most

a of the spectators as Cdr.Nowers, BILL SMITH, VP-30, hurls the
?;* 4 proved the "youth has no pre- Shot Put 45 ft. 8 ins, to win
ference In sports" by settinga the event. FRITZ

new record of 11 feet, one foot PARMANRet.

MARVIN ST. JEAN crosses the better than last year's record. \ .
finish line (first in the gruelingmile Charles Sturdivant took the sec- CPO

run with a time of 5.27.7. ond position owner

The Broad Jump proved to be a
with a time of 23.9 with Dale battle for first place as Jack

McClain, VW-4'hot' on his heels Ragsdale, ComFairJax, and Fred TIRI
with a time of 24.0. Nat Payton Klomann, Hosp., battled it out to Harold Parman
VAP-62, was third.In the finish, which found Ragsdalein Fritz ersnus. Jr. Roosevelt
Lou Normandt
the 440 yard dash, Jimmy the front spot with a jump of Webber

Wise, Marines, took the event 19.3 and Klomann second with a
with a time of 54.5 and PaulRan- jump of 19.2. h SPEED EQUIPMENT

kin VW-4, came in second and The High Jump saw the old record -
Ted Turner, Marines, was third.In of 5 ft. 7 ins. broken by the ;::, COMPLETE LINE OF MAO WflEEli

the 880 yard run DaveCar- top three men. Fred Klomann .l, ill: RAGING SLICKS. CHROME PIPES
lisle held that record win with '
a steady pace kept broke the to a {!do i
him In front of the pack and set jump of 6 ft. Charles Sturdivant L1 TACHOMETERS & FLOOf! SHIFTS

his new record with Harold jumped 5 ft. 10 Ins. and Ron Turner -

Brown, VP-30, second and Jim VP-30, cleared the bar (for NO DOWN I POT :
McClain, VAP-62, third. third place at 5 ft. 8 Ins.

The mile run, which proved to The Shot Put event was won by WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN
be the most grueling event of the Lu Bill Smith, VP-30, with a

day, saw Marvin St. Jean, VP-45, throw of( 45 ft. 8 Ins. Ron Walker, WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES
take the lead at the start and holdit VW-4, was second and Chester
throughout the run to score a Craig, Hosp., was third.
first place. Jim McClain V AP62 The last event of the day was DAVE CALISLE, VP-45, crosses WHEEL BRAKEADJUSTMENT
the finish line to set his
who was in the last positionat the Sprint Medley Relay. This
record in the 880
the beginning, held his pace and event was won by the Marine team yard run BALANCE ALIGNMENT !
with a time of 2:61.:
moved up to cross the line for which consisted of Rudy Muse,
second position. Bill Hall Ted Turner and Jimmy BLACK RECAPS 67015 81K

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jump with a jump of 6 feet.

."_ ..4.MAY .

MAY 27. 1965
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14TWinThe"5OO"Mi111ons r ;7Fk +r. } O&R CornFdirJcuc

rR Place In
Tie 1st
of acrossthecountrywlllwitness this year's Indianapolis -
500-Mile Race thanks to MCA TVs Closed-Circuit Telecast of
the 49th Annual Classic to be seen May 31st in Jacksonville at the IM SoftballThe
Florida Theater.
When the winner flashes across function at peak efficiency, with
the finish line at the race this men applying skills honed to per- NAS Jax Intramural Soft-
Memorial Day, millions of race fection from long experience.: ball leagues saw only two games
fans will acclaim him a hero. .. If one word had to describethe called In the fifth Inning under
and in a very real sense he will action, it would be"smooth- the 12-run rule. Games were
ness" on the track and in the called off for Wed. May 18,
be.More spectators witness this pits.The ... ."';.-.-- ,, ', '. .for the IM Track and Field Meet.
than any other sporting event in best drivers rarely give -a. .. ComFalrJax tied the first place
the world and will see him carry the Illusion of daredevil speed.In ** .' .# .- position with C&R by walking
home the biggest purse In auto fact, along the straightaways, PARNELLI JONES concentrates on the race in the pits of the Indy. away with a 11-1 victory over
racing, around $140,000 for his where speeds hover near 200 500" as his car is beTbg checked before hand. NARTU. Ray Meadows was the
day's work. And he will have mph, they relax, flexing<:ramped The Indy 500 has been won Only 11 seconds separated first winning pitcher with the help
done It by averaging a speed that muscles, checking their cars. All and l lost In the pits. Crews and second place cars In 1962, of F.D. Anderson, who hit a
could 150 mph. agree that as long as the race is home run and triple. Gilden, was
nudge must couple speed with tic coordination while a scant 8 seconds meant
How is it done? There are going smoothly there is no sensation 'of a ballet corps In victory In 1961. the loosing pitcher for NARTU.
dozens of elements that enter of the blinding speed seen by action, adding fuel, Inspectingtires This year new rules requireat A.J. Lawrence slugged a homer
into winning, all of which must the spectators.If and changing those worn, least two pit stops during the in the second inning to lead
mesh with clockwork precision. is essential that the winning giving the driver a drink, clean- race, and the pressure refuel Communications to a 9-1 victoryover
Driver, pit crew and car mustFAST driver apply total concentrationto Ing goggles and windshield in a systems have been prohibitedas the Marines. R.L. Anderson
the job at hand. He must matter of 20 seconds or less. a safety measure. In effect, was the winning pitcher. W.A.
keep his engine turning withina With cars evenly matched, seconds it means that pit action will be Smith hit a homer to score the
few hundred revs per minuteof lost in a sloppy pltstop arc more Important than ever. Marines only run.
its maximum; not too fast orhe'll extremely difficult for the driver There Is yet another vital keyto FICEUR rolled by Dispensarywith
It and not too
destroy to make up. In 1964 for example, winning -- the men behind a score of 10-2. Bobby
slow he'Ulose power. He Warner was the winning pitcher
two-time Indy winner Rodger the scenes who supply essential
must watch traffic and check pit Ward was forced by a malfunctioning technical know-how about tires, and S. Jenkins was the loosing
TVRENTALS' signals. In the turns he'll seek fuel system to stop brakes, fuels, engines, shock absorbers pitcher.Jenkins also hit ahomerun -
the same line each time, the five times for fuel. His pit crew wheels, and the host of In the fourth with one man
fastest way through, without wild, was so efficient that he still other parts _that go Into racing.WINSATSEBRING. on to score Dispensary's only
slides or spectacular grand managed a second place, but If rooa two runs. FICEUR also took
stand tactics that actually causea the three extra pit stops had been charge of their game with the
car to go more slowly;-- all eliminated, the tlmegalnedwould Marines, May 19, and won itwith
the while covering 2,1/2.n\l1es have given him an excellent a 12-2 score. R. L. Nelson of
v PER AU NIW every 60 seconds. chance of winning. the Marines hit their only home-
DAY rotTAiits run In the fifth.
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The NAS Cecil's Varsity The Raiders will resume action

this Friday night against Maypon Weapons VA.44 Jax Varsity-

GolfCorner" at Mayport. ,
Jax Wins And LosesIn Schedules Two

In First PlaceAt

First GamesCecil Gymkhana For SaturdayThe
Cecil Field
Don Medera won the 1965
varsity softball
Cup this past Saturday.His .
Spring net 138 was good for a two team opened play In the Florida- Presented Team W L Jax Navy Varsity Softball
Georgia Inter-service By
stroke win over runnerup Ed League team will host Glynco Friday
last 8 1
Friday night by
finished splitting a
Fenton. Bill Mahoney night 7 p.m. In a double headerat
twin-bill with Naval Station AMD 6 3
third at 141 and Clpolat Hoydlc. Enterprise Field.! This will bea
Mayport winning the first game, Corvair ClubThe Supply 4 3
Watkins and WhItmore tied for Fla. Ga. Interservlce Con-
% 8-0. and dropping the second, Admin 4 4
at 142. ference
fourth place 12-11 In nine Innings. P.W. 4 4 game.
The Jax Navy Golf Team On Saturday night 7p.m.,the
Corvair Club of Jackson-
In the opener, the Raiders,behind Marines 4 6
squeaked out a narrow 13 1/2 the four-hit pitching of Don ville will be sponsoring bonanza' G.E.M.D. 0 8 Varsity team will again host

to 12 1/2 win over Jacksonville Bowers, rapped out a total of weekend of sports car activity Glynco In a double header. This
last Friday at the Fleet will not be Interservlce Conference -
University nine hits and 8 runs. beginning Sat. May 29.There will'
Beauclerc Golf Course. Mike. Cecil Field started their scor- be a "Spring Spree Dance" at die VA-44 9 0 games.

Hollack, Dave Clark, Dave ing effort in the third Inning[ on Glynlea Civic Center beginning at VA-11 5 2 The Varsity team played two

Middleton Bill Boswell, Al Ron Shears home run.They combined 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. The chargeIs VF-174 6 ,3 games Saturday. Don Stewart
Miller, and Gus Holz represented three hits and a sacrificeIn $1.50 per person and everyone VA-45 5 5 O&R pitched against the Faith
Jax Navy. Is Invited. Itwillbesemiformal.Doorprizes Memorial Baptist Church and won
the fourth for three runs,add- VFP-62 4 4
Pro Joe MacDonald and: Helen ed two more In die fifth,am three will be presented. VU-4 2 6 the game 5-3, giving up seven
Sologovitch scored a par 72 In more In the sixth on third base- They consist of two tickets to die VA-12 0 5 hits, striking out eight and walkIng -

the All Station Two Ball this man Howie lIog an's home run. Indy "500" on Closed Circuit VF-14 0 6 three. The telling turning
past Sunday. Earl Person, Bob Shoaf and Dzlerzak paced die T.V., two lubrications, one oil point of the game came Into view
Cherico, Frank Scruby, and Raiders attack with change and four prizes for the when Chuck Austin FICEUR
hitting two
Federspiel collaborated for a five ladles. NAS Jax IM homered In the sixth with one man
under team effort for a one struckout runs respectively.six, walked one, and Sunday, May 30, there will bea on. This put Jax Navy ahead to
shot win In.the weekly Blitz; gave up four hits in going the "Bonanza Gymkhana" held at Swim stay.The
Frank Scruby blrded the first for the the Phillips Highway Plaza. Re- second game of the day
route opening victory.In
three holes and finished up witha the second gistration began at 9 A.M. and Intramural SwimmingMeet also went to Sax Navy by a score
two over round of 74. game It was an practice begans at 10 A.M. Time has been scheduled for August of 6-0 when the game was called -

All golfers are again urgedto entirely Raiders committed dlffernt story, as the runs began at 1 P.M. Trophieswill 8 at 7 p.m. at the Indoor In the fifth Inning. Ray Mea

repair ball marks on the'greens eight errors, be presented for first second Pool, Bldg. 614. dows, ComFalrJax, shut out die
four pitchers gave up 14 hits, Is another in the Jacksonville Water Works
and to replace their divots : and third In class. There This event team
as this continues to bea walked seven, and was chargedwith will be seven classes. To the Iron Man Sports Program. It Is with one hit, striking out seven

big problem. ten wild pitches. fastest time of die day, a trop- open to Individuals as well as and walking two.
Lane started on the mound for
One of the most misunderstood hy and two tickets to the Indy teams (units).
Cecil Field and worked and
two .
rules Is the one coveringan 500." The Athletic Director request NAS Jax IM
two-third five
innings, allowing
that all entries and rosters be
The Club Corvette
unplayable lie. Section 2 of Mustang ,
and six hits. "Red" Mease
runs Club and the Car Club turned In by June 2 at the officeIn
Rule 29 covers this situation Sports Golf Playoffs
came on In the third, worked
and all golfers are urged to read die fourth and fifth Innings and of Jacksonville will be presented. Bldg. 3-
this rule as It Is quite apparent Everyone Is invited to attend -
gave way to Fred Kight with[ one Softball TodayThe
and In the
that many golfers have takena out In the sixth.Mayport got diree participate Gym-
two stroke penalty where the runs and tw 0 hits off Mease.Kight kjana. The entry price Is $3 and StandingsCecil
rules call for only one. finished out die sixth and seventh there Is no price for just being NAS Jax Intramural Golf

giving up three runs and two on hand and watching. Field- Departments desiring Championship playoffs will start
hits. to enter a team In the Wednesday with the finals to be

Iron ManStandings Trailing by five runs in the second half of die Intra-mural played Thursday, at 12 p.m.
Softball League are asked to Trophies and awards will .be
bottom of the seventh, the Raid- BhJ-Et PROOF
back contact the Athletic Director at presented to die winners and runnetups. -.
ers came roaring as dieysent
Deadline for -
extension 498. entries .
ten men to the plate and
The In the
top standings will be June 7. Second
NAS Jax Iron Man Sports Program tied the score at eleven all on I half play will begin on JuncK
follows four hits and three walks. / I
are as : /
Bob hunter came In to pitch

Command Points theelghtfiand held Mayport score-

VP-30 1150 less until the ninth. With two out ..

Hospital 1100 and a Mayport runner on third -CD

VAP-62 675 base, via a single and two wild- I ..cIo

Marines 600 pitches, the Raider shortstop .
FICEUR 575 errored on a ground ball and 01CAN'T en
the Hawks took a 12 to 11 lead. I ;
In the bottom half of the ninth

Final GolfStandings the Raiders lead-off man. Dick

Meachum singled and went to second ::I .c

on an error, but the next f LA..e.a .
three btters flied out to end .c' .a.a

The leagues *final standings In the game. I
Intramural Golf atNASJax areas McDowell and Smith paced the a I

follows: Raiders hitting attack in the FIND THE &GGE, 0
second with three hits iD.
American Won Lost game 011 WE'VE LOOKED y
In five the
apiece trips to plate.
FAW-ll "A" 0
9 Hunter was the losing pitcher

FltWeaFac 5 3 and Grant picked up the win for LOco -
Mayport. cn\ ca
National :
.... ..cI
679th 6 3

VP-30 "B" 4 6 PAT'S ;
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Cecil Field
Qualifications For

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I' VA-44 5 0 Becoming A PitcherHere
Med/Dent. 4 1/2 1/2
i AMD 4 1 are same desirable and undesirable qualities that a major
j. Weapons ###2 4 1 league pitcher should and should not have besides being able to throw
NAMTG 4 1 the ball well These are not sure fire solutions for becoming a great
i Weapons ###1 3 2VA45 pitcher but If one.hurler had all these qualities he would be the most
colorful pitcher in baseball
: 2 1/2 21/2
.' Ffghtin' Photo 1 3FaetuOft :
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GophersVFP-62)( ) 1 4 Moisten his pitching hand without being detected by umpires, the : S.:
Marines 0 5 opposition, or hidden TV cameras. .
Operations 0 5 Go to the showers in the third inning without explaining why he
(Supply dropped from league) made this move.
Bat clean-up when ever he feels he needs hitting support.
Men's Golf Relieve himself anytime he wants to.
Pitch 12 Innings of no-hit ball and win. 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
Make up the pitching rotation schedule.
Association Take spring training in Miami with no curfew hours.
Explain why he couldn't] win 20 games this season as he did last
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