Jax air news

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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 17, 1966


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Vice CNO Arrives Today I:

r-' Ivft\ I -__: For Tour of Jax AreaVice 1

Ode of Naval Operations Jax Headquarters for briefingswith the exception of VAdm.Semmes f
Admiral Horacio Rivero arrived several staff officers,after will have the remainder of the day 4
today at NAS Jax for a ,two which they will board a heli- t
-r- day visit to'the naval air station copter for a tour of the area. free. VAdm Semmes will fly !
S ,t .,M NSA 1k and the naval station at Mayport. At this time they will visit the to NAS Sanford where he will a
I Accompanying the admiralon Mayport Naval Station for a tour .J
9 the of the base. depart for a visit Winter Park. ;-
1 visit is Mrs. Rivero;
: VAdm. B. J. Semmes. Chief of Fla and Orlando Air Force.
7 ___ -L.L.GOOD L.I the Bureau of Naval Personnel; While at Mayport the ad.. Base. ;
Capt. W. E. Donnelley and Maj.D. miral's party will also meet with
R. Christensen, USMC, who Cdr. Russell C. Rice who is the On Friday, Admiral Rivero ,
both serve as aides to Adm. Industrial Manager and Super- and his party will depart NAS Jax
Rivero. visor of ShlpbuildingfortheJack- for the Naval Air Station at ,
Upon arrival at NAS Jax,. sonville area. Glynco Ga. From Glynco they
TURN DAY. .RAdm. H. H. Caldwell/ Commander Admiral Rivero and his party Upon returning to NAS Jax
Fleet/ Air Jax, who served as Chairman for Good Turn Day, were met by Commander Fleet Adm. Rivero and his party with are scheduled to fly to Orlando
compliments two young Cub Scouts on their contribution. Luke Air Sax RAdm. H. H. Caldwelland AFB where they will meet VAdm.
Semmes and return to NAS Jax. i
Saddler, (left, behind the admiral/ ), President of the North Mrs. Caldwell. ,I iI
Florida Council of Boy Scouts, and County Commissioner Lem The schedule of today's events COMMISSARY STORE There are no events scheduled i:
Merritt/ look on. The'drive/ Is held annually In cooperation with includes visits to several well tenant The Commissary Store at NAS for Saturday morning and the {!
commands at NAS Jax as as
mid afternoon
hours. The
Goodwill Industries and this year over 19,500 bags were col the Mayport base. Admiral Jax will be closed Tuesday Feb. admiral and his slated I
lected. Local, business firms and naval Installations/ provided Rivero and his part will visit 22, in observance of GeorgeWashington's party are ji i j
various services for the drive. the headquarters of the Fleet to depart for Washington some- I
birthday. The
Intelligence Center U. S. Naval regular time in the afternoon.Littleton. :
closing day on Monday will
Forces Europe and Fleet Air
Jax O&R Department Wing Eleven during the morning also be observed. Patrons are IsSsry1cerna'n 1
hours. requested to do their shopping .
Alter lunch the admiral., is early. t
scheduled to,arrive_ .at.ComFair--. _ c '

: To Test Repair' ,A4'sThe I w '' :''' "> / i : "* '.

For,. Januaryjames

Overhaul and Repair The O&R Department is
Department at NAS Sax has been presently handling the repair A. Littleton AUH1 of J,
designated as the Navy wide work on the 'A 5 and RA5C ,. the Security Department has
facility for the testing and repairof Vigilante which are based at San- 1w been named as the NAS Sax :
the A4 Skyhawk. Work on ford. The department has also "Serviceman of the Month' for I
this type aircraft commenced been designated as the overhaul t January.Cdr. .
Monday February 14. point for the A7 Corsair H. : : : S L. A. Menard Executive \
Officer presented Littleton his
The new role of the Jacksonville The A4 Skyhawk is a fixed certificate and check for $50
O&R Department was wing light attack aircraft used in ceremonies held Friday
brought about to achieve better extensively in Viet Nam opera- Feb. 11. Cdr.'Menard made the
operational support for attack tions. The plane has been in presentation on behalf of CaptJ. .
Ii. aircraft'squadrons'based' based in production since 1956 with new R. Mackroth, Commanding
I. the Florida area. Many of these versions being put into operation fleer.
Littleton who enlisted in
squadrons are presently based at
w Cecil Field and Sanford with more from time to time. The 'continuous the Navy in 1957 reported to
expected to report to Cecil Field production of this air- NAS Jax in June 1965. He. is
t in the near future.. craft has made it one of the Navy's assigned to the Crash & Fire .
Division where he serves as the
,!. The ground work for this project most widely used planes with a Assistant Crash Chief. Littleton
realignment has already been new version expected to be on the is in charge of the Field Emery
laid with the appointment of a production line in the near future.' MERCY MISSION. .Chief Wallace Wilkinson (left) and G. A. gency Arresting Gear and also f
25 man Aircraft Pilot Rework : Guann, an O&R mechanic, assisted In the rescue of a Dins- supervises driver operators t
Board. When the program went O&R personnel welcome this more couple from their-burning/ home and rushed them to an awaiting training them to reduce vehicle
into effect Monday, these men. new challenge to demonstratetheir ambulance. accidents and operating costs. ;
formed the bacW>one for the "Can Do" attitude In sup- In addition to this most recent "
phasing in of the Skyhawk. port of our, operating forces. award. Littleton's service record #
Helicopter Pilot Rescues also contains a Letter of
f Commendation from the commanding .;
offlcer.and a Life Saving -

/. Dinsmore Couple From FireWallace National Merit Red Award Cross for from saving the ;,

, the life of,one of his fellow firefighters :
whose clothes caught
A. Wilkinson ADRC firemen reviving Mrs. Fulford. fire during a training exercise.
! A/P, and C. A. Gnaim. an 0 & R After notifying the tower that Prior to duty at NAS
r mechanic turned a routine helicopter he was taking the two on board he Littleton had served on continuous -
'test flight into a mercy immediately flew to a fairwayat sea duty since his enlist j
rI' mission Friday Feb. 11, when the NAS golf course where an ment. His first tour of duty i
they rescued two fire victims ambulance was waiting to take the was on the USS Forrestal from
I from a burning house and rushed pair to the Naval Hospital for which he reported to the USS
them to the hospital.The treatment. Valley Forge. He returned to the
II victims Mr. and Mrs. Fulford suffered from second Forrestal in January 1962 until
.a I'1 v I "Ib. Christopher C. Fulford were and third degree burns on his July of that year when he was
rescued from their burning home legs and feet and Mrs. Fulfordwas assigned to the USS Intrepid.
;. 'at 7410 Sycamore St., Dinsmore treated for shock and smoke From the Intrepid he came to
;: and rushed to a waiting ambu- inhalation. They were both released his present duty station.
lance at NAS Jax. from the hospital. Littleton was born in McKees-
t Wilkinson said he was on a Fulford told firemen he was port, Pa., but now makes his
'. from the 0 & R Department his kitchen home
test flight repainting when he in Jacksonville with his
and was about 13 miles heard an explosion. wife Diana and their four child:
northwest of the air station when Fireman determined that the
CAPT. THOMAS WASHINGTON O&R Officer, and Cdr. L. A. he and Guann spotted the black fire was started''fjen paint fumes ren.As an additional honor for his
Menard, Executive Officer HAS Jax, Inspect the Navy's A4- smoke pouring from the house. were ignited. b; a gas stove accomplishment Littleton and
Skyhawk./ The Overhaul and Repair Dept. has been designated Wilkinson r who has been pilot light. his family will be the guests of
trained in search and rescue, The house and contents were the usa for a trip to St.Augasttae,
fia as the new testing and repair center for attack aircraft. flew over to investigate and saw destroyed. Fla.

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February T7, 1966

EDITORIAL Chaplains Message
[) I II If') e Se r V i ( e ,

George Washington ,born Feb. 22, 1732, left many gifts to the \
nation he helped found. His words and writings are those of both DON'T KID/ YOURSELF .. .

the soldier and statesman.As ROMAN CATHOLICSt. ,By Chaplain Roland' W J FouJ/c/ '" .
with great men,many truths In Washington's words have outlined "
him. Edward's Chapel Self deception is a booby' trap> for'many,people.. To deceive
In his first annual address to both houses of Congress Jan. 8, and oneself Is to be convinced that something is true'when it is not. Sclf-
1790 the First State of the Union Message President Washingtonmade deception is an illusion, like a mirage in the desert. '
a statement, the importance of which has become more signi- NovaHospital/ We tend to deceive ourselves in many ways One method is
ficant through the years. He told laders of the young American SUNDAY MASSES by what Daniel J. Boorstin calls our "extravagant expectations."
nation, "To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual 0630St. Our "rags to riches culture has encouraged In-all of us the
means of preserving peace." Hospital. Edward's-. : belief that any man can be President, any poor boy carl be a million-
0900 & 1100 aire and there are millions of girls in America, who don't stand a
Chapel ghost of a chance of being a movie star .. '. But they
DAILY MASSES kid themselves by the self deception of their extravagant.

St. Edward's:. expectations."
"extravagant expectations we take the Impossible for
1130 In
Monday thru Friday our
Saturday 0900 granted. When we open the morning paper we demand news that
Naval Hospital: we did not hear on the late evening broadcast and'on our'way
to hear news that happened since the morning.
Friday - ----1205 to work we expect
newspaper went to press.
CONFESSIONSSt. On returning home from work, we expect our house to shelterus
Edward's : to keep us warm in the winter and cool in summer, to relaxus

Saturday .- .. -: 1900 2000 and to dignify us; to encompass us with soft music and amusing
Sunday -0815 0845; hobbies; to be a playroom. theatre. a restaurant. a,bar -- and
.1015 1045 a quiet refuge. ?
Hospital: Sundayr0615: :We expect everybody to feel:free to disagree or agree, as they
choose but we expect/everybody: to be loyal tothe.same thingswe
;CATECHISM CLASSES are'ldyal'to and in the 'samedegree: and'not ups t us with their
Americans didn't learn Washington's lesson easily. More than Chapel Annex Building 722: different opinions; ; Me expect :-everybody 'to believe in and live
once in our history we have been drawn into a conflict unpreparedor "Saturday's 1000 by the Constitution but nobody) to take the Fifth Amendment,
only partially so. "We expect 'ev rbody to believe deeply in religion and.,yet not
In today's world, far removed by time and technology from DIVINE SERVICES. think less of.those"who believe in nothing. .
Washington's struggles, his warning words still ring out. They PROTESTANTAll We expect Uncle Sam to provide us with more pay, more fringe
area blueprint of our hope for peace. benefits and a welfare .state while at the same time reducing taxes
Saints Chapel
President Johnson voiced:!them differently when he,said: "We will to"the vanishing point.

give'our fighting men what they must have, every gun every dollar SUNDAYS . 'We expect our' nation :to: be; strong And great, prepared to meet
and every decision -- whatever the cost and whatever the challenge." : .
,0800llolyCoinminJon: a 'variety,of challenges from Within and without, and'simultaneously
This'sta ent, too, was made to preserve the peace'to stop (0930) & 1100 --- iy Worship we expect the national purpose to be so simple and so clear that,
aggression and human .
restore rights. .
'child understand what we 'are against.We .
Sometimes,as in the case of Vietnam, we must fight the smaller SUNDAY SCHOOL : any can up
Americans have come: to expect anything and everything and
battle to maintain and insure the of the future. This -
larger peace 0930 - "' Chapel Annex
the sure sign of our :self deception Is that so often we expect
a political and military tactic which soldier statesman Washington
Building 722
what is and
contradictory impossible. Weexpect
completely compactcars
would understand and support For, like those. in Vietnam today,
to be spacious and: luxury cars to be economical. We expectto
Washington's struggle was not only for the hour, but also for the WEDNESDAY'S
future.( AFPS ) eat heartily and stay thin, to feel good without being good; to
1900 -Choir Rehearsal be educated without the discipline of study, ,to be affluent without
working and to be loved without being lovable and to have friends
Treasury ToAverageDate Bible Survey SECOND MONDAY of Each Month without being friendly.

0930 Chapel Women's Guild_ Don't kid yourself' I Or as Wiseman once said: "Be not deceived!
Course Offered (Small Chapel) God is not mocked for whatsoever man soweth, that.shall he

$25 Bond U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL also. reap."
Sunday's - 1000
A course of study designedto .. .
The Treasury Department has survey the entire Bible and "' . ; : .

above the, $25 denomination provide background 1 for. .. ., .
.more j .
; : CECIL FIELD i .' .
bought by .Federal" .Agency* and detailed Bible* study will con- : :'j' t .1 .: .f >"t of. r '

military payroll savers will now: vene tonight, February. 17,. at. PROTESTANT AVAILABLE TO NAVY MEN"
be"average '-'dated.fa.other, 7 p.m. In' ,the' Chapel Annex .Today '4t"' f tJH: yJJD'M) ail.,,):fttt" r. By James Angela 'BMC; : '
words $50 and higher'denomination Building 722. The classes,sponsored -. Choir Practice at 7 p. m. ,
Bonds' will .Jxs dated as by AU Saints ,Protestant' Sunday- : : .Many times in your Navy career you faced with circumstances
of the" first of' the:: month In Chapel, will meet each Thurs- Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. that will require the advice 'or assistance of experts.
which half of the purchase price day from 7 to 8 ,p.m and are Chapel; Service .at. 10:30 a.m.' .When you run. into personal trouble the .Navy considers it good
accumulated, regardless of open to, all military personnel ComW lon on the first Sundayof business to offer you a helping hand, when regulations permit.
the'total number of payroll deductions their' dependants and civilians. the month. Listed below are some of the services and assistance-available

required to buy the Bond. How we got our Bible, the divisions 'to you. '
: and authorship of the bib CATHOLIC :' NAVY CHAPLAIN ,
This change comes at a most lical books, the history and geography Dally- Navy chaplains are clergymen in uniform and, -are' concerned
appropriate time -- Just whenit of biblical times.and.the 11:201., m. Mass about t personal. problems .that the Naval personnel and their
centive:can serve to as an additional of life of Christ are among the subjects Sunday- dependents' might have. The: chaplains work to bring'comfort, .
put part our recent jo be surveyed In' the 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con. courage, and taith'lnto peoples'fives. '
: "
pay:; raise Into savings. fessions heard before each Mass., When '
course. troubles come up, $e chaplain,. in addition spiritual
The fact that two out of three JEWISH assistance, :will refer you to-- the specialists ,capable of helping
Federal 'employees are in the A collection of sixty-six books with the specific problem. He is concerned and'interested In you,
Ext. 311 for"nfonnati both .
non In times of trouble and when the
sailing Is' smooth. : : I '
Plan. Is evidence that the
cop- written by many hands over a per Jewish Services.
vience. of automatic Payroll Sav- iod of several hundred' years .
ings -- and the safety of the Bible has understandably NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY : .
United States Savings Bonds proved difficult for the ,casual 'Traffic ViolationsThe
have long been appreciated. Now, reader. The survey Is. Intended The Navy ,Relief Society i is a private organization'supported
with_the announcement of a liberalized to assist the student'by relating following is a report ot eptirely by private funds, which assists Navy men and thelr'families
"average dating" the 'various 'pans of the motor vehicle accidents and traffic In time of need:. Navy Relief is not an official part: of the Navy
policy, the Bond program and Bible ,to, the people; and .customs violations for the 'period of .but-Is( closely affiliated with It and operates in relieving distress<
Payroll Savins become even more of the times in which each February 8 February, 14. and in- meeting tieed of Natal personnel' and their dependents.
attractive. was written. Courae books and Number of Accidents While ,its. assistance i is not ,at. benefit. or right,Navy Relief is the
study materials are provided at This Week February through .N.ay s' own.'9 rganiz tlon for!-taking care of its own people. It
Most of us will want to takea no cost by the chapels-and.per- 14-------------5 Is mahoed largely'by.Naval .personnel and is supported' by. contri-.
; look at the advantages which sons interested are urged to be Total Accident this year through butions of those In the Naval, service. .
saving the Payroll Savings way present tonight for; the first les- February' 1966 - 36 These services., are only 'a Jew that:! are available.. Assistances'
will bring tows and our families. .son. ,Number of. ,Accident throughFeb. available are covered In full in the NavPers 15885- B Phamplet
1966 - 41 reprinted from All Hands pn! rights 'and1 b ef1is' -of-Navy men
Total number of days since and their dependents. If you:don't have'a'ropy' ,' see your Career
last injury in a motor vehicle ':lI1selor.. ., t : '

accident'V. .- to24. .
Number of Violatlhs NAVY'S LEGALASSfSTCEP'ROBL"EM: "-..* *:;:/'
This Week 32 .. ;; ..b .
JTAXL: AIR NEWS Speeding -- : '-. '': --I.:.-8 ...". .Jhe .Navy; -has; : established 1 billets for legal 'assistant 6fjicers,
Reckless Driving -- -?: -:-: : :3' -whoare: aaOffice
p lawyers
: ; Each is also a member of the bal
Going through Stop Sign- <* .-3-: "of
:a s\ate. te r1tor1 or District of'Columbia..They; are established
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaoer Other.Violations .. ** .*- 18 at. avaJ) District Headquarters, N avy-Yards-Naval Stations and
distributed each Thursday. at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty eight: driversap :.other Nat axacti41cswberelified; lawyers "aval1ab\e.,"'!" ;:
Jacksonville, florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a peared before theTtafficflax'ing -:: : """Alli'matfefs;' : : upon which you may consult your 1egal assistance
Board the"meeting .
at :
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR' 15. on. 'officer'are; treated confidentailly.! It, is A strict rule that such
NEWS must be forwarded to theS.rvicelnformotionOffice, the February cases included Disposition the following: confidential; matters- ;Cwlll :riot bd disclosed by personnel of the

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Two lost driving ,and, parking legal Iet..ails.officer Jn full to of anyoner theNavy's: :iexceptwith your specific p nn ssion.

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- privileges aboard station for found. in SecNav_ fast. 58.01 1. 1A/ legal assistance. prograrrf' may_ be
Telephone EV 9-771, Ext. 8162. various periods; One as''as- # :
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueries .slgned[ to complete an eight hour

concerning such should be directed to #' course in remedial driving at : .
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips HI" 'f1way, NATTC; Foiir received suspensions TlfROUGH
Jacksonville,. Florida, 32207, Telephone 359-4040 ; Nine were given warnings -
; Four dismissed Ope Buy ''Bonds' PAYROLLDEDUCTION
fined ( U. S. Commisipnerj) and .
I VOL. 23 NO. 47 February 17, 1966 Two referred to commahding'officers '

: for possible disciplinary .

action. .

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George P. Koch Com- Antisubmarine Squadron 741,
mander Carrier Division Six a- attached to NARTU acquired a Sharon Arnold, Librarian
board the USS Saratoga.was new Assistant Avionic Officer
sented the Navy's Legion of Me- from its enlisted members when HERCULES by Frank EXECUTIVE JOBS UNLIMITEDby YOUR INCOME TAX by J. K.
rit for his outstanding accom- Peter B. Brigham was appointed Gruber. Here is a modern Carl R. Boll. Written by one Lasser. 1966 edition. This
plishments as as the former WO1. Brigham a former espionage novel set againstthe of the most successful employment book is complete and revised to
Chief of Naval Air Reserve ATC, resides in Orlando. background of'countries witha advisors In the country reflect and explain new and
heritage in the past and the this bood will be valuableaid
Training.The a important changes in tax ;
presentation was awardedon ...***...**.*..****.******** search for a super secret for men retiring from law. There is one section(devoted

behalf of the Navy depart- Rates which are open for recruiting weapon.' Little Hercules is an the Navy and who are preparingfor to the special problems of making '
ment by VAdm Alexander S. within the Naval Air amazing nuclear grenade which a second career. Hints are to the special problems of
Heyward Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training Commandas after being fired from an ordi- given for writing resumes members of the Armed Forces.
Training.The "stationkeepers" are........ nary rifle becomes self pro- and how to obtain Inter-
and lands directly on views..
ceremonies the Sar- YN3 ------
on ETN3 TER3, RM3 PN1
of the six
et. one
atoga's hangar deck highlighted PN2 PN3 CS3 ADR3 ATR2 :
and it becomes the job NATIONAL
a three day series of admin- ATR3 ATN2 ATN3 AC2 AC3 of missing United States agent SAN JUAN FLORIDA BANK
istrative and personnel inspec- ABES ABH3 AMS3 ANE3.PR3, find It before it can behind Ave.
tions on the carrier. TD1 TD2, .TD3.AK1.AK2.AK3.DT3. the Iron.Cuna. get >...-. LAKE SHORE
SD3SN, SA, AN, AA. (Between 111I': r III --* -. }
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ther information contact the T. Rowland. Outof: his seagqing & Blanding) .
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NAS Jax is a familiar place NARTU lax Recruiting Depart- life Mr. Rowland has rememb- ; ,
four who ered stories'1d anedotes of clear,
.for are mem- "
ber ot NARTU's Selected Air A days and stormy, big boats and 'Ye.r Bflik for COMPLETE B .kli| Services"
Reserve. ment.BUY small sloops schooners and BANKING HOURS: ,
destroyers. Some are fast -
Besides attending weekend U.S. "
Monday-inursday '
drills each month, at NARTU paced adventures yarns like his
account of a powerboat race to Bank 9:00am2:00pm
Sax board they NAS.are all employed. a- SAYINGSBONDS Bermuda which nearly ended in Drive-In Tellers '9::00am-.4:3Opm t

Lenore T, Klmble SKI and disaster. Others deal with designing Friday .
Marie YN2 workat his own boats and the
W. Qine Dank 9:00am-2:00pm: ::
:sailing. Inquiet watersor
NAS Main Supply Department. 5:00pm-8:00pm:
Cathy P. Currier YN2 is employed exploring the Marine coast. Drive-In Tellers 9:00am-8:00pm: ,
at the Navv Exchanae
while Clemintine McDonald YN3,
holds a job in the O&R Depart-
These busy ladies are apply-
Tg: themselves in two areas:
One as civilian citizens pur- .
suing jobs in modern industrythe
other as Selected Air Reservists WAYSTO
drilling one weekend
every month' and attending an r
annual two week cruise.
Lenore is a member of Air
Wing Staff 74, Marie is active
with Patrol Squadron 741, Cathy WHEN YOU TRAVEL
attends training with Patrol :
Squadron 742, and Clemintine w
drills with Antisubmarine Squaa-
dron 741. 1. Drive dewi te Greet Ceve Spriiis. mtmmm mm mtmmmmmfmm mm i

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C. .W. PIttman Jr,, NARTU: '3. Drive eceienktHy fill cenferftfcly for yews::te" cenel! /. J J :
C. 0., inspected the Navy LeagueSea
Cadets during their annual P.S. NOBODY Mderseils CLAYTON REVELS!' USED CARS
inspector and change of cammand

Hangar ceremonies 113., Feb. 7 at NARTU { WEEKEND- SPECIALS!. .. m&a&HA& ...... r

Lcdr Norman McRae took command 63 PLYMOUTH FURY CONVERTIBLE. .57495'
of the Franklin D. j 65 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. .52795 "378" engine/ R&H, auto/trans.., fS, WSW, .:y. ?
Roosevelt Squadron.from Lt.R.S. <" Red with white top, black bucket seats, R&H :' wheel covers white with red.Interior. $I

ber Dickens.'of NARTU Lt. Dickens Jax's V VA-741 mere WSW, clean, wheel covers. }j 63 FIAT "ljOO" 4-DR.. . . $795 '

has led the cadets for the past 65 VW'' "SUNROOF". .' . .. . .$1495 } extra clean, low mileage. .
four years. I All the extras, like new. ', I' ". i-,; 62 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. . ',. ..$J 295
Lcdr. McRae of Jacksonvilleis 65 CHRYSLER "NEWPORT";.' .'.. ",'.*.. ,. ,.$3195 r Factory air, PS, PB, R&H, auto/trans., WSW. S
a and Navy veteran retired of employee World WarII of '4'' dr Sedan, R,. A/T, Fact Air WSW,. WC, all : wheel covers, clean as a pin. .

the Auditing a Office of Jackson- s;,. vinyl/ / Interior, 6 way power ,seats, .tinted'glass/ f 62 FORD GALAXY 4 DR. It .. .... ..57095
ville. ::::: white and beautiful. ', S White with red Interior,. V-8, R&H, extra clean

NARTU Jax hosts the Navy i 64 OLDS "98" CONVERTIBLE. : .. .52695 23,000 actual 1 miles. ,
League sponsored Sea Cadets f:- Gleaming white and, completely loaded.. :S: 62 BUICKNVCTA"/ / 9PASS. WAGON. .57895: :o
who meet weeklyaboardNASJax. :. Auto/trans. factory air PS, PS ,
Capt Fred B..Mohle retired cf:::: .64''VALIANT .. ,. . .. ,. .',/'.. ....$IQ95 :{; & windows,,/luggage rack,, power seats {

naval officer and Sea Cadet' committee $, R&H., WSW,. wheel_ covers. .. ; :; 61 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON '.'5795. '
chairman for the Navy ::, 64 CORVAIR COUPE. __ . .' .57095 r: R&H auto/trans. 8 cylinder PS. :r$
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NATTC : NATTC Sailor 7fVaAscUs' I IEach

Behind The Scene Teaches At "
week we see advertising our family's shopping
taking up some of the space In Joseph Williams, SN, Supply"I -
By Local School"How the "Jax Air News/After- feel that anyone advertising
burner." But since both papers is helping the
!Jell Fondingsland- SH. .. commercial enterprisepaid Navy not onlyby .
Bruce c. Ott PC2, of the week of Jan. 24th. The honor have gone
do you make firecrackers ( for by advertising)the bases
NATTC Post Office was one of students for the week are H.
?" a 10 year old girl have saved a lot of money, from finance the
the Viet Nam.Veterans honoredat Louis AA, and T. P. McGuigan,
the, Silver Anniversary AOAA, of AOA School and'R. P. asked. "What would happen if non appropriated funds paper but also ..
celebration at the JacksonvilleUSO Phillipp PFC, of AEA School. one of our spaceships went out about 50 thousand dollars a year by letting'.Jh .',
Saturday. Ott served aboard of orbit and the astronauts could- for the combined papers. sailors know
the USS Mount McKinley whenit . e n't find cur: planet because of This week our'reporter wentto what is going ,
made the first amphibious faulty communications?" an 11 NAS Cecil to find out whetherthe on as .far as WILLIAMs
landing at Da Nang in early 1965. Chief Flores coming and going I year old boy Inquired. paper's readers read the buys and,entertainment,
Ott was one of approximately This oddity was discovered when advertising, whether it adds to "I read the ads myself and
180 Viet Nam veterans servingin J.M. FJoresSKC, ,of NATTC1st Those were the many the betterment of the paper, and try to shop with the advertisers.
the Jacksonville area. Lt., ordered to the USS Val- questions that six graders at whether the advertising helps the I watch the entertainment section
cour AVP 55 28th adds for what's going onln town."
on February Ventla Village Elementary School readers In their buying.
learned he was to be relieved byF. asked a Naval Air Technical Cdr. J. R.Foster commanding Mr. Ira Mackie,Navy Exchange
Congratulations to Class 546 J. Flores SKC. F. J. Floresis Center "Teacher for officer VF 13 "Adverttslna manager -"Advertising seems; to
Training aDay"
I of AOA School and Class 539 due to report in April from the doesn't dis- both contributeand
{ of AEA School which have been recently.
USS Cavalier APA 37. tract from the distract
selected honor classes for the from the
Darrel D. Schlega, AE 1 an paper becauseit paperat
instructor in NATTC's Aviation helps pay for the, same
Electrician's Mate Class "A" the product. I time.' By carrying '

School, had been invited to teach do think that advert- ..
and answer questions for an houron someone withJudgement ising,, some of,
basic electricity at the school. Identy of the
Instead, he and the inquistive six- must have the FOSTER base Is lost
graders roamed the scientific authority to supervise the that was preMACKIE:
spectrum and' went from atomsto products which are advertisedand yiously there when the paper was
contents of the advert Is- paid for out of Navy funds.

Q fuel ments.I "Through advertising, though,
cells. The
invitationcame read the ads but they don't the paper has been expandedand
through his sister in- effect my shopping. When I therefore it 'has become a
law who teaches
at the school. shop I have something specificin larger'news media. It is still
Schlegel subtley described his mind to buy. But the ads one of the best means of gettingthe
1966 SIMCA first school
elementary teaching may very.well !influence my wife, news,to the men.I .
formative.experience. as enjoyable and in- she's the shopper In the family." seldom read advertising unless -
{ DELUXE MODELS Mrs. R. Young "I think the I am in the market to buy
# -YEAR or 50,000 MILES WARRANTY advertising contributes to the something that I am specifically
# HEATER and DEFROSTER "However, before I accept another paper more looking for, then I watch the
assignment like that I am '
than just foot- ads for a good buy..
52 HP ENGINE/ going to do somelntensive'studylng Ing the pub- Many of the station peopleare
VINYL/ TRIM INTERIOR Schlegel said. "Those child- lishing costs. in a transit status and I
INDEPENDENT'SUSPENSION ren asked questions that ranged People who think that their buying habitsare
VENT WINDOWS from firecrackers to atom come here for influenced. by the advertis
bombs, and from submarines to duty aren't
$ '5 .
space ships. I am not so sure familiar with
$14900 4V Gerald Blake, AZ3, VFP 62-
MONTH that they didn't know as muchas the area .
I do
"I read the advertisments.
I did about some of those
OUT OF TOWN, IUYERS CALL COLLECT things," he added with a sml1f'\. paper Through they, the become advertising acquainted In withthe the most shopping of my off ...

various firms and entertainment ,
Schlegel, who has been assigned the base along
offered In area.
I rf\ POWELL PLYMOUTH ,to.NATTC ..for,. three yearsIs We don't.liye close to a shopping !NormandyBlvcIf
I see something
a native of LaCrosse, Kansas.He ''center'ourselves.,' Through the
SIMCA DIVISION and his wife have four'children advertising In the paper we learn Iwantadvertised in the.-
and reside at 6008 Verdes
when there are special sales
2934 PHILIPS HIWAY 3590519Start Road .Jacksonville. paper and it'sa
I'd that
going on. say it helps better price

I buy, but my BLAKE
mind, Is usually set before I I

I "I try to keep a closer eye
on the entertainment ad to keepup
BUY .with the current events in
town." : { I

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I : BWHBHHBBHBBBJacksonville Area Civil Service News

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NJCGA To 133,449 Suggestions Set '

N 1n Hold GolfTourney Record In Fiscal Year '65

7A I President Johnson has announced year resulting In Government
'" record high results in the savings of more than $95 mil
The NAS Jacksonville Civilian Federal Incentive Awards Pro-
Golf Association has arrainged a gram for fiscal year 1965 that lion.This was the largest numberof
George Washington Birthday Included the most suggestions a- suggestions ever adopted ina
Tournament to be played Feb. dopted, top dollar savings, and single year and the greatest r A
22 at the Pine Tree Golf Club. greatest awards to employees.The dollar savings as well. '
Starting time between 8A.M.AND President said that 133, Awards to, employees for
Starting time between 8A.M. and 449 Federal employee sugges- adopted suggestions also set a
12 noon may be arraigned bycon- tions were adopted during the record3.9 million.
tacting any member of the Tour-

land nament, Jack Committee Plew, or, Bill Dick Norris.Cleve- CHURCH OF CHIIST.lj .C// !i
An entry fee of .$1.00 will be 5223 Wesconett Dlvd. ulltC ta za ;
charged and will be used to pro- Near NAS r
vide prizes for the winners.Pri- Just Off Timuauana Rd.FLORIST :
zes will be awarded to the nearest COMPLETE
to hole on number six, long :
est drive from number ten (must 10:00: .\.M. Bible Study FUral Swvku I
be on fairway), longest putt on 11:00: A.M. Worship ORCHID CORSAGE? 1
number eighteen, lowest score 6:00: P.M. Evening Service 1
..r s; utilizing the Callaway handicap WEDNESDAYS: WtGrewOirOwi! t
system, foremost duffer (form liy Dlrect'lli Sivr
and style), player losing the most 7:30: P.M. Mid-Week Service \
RECOGNITION FOR 10 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS FEDERAL golf balls. Church Phone SP 1-5075 4237'llnAu' Blvd.Phoii t.
SERVICE. .. .Hazel Belhoffer/ who has headed NATTCs AO Minister Phone SP 1-2646 771-3535
School Data Processing section for two years, received a letter / AU golfers are invited. Make
of commendation from Captain Thomas B. Ellison for 10 your own foursome regardlessof -
years of Federal Service, Friday. The I letter was presented by whether or not they are mem-
Superintendent of AO School Commander W////am/// J. Bobek. bers Civilian of Association.the NAS Jacksonville Sign your NOW OPENI!

score card, have it attested and
Civilian Employee Praised Tournament present it to Committee any member after of you the COMPLETE LINE OF HOME'''

have completed 18 holes of play. Furnishings- Kclvlnator Appliance
The Association Intends to con-
For 10 YrsG ServiceA ments tinue arrangements for all of you for swingers.tourna- FINANCING'FOR MILITARY FREE'DELIVERY!

Naval Air Technical Center dnanceman School was presented -
Civil Service Employee laud- the letter Superintendant Once a good meal could be FLORIDA Furniture. MART
; ed in a letter'Friday by Captain of AO School, Commander William -, bought for what we leave as
{.' Thomas B. Ellison for her completion J. Bobek. Durin g the tips. Nashville Tennesseean. 6263'ROOSEVELT BLVD;.,BY ST.,JOHN'.MOBILE HOMES
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:; as a supervisor of the'data processing her for her loyalty and great ". '.
" section in Aviation Or- contribution to AO School.

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I NATTC Officer Recalls Iwo Jima Air Strikes ,"- I

By Angus Thompson/ J03

number of sunrise. We reached the beachesat
"We camelnverylowbomblng, School, will observe the historic "We met a large but they sunrise and straffed, dropped
straffing and laying smoke occasion with his wife,the former r enemy Interceptors, napalm and fired rockets into the
screens. Of course we encountered Bettye J. Ward of Jacksonville.Iwo s were unable to musteroppositionto network of trenches that
some anti aircraft fire, Jima was needed by America us. We shot down 15 planes the
anese along We
but most of it had been knockedout not only to provide airfieldsfor probably destroyed three, dam- until'the "
be the maged two, and lost one of our continued this Marines
to pre Invasion fighter escorts for the army'sB {
bomdardment by the battleshipsand 29's, but with It reconnaissance planes. It was very cold, and started 'landing at 9 a.m."The' '
cruisers that had cane up : planes could extend 'their Ii because of an almost solid over first wave of Marineswas
Intermittent rain and snow, almost knocked back out to
close several days before. sector to cover the southern cast,
At first glance It would be coast of Japan. our activity was confined to the sea by the monor -type weapons
easy to mistake the naval aviator's With Iwo, Japense patrol ves- Tokyo area, surrounding air- the Japanese had"up in the caves
description of this sorti as sels in the area serving as picket ., fields and the coast," Cdr. Tut- of Mt.'Suribachl, Cdr. Tutwiler
mission somewhereover whet said. said. "We had 'a tatical air con-
a typical ships flashing warnings of B29 'Jr1"
South Vietnam. But his raids, could be eliminated. Also ., :l. He added that the Japanese trol coordinator on the beaches
action took place In an F 6 carrier task forces could sneak .,. f'!* '.-'t, Uf failed to bother them the next with the Marines and he would
Hellcat not a modern Skyhawk- into Japanese waters for surprise ,' '" ,,". iiCDff. 1 day as they stayed In the vicinty call for various' strikes on the
on February 19 21 years ago attacks on the Home Island. The W/LL/AM./.TI/TWU.EK, of the capital. beaches where the firepower
and centered around a porkchop Japanese could not afford to lost Superintendent of NATTC1 "On February 18th the weather needed to be knocked out; That
shape piece of real estate 758 the island for the same reasons. AE Schools, wfce// one of the was so bad that further attacks is one reason why the flights
miles from Tokyo called Iwo In an interview in his office, were called off and the Task were as long as they were.
Jima. Cdr. Tutwiler said that he was many veterans observing the Group headed for Iwo Jima. We After we completed a strike we
This week the U. S. Navy assigned to Fighter .SquadronVF 21st anniversary of the Battle relished the thought hitting Iwo would get in a call posi-
and Marine Corps will celebrate -4, the "Old Red Ripper", of Iwo Jtma. In reminiscing,* ;because flying conditions were tion" and try to stay there for
the.21st anniversary of the Battle as a division leader during the he stated that even though' : :better and the weather was another assignment.
of Iwo Jima, one of bloodiest Battle of-Iwo Jima. His squadronwas IWo Jlma turned out to be one clearer and warmer," he added., Cdr. Tutwiler said that he flew
battles In U. S. military history.One attached to the carrier USS of the bloodiest battles' ,in U. In.; describing the weatheron two strikes a day. ,The average. ,
of the participants a ESSEX'(CV 9)). 's. military history, It was just, the 18th Cdr.''Tutwiler said length of the strikes was ,two
fighter pilot during World War II "We were primarily concerned anoth.rconques' then that was that :it was so bad that even the and a half hours.
Cdr. William J. Tutwiler. who is the fighter squadrons on the eventual defeat sea gulls wouldn't flv. "We didn't take too many cas-
Superintendent of the Naval Air Essex our air groups and other to the As the Task Group steamedfor ulties. They were light as
Technical Training Center's air groups aboard the other ships, of Japan.The .: Iwo Jima the planes were compared to, our ,first strikes
Aviation Electrician's Mateea.irm. with supporting the invasion by armed and made ready for against Japan ,and Okinawa. We
covering the beaches," he said. launching. During the night the flew sorties day, and night for
"One of the biggest problemswas NATTC Officer recalled- ordnancemen prepared napalm by three days then the Essex pulledoff
CHURCH OF CHRIST the firepower the Japansehad that the Essex weighed her attaching discarded F 6 belly and refueled." '
5223 Wcaconett Blvd. from Mt. Suribachl where anchor before dawn at Ullthi La- tanks to the Hellcats. The tanks Before resistance was declared
Near NAS they would roll out these mortar- goon Feb. 10l945andwithother were filled with gasoline 24 hours at end at 6 p.m. March
:' Just Off Tfmufuanr; Rd. type weapons and fire Into units of Task Group 58.3 steamedfor before and was allowed to jell. 16, 1945, the "Old Red Ripper"had
the landing barges. We would Japanese waters. A hand grenade' was placed in moved on to another,almost
SUNDAYS: make passes at the mountainand He and other members of VF-4 the opening of the tanks and con- volcanic piece of real ,estate:
Bible try to shoot rockets into were launched before daybreak nected ,to the bomb release bya Okinawa.
10:00 A. M. Study
11:00 A. M. WorsHIp the caves where the guns were. six days later 120 miles from wire. In closing his interview, Cdr.
6:00 P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS Later we learned that they had Tokyo., Their primary missionwas The pilots were briefed on the Tutwiler 'said that he enjoyed
: the guns on rails and would roll to smash the Japanese air complete Invasion plan duringthe flying even though he had a job
:, them back into a secured position force and prevent It from aidingthe night. At that time the plans to do under very dangerous condi-
r.( 7:30 P. M.- Mid-Week Service ,when we made passes. Whenwe doomed Island which was called for the fall of Iwo JimaIn tions. He stated that for him,
Church Phone SP 1.5075 got tired they would roll and already circled with steel a relatively short period of and a number of pilots like him,
with bad
Minister Phone SP 1.2646 them "back out and start firing naval and marine aircraft.- tempered time. From Iwo they wouldgo enjoyment, skill, and a little luck
again. to Okinawa. was the only thing that brought
Reveille for Commander -then them through a period when
Lieutenant Tutwiler and other fighter pilots died "rather
members of the "Old Red young."
f Ripper" went at 3 a.m. They For his participation In World
were again briefed, shown mapsof War II the NATTC., Officer was
Iwo Jima and given explicit awarded the Distinguish Flying
direction on the flight path to take Cross, five Air Medals, four
;. back to the Essex In order to avoid Presidential Unit Citation Rib-,
being mistaken for a Kamlkasize, bons, Pacific Theatre Ribbon with
f "sy a Japanese suicide plane. seven stars, Philippine RepublicUnit
4aw "The predawn strikes began Citation Ribbon, and Philip-
from 35 to 40 minutes before pine Defense Medal.
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17 1966

I 'Bits & Pieces' For Women] Hospital Topics I

This Is the first in a seriesof personnel with the view towards
By Marge Beauchamp articles that will be published their prompt recovery and return -
concerning your Naval Hos to duty. '
pital. We hope that these articles The secondary mission of .
Ever since the., Wicked Queenin Only this time it was for the Swimsuits, skimmers, ensem- will be both informative and military hospitals includes the
Snow White approached. male member. of the family primarily bles, After-Five. Jean lowers helpful to you and your families.Did care and treatment of eligible
mirror each day to inquire of -not the female. presented them all with a wide you know that the supernumeraries '( dependents,
the fairest in the land, women Even today department stores and varied selection for every Naval Hospital Is the largest retired personnel, Veteran's Ad-
have suffered the insults of the donate many square feet to pro- age and size. hospital in the City of Jacksonville ministration beneficiaries, etc.)
opposite sex concerning their ducts used strictly for Inflating The hostesses for the event ? Did you know that we When and if, the necessary
vanity. But I have finally decided tha male ego. More, and more were the wives of V A-44l1eaded see more Outpatients in our various facilities for such treatment are
to unveil the truth, ,and men are wearing toupees, dying by Mrs. Max E. Milan. They Clinics than any other hospital available without interferingwith
prove once and for all that MANin their hair, and keeping up with did a lovely Job with the table in Duval County? Did you' the hospital's primary
his masquerade of modestyis the current fashion in dress more decorations, which consisted of know that we see more patientsin mission.
by far the more pompousof religiously than any woman ever minature hats and tiny flowerson our Emergency Room than This Is why some Naval Hospitals -
the two sexes.I could. sprayed branches all in pas- any other hospital in Jacksonville which have a heavier active '
have only to turn back the Don't get me wrong, I am not tel shades. ? duty patient load than this hospital -
pages of history to prove' my complaining, but in defense. of Special guests Included Mrs. There are approximately have more doctores even
allegation. Almost every frippery the,complaints you receive con IUU CaldwellMrs.' P.K. Blesh 122,000 people residing in this though they have to care for many
that today, drives men to cerning female vanity, run a stop Mrs. S.D.. Wright. Mrs. J.S. area who are eligible for care less dependents and retired per-
the point of destruction when used watch the,next time your modest Christiansen, Mrs. D.C. Klahn at" this hospital. 71,000 of |these sonnel than,we do.
by their wives were,first,introduced male steps up to the mirror. and the Owner 'of Jean lowers: are dependents. There were Now, of course, everyone rec-
by the masculine male. Mrs, Sari Lynn Smith.rEnm. about 180,000 outpatient visitsto ognizes that the morale and effectiveness -
For example, the idea.of high our hospital last year or of our Armed Forces
heel shoes was introduced by SOCIAL BITS approximately 500 patients. per affected by the health and well-
King Louis XIV of France. His being of their loved ones, and
favorite pair; incidentally,,was .I received word from Lori Barton day.Although the Naval Hospital hasa that is why It is, and must be,
brilliant,red in color. that the'Cecil Field Officers greater outpatient 'workload the sincere desire of every milf- .
The next time you approachthe Wives Club Spring Fashion Show than other hospitals in Jacksonville tary hospital to give the very
man of the house on the was a huge success. Jean lowers it has a considerably smaller best possible care and treatment .
subject' of purchasing a wig and of Orange Park supplied the patient' staffing ratio ,than within Its capabilities many
he ends' the',subject: with the usual lovely models in the beautiful any. civilian hospital In the area dependent wives and children
"Who ever came up'with spring designs. visiting its facility.
that ridiculous idea .anyway." One of the newest items thatdelighted In other words It'has many
you can inform him that the Idea the group was the flop- 1 more patients per doctor. Whyis
was first introduced! by the'men' py brimmed fabric hat to match L this? It is because military AUTO
the bathing suit, outfitor hospitals are staffed accordingto
of ancient Egypt. (Men, not women sports
dress of choice. Thisis the number of active duty military INSURANCE
). In fact they shaved their your '
heads to make their ornate wigs a marvelous way to protect personnel In a, given area
fit evenly.. Roman men wereso your hair from the harsh Flor- 1 who will be using the facility MILITARY ]
vain that many portrait busts ida sun and still look fashion- for treatment andhospitalisatibn.Unfortunately All Ranks and Ages
account is
had removable stone wigs so that able.If. no Monthly Payment Plan
taken of the number of -
the fashion show is Indication -
even after death they could be any
kept in fashion as the wig styles the skimmer seems to i. t Hay and retired personnel residing 6479 ROOSEVELT
in that area, who will
be "THE dress for casual :
? wear.
changed. How vain can you get No.A-f to WAS -Jo*
also be utilizing the facility.
and the coat and dress ensen-
Both .sexes plastered their 'ble, or threepiece outfit for This is because the primary ,. -
faces with cosmetics during the dressier occasions. rMn mission of any military hospital McDOUGAlL'S
18th century.' In those days Colors for spring were em- dusreAN"fg is the inpatient care and
powder and rouge were.supposed phasized. There were many J KNowi1'...,4LLB/ treatment of active 'duty
to be signs of breeding. The fresh looking pastels, but the
early American home had Its own show stopper was a brown and
dressing table, mirror and dressing black combination known as
box containing razors,scent "Coffee Bean." This unusual : : : ;
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CPO CLUB Bud Clark and the EM dub; Tonight is bin night.
feature on Sunday at 7 1 p.m. John Arnold "4" will have the Mel Gaden. will be performing
will have shows
Cecil Field
'. the week 5:30 and 8 spotlight at the Chief's Club this Friday night. Mark Castle is Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
during at weekends Friday and Saturday. Two bands guest Sunday night. Happy hour 3649 Philips Hwy.,' Jacksonville' Florida, 32207, to arrive
p.m. Matinees on are will play Sunday night, from 3 will be from 5 o'clock to 7 1 not later: than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
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6 p.m. there will be a string o'clock Tuesday day arriving .
February 17 band. Music at 7:30 will be by following week unless the publisher 'is instructed other
I the "Sophist Kats". USO NOTES, 318 North Ocean wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the. ad must
NAS Space Flight Bill Williams this weekat be received WITH the copy for the ad '
Street Special events
Norma West
BLUEJACKETS INN Dancing the USO include Boy Meets
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will be Mel Gaden with On Satur-
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Bergman, Anthony QuinnC. the Crescents playing Friday. Girl day the Night Feb, Birthdays Party RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... .. .$2.00
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Ph ? 356-7371 HEATER, slightlyused. Fan,auto
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Bikini Machine -Vindent Price, March Wilson and the Redcoats.On joined it. Sewing Machine, zig zags, blind ORANGE PARK: 2 BR Apts.
.; Susan HartHospital Saturday it will be The Holidays An onlooker, impressed by the stiches, button holes, decorates Very nice. Furn or unfurn, COny.
Space Flight Bill and Johnny Arnold 4"on spectacle of the truck in the cen- etc. Original price $300. has schools &NAS, 264-6884

j Williams, Norma WestC. Sunday Night. Game night is ter of the funeral cortege, remarked bal. of $70. or assume $8 NEW HOMES CUSTOM BUILT
Field The Visit Ingrid every Sunday and Tuesday. Will take older
to a friend: "What do mo. pymts. ma- w/
4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens
Bergman, Anthony Quinn you know? You can take it with chine as part pymt. Phone 353- fireplaces, central heat & A/C,

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Bill, Williams, Norma West ., call 388-9166 after 5:30: REAL ESTATE: Free consulta-
C. Field Frightened City tion advice. 7 1 days a week.Homes
Sean Connery Herbery: Lorn A SELECT GROUP OF FAMOUSU. FOR RENT: ORTEGA HILLS for sale, $100 Down. Equities,
I Monday/ February 21 'S. ROYAL NYLON 'SAFETY AIR RIDE TIRESjT1i 3 BR, Redecorated home,kitchen No Qualifying. Rentals.Homesite ;

,j NAS You Must Be Joking equipped Park Realty, $110., 264-2411 mo. Orange Lots Acreage, Investments.

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LANGUAGE LAB Announced quotas at this time:
To Sergeant Major92To
,a. Capt. Leon Cohan, Aviation Master Gunnery Ser- '
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Detachment Training Officer, geant107To "
this week announced that workon First '
h4ww ry a new and modern languagelab Master Sergeant661Any J :

has been completed in the major changes will be announced ?
training office, topside bldg.572, as they occur.CAREER .
t + and is available for use by Mar "QUE PASA?"-Noda much
ines taking foreign language NEWS /
courses through the United States Ian-wage
Armed Forces Institute. Marines advancing their care-
Capt. Cohan said the lab will ers by completing courses or Detachment Marines master
be available to off-duty Marines passing educational development USAFI language courses.
anytime, but would be utilizedfor tests this week were: Sgt. J.A. Plans, Ingenuity and construction
the most part on an appoint- Turner, Navy CorrespondenceCourse courtesy of Det. Training,
ment basis after normal working Aviation Ordnanceman 2 Branch and HATTC First
hours by Marines taking USAFI and 3; and passing high school Lieutenant's Division. (See
general educational developmenttests
language courses.Approximately. story)
were Pfc. G. L. Hoover,
20 to 30 lang-
uage courses, both spokenand Pfc. E. D. Whitney and Pfc. A. Pfc. Barry G. McMullan,
written,are available through S. Calabreese. marine Bks.Scheduled .
USAFL Additionally,Capt.Cohan to report to Quan-
EwT said he had available a seriesof PROMOTED tico by Feb. 20, these outstanding .,

r. selected language lessons recorded Congratulations are in order young Marines will arrive
on tape. The tape recordings for the following Marines who with high recommendations and
are to be used by both were recently promoted to cor- best wishes for success from
those Marines enrolled in cor- poral: Anthony P. C. Ball.,Jose members of their local com
respondence courses and others R. Bernal, Donald A. Farrell mands.
who want to 'brush-up' on a language David G. Hooper and Kenneth L.
course taken previously. Willitts. FIRST TERMERSA

DAILY DOUBLE MS Clifford D. Swanberg, right, receives "ROUGH" QUOTAS Marines 'promoted to lance note to first term reen-

u' the warrant promoting him to his present rank and an honorable Headquarters Marine Corps corporal, James were:R.Wayne Avery,A.Elmer Anderson llstees, Sgt. and below. Pro-

discharge from Major/ Harold: E. Lewis, Aviation Detachment has announced "rough"* quotas bruton, Jr., Wesley R. Flores, vided you are recommended and
Executive Officer, before reenlisting In the Corps for two more for the enlisted promotionboard, John W. Harmon ames H. Kahr qualified ,and you decide to re-
years here last week. A veteran of 20 years service, M'Sgt.Swanberg now in session', which will select and Robert'S. Stahl.SELECTED. enlist, you are eligible for one
of the following options:
Is an Instructor at the Aviation Electrician "B" enlisted senior Marines for the two top I. Assignment to a formal
grades. The board
which convened ,n school.IL .
January 21, is
expected to report out: in mid- The following .Jacksonville- MOS Skill.Retraining into another

March.In based Marines have been selected HI. Choice of various duty
announcing the
quotas to report to Marine Corps stations in the U. S. and over-
personnel officials indicated that Schools, Quantico, Va., for immediate ilL Choice of various duty
figures would be
subject to change
time screening for appoint- stations in1 the U. S. and over-
upwards while
any theboardis ment to 2ndLt:.
: t. Being in session.: Primary ,reason seas.
rv. Sea
duty. Embassyduty
for any changes would be a,readjustment -
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transferred upcoming temporary:appointments Det. .* ""JLCpl. -
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t ... to second lieutenant and James" A. Arnendotta', ,In 'addition to the optlons'youwill
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HAPPINESS GETTING A SHOT OFF. ..despite. IS WINNING your fourth straight HAPPINESS IS 'SCORING against Pensacola as WAS Cecil
:.' Pensacola's/ Dick Coven's hand/ Charles 6ND Crown. Pensacola coach Buck Weaver Is coach 0. G. Richerson's team has Just done
Jon's Joe Fleming gets a jumper off In' the tour all' smiles as he accepts the winner's trophy
nament final. from Cdr. D. C. Taylor/ NAS Cecil/{ executive

I .. t,ensacola. >> Wins 4th officer. Straight tN"I:: I'S'R: I,I:iE S'

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copped its fourth In the second half the Gosh- the Goshawks in the lead for good .
straight Sixth Naval District awks' offense bogged down whenit and into this week's South Atlantic :.
Basketball Championship'Saturday lost 6-7 center Mac Mc-, Regionals at Norfolk. Coven's, .
by beating NS Charleston Gee, and forward Dave Johnsonby final basket, with only secondsto
'" 73 70 at NAS Cecil Field. the foul route. The Missies 'p a y, put the game' out of the /
The Goshawks breezed throughthe closed the gap in the score with Missiles reach.
10 teams double elimination six minutes remaining Flem- Four Goshawks were in double
tournament without a defeat and ing hit on another, jumper and two figures with Johnson leading with
".without much trouble until Satur foul shots. 21 points before fouling out.
f ,.. f' day's final game. Pensacola Little guard Steve Wilson put Mack hit 17, Coven 12, and.'McGee
I ,': jumped off to and early lead the missiles on top 66 65 10.
but Charleston rallied back with four minutes to go. But the game scoring honors
before halftime behind the shooting But the Goshawks regained went .to Fleming who collected
of 6 3 forward Joe Fleming. their composure behind some 10 field goals and six foul shots
I 1 '. He put the missile within one hot shooting by Larry Mack and for 26points. Fleming',was the
point, 37 36 as the first half Dick Coven. The twosome hit on tournament's leading scorer with
ended. with a 2Q foot jump shot. a pair of buckets each to put 143 points in seven games.
Pensacola had an easy time in ,d P
'1' getting into the finals. The
I : Goshawks bowled over their first

I two opponents, NAS Jacksonvilleand
Command Fleet Air Jackson ,
I ville. 104 65 and 108 58. 44
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'I 1 ; ; rYJI tort Itrttytr Thursday 57 win over the NS,Goshawks Key West were On

slowed down by NAS Cecil Field.
The Raiders played a control
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on the short end of a 59 43,
i a** score. Next the Goshawks defeated -i
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ytrMMtiftitffiM Charleston didn't have it so
easy. The Missiles got an opening -
l .,.If 92 58 win over NAS San-
ford and then came,back Tuesday .
\ evening for a 102 79 victoryover
Glynco. The Charleston A' w
sailors ran into rough basket- HAPPINESS IS BEING shoulder
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your opponent as
ball seas in their encounter with
I j.uiThat : Cecil Field. The Raiders tagged Pensoco/o's/ Mac McGee Is over WAS Cecil' Jim Marshall.'.

Charleston's first loss on them, field narrowed. Thursday they
sles. In the 'nightcap the Miss
88 86 in an overtime. bombed Sanford 96 66. Friday
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AfcGuckffi's Worries:

Dave Colby A Full Tournament Field This Weekend, '

After the Pensacola Goshawks had ruffled their feathers Into Preserving NAS Cecil's No.1 1 Rating \
full plume by beating Charleston for the 6ND crown the coaches

annexed basketball activities from the gym into the Athletic Direct- Mac McGuckin is worried. Whether the Raiders are funda- Tyndall AFB, Eglin AFB, Huburt
or's office at NAS Cecil Field. Mac is the NAS Cecil Field mentally ready for Saturday's AFB, Orlando AFB, Homestead
The gathering, with Cecil'sdirector volleyball coach whose team is action or not they go into the AFB, West Georgia College, Or-
team, Barons
Tom McGriff, was to are a memberof the best in the state of Florida. tournament as Florida's numberone lando YMCA, Atlanta, and Cancoof :
be to determine the players the the,American Hockey League, Mac is also the tournament team and top seeded. The Tampa. _
Goshawks would pick for the South the jumping off point to big league director for this Saturday's first second seeded team Is Sarasota. Saturday night the players and,
Athlantic .Regional Tournamentin hockey. Annual Cecil Field Invitational Other entries as of Monday coaches will have a banquet in
Norfolk this week. Pittsburg has been chosen as Tournament.It are: NAS Jax, McCoy AFB,_ the station's Rolf club house.
To no. one's surprise Pen- one of the 67 68 entries into Isn't Mac's team that is -
sacola picked; only one player, the NHL and Baltimore has also his primary worry but the tour-
Joe Fleming, the tournament's been named as a possible site. nament.
leading scorer from Charleston.The If these two teams, which are Over the weekend 13 entries
Goshawks reasoned out both members of the AHL, go had ,come in and more were ex-
that there was no need to agu- then the AHL will have to find pected. McGukin was begin-
ment from the 6ND, although replacements. People In Clev- ning to wonder just how he ,-'
of ball land contend that the NHL expansion a
there were' plenty good could run a. round robbin tourn-
players available. But the job will make the AHL more ament off in one day if any more ,.
the 6ND, representatives are facing of a bush league that it all ready entries showed up. Already eight

this week. :takes, a,little more Is.With military and six civilian teams
than good players.. this in mind the minorsare have made, plans ,to be in the i' .
The Goshawks and other going to have to group
any Saturday action. Entry dead- ;/ r"h
team that ?expects to get out together to strenghten their line was yesterday and McGukin i
of the South ,Atlantic Regionalsare hockey position. The Rocketsand was torn between hoping no more
'going to have 'to stopSub- other Eastern Leauge teams entries would ,show up and the "
La nt, the defending All- Navy might just been in the movement. desire to get more better ""'

champions. So far,this year, the southern teams In the competition. -
submariners are 27.1. SPORTSMEN OF THE YEAR .
The Goshawks will have ,to The tournament,' which begins s : .
be beatin their wings a little Two NAS Cecil Field chiefs at 9 a.m. on two courts, had been waf. ,
harder this week to win the get out for sportsmen of scheduled last week as the Region 'Tt" Ps
regional title. the year awards simply becauseof Six USVBA play offs. But
the unique methods they use- then St.Petersb\'J'gthedefending ,

EDITORIAL BLASTA in their Individual sports. champions, served notice that BLOCKING TO KEEP A TITLE. Cecil F/e/o" Bob Horde-
a' The first chief Is a fishermanwho
midwest took crackon
be backto
the site would switched
its editorial paper page at the Uni- has prefected a technique Orlando AFB, where it was (/left to right) Bill Cape, and Ken Holfntch/ will be throughlng
versity of Alabama last week. for bass fishing,where he placeshis orginally scheduled on March up a wall// this weekend* at Cecil to keep the/ Raider's number
The paper pointed out edi- live bait. in the trees over 26. McGuckin explained that St. one ranking.
torially that Alabama lost two of the water and then tries to dropit Pete has this prerogative.
next year's recruiting scholar- into'the fishing hole. McGuckin's second worry, the
ships because two extras showedup The second chief is a bowler Cecil Field volleyball team, PIZZA RWnsf
for last year's frosh team that and doesn't go along with the wasn't minor either. The Raiders ( ) )
finger borings on the ball. Rather (
were on academic scholarships- were ideal all last week as the
mere students who earned high than placing his thumb in the 6ND Basketball Tournament occupied TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
grades and loused up the school's thumb hole this chief puts his Cecil's gym full time PREMIUM
thumb in the index finger hole.
football program. "We didn't get a practice In last
The paper concluded that these The only falacy with this me- week, McGuckin said, but we'll ITALIAN SANDWCH'ES SPAGHETTI
type students weren't 'wanted at thod of bowling other than be busting it this week."
the core is that Is takes a tripto
a football school. The Raiders originally had a :)
the water fountain to get the scrimage session scheduled for L.L "PIZZA.
ball off the hand. with the of ..
BREAK FOR THE ROCKETS Tuesday University
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The decision to expand, the. was' cancelled. "We're going .
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son to 12 teams may give.the you. want made in your will?" all this week," McGuckln: said.
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NAS Jax NAS Cecil Shooters -

\ Whistling In I
SportsShorts Take More Honors.

W The
Rigging NAS Cecil Field pistol shooters copped the Marksman class witha
reaped in more honors last weekin 298 lax for the day.
two matches around the state. The Cecil shooters will be at
By Lt. P. E. TMfeoJeot/ WAVE BOWLING/ Wednesday Lt. C.L. Betts and Orlando this Sunday for an NRA

Oh happy day! Ye olde editor get through with the ''et ceteras. LCdr. p. Barrett of Fleet Wea- T.C. Andreas took top honorsin 2700 shoot.
has finally been assigned a boat. All you other Bantam sailors are ther took honors dur- the Police Club Pistol Meet,
Bantam No. 571, Ex-Shamrock hereby warned that, as soon asI ing the Feb.high 7th game meeting of the Del and, Florida. .....***.***....****........
IV is now mine to sand and varnIsh finish removing the 50 poundsof Waves Bowling League.' She Andreas fired a 263 out of a
and paint and etc and etc paint on her bottom and sides, rolled a 187 scratch game and possible 300 to win first placein A Dallas high school coach
and also to sail whenever I ever No. 571 will be the boat to beat I with a: 194 netted high handicap. the Class B competition. Betts had, he was sure,' a good idea:
l Seriously though, 571, one of Jean Hynes rolled a 498 seriesto teamed up with Dave Baggerlyin the players' parents could sit
the original Rhodes Bantams''purchased be high in that category for the time-fire team competition with them on the bench for the
for the club back in 1957, the night. AAA Class, to take top big homecoming game. "You
has been given a new lease on The Pin Busters and the Legends honors in that event. Betts and can have eithersyour, mother or'
life through the efforts of Walt are still tied for second Baggerly fired a 397 out of 400 father sit next to"you with your-
Frummeri the Special Services place. The Misfits remain out for the center fire shooting.. number on a card on their backs,"
Marina Manager. Walt, veryex- in front with a 16-game lead On Saturday four of the mem- he told them. "How would you
pertly, has replaced many of the over second place teams. The bers of the Cecil team shot like that?"
frames and fberglassed couple Free Loaders Bowlerettes, and in the Jacksonville Police' Club A voice from the rear of the
bad boles so that the hull is now Top Poppers hold 3rd, 4th and competition. Betts won the over- locker room said: "We've got
as good as new. Under his ex- 5th place, respectively. all master award for the match too many coaches on the field
pen guidance and workmanship, with a 298 out of 300 and an right now. We sure don't want
the investment of the Special Ser- UMPIRES NEEDED 18X for the shoot. Andreas forty of them down there."
vices in our boats is well pro- Ihe Little League baseball
tected. looking for personnel who wouldbe
The NJSC received a letter interested in umpiring for this DID YOU MISS OUR
from Jacksonville Marine Association -
I N} informing us of a booklet season.requested Interested to be at persons Blue Angel are AD ON PAGE 8 ?

' soon to be published which Park March 1st 4:30 P.M.'Unlucky913 .
on at
;), ___ will list all of the local boat- Before You take Anyone's Deal
ing associations (including us) See : '
with their favorite cruises, etc. :- -
Upon publication,each member of Leads In
the club will be sent a copy NATTC

free. BasketballThirteen
Speaking of booklets etc.,
there are a couple available at became a lucky r
.It the clubhouse that give all the
number as MAD#13 dumped their
official word on boating rules fellow Marines MAD f 15 bya
that apply to us as small boat score of 75 36 last Monday
sailors. The first is Safe Boat- night. The win enabled "unlucky0 -
ing in Florida, distributed by the 13 to cling to their first
State Board of Conservation in place position in NATTC basket- CHIEF CAMPBELL'SB1a.ndinrg
cooperation with the Florida ball by one game. In the first : Tenneoo
Boating Council. In it arewater game of Monday night's double
safety hints, Florida boat safety header AO "B"T 5 scrapedto [ SERVICE STATION
laws and Florida boat registration a win over MAD # 7 49 44
103rd and Offers
laws. The second pamphlet MAD ##16 maintained it's Blmdlng
is Pleasure Craft, CG-290 second place standing Tuesday
which sets forth the Coast Guard night by downing MAD ##12 62 -
laws concerning small boats. 34. MAD 4## 8 aside AO
swept T P il srd
According to the U. S. Coast "A" ###4 for a win 55 38. MMitiry .rs...
A Af Pilot No. 4, the hulk of a gun- A forfeit gained a win for AE ErpIsysss
boat which was sunk during ,the "A" # 2 over AE "A" # 3 G..r..t
f BRIGHT STAR Ho//ywoo// Civil War lies about 3 miles Thursday night. MAD#10 crushed AT OUR SPECIAL ISLAND
i Ann-Morgrf Is on." of fiBrightest above the entrance of Haw creek MAD AO "A" ###11 64-46.
which empties into Crescent Lake ALSO Wash & Wax i Delco Batteries
In film.dom's
young and then into the St. Johns River.
showcase. be .Lubrication Firestone Tires
Might an interesting spot to
f, explore on -a week-end cruise. First Boy: "What does PTA .. Tune-ups a Quaker State Oil
For those who are planning to mean?"
participate in the forth coming Second Boy: "I think it mean Brakewoik' a General Auto Repair
Mug Race, a copy of C. and G.S. Poor :Tired Adults." ROAD SERVICE 0700-2400
i -V\ chart 685/686 will be available
for your perusal at the club -.
house. These charts cover the
river from Palatka North to Jack-

sonville.All ",. .
you would-be sailors herein .
RENTALS the Jax area, how about com A-l "
ing on out to the clubhouse hereat
NAS Jax and Joining us in K
our activities? See you therel I

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d $1 au NIW
DAY roiTAiiu In just one month last year,
automobiles killed more Americans -
FAST than all major fires since

Sixty disasters recorded in the ,
past 100 years didn't kill as many ;
'EmersonSan.Juan people as did automobiles in an
I eight month period during 1965.. .
For every serviceman dead of
battlefield wounds in all
\ TV tion's wars almost three persons -
4812 SAN JUAN have died In automobiles.
These are the grim statistics.
387-2121 Remember them when you are .
behind the wheel of your auto-

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