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YOLo 23 NO. 48

I Navy's Last 5-Star Admiral Dies1\\1

Government, Military Officials \

Pay Tribute T. FAtJm. NimitzVarious FAdm.NimitzSuccumbsAt \

national and military leaders paid tribute to Fleet
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz after his death Feb. 20.
President Johnson praised Adm. Nimitz as a man of "quiet California, Home Feb. 20 I
courage and resolute leadership. In a statement released by
press secreatary Bill D. Movers, President Johnson said:

"Adm. Nimitz loved his country and the sea. His devotion to Chester" W. NImitz, the last Pearl Harbor on Christmas Day and a destroyer. It was the
one inspired his mastery of the other earning for his quiet courage of the Navy's five star admirals 1941 ran his flag up on a sub- turning point of the Pacific War. ft r
and resolute leadership the undying gratitude of his countrymen died Feb. 20 at his homeon marine and took command on "It just became a question of I "
and an enduring chapter in the annuals of naval history Yerba Buena Island Calif., Dec. 31. time*.. Adm. Nimitz said later. "
In a special message sent to all the armed forces Secretaryof from complications following a He took the shambles left by In the early stages of the war,
Defense Robert S.McNamara said, "It is my sad duty to announce stroke in early January. the Japanese and turned it intoa Adm. Nimitz commanded the sea, J'\
the armed forces of the United States of the death of Fleet
to Fleet Admiral Nimitz becamea fighting force ready to attack. land and air forces in most of
Admiral' Chester W. Nimitz. legendary figure when he became The attack began in the Coral the Pacific while Gen. Douglas 'j
"Th world has lost a distinguished citizen whose energles- Commander-Otief of Sea May 4-8. 1942 in the first McArthur commanded those in
and vision were devoted without stint to a long lifetime of serviceto the Pacific Fleet after the Japanese great air-sea battle. the Southwest Pacific. Later \ "

free men everywhere."In attack on Pearl Harbor. Then in a calculated risk Adm. Adm. Nimitz commanded all sea J
the death of Adm. Nimitz the Nation has lost one of our He graduated from the Naval Nimitz constructed his fleet off and Gen. McArthur all land for- t
greatest Naval. Leaders. A superb sailor university regent and Academy Class of 1905 stand- Midway and met the Japanesein ces. I'
dedicated citizen. He served his country and his state with full ing seventh in a graduating classof a decisive three-day air-sea Adm. Nimitz participated in the I I
of devotion. All in the armed forces'salute. his life of i
measure 114.
battle June 36. Four Japanese signing of the surrender documents .
achievement with the words 'Well done. Admiral Nimitz was jumpedover carriers and a heavy crui- onboard the USS Missouri ,
from the office of the Secretary of the Navy the t.
In a message 24 senior admirals to become ser were sunk. The United on Sept. 1, 1945 in Tokyo
Honorable Paul H. Nitze sald"The Chief of Naval Operations Cln PacFlt. lie reported States lost the carrier Yorktown

The Commandant of the Marine Corps and I join with all Navy and [ ,-..,.. M- .;"' : """M :-....... .: Bay.After the war Adm. Nimitz '
uniformed and civilian in mourning the
Marine Corps personnel g became Chief of Naval Opera- .
death of Fleet Admiral Nimitz. During his lifetime marked by tions. He remained at that .
many significant accomplishments" (in the Naval Servce he was an until December: 1947. post \
inspiration to all of us.
"His passing is a great loss to the U. S. Navy and to the Nation, He ',became a Fleet Admiral '. .
but his deeds and character, will be an inspiration and standard Dec. 1.9 1944, five days after
rank. A
for us all in the years to come." ?_..-, Congress created the '
#14il Fleet t. Admiral never retires. :
_ 'Since":Jap.. T,'1948he+had'been'

Locals Collect_ : 20,0'00Books t ern- special Sea of Frontier'the assistant-Navy, in; the.the West-"secretary 1.'a 1.

:i-i Adm.:imitz was born' Feb. p
: 24, 1885(n Fredericksburg.Tex., I
For Viet Nam He is survived by his wife,Catherine
!? __ ; one son, Adm. Chester
ilir W. Nimitz Jr., retired of New .
The Jacksonville members of boxes and have been delivered to Canaan, Conn.; three daughters .i
the Fraternal Order of the Elec- the Naval Air Station in Jack- Catherine, wife of Navy Capt.
trical Power Employees and sonville for transportation to James T, Lay of Newport R.I. \;
Florida U. S. Army recruiters Vietnam. An additional 10,000 Anne Elizabeth Nimitz of To-
have just completed a three month books are still in the process of panga Calif.; and Sister. Mary I
"Books for Buddies" drive to being packed. r Manson Aquinas of the Domin'I'I
obtain reading material for our Ican Convent San Rafael, Calif (
I fighting men in Vietnam. The idea for the "Books for 5'i t
r More than five tons or 30,000 Buddies" drive was that of Mr. ti\j;
t books were deposited atJackson- William McCullough, a memberof ,;
r ville Fire Station are collected the Fraternal Order of Elec- -I Nimitz RoomDedicated

n- by Army men during .the 90 trical Power Employees Also
p day drive. much of the success of the cam- '
t Many of the books contained paign can be attributed to the U.S. a At ,
written messages from the Army recruiters. Through their
'. donors wishing the best of every' efforts many additional books
thing to men receiving thebooks. were collected in other areas
So far, approximately 20,000 of the state greatly helpingthe UofC Campus
books have been packed into 124 Jacksonville collection.SCREENING I
On Feb. 24, the day Fleet
Medical Self Help Course Admiral Chester W. Nimitz was \
buried at the Golden 'Gate ;'
National Cemetery in San Bruno \

A Sponsored By NWC # 86The W.Calif.Nimitz, a Fleet Room Admiral was dedicated Chester i'

i by the Regents of the Universityof
Jax Navy Wives Club ##86 ter and Healthful Living in Em- California.Feb. ...
in cooperation with the, Duval ergencies; ((2)) Artificial Res- 24, would have been the
County Health Department is piration and Bleeding and Bandaging Admiral's 81st birthday.The .
sponsoring a 6 week Medical ; ((3)) Fractures and Splint Nimitz Room and Foyer
; T4- Self -. Help Training Course beginning ing and Transportation of the which is located in CallaghanHall
y Tuesday,.March 1, at the Injured, ((4)) Bums and Shock; on the Berkley Campus is
Navy Wives Clubhouse.Bldg., ((5)) Nursing Care of Sick and furnished with many of the Ad- ,
aboard the station. Injured and Infant and Child Care; miral's personal and mem- j

The course will divided Into and ((6)) Emergency Childbirth. orable collection. J"
Officials are hoping that at Admiral Nimitz, who started \
six sessions, two hours in length
least one member of each fami- the Naval Reserve Officers'Training
and will be held every Tuesday
evening after March 1 until the ly in the community takes the Unit at the Universityof
course is completed. The classes course. California in 1926. was the \
The course will be taught by University's first professor of '
SOME OF THE BOOKS donated for our fightingmen begin at 7:30 P..M. from theN
doctors and nurses Naval Science. He later served .* f
in Vietnam are ((1 to r) Master Chief Journalist WomProsser / The ,course which is sanc- AS Jax Hospital. The Station as a member of the Board of .
USN; First Lieutenant Don Elliot, Army Recruiting; tioned by the National Departmentof Nursery will be available to all Regents from 1948 to 1956.
Mrs. Alyce R. Baker; Mr. J. Dillon Kennedy, Commissioner of Health Education and Welfareis persons attending the course. Funds to sponsor the room. ,;, ;"
Utilities, City of Jacksonville; Mr. Herman E. Senterfitt PresIdent available to all military per- For additional information and were raised by prominent business \
sonnel in the area. There is Instruction for enrolling contact civic and military leaders "
Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Electrical Power Em-
no charge for the course. Mrs. iAaryanna Lee 264 9940or in the area. Contributions were .
ployees; Mr. Woodrow Fish, Jacksonville Fire Department; The subjects to be taught'are: Mrs. Margaret Conley 389 also accepted from Navypersonnel -
and Mr. William McCullough. ((1)) Radioactive Fallout and Shel- 8636. throughout the country.

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r EDITORIAL Chaplains Message

r [>ivKie. Service'-
Red Blueprint for VictoryNearly I '
.", by Chaplain D. K. Veltman
six months have elasped since Lin Plao. Defense Ministerof of history's greatest novelists, tells the storyof
Red China published his article, "Long Live the Victory of the Edward's Chapeland Dostoyevski, one condemned to death for a political crime in the
People's War Time, however, has not dulled his message.All a young man As his death drew near he saved the last five
the Czars.
the world Red China have his wordsas days of
over experts on accepted f all that
Naval Hospital t life for a reliving o was meaningful, for
a blueprint for Communist world domination.
truly esignificant thoughts regarding life and death. "Oh, how
SUNDAY MASSES precious those five minutes became to me as the time of execution
Hospital - - 0630 approached. In those five minutes I seemed to have a treasury
St. Edward's worth more than all the riches in the world combined I 1"
the ..' ... .. Chapel - 0900 & 1100 The five minutes came and with it not the calm following of
.,. "If I could but I
I his plan, but of one desperate thought. live would
DAILY MASSESSt. never waste' a moment of life again! How precious each second of
Edward's: this life is! How we waste that which can never be regained orrepurchased
Monday thru Friday 113C I"
balance Saturday - - 0900 The last minute reprieve came to the young man, even as it did
Naval Hospital: to Dostoyevski in his own personal life, for this was essentially
Friday - -. - 1205
reliving of an event that took place in his youth. He was again
given a life of time, precious beyond words.
CONFESSIONSSt. How many moments we waste! Life Is an unrepeatable event
Edward's : is more. Our hum drum
that happens once and then no daily
Saturday - 1900 2000 We forget that
chores gang up on us and we forget our days are
'" .r NgTONSHUMA Sunday - -- -0815 0845; numbered and that life Is a "fleeting breath" in history. We cast

N fin'' .'t;. M CYS: 1015 1045 our moments, our hours, our days, and even years aside as if they
4INri ; Hospital: Sunday - -0615 were part of an infinite supply. We all stand guilty of tragic, tragic
e 6
f1 waste.
COVLE'AFPS ,v CATECHISM CLASSES "Who uses minutes has hours to use,
Chapel Annex Building 722: Who loses minutes whole years must lose.
Saturday's 1000 Time slips by like sand:! through an hour glass '. .

This article has been compared to Hitler's, "Mein Kampf," DIVINE SERVICES seconds . . and minutes . and hours ., and
In which der Fuehrer spelled out his plans for Nazi conquest. PROTESTANTAll days. . . _'
Unfortunately, many free people refused to take Hitler seriously.We .
cannot, 'afford to repeat this mistake as regards Lin Piao's Saints Chapel
message I The essential points are: SUNDAY'S EDITORIAL
A weak country (China) defeated a strong one ( Japan) 0800 - --HolyCommunion f '
because it fought a people's war under Communist control of 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship
China ; it breached the imperialist front, changed the world
balance of power, accelerated revolution excellerated revolution SUNDAY SCHOOL A better and more respected way of life -- and therefore to be
everywhere. ------chapel Annex most sought after -. Is the promise of the recommendations comingout
Downtrodden people can free themselves from the Imperialists Building 722 of the studies made ,by the Secretary of the Navy's Military
by following the example of Red China. Retention Task Force.
First winning control of Asia, Africa and Latin America, WEDNESDAY'S The recommendations, all but a handful of which have received
the Communists will surround and overwhelm the advanced ------choir Rehearsal final go ahead from the Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze,
nations of Europe and North America. are pointed toward removal of much that has made a careerin
Lin Piao has: completely misrepresented the role of the United SECOND MONDAY of Each Month the Navy increasingly less attractive. In those areas where
States and other free nations in trying to help the developing nations. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild the irritation cannot be removed the Retention Task Force
He is concocting a witch's brew of hate in areas where we are (Small Chapel) "Doctors" have prescribed sedatives and pain killers, to make
trying to help people and nations to better living.No that which hurts the most a little easier to bear. 0 f course
boxer ever won a victory by going into a ring blindfolded. U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL many of the proposals will require Defense and Congressional
If we are going to defeat Red aggression, we cannot delude our Sunday's ,- -.,- -:' 1000 approval.
selves as to Communist aims. Lin Piao's article will be availablein : .' Covering, as It did, such a wide spectrum of personnal problems,
most service libraries in the near future. Read it, then reflecton It is almost Impossible to single out those which would be regarded
what it means to America and other free nations. (AFPS) universally as most Important.The .
Retention Task Force, headed by Rear ,Admiral John M. Al-
TodayPROTESTANT ford, USN, has'shifted' the focus of official attention to people, rather
Civil Air Patrol'Sqladrols Mtrft than hardward. It has in the opinion of many observers.'opened
Choir' 'Practice at 7 p.r.m. channels from the bottome to the top for ,the communications of
Sunday ideas' and the easing of personnel frustrations. The recommendation
Personnel of the Duval and penhagen has advised that there Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. for the establishment of a billet for the Leading Chief Petty Of-
Wesconnett Senior Squadronshave are many vacancies within the Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. ficer of the Navy and for the Senior Chief billets on the staffs of
merged to form a larger squadron to be filled in the avia- of Comunion the month.on the first Sunday Naval District and Type Commanders:! will keep these direct- .channels
squadron which is know as the tion, administration and communications open for the future.
Wesconnett Senior Squadron of sections. In a recent statement at a news briefing on the Retention
the Civil Air Patro. Due to the Training sessions for the Wes- Daily- CATHOLIC Task Force, the Secretary of the Navy stated: "With the imple-
Duval Senior Squadron having the connett Senior Squadron are being 11:20 a. m. Mass mentation of the Task Force recommendations, we feel that signI-
least number of active person- held in conjunction with the Her- Sunday- ficant progress will be made in career management using the modern
nel, it was decided to de activate long Senior Squadron. Persons 8 techniques of fully intergrated, computer assisted systems
the C. A. P. Charter for seeking additional information fessions noon Mass Con- which will satisfy the needs of the service and the individual.'
this organization and to trans- concerning the Civil Air Patrol heard, before each Mass. Habitability is a substantive feature of Task Force recommendations.
fer all Duval personnel to the should contact: Lt. Max Gru- JEWISH/ Living'conditions In our ships will be imporved and bachelor quar-
Wesconnett: Senior Squadron.The pet hagen at 771-1211 orC.W.O. I Call Ext. 311 for Information ters for our officers and enlisted personnel ashore will be modernized -
,Wesconnett Senior Squadron Edd Gester at 389 2347., on Jewish Services. when it becomes possible to resume this type of military con-
which originally, was a Flying struction. Family Service Centers will be established at shore
I Squadron will now receive stations and a Dependent's Information Section is beginning to function
additional aircraft YRI And In the Office of Information. Government
training as Pro-Pay To Expand FY67 leasing civilian housing
observors and the Wesconnett :for use by military families will be broadened. Educational
Senior Squadron personnel will Opportunities Will be broadened- within- the 'cart/toa !1M. o* Mru>UA,4

receive training in communications Both the variable reenlistment be, an estimated 28,871 awardsof enlisted emphasis is being placed en college programs for officers. _, and
and ground rescue. bonus program and the proficiency -, VRB. The program will begin personnel.
The commander of the Com- pay system will expand in a full fiscal year of operation The impact of the Retention Task Force will be felt for many
bined Organizations is Lt. Max the new fiscal year starting in July land Defense figures years to come.STATE.
Grupenhagen; Information Officer July. Moreover, the average that 69,855 awards will be made
C. W. O. C. E. (EDD) VRB payment will go up from Considering that 28,871 of these
Gester ( former commander of $428 tqr $440. according De- will be second installments of
Duval ) with basic member fense calbulatlonsl. 1966 awards It means that there Attack Cargo Ship To
George S. Scheible In charge Between this past January 1 will be 12,113 more BRB awardsin
of communications. ''Lt. Gru- and June 30, there are going to the entire next fiscal year Use Remote Control

than fiscal there 1966.were in the six monthsof TAXES ??

The fiscal '66 figures are distorted Navy's Bureau of Ships has

however, because many Washington D. C. . approved contract design for the
JTAX AJLJfr NEWS enlisted men, who may ordinar- (NAVNEWS) some first Navy -ship to incorporate
ily have signed for a new tour members of the Navy think the ,extensive automation features in
in the last three months of cal- Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Re- Its main 'propulsion. plant rontrol. -
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper endar 1965, extended:! and delayed lief Act exempts them from state .
distributed eoch Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station their reenlistment until after and local taxes. Actually,does
Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Dec.the 31, 1965, so they cauld not exempt them from taxes due Control of the main, engine ofa
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR get bigger shipover dollars. their home state ( domicile). new attack cargo ship can be
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, Considering this factor (the shifted from the engine room to
fourth-quarter holdovers from rtJJf Act merely Provides that the wheel house
Box 2 of the ship,
NAS Jacksonville 12:00
by noon on Monday before state where
1965)) the they
serviceswi1lpayVRB's are stationed eliminating ,the system of signaling -
publication. News items welcomed for all if It isn't
are sourcesTelephone at a rate of 3200 a month the their home state -
EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162. rest of fiscal 1966. This will cannot tax their service pay or orders from
bridge to
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries to about 3400 their personal
go up monthly In property pro- engine room. Instead,'remotely
concerning such should be directed the fiscal viding the
to next year. Property is not used operated steering machinery anda
The Holt Publishing' Company, 3649 Philips Highway, in a trade or business. throttle on the bridge will be

J Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 The growth in the pro-pay sys- More complicated rules apply used for ship control.

tem is more dramatic. There to automobiles. Real Plans are presently, under
VOL., 23 NO. 48 February 24, 1966 will be 17 ,600 more men draw- always taxable in the state estate where is development to incorporate such
ing pro-pay in fiscal 1967 than it is located. If in doubt about automation features in the two
In' fiscal 1966, according to bud- your tax liabilities, check with guided missile destroyers plan-
getfigures. your legal officer. ned for the FY67 Shipbuilding:

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VP7 Sailor Receives Appreciation Letter : .. .' .'.,:,: :.> i

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For Work With Parachute ClubAnthony : ':1., "

Rick PR1 (PJ) attached 144 air shows throughout the this outstanding record with no ''i"

to Patrol Squadron Seven country as a member of the injuries.

was awarded a Certificate of Ap- "Vapor Thrills" and the Navy Riek is also a licensed FAA JrVIML ACE
preciation by Cxlr. B. Wells, famous parachute exhibitionteam Parachute Rigger and holds an

Commanding Officer of the the Chuting Stars This Expert Parachutist license issued I
U. S. Navy Recruiting Station, year Rick appeared in air showsat by the Parachute Club of

Jacksonville, Florida. The the Aqua Centennial at Minneapolis America, a division of the Nat-

award was presented by Cdr. Minnesota, and the 1965 ional Aeronautical Association;
W. D. Toole, Jr., Commanding International Air Races, at St. sanctioned by the Federal Aero-

Officer of Patrol Squadron Petersburg, Florida.. nautic International of Frahce.
Seven. Riek first began parachuting in

The award read In part, "In competition in 1962. Just 22

recognition of outstanding ser- years old, he dominated the Seventh Fleet ReedyStirs
vice as a member of the Jax Southeastern Sport Parachute

Nav y Sports Parachute Club, Meet at Montgomery Alabama, CIHCPeciflc
and particularly for your capturing first place Inthemen'ssingles -J-

participation in its renowned and helping earn second Seventh Fleet ships can

demonstration team, the"Vapor place in the team event. tie successfully counter North Viet-
Trails." You have contributed was awarded a trophy for the namese air attacks directed J. R. TROUTMAN, Chief Staff Officer/ Fleet/ Air Wing i

countless off duty hours to insure Meets Outstanding Parachutist.A against them should they come, Eleven, briefs/ Adm. Horaclo, Rivera, Vice Chief of Naval Oper-

the success of the club and designated Navy Master Parachutist said Pacific Fleet Commander ations and VAdm. B. J, ''Semms Chief of Naval Personnel, on

the team by giving airshow dem- Riek has amassed a In Chief Adm. Roy L. Johnson.The theoperations of PAW-77, during/ their recent visit to the Jack-

onstrations, and presenting interesting total of 651 jumps, 345 of which Navy effort In this res- sonville area.FAW11,
talks to civic clubs were from above 10,000 feet. pect is completely adequate, he
and youth groups. This success He has over 7 1 1/2 hours of said, although there would be a
has made a significant contri- free fall time, more than some problem of detection and low Hosts Admirals

bution to favorable Navy com- of our Astronauts, at speeds over level attacks.
nunity relations throughout Flor- 120 MPH for a total distance of Tempo of Navy operationssince '

ida and Southeast Georgia." approximately 900 miles, a com- the Gulf of Tonkin incident During Recent Jax Visit

Ried, a native of Plain, Wis- parable distance is from has increased from approximately .
consin, began his parachuting Jacksonville, Florida to New 125 to 175 ships, 500 to 700
In 1958. He has performed in York City. lIe has accomplished aircraft, and 64,000 to 80,000
tion and
.., Admiral Horacio Rivero, Vice theoperationoftheWing.Chief
exclusive of Marines.
WOP* I'J'JI.l__Il '. ,', '. ...'..:,'M VI I.,!'''It personnel Adm. Johnson, little of Naval Operations and They were also told of the future
."iv( about aerial Vice Admiral B. J. Semmes, plans for the VP complex here
concern encounters
( I Chief of Naval Personnel arrlvat NAS. .
with Soviet built MIG aircraft
," ,iI ed at NAS Jacksonville Thursday With the briefing at a con
his forces had
saying tangled
., Feb. 17 the Admiral
the Factclusion given
to tour Naval was
with them and took care of them-
Grp. i { selves well. lities in the Jacksonville area. a tour of Patrol Squadron 16's
r very BEQ. This was one of the many
He pointed out that aircraft
Navy -
.. Included in their visit to'NAS areas in which the Admiral expressed -
t 4 % losses have not been abnormally -
Ir Jax was a briefing at Fleet Air Interest.
high considering that
Wing Eleven. The Admiral and The Admiral spent the remainder -
such heavy anti -
enemy his briefed of the afternoon other
party were on the visiting
aircraft lot of boundto
a planes are
be hit. many complexities of VP aviaNaval facilities In the area.

I I wR? 1,4 4d 4n $ Notes From The Navy Finance Office I

PAYDAYS fication caontains: action must be Initiated by the
Military,paydays for March and 1. The payee's name member. Credit BAQ on the
1966.areas follows 2. The, payee's new address pay record IS NOT automatic.
April : 3. The name of the service
March 10 16 days pay ''NUMBER
I March 24 14 days pay member<<* t ? fetm/poT i ;v ASOCIAL SECURITY '
4.The; ervice number of the"
fJ April 7 13 days pay service member require Finance

CDR. W. D. TOOLE JR.. April 21 14 days pay A change of address card available Officers to Insure that a request
Commanding Officer of VP-7 presents The paydays of March 10 and for a social security number is
a Certificate of Appreciation to Anthony Rick, PRlPJ), April 7 1 ,1966 will Include Incentive from the mailman or at submitted If a member Is

for his outstanding work with the Jax Navy Sports Parachute and Hazardous duty pay the filed post with office the local also should unable to produce proof that he

Club. earned the preceeding month. Postal authorities are post authorizedto has been assigned one, EVEN
Military pay is based on a THOUGH the member has pre-
forward allotment checks
NARTU-News & ViewsSome 30 day month. As a result PROVIDED a change of address viously submitted an application.A .
for daysin member should notify his
you earn pay two has been filed.AVIATION .
February that do not exist respective Navy Finance Office '
''reservists who train reported to the Naval Air Station
: at thus, 16 days pay on Mar. 10. PAY FOR MEM Immediately upon receipt of the
NARTU Jax will Pensacola Fla.
their: really go' out The pay day of April 7 1 is aftera BERS IN A DIFOT 'STATUS, Social Security Number as the
way Jo attend weekend drills Upon completion flight train-
month number must be entered on his
31 earn no
Lt. Marshall E. Reeves of VS- ing he reported to VS 39 at day ; as you All commands issuing flight
of month record and the Navy
for the 31st
day a
742 flys his own plane from Ai- NAS Quonset Point, R. I. Remaining pay orders for members eligible for current pay
ken S. C. this you receive only 13 days pay. aviation DIFOT Finance Center, Cleveland must
to attend monthly with squadron until pay In a status
training widfhis'squadron.. discharged, he served, aboard DELIVERY OF ALLOTMENT are reminded to review NFO Jai be advised by speedletter.of the

the carrier USS Siboney, Antte- CHECKS Notice 7220 dated Feb. 1, 1966. number.
Reeves had been driving toaBI'from A related problem is those
tain, Valley Forge and the Tar- '
Every month. the.Navy Finance. BASIC' ALLOWANCE FORQUARTERS
NAS' Jax each month for awa. cases where a member was issued -

the past nine years. During the In December 1956, Lt.Reeves Center, Cleveland'receiveS'numerous PAY GRADES a social security under! one '

past live months he has flown 'was discharged and returned to letters, telegrams, and E-7 THRU E.4 (4 YEARS OR name and the member is using
telephone calls from wives '
about 3,500 miles to train as school at' the University of LESS'SERVICE that account number while
advising that allotment checks
a Weekend Warrior. serving In the Navy upder another
Florida to obtain a degree In have not been received. In most Members in pay grades E-l name. The Finance Officer

Originally of Jacksonville,Fla. business. cases, investigation,reveals that through E-4 ((4 years or less fo should assure that the name
Reeves entered the Navy In October Presently the president of a
the' dependants moved without service) frequently are not awareof shown on the Social 'Security,
1952. In December 1952 gasoline distributing organiza- notifying the Allotment Dept., the action he is required to Account Number Card (Form)
he qualified for. flight trainingas tion Reeves is married and U.S. Navy Finance Center,Cleve- initiate to establish initial entitlement OA 702 agrees with the name

a' Naval Aviation Cadet and! has two sons. land, Ohio, 44114, of the new to BAQ credit when a member is using! in the Navy

address or failed to report the additional dependents are ac-. If this Is not the case, the member -
move by: the 15th of the month.In quired.To should be assisted In submitting -

some cases the name and establish initial entitlement a request. to SSA for a
service number of the service to BAQ personnel in, these pay- 'reissued card under his changedname.
member is left off the'notifi- grades MUST: .

cation. The member's NAME' 1.. File 'an' Application for Although' proper credit to :a ..
,*. : and SERVICE NUMBER must be Dependents" Allowance (at your member's account may not' seem I

furnished in order to Identify personnel office) substantiated Important now, 'it' will someday :

the correct account. In addition by a marriage certificate and/or1 when the number, claims social .

many allotment checks are birth certificates of children. security benefits* -
returned each month by postal 2. Register a "Q" allotmentfor

authorities to the Navy Finance the support of the dependents -

Center, Cleveland marked In an amount equal to SttlBttrCINEBOXMOmJuktbnx
"Moved No Forwarding Ad- the applicable BAQ rate plus
dress", or words to that effect. $40.00 (the allotment may be Stereophonic: -Full Sound-Color- $

r t l ., When the payee of an allot- registered for a larger amount Imported from IU1,.
to y y
4? ment check moves,' a change of but not for less.). To obtain HAWAIIAN VILLACI .

III address must be submitted to the the Increase of BAQ upon the DISCOTHIQUI 202 "..Id. Ave A-GO-GO ee,.
Navy Finance Center, Allotment acquisition of additional depen- Adams. U. i bloc&U' watt
f tbo Getor Cowl
y.. Department, Cleveland Ohio, dents (birth of a child, etc.), All eipert b*.r 45< wftfc .
Iy 44114, to arrive ,by the 15th each member In these lower pay ..tiitMui efttertoinmoflt _
of the month, if possible. It grades must file a supplemental Swlngftori Do MO .. Jehu every LunsferJ,,1. tr Sot onto NlflM.! the

Is suggested that payees' use Application for: Dependents ,Me. cover, no minimum'
the regular change of address Allowance and increase the StoreophoNlo. SMn4 by the A-GO-GO ;
, M..l. Co.. [L .9011 .
FLYING 'WEEKEND WARRIOR' Lt. Marshall E. Reeves card mailed periodically with allotment. The minimum Q" ,
proudly Ka&atumV {i ilCJ.! J Jse
the allotment checks; however, allotment. is $40.00 plus) the a- .
shows the plane that he flies each month to attend weekend form of legible notification bVF
any mount on the BAQ.credlt..In '
drills with his !!! ,squadron. will do. Insure that the noti both situations described above (-:: ;,

" "

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_ 'Blackbirds'' Reunited :atB'aU Inttrtst lit OH.

_, I.h
colorful history pad U "am Swings ,lends
In 1 keeping -;with. tridftlon action and accomplishment.Commissioned ,
new, were re united at their War II as the Black Knights. Boosted To 4.15%
annual ball held at the NAS Cecil VA -45 was decommissioned
ORF last Saturday night. M ur after the defeat of the axis President Johnson issued the
Guests attending ball were; powers. The next,call to service following statement last week on
Capt. and Mr J. S.,Christian ? r for the "Blackbirds" :was In increasing Interest rates onU.S.Savings .
son commander, replacement :'' i y r 17 rrn Korea where they furthered their Bonds .
carrier air wing four, and Cdr. 2+ 7 outstanding combat,record. VA *
announcing Increase -
"I today an
n and Mrs. M.A.Malan,command 45 decommissioned after am
in the interest on U. S.
officer of VA 44. and remainedin
ing the Korean war
Bonds from 3 3/4
Although all the officers and that status until called upon Savings
their ladies were dressed in the for the third time on Feb. 14, percent to 4.15 percent.
that 'the bonds
finest the outstandingoutfit
1963. that you have, and the bonds you
the traditional"Blackkirdu for combat
present was This time It was not
future,. will
the earn
buy in you
garb worn by the 7 a" duty, but to train new pilots for It fairer
more money. means a
number one "Blackbird", Cdr. the Fleet In the All Skyralder
millions of Am-
E. M. Porter squadron com- _, --J' their old friend from Korea. return for. those
mander officer. He was the SAMPLING THE "BLACKBIRD" BIRTHDAY CAKE are left to Early in April 1964, the ericans that are already enrolled.
j smash of the ball in his green right: Mrs. and Cdr. L. G. Bramley, squadron executive officer; ; "Blackbirds" made another first in the Savings Bond Program.And
it will
derby tails, boxing gloves and Mrs. and Capt. J. S. Christianson; Mrs. E.M. Porter; Mrs. and with a complete change of mis- millions I hope that of encourage to Join.
more you
shredded cigar. Mo// Murdoch, USA; and Cdr. E. M. Porter, squadron commandIng sion, aircraft and home base. "The Savings Bond Programis
As a time. honored tradition,the The squadron took on the new
youngest "Blackbird", Lt (jg) Officer. mission with ease,changing from both prudent and patriotic.It .
D.. O. Clark, cut the birthdaycake. combat instructors in the AIH is patriotic because it strengthens -
Porter. Cdr. Porter's prize to the music of the'ComFairJaxdance Skyralder, to Instrument instructors the security of your own fami
Door prizes were won by Mrs. was the bill for the party. band. in the TF9J Cougar Jet, ly. It is patriotic because it
Doris Chapman, wife of Lcdr. After cocktails and wonderful Along with the color of the com- and moving from NAS Jax to strengthens the economy of our
Sy Shapman' and Cdr. E. M. prime rib dinner all hands danced, manding officer's apparel goes a NAS Cecil. country, it supports our fight-
ing men in Vietnam who need to
be supported at this very hour,
The secret's in the sauce., and it supports the cause of
our freedom everywhere in the
thick rich
y sauce. world. It helps to preservethe
buying power of our American

,- dollars.
} ;
.' "And for all of these reasons,

H. 4 r, I believe that savings bonds are
the most Important investmentthat
any Americans can make.
I urge you to invest regularly
through the Payroll Savings
Plan at your office, your factoryor
your bank.
"Not all of us are called uponto

'.:.1 I ',.. fight for freedom in Vietnam,
but we can help in that cause
by strengthing our country and
*ip* by strengthening its econo-
here at home."

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By GySgt. Joel Ferguson _
,,,........ How can a retired Marine and ket in March 1962, and is now Mc.<;m. a watchmaker, added .- i. fr" '' 7... .-f'o1 y :9' 1: t"

a disabled Marine find happi- on sale across the nation. more ideas for the invention. .:, ,: /; .4
ness and make money In a worldof About the size of a packageof Davis and McGill both feel their
high finance and fierce competition cigarettes when deflated, invention will render a genuine
? Aqua-Aid is composed of a min- service to humanity. They cite
Easy. Just Invent a' push- iature
case containing pushbutton many cases where lives were
button life preserver that can firing pin, CO2 cartridge, lost that might have been savedif
be worn like a wrist watch and and a tough inflatable float. Ma- victims. had been wearing Aqua-
manufacture it. That's exact- terial for the float was developed Aid. '
ly what two imaginative old ship by Monsanto Chemical Co. They say their invention is
mates of mine did, and I was The polypropylene material used made-to-order for people who
pleased to hear their progress for the case is a product of work or play near water when
report when they visited Jacksonville Du Pont. time or circumstance does not y
recently.The When the button Is pushed, the permit wearing' the larger, con- ,
two former Leathernecks, firing pin pierces the CO2 cartridge ventional type'preservers.While r A YoNw
Daniel O. Davis of Wilmington.PRECISION inflating the air float and Aqua-Aid has been tailored -
-j: -Ii: : .:'Jt'1: .. to fit the wrist the inventors -,
; '
.r. ''I:
: : : : say it can also be attacked .
to the belt or carriedin Mir'fr '
; I .
rr : ._; 11. \ the hip or shirt pocket. They ,,
say it is ideal for sailors, fishermen _i Fi
or workers on offshoreoil

$ Some rigs. of their largest orders -/AVENTORSFormer. -Marinas Daniel/ Davis, lift, and Lan-

: have come from flyers. In one don G. McGill// demonstrate their Invention, Aqua-Aid, on /n-
order they sold a preserverfor datable life preserver thai can be worn on the wrist or belt./
every seat on an entire air The, device, now on' sale/ across the nafons no larger than a
line. Skin divers it
trigger package of cigarettes when deflated./ Aqua-Aid being manufactured -
; --.0' in deep water and ascend to the
surface slowly, thus avoiding at Davis and McGill's/// plant/ /In St. Pau/s/ N. C.
health hazards of rapid ascen- Notice/ deflated preserver on McGill's/// belt./

sion. And! so my old friends drove Itles and good reputations, it
,* c''f According to Davis, AquaAidis away in the rain. One worea occured to me that Davis and
: especially appealing to ,jirls Marine Corps honorable ser- McGill could make the Jet Set
who don't like wearing bulky vice lapel button and both .had yet. !
life preservers over their bewitching demonstrated their fidelity and
new bathing suits. faith in' an almost forgotten Pacific -
.. :l "Aqua-Aid won't distort their war. ''- *H l t
r"" ,. figures," Davis said. With CEDAR HILLS'lUNDlNG;
exceptional natural abUJlicCfllam -< llVtt
Where do they go from here? THEATRE '..." ,,,. ..
In this Illustration, all parts ot the wrist-type "Aqua-Aid has been selling for 77I-M55
life preserver are removed from the case. C02 cartridge drops $4.95, McGill said, "but with
into chamber in case; float Is screwed into recess at center new molding machinery we're STARTS FEI. 251!

of chamber, and other parts are locked into place by case cap. having installed in March, we

When/ button at top Is pushed, the firing pin pierces the C02 hope reduce With the the lower price con- FLORIST The greatest

cartridge, Inflating the air float and unsnapping lid which protects and less sales resistance at price the Complete Floral Services

float when not In use market place, we anticipate. anavalanche ORCHID CORSAGE? comedy ofall

.N. C, and Landon G, McGlll unsnapping a lid that protectsthe of orders." We Grow Our time!
of St. Pauls, N. C., formed St. bag when not in use-all in a "Don't forget "me when you Buy ownIj[ ] -
Pauls Manufacturing Co. seven matter of seconds. Inventor get to 'the top, I asked as and Save
left. e
..years ago after applying for patent Davis calls It "Instant Life".. they
"We wont: forget whenwe
rights to 'Aqua-Aidr copy- Insert another cartridge, deflate "anyone :
righted, trade name of their. in- and fold the float, and the get to the top, Davis re- 623111NN II if llvd.
vention. wrist can,be used a- plied, "we might meet. ',them on 0 > 771- 5-
preserver ", : v ;
Davis, who was with'the' first gain. provide maximum buoy- the wav down' f fc.t ;
wave of Marines to storm the ancy, the flaot has been engi- "
beaches of Guadacanal during neered to fit under the contoursof
World War II, retired as a gun- the neck and chin. WNDA 1
nery sergeant in 1961 after 20wars After inflation, the preservercan
of service. Mc.<;UI..a disabled be detached from the wrist, I 1 f h ,.
veteran, was fast-moving permitting full use of both hands. $
corporal before being wounded S25 to $600ON 'ti I tik'
during the invasion of Saipanwiththe It works just like it did in
2nd Marine Division.I a nightmare Davis had almost YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE -. .,
first met them while serv- eight years ago while still on Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
ing as editor of the Camp Le- active duty. He dreamed he was how much you want. Pick the cash at
C. Globe 1960.. and fell the up your
jeune (N. ) in fishing into water. convenience. Same-day service. "
With visions of riches and a rol- "It was extremely deep and
licking kind of K T. B rn'um rough water," Davis recalls, 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
enthusiasm, they came: to mydesk "and I thought I was a goner.
for an interview. Surpris- All of a sudden a ballon poppedout You Get Mo', Pmt You Get Mo..Pm.
ingly, they displayed the same of my watch and! I threw
high hopes at our reunion here. my arms over it and was buoyant $ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79
"So where's all the"money?", enough to hold me above the 151.80 9.00 427.51 21.00
Tasked.' water.' 25.00 '
"We haven't been invited to The idea of',using such a',device -. 219.27. 13.00, 500.5129.00: ,\ '
join the Jet Set,' McGill replied Intrigued Davis so much 286.73 '17.00 ,,600.0,34.39'() '' J8ek L.....

"but we're doing alright. that he spent the rest of those ... ,
We're still in business' early morning hours sketchinghis payments Include interest Natalie We i tl
They told me that followingtwo thoughts. Faced with the BlAKE( AWARDS
years of research and development problem: of how a preserver could DIALT "TIle Great
their preserver was "pop" out of a watch, Davis later ,
introduced to the Florida 'mar consulted."his friend McGill. lace"

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pops the vinyl float.

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February 24, 1966

I f Jacksonville Area Civil Service News 11

..j NJCGA TOURNAMENT Bill To Save Back Pay


NAS Jacksonville CivUl- CommitteeWASHINGTON
an Golf Association conducted a Goes To

flag-tournament at the Pine Tree
Golf Course on Feb. 22, 1966 Senate Post by employees when they retire
eorge Washington's birthday Office and Civil Service subcom- H. R. 969, Introduced by Rep
The President, Mr.LeroyBjork- mittees this week were scheduled John W. Byrnes ( R., Wis.,)
man, reports that there was an to hold public hearings on This bill would redetermine an-
enthusiastic turn out of 34 four House-passed measures nuities of certain re employed
entries and that a good time was one of which would insure liberalized annuities. The bill covers a
had by allWinners. back pay to federal employees small group of persons, with
were: Nearest to who are restored to their the minimum of five years federal -
4 pin on 1## 6 Van McLean; jobs after unjustified removal ac- service,who were not cover
Longest drive from #/ 10 tee ed by a 1960 law which definedre

Paul Anderson tion.Three of the bills to be con- employment; policies for an-
Longest putt on V 18 Bobiuskey sidered passed the House on nuitants.

Feb. 10, 1965, the other passedon 11. R..1746, Introduced by
Hi Gross Score Charles October 5. Rep. Morris K. Udall (D. Ariz.,)

Hawkins Senator Jennings RandolphD.( The measure defines the term
Lo Net Victors Usinghe
"child" for lump sum
W. Va.), chairman the Subcommittee payment
Calloway Handicap System)
on Civil Service announced purposes under the RetirementAct.
AT A RECENT CEREMONY In his office, Captain John R. Ray Kennedy and Jim Vearil that his group will hold hearingson It is aimed at clarifyingthe
Mackroth with 73's; Jack Plew. George Feb term because of a conflictin
Commanding Officer, HAS Jacksonville, presented the back-pay measure on
Mr. Clayton J. Perry and Mr. Morris H. Ellison, devices to Barton and, Tracy Frank Reiter Sechrest,Gerald wid74's ruary 17. The bill (H.R. 1647)) some states as to who Is

commemorate their more than 30 years of service to the Federal ; Charley Adams, Bill Mor- 'was introduced last year by Rep. eligible to Inherit amounts payable
under the Retirement Act.
Beckworth D., Tex.)
Government. Captain T. Washington, Jr., Overhaul and Re- ris, Rod Pinney, Jim Morgan, Lindley !
pair Officer, attended the presentation. Bob Bowling, Bill Magnum and Approved by the House last

Elbert Pullum, with 75's. February 10, Beckworth's bill Annual Check
The awards will be presented would consolidate and liberalize
at the next meeting of the Association present law on payment of sal,
I EBUY SAVINGS BONDS I which will be announced ary to an employee who has been OR Post AttackRegistration
by officials at a later removed from his federal position
ate. and later reinstated as the

result of a successful ,appeal.
The bill would give restored
At least annually '
INAne employees for the period attention will be called to the
'Roving Employe* Praised they were off the payroll: "an
Can information provided on your Department -
You amount commensurate with the
For Eleven Years Federal amount of all or any part of of Defense Emergency
Servicevarious Instruction Card (DD Form 886-
TAKE YOUR CAR the pay, allowances, or differen-
WITH YOU ? tials, as applicable which such 1, Jan. 1, 1963)). Please read this
For Financing aid Insurance A much traveled Civil Service positions during her 11 officer or employee normally card and check It for accuracy.
Stateside and Overseas. Call Employee finally slowed down years of service."It would have earned during such Keep your emergency Instructioncard
DYER M. BURR Tuesday long enough to receivea period if such personnel action with you at all times.

GOVERNMENT" EMPLOYEES letter of commendation from is most gratifying to had,not occured,less any amounts NRTC Gainesville. Florida,
FINANCE CORPORATIONand Captain Thomas B. Ellison for pre- has been designated as the em-
sent this letter in recognition of earned by him through other
11 ,of Federal service. ergency, relocation center, for
years the employment during such period.
contributions have madeto
INTERNATIONAL you NAS Jacksonville This is not
SERVICE Josephine Larosa, who works NATTC" Captain Ellison Credit for any leave accrual '
INSURANCE considered .an evacuation
in would
the cirricular section at said. Presentation ceremonieswere >> during the removal period NAS
.5615 Ttmuquana Rd. 771-0527 NATTC School, has traveled performed by Commander be limited to avoid employees center. Jacksonville per-
around the holding gaining more than the maximum sonnel will regroup at NRTC
country William J. Tutwiler, Super- Gainesville only if this stationis
leave they are normally author-
intendent of AE School. damaged beyond operational

ized.Under law restored effectiveness or upon order of
present ,
WP CoteW Miss Larosa has been employed employees receive "compensation the Commanding Officer. Gen-
1eAT / eral evacuation,is no longer con-
by the Central Intelligencein for all or any part of the
Washington, D. C., the Internal period of such suspension or sidered feasible due to the limited -

Revenue Bureau in Jacksonville, termination in an amount not egress from NAS Jackson-
IsM to exceed the difference between ville and probable traffic con-
.t Volkswagen/. the NAS Dispensary and The gestion from Jacksonville.
the amount such would
!. Sire T* See Us.i.r. Yes Ivy A Used YW NATTC rary. At school> Technical Lib- normally have earned person. at Civilian employees only: If
the rate he was receiving on the unable to report to the assigned -
date of suspension. or termination assembly area report to the
She is a native of New Britain,
Connecticut and the interim net nearest functioning military act-
VW Station has livedin
Wagons Florida for 10 years. earnings of such person." ivity. If, after reporting to a
Beckworth's bill, therefore, military installation other than
1965 Std. Wag., Like new.; . . .$1895 would include "all" compensation Navy and installation is unableto
1962 Deluxe Wag., R&II, clean . .$1295 an employee would have contact the Navy Dept., go
to the nearest Post Office and
received including allowances
1963 Double Cabin Pickup, R&II.$1195 "Doctor, I'm having" 'the most differentials, or secure, fill our and mail a
terrible dreams, a woman
Federal Employees RegistrationCard.
1964 Texas Camper Complete. $1795 told her psychiatrist. "I walk The other bills will be considered .
down Main Street with noth, together at a hearingon
February 18 before the Sub-
jig on except a big flow-
KARMANN GIIIAS ered hatl""That committee on Retirement, head- # # # #
1965 Ghia, R&II, air cond., like new. .$2195 is distrubing." the ed by Sen. Gale W. McGee (D.

1965 Ghia. K&II. clean . . .$1895 doctor"It said. Ter..,) The bills are: Michel Jazy, French middle distance -

1964 Ghia, R&II . . . .$1695 man replied.certainly'"Nobody is, the wo- H. R. 158, introduced by running champion on his

1963 Ghia ,Conv., R&II . > .$1495 big flowered hats this wears time RepJoe R. Pool ( D., Tex.). unusual training table habits:"An
It would permit athlete is like a pregnant wo
of recovery
year JOHN
1964 1500: S Sedan SHOTWELL
R&II.$1695VW Family Weekly the government, through deductions man. I take food I want. I
SEDANS from retirement annuities, drink my apertif and my whisky.I .

1965 VW Sedan R & II. . '. .$1495 .. of? money owed the government drink two glasses of wine with

1964 Sunroof, R&II, air cond. . .$1495 food, smoke cigarettes if I
FEIUARY SPECIAL If I feel like eating sauerkraut -
1964 Sunroofs, 3 to choose from . .$1350 I'll eat ,it.". '1-Q-t

1963 Sunroof, R&II . . . .$r95: SHRIMP DINNER

1962 Sunroofs, R&II, 3 to choose from. $995: YOU
1961 Sunroof, extra clean, R&II. :;: o' .; .$895 : .

j 1963 Sunroof R&II . '. ;$1195 Open Dally We make

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,-riJ.' '"Fefcrwary: 24, 1966 ." .'"it''''iJAX ,MR NEWS/AFTERBURNER:: 7

I :: ('IfYaAsktJs9 NATTC : BillE". PROOF ,,


Cassius Clay,alias Muhammed R. S. Perrymore, PHI "No, Behind The Scene rni'MW s
'AH, alias "The Greatest,"alias I do not think, he should be ;
the Heavyweight Boxing Champ drafted. He
ion of the World? ? ? ?, has once failed the test By Idell Fondingsland, ,SN
again copped the headlines. His before the pas-
most recent battle is with the sing score was The NATTC Orchestra Is now more talent available if he can
selective board and they seemto lowered and if preparing for its debut. The 12 just get them to come out.
have won the first round. "If "he retook it I piece orchestra, managed by Chief Segar said that the orchestra -
Ya Ask Us" queried NAS Jax feel sure he Chief Segar of AE School is plans to sponsor a dancein
personnel this week concerningtheir would fail it progressing rapidly with each the near future but nor tentative
views on "the Champ under the new PERRYMORE Tuesday night rehearsal at dates have been set.
versus the Military." grading system. There are many Rosenthal Gym. Previously
Sam Danner, MM3, "I other draft eligibles that have practice was held three timesa . . .
don't think he is better than used the same avenue for week but, since most of the
else. dodging military service. Until musicians are students, it had to The honor students for the week
There anyone the draft boards can design a be cut to once a week. of Feb. 14 are : ,,John E. Camp-
other profes are fool proof mental test for Membership in the orchestrais bell, AN, of, AE "A" School
sionalathletics draftees, they have no choice not restricted to NATTC per- Steven L. Feary, AOAA of AO
that have been but to reject the people who fail sonnel or even military per- "A" School, and GySgt. Ralph
drafted and even though some have obviously sonnel. One member of the T. White of A/CMRSchool. Class
there will be failed on purpose." orchestra is a dependent.The 547 is the AO "A" honor class
more. I don't Kern L. Thompson, PH2 orchestra was scheduledto and AE "A" class 539 won the co* yotJ ST Y
think it will DANNER "Definitely yes. Why should he make its debut on ValentinesDay competition for the third time. 'ItsytXJ }JAPE MY
not be drafted? What special but due to an outbreak of I IL .
hurt boxing if he is drafted. Clayis Congratulations COOKJpJC
consideration should the heavyweight flu it had to be postponed. No
to be the
suppose greatest date has been for their
champion new set
person in the world and is not have? He isa first and they are now '
appearance Quarles Named NATTCServiceman'
afraid of anything, but he seemsto
be afraid of going into the pugilist so engagements.
let him fight Their music is mostly the old I
Army. for something standard "Stan' Kenton" type '

Gene L. Cheesman AA worth fightingfor. music. Chief Segar says that For January I
EvenTom he plans to make several combos
"The I look at It,there -
way __
is two sides'to Harnon knows from the main orchestra. Luther D. Quarles AKl Quarles has, been assigned to
the If Cassius Is no HOMPSO Though developing well ,the received the Naval Air Technical AE Schools' Material Section,
you story.look from idiot. Who knows, maybe he will band, is looking for a vocalistand Training Center's "Servicemanof he has shown himself to be an
the standpoint become a great war poet." Chief Sagar that there is the Month" award: for Januarythis outstanding petty officer' in all

of boxing, I believe L mornin. The presentation respects. His devoted attention
this wouldbe ,. was made by Capt. Thomas, B, to,Dom professional and military
a defeat for Ellison, NATTCs Commanding duties was reflected in the AE
boxing en 1 New Books at Library I I Officer. School Material Section being
thusists. But CHEESMANon Quarles is the petty.officer in awarded a verbal grade of ;Out
the other hand, he is just as ,- charge of NATTCs Aviation standing in the 1965 annuafAdmlnstrative i
human as you and I and has an MARACABO MISSION by F. Van the Wentworths' ancestral man- Electrician's Mate Schools' Material Inspection
obligation to his country. I will Wyck Mason. A new ,adventure sion in the south of England, Material Section., In this posi- conducted by Chief of Naval Air
leave it up to the selective story which takes the redoubtable coping with family fuerkJ and tion he maintains accounts of Technical Training Staff." '
service they know more about Colonel North to the shoresof problems of Inheritance along expenditures and operates a The letter also stated that in than I do anyway." Lake Maracaibo and to a the way., highly efflcent custody card sys- addition to his military and pro-
smuggled sabotage machine highIn fessional duties, Quarles' civic
the Andes Mountains. With tem.For his selection as "Ser pride is evidenced by his active ,
Robert McMahon, PN3 "As their incredible weapon Russian SO THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO viceman of the Month" Quarles participation as a Deacon and
far as I am concerned C1a agents aim to cripple Mara-, CHARLIE MOE by,Douglas,Wal, received a $50,00 ''U:S. Savings Sunday School Superintendentof
.. isn't ,any different calbo's refineries, topple the lop; Charlie ,Moe is the ,new- Bond,' ''a free trip to senic St. : the Evangel Assembly God
'; than the democratic regime, and to establish -; est sensation 'in pro football, Augustine -' ,courtesy of Jack Church in Jacksonville* ':rAfter
rest of us. He a base In the' Western quarterback of theAFLChampIons sonville's U. 'S. '0. and the St. the' ceremony Captain
should 'be hemisphere. North must find ready to star in the his- Augustine Chamber of Com Rllison noted, that Quarles efforts -
drafted in the and destroy that weapon.NO toric first playoff game betweenthe merce for himself and his to remain current, in his
service. There American and National Lea- family, a letter of commendation. rate have resulted in him been
have been a lot ROOM FOR BEARS by Frank gues. But he suffered a minor His letter of commendationsaid advanced to AKC effective April
of other great Dufresne. A first '- class col- head injury in the final game of "During the three years 16 of this year. 1\ the McMAHON lection of lore and anecdotes the season, and after leaving the
service such as Ted Williams about bears, by a fisherman, locker room he Is seen no mort.
and others. I wouldn't particularly hunter and 'naturalist who was A sportswriter tracks him down,
enjoy working with him, long the director of the Alaska and learns that Charlie is surrounded -
because I couldn't stand to Game Commission. Some of by gangsters who want
hear him yack his jaw all day. his true stories of adventureswith him to throw the big game.,
Also he said he was the Greatestand bears are boisterously fun- : .' /,.- ,
wasn't afraid, of anybody, ny, some blood chilling. AN ODOR OF SANCTITY by l' % ,
.yet he asks "Why Me?" I Frank Yerby. ,A historical novelof a -
think he is afraid he might be THE MARRIAGE OF DATH-: Spain in the 10th century. The ii'
sent to Viet Nam. ERINE by D. E. Stevenson. Miss hero is a young Visigoth named 1 ,
Stevenson takes two of her most Alaric, heir to a minor feudal
appealing characters and starts kingdom in Castile. He is cap
,'J. M. Kugler, AE3 "I think them off on their honeymoon., tured by Islamic Arabs and event
Clay should be drafted becausehe Katherine Wentworth and Alec ually becomes a noble in Islamic 9W7 is
is no dif MacLaurin move from an Idyl- Cordoba, but finally is trans- I i
ferent' thanev- lic setting in the Scottish Highlands formed to a martyred Christian.
ery other first to Edinburgh, then to saint in Seville. ;
bodied young Ameri-able "' ,8 --4

can that is
being drafted 785. .
today. After
hearing him KUGLERtalk

and reading articles about Start saving now before it's that he is mentallyfit
him, I believe '
for military duty, and after ,; ;
seeing him fight, in the ring, t ,:;it "
I know he is physically fit. So Ji 'i..:, .
why should he be passed over?" 'r 6 M, ; ,

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I. Gun-Slingers Put In Lola Hours Of Practice At NAS Cecil I IAs

the cowboy legend goes one mean western gun slinger was Their biggest worry isn't' about getting shot in the back duringa ''Mwtj w "i. .n.. .:
plugged in the back while sitting in a quiet poker game. poker game. Their worry is whether they can get in enough: .. "' '.. '.. .' :! : tion at the meet. the sea service had failed to cope many of the top they have fired in this year, took six first places and two seconds .
From the legend one can derive a number of morals. If you area part time shooting to knock the bull out of a target when it comes ": :.. .;j\t\'! j'ry4.,, ,.:.:\ honors. at the Orlando dub of Central Florida's' annual 2700 shoot: ;t
mean gun slinger with a reputation,, always keep your backto < time for competive shooting.Lt. \ ,..4 :""r r Pistol shooting, according to Mr. Betts, Is a very demanding Out of 50 shooters ,Lt. C. L. Betts of VF 62 copped a first and :
a wall.. Another might be., that if you carry .a gun as part of C. L. Betts,. the team captain and an Expert Class shooter, -; .. Ib'' '.. ." It the takes much two seconds in the. Expert Class. Betts fired 818 out of a possible -. -, ,
your full time business you had better be ready to use it. estimates that the team will fire 50,000, rounds of ammunition : r i ":' '. sport. For the person who wants to master sport 900. 19x to win .the ,centerfire shoot. In the .45 caliber.phase ,
From here we will let the reader. draw ''his own conclusions and in practice and competition before the year is over. The memberswill i .{'" time and practice. Betts ,took a second// with an ..816 20x.' ,In'the overall score. l he {
I moral observations about the ""good guys" and the "bad guys"mentioned travel as a team or as Individuals to about 50 matches this : 'j 'The lieutenant estimates that the' average competitive shooter finished second with a 2458Six..... ., J..
)' in the proceeding legend. should put' in about t an hour a d day y on the range, 20 minutes a'day Lt. (Jg) E. White from VC-4 tOOK two'first''place's s lathe,Sharp .
I/ The men pictured on this have somewhat of for year.The If''''. and .half days week in competition He' the .45 caliber with 737-lOx''and first (
page a reputation whole year of practice, travel, and shooting matches is ri'',:',, dry y firing, and about .two one a shooter r Class. won a a
\ being shooters. But they are only part time gun slingers. They aimed at one event as far as shooting as a competive is !: '....' against other shooters to gain the profficency and mental attitute in the overall scoring with a 220751x.T. I I
.I are members, of the NAS Cecil Field pistol team. concerned, the National Matches at Camp Perry,Ohio needed for the big meets.. That figures out to nearly 100 hours a C. Andreas won the .22 caliber class and the .45 caliber
t This the granddaddy of American shooting, is an event-that the month devoted to shooting. honors for the Marksman class. He fired a 779-llx and 698-8x .!..
I Navy has never done well in. Camp Perry as the site of the Nationals respectively.. .
goes back to 1911. It brings together the best shooters both Then there is the factor of expense. Mr. Betts thinks the The next shoot for the Cecil gunners will be the Dixie duringthe
: Z,8 8--:? and civilian, in the country. Until last year when Don, Hamilton military -, average shooter has about $$350 invested' in his pistol equipment.Amunition, first,part of March..
aren't the biggest cost.
a Naval Aviation Ordnanceman. boosted the Navy's' But guns, cases, and telescopes
adds into dollars and cents.
travel and meet expenses are what up
HUME BULDERS$ INCModel A competitive shooter usually fires in three classes; ..22 caliber, THE E OLD CHIEF I SAYS:
.38 calllber, and ,.45 caliber. The last two are centerfire, the amo
\ .'" can be reloaded as long as the shooter has the equipment, can find -
:" .' the casings, and the brass isn't' damaged.The .

I r- I Navy picks up the tab when ever the team is representingthe 0. liberty
II service. In other cases, though, when the individual or the team i
I j fires in other competition the person must foot his own expenses. % ...It''t ftrtt.,$.

r LT From the time and costs Involved in becoming a part time
L. shooter it can be surmized that our cowboy at the start of this story
I LT was trying to pick up some traveling expenses at the card table I y". till$ IaR t tI.
when he should have been doing some verycompetitiveshooting with f fy
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handled six shooters.
) pearl .

but the NAS Cecil Field pistol[ team "brought I.
Pardon expression : '
y yr,
home the bacon' again. .
The Cecil shooters, who have not failed to win honors in a matchoLt1 .

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f' Indian ArtFeatured At I 'Bits & Pieces'For 1 I

jiqIIT Local GalleryThe Women 1'.

ifIiiIIYi ii ''iiIat Cummer Gallery of Art By Marge Beaucfiamp
opened (Its exhibit on "American
Indian Art and Artifacts" last
With all the cosmetic news going and your eye make-up for nightare
Tuesday, Feb.,15. The exhibit 'a-la natural' these days, two entirely different things.
( will run through March 13.
more and more women are walking -
+ Pieces in the exhibit are taken NAIL CARE
f from the Pearsall Collection, the streets with what appears
ff to be clean, well-scrubbed faces.
f many of which are 100 years But the truth of the matteris Nail biting has been the plagueof
old. The collection features
tLT1 that today'smodernwomenarewearing nervous women for generationsand
items made from various mat-
more make-up than ever breaking that habit is as dif-
erials, such as slate totem poles
but using it properly to induce ficult as trying to stop smok-
which stand about 15 18
that natural look. ing. Here is a possible solu
THE BUD CLARK QUARTET Is back together again alterBud's high.
six-week with/ VP-45 Arfofc A/osfeo./ The You can be sure that when it tion. Each time you have your
deployment Also featured are wooden carv- also
Quartet plays frequently of the/ various clubs aboard the sta- ed canoes complete with figures, is assisted overly nature obvious with that the you mar-have have hair a done manicure professionally, no matter how

I ffon. They/ are; Jimmy Edwards, drums, Bud Clark, Trumpet, modeled houses of the differentdwe1l1n'gs velous beauty aids available and short your nails are. With
Ted Dombroskl, Bass, and Vem Henderson piano. Chuck Suttervtatte of tribes, dolls and necessary Intoday's society,then proper care, your nails become

has replaced Jimmy Edwards at the drums. pipes Although, and blankets.not much informationon you are over doing it. stronger, thus reducing breakingand
arrived A little 'nice to know trickI the urge to bite. As weeksgo
------------- the exhibit had by find that it is
picked up recently for a natural by you will
time, it Is known that some
press finish to make-up (is to less embarrassing to face tha
of the artifacts come from the
manicurist. Adding a dish of
apply all yourmakeupfrombaseto
Hopi tribe of southwestern Flori-
J powder, let it set for a few gelatin dessert to your menu
p.1 da.This exhibit, as well as the minutes, then pat your face with each day will also help.
permanent collection of the gal- cool water. This gives the fin-
lery and the formal gardens, is ished product that oh, so pop- ASK FOR ADVICE
open to the public Tuesday ular' dewy look.
: through Saturday from 10 Whenever you buy beauty aids,
5 p.m., and Sunday 2 insure that they are right for you.
\ 5 p.m. The gallery is closed on LIPSTICKLipsticks Most leading stores have trained
Monday. cosmeticians who are'anxious to
;' ':', ),." are pale and creamy,
'.'II,., ; ',' assist you in any way they can.
but there are some women who
". "'I. 'J. 'F) have the problem of making it SOCIAL BITS

I'l last. When you': apply your lip-
At stick (it is best to use a brush)
The NAS Jax Navy Exchangehas
;':"'-4" let it set a few minutes, then
scheduled a series of Spring
; all with clean
: !' remove you can a
Fashion Shows featuring swim
\ tissue, then re-apply. This will
L and ofJamous brand
p' add life to the application, but sports wear
In addition the fashions -
names. to
keep checking through the dayto there will be cosmetic
insure that your lips are e-
Yew demonstrations by Max Factor
venly covered and retouch when
and Revelon representatives and
ncct'ssary. wig demonstrations. The schedule -

t EYES is as follows: Thursday,Feb. '
24, NAS Jax Officers Club at
I Your eyes can be your Biggest 7 7 P.M. ; Tuesday, March 8, Cecil -
.'beauty 'asset5 with,the help :of Field's Enlisted: Men's Club
'properly>applted! eye_cosmetics. at 7:30 P.M. ; and the NASJax ,
1 Eye-liner: is great'for'that big Blue Jackets Inn. Thursday,

eyed innocent look, but the dark, March 10 at 9 P.M. There Is
heavily lined Cleopatra eyes are no admission and all Navy Exchange -
.w out. False eye-lashes are on patrons are urged to
4 n the scene in a big way, but be attend. All fashions that will
sure and trim them to, a length available in Jacksonville area
that is proper for you. Remem- Navy Exchanges. Door prizes
I I ber, your eye make-up for day ,will be presented at each,show.


POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK on McDUFF of BEAVER Hamilton practices a dance
step on a California, beach

, while rehearsing for a /nove.SWD ''S 14 r it,'

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MR. CHARLES R. MEYER, Display Manager for the HAS Jax

Navy Exchange, presents the models from the Bauder Fashion

Career College and Finishing School, who will show the designs -

From $ Per month, at the Navy Exchange Spring Fashion Shows.

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Movies '' : Club SchedulesHAS

SYAVlsY''s ,'n?,.;}i. ?}, {SSSa .'
Movies will be shown regularly ;; : 1:':::: a'} :JaJ'rr.y.

at 7 p.m., Monday through JAX y I
Saturday. The hospital will have :: ..: ....... .g....g, :; J.: '.."nL
one feature on Sunday at 7 p.m. "0" CLUB- Music % % ::h % ;ili'.1m;; %\ M1 1:;+::1:1::'::: ::;::11\5.1.::1M1::kivhr f:':v':{:;: ::::: : : ;:: : ::r7r:f

Cecil Field will have two shows day will be provided
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Clubmen with the "
be mailed to the Molt Publishing Company,
P.M. Matinees will be shownon Kats" appearing on Hwy, Jacksonville., Florida, 32207 to arrive
week ends at 2 and 5 P.M. March 4th, it will be Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Thursday, February 24 by the MoonLiters and too late for this deadline will be published
Jellnek will play on week unless the publisher is instructed other
NAS Law of the Lawless Tuesday Is foreign or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Bruce Cabot Barton McClane featuring gourmet WITH, the copy for the ad.

Hospital -,You Must Be Joking- many lands. Italian
Mike Callan Lionel FefferiesC. be the foreign dish DO NOT-SEND CASH
Field Dr. Goldfoot & The 1st. : charge ((3 lines). . . .$2.00
Bikini Machine Vinclnt Price line ((4 words per line]. . '. .'0.50

Susan Hart ..........

Friday, February 25 CPO CLUBThe
NAS Billy Bud -PeterUstinov "4" will have the Redecorated kitchen
over block 3 j BR, home
Robert Ryan Friday night at the equipped $110. mo. Orange
: Irg. den, bit.-
Hospital Where Love Has On Saturday the "Kings and dishwasher, Park Realty, 264.2411
Gone Susan Hayward Mike will supply. the
ConnersC. Three bands will be ,-lrg. .sacrifice, NEW HOMES 3 SR, 2 B.. con-
Field Master Spy Steve on Sunday. The venient to NAS & Cecil Field.
Murray June Thorburn play for the teenage Call Page Asplnwall, CPO (Ret.)
be held from 3 to 6 representing Naval Personnel
Saturday, February 26 ing at 7:30 Mark .
Panel dens wA\Stockton, Whatley, Davin & Co. :
NAS The Gorgon Peter be held from 3 to heat & A/C,"",1Ph. 771-1241 'or 356-7371
Gushing, Christopher Lee Afternoon dancing in .
Hospital Law of the Lawless will be by the Stra :."pymts
Bruce Cabot, Barton McClaneC. 3 to 6 P.M. BKR. POODLE CLIPPING: Professional -
Field You Must Be Jok- Mark Castle will play 356.2462 training by New York
ing Mike Callan Lionel Jef- School of Dog Groomico.; 771 -
feries 0215. Puppies and Stud Service.

Sunday, February 27 Henderson will provide : Free consulta- RENT OR SELL:: 4 BR, 2 B.
NAS The Blob .- Steve Mc- on Friday and the a week.Homes range&even p'cell value,DUKE
Queen Earl Rowe play on Saturday Down. Equities, LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374
Hospital Billy Bud Peter Dale McBride .Homeslte
Ustinov Robert RyqanC. the big feature for Investments.
Field Where Love Has at the club.BLUEJACKETS. Reg. Bro- FOR SALE: FORCED AIR SPACE
Gone Susan Hayward, Mike 384 1376 HEATER slightlyused. Fan,auto
thermostat, heats entire house.
Conners ********** '
$49. CALL BENNY, 771-0750
Monday, February 28 INN- FROM $100

NAS A Rage of Life Sus- tonight will, be to the USN/RETS An' FURN APT: FOR RENT 2 BR.
ann Plushette Bradford Dillman on Friday it will be Mills. ORANGE 5 mil to Cecil, $75. includes
Hospital The Gorgon Peter Cay. March Wilson ; 264 2411. water, sewage', garbage, sales
Gushing Christopher LeeC. tax, auto washer hook-up. call
Field Law of the Lawless SANTA FE Mrs. O'Neal 3898043.

Bruce Cabot. Barton McClane ft. deep, high .>j FOR:i ; RENT" i : 2BR' comp. furn.

Tuesday,:March 7 beach .100 ft. house, incl,. A/Cy;TV etc, conv.
i- {>;, .'. J' tk( %,tank2"deep- to schools &"NAS 264-6884 '
11/2" water
NAS In Harms Way John
ft. 'down lot
Wayne Kirk Douglas Patricia
Neal er'M'done excellent clean & comft, adults, $50. utilit
Keystone incl. 4158 Shirley, EV7-5789
Hospital The Blob Steve Starke short
McQueen Earl Rowel
' 'road. $8,500
l\\ Field Billy Bud Peter ,
after 7 PM ,
heal condition air conditioned,
, Ustinov, Robert Ryan !
t auto/trans R&H good tires,
r t Wednesday, March 2 .$175.00 PH 765 4183 after
Burt Lancaster 6:00
NAS The Trail $15
Pamela Tiffin ,,left In stor
Hospital A Rage of Life FRENCH fully elec
COMET S/S rig,dac-
Suzarin Plushette Bradford Dill- SALAD S complete
ron.sails, 2 life vests 3 HP
man Yours for
C. Field The G rgon.- Peter ;; Only $15 each. outboard/' st offer. 26i-
Gushing Christopher Lee CHILI 353-,1946. will 2987 f
A 1
Thursday, March 3
Company .
771-7970 103rd & -
The Kitchen \
NAS Zibra In
Jay North Martin Milner 2B, good condition fenced yard
Hospital In Harms Way FORD PARK AREA, 1 Blk to school near shopping
John Wayne Kirk Douglas Patricia -, BR,house clean NAS, Cecil 3933 AldingtonDr.
Neal YOUR ', fenced back Ph 771 -, 9211
The Blob Steve
C. Field $75 mo. 1417
McQueen Earl Rowe TO VISIT ONE Ph 389 '- 4035

NAS Play It Cool Billy
FEATURING < 781 -0581 if no ans. 384 -
Fury Shopior '
Hospital The Trail Burt WITH YOUR : STENOS, .6457
Lancaster Pamela TiffinC. pperators
Field A Rage Of Life temp." assign. IMpSUp'
Ford 64 SPT. loaded
Suzann Plushette Bradford Dill- a v'a 11 a b 1 e.
356 327 V 8, $2195.00 will take
man Bldg. trade and finance LES WALKER
Hy }T 771 6601

lAX Black EFF. APTS. FURN., all util.,
G shot tags 2 unites So. of NAS call 388-
r SS Lr Please call ext. ends.9725 after 5:30 P. M. or wk.



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e e lry, ?4h.M preparation of their lesson plans.
by furnishing them with a ,ready-
source of current reference
JAX MARINES material. The magazines are indexed -
by subject and may be

ySgt.. Joel ForetisonFT checked out for limited periods.
\ Of particular interest this
I r 400 the Army'snew
i'I month are articles on

M AR -18 rifle(a modification
.ra l INSIGNIAThe SAMARITANHow / of the famour AR 15 now being
used In Viet Nam) and one in the
Aviation Detachment is does a lady in ,distress American Rifleman on the wea-
currently embarked on a projectto manage when ( 1 ) she has a pons and tactics of the British
reproduce a large assortment flat tire near NATTC Headquarters Army.
of aviation squadron insignias.The at a busy intersection, The latter article has an excellent -
? l reproductions, in full color and ((2)) the car wheel is locked section on night firing and,
"r and over 20 inches in diameter, against the curb. night vision techniques recently'
will be used to decorate bar- How does she manage? JOCM developed by the British.

"JUST CALL ME SARGE" Newly/ promoted Sgt. Earl Pemll- racks areas and detachment Bill Prosser sees her, parks For those interested in the Stoner
also his car, Jacks her car and
will up
headquarters. Copies family of now being
ton displays his new stripes for other Marines who received her That's how. weapons
be made decorationsfor changes tire.
to use as the Marine
combat tested by
recent promotions. From left, they are LCpl Ronald M. Kro-
the various Marine Corps anniversary -
vitz/ LCp// Joseph/ Boec/ier/ Cp//. Michael J. Mlllenheft, LCpl. celebrations. ANOTHER FIRST, Corps, the March is available 1964 issue with of
the Gazette a
Keith G. Dorsett, Cpl./ Charles E. Brady and LCpl. GustavoM. What the project needs at pre- Army OV IB Mohawk air- full run down on the complete
Portelo./ When Headquarters Marine Corps announced a pro sent, however, is more colored craft have been refueled in flight
motion Increase governed by tables of organization, LtCoL. /. squadron cloth patches or other for the first time, using Marine
E. Lovette, Commanding Officer of Marine Air Reserve illustration in color. If you have Corps KC 130F tankers, Army DEFINITIONSFrom

Training Detachment, had a path worn to his desk as he happily such colored patches or illustrations Material Command announced MSgt. Walter Stewart,
promoted his men. "They justly deserve'the new stripes," on one of your old squad- Feb. 3.The Marine Combat Correspondent
the colonel said. rons, bring It to the Career Ad- refueling test were con- now serving at Da Nang, we've
rons, bring it to the Career ducted at airspeeds between 135 received the following obser-
Advisory/Information off Ice. and 190 knots, at altitudes rang-
vations and definitions on life
o. topside bldg. #572. We'll makea ing from 5,000 to 15,000 feet.
in Viet Nam
big color reproduction and return Thr KC 130 tanker used a
it to you within four or five "high drag" paradrogue assem- Rice paddies, thigh deep in mud
days. bly.Modification and water created by monsoon
DEADEYEThe of the Mohawkfor rains will literally suck the boots
inflight refueling can save off your feet.
rifle marksmanship of thousands of dollars in dis No deodorant known will overcome -
SSgt. Irving B. Tchakirides of mantling and shipping costs the five days of combatin
Cherokee, N. C. as reported and will enable the plane tomove this tropic climate.
from Viet Nam last monthwouldput rapidly to battle zones, arriving Torment is in direct ratio to
', > .v: Davy Crockett shame. in combat ready condition. the length of time which passes

between knowing there is leechin
Spotting a Viet Cong guerilla NEW LIBRARYThe
your boot and the moment at
running across the rice paddies latest issues of Leatherneck which the patrol column pauses
some 900 yards away, Tchaki- Marine Corps Gazette,Armor long enough to get it out.
rides whose normal is
weapon Infantry, U S. Naval Hell hath no fury like a night-
a .45 Cal. pistol, grabbed a
Institute Proceedings, American long ambush operation to an inveterate -
rifle, the elevation knoba
gave Rifleman, Time, and Newsweekare smoker.
twist and droppedthe
vigorous now available in the The is
pro- "living jungle" truly
Viet with
running Cong one
Hi shot., fessional periodicals library alive with ants, mosquitos,
recently opened in the MAD leeches and bugs, the latter withan
I I The M 14 rifle used by Training Section. affinity for inner ear hiding.A .
4I. Tchakirides is normally con- The primary purposes of the command post must meet two
4 sidered accurate to only about library: is to assist general military requisites: be on high ground and
This is a helping hand. 460 yards. subjects instructors in the be located in a bramble patch.
Dread is a Marine wading
.X : II- I : 'II. I -eo' .. through a waist deep rice paddy,

: ..H: You get one free J wondering stream will how be. deep the next I

with loan : w. An infantry officer is a college
', k
every graduate who lives in a soggy
hole In the ground.His .
from C.I.T. troops are sometimes less''
educated men who do the same.
.. Vietnamese mountains are
ryl' never less than four hours and

L In fact, you may get two helping hands. We try mighty three buckets of sweat high.
Ideology is lost upon a man'whose
hard to fit the loan to your needs. You may need moneyto family has not eaten to-

pay solve personal problems..for emer day.Nothing

gencies.Whatever'your need, remember that Universal is more comfortingto
the wounded Marine than the
C.I.T. is the place to go for quick, convenient.service. knowledge that a hospital corpsman -

Need cash? Come in and see us. We're always happy. to .M1 ,will brave enemy fire to tend

lend a helping hand. him.
In this war, the rifleman does
e OVER 450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO.COAST. not have to wonder whether the
aircraft he hears in the distanceis

'. While the confrontations Marines -
'". ;..... LOANS TO $3OOO. .,' and Viet Cong are of much
BESIDE''' HIMSELF/ .. MSgt. :Loren Gregerson, left, Aviation shorter duration than those experienced ,"
:' CASH YOU oaT Electrician School Marine Liaison NCO, reads, a meritoriousmast in World War II and

Monthly 31 30 24 citation commending (Cpl. Ralph P. Phillipp, center, for Korea, they are infinitely more
Payments mos. mos mos. establishing the highest individual record ((96.54%) ever recorded -' treacherous.A .

I $50 $1549.56 $132 36 r $1083.54 at AE"A" School. He also presented LCpl. Ralph P.. company gunnery sergeant is
Phillipp, right with a meritorious promotion to his present a grizzled old man from whose
k 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 vocabulary the words, "You can
+ ,"' rank. Impressed by LCpPhllllpp's/ versatility, PH2 take a break ," have been
100'' 2644.71 2167.09. Dick Boettcher, NATTC Photo Lab, snapped the photo, and stricken. now

L ,' through some darkroom,and back shop wizardry, Phillipp
2600.50 gave
.; -,--7 :- 120 Vietnamese people: respond
; 1 CredIt: lilt,accident and health a Insurinct available ilt all loans at low grtup file. and added dlmenslont- -ability to appear twice at the- same favorably to any American's attempt -..
place and time. however feeble to usethe.

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CHIEF CAMPBELL'SBlandin.g Vietnamese a single word alohallanguage'aid can mean up

: n1 IDerxrxeoo103rd to seven different things, depending .
on the note of the scale
SERVICE STATIOt- employed.
,:, ..;. .:;- ;'' ': Torrential rains occur only .
.,. ,and.BE Muting:Offers ,'
.HP .
;,: UNIVERSAL C. IT. CREDIT COMPANY :. ; when Marine leaves::his poncho '
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GAS FOR LESS back at the base camp.C .
ration white bread when

To MHitmry Personnel eel heated and mixed withblackberry
jam and water, tastes much more

GevwBMsat Employees like bread pudding than the Indefinable -
3312 lEACH ILVD.r "
{;. mush it appears to be?
;" AT OUR SPECIAL ISLAND fresh onions enhance almost any
: : I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA C ration item except the fruit
a Wash & Wax Delco Batteries
cake . and even that isn't
''''' it. PHONE 398.1581 Lubrication Firestone Tires bad.A. Vietnamese three wheeled

Tune-ups a Quaker State Oil bus Is built to accommodate six

't., Drakework General Auto Repair people and holds upwards of 15.
The Viet
\ Cong dedication tore-
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Is based on military Intelligence

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It took 14 hours and 20 minutes ," },,:\' F
Saturday, In a volleyball ?.Af,} .; V"< 1'\ .. y ff, ',..., ';'" ')
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marathon Field, to determine played at thebes NAS Cecil teamin \ : ;; "" { : :r .y

first infitational tournament N IrI"
the t ; +r :5' I IJ I"I
at that naval air station.But : \ : t.8j} i
; :
In the end .tt.11 p.m., ,t ',,, .: : /',., : ,.,;, :;' {, ,.
that night, the team from Cecil 'it ; t
Field came on strong to take a
15 ,- 7 15 7
easy Bracket until the last
rounds of
a two set and three four spikersas
Sarasota to win its
wins over play, gave St.
Petersburg its
opposed to earlier when
and its
our tournament preserve second loss.
ranking in the state were running five spikers and one
number one The team from the Oralndo setter. McGuckin: substituted
of Florida. YMCA finished second best to St. Bill Dempton for spiker Mike
With 13 teams turning out for Pete in the 'B" Bracket witha
the tourney the affair came off 6.4 record.
Bird. Teamed Molina
as one of the biggest and best Knotted with a 10.2 St. Pete the pair kept the up spikers with well
tournaments in southeastern volleyball and Cecil Field
agreed to flip supplied with sets.
history. Play began at a coin to determine which team
A.M. after the teams had drawnfor would play Sarasota in the semi-
the two brackets in the round finals. Cecil Field's coach Mac The tournament's ?MVP award -ZSE
robbin play. Ironically three of McGuckin: won the first toss of the went home to Atlanta with'Don
Cecil Monique, who has been away from :
the strongest teams, Field day for the Raider team and Ce-
Atlanta, and St.Petersburg,were cil Field drew Orlando as
plaaced in one bracket while only soon would be proven St. Peter- volleyball for months, came
Sarasota stood in the second sburg had its work cutout. back to the game to impress the
bracket as the "team to beat." While Cecil Field was having an 13 coaches as the best player in 0
Sarosta breezedh
While easy time on one court downing the tournament. Monique hada
their bracket with 10 Olando, 15 1. and 15 13, near perfect day in his spiking BEN HALL SMASHES a spike over the linger tips of two Tyn-
St. Petersburg, without the ser- game. doll AFB
straight wins Cecil Field and vices of their number two spiker
St. Petersburg were bumpgin Dave Cassell, folded to a well S
heads with stronger competition balanced Sarasota attack, 1510 blockers.NOW ,
Tie surprise team In the "A' 15-5 Cassell had Injured his .We OPEN! ':
Bracket was Tyndall Air Force ankle in St.Pete's previous match, OOMR11y :
Base which handed Cecil its firstt with Atlanta.

loss early in the day., Cecil's In the finals the wear and tear Fit COMPLETE LINE OF HOME
second loss to St. Peter-
was of the days rugged,play in the
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The Raiders played a thinking FREE DELIVERY
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rira their 15-7 1 win and put the
pressure on Sarasota. The Cevu
front line of Bob Nordell, Benn
Hall and Dick Gardner laid off

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dropped the ball over the headsof ;
the Sarasota blockers in to
an empty backcourt to score time .
after time.In .
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ers jumped off to an impressive ..'
13-2 lead behind an eight point ,, ;
service by Buck Wurster. The '
Raiders stalled on their lead P VI
and Sarasota closed the gap to :
13 7. Then Hall and Nordell
: combined spiking and blocking efforts -% ; ""."
for the final two points and : b' .
Nordell played his best game
: ;
late in the tournament as Raider : : '
setter Rene Molina put the'volleballin "

near perfect positionfor ,,r ,.
the lean and taped Nordell
to put away., Gardner'recovered .iii'y "'- f 5 '4 I. ,
for a bad fall'early In the tourna- (p k ti
ment and despite a 'sore neck, ..
kept the other teams ,honest

CECIL/ Rene '''Molina/ ; Bob around the net. ,
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its volleyball tactics as the tournament -
wp a three man block against
Tyndall AFB. progressed and went,'to "THEARBOLES'

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.r if JAXtillp1fJEVV1AFYCRBURNER! February j -24;' '1966 *

I NAS Cecil Rod-Gun Club To Hold i. / \ Whistling In # ': ,

Field Trial March 56Bird W The Rigging .

dogs and field trial men will once againbe
roaming about the northeast corner of NAS By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau
Cecil Field on March 5 and 6 as that station'sRod
in the has been busy this week estab-
With the wind "whistling
and Gun Club has scheduled its second field
'. '. rigging" to the tune of 30-35 lishing the schedule for the next,
The club held its first trial last fall and 48 r x F1 b knots, the Fall-Winter Sail-off TriClub Series Races betweenthe
top flight dogs from the eastern United States Races at the Navy Jax Sailing NJSC, the Fla. Yacht Club,
Club week Sunday were and the Rudder Club. As soon
a ago
turned out to make' it one of the most successful
trials in the Jacksonville area last fall. cancelled. Hopefully, we rescheduled as he has it firmed up, the
the races for this past schedule will be printed here.
Once again the trial will be open to the public .r
Sunday Providing we had any Dan also has the name of the
both for entries and to watch.
There will be four stakes divisions, puppy i luck, the results will appear winner of this year's greater
derby, shooting dog, and membership run duringthe elsewhere in this week's paper.A Jacksonville Sailing Trophy butit
layer of green dust has cannot be announced until the
two days. The trials is sanctioned by the
Amature Field Trial Clubs of America. Trophieswill settled over most of the interiorof winner is officially notified.
M the NJSC clubhouse during the Cdr. Steve Griffith picked up '
be given to the top three dogs in each stake. N 11
Judging the states will be Mr. John Shaw and I A ? past week as the hull and accessories a bargain last week when he
Brantley Goodson. of Bantam##571 got a sand- purchased Jerry Meyer's Rhodes
Drawings for bracings will be held in the Duval ing and refinish job. By the Bantam. If you've seen this
County Road Patrol Courhouse on Bay St. Friday, time this is printed, she shouldbe boat you know what I mean.
March 4, at 8 P. M., all entries must be presentat back in her element, shining She's a real beauty. Steve and
the drawings. like a new penny. his two girls put her throughher
Entry fees, which must be paid at the time of Hugh Bell has been helping to paces all afternoon a week
raise dust also he has been Saturday while the Mrs.
the drawing are; $5 for the puppy stakes. $7,50 as ago
for the derby stakes, $10 for the shooting dog, getting all the fittings, mast, watched from the dock.
'., and $5 for the membership stakes.. i rTVhU rudder etc. ready to put on the SALTY SEZ: You'd best mind
The gate at the northeast corner of the station .... new boat as soon as it arrives. your rudder there Tadpole, when
will be at 8 A.M. Directions on how to His boatno( name yet) will be you're reaching athwart the bow
get to the Meld trial area will be l posted.ways. .1 ; finished in a dark navy blue. of a deep draft vessel in the
Iiq Maybe we ought to have a"NAME channel.
THE BOAT" contest along with Translated, this means that a
A FIELD TRIAL MAN appropriate launching ceremo deep draft vessel does not haveto
PUTS HIS POINTER nies.NJSC give way to a small sail-
THROUGH ITS PACES. Commodore Danjackson boat when it is in the channelif
1 to in doing? so, he may be forced ,
SubLant to manuever out of the chan .
Strong nel. Besides being the law,
this (is just good sense and com-

mon courtesy on the pan of the .:.
Downs GoshawksPensacola small craft sailor.
A The Navy Jacksonville Sialing
Club will hold it's regular meet-

the team that came StbLant has Barrett and Moreat ing this coming Tuesday,March
out on top In the 6ND Basket- forwards, Al Clark at cen- 1st. Personnel interseted in
ball Tournament at NAS Cecil ter and Dick Sinclair and Jerry joining the NJSC are Invited to
j '* "* Field, turned out to be only Riggins at the guard posts. attend. The meeting starts. at
rtttt ttvtls T p QidH] second best in the South Atlan- The double elimination All-Na- 1930 sharp. See you there...
tic Regionals last week at NAS vy finals started Tuesdaythe last
Norfolk. game will be played tomorrowat
Although Goshawks finishedas 8P.M. Other teams enteredare
runner up to SubLant they SubPac from the Western
did throw one of the biggest Pacific, ComrnlS Seattle as West
I ,(scares :.of the season at the defending Coast Representative and Great:
All-Navy champs. Lakes representing'Comm 9.
."w WEEKEND SPECIALS! ... '=1 After dropping their opener Tournament officials feel that
.. against the Submariners early the field is as well balanced
.. '
:: 63 FIAT "7700" 4-DR. . J; t ,' ..5795r ::: last week: 102-77 the Goshawkscame this year as at any time in the
:: extra clean, low mileage. :::: back in the final to run past. Pre-tournament predictions -

:: 62 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. . '. $1295 ::: Pensacola up a 21 point led for lead three-quarters on SubLant. which'favor Is carrying the Great two Lakes time team college l-

,.:: Factory air, PS, PB, R&H, auto/trans., WSW .:':,, of the game and the Submariners All-American M. C. Burton
:::: wheel I covers,; clean J as a pin I : ti:: didn't pull out the 103 86 victory on its roster.PENSACOLA'S.
I i':: 62. FORD GALAXY 4 bk.: .' . .' .$1095 ..:ti: of the until .the closing minutes
:: White/ / with red Interior, V-8, /? ;:: 28,000 actual/ miles.// : Goshawksheld SubLants
high scoring center Mike Barrett
G 62 BUICK /NV/CTA"/ 9PASS. WAGON. ..$. 895 ;:; to Just four points in the first 5 ,
1 :::: Auto/trans., factory air PS, PB, power seats tiiti ha But in the second stanza 1

f ti:: & windows, luggage. r.aclcl. clean/ .radio st the Goshawks effective defense Yoi CM BANK II err
<< fell apart and Barrett ripped the 0.
t : 61 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON 5795 r ,next for 26 points. &. DEPOSIT SERVICESWhether
I R&H, auto/trans., 8 cylinder, PS..
::j The crowd pleaser at Norfolk you cane in to deposit
4 was Pensacola's Dave Johnson. your money, send it by mail,
# t>V CHEVROLET "NOMAp" WAGON.$1095: f The.slender forward hooked with or use our night depository

{:: Auto/trans., factory air, radio,. WSW, wheel covers # both hands and pumped in his service, you can be sure that
=.=:j: 'PS, PB ... :::s patterned jump shot for 31 points your money will be safe. Yes'
$ "' and the scoring honors in the banking here is safe and
j:> 59 BbL AIR CHEVROLET5795. s J. final. convenient. Find out for
; 4 door sedan, V-8, aufo trans., R&Ht ,, yourself.
SubLant augmented two Pensa- 1
i 59 FORD 'STATION,WAGON.. . ,$295 i cola players, Mac McGee and ,' T D Checking Accounts
E r : auto/trans., R&H. Larry Coven for this week'sAllNavy r

ti: 58 DE SOTO. .,. . . '. . .$295 E Eti : sacola players finals.join The PhibLants's two Pen- Mac McGee a Savings Accents
Good running 'condition, R&H, auto/trans., PS. All-Navy guard Lary More to (fighting for ball) and Dick listallMeit
D leas
f= 57 CADILLAC. . ,. . '. '. '5295 give player-coach Jim Ehlersone Coven. .their fighting for
Equipped, run; good. I of the strongest bench teams. SubLant now. D C..rclIlL..s

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::::::*Clean mm---c, one-owner: : ft:*::?::*car.:*:?;:;WXXCWrWrWAS'only ::: :::::::: 'USE 0 CARS : Playoffs for the Florida, site conference officials are talk- lite D
Georgia Interservice Conferenceare ing about Is at NAS Jax with the U\ij\ [KHr K\\

20 min, so. of NAS on hwy* 17 both in the leagues close conclude offing as league teamsin double possibility- header.of playing The basketball first game

'I> *,I schedules this weekend. would be between NAS Cecil Field '
Drive a little- Save a lot The Air Force copped both loop and NAS Jax, the two cross town : .. 1."I--4 1:'"
crowns. MacDill took the South- rivals have not played this sea- ---- "I I I
ern Loop with a perfect 14-0 son. '
CUTOI 1 REVEIiMRYSLERrPLYMOUTH record and the Northern Crown ..1:"":: 'OJ :"

went Hunter which finished at BUY

The play offs between two
teams will take place at two and
GREEN possibly three sites. The fiat SAVINGS r < COVE SPRINGS FLA
game is scheduled for MacDill,
k the second at Hunter and the third BONDS Orange Park, Fla.
PHOHE JAX 24*>fr555 Oft 2644471 will either be played at Hunter Member of .
or a neutral site. The netural




COLUMN LEFTby Hanks Win iS.ri.s. Sail-Off At HAS. Jax .' i I ITed

Dave Colby/ and! Consuelo Hanks, representing Vr *I .*' ".* ? .', '" '''-''' / \'

the NSJC teamed up : "
and won the Trl Clib Fall f ., .' 't\ .'. ) ',.: .\\1; '. "
',' .. \ :
Firearm Casualty Report for the Winter Series Sail off this ,; : '. "
The State of Florida :; '
1965 :
hunters the past Sunday. As the Rhodes ,': r
shows that group which handle firearms more than top ''1:.d" ;, -I ..: :
any other, are a pretty safe lot and that shooters. whn fire Bantam sailor in the Jacksonville ;; "' ,*i
supervised ranges are even saferLast --- on area, Ted put on an excellent ." /" '. 40t5'f2'
year Florida had 319 exhibition of his skill t
casualties involving' firearms, 54 What Mr. H. by taking a second and two first I. .fs \

of which were fatal. This figure er of the St. LouisGl&eDemocrats places. Sailing under ideal ;;\
takes in nearly every phase of and president of the Boy's conditions,.the contestants wageda ,
handling weapons. There were Club! said that just about battle which was not resolved
[ resulting romplaying"Russian it up.. "Thousands of youngsters sums until the end of the third race
Roulette" and 10 cases of are going the hallowed mark a boat length ahead of y
"quick ground where .
Stan '
practicing y r a r; 1W tl wY I
Of the 319 total, 71 involved Musial and other greats helped Charles "Gunner" Holt.
hunters, 33 of which were under to write the history baseball." Gunner, sailing with his Dad,
The old Bush Mr. Albert Holt, took a first and
the age of 18. Target shootingon stadium will be
ranges this includes trap, turned into a sports complex for two second places. Representingthe
Florida Yacht Quo Gunner
the Clurs .
and rifle did not resultin use.HITTING
has been the top' Open Class
casualty. But target
a single skipper during the seriesin
other thanona had
shooting range his sleek Suicide, the Fatality.
These figures
20 Firmly ensconced in third
should! stand as a credit for the Ruth, the all time
place was Willy Scronce Intrepid -
National Rifle Association (NRA) great slugger of baseball which Gannet Class high our point SAILING, TO AN EASY VICTORY, LG/r. Ted Hanks
and other supervised shooting nearly everyone associates with and his wife Consuelo the Jacksonville
the man. Will managed to manu- representing Navy
Yankees hit his first
groups.Back. to the hunters. A league homerun against the major New ever himself into third place in Sailing' Club were the top sailors this past 'SundayIn

break down of types of hunting York team. all three races. the Trl-Ciub Sail-Off,' at Navy Jax.
Race results were as follows:
Ruth's first came on May 6,
accidents shows the following;
First Holt Hanks -
18 occured while hunting small 1915 in the Pole Grounds, the old Scronce "
home field of the Yankees when
four while hunting ,
game Second Race Hanks-Holt-
turkeys, 10 while hunting small he was handling the pitching Scronce
four while hunting turkeys, chores for the Boston Red Sox. :
game Third Race Hanks Holt :
Ruth hit four homers that '
10 while hunting deer, and 15 yearas ScronceAn
occured while stalking other than a pitcher.

game animals. ALL-AMERICAN CAGERS added note of Interest was
Gun safety factors don't prove the presence of Mr. John Stage
Here eight of the best betsto
wrong. Loaded weapons in a are photographer and Miss Diann
vehicle, or being taken out or put make nearly all the first or Duffy, associate editor for
in, resulted in 31 casualties second string All American Holiday magazine. They are
Twenty five accidents happenedwhile basketball selections this year:
preparing a photographic : __
Cazzie Russell of Michiganas
cleaning guns and eight journalistic article on sailing
more took place in loading or the only repeater and best bet activity on the East Coast which
for MVP of the -
unloading. year. will appear in the July issueof
Where do most' gun accidentsoccur Jim D. Walker, Providence Holiday. Miss Duffy enquired
? Around }home and in the Dave Bing, Syracuse about the Navy Jax Sailing Club -4
back yard where} 129casualties Thad Jaracz Kentucky activities and expressed an Interest -
took place., Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt in the recreational aspects
One hundred\ and forty three Henry Finkel, Dayton as they applied to the Navy. .
accidents Involved pistols, 72 Dave SchelDiase, Purdue ,
shot guns, and 63 'rifle. In 216 Jack Marin, Duke."BRANDED".
cases the victim was less than
10 yards from the muzzle. Two FHA HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
hundred and twenty three 'It took 45 minutes back in '

accidents happen when a gun was 1946 to dig up a new glass
fired unintentionally.The iii backboard, that Chuck ,Co ers. ". .. NOW AVAILABLE AT. T

figure,on supervised range the TV star of "Branded"brokewhile r
with the Celtics. .
shooting no accidents once playing .
again brings out the fact that The game was the home opener .
very seldom is a firearm acci- for the Celtics in Boston's Arena. YOUR CREDIT'UNION "
dent caused by other than carles- The management had to travel
sness on the user's across town to the Garden for .
part. .
From these figures Mr. W. B. another backboard. EXCLUSIVE CREDIT UNION, FEATURES: (" I" .

Copeland, Florida Game and ANOTHER CRIPPLEThe

Fish Water Fish Commissioner, crippled New York Borrower's insurance provided on FHA-TITLE. I loan at no 'additional cost. ....
observes .
"Hunters who have '
received training are seldom Yankees added another casulity You are an owner of the credit union. '

included in the annual Firearm to their player list recently when: Hours and location are convenient. .. w",,,
Casuality He they selected Bob Blletnikoff as '
Report. '
Dividends are good. !
their draft choice.
"We top
would all t
require their encourage children parentsto to have But Biletnikoff's Injuries You can save and borrow at the same time. \ : ,j{

proper firearm training before aren't the baseball type.
giving them Bob who is the younger brotherof
access guns.
Fred Biletnikoff, the end '
. SCORING MACHINE that paced Florida State to victory \

If there is such a thing as a over arch rival Florida two years .
scoring machine in basketballthe ago is also a '''football player., /ZL ;
team from Sub Lant is it. Bob's injuries came from
Last week's South Atlantic quarterbacking the University of
Regional winners bowled over Miami last year. But Yankee ,l

the 6ND representatives, Pensa- officials say that the college 4
cola, the team that impressed All American baseball player's
everyone at Cecil Field, without wounds have healed enough for jfl1 "J
hardly working up a sweat. him to be a Yankee. Et ,,\
SifcLant came into ,the.Re- :;\

gionals, and go Into the All, ..

Navy point -this-game week scoring, with 111 NO'SPORTS INTEREST? h-=. 7 : .

And the Navy doesn't'play,an 24 '
second pro ball rules. Southern' Illinois ,University ,, '. ,.
The "Torpedomen" are also has 24,502 students, is 21st .. :. I ,..' '11.'
.,' ":
probably the straightest shootersin ranked in size among the "' 1-6; I ,.J'., ,,;j I jt
the Navy. hit Ion nation's schools :;and is still 1ri. ? \ ., '.
a top flight 53 percent of their the small college'class when it '. ." "
field goal and '73 comes to sports polls. '' '
attempts percent ', ; :
t'r "
of their free throws. < -;

Can any team slow the defend- FHA"'TITLE
ing AllNavy champion's scoring How doesn't the nation AN APPROVED I LENDER

Pace down to a, waltz this weekin number one small college basket- :
the Norfolk basketball finals? ball team get away with it?

,there has been not great amount of JaIIttIntlelt

With a lot of money ana a sports Interest at until the this year
,big heart Gussie Bush donated university.

the Bush Stadium in St. Louis '
home of the baseball Cardinals the basketball team played its ORED/re/N/ON. : ,
to the St' Louis Boys' Club, hpme games in a local high school ". :

The Cards will play their test gym. .
game in the stadium on May 8. JAX NAS BlJg./ 39 CECIL FIELD BlJg. 26,

their After, that date toy will Play This year the school has anew Tel. 384-4121 or Base Ext. 8507 Tel. Sp ?-ttirCxf.; 205 ;
home games in the city's 10,000 seat arena and they are : Hours: Mon.. Frl. .8:30
Hours : Won.- Fri. .;., .. 'jMXJF.6nrory.24 .
VIght million dollar sports .. filling it for: nearlyeverygame. '
'No sports interest?


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I NAS- Cecil Field Sports In I Brief



1 Entry blanks have been mailed Cecil Field will send a box- BASKETBALL STANDINGSTeam
out this week to all squadron Ing team to the 6ND tournamentat
\ and departments at NAS Cecil NAS Glynco on March 7-11.
Field to gauge the interest In The station already has several Won Lost
forming an Intramural pistol eetries but more are needed
league.Mr. in the various weight classes. Jet Shop 4 0
Tom McGriff, station athletic Any prospective boxers are ask- Marines 3 1VA44
director, urges that all ed to contact Mr.McGriff; in the 3 1
squadrons and departments replyto station gym. VF 62 3 1
.the query whether they are GEMD 2 3
planning to participate or not. 6ND BOWLINGThe VFP 62 2 3
Further details will be workedout Weapons 2 3
at a later date.VARSITY. 6ND Bowling Tournamentis AMD 1 2
slated for NAS Memphis April VF 11 0 2
26-29. Cecil Field will send VA-45 0 4
IN AAUCecil's its varsity team of the five top -
station bowlers to the roll-off. '
varsity basketball team SOFTBALLStart
has entered in the district AAU Co.
Tournament which will be playedat
various sites in Jacksonville. laying plans now for the CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Intramural softball season. For
NEW LEAGUEThe .planning purposes Mr. McGriff 932C: WescoMiett Bird at 103rd: BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP

said that the season will get NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
underway on April 18.
newest bowling league at DESKS 65 MALIBU/ ''SPORT COUPE.$2295
r7! Cecil Field, the Wednesday Late New & Used TV SETS standard shift, V.8, R&H, solid white, red Inferor .
League started rolling last night FLA. GA TOURNEYSThe New & Used FURNITURE WSW, still In new car warranty.
with teams entered from VA-44,
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The 1966 Navy, Ortega, Lake- In N. C. warranty.
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bout to begin. Boys ages 8-15 A/T.V/8.R & H., PS Solid blue, WSW
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.\ Open Sunda ,,2 noon ''til, 6:00 P. M.SPECIAL .

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