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April 28, 1966


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Former VAP-62 Executive Officer t,


Becomes Squadron's New COCdr. r Mo r

Harry Bryant assumed 1943. In 1945, he received a tour of Instructor! duty inPensa-
command of Heavy Photographic Congressional Appointment to cola. He then received train-
Squadron Sixty Two at change of the Naval Academy. He grad- ing at NATTC, Memphis, and
command ceremonies Friday, uated from the Academy in JTTU, NAS Olathe.
April 22. 1949 and was designated Naval His next duty stations were
Cdr. Bryant, formerly thel Avaitor in 1950.Following the Essex and the Saratoga
squadron's Executive Officer, flight school, he with VAH 7 and VAH 9
relieved Cdr.William E.Nowers served In Korea with VP 9. respectively, which Included two
who is ordered to report to While serving with VP 9, Mediterranean cruises and one
the Independence as Operations Cdr. Bryant also had toursin Pacific cruise. He was part
Officer for the ship. Kodiak and Hawaii. of the famous ATG201 aboard
Cdr. Bryant,a native of Kansas He then went to school with the E sse x which covered the
City, Mo., entered the Navy In FASRON 116 and served aNEW Lebanon landings and continued
!through! the S Canal to WEST-
PAC lor duty with me hormosaStraits
rJet Patrol that same year. III
After being promoted to Lieu-
e tenant Commander In 1959, LOOK 'SHARP. .Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax Commanding
he served Operation Officerfor Officer, Inspects the ranks of the Administrative Department
Heavy Attack Wing One. personnel during the recent inspection. J. A. Brough and
In 1962, Cdr. Bryant attendedthe Lcdr.'. J. A. Nichols of the Military Personnel Office, accompanied *
Naval War College in New-
port, where he earned 23 credit / the captain. \
hours toward his Masters degreein
International Relations.He .
came to Jacksonville' in Capt. MackrothInspects1
1965 after a tour as Opera-
tions'Officer VAH 3. "
tL Cdr. Bryant resides withhis
wife Arliene, and their three
Ia' sons at 4117 Torino Placein I
Jacksonville. at Jax

Apr.SOMorksNFO's Last Friday morning, NAS.Jax Mackroth, Commanding Officer* ,
personnel from every department Cdr;, L. A. Executive Officer,-
mustered on the Drill Field for also assisted with the inspection.
the first Full Dress Whites Inspection In addition to the inspection,
to beheld this year. Capt. Mackroth presented a
By 8:45 a.m. all the regimentwas citation to Lt. Bernard A.
in place and the inspection Busher of the Supply Depart-
Year At JaxThe commenced. While inspectionsare ment. Lt. Buscher receivedthe
unusual this Commendation
not occurrance, Navy Medal
one was scheduled in pre- for service while assigned to
Navy Finance Office at paration of the Administrative/ duty in Vietnam.
M NAS Jax will celebrate its Material Inspection to be heldat The general comments regarding -
fourth anniversary aboard the. this command next month. the appearance of per-
COMMANDING OFFICER Cdr. Harry F. Bryant reads station on Saturday, April 30. sonnel were very favorable.The .
his orders assuming command of VAP-62 as outgoing CO, To commerate this event, Leading the inspecting parties regiments will line up againon
Cdr. William E. Nowers standi by. NFO will host a'traditional as they toured the ranks of Friday May 27, to parti .I
oj. :b: ; ,' : "Anniversary Coffee" tom- enlisted men, Waves, Marines,
r. ( .1 orrow, from 9:30 10:30 a.m. and offivers was Capt. J. R. scheduled
., ,, their 'offices' in 110.
<11 .t:. II
'" activities tive Commanding and personnel served Officers officers by, execu-NFO of Cdr. Spoon Takes Helm Of', .

,. II have been invited to attend the <

::/: 1 ,. t t :. :. .' ;, is coffee responsible and meet for the the person accountsof who Patrol Squadron Sixteen '

In the men under their commands.At .
this Coffee. NFO will Cdr. Donald D.Spoon,former After a tour of duty with
inaugurate, the "1,000 Hour Executive Officer of Patrol Commander, Fleet Air Wing,Atlantic -
Club for employees who have Squadron Sixteen, home basedat Staff, Lt. Spoon participated -
I would tiki to take thU opportunity to accumulated 1,000 hours or NAS Jax, will relieve in the recommisslonuig
expteAJ my AinceAt' appreciation ion the dedication more of sick leave. Six NFO Cdr. Charles J. Eadie as of NAAS Chase Field,.Beevllle, :
o4 the new tofebatl iitld on tht Naval employees will become charter Commanding Officer in cere- Texas. -
MA Station in my honoi. I can: toy in all members and will receive cer- monies to be held tomorrow, From October 1957 to April
AinceAity that: I uU molt AuApAiAtd and rfeligkted tificates of award. April 29.Although. 1958, he attended various
at this thoughtful gutufie. on the Military and civilian personnel VP 16 Is presentlyon Naval Weapons Schools before
part o& WAS Jacksonville pe aonneL. having over twenty years deployment to Bermuda, the
Federalservice also receive Change .of Command will be Continued on Page 2
The. tacltity i* one otf the. flneU of it* I bind special recognition. Miss Alice held at NAS Jax with severalof
that I have even seen, and Lt Ahould do much Ravey will be presented a the crews returning to take
to stimulate.. {urtheA inteAeAt and participation twenty year service pin. Join- part in the ceremonies.The 1
in a great AtcAeational paitbne. ing the other 13 civilian new commanding officer,a
employees and six military per- native of California, enlisted In
To all, my heartfelt thank* Ion having MACKR0TW sonnel who have over 20 the Navy's Aviation Cadet Pro-
HELP named in my honox. May good JpattAman4hip years of service* gram in 1943. He received
always pAtvail and tht out tean &tainl: During the following week, his commission as ensign in the
an Employee's Council will NROTC in 1946 upon comple- ,
d-l ud be inaugurated, and the elected tion of studies at Washburnand .T
I Councilmen will be announced. Rice Universities. His
.! T JOHN R. ROTH Employers will be elected year first tour of duty was aboard the
4 Captain, ly to serve on the council. USS Doyle (DMS 34)).
The name, phone number, and Two years later, he attended
the function for which each the U. S. Naval School In Newport
supervisor is responsible is graduating In 1949. Line School
listed below. These supervisorsjoin was followed by a promotion
with all the employeesIn
and then night training at Pen-
the Navy Finance Officein sacola and Corpus Christ! Lt \
a pledge to serve you better (Jg) Spoon was designateda
during our Fifth Year. Naval aviator In 1950 and

assigned to VP 34 basedat
f-2 Continued on Page 2 NS Trinidad, BWL. CDR. SPOON

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April, 28, 1966


Chaplains/ 'Message ,

Dv r>e Services .

ROMAN CATHOLIC By Chaplain Veltman -
"Amerlca' National Game" Is now in full
Baseball, often called
with the
St. Edward's Chapeland swing, both in the major leagues League.and Perhaps here In Jacksonville it is unfortunate, but
"Suns" of the International
U.S.A. the town supported
such as Mwville,
NovaHospital/ in many smaller areas TIle immortal Casey now spends
thing of the past.
is almost a
the T.V. watchi
SUNDAY MASSES his holidays in an easy chair before someone
loaded. He is content to
Hospital - - 0630St. else strike out with the bases
S Al Edward's013pel the game. It's much easier being a spectator.
else play
deadly disease that creeps up on us
- 0900 & 1100 Psychosis" is a
I I 0 I without"Spectator our realizing it. It, like all maladies, affects not just a part
and ,
individually socially
DAILY MASSESSt. of our lives, but the entire body -- both
r Edward's: It is a serious decision to "let Joe do it". It Is deadly tu the per-

; ; kl I I I I Monday thru Friday 1130 son to become merely a spectator. othersto
initiative. It encourages
Saturday Psychosis" destroys
It allows that God will certainly
Naval Hospital: vote, without voting
robbers, etc., but isn't in the
Friday - - 1205 the communists; murderers
eat? concerned with him. After all, he hasn't done anything I

c:.' :; $ ';1 I CONFESSIONSSt. Which, after all, Is the basic problem. The Biblical message
fie tit Edward's The judgement on the Church
r : is most demanding at this very point.
Saturday --------1900 20/)0/ at Laodicea is precisely this: "Would that you were hot or cold,
0815 0845 neither I will spew you out of my mouthr'Many
yrd'C F' Sunday -- -- ; but since you are
1015 1045 in the world wait for each of us to enter the game of life --

Hospital: Sunday --0615 for real. But we watch and wait like spectators rather than par-
ticipants. In a world where half its population goes to bed hungry

CATECHISM CLASSES each night.....In a world that is marked with 'fear and unrest....
Chapel Annex Building 722: In a world that waits for concerned people to act'and not just watch....
into this world which determines our ultimate
Saturday's 1000 It is our entrance
judgement'', and the life or death sentence which must be deliveredin

DIVINE/ / SERVICES the name of Divine Justice.

Saints Chapel EDITORIAL
0800 ----Holy Communion
0930 & 1100 Divine Worship Savings Bond Allotments

Build Toward the Future
0930 - Chapel Annex
Building 722

WEDNESDAY'S Almost a quarter of a century ago a Secretary of the Treas-

1900 --- -Choir Rehearsal ury coined the slogan, "They gave their lives You give your
money." The slogan helped kick off a drive which sold more

operation of THURSDAY than $18 billion worth of U. S. Savings Bonds to back up our fighting '-.

r.'relit' 2000 Christian Science Service men.
y That was during World War II, when all stops were pulled out
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Jn an effort to support American men on the battle lines. The
natural law the
h1i. in 0930 Chapel Women's Guild situation today has its similarities.
(Small Chapel) '

y ti P1I} physical world! U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL O _n"n' ] / ,

{ Sunday'--------- 1000, L Y' Dc OJ! 1I/IW9 OOa

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Similarly, statutory laws and rules laid down over the centuries by Today- ", -

peoples and nations regulate the affairs of men. Choir Practice at 7 p. m.
Without law we would have anarchy. Physical safety, property Sunday- '

rights, the right to pursue our individual destinies, would ceaseto Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.
exist. Might, not right, would control. Liberty as we know it Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m." "'

would end. Communion the first Sundayof "- .
In today's world, men of good will are striving to strengthenthe the month. ...
rule of law as an instrument for achieving peace among nations.In : '. t. 6 \ \

our own country we are striving for more perfect justice CATHOLIC J I LV I 'D ,., f
under law, to give meaning and substance to the freedoms set Daily- r tj nfg

forth in the Bill of Rights whose 175th anniversary we are 11:20 a. m. Mass \ I \ "" -,
celebrating In 1966. Sunday- l ., \.. ..} / o\\ ; :
The observance of Law Day USA on May lis designed to unite ;,..,.
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- :\ [] .. .
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Americans in support of these efforts, to remind us of the values fessions heard before each Mass. V :(',
that flow from a ,lawful society, and to foster respect for law
as the law respects each of us. U.S. SAYINGS BONDS

Respect the It Respects You Traffic Violations '.
True, the nation is not involved in global war; but we are oot. '
The following is a of '
9 ? at peace. More than 300,000 American service men are deployed' "
La.'W' D&YVfJ& n motor vehicle accidents and across Southeast Asia as a part of a systematic effort in the post-
traffic violations for the period war period to assure a stable Thousands of other Americansin
X*Mltonl.. ttstfviiic tiWXIiM, kr UN Capauil ON MtH tats Mri procM**p tile"'PmWwt 19 through 25. peace. .
| April uniform stand guard over the shakey peace in other pans of the
CDR. SPOON Continued from Page 1 Number of Accidents world. An Investment in U. S. Savings Bonds (Is an investment in
This Week - - -7
these men and women and the job they are doing.
reporting to the USS Albecommendation for his participa- Total Accident this year through At.the same time, an investment in savings bonds is an InvestmentIn
marle (AV 5) where he was tion in the Cuban operations April 1966 - - 100 our own future. With the new 4.15 percent interest rate, U. S. Savings --.
promoted to Lcdr. of 1962. Number of Accidents through Bonds provide a sound form for the growth of our savings dol-
April 1965 - - -75
Cdr. Eadie who has skippered
During his tour with Patrol the "Eagles" for the past Total number of days since last lar.The maturity period of Series E Bonds sold since Dec. 1, 1965', ,
Squadron 56, he qualified as thirteen months, will become injury In a motor vehicle accident has been reduced from seven years and nine months to seven years.t
PPC In both the SP SB and Executive Officer of the USS - - - 21 A regular monthly savings plan of $18.75 (for a $25 bond) will ac- "; ..'' :'
SP 211 aircraft, and received Boxer (LPH 4)). Number of Violations. cumulate $1,797 in seven years. The bonds purchased will have. ; ;\-- "
This Week - -31 ,
a maturity value of $2,100. (AFPS) ,.., -
Speeding: ----------7 Continued from Page I 'S ',1',
Reckless Driving - -1 NFO- '

Going through Stop- Sign -1 Lt. L. C. Zilla, 0 inC Duty Records 8244, i. :-

JT A X A X IR NEWS: Other Violations31 be- 518 -16VP-5&VP 45,
Sixteen drivers appeared: Mrs. I. Miller, Asst 0 inC Records 8244'
fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat ,
Station Records 8244
494/518/8244 Recruiting ..,.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the meeting held on April 25. Ltjg G. B. Reid, Asst to the 0- Coast Guard & Army Re- ? ,;
of the '
Disposition cases included .. ,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, the following: Seven In-C 494/244 cords 8244 ,

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a lost drh'land parking privileges Miss Doris Nelson, Public
'A. M. Reckner DK1 Branch
Voucher Div. Supvr. 244/494 ,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR aboard station for r
Mrs. L. P. McDowell, Fiscal Supvr 365/8244/494 ,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information' Office' various periods; None were Div. Supervisor 8359/494 ..... :

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before assigned to complete an eight- Mrs. E. T. Schultz Admin. NAS Jax Enlisted Records 365 '

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- hour course in remedial drivingat Div. Supervisor; 8359 Naval Hospital'Staff Records 365 ,- ,

Telephone EV 9-7711; Ext. 8162. NATTC; None were assigned Mrs. C. W. Small, Military NAS Cecil Field Erwlied Records -
Advertisement are solicited by the publisher and queries to complete a six-hour coursein Pay Div. Supvr. 365/8244/494 365

concerning such should be directed to remedial driving at Jax Police Mrs. II. D. Strickland, Brand VA 45, VAP62, VP30,
The Holt Publishing: Company, 3649 Philips Highway, Academy; One received suspensions One Super 8244/365/494> VF 174. & -4Records 365 "-
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 ; Five were given warnings; ComFairjax: FaeTuLant, VA-44 -
r/ Two dismissed; Eight fined Officers Records 8244 Records 365
(U. S. Commisioner); and Two NATTC Records 8244 Na\ResTrgCent: NARTl',V A-86 .
VOL. 24 HO. 5 April 28 1966 :
referred officers
to commanding. VFP 62 Records 365
for possible disciplinary Marine Corp? Records: 8244 Faw -11, FltWdirFac, CVW 4,
action. Naval Reserve & Training & VC 4 Record 365

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Attack Squadron Twelve Vietnam \ t \ :, ; ( .. : '

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Has New Commanding Off. Why Are We Fighting There,, ?' : :: :; ::,' ; "

Commander Robert C. Frosio and the Navy CommendationMedal.
relieved Commander James D. Our commitment to South an increase in the number of political plied with the agreement, but
Whyte as commanding officer of Cdr. Frosio served a tour Vietnam began with the South- and propaganda agents in North Vietnam never did. j;(
Attack Squadron Twelve, the as flight instructor at NAS east Asia Treaty, which was the area. In gross violation of. its
Navy's "Kiss of Death" squadron Whiting Field and the Instructor negotiated and signed after the During 1960 alone,Communist pledge, it left armed units
during change of command Basic Training Unit at NAS Geneva agreements and the armed units and terrorists in Laos and continued to use !.
ceremonies onboard NASCecillast Pensacola. Following all ceasefire in Indo China In 1954.It began an assassination and kid- it as a corridor to infiltrate
week. Cdr. Frosio has weather training in the F3H was approved by the United napping campaign against 3,000 arms and trained men into
served as executive officer of Demon, he flew with VF82 States Senate by a vote of local officials, military per- South Vietnam .
the squadron since May 1965. at NAS Oceana until the squadron 82 to 1 In February of 1955. sonnel and civilians. Their act- So, In late 1961,President Ken-
Guest speaker at the cere- was decommissioned tie This treaty protects not only its ivities took the form of armed nedy increased our assistance to I
mony was Capt. C. L. Bur- then\ transterred to VA '/b, members from Communist aggression attacks against isolated gar- the people of South Vietnam.During ;
bage, commanding officer, USS an A4B Skyhawk squadron, and but any of the three risons, attacks on newly established that year the infiltration of
Franklin D. Roosevelt.Cdr. served as Operations and Main- non Communist states growingout townships, ambusheson arms and military personnel ,
tenance Officer.( of former French Indo roads and canalsthedestruc- from the North continued to in-
Whyte will report to From August 1961 to July China should they ask for tion of bridges, and well planned crease.
ComNavAirLant for three weeks 1962, Cdr. Frosio attended the protection.Late sabotage against public works To cope with that escalation, '
of temporary duty under Inspection U. S. Naval War College at in 1954, President Eisen- and communication lines. Be President Kennedy decided to
,_ prior to reporting to Newport, R. I. Upon graduation hower, with bipartisan support cause of this activity, over 200 send more American military
his ultimate assignment as he reported to the staff of Commander decided to extend aid to South public schools had to be closedat personnel -- to assist with
ship's navigator aboard the Naval Air Force U.S. Vietnam. His purpose was to, various times, affecting over logistics, transportation ,and
carrier Shangri La. Atlantic Fleet, serving as Attack "assist the Government of Viet- 25,000 students and 800 teachers. communications and to act as,
Cdr. rrosio the new "SkIp- Training Officer. nam In developing and maintaining This upsurge of guerriUaactlvity training advisors to South Viet .
per" of VA 12 began his Naval Cdr. Frosio joined VA 12 a strong,viable state,capableof undoubtedly: stemmed froma namese forces In the field. We
career at the U. S. Naval Aca- as Executive Officer in May resisting attempted subversionor decision made inMayof 1959by also expanded our economic assistance -
demy in 1946.. After graduation 1965. lie has over 4500 aggression through military the Central Committee of the and technical advice '
from the Academy in 1950, he flight hours and Is the squadron's means." Communist Party of North Viet- particularly with a view toward,
entered flight training at Pensa- twenty second commanding Vietnam became a Republic In nam which called for the reunification improving living conditions in the
cola, Fla. and received his ficer. 1955 and was recognized as an \ of Vietnam by all villages. 1
wings in March 1952. He is married to the former Independent nation by 36 nations "appropriate means." f
He then reported to VF -53. Miss Betty Anne Calhoun of Initially and Is recognized by On September 10, 1960, the From 1962 to 1964 Hanoi cOntinued
While flying the F9F PantherJet Pensacola, Fla. They have five more than 50 today. Communist Party of North Viet- to increase its assistance '.
with that squadron Korea, children and reside In Quarters Beginning in 1955, the Con- nam at its Third Congress,adopted to the Viet Cong. In response$ 4
he was awarded four Air Medals "P" aboard NAS Cecil. gress has each year approved a resolution which declared President Kennedy and later '
--.1 Il.. overall economic and military that the Vietnamese revolution -, President Johnson increased our .
assistance programs In which had as its major stra- aid. Then in August of 1964 ':
the continuation of ,major aid tegic task the liberation of the North Vietnamese forces attacked -
to South Vietnam has been specifically South from the "rule of U. S. American destroyers in I
consld red. imperialists and their hench- international waters. This attack ;
Using this aid from 1955to men." It was this revolution that was met by appropriate air response -
1960, South Vietnam made called directly for the overthrowof against NorthVletnamese 4.
remarkable economic social the government of South naval installations.
progress. Some observers des- Vietnam.
cribed it as miracle. Nearlya Next door, Laos soon threatened Congress, by a combined
.. million refugees from the North by a similar assault. The vote of 504 to 2 passed a r '
; were settled. A land reform: pro- active agent of attack was resolution expressing support :
: for President Johnson's actions
r y gram was launched. A com- again Communist North Vietnam,
t.IP prehensive system of agricul- with' the backing of Peking and "Including the use of armed : I Iforce"
tural credit was set up. Moscow.' In the case of Laos, to meet aggression in !
Thousand of new schools and we were able to negotiate an Southeast Asia specifically t
I't more than 3,500,.village ,,health agreement in 1962 saying thatit aggression against South Viet
i. '! Il..'1 should be neutral and that nam.
.,". t t.J stations were built. Rail transportation I IT
was restored and all foreign military personnel
: \\.J roads were repaired and im- should be withdrawn. We COm- Be Continued Next WeekwPP.kAOLJcJOJlh'W ,

proved. South Vietnam not only ,.
t .; fed itself but resumed exportingrice. if
,), ', ,! Production of sugar and
.. rubber rose sharply New Industries -
were started and
OLD AND HEW. .Cdr. James D. outgoing skipper of capita Income rose by more than per
VA-12, and Cdr. Robert C. Fros/o, rear), Incoming skipper, twenty percent.In .
Inspect squadron officers during change of command ceremonies. contrastNorthVietnamsuffered -
a drop of ten per cent .stsid YIkswnnn Inc.
In food production and disappointments ,
in Its Industrial output. li. Sir Ti Sit Us lifir YII A
liy Used VW
Hanoi 1 had certainly expectedto
I I ITHE take South Vietnam withina : ;:;:=:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:.:.:.:.::: ::.:.:::::::::::::: ::::::::-i-: .
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New Books at Library | few of years the seventeeth after the establishment parallel-; i SUMMER SPECIAL! { .

but bv 1959 Its hope< had r# 1964 FORD FaMane full equipped, 'with Air Cond. .

begun" to-\wither.-- .The -South K 0'. HBWta&EB Like New ...':........7............ ............7.........."............ . ,.--,-,tiiQi................
PULSE OF DANGER by sistance movement. A groupof far ; ..... .............7.-........................-r...............;.....\:
the heralded
Jon Cleary. 'A cliff-hanger, both men in a small fishing town, was outstripping
literally figuratively.A group hearing the news of Mussolini's "Communist paradise" of Its Wagons "
the Communists
neighbors. So.
of Australian. English and collapse, decide to come out in
American botanists on an expedition the open with their fight againstthe decided to take action. They
in the Himalayas is hated Fascists but they couldn't afford the success storyof 1965: VW Sta. Wagon, R&H.yr Cond . . .$2195:
alarmed at news of Red discover their action Is pre- another "West Berlin" In the 1963 VW Double Cabin, pick-up. R&H, extra nice. ". $1350: :

Chinese aggression across the mature: the Germans as still far east. 1964 1500: S gquarebacu, like new . . .$1795: J
Indian frontier. Preparing to all around them. So they haveto By late 1959, organized guerrilla -
leave, they encounter an Indian go back underground.A raids against the army Sedans
colonel with a captured Chinese and security units of the n
Government of South Vietnam ,
the general two,across and they the agree mountains to take to SECOND CHANCE by V. Smith had begun. Terrorist acts 1964 Ghias, RAH,. . .. . '. . .$1695:
safety with Chinese soldiersin The author tells the'' story ofa against local officials and 1965: VW Sedans R&II. low mileage. . ; ; ,$1495:
hot pursuit. In the courseof young hoodlum who is drawn civilians, and: other subversive 1fl the hazardous journey, ques- away from his wild companionsby activities increased to an unprecedented 1963 VW Sedans, R&H . . : . . $11 0
tions of nationality and politics a chance to the noted level.It 1963 VW Convertible, It&H .. .;. .. . ,. SI3.' O
Petrock stable In Dar-
their racing ; was during this period 1962 VW Sedan R&H .. . '. ..,. '
become secondary as moor, England. Young Johnny .. .'. .. ., :.$995: 1
very survival depends and mutual on Individual Driscoll is introduced to hard Viet that the Cong organized, operating strength in the of Republic the- '1959: VW Sedan_ R&H,. .- ,. . . .':... .-.' S6:10:
work which he resents, at of Vietnam, grew from "" .'
support. first but finds a challenging about 3,000 to over 12,000 per- 100% Mech.
new life as he works his way sonnel. This armed strength WarrantyOn ,
THE DOUBLE IMAGE by Helen toward a career as a stepple- was of course, supplemented by All
Maclnnes. In Paris historian chase jockey. Cars 'j
John Craig Is recruited Into
the spy business, and finds him-
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I AF 679th Radar Squadron i ''Yc

r.. CO Promoted To Lt. Col. W-4 Navy FORMSThe Finance Officeat ,R'14.'. ,' ''1., '

MaJ. B. E. Thayer, Commander based in the Pacific during World NAS Jax reminds all '
who receive .
of the Air Force 679th War II.After. military personnel %
Radar Squadron based on NAS his discharge from the Employees Withholding
Jax received word Monday, Navy in 1946 he attended the Exemption Certificate (FormW
April 18 that as of Wednesday University of New Mexico for 4)) with their pay checks
April 20, he could changehis years. He then joined the on April 21, that these forms L7
and for-
gold oak leaves to the silver Air Force as an Aviationtwo must be completed
oak leaves of Lieutenant Colonel.Lt. Cadet.Lt. warded to the Navy Finance
Col. Thayer Is a former Col. Thayer assumed Office no later than May 5.
Navyman. He served aboard the command of the 679th on May Forms received after that
Vernon P. Gridley, a destroyer 1, 1965. He and his wife Sara date will not be processeduntil ,
reside with their five children after transition of pay '
here in Jacksonville. records in July. Failureto 'i'
t .
> ; submit W 4s before May
I 'ift 5 will cause an adjustment of

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I iiI Therefore it is strongly CORSAIR II..Soon to be a familiar sight at the Naval Air
Ii II I ;I recommended that affected Station Jax is the Navy's newest attack aircraft, the A-7A.
personnel submit W 4s This swept wing attack aircraft can carry up to 15,000 poundsIn
tional promptly in order that will addi-not armament and pylons, more than twice the bomb load of
accure expenses at a later date. WorcWar/ / II/ B-17 heavy Bombers. HAS Jax O&R will be the
RED OWENS I primary- point of overhaul for this aircraft along with the familiar -

Salesman A-4 Skyhawk.

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Lor. Red would like all his -
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emotional words such as "love that It comes closeto all too often synonymously with
or 771-6601. For the Best hate fear", etc ., possessinga meaning a "do good" "Injury", if the top officials of
Deal In Town In a New or wide of interpretation in the feel this
range program; something nature an organization way
Used Chevrolet. LT. COL. THAYER depending upon the context in of a social betterment toward "accidents" it is not
which it is used. campaign a program that no surprising that so few property-
For example safety to the self respecting organizationwould damage accidents ever get
young mother is probably closely reasonably say it does reported by operating super-
related to the activities of child- not have but certainly not one visors.
ren; to the community minded to be taken seriously in con- What does this word"safety"mean
individual it may signify "law nection with the science of to you?
and order"; to those who may administrative controls.To Do you Mother run to put
be approaching retirement the promote better manage- things out of a child's reach
word could embrace freedom ment understanding of the safety until he or she reaches age
from want: to a banker it might function some safety managers 21, or do you begin the processof
signify the security he demandson have experimented with the term education as early as possible -
loans: to the building manager "accident prevention" as a ?
it sometimes is the symbol ofa substitute for the word"safety". Do you Mr. Supervisor,
"busybody" Inspector who Here too, there is a wide area explain show and follow
insists on checking his fire of misunderstanding. Many responsible through with each job step
extinguishers. officials do not re- or do you merely say "be care-
Safety is an Integral pan of
our every day life let's
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f NARTU News & Views Savings Bonds 25th Anniversary

Lcdr David W. Miller Lcdr. Miller will assume the I
reported to NARTU Jax. April responsibilities as Production
13. after serving the past eight Division Officer in the Aircraft To Be Celebrated At Free Rally
months off the coast of Vietnam Maintenance Department'. of
aboard the carrier USS Midway.As NARTU.
the Aviation Fuels Officer The Silver Anniversary of the Springs, Colo. The show will J mission. C CThe
aboard the carrier he was A member of NARTU Jax United States Savings Bonds begin at 9 p.m. 25th Anniversary Sav-
responsible for receiving and Glenneth Keeney BMG.hasbeen Program will be celebrated Friday The U. S. Treasury Depart ings Bonds Campaign was
handling the aviation fuel plus noted by the Chief of Naval Personnel April 29, with a free public ment the Downtown Council of launched at NAS April 25.
the individual refueling of all for his "alertness and rally In the Civic Auditorium.! the Jacksonville Chamber of with a meeting of volunteersat
aircraft. initiative' in noticing and The Anniversary celebrationwill Commerce and the City Recreation NATTC's King Hall.{ A goalof
reporting conflicting informationin include a two hour stage Department are spon- $11 1/2 million has been
With a staff of two navy training courses. and music show starring the soring the Anniversary cele- set for the North Florida Area
Fuels Officer and one 85 Assistant Keeney was personally congrat- famous NORADNorthAmericanAir bration. The public Is urgedto for the campaign. NAS Jax
Lcdr. enlisted ulated by 'iCapt.. C. W. Pitt- Defense Command) Com- attend the evening's activities. and all tenant commands are
personnel the Miller coordinated man Jr., a: of NARTU at manders Band from Colorado There will be no charge for ad- included in this area.
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an all hands 22.
muster April
which kept the Midway's aircraft

During the April to November
period the Midway was credited
with conducting over 11,900
combat missions against enemy
military targets in both North
and South Vietnam.

Aircraft returning to the carrier -
would be refueled by three
man teams re equipped witha
new pilot and returned to
action. While In the waters
off Vietnam the carrier's air-
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| I ', Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ]II

Civilian Blood Donor Day Declared I

r of simple ed that one pint of blood cross-
Wednesday May 4, 1966 Civilian has hernia appendectomy etc., or repair of more serious matched and typed, is billed to
been designated as or progressive the patient at the rate of $32.50
and complicated
Blood Donor Day. you
diseases or accidents which require per pint. Employees' may ask
not already volunteered see order your replacement of whole bloodor "Why should I volunteer to donate -
immediate supervisor in for in the absence thereof administration a pint of blood to main-
i fl '4I that you may be of plasma.All tain the account at the Jacksonville -
your donation. has civilian employees and Navy Blood Bank when I
I ] rrf+ the Who capability if any of foreseeing among us whenan their dependents who are eligi- am a member of the Federal

employee or an eligible dependent ble (employee, spouse and all Employees'" Health Benefits Pro-
unmarried children under age 21)) gram?
have need for administration -
: may of that lifesavingfluid may obtain'blood as needed from Anyone who has this belief
whole blood? the account maintained with the should study the brochures pro-
This need may be the resultof Jacksonville Navy Blood Bank vided by the plan to which he
an unanticipated and compar- without cost for the blood. subscribes in order to fully understand -
Iw atively minor illness such as Officials of the JacksonvilleBlood just what benefits are
: removal of tonsils and adenoids, Bank have recently advis- provided. Most important of
.-- all, however regardless of who
THIRTY YEARS of service was recently completed/ by JohnJ. G' pays is that the blood be available -
Wensten (second from left) and Paul Knight (second from when needed. Unless em-
right) of the Overhaul & Repair Dept. Capt. J. R. Mackroth, ployees donate to make blood a-
HAS Jax Commanding Officer, presented the men with their vallable, it won't be there for
anchor'type /opepins under the Incentive Awards Program them. to receive when they needIt.

which/ / provided recognition for all Federal Service, military
Let us all understand the necessity -
and civilian. Cdr Lou Ciarrocca, Asst. O&R Officer, was on for maintaining an ample
hand for the presentation. M qH e balance in our blood bank account -
for there is no substitutefor
.wMw whole blood or plasma when
C the need exists.
,4./ r x Each volunteer is urged to
comply with the schedule which
will be issued to him. This
E USED CARS will assure a -smooth flow of
volunteers and minimize conges-

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INCENTIVE AWARDS PROGRAM. .Four Civil/ / Service/ employees .
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JUAN LOT Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax CO, presented the pins as A. Floyd a planner
OFF ROOSEVELT Copf. R. L. Watson of Supply and Cdr. Lou C/arrocca/ .of O&R and estimator at the Navy Pub
I observed the event. Completing 30 years of federal service lications and Printing ,Service
wererKennefn Brannan, Supply; Frldolin F. Mueller, Security; Office was recently honored
1965 GALAXIE $2188 and George W. Pangle and Jess W. Farley of O&R. upon completion of 30 years' of
= 2 dr., V-8, R&H, standard shift, over-drlve, Federal Service.
= like new. Floyd, a retired chief petty
officer (printer), received a let-
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.' $1388 ter from Sixth Naval District
R&H, WSW. Z''f7 Headquarters recognizing his

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1956 he assignedto
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Ei 1963 MERCURY .. $1188 Floyd served as the 12th
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before the
years returning to
1960 $588 Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
2 dr., auto/trans., R&H. During his Naval Career
Floyd served on ,a variety of
J957 FORD WAGON . . . .$288 ships and stations During
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'' :" '1,r .1 ,. the Atlantic and Pacific theatersof
In the Atlantiche
1955 FORD . . . : . $188 PATIO operations.was assigned commands in
standard shift, 6 cyl. Ireland. England and Scotland.In .
the Pacific he served aboard

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I lfYaAsk'Js 'Show timers' NATTC : I

Behind Th"Scene
Millions of television viewers Robert Therrien, SA Movies .
watched the presentation of the aren't what they used to be. Present .
38th Annum\ Academy Awards "Sound of Bpa

from the comfort of their living Music" was '; Talent ShowThe The NATTC EM Lounge In consist of a bed of grass en-
room. So this week the "If advertised all building 593 has been newly re- closed In a brick structure with I
Ya Ask Us" reporter traveledto year. How ;! decorated. The lounge providesan flowers spelling out ACMR (Air-
NAS Jax to inquire of the could it help stage of King Hall will be ideal place to relax, read craft Malntnance Radiography)
armchair critics: "What did you but be a suc the scene when, Saturday at play piano and watch color tel- and forming the radiography
think of the outcome of the Acad- cess. Remem- '. s 8 p.m., "The Showtimers" pre- evision. Pool tables and ping symbol.
emy Awards presentations last ber the "TenCommand sent their Inaugural production pong tables are provided in the The project Is expected to be
week? Do you agree with the THERWENments" an All Base Talent Show. topside lounge. The lounge is completed In the near future.
selections of the Academy?" everyone agreed It was Preceeding the 13 act production open seven days a week ********
Ltjg. C. M. Stephens This an outstanding picture. Even the will be a piano medley com- 9p.m. Monday through Friday Retirement ceremonies for
years awards were more eenlydistributed Russians don't like our pictures posed of excerpts taken from and 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sat- Commander M. S. Ochatein,
among anymore. Personally I don't the show arranged and performedby urdays, Sundays and holidays. NATTC's Legal Officer, will be
the pictures think anything any of the mov- Pfc. Henry.Suranie. ******** held at Commanding Officer's
(and ies. Maybe they should drop Treasurer of the theatrical NATTC Special Services is Personnel Inspection April 30.
those people| the Academy Awards until the organization, Ron Nelson, SN, preparing to make your summeran Commander Ochstein has .been
who work on calibre goes up. said that early indications showed enjoyable one by providinga legal officer since 1965.
them). In addition Steve ticket sales are going a wide variety of recreation The uniform for all personnelat
McDade, FN I don'tthink
a lot of I "Sound ,of Music" should bit better than expected. Tick- equipment. They offer fishing the Inspection will be Service
good new talent[ have gotten'"" ets will be available from boating and camping equipmentas Dress White.
was revealed. STEPHENS the award.' UK* either Special Services or well as equipment for other ********
The presentation as a whole is I "Showtimers" members for 50 sports. There are four new Boy Scout Troop #131, sponsored -
always delightful when Bob Hope liked personally the cents up until the night of the outboard motors available andnew by NATTC will partici-
"MC's", and it ran much smoother "Agony picture show thisSaturday. At :the door tents will be available soon. pate In a Boy Scouts of America
and faster by being locatedIn and the EC-SI they'll cost 75 cents. ******** Exposition at the Gator Bowl
one area.I As" Talent show participants include April 30. They demonstrate t
am ,not very familiar with for stasy.Lee Marvin Mainside and NATTC per- The laying of the last brickof the techniques of first, aid.
the movies of this season but I don't feel McDADEthat sonnel and their dependents. the structure surrounding Radiography -
judging from those selected for The show is scheduled to School's flower garden Woman: "I would like'a. pairof
he should be In the
ten. "
awards it would seem people tend Ithink that top run for approximately two hours. became a ceremony when Com- alligator shoes.
Sidney Poitier should
to enact a sad life or personal have "The Showtimers" are now mander G.A.Sundquist.NATTCs New salesman: "Yes M'am.
received It again this ,
entanglement very successfully. for his year" under the official sponsorshipof Executive Officer, came by to What size is your alligator?"
role In "Patdl of Blue.
I was glad they selected "The a NAS Special do the honors. The garden will Tell Me Why!, synd'' col. !
Sound of Music" as the movieof Patricia Tucker PHAN I
the year since it was the only think that all of the winners
one nominated with a "happy are well ,

theme". Lee Marvin was over- worthy of
due for his Oscar. I agree praise. I .
"movies are better than ever", was quite l.,
whatever "ever" is. pleased with r Y : rwr i
Robert J. Harmel PN1 I the result- i !' t tI

thought that all of the nominees. ing awards. .. Services.'S
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were very | klTUCKER: f
close, and that r tJ
the judges had
The hospital phone rang and
a difficult. ,
j a very excited male voice exclaimed J
job to select r to the nurse: "I'm
only one as a
rushing my wife In to have a

winner over babyl"! r Yr r
the other. I_ "
"Wait a minute, the nurse 'S
agreed pretty said. "I need some in for,
close all the selections with 14
on mation. Is this her first baby? Nr. N 1
the, exception of best actress. r M1WA5
"No I"! shouted the excited A eoI V
In this category I would have caller. "This Is her husband." .
had to select Julie Andrews for Frances Benson, Family it Ettii

her job in "The Sound of Music". Weekly. SPw ? I fj. !

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I State Driver's License RegulationsEditor's TWENTY SIX SAILORS and Waves (rom NATTC were advanced

/ in rate 76 April. Some of these advancements resulted

from the revised/ advancement
( Note: The subjectof days after entry Into the state. licensing arrangements for res-
the driver's license Is one Resident servicemen must furn- ident servicemen. General state list.'M'
of great Importance to the ser- ish an affidavit to the effect law applies for both issuance and ,
viceman. Yet, it has been found that they are an Alaska resi- renewal.

that many service personnel are dent temporarilyassignedtomU-
not familiar with the licensing itary duty in another state. C
laws of their home state or the ARKANSAS Required; expires -
state where they are serving.For annually January 31. Licenses -
this reason, the lax Air ARIZONA Required; good obtainable from Motor y V r ,,ark f
News will publish a series of for three years; expires on licensee's Vehicle Division, Department of 1
Licenses obtainable
birthday. -
articles', listing the motor licens- from State Highway Revenue, Little Rock, or Revenue -
laws of all the states In alphabetical -
ing Collector in each
Dept., or from branches of High- county
that all order.personnel It Is retain suggested the- way Dept., located in various seat. Fee, $2; duplicate, $2. .

them.) cities. Photo will be taken at Written and oral exam, drivingtest
information applicable to
License Bureau, and will appearon and eye test required for
license. Fee of$2.50 includes original license. Minimum age, Nr N I hI
ALABAMA Driver's license fee for photo; duplicate, $1. 14; 14-18 application for license e
required: expires every two Written and oral exam, eye test must be signed by parent or
years on licensee's birthday.Application and driving test required. Min- guardian; 14-16 must be accompanied II
filed with Probate JudgeIn imum age 18; upon ,notarized by a licensed adult Learn- r
county of residence. Fee, consent of parent or guardian, er's permit required. Nonres- ;
$4.25; duplicate,$1. Written test license will be issued at age ident must obtain Arkansas driv- THREE NEW CHIEFS strengthened the ranks of NATTC as
driving ,test and eye test required 16 Learner's permit required. er's license when application is C. R. Geiser, Albert J. W/ebe, and Ralph E. Anderson were
for original license. Minimum Nonresident must obtain made for Arkansas license advanced/ to Chief Aviation Ordnancemen/ last week. Captain
age, 16; at age 14 a per- driver's license for State of Ar- plates. No special licensing Thomas B. Ellison presented advancement certificates
son may be issued a license restricted izona when he has secured em- arrangements for resident serv-
: to motor-driven cycle '- ployment or has become a resi- icemen. General state law appliesfor A
5 h.p. 200 lb. maximum. Learn- dent of Arizona. No special issuance and renewal.I .
er's permit required at age 15, I MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
fee 50tf. Non-resident obtaining i
employment in Alabama must NATIONAL Ranks All Ages ,
driver's BANK
secure Alabama's SAN JUAN FLORIDA I
license. No special licensing
for resident serv- AVE. s .,,,, -.LAKE SHORE RATES
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General state law applies ; -
icemen. (Between f r
for both issuance and re- Roosevelt J n i mwm EASY PAYMENT PLAN.
I ,
newal. & Blendingi'a'-) ,
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ALASKA birthday- Required three years; expireson from "Yew Ink fir COMPLETE Buklif Services

birthdate preceding application. BANKING/ HOURStMondayThursday AGENCY
Licenses obtainable from any SEP-US TODAY
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Written Drive-In
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CAPT. ;S..l 0.: WRIGHT/ commanding officer, cuts the:cake MRS.? JOYCE SELLS displayed her award winning gold water PAINTING IN OIL. .Mrs.. Schufeldt's/ / painting In oil on can- ELIZEBETH ARNETH, president, Officers Wives/ Club,,, ;'
I opening National Library Week ceremonies./ pitcher and rose flower wall plaques,' done in ceramic. In : ; ______ vas. The title of the painting Is "Pa Mlllhon Lunon". One 'of presents Mrs. Sharon Arnold, station II brartan, with a donation"*".,
Background, Carl Losito's/ ashtray, also In ceramics.. i Mrs. ''Schufeldt's/ / artistic displays at the station. I library. for the children's' book section in the station library. (I to r rJ): 1--
Mrs. Arneth, Capt. S. D. Wright, commanding officer, Mrs//: :
Navy libraries joined d Armed attending the celebration were cher and rose flower wall .l, ''Sharon Arnold, Lcdr. McAlister, protestant chaplain'' and Mrs .
Forces around the world in observance Capt. and Mrs. S.D.Wright,Mrs. plaques. high school courses and a self for more responsible and Barbara Bennett, welfare chairman, Officers Wives/ Club. I
H of National Library Sharon Arnold, station librarian, Mrs. Phyllis Schufeldt.,wife of ., college library for those seekIng challenging assignments, take ,
Week, April 17-23, 1966. It Cdr. TJ. Wooten,Catholic Chaplain Capt. Dean Schufeldt, chief degrees.A full advantage of your Navy
was with a full awareness of the Lcdr. F.R. McAlister,Pro surgeon.. NAS JAX Hospital, libraries, ashore and afloat. Henry Miller on the piano clas-
MOTORCYCLESALL vital importance of learning and 'testant Chaplain. Mr. Gilmer displayed her award winning knowledge gained through sical music by Beethoven.,Mozart I
MODELSNOTHING knowledge to those of us who Harris, area field. director, A- sculpture and paintings. Mrs. .: ffl 1 reading will not only assist Navy The station library not only and many others,along with original -
serve in our nation's' Armed merican Red Cross, Mrs. Elizabeth Schufeldt, being a Navy wife, ______ I and Marine personnel advancein has the usual books you norm- sound track albums from CanYouTAKE
DOWNWe Forces s, that Navy libraries were Arneth, president, Of- has traveled to India, the their service careers, but ally find in a library but also musical plays.
proud to participate in this program ficer's' Wives Club.. and Mrs. Marianna Islands, Thailand, it will strengthen their contri- books written in foreign languages For a person who has a certain YOUR CAR
Give Merchants Green\ Stamps which was sponsored by Barbara Bennett, welfare chairman Cambodia, Alaska and J Japan. bution to America as well and records in foreign lan- hobby or field of interest he wish- WITH YOU ?
Open Daily 8 am.7 the National Book Committee in Officers Wives Cltb. Traveling in such foreign lands J riAL informed educated citizens, guages for those who wish to es to enter the library has books For Financing and Insurance' .
p.m. cooperation with the American Ceramic exhibits included displays has influenced her art work a increase their understanding of further their education. Some of especially for him. Some of these Stateside aid Overseas. Cull
Wed/ <&S Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. Library Association.The by Mrs. D.C. Taylor and great deal. ------------- other people; help them under- their record collections; include books cover ceramics, wood- DYER M. BURR

Closed Sundays NAS/ Cecil Field library sons.. David and Donald, Mrs. In 1955, stationed statesidein WINNERS. .Mrs. 'Scheldt's/ a alar rJ/ winning statues, (left) "Intraml-' / stand other political' and economic classical and popular music for work, sculpture, painting and GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
celebrated National Library S.D. Wright,Mrs.Gertrude Clayton South Carolina, she began to rash, and(right) "One", both are consfncfciAWARDS limestone. systems, and enable themto those who Just prefer to come many other hobbies. FINANCE CORPORATION
MOTORS & CYCLES Week with exhibitions of art created Mrs. Thelma Bowers, Mrs. study painting under her first / explain better to citizens in and listen to their favorite Libraries' have become a and
by station personnel and dependents Woolven, Jim McGuire: Carl mentor German Gustel of other-" lands the meaninfz tvoe' of music. Just a sampleof refuge f for those who seek relaxation INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
4949 Blanding Blvd. and a cake-cutting ceremony r r- Losito and Mrs. Rita Linstrom. Faust. Mrs. Schufeldt painter continued PH 771-8244 byCapt.S.D.Wright,com Mrs. Joyce Sells displayed}' her her studies in the Philippines feldt's' paintings range from supplies and furnishings, the cracy and way of life. are: Trumpet music by Al Hurt, choice in a quiet restful place. 5615 Tfmuq ana Rd. 7710527litltt ;
manding officer. Among those award winning gold water pit- under Vicente Manansala$ and sketches, charcoal drawings, oil Cecil Field Library includes
Libraries whether full-
in New York witn Jose deCJreett; portraits' to abstract oil paint- records and a complete collectionof a ----- ,
at Art Students League. It was ings.The children's books. Hours of ,and sized periodicals one with thousands, or a small of books ore I I' f.MarinaAMDIOATYMD I ; ; .i
at the league in 1961 that she 'station library invites operation are: Monday-Friday, EI-M-- .
'- H HQIY" Y. just called tried her ,hand in the art of you to use their facilities. As 0730 2100} Saturday, 100- at a remote installation aboard &We4Ff ,. \ .
,.!., c 'j sculpturing. In 1962 and ..1963.s essayist Henry David, ,Thoreau 2100; Sunday. and holidays,::1300- a, ship is a key which can open :.. tm ;
was one of five sculptors' wrote, "Build your castle in 2100. the door ''to' agreater knowledge, rL1t MERCURY, MERCRUISER '
to win highest honors award at the sky, but put a foundation In support of todays wide- of the world around you. If you
to tell you we can the Annual Sculpture Exhibit under it." Make your "founda- spread pursuit of( education, want to increase your knowledge JO 3rd St. at Wcsconnelt Dlvd. FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICSBoats
Art Students League.In tion" the station library. It'sa many service libraries now to broaden your,understanding We Wire Flowers
1963 she had won first prize sensible place to begin building Junction as a secondary school of forces s at work in : Sales-Strvict-Storagi.
cj'c7J' Phone" SP 1-3770 or SP I 1-0250
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I,f:." 4i '''Bits & Pieces' For WomenBy I

+ f rt \ Marge Beauchamp

.. Before he comes home, make a
k factor must con-
A happy husband is a pleasant portant you
sider in mode of dressis list of things tohagglehimabout.
husband to live with and keepinga
few hints,
ll" Will husband like it? These are but a
husband happy is a major my
and I am sure your husband'has
his wife. You should always dress to
I :. responsibility The job of keeping a con- please him and forget about many little things that irritate -
him. Find them and harp
Mrs. Jones next door.
genial husband is a never-
ending one and there is no When you go on a shopping away.If .
this fact in mind, you follow the above instructions -
one thing you can do to insurea spree, keep
smiling spouse each evening but if you' should purchase some- I guarantee that in
after work, but instead there thing he dislikes ( and you will no time at all, you will have
are many little things that know it immediately) then hideit either a miserable husband or
ve require constant attention.. away in the closet and only no husband at all. The choice is
4L During the past few months, wear it when he is not around. yours.
I have had much to say con- Wear it to morning teas with SOCIAL BITS
4 >a r ,irr i cerning fashion, ( what is in the ladies or to an afternoon
# :_ this year -- and what is strick- movie with a friend but it Time is drawing near for the
ly asse) but the most im- would be better to give the 15th Annual Magonlia Ball and
apparel to ''Goodwill. thanto everyone is urged to purchasetheir
start a family argumentby tickets now. The ball this
wearing it. year will have as its theme
LLfLtf __ I "Kbgonila Ball in a Japanese
; ': Try and develope the same Garden" and will be held at
interest he has. If he enjoys
the NAS Jax,Officers Club beginning -
.# tr 1 fishing, and what man doesn't at 7 p.m. Music will be
VIi learn to bait a hook and go alongwhen furnished by the Commanders'of
It your invited. Notice, I the N. O. R. A. D. Band.
1 said when you are Invited.There Much preparation has been required -
n ; will be times when he will plana for this annual event
fishing trip or a golf game and recognition should be givento
i with the boys and you should here few
,. many people, are a :
I ,1L'WNO :'Irk never in anyway interfer with Chairman for the ball is Mrs.B. .
these activities. Instead plan F. Kepley and Cochairman
b NAVY EXCHANGE FASHION' SHOW. Juc/y Roberts displays your activities accordingly., Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Decorations
one of the swim/ suits/ that/ will be shown at the Navy Exchange But, if you are not concerned Chairman Is Mrs. J. A. Gallo
r Spring & Summer Sportswear Fashion show. The show will/// be about your husbands happiness, and working with here are Mrs.T. .
u held/ today at 2 p. m. at the Main/ Exchange, B/t/g./ / 27. This/ Is and it doesn't bother you W. McGurie, Mrs. K. P.
i the second fashion show presented In connection with the that thing your less marriage than wedded is some-bliss, Rehnberg, Mrs. J. W. Kidd,Mrs.
W. H. Reese Mrs. A. J. Hy-
I Navy. Exchange 20th Anniversary celebration. S C 1HI then here are a few husband* man, Mrs. P. K. Blesh, Mrs.L. .
YOU POIQ ME heckling hints that will start A. Menard, Mrs. R. V.Berry,
: you on the road to a rocky Mrs. W. E. Nowers, Mrs. B. E.
marriage. Thayer, Mrs.J.K.Simpson,Mrs.
( BUY SAVINGS NDt.rrss I much((1)) Keep money harping the husbandsof on how T.Marsh.B. Ellison, and Mrs. M. D.

your friends bring home on
payday. ((2)) Be sure to cast Reservations are handled by
_& him In the role of "heavy" with Mrs. H. B. Stott and Programsby
SAVE p the children. You know the old Mrs. D. D. Spoon and Mrs.C. .
phrase, "You just wait until .J. Eadie.. Publicity ishandled
FIIEIDAVIS your father gets home." ((3)) by Mrs. W. D. Toole and Mrs.J. .
t Always look haggered when you H. Chapman.
.; .BUICK-PONTIAC. greet him in the evening, so he'll These ladies have given-much
MC TRUCKS be sure to know what a hard time and effort toward a successful
day you've had. ((4) Don't 1966 Magnolia Ball so
t I GRIIN COVRINOs listen to any of his conversation when you are enjoying the activ-
concerning his problems of the ities Saturday evening, remem-
I': day. After all,-his office doesn't ber the work necessary to bring

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President of the Navy 1
t; "r LAPARTMENTSj League of the United 'States,
[ Morgan L. Fitch, Jr.,.Is interviewed M P
by a local TV newsman .
WEST JAX'S NEWEST ft his visit
':r. MOST MODERN during recent to

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the local community to parti
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t**. Min. To Cecil & Min.To NAS annual banquet and installation .

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of the local council which is Magnolia Ball to be held Saturday evening are: (1 I to r) Wendy
; ,, t FURN. orUNFURN. most active in local Navy of. Gallo// Kate Hennessey, Mrs C E. B/g/er/ and Mrs. R. A.
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MOVIESMovies : Club Schedules

at the NAS JaxTheatre
be regularly at 6 and HAS JAX
8-15 P mown Monday through "0" CLUB the featured band on Saturday. WantM1SV'i111
Sato rd a Y. In addition to the Appearing Friday Sunday Mel Price will appear for
evening shows there will night will be the Sophisti- your entertainment. Game night : :k11 k':1Y: 11\Y:1ti\S'ASS'Y'i1: :'ayti115''a S14.:wvitivi j{;,iH:tiy'tYh6a: ? G'Xiti.6
be two a matinee at 2 p.m. on Kats playing for your enjoyment. is every Wednesday.
Saturday Sundays and holidays.The The Magnolia Ball is to be held HAS CECIL
Hospital Theatre will have this Saturday night at the club. EM CLUB Tonight is game Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
weekly feature at 7 p.m. Tuesday is foreign dish night night. The special will be veal 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, to arrive
one Field will have two shows featuring gourmet treats from cutlet for 50 Friday and Sat not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil day. Ads too late this deadline will
arriving for be
many lands. Wednesday is fried urday nights Phil
during the week at 5:30 and 8 chicken Cay will be following week unless the publisher Is 'Instructed other
Matinees will be shownon night for the whole family playing for your entertainment. *.
wise A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
p.m.weekends .at 2 and 5 p.m. and on Thursday beefeatersnight. Happy hour will be from 5 to 6 be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Thursday, April// 28 night. Charlie King will be guest DO NOT SEND CASH

NAS WorldWIthoutSun-- CPO CLUB The feature this Tuesday. RATE: Minimum; charge ((3 Un.s| ). . ... . .2.00
umentary nold Friday"4"will and be the Johnny Ar- Per additional line ((4 words p.r line}. . .0.50
providing the mus-
Lord Jim Peter
Hospital CPO
ic CLUB Mark Castle will
Saturday will be the Bud -
Daliah Lavi
O'Toole Field Weird, Wicked Clark Trio. Sunday's dance mus- be playing Friday night for your FOR SALE: 1. Twin beds w/ HHTIRING? INVEST THIS OPPORTUNITY ',
C. lc will be by Mark Castle. dancing pleasure. A lobster box Springs & inner springs for supplementing.
World Documentary special will be served for 225. mattress, 2. Roll away bed your retirement income with a--.
Friday, April 29 ACEY DUCEY CLUB The Friday, Saturday and Sunday the w/inner spring mattress, 3. min. investment. Requires hard)
NAS Johnny Reno Dana "Moonlighters" will provide galley and package store will Bathinette, 4. Dassinett 5. work but potential profits are ,
Andrews. Jane Russell the dancing music this Friday be open. Saturday night the Foam crib mattress. 6. Will high. Business can easily be:,
Hospital It's A Mad Mad at the club. Saturday will fea- Moonlighters will be guest trade 1956 Chrysler (excellent paid for from 1st yearV
Mad Mad World Jimmy Du- ture Mark Castle and on Sunday band. Sunday, for Mother's Day, engine) for motorscooter or profits. Ph 733-1515 for deg'
rante Spencer TracyC. Charlie roast beef and ham will be cycle. Phone 781 0697 tails. __
King will be
playing served, $1 for adults and 50# ._ ., .
Field Having A Wild
for your entertainment. Game for children. RENT: 2 BR FURN. DUPLEX* y
Weekend Dave Clark Five night is every Sunday and Tues- \'Large & recently renovated :.;.
rum 2'
Saturday, April 30 day. ORF International wine and HYDE PARK AREA: $120 Utilities inc., & '2
BR house, except. clean, all elec
NAS Boeing Boeing Jerry cheese tasting festival with BR Trailer clean 51' x 10'
a kit, water Turn no pets. $75.
Lewis, Tony Curtis BLUEJACKETS INN Jimmy spaghetti dinner,will be held Friday month. 389 6938 $65 15 mins. to NAS & Cecil
Hospital World Without Sun- Strickland will provide the mus- April 29, at 1900. Cost 2 blks to Grade school. 771-
DocumentaryC. ic for dancing to this Thursday is $5.00 per couple. Eileen SWD 4928
Field Lord Jim Peter night. Friday's dancing will be Marell will provide accor- SPECIALIZING IN HOMES FOR SINGERS FOR $15 "
O'Toole Daliah Lavi to March Wilson and the Red dlan music. For reservationscall MILITARY PERSONNEL. Con- SEWING MACHINES .LEFT IN
Sunday, May J Coats. The Loose Ends will be Ex. 275. vient to NAS and Cecil Field. storage, good condition, fully e-
NAS Bye Bye My Darling Nothing down to military personnel lectric, does everything complete
Talulah Bankhead, Stephanie with 2 or more years active with attachments. Yours for-
Powers duty. Call Page Aspinwall, USN storage charge: Only $15 each.
Hospital Johnny Reno Dana Be CReative (ret), representing Naval Personnel Call wharehouse 353-1946, will
Andrews Jane RussellC. for Stockton, Whatley, & deliver no obligations. A 1
Field It's A Mad Mad Davin, call 771 1241 or 356- Sewing Machine Company
Mad Mad World Jimmy Du- Write Your Own Want Ad 3 Lilies Only $2.00 7371. __

May advice. 7 days a week.
dependents Stenos typists, key-
NAS What's New Pussycat -
Homes for sale, $100 Down.
punch operators bookkeepers,
Peter Sellers, Ursala Andress
floral designers, temp. assign.As Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-
Hospital Boeing Boeing -
you are available. TEMP- als. Homesite Lots Acreage,
Jerry Lewis Tony Curtis ORARY TALENT, 1130 ACL Investments. WALTER T.BOW-
C. Field World' Without Sun ..". Bldg. 356-0753 DEN, Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Documentary 3841376RENT
Tuesday May 3 I '
NAS Swamp Country Rex'Allen' .' .,.'. ;. 'I' '. ..._. : OR SELL .AVAIL.. ,
Carol Gilbert ; :1, ,""I,' 1\ "-\.I! ''J I. ;,- "" f_ W. "j 3BR home, I Kit. -tequip.*;*A/C '. I'll
Sm. equity, assume loan, 4909 IMMED. 4BR, 2B, range & oven '
Ads should be mailed to Holt Publishing
Hospital Bye Bye My Darl- Homecrest Circle 3890444BE excel.value DUKE LOSTUM-
ing Talulah Bankhead,Stephanie Co., 3649 Phillips Htway Jacksonville, BO, BKR. 771-0374
PowersC. Fla., 32207. Send remittance with ad copy. YOUR OWN BOSS I
Field Johnny Reno Dana Service Station for Lease. Good FURN. APTS: 1 &2' BR, $69to
Andrews Jane Russell gallonage. Large Navy follow- $75 mo. 771-9007
Wednesday, May 4 ing. Call 264-2572 or write
NAS Psychopath; Patrick Tenneco Oil P.O. Box 175, 3 BR, REDECORATED HOME
Whitmark Alexander Knox / FroMtkeHoiiky-Toiik NOW Doctor's 'Inlet, Florida. $100 dwn. $50 month. ORANGE to-
Hospital What's New Pussycat REALTY 264-2411
Peter Sellers, Ursala An- of the stripper... Frukie Fane SHOWING! FOR RENT: 1ST WEEK IN JUNE,

dressC. of $100. furn. Beachhouse. Call ORANGE PARK- .OICE AREA
the ladder success
Field Boeing Boeing climbed 387-5887 $2000 Under FHA Appraisal 3BR,
Jerry Lewis Tony Curtis wrong by wrong! '2B, Den, Firepl. Hwd. Firs.
FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT: Dbl. Gar., Landscaped lot, $1700
Matinee: Curse of the Mummy's THE h in Orange Park 10 mins. NAS total down payment.
Tomb and Chap. 7 of The Mon- OSCAfftIN 2BR., Lrg. Lot, $90. EV8-9886 VIRGINIA E. BELL, BKR.
ster and The Ape 1 or 354-4903 .264-2488 359-2462
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MMEfNMl( avail., May 15, 771-6951 8519 NAS Jax.
BEEg a iEDIEAAM3 .. : 1959
THEATRE 771-2255 ,,,,' RADIO & heater WW wire whls, $125. Call Ext. 592 or
dERNESIBOR VINE Chief James, VA-44 771-6763 8564 NAS Jax.
April 29 r

thruMayS C 356 >' '... Y: FOR SALE: BETTER THAN series Iv GT. wire wheels det.
36'W Adam new 4BR, 2B, carpet, drapes, hardtop, perfect cond. 384-4134
fenced yard many extras payments -
$131.70 Mo. Central heat FOR RENT: 2BR COMP. FURN.
& Air. BOWEN REAL EST, house, incl. A/C. TV etc conv.
BOY MAKES FRIENDS! 9 Your Realtor 384-1376 to schools & NAS 264-6884

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\ '; Future projects under study
t ... :: : include: Diesel engines for cer-
'f1Y Y. ..",.A ,"S' JAX MARINES tain fisherman who suffer hard-
1 ,. ,.
,f:!.. J't/\. { ship because of curfew regulations
.I -:\", It Is difficult, due to
1 iySgt. Joel Ferguson
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f wartime restrictions, for them to
FXT.:: 400 reach fishing grounds. Other
t items to be tested include shel-
ters for refugees and Improved
Ii 4 l COMMENDATONMarine THANKSIn pumps for wells and irrigation.The .
Marine Corps Reserve
Regimental Landing his latest report to the Civic Action Fund currently tot-
I Team Seven (RLT-7)), which virtually Commandant, LtGen. Lewis W. als $227,000.
I annihilated a Viet Cong Walt stated that"heartfelt thanksof
-L regiment during the fierce fight- all members of III MAF go RIFLE MATCH
I ing of "Operation Starlight" last to the generous and humanitarianacts
Summer, has been awarded the of people supporting our Three Aviation Detachment
Navy Unit Commendation by the program in the United States. Marines took eight places in the
A Secretary of the Navy. They are making an Importantand Florida State Highpower Rifle
arY RLT-7 becomes the first Ma- lasting mark in this coun- Championship held in Jacksonville -
:\"d.ii rine ground unit in Vietnam to try." Apri116-17.

---- -- ,.,"ff,.' be so commended. Several Ma- LtGen. Walt reports that thereis SSgt. Thomas C. Lish won 2nd
rine aircraft units previously received "close supervision of all sup- place sharpshooter at 600 yards
NEW AMPHIBIAN ASSAULT VEHICLE The U.. S. Marine Navy Unit Commendationfor plies by Marines and that donorsto slow fire and 3rd sharpshooterat
Corps has ordered for testing a prototype of the LVTPX-12 Vietnam action."Operation the Marine Corps Reserve 200 yards slow fire, standing.
(Landing Vehicle Track, Experimental), first In a series of Starlight," a four- Civic Action Fund, through Sgt. Bruce J. Erhardt won 1st
new, lightweight amphibian assault vehicles designed to replace day battle which began August CARE, can be assured that con- sharpshooter 200 yard rapid Ore
the LVTPS-A1 series now in use. The LVTPX-12 will 18, 1965, was the first direct tributions reach the people with 2nd sharpshooter 300 yard rapid
boast increased easier battlefield confrontation betweena the greatest need. Delivery is fire and 1st sharpshooter grand
firepower maintenance
increased performance major U.S. unit and a main- direct to recipients. A major
in and out of water, and weigh in at 25 tons, about force Viet unit. Over 600 Viet objective is construction, with aggregate.SSgt. James A.Stubblefield won
,,"' half the tonnage of the LVTP5.. The new vehicle will be capable Cong were killed and 125 cap- the help of villages, of sufficient 2nd marksman in 600 yards slow
of hauling 25 combat-loaded Marines, or five tons of their tured. classrooms for about 5,000 fire, 300 yards rapid. fire and
.equipment. The hull consists of aluminum armor. Power will Colonel Oscar F. Peatross of elementary school children,ages 200 yards rapid fire.CAREER .
be furnished by a 400 horsepower diesel/ engine. RalieghN.C., commended RLT-7 6-11, by Fall of 1966." Schools
during "Starlight." will all be within areas protected -
by Marines. The Governmentof ADVICE
'COPTER TRAININGThe the Republic of South Viet-
Marine Corps has established nam will be responsible for pro- information
a helicopter training unitat viding teachers and the Marine The following was
: ,1 Marine Corps Air Facility, contribution will be chiefly extracted from MOO 1700.19A:
-i ,--- desks and Statistics in recent years
Santa Ana, California, accordingto materials, equipment,
an announcement last week engineering advice and as- shows that an increasing numberof
Marines in their first enlist-
l '1 1I by Headquarters Marine Corps. sitance.At .
The unit, HTG-Marine( Helicopter the time of the report, the ment are entering into marriage.
Training Group-30) will Marine Corps Reserve Civic Action Unfortunately, many of these
train helicopter pilots and Fund was $205,000. Current early marriages lead to serious
I I mechanics. and planned use of this sum was problems both for the Marine
c-1 and for the Marine Corps. In
Pilots to be trained include described as follows:
both experienced Marine fixed- COMMITTED: most cases, the young couple was
y and kits ( unaware of the many problems
wing pilots recent graduatesof Self-help mainly carpentry
Naval Flight Training at Pen- masonry, blacksmith sewingand involved and was either poorly
sacola. school kits$39,900Little ) advised or not advised at all.
,17 r,, Upon completion of their training Leagueequipment.... 1,100 If the applicable provisions of
r. + pilots will be assigned to Help for orphanages,schools,religious civil law are men, the marriageis
;: land or carrier-based Marine institutions.......9,000 of course, legal and the Ma-
rine Corps should not and Will
\ helicopter squadrons including FUTURE PROGRAMS:
those in Vietnam. School construction.$76,000 not do anything to interfere with
The will the legal right' of the Marine:to
group ultimately have Additional self-help kits..58,000
1 '
a. .. approximately 600 permanent Technical training equipmentfor marry. However, the Marine
MARINE PROMOTIONS. .Seven HAS Cecil Field Marines personnel assigned and operate ( vocational schools.10,000UNPROGRAMMED ) Corps has an obligation to .advise -
; were Issued promotion' warrants during a formation at the Marine approximately 50 helicopters -- any of its members con-
; Barracks recently. They are (front row, left to right); mainly UH-34D's and CH-46A's. : 11,000 templating marriage of their Ma-

; J Cpl./ Eugene D. Rivera; LCp// Jerry W. Gibson; Cpl./ Lawrence -.- ..__t- .J.. riage rine Corps in order status that followlngmar-the individualmay

t t E. McCauley; LCp// Richard A. Gardner. Back row (left to have all pertinent information
t f right); LCp/ Bobby G. Arnett; Cpl./. John P. Los/no; LCpl.r /. on which to make an
r George G. Hevner; also Marine of the Quarter. N s tl' intelligent decision.
Present law provides minimum
BAQ for any Marine with depen-

j / CHURCH OF CHRISTI dents regardless of grade. How-
ever, until the Marine reachesthe
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he is ineligible for government
t Complete Floral Services SUNDAYS: LM housing or for transportation of
f J ORCHID CORSAGE? tow his dependents and household ef-
I 10:00 A. M. Bible Stuay + '' t tB ti
I We Grow Our fects. This obviously means financial -
11:00: A. M. Worship
\ 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS difficulties for those Marines -
OWD'fII: ] who do not qualify for these
and Save : benefits.At .
the present time, over one-
237 11..111.. 11,11. 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Service half of all Marines are servingin
Church Phone SP 1.5075
t _!*. 1 771-3535 Minister Phone SP 1.2646 i the grade corporal and be-
'.' TiTt low. It Is not possible to ,afford -
even a fraction of this large
: : group special consideration in
f duty assignments because of
''''" f Mustanq ALL SM/LES..ore, from left, LCp// James R. Dearing; LCpR. /. marriage. .
I' P. Waterman; Cpl. Enoch ',S.: Lyon and SSgt. Delbert A. Bullock Guidance and counseling by

rt offer receiving their promotion warrants from LtCol. L. mature Marines, both NCO and
t MOBILE E. Lovette, Commanding Officer of the Marine Air Reserve officer can do much to assist
f .I ." HOMES iNcTC Training Detachment, HAS, Jax. the young Marine in arriving at
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I NAS Jax Standings & Results Intramurals

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American League

Cloak & Dag. '27 5 SPORTS
Mad Foxes 25' 7pro.s

.25 ..::11 ;:'< :," .... i
Sparks 23 13 I
22 14 Continental '
Phantoms League CKRO11i
Air Ops 19 .': 13 Airmen 25 11 League
Eagles 20 16 Mix Masters 24 32Pizzans Marine Bks, 4 Eagles, 0 FIELD '
679th NCO.s 19 17 221/2131/2 Pelicans, 0 NCO's, 4
Electrons 16. .16 Druthers 22 14 Namtd 0 Cloak & Dag.,4
SupplY 16 16 Spoilers 22 14VP30 Mad Foxes, 4 Phantoms, 0 4MACKROTH
Air Ops, 4 Can. Cockers 0 v
Can. Cockers 11' 21 O1r. 20 16 ,
Trainers 17 19 Torch Pots 20 16 Playboys 4 Alley Katz 0
Playboys 15 117'; ; Molarolas 14 14 Electrons 4 Trainers 0Pro's
Alley Katz 14 18 King Pins 16 16 2 Supply 2Continental

Marine Bks 14 18 Desk Jock. 18 18
NAMTD 13 19 Galley 3 15 19
Pelicans 10 18 BB Stack. 18 22 Tipplers, 0 Pizzans 4
Staffs 9 27 Detters 151/2201/2 Mix Masters, 2 Spoilers, 2
Flag ''
Aewron "A" 4 20 Hard Hats 15 21 Druthers, 3. Thunderheads:! 1 FIELD DEDICATED. .Ribbon.Cutting Ceremonies -
Sky War. 11 17 Chiefs, 3 Airmen, 1 held Friday, April 22, marked the official opening of
Toppers 14 22 Torch Pots, 3-Detters, 1 Mackroth Field (previously Saratoga). Cdr. L. A. Menaro, Execufve -,4.';
Merle Norman Tipplers 13 23Mconllters BB Stackers 3Hard Hats, 1 Officer/ officiated In place of Capt. Mackroth/ who was-- ;'
12 24 Molarolas, 3 Toppers, 1 unable to attend.. Cap J. C. Sfoopocfc (left) of the Naval HosJpltol : ..
Cosmetics Griffins 10 22 Galley 3 Desk Jockeys 1 and Lf/g./ C. J. Evans of Special Services also assisted'. .'
War. MB"
Sky 3 -
5042 llfliiliHi Blvd. National League Moonliters.l In the ceremonies. Capt. Stoop a ck later served as umpire Inn

Flceur CPO.s 26 10 National the double-header between Jax Navy and Robbins AFB. Rob.,,,,
(In the W3rd & Blending Nartu Chiefs 24 12 League "
bins won both games by scores of '-0 and 30.
ShPhone Center) Rejects 24 12 Spartans, 4 Aewron"B", 0
Cat 5.s 23 13 Alley Catz, 0 White Hats, 4
771-6546 Neptunes 20 12 Rejects 2 Chiefs, 2 ;
Hurricanes .19 13 Hurricanes, 1- Sky War. ttAtt,3CPO.s /Whistling\ In ];
Cill Far AMAppoiotMeetFor c'-a-n1cks' 19. 13 ,3- Mixers, 1 ! NFO" 21 15 Riggers, 4 Cat Fives, 0 .,
Riggers 20 16 Devicers, 1 NFO, 3 The
COURTESY White Hats 19 17 Darters, 1 Galley, 1 ,3 ,
Darters 17 15 Doctors 0 Neptunes 4SOFTBALL ,

DEMONSTRATION Spartans 16 16 Lt. P. E. Thlbodeau
Mixers 17 19 GOLF
Moid I' Slt.r I' Sky War."A" 15 ..17Devlcers Weapons 71/2 51/2 Navy Times has had several folk. Our own Navy Jackson-
16 20 Faetu Blue 11/2 1/2 articles lately about various sail- ville Sailing Club will be ten
9:30i.M.-5:30p.M.: Lucky 7 13 19' ing activities at bases around years old this June and althoughit
Galley 1 14 22 FWF 41/2 0 the country and from these and has had its ups and downs
hrbors Hound Doctors 13 23. VAP 62.. 41/2 6 other sources, I've come up witha over the past years, things are
cw..r Aewron "Stt 5 31 list of them. This list is by really on the up-swing now. Our
Alley Cats 3 29 VP-30"Ati 31/2 11/2 no means a complete one. membership is increasing rapidly -
Hosp. "An 51/2 41/2 and we are fast becominghard

COUPONCARWASH(WtMMM SAILING CLUBSSan put to provide enough sail-
Comm. \ 1'1/2 0 Ing facilities for all hands.
Francisco Bay Area Sailing -
FAW-U" 71/2,6 ... All NJSC members -are re-
.., : Association check.,the!Boat'As-, .
!",'r! ".l'> .rTCFJ Pensacola Sailing ottf-H f** .q est d"to( ,.
ROOSEVELT MALL \/P-45 1-., : 'g"I.ForfeitAC 6"i ". .'. Jacksonville'Sailing dub slgnment Board at the Clubhouse.-'reallynewmember
Key West Navy Sailing Association -
you've been assigned as
Malnt 3 2 either a Boat Captain or. crew
Quonset Point Sailing dub
I VP-3Q "Btt 6 4 on one of the club boats.. 'If
Norfolk Sailing Club (includes
z there is any reason you can'taccept
motor boats and water skiing)
r OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6.-PM 8 please contact V. Comm.
: p SAILING FACILITIES Lou Carron and:! let him knowso
SUNDA Y-8:30AM-7ooP.M. <=
3 that we can assign someone
8 THIS COUPON WORTH 50C OFF s American League (standings) Roosevelt Roads, P. R. else. (
Guantanamo Cuba
OB A Cir Wash Amy Diy Exctpl Wtdi. Admin 3 0 Charleston, S. C. The Society 1630 IrregularBeerMuster saw a strange and-

EVERY WED. IS IARGAIN DAY $1.25 Hosp 2..1 Cherry Point, N. C. wonderous sight a week ago
Marines 2 1 I'm sure there must be others, Wednesday as Charley HaJbohrn
AUTO WAX APPLIED VP-5 2.tV let me know what they are if launched ,his O'Day day M>sailer
FREE WITH CAR WASHI P-45 1 1 you know .of any. In additionto and we all went for a sail. Witha
VP-30 1 1 these clubs, there is the Navy stiff breeze blowing, she real-
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALI SHOPPING CENTER Faetu' 1 2' Yachting Association which is ly clipped along and appearedto
AFEES 1 2 being formed in Washington, be a pretty stiff ship. Too
679th 0 2 D.C. to draw all these activi- bad you weren't around last week
COUPON ties together. (No, I haven't received -. to give that Raven from Orange- "
-_ any more Info on this). Park'some competition. 4 '..
The Quonset Point Sailing Club, SALTY SEZ- Sure would liketer
which Is a new one as far as I see all the'NJSC boati,club

know, has just bought 12 McVey and privately.owned, hit the brln- e
Falcon Class day sailers. Thisis ey for all the races. 'The
a 15'9" fiberglass boat madein Bantams and Gannets 'ave, up to
Nova Scotia. They've alreadyput now been 'upholding the Club's
in a bid to host the 1967 reputation but with the warm
Falcon 'Nationals at HAS Quon- 'weather' lately, they's bin a lot-
set Point. 'Sounds like an active ta strangers looking fer some

group. competition. What d'ye say we
Sailing has long been a popular give em some! Speakin on com
sport among Navy 'people petition, Ye Olde Salt Awardis
(and who has a closer interest?) ,now in operation.. If'fn ye
and it is rather gratifying to see 'aven't challenged the guy above
this latest spurt of interest. Last .ye on ,the ladder, you'd best
year, for the first time in many look smart or yell find yer-
years, an All Navy Sailing self down in Davy's lockerat
Championship was held. at Nor- the bottom I

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Jax Flying Caron's Bantam Takes 1st

n. ), \;: !Meet Draws
As NSJC Sweeps 4 EventsThis

p ) / IJ 1
W Large Crowd
;: the
past Sunday Navy
s Jacksonville Sailing Club, took to '
Fred Schurch 1 1 NJSC
t< a The whinning of model air- the water at the Rudder Club in 22 NJSC
i. ., -
Russ Seipp
of Park. Of the 13 boats
craft sounded like a swarm Orange HalbohnDISQ3NJSC
_. ufTCr angry bees Sunday after noon as competing, 10 of them were Charlie
I a E the NAS Hobby Shop conducted racing under: NJSC colors. The
; the first of many such meetsto weather was ideal with the windat
1f Sail/Sun// Fish (No Race)
f rAI be held in the future.Approximately around 10 12 knots and this
two hundred interested really seperated the good sailors

spectators turned out to from the poort. The results Mark Johnson Jack Might.NJSC
I wI witness some very complicated were as follows:

Combat Stunt and Racing events
along with the crashes that always BANTAMSLou
add to the thrill of model Caron 1 1 NJSC Suicide (No Race) .
flying. G. Baldwin 2 3 FYC
Ted Hanks 3.2 NJSC
Trophies{ were won by J. D.
Morgan of VP-30 for the Com- GANNETS Charles -GunnerHolt-FYC

... "PLAY BALL" was the theca/ of /last week when Cap,. T. B. bat event, A, B. Kramer of
f. Ellison (center) threw out the season's first ball/ for the nine NATTC for the Rat Racing event Bill Scronce 1- 2 NJSC Next races will be held on

r team NATTC Softball/ League. Flanking/ him, are fe/ AO"BM and the Stunt event trophy was Jim Pantano 2-1 NJSC May 8 at the Navy Jacksonville
and the Navy Support teams. The /later softball action had won by F. D. Robbs of NARTU. Jerry Kinnam 3 3 NJSC Sailing Club, WAS Jax.
three winners in the event
Navy Support winning the opener, 742. ..... r._ : Tt
5'; 7,

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I'll, I :f}ft tt..., R!.iS t.SH O. R liS 4: I D. Robbs r

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t 30 10 the A. B. Kramer t. ,' I ..
SWIM/ NEWS urday, April p.m. at '
NATTC Jax. Fla. :,: f
Indoor Pool. Personnel inter-

T1 I' The Navy Jax Swim Team held ested in becoming members of J. H. Garcia ,' 1'i'f ,.r: \: .j-"
last week the'Naval '.
I a picnic at the Jax Navy Swim Team' are "' I I'
Hospital Gator Den. Honoredat invited to attend. .The Swim- NATTC Jax Fla. ,:". f.

t, the occasion were Team Pre- ming Meet originally scheduledfor st .
"' .
sident, Lcdr. ,J. H. O'Donnell May 18th has been rescheduled COMBATEVENT '"" ... .,
1, who is being transferred to London for May 31, i i
I and Mike Dyer, Team \ i
i Coach.. Tryouts for the Swim J. D. Morgan 1

t Team will take place this SatOrange GOLF TOURNEY VP30A. ., '

Jax Navy golfers In the B. Kramer ..4 dGl a
t ; The Thirteenth Annual Tr-StateMll- NATTC Jax. Fla. _: a

I Park itary Invitational Golf Tourna- I
; ment held at Parris Island, S.C., B. W. Clay

: PresbyterianChurch took 3rd place in the team com Naval Hospital
petition with 1199 points. The
PREPARE TO CAST-OFF. .Participants In last weekend'ssailing
t hosting activity Marine Corps :
L Recruit Depot won the tourney. RAT RACING/ EVENT races make the final preparations as the ten-minute:

{ : 242 Mclitosh Ave. ,, warning bell sounds prior to ,cast-off. .a'n I
.. A. a. Kramer '> *-
Perk Florhli t" J '" NATTC Jax. Fla. '. Intramural
J3 OrMgt 6ND BOWLING :% \ .rf NATTC StandingsThe n

I'" Minister. i C. F. Cherry <
r The Sixth Naval District Bowl- NATTC Jax Fla. and guests who are planning
!( Rev.Edwin. Mongomery, Jr. Ing Tournament got underway this to attend. <
1 MAD # 5 43 13 The high set for the week was
past Tuesday, and for a whileit
ii i SUNDAY SCHEDULE was doubtful whether NAS Jax J.VP-30 D. Morgan 2AC 39 17 577 by Shingleton AE "A"#2.
I AO 38 18 He had games of 236, 176.
would have entries. The
1 plane The NAS Hobby Shop is now AE HA" #1 37 19 165. Other high set of 575;
that was scheduled take the
>i k : 8:30a.m. Worship five Waves and 5 to Mem- in the process of building a large MAD # 1 34 22 Bainb ridge of MAD /# 5 had a set
; -, 9:45a.m. Sunday School men to flying circle and also adding a., MAD # 4 32 24 of 563; Pettrie of MAD 1## 4
phis was delayed, the
so group large model shop soon to be open. 500 11# 31 25
of 209 and t
rolled a a set
f700 : finally took off via commercialair. game 1
a.m. Wl.lup All interested model builders and
AE Officers 31 25
of 561, AO #,2's Johnson bowled ,
Watch for the results
6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship next flyers are urged to use these AEV"a" 30 26
: week. a 222 game, Sandecki of 500 ##1 f:
,, facilities. The hours are Mon. MAD 1## 2 29 27AE'.A" rolled a 215 game, Hill of
to \
,t; thru Fri. 1200-2200, Sat., Sun.. #2 28 '28 \' AE "A" 1# ,1 bowled. a 213' h
,t & Holidays 09001900. For fur- MAD ### 3 27 29. game and Stokes of AO #2' 1
ther information contact MR. H. AO #1 27 29 rolled 'a 212 game.
r PIZZA C. Osburn, ext. 8378 Mon. thru MAD 1## 6 27 29 'V\"*

\. Fri. 10001800. 5601 24 32 '
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402 14 42 "
A/C Maint 12 44
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t Lfr PREMIUM BEER'CHOICE CUT STEAKS 560I 1 55 Won' Lost "' '"',"J r
MAD 1 67,2
The end of the season :
,.f \ PIZZA. NATTC Intramural Softball banquet has been scheduled for MFC < '6' : :* 2 > *
action this week,AE"A"defeated Wednesday, May 25 at the Acey SS ##2 If 5'1:; ;' 3 r' .
r MFC 12-2. In the AE"B" clash SS1# ;j.-4''! '.' 4
4 ; OUR SPECIALTY"HOURS Ducey Club.. Team Captains ; : .4V/ "
; AE"B" came out on top 136. shoudl canvas their teams and SS ##3 '4 ', 4 ". '., '.P'/

I 4 1( : The third game was won by Ma- notify Chief Peterson ( Ext. AE ((8)) 2" ; 6 A i

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AIR NEWS/AFTFRRII" --.u.tJJD_... .P"ftA-I': 1S::' .

I Nine Teams Vie For CF Hellcats Win NAS Cecil Field CF Bowling

I Softball League CrownThe All-Navy YB Golf Standings Standings, ;;
intramural softball season The
underway at NAS Cecil last seven games are scheduled to Gold League Teams Won Lost ;? 4:
got fast Monday, with nine teams when one team Innings Is each, except NAS Memphis, representing Lost'k';
ten runs ahead Team Won '
the ?
for the crown in a leaguethat of the opponent the South Atlantic Region, won .a-. Mon ,Mixed ..
at '
vying end of the All Navy '
is scheduled to last until five complete Innings. In that championship that Volleyball VA-44 Blue 6 0';:. Night Cap. 14 2 I
the lattepart of August. case, the game will end after CornadoCalif.lhe'Ilellcats'was playedat Gof Vl-oP-62 4 1., Tweet. Birds : ,,13 3 ay.,.,' :
The league will be split into five innings. defeated Bmrs.VF-45 5 2' Under Dogs 11 5 : 0 JB
two halves, with the winnersin Teams forfeiting two games Pacific in Amphibious the finals Forces of the l "
of '"
two out '
half playing will 8 8
each automatically be "
dropped double f
round robin .,
three series to determine the from the league. had tournament. VA-44Gold 3, 3: ,' COP'S 7 9 ti:. <" I
Phibpac '
champion.The previously won the VF-62 3' 34; : Team 6 1 15 ";
300.C. I '
station All \ .
Navy title three in ,
nine entries include:Wea- SCHEDULE years VA-72 Enls. 3 ,4t Ho Shots 15 .J ''' .
a row. : -l':
oons, VC 4 Det "A" VF-174, Photo VFP-62 1 3k.1. '. .,', .
3rine Barracks, NAMTG, VA- Thursday, April 28 Naval Memphis District won the Sixth VF-174 11/2 '4 ': Wed. Late.. ':' "
title '
44. VF -11, Admin, and Supply. 5:30 VF 174 vs NAMTG record then took with the SoLant a 62 VAOfficers 0 1.'\M, Operations 28.5 ," J',/,:'. ,'J
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will be played' Monday 7:30 Admin Comm. .
Games vs Supply
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tourney on their way to the '
through Thursday on "B" Circle All Navy finals. Blue League. ..:'X.> NAMTG 2 165 ,I
5:30 and 7:30 p.m. MondayMay 2 VF-13 Adm. 16.5, I
South at The team now goes to Quan- Team' Won Lost: ;. : .' I
The onlY exception to this 5:30 Marines vs VF 11 tico, Va., to represent the Navy .. \, VA-44 18.5 f I IWeap.1
schedule Is all a rly home games 7:30 VF 174 vs Admin In the Interservlce Tourney that ,. Med. 13
for the Marines will be playedat is scheduled for this week. 71/2. ., VF-13Maint.l. 12,
the Weapons Depa.nmentfield. Tuesday May 3 Dick Gardner, AMS1, from AMD-l 61/2 1/2 NAMTG 11,
At the end of the season, 5:30 VC 4 vs Supply NAS Cecil was selected as a Mobl.Train 6 2: Inf.rJ.parlmentai .' ,
awards will be given to the 7:30 NAMTG vs VA-44 member of the All Navy 'Open. 51/2 21/2 ,. j t
championship team, the 31/2 Lop. Losers 1 9. ",
league squad to play inthe Interservice. Supply
runners up team, and the Wednesday May 4 Admin. .'441/2 .4",: B. Bombers 161/271/2 .,' ; .
players on the championship 5:30 VA 44 vs Marines Weaps.-2 3112 41/2 Toss Ups 14 10 ,' .j ; ,c.'
team. 7:30 VF 11 vs VF 174 Tickets ON Sale AMD-2 31/2 4112 J3hmder Bus. 12. ,
Mar. Barrk. 21/2 51/2 in Boys / 12"i i
Putting Green for Cecil At Spec. ServicesThe Med.&Den. 21/2 5112 S ters 11 i
BOQPUTT. VC-4 11/2 61/2 Li' 5 5 1

ticket office at Special Comm. 11/2 6f/Z.
Services, NAS Cecil has ticketsto
the following events:
..+ Exhibition game between the
New York Mets and the Jack-
sonville Suns on May 2, for PRECISION
$1.50. General admission ticketsto
all regular season games play Block Boring 9116311

ed By the Suns are available for Rod Valve
50tf. "Country Music Spectacular" -
featuring Jayne Mansfieldand SPED AP ZING JN : ': >// v'COMPLETE 19.'T
the cast of "Las Vegas Hill ENGINE U
billies", appearing at the Coli-
far M seum on Friday, May 6. Prices FQRA
start at $3 for the promenade;
$2.50 for box seats; and $2 for MAJOR & MINOR TUNEUPS RACING
general admission. All ticketsto FINANCING AVAILABLE
this show be
can purchasedat
a 500 discount rate. COMPLETE FRONT END & BRAKE I

Bowed Wins -Automotive-

Pistol Match Engineering

.PUTT. .J. Butler, TN, cuts the first hole in the Chief George Bowen walkedoff
new putting green behind the BOQ. Standing from left to right onCe again with the trophy

are:Lt.jg( ) Carr, Henry Gravley, 'SD3, 'Sammy Desuyo, TN, at last match Saturday's held at second the Jacksonville monthly --

Pepe Gonxogo, '''SD1, and Tino Navales, TN. The putting green, Police Pistol Range. The

slated to open next month, was built by the men of the BOQ match Is held on the second and .-c:
Division.; ; ; fourth Saturday of each month,
and is sponsored by the Jacksonville -

Raiders Win One Lose Three Bowen Police posted Pistol a 300 with25X's Club. ..

out of a possible 300 with 30 X's "

to take top honors. He fired a .. '..'.' ".,
Play at Jax Tomorrow Night .22 caliber pistol. b''iL '\
Another NAS Cecil Field *

The NAS Cecil varsity soft- In eight innings on two unearnedruns. shooter, Eisenhower GMG1,finished -
ball team got their 1966 sea- The "Raiders" won the second in the Marksman .. ,
son underway:! last Thursday and second game 4-0, with homeruns Class with a 250 score. ,
Friday night with a doubleheader accounting for three of the runs. The monthly 2700 will be fired \ ;1:
each night. this Sunday at the same range.
The This event will be fired In 90 "
first encounter was againstthe Tomorrow night NAS Cecil will .
Independents from Marietta, travel to NAS Jax to take on rounds with the .22, .45 and ,.
and the "Raiders" came out on the "Fliers" in a doubleheader center-fire pistols. Three men will
the short end of the scoring In at 7:00 p.m. from the NAS Cecil team ,.".
both games, 5-0 and 40. All enter
the 'I' ,
scoring In both
games was .
done in one Inning, and resulted e ", r"
from loose defensive play by ." .
the NAS Cecil team. BIG CHIEF
On Friday night the"Raiders"met .Oflf&Pa
NAS Glynco this time man- TIRE CO. Trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly,

Glynco aging to took split the the first two game game set.2-1 courteous, cheerful that's us here at .


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1. How many home runs did Why just shop for a HOUSE when you can have a
; ,The ORF and Enlisted Men's Field's Fourteenth An- New York Met coach Yogi Berra
[swimming pools at NAS Cecil niversary Invitational Golf Tour- hit during his major league FamilyTailoredHome
[Field will open this Saturday nament will be held Saturday career?
fat 11:00 a.m. The Enlisted Men's Sunday, May 7 8, at the 2. Who holds the National
[pool will operate same as last station golf course. Football League record for being !
wear, but some changes have penalized in one game?
been made in the ORF operat- The two day event will i be a 3. Who was the home run k
ing schedule. 36 hole medal play tourney, king for the National LeagueIn
I 'I, The CPO pool will not open with 18 holes being played each 1965
c until;' a later date, However, day.. A total of 128 golfers 4. How many times did Babe rya '_ ,
', chief petty officers and their dependents (maximum registration), will be Ruth hit two or more home runs
'; may use the EM pool divided into eight flights, with in one game during his major
until the CPO pool is ready for 16 golfers ineachfilight according league career?
opening.The to handicaps. 5. When was boxing's Golden
following is the scheduled Gloves originated?
hours of operation: Handicaps for the tournamentwill 6. How did _Preakness, the Professional planning brings this 1325
ORF Saturday 11:00 a.m. be entered on the registration horse for whom the classic race square foot rancher to you for an amazing $13 1 950
to 7:00 p.m. form and must be verifiedby at Plmlico is named, die? low monthly payment! Spacious living room, ,
country-size feitchen'dining room, with two
Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 the entrant's home pro 7. How many points did baths and circulating: floor plan. Separate
p.m. fessional.The the Los Angeles Rams score in laundry room, tool 4 big bedrooms, plus attached 19,500enchanted
Closed Monday through Friday individual entry fee of 1950 to set a National Football storage-style garage.
until further notice. $15.00 will include greens fees League record for a 12game
i EM Tuesday through Saturday and admission to the refresh- season?
11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ment and food buffet at the prize ANSWERS
.:,- t' Sunday 1:00 p.m. to awards on Sunday evening, May
7:00 p.m. 8. This fee must accompany the 096I UJ swjod 99; JO
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fine corps of lifeguards fO a: first, three places in each flight. 'ssaIDIeaJd. '9 7400103rd St. OM 10 ....-io>...Daily 771-2360
swimming season. The g f -Awards{ will be presented by aadt'dsMauAIIrP
.t j consist of three ladies' aI" ft''Captain: S. D. Wright, commanding )fJo) Maple Lttl UI *S
men. officer, who is the official OMJ A1U9A9S '1'
host for the tourney. 's4crv1 311UM 'C'spJe
Keep ChildriOff The tournament is open to the Joj ssmji} it3J3M pa-zneuoo
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observed riding have bicycles recently on some been North Further Florida information area. may be v se dnftrof exe Sujpnpujsjauioq89C jofeui: vasipiro IO R BOYSatisfaction i]
of the greens at the NAS Cecil obtained by contacting the pail t3Q jSoA 'I :
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may Golf
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be a great sport for the child- extension 243.Personnel at Scouts Down : / Guaranteed Or Your Money Backti!
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ren, it engender no love from to
golfers. A child could be seri- Waves
ously injured if struck by a golf 28-17 J. u.s..PREMIUM I .
ball in flight. Although this would are also remindedthat
The Waves went down to defeat a.f
be accidental, golfers are famousfor Lake Newman and the Skeet .
hitting uncontrolled shots. Range areas are out of bounds Tuesday night when the Boy X190 RUBBER
Scouts on slugging
poured powerto
Residents housing areas a- for unaccompanied children as a
board the station are urged to result of damage the overrun them 28-17.
In" the first inning, with the i 1
instruct their children of the buildings caused by B-B, pellet
Waves first bat,
to they broughtin
dangers and to stay off the course. or .22 caliberguns., <<
i one run to take their only
wt BHHHHHBBBBMHIBMIHHBii 'n lead in the Then $
game. Troop
j lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN' ANYWHEREI i iE 131 stood at the plate found and holesin almost I. 4 FOR 44 I
i E CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SPACE 1 1p the Wave's defense. ..

During the last 20 minutes of i
Try Our play the Waves rallied when one LOOKS LIKE NEW RUNS LIKE NEW
'" of their players belted out a triple ::3: GUARANTEED LIKE NEW// ::::
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+' ,: I( Call Ahead BASKET ((4 pcs) late-game The challenge rally. game was play- {, WE HAVE A BIG SELECTION '
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French Fries for the Boy Scouts, so that they

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% 1t1 Prior to the game it had been :: ALL FIRST LINE ::
decided to make this an annual :: ALL ONE PRICE';:'
affair between two teams witha MOST SZESN/ STOCK ::;
I i trophy being awarded to the I
4621 winners. The Boy Scouts will
Sau Jaau Are.
; hold the trophy until next year'sgame :: $ ::::
when it will be transferredto :{ ":::
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.. NATTC's Commanding Officer ,
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) 525 to 600 ing squads, stayed to watch his
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