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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 19, 1966


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Rotary Club Kiwanis Host Armed Forces Week Luncheons "


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I A LUNCHEON IN HONOR OF ARMED FORCES ""WEEK was held last Monday eon for Navy personnel was also held by the Kiwanis/ / of the Roosevelt Hotel I
,- ; at the Mayflower Hotel by the ftofaiv Club for approximately/ personnel on the same day. The luncheons were an example of the cooperation/ existing
from HAS Jax and Its tenant commands, Cecil Field and the Naval Station/ 'between the Navy and the'civilian populace of the Jacksonville area.
Mayport. Guest speakers were featured along with the luncheon.' Another lunch.


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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of f 1 cia 1 expression of any
':, military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an, endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


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n-RateRe.quiremenl R Supervisors' CNO Vetoes U n i Change

Cut For Some To AdvanceNavymen For Senior Petty OfficersAny

Mitt Held

may have at least one thing to thank the fighting in thoughts of Introducing the CPO type uniform to first
Viet Nam for. Specially qualified men in all of the Seabee ratings, On Wednesday end Thursdayof and second class Navymen must fly out, the porthole, according
last week 584 supervisorsfrom to last week's Navy Times. Reason for sending the proposalto
as well as a generously long list of others, may have their tlme-
in-rate requirement as much as, cut in half to qualify for advancement HAS Jacksonville and other the circular file, as announced by CNO David L. McDonald, '
Naval activities in the Jackson- is lack of room aboard ship for storage and upkeep of the more
to E-5 and E-6 in next August's exams, according: to the Navy
ville area attended sessions re- bulkY seabatz.
; Other' ratings listed include emphasizing theNavy's affirma- Deciding that it was wrong

.. BM QM, EN, SK, BT, RD, MR, 'Navy NurseCorps tive action program for Equal NBCSchoolCrasses .leave. senior ,PO's hopefulof
,,- SM, DC, RM, and SF. Men in Employment Opportunity. the change after so much 'I,
l these ratings will need only six Captain John R.MackrotnNAS publicity ,:on the recent tests, +
months' as' E-4's (instead of the Now Commanding Officer, stressedthe ;Set Adnv McDonald made the decision -

j v... -. usual ,12)"'and"only19*ttue*_ Importance of the program to known last week. .i4 i/
.' :bur:Nation*and:to NAS JacksonVille -' > ""**'
as E-5 (instead of, 24) 1f'they ? ,- '' Ori 4nMy ,a project sponsored Wbyjhe
, are' expressly recommended by' 58\ Yrs.,, OldThe \ ,, and of the'individual all 'responsibility ForJune6Training;: : .,, Secretary, Of the Navy'sretention
h their CO for the waiver. supervisory 'task force. the test
l .: Men with broken service also Navy Nurse'Corps cele- personnel "lie expressed his In Nuclear, Bio was conducted for approximately -
.,, stand to benefit under a new rule brated its 58th Anniversary full support and personal logical and Chemical Warfare one year by some 1000 senior
which will let them take the exam last week, and to commemoratethe endorsement of the Program. Defense procedures will be petty officers in different Naval
for the 'next higher rating event nurses at the Naval Captain Mackroth referred to available at NAS Jax during the commands. ,
without meeting the time-in- Hospital held a ceremony at President Johnson's mandateto month of June. NAMTRADET Results of the tests were for-
grade 'requirements, provided the NAS Jax Officers' Club. make the Federal Government 3018 (NBC), with 1.. E. Bost- warded to the task force who,
they came back Into the Navyat as the Natlon'slargestemployer'- dorf, DC1, In charge will after exhaustive studies, could
a lower pay grade than that During the aimiversaryparty, a showcase of equal employment convene classes in Building 613 come up with no firm recommendation -
held when they went out. .a traditional cake-cutting ceremony opportunity and stated that it on June 6, 13, 20 and 27. because of the deeply i
The new deal also allows for was held with Ens. Carol was his wish that the Naval Air The course is four days in involved feelings and tradi-
fleet reservists who have returned LaForge assisting Capt. W. S. Station, Jacksonville, the larg- length and is designed to pro- tions. _
to active duty to count Baker, Jr., Commanding Officer, est employer in this area, bea vide personnel with a basic As such dilemmas go, this ,
; the time-in-grade they had on In cutting the cake. Ens. La- showcase of this program not knowledge of nuclear, biologicaland one was forwarded to the
the books In their present pay Forge who Is the youngest' nurseat Continued on Page 2 chemical warfare defense, higher ups for a Command ,
f grade in computing the time they the hospital represented the an appreciation of the disaster decision; and the command f
t need to take the,, test, for the fifty nurses attached" to the NBCPaysTrlbuUTo control program and a general authority says,"No got" ,
r next higher grade.Applicants command.The understanding of survival techniques Figures can't be argued withat I
t Armed ForcesAs in the event of a NBC least not in this case, so .:1
t for conversion Nurse it's that quoted by
, Navy Corps was attack. figures are i
to the Navy's newest rating established In 1908 with the an Armed Forces Day Tri This NBC training course the Navy's boss admiral."A .I
aren't being left out either. first, twenty nurses (now knownas bute, NBC News presents The has been approved by the chief: Marine afloat, a ship's ;
Those who have applied for a the "sacred twenty" ) Anatomy of Defense", a report of Naval Operations for use by company Marine with his cap ,
I switch to the rating of aviation serving at the Naval Hospital in on the Nation's military all naval activities and has been and uniform, the one that most II
support equipment technicianAS Washington, D. C. strength. The show, which: made available to activities in nearly resembles our chief petty
( ) will be examined In their features various military commands the Jacksonville area by the officer uniform, requires 191/2
old rating, with the pro- Nurses today serve at the and operational theaters, Commander, Naval Air Forces, cubic feet of uniform storage
," mise to receive any promotion various hospitals throughout the is scheduled for telecastingMay Atlantic Fleet. space. For our chiefs, it Is 32
earned in the AS rating Navy and on hospital ships with 20.The The course is conducted by cubic! feet per man. For our
' if selected for conversion. their number being augmented one hour show can be instructor personnel assigned to other Petty officers and enlistedmen
by advancement programs for seen tomorrow night on WFGA- the Naval Air Maintenance: Train- it is 7 1/2 cubic feet."
That way, they'll be testedon both the hospital corpswave and TV (Channel 12) from 7:30-- ing Group. Student quotas can With many of the older ships ;
the subjects with which they nursing students. 8:30 p.m. Continued 2 still in use, the ones which
are most familiar, but will get on Page have been "framed" in recent (.
promoted Into the new, and years to, serve the needs of ,$
relatively speaking, faster the modern Navy carrying 1,
moving specialty. up to 15 or 20 percent more /
men than they were originally( i
The "blood and tear -
sweating" Medics on the fight- designed for, adding,.to the storage :
Ing front have earned the big- needs of the other petty ,I
officers would seriously compound I
break of
gest rate making 41P !
all under f Just issued Instruc- space difficulties.
Adm. McDonald said, however \
tions which create a quota
that, he didn't ,
mean to
the first Navy meritorious pro-
"close the door forever "
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motions to hospital corpsmen
day" and that no one could know -''!*
and dental techniciansservingwiththe
Fleet Marines In the strife- but what five years from now ;) ,
things might be different.At I
torn country., least two ideas currently :

Those who have distinguished under study, be said, may puta
different light the matter MIn
themselves In combat duty are to
the future. He of !
without spoke ;
be allowed ,
promotions '
the hunt for different fabrics ,*
take the exams.
having to
.a..' to make more easily storable uniforms ,
Navy officials are going on the "I .AM A MONSTER" Er, no, that's not It at all. They're actually students undergoing trainIng as well as of the ex- e\
don'thave perlment to see how much:
that such
assumption space
time to men with the NBC Warfare Defense School, conducted by NAMTRADET 3018, which will be could be saved by ideal manning r
w-r. prepare back at Jax (Its home base) to conduct classes next month. The Instructor (right) Is L. E. of ships by men of needed

1I' onf nueJ.9" ,Pq9ft ), ..' t'$qtdorf.QC1i,7baisIptI19rq..of'hegrpvp.' Student unidentified. skills. ,


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May 79, 1966

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OFFICIAL TEST FORM ) \\f' 5f> rvh p '

I Wednesday, May 25th, 10-11 P.M. I ROMAN CATHOLIC By Captain Roland W. Faulk, ChC, USN

..Nan.. yan can.try,to anptava your flnt..tlma teen 2.5. n 3fl. n annually In tnis
observed country on the your_ driving (kill.* St. Edward's Chapeland Armed Forces Day Is
c--I r .an rim thoaa of ttudto w
| dhm......-.a..sth tnandi'and family acore*, 26. n 39. n third Saturday In May. On this occasion, military installations
I andnda c$--pfwioad by axpart drtwm
I doors to the public and the
their permit
I *.4L = 40. n are bidden to open
not laintaatwfiaw 1966 National!odors Naval Hospital
their and
felt 01 May 24i.' Mate.ntrta ol the date on your friends of the Armed Forces to visit ships stations.
KM-=-todM.Off TlMTt. +May a"d <
29. n 42. n Hospital .-'- 0630 our nation's life by reminding the people of the country of the
I 30. fl43. n St. Edward's importance of the Armed Forces to the nation and the world.It .

FU"M T r t(Ttut or r.b.)k.Y or N 31. n 44. n lapel ,. 0900 & 1100 will call attention to the need for military preparedness in a
fit m Not.A.B,C tr D(mulUpta choc), appro commonplace.
priate wtnt QpMan ojuntaw*ra not land, 32. 45. world where war and violence are so
n r n DAILY MASSES On Armed Forces Day It is also important to be reminded of the
I 1. 'n 13. n 33. n 46. n I St. Edward's: place of the Armed Forces in God's scheme of things. It is said

.n 14. n 34. p47. n Monday thru Friday 1130 that this is a nation which exists "under God". If so, then the

_3. n15. n 35. n 48. n Saturday ., 0900 Armed Forces of this nation are also "under! God". Because of
Naval Hospital: war and the hardship and sufferings that go with it, it is difficultfor
I(4. n 1s n 36. _n49.
el Friday 1205 some people to conceive that God could have any use for
5. n 17. n 37. n so. the Armed Forces.

6. n is. n CONFESSIONSSt. There are many who decry the existence of the Armed Forces

7. n w. n OPINION (W SCORE) Edward's : and the military power which they represent and suggest that God's
I a. n 20. i. I Saturday - 1900 2000 purpose can be expressed only through the abandonment of all
2. 1g Sunday 0845; force and power and the ability to wage war. To many sincere
n 21. n 3. 1015 1045 people, this is considered the only morally correct position for

10. n22. n 4.: Hospital: Sunday .OGlE honorable men to take. But this is an over simplification of the
( 1L n 23. n s. I problem. The great issues which have to be faced in this kind of

CATECHISM CLASSES world unfortunately cannot be resolved simply by embarking ona
12. n24. n. TOTAL SCORE Dto Chapel Annex Building 722: national policy of powerlessness . .The pacifist position
.aw 1fBS wur Tat to!product by Des Newt,with the eoop.fatten v of((h-National Saftty1MI < Saturday's 1000 tends to ignore the fact of evil In the world and minimizes the

.... ,. and obligation of honorable men to evil, even violently,
to Jb*>r gA..N lamarajip & MMM fuss a PHfld 1 at fftUa "' of tVa duty oppose
<. fmijmmttm wit tin latiool Sofitf Council hrdoipau in tin .... 1t. J SERVICES
2441W '. ,IvUrtafcm d. Jooktemillr.iCtlp. Han DIVINE/ if necessary. It ignores the fact that weakness begets and makes
tow mmm -- ICrfcanj ft Say*_ PROTESTANTAll possible evils of all kinds which can only be met by opposition.
// Saints Chapel Hitler rose to power in Europe because he believed that the poli-
cy of certain nations, Including our own, was tied to a pacifist doc-
SUNDAY'S trine. He thought that he could embark on all sorts of adventures
1966 National Driver Test 0800 -- -Holy Communion
& without fear of opposition or restraint. He promised to make his
0930 1100Divine Worship nation the master of the world. And he almost succeeded... He

eventually embarked on a, policy of genocide (the murder of the
Set For May 25 On WJXTDrivers Annex Jewish race.) Ultimately the Armed Force of the free world became -
722 the instrument of God's purpose In bringing down Hitler but
Building not before millions of innocent people had been slain.
in this area will have a new opportunity to evaluate The Armed Forces have a place in God's scheme of things.
their automobile knowledge and skill behind the wheel when CBS WEDNESDAY'S '
?i would be well for all of us to know what it Is.
News presents an all-new broadcast 'The 1966 National Drivers ------Qiolr Rehearsal

Test," in color Wednesday, May 25 10 p.m. on WJXT Television
4 in Jacksonville. THURSDAY Employment Meet......
This newest audience-involvment special will be broadcast four 2000 Christian Science Service -
days before the start of the Memorial Day weekend. It is timedto Continued from Page I
help make the driving public more aware of hazards they may SECOND MONDAY of Each Month only for the Jacksonville area that 9070/ of what Is termedas
0930 Chapel Women's Guild but for the entire Navy. "problems" result from
encounter on the road during this highly dangerous holiday period.
Last year's test,, in its 'initial broadcast, was ,seen by more (Small Chapel)' An appraisal of the Equal Em- lack of education and lack of

than 30 million television viewers. Figures show that,more than ployment Opportunity Programand economic opportunity.
42 percent ,of, across section ,of licensed :drivers failed the test U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, its economic Impact on &" "Because you' are key people,"
prior to the last ;Memorial Day, with only 25 percentrated "good"or Sunday's ,- ,-.j- IQOp minority community was made' Mr, Alexander said, "you
"excellent." A ,, ', ," .. .''-:-" r. ., by',Mr. L. I. Alexarder, speak! hold the J key to making this pro-
The new test will again 'this year 're-create common collision CECIL FIELD'PROTESTANT er In the picture'below. Mr. gram a reality but the task
situations and hazardous road conditions while examining motoristson Alexander presently employedas requires extreme patience and
their knowledge of expressway driving, city and suburban Today- an Appraiser for the Small tolerance."
driving mechanical functions Business Administration, Jack- Mr. Eubanks Barnhill Civil
simple and repairs' of automobiles, Choir Practice at 7 ,
latest safety features and driving in rain or fog at night. More Sunday- p. m. sonville Regional Office, has Service Commission Repres-
than 30 questions will be employed.To been a business man and active entative, explained the U. S.
Sunday School 9:30
illustrate each point, various visual techniques will be used, Chapel Service at at 10:30 p. m. leader in this community for Civil Service Commission regulations -

including animation as well as filmed and taped scenes drama- Communion on the first Sundayof a.m. many years. policies and philo-
tizing each situation. The road scenes are being produced in and the month. Mr. Alexander stated that sophies relating to the Equal
around Tampa, Florida., using a helicopter camera, camera car, Navy employees in the Jackson- Employment Opportunity Pro-
stationary camera and a camera to follow action inside the car. CATHOLIC ville area have always playeda gram. "Equal Employment
The National Safety Council will serve as chief consultant for Daily- role of leadership and have Opportunity Is not a new subject.We .
"The 1966 National Drivers Test," as it did for last }ear' broad- 11:20 a. m. Mass made outstanding contributionsto have talked about It before
cast. A board of independent consultants, including the American Sunday- social and civic activities of and we will be talking aboutit
Automobile Association will all participate. again." said Mr Barnhill.
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- this community. However, he
Merit Hikes NBC School. fessions heard before each Mass. said, they must recognize them- Mr. Barnhill closed his remarks -
.... ... selves as educators and realize with a quote from-
CONTINUED FROM PA GE 1 that they still have contributionsto talk made by Vice President
CONTINUED FROM PAGE be obtained by contacting NAM- AF Day, May 21 make in the education and Humphrey stating "Let us be
themselves for the regular advancement TRADETS Jax at Ext. 8501. development of the skills of the as resourceful and ingenious in
exams to petty officer NAMTRADET 3018 is basedat Church ServicesSince people they superivse. providing equal opportunity now
first, second and third He have been resourceful and
NAS Jax but travels hundreds stated that the Negroesof as we
class. of miles to Armed Forces Day Is this community want to make ingenious in denying these opportunities -
provide this
Extensions of the meritorious important observed on ,Saturday, May 21, their contributions to society and In the past." .
promotions to other ratings Is at military training establishments to personnel special Church Services In observance realize they must help them- An ,audience participation

being considered, but nothing throughout the Southeast and Car- of this day will be selves, but they cannot do It question and answer period followed -
definite has yet been issuedon ribean area. Since last conducted on Sunday, May 22 alone. Mr. Alexander stated the speakers' talks.
the proposal.The con- in the Protestant and Catholic
ducting training .' -- ....
midsummer exam dates at Jax In Chapels at NAS J ax. :\ \- -
have been September 1965, this detach-
set as: to E 4
Tuesday, August 2 to E5 ment has visited MCAS Beaufort _
; In St. Edwards Chapel (Cath- r
Glynco NAS rill
Cecil y
Thursday, August 4; to E 6, Field, NAVSTA olic) the Day will be observedby
Tuesday, August 9; and to E7, Bay, NAS Stanford Guantanamo and NAS a special Mass on Sunday,
Thursday, August 11. Key West. the 22nd at 11 a.m., for all
the members of the Armed
Forces and their families. The
protection of Almighty God will
be Invoked on this occassion
J.Ax. AIR NEWS for all of those who have dedi-
cated their lives to the defenseof

our beloved country and all
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper of the God-given rights which are

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, its heritage.In .

Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a r,.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR All Saints' Chapel(Protestant -

NEWS must be forwarded to the S.rvicelnformation Office, ) Identical services in observance ,

BoV 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before of Armed Forces Day -wW" A
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- will be held. Chaplain Roland ,r ,
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. W. Faulk will preach at both ---
services on the subject; "God ;::
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries "
and The Armed Forces.
concerning such should be directed to Appropriate I teat
music will be rendered
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway,
by All Saints' Chapel Choir. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040
week's session ofHavyJax supervisors was L.Alexander,
.All Navy and Marine Corps an Appraiser for the Small Business Administration In Jack-
VOL. 24 WO. 8 May 79, 1966
personnel are cordially invitedto sonville. The
two-day session was held to re-emphasize the
these special services and
and are Navy's affirmative action program for Equal Employment Op- : 4
urged to with
I', .1 ttttti't3sliv. i ,'}...:; :, .: '(o'.,:... .,:.:J....' .,{:'.{ :iiii': i/ j.t t'1.. t m.'U.t'11.. "come .,.'0',1"worship"..".,,f,MvVftf ,I..p rl".tr.'t.......... \. ..\ 1 \1 ",

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May 19, 7966 JAX AIR NEVIS/AFTERBURNER "'11 "...73'_ '"

I \ State RtgilatioNs- Drivtrs' Licensts ; 'i."':' 1 CEDAR HILLS :., .';'. t"

,- (Editor's note: This" is the $3. Nonresident's: license honored required. 'Nonresident'who is rendered' when Montana'license 771-5W l".'--'t '
fourth in series of
a articles on reciprocal basis; visi- properly licensed in his home is issued. Servicemen having .",1.1"
dealing for drivers.with state licensing laws tor's permit not required. Serv- state may operate motor vehicle a valid Montana license upon SHOWINGMAY202C :' .; d"
) icemen in time of war or national in 'Michigan. Visitors permitnot entry into service may use ''xHe's
KANSAS Required! expireson emergency may be licensed required. Operator license:: such license, until 30 days following '
licensee's birthday, even or without fees. discharge. Exempt from .: '
payment of any must be purchased immediatelyif ',' ... '"
odd year, corresponding with residence is established. No license: Any person who is '. ..
year of birth. Renewal of expired MARYLAND Required: Op special licensing arrangementsfor a member of Armed Forces of .. ::,
license or original appli- erator's license expires on last resident servicemen. Non- the United States, while operating noSOCfGt ,
cation: examination fee $3, eye' day of birth month, in "odd"or resident serviceman may use a motor vehicle owned agent...
test, written and driving test, "even" years according to home state driver's license if or leased to the United States he's a crookt
Fee based on birthdate. Dup- the holder's year of birth. After home 'state registrationIs Government and being operatedon
licate, $.50. Licensee from official business.
licensee is placed in proper renewal retained.
another state, except those in
cycle license will then expire -
military service must surrenderhis every two years on the last MINNESOTA Required: renewable Next week series will start
out-of-state license upon obtaining day of the licensee's birthmonth, on licensee's birthday with Nebraska.
'a Kansas driver's license. and must be renewed. Original in fourth year 'after, 'Issuance.
Servicemen on active duty in lIcp.nsefee $7 plus notary fee; Written exam eye test and driving x
Kansas may use home state driver's duplicate $.50; renewal, $2. test required for original TEOwtcoumTKCHHfSCOttK. -
license, provided home state Written exam eye test and driving license. Nonresident having a WeaconitettSt. "
registration also maintained. ; test required for original valid operator's license from
Kansas operator's license required license. Nonresident's license home state is permitted to use
If operating Kansas reg-: honored for 90 days on a reciprocal same until expired to drive any M11tI03rd
istered vehicle after,90 days. basis. However,if res- vehicle regardless of State of I

idence is established or employ- vehicle registration. Operator's St. at Wescortnett Olud.'
KENTUCKY Required; valid ment is obtained Maryland operator's license must be secured within
Wire Flowers
for two years. Issued by Department license must be secured 60 days if permanent residenceIs .
of 'Public Safety andi P"OIl SP.I M770 or SP l-0i50
within 30 days. Eye and writ- established. Serviceman having
expires' at end of applicants birth ten ,test required. Nonresident: valid Minnesota license upon FlowersFor I COlUMeiA PICTURES..*.... ',
'month.: Fee $2, duplicate $1. students enrolled in an accredited entry into service; such license Every Occasion, HOfiSTBUCHOiZTHAT I
Written. exam driving test and Maryland school, college or,university remains valid until 90 days after 'DELIVERYJEWELL 11\M Md+OM,
vision, hearing and physical disability who are not employedor discharge or release.MISSISSIPPI FREE MAN IN ISTANBUL"USED .
tests I required for original .engaged in any trade or pro- J. SMITH 41
license. Nonresident permitted :- fession, shall be exempt from obtaining -
to use. his home state '. Maryland registration, Required; expires .
operator's license on reciprocal provided the states of which they In one or two years (optional "' : If !:
basis; visitor's permit 'not re- are residents extend the same ) from date of issuance. : ,, 1 .
quired. Operator, s license,must privileges: to residents of this Fee $2.50 per year..Writtentest. -A'- I tiff
be purchased immediately res*: state. No special licensing arrangements driving ,,test and eye test I ,
Idence is established. No special for resident service required for, original, license. ,,-urDUVAL y-
arrangement4. for resident ." '' ., '
licensing men. Nonresident! servicemen Nonresident must obtain Mississippi : ; CARS .
servicemen. General state may 'use their home state driv license unless. he Is a -
law applies for both ,Issuance''and 'er's license 'if' ''vehicle retains tourist, out-- of 'state student, >
renewals.! home'state registration, or seasonal Serviceman ,, ,

I may renew driver's license upon
LOUISIANA -, Required valid(( 'MASSACHUSETTS -'Required; return from service with 'payment -
for two years: expires on licen: .expires on,birthday:of the holder. of the regular fee. MOTORS '
see's birthday. Fee$ ,.50;Written ., Normal expiration' is two 1
exam eyesight and.driving years but may be shorter pert' BEST BUYS
'test required for allnewdriyers.. od under certain circumstance MISSOURIRequired; expires !
;Nonresident ,operator's:'license* Fee for original license": renewal : ,three years from date of
'honored.. Visitor having'a valid; ''n : $3.50 when duration is issuance. Fee (effective Oct. 13, SAN
operator's! license from home .over one year' ,but less ;than '18' ':1965)),",$2 for operator's license JUAN LOT
Estate! is permitted to use'same months $5 when duration Is'. 18 'valid 'for '3 years. Written', OFF ROOSEVELT
<:: for. :90.' 'days. Serlvcenun';' months to two years?(pIUS $3 :exam, visual., sign and, driving
.cense*valid :during stay in service .for examination for license.) For ,test required drivers new. ;::..J ', .

and for 60 days after' dis ...subsequent ..renewal when, the .residents.', and Missouri: residents -, _.. 'J.r
;Charge period, is one year or less : holding, licenses which 7965 FORD 4-DOOR. . . ..;,:. .$1981;.
$2.50. Duplicate. $1.50. Written -' have expired for a period of more V-8 auto/trans. R&H PS & PB air cond
: e.
MAINE Required:subsequent exam driving test and than 60 days. Effective Oct. 13,

second renewals birthday expire, following on licensee's issuance. license.eye test required Nonresident's for original license 1965 eye renewal examination of operator'sor madatoryupon 1965 FAIRLANE 4-DOOR. . ., .. '.57088

Fee $5; duplicate honored on reciprocal basis. chauffer's license. Nonresi- V-8, auto/trans., R&H, new car warranty.
$.50. ,Oral and written exam' dent's license honored on reciprocal -
Servicemen whose license expired -
7965 CORVAIR MONZA .. . 57688 .
eye test and driving test required basis; visitor's permitnot
while .in the military service -
for"original license; fee"Meet -. may operate on this license required. However, Mis- 2-door hardtop, R&H, standard shift, new car' .

until '60 days after the termination -' souri driver's license must be warranty. N ... ( ... .

of his service by honorable obtained when in state.vehicle Missouri is registered 7964 VALIANT. . . . .$1288 *: '
Nonresident service-
.' man discharge.may use, driver's licenseof serviceman may renew driver's 2-door hardtop, auto/trans,, sharp. ", .
,' state of legal residence if license by mail without exam- 1964 ? *, -',
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..wM FRA Branch NATTC '>: MM 'r

126 Conducts Behind The ; Scene

I By Idell I Fondingslond, SN

\ Services 30thMemorial T Elizabeth J. Devers, SN, of NATTC Enlisted Personnel Office,
j. received a letter of commendation for her participation in the
Day services will be Beach Welcome Parade.
Ir IrSimmring conducted at 11 a.m., May 30, Jacksonville LTJG K. Connors, Enlisted Personnel Officer, presented the
at Jacksonville MemoryGardens letter in a ceremony at morning quarters May 16.
on Blanding Blvd. by Branch#126
of the Fleet Reseve Association. The Wave's sponsor, Navy NATTC Llb rary row has thirty
r GySgt. H. P. Sheppell, Branch 'Recruiting, received many favorable new records for your listening
Publicity Chairman, said a comments on the appearance pleasure. They range from "My
i firing squad and color guard of the participatingWaves. Fair Lady" by Lerner and
\ will be provided by NATTC, and They were accused of several other movie sound tracksto
that the Naval Air Station would hiring "professional models"to "Wagon Wheels" by Gould
j furnish two buglers. Refresh- act as Waves in the parade. and "More of that Country
ments will be served at the Deyeis was congratulatedfor Guitar" by Chet Atkins.
Branch Hall after the servicesand her pride of service and Take advantage of the wide
all members and guestsare uniform and for the significant range of records offered soon.
invited. contribution to the Navy Com- The library also has a wide
The Branch Hall is locatedon munity Relations Program. variety of the latest war
VAP62's Sailor Blanding Blvd., across from Navy recruiting extended a stories including ones about
Sly's Restaurant, about two sincere "thank you" and a Viet Nam to commemerate
blocks from Collins Road. hearty "well done" for help- Armed Forces Day.
Of Month
GySgt. Bob Boyd, AO School ing bring the Navy image to
instructor is President of the public. ********
Heavyphotographic Squadron Branch 126.Hospital.
Sixty Two has named Curtis D. ......5* Charles E. Little, A01, an
Simmering as Sailor of the Month
instructor at Aviation Ordnance
for April, 1965.Simmering Exchange Fishing reports for the weekend -. class "A" School NATTC's
has been
acting as were very good. Bass and Serviceman of the Month for
the Yeoman for
the past squadron's 18 months.He Closes Until 30thThe Specks were biting in most March.
fishing camps. Little was commended for
born the'son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F, Simmering of IRON MAN and Sailor/ of the Chief A. Davis of AO being an exceptional petty officer -
Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and Is Navy Exchange! Retail Quarter Awards for FAETU. School caught a 4 1/2 pound and an outstanding in-
a graduate of Poplar Bluff Senior Store, Naval Hospital, Build LANT, Det. Two, were presented bass Thursday at the Golf Course structor. His intense dedica-
1 H2009 will be closed dur- and drive
High School. ing at inspection last pond. tion to duty to
He entered the Navy in ing the period May 14 through week Paul W. Kami risky, Chief D. Cox of AO program excell has enabled him to achievean
May 30, 1966, in order that to ming caught a two pound bass enviable status. He has the
! June of 1955. Since that AA, the Iron Man (left) and
extensive renovations may be his Glen unusually high
time= he has completed Yeo- A03 and fishing partner ability to create
Wlllam F. Gensettl, ,
Helfrick caught three bass, the motivation and interest in his
man "B" and Justice Schools, completed. A sales outletin Sailor of the Quarter. -
largest weighing three pounds, students.
and, served with VP 11, a new porch enclosure on
VP 23, Headquarters MATS, the east side of the buildingwill FAETU NamesQuarter in Doctors Lake. Notable contributions to community -
the Suffolk County in Little be, open during the period Chief W. Riebllng caught relations have been made
Creek and his present duty that the store', is closed to Sailor several specks this weekend at by Little. He is a member of
with the '"Skywarrlors". provide cigarettes, soap, tooth- Crescent Lake. the Wesconnett Parents Teacher
He has been awarded two Good paste, etc., for the conven- And "Iron At Lake George, "Dutch" ,Association. He was instrumental -
Conduct Medals. ience of patrons. Man"At Beihoffer, his brother Roger, in soliciting personnel from
J L' inspection ceremonies held R. J. Golf and Jim Sheffeld AO School to assist in making
May 11 at Fleet ,Airborne caught 120 speckled perch.At much needed building repairsto
Electronics Training Unit, At- one time the fish were bitingso the Wesconnett elementary
SipBQrt Navy ReliefLAPARTMENTSJ lantic, Detachment Two, W. F. fast that each man in the school. Through his: leader-
.1 I II Genetti, AO3 was presented boat had a fish on his line. ship, the repairs estimated to
the' Sailor of the Quarter Award require many'weekends,was
and P. W. Kaminsky, AN, Fishing Derby'entrants are completed in one day. He
was given the Iron Man Award. are reminded that they must arranged all transportation,
''Both awards were for the enter the contest before catching : food, and press coverage.
Third Quarter of Fiscal Year the fish they are going to For his many achievements
1966. enter. Registration is required Little has earned the respect
Sailor of the Quarter awardee, only once for each monthly con- and admiration of his seniors
Genetti, had been runnerup for test but fisherman not registered and juniors alike. He was
this award for the previous before entering their catch selected to participate in the
three quarters. His award readin will not be eligible for prizes. Warrant Officer Program.A .
I part that this was indicativeof native of Micro, Florida,
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a continuous fine performance. Little now lives at 5967 lllth
Kaminsky in receiving the Iron James Bond arrives at NA TIC Street with .his wife and son,
! May Award took one more step Monday to attend AE"A" Charles
SHAWPLA toward permanent retention. School. No, not Secret Agent Little will receive a $50
The winner of three consecutive 007, but James R. Bond from savings bond and a tour of scenicSt.
t Iron Man Awards is permittedto Bisbee, Arizona. Augustine, courtesy *of
i keep the trophy. ******** the uso.

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f1! 1. 'Bits. &Women Pieces'For 1 1With CeMMfssuryStere MeMtriailiyOfetscrviNctCbsts

., r The Commissary Store will
h By Marge BeaucJiamp I be closed on Saturday. May 28,
1966 in observance of Memorial
Day. The store will reopen -
a new Navy Relief class ready to begin its studies under for business on Tuesday,
the direction of Miss Elaine Scammerhorn, fourteen "pros" May 31, 1966. The Commissary
;. received awards of recognition and words of praise from Rear Stores at Cecil Field and May-
Admiral H. H. Caldwell recently. ,port will also be closed on
Receiving charms for one thousand hours of service to the Navy Saturday, May 28, 1966.
Relief Society were Mrs. Tom L. Healy and Mrs. Richard N.
Fleck, while six hundred hour charms went to Mrs. Robert W. lrthrrw Service CHtH
McPahil, Mrs. Louis Newman; and Mrs. John C. Wardell.
I Seven of the honored vOlun- HeMs! Opta Must
11 h .V teers worked at the Naval Air Thursday evening with Unit The Lutheran Service Center -
"warrte. Station, Jacksonville, and seven President, Mrs. Kitty Llndsey, 19 West Forsyth Street
at the Cecil Field Branch of- presiding. Nominations of officers will hold an "Open.House" I
-4 fice. were made and electionof on Sunday,June 5, to show off
1 1r One hundred hour pins were officers will be held at
their newly painted and decorated -
earned by Mrs. Donald Gil- the June meeting. All mem- center. ,
christ, Mrs. Conrad Harris, bers are urged' to attend the The event is being held
-.. .' Mrs. Charles Kuehnel, Mrs. June meeting to elect their can- from 3 to 5 with
I .., ,/ Gordon Petri, Mrs. JohnO'Donnell didate to office. the dedication of the's
Mrs. Charles Lake Mrs. Mrs. Lindsey announced thata new Prayer Chapel scheduledfor
Marvin Nascheck, Mrs. Francis television set had been donatedto 4 The Reverend
.. Schlrra, and Mrs. Andrew L. the Unit. After some repair Roland p.m.G.. Rlechnum of the
Malcom. work is done on the set, it will Lutheran Churchwill
f. **...... be delivered to Mrs. Haynes dedicate Trinity the new chapel.:
Aloha I I Unit 91, Ladies who is widow confined to a wheelchair The is -
-,,: '.... Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve and who lives alone. Unit public to attend.cordWlymvited Light refreshments '
,. ( Association will have a luauon 126 has been helping Mrs. will be served
'" May 26th at their home, Haynes and has taken her several during the, "Open House
8554 Roosevelt Boulevard from Sunshine Baskets. hours.
6:30 to 8 n.m.
)\, ... --Haw u n"dre'ss, music, entertainment -
PATROL BOY OF THE WEEK Award was presented to Steve and menu are being
Killam of Oak Hill Elementary 'School last week BY Lcdr. planned by the Chairman,Mrs.
G. E. Custer, Public Affairs Officer for NARTU. The award Mary Fogarty. Members and
Is sponsored byNARTU as an incentive for safety and action their families are invited to VISITCLAUDE
make their reservations Fri-
by boys of the school
patrol. day, May 20th, with Mrs. Mary
Hutcherson, 771 9509. Dressis

NARTU News & ViewsYoung "Evening optional.In the Don't Islands.miss" this I NOLAN

Unit 91 will join Branch 91
Steve Killam of Oak Hill Elementary School received the for Memorial Services on Sun- B ,
Patrol Boy of the Week Award from Lcdr. G. E. Custer, Public day, May 29th, at Riverside
Affairs Officer of NARTU Jax May 13. Memorial Cemetery at 2 p.m. MAIN AT ORANGE
The award, sponsored by NARTU, serves as an incentive for Members will please wear white
safety and action by the young men of the school patrol. dresses and their auxiliary hats. OPEN MOM THRU SAT UNTIL> PM
The patrol has been inspected Branch and ,Unit 91 will also
several times over the past four The new AA's will returnto take part in the Memorial Day
months by Charles J. 'Manche, respective home towns to await services, May 30th, at Ever- PHONE EL 3-3922
ADR1, of NARTU, who is orders for their' two years of green Cemetery. A wreath will i
'also" president the.'School's active duty with the fleet. In 'be placed at' the Flagpole by
Dads Ch,. the meantime they will drill Unit 91 President, Mrs. Kay
The youngsters of the Oak one weekend each month and Lancaster. The Unit Color
Hill patrolhaveshown improve- attend an annual two week Bearers will' be Mrs. Rosemary I
ment in their appearance as wellas cruise. McKissick and Mrs. Mary Hut
their duties on the walk ******** cherson.
ways to school. The Fly Navy Chrysler is for ******..
Steve, a sixth grader, is the sale. Interested personnel should The regular meeting of Unit
son of Mr. and Mrs. George contact the Recruiting Office at 126, Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Come by & Visit the
Killam, Jr., of 6851 Biddy extensions 268 or 361. Reserve Association was held
Lane in Cedar Hills. Beautiful

Four reserve commanders I Need A New TV Or Appliance? f#r BELL AIR Community' 1

of NARTU Jax placed eagleson Today!
their collars when they were {r y ':
promoted to captain this month. ; ,.:
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The command's new four \
stripers are Captains RaymondL.
Anderson Commanding Of- ;, .
ficer of VF 743; Charles ;I w Jv ',,!' rI .3
Cibula, Jr., Executive Officerof '0(
WEPTU 741; Robert L. ,: I ll I l {)

Roebuck, Commanding Of-
ficer of VS 741; and Philip {
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W. Smith of VR 743. L I
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' Twenty two men graduated : : .
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from NARTU's acceleratedtwo I ''..'' -." p-.::;,; =;::" s ," -
weeks of recruit training, '.' .-- ,
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DINING AREA. .A waitress at the club, sets up the tablesIn AFTER A TIRING DAY. .The-relaxed atmosphere of the
preparation for the dinner hour. The dinner service Is a-. CfifePs' Club provides a welcome change after a hard day at
vail able/ (from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and the office./ Behind the new bar that was built by the chiefs
/ PATIO/ AREA. This newly landscaped area was from noon to 9 p.m. Sundays. During the week lunch is served after taking over the club are several of the brightly-colored PACKAGE STORE..This store Is another of the facilities

recently reopened for club patrons. (from 11.2p.m.., with dinner from 4.9 p.m. murals that decorate the main area. for patrons. aBnMMMBHMB
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CPO CLUB. '.This wing of Bldg. 590 the NATTC area has been the home CHURCH OF (CHRI51:
An event that happened at under control, but the CPO Gib of the Chief Petty Officers9' Club sine/ lire destroyed their building last year. able on Friday and Saturday from area. The area, complete with Well// Done 5223 Wesconett Blvd.
CanYou NAS A Year Later 11 'a.m. 10 p.m., and on tables, chairs, snack bar, and NAS
lax a year ago this weekIs had suffered an estimated Extensive remodeling has already ieelcfone.. to improve the facilities and further Near
not being celebrated or com, $$200,000, damage, destroyingtwo renovations are planned the .J furore. Sundays from noon' till 9 permanent bar arrangement is The chiefs have done a commendable Just Off Tlmuquana' Rd.
n nec
.1 TAKE YOUR CAR memoratedonits "first anniver thirds of the building. .now open.In job in the rebuilding
WITH YOU ? sary". It was not the type When the chiefs took over out door grill in this Other items on the menu include p.m.Popular area bands pro- of their club facilities. As their SUNDAYS:
the entertain
Stateside For Financing and and Insurance of event that one likes to rem- The club was moved to temp-- their new club quarters in Bldg. area. The grill which is approximately chicken, seafood items, vide dancing music for club addition provided to for the chiefs temporary quarters will continue 10:00: A. M. Bible Study
*Overseas. Call ember.At orary quarters in Bldg. 593 feet breakfast patrons every Friday, Satur- ment to be "home" for at 11:00 A. M. Worship
in heightis menu :
seven pizza a
I DYER M. BURR in the NATTC area, and the old 593 it was a barracks like located outside of the club and assorted sandwiches. Lunch day and Sunday night, usually and their wives, the club also least several }years' they are 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 7:10: a.m. on Sunday, building was demolished.That dormitory with a small bar and drawing an average of 200 people sponsored a teenage dance pro- continuing their effort to bring
the kitchen. served from 1 1J a.m.
near Steaks is
FINANCE CORPORATIONaid May 16, 1965, the station fire cooking area, and a dancingarea are per night. To accommodatethese gram on Sunday afternoon. their the best and most :
cooked on the grill to obtain to 2 p.m. Mondays through patrons
department received an alarm is the story of the past, that had been used from 4-9 bands, a bandstand was been versatile program of enter- Service
as 4
INTERNATIONAL that real "out door" flavor" Thursday, with dinner While this program has 7:30: P. M. Mid-Week'
I from fire box:No. 624. By but what does the present and EM After of built adjoining the dance floor tainment. In their wing of Bldg. l 1-5075 ,
INSURANCE COMPANY an Lounge. a lot and then passed inside. D. m. Dinner service is avail- temporarily cancelled,it is sche- Church Phone SP I ,
; t 8:15: a. m. the station's worst future hold for the Chief Petty work, a majority which was done 4 ,.- -J.-- : q and the ceiling was repaneledwith duled to begin again In the 593, the Chief Petty Officers' Minister' Phone SP l 1-2646 '/
I 5615 TlmuguflMQ Rd. 771-0527 blaze in five years was Officers'' Club at NAS Jax? 111.1 /. acoustical tile. future. Club is growing. 1
1 by the chiefs themselves, this The job of managing the near I
same area now has a South : club is handled by Chief Chuck -
Seas island setting. The area Fuller. He I* assisted bya '
I was repainted, the kitchen facilities full time staff of eight -
modernized and a new bar people, and also part time ,
Norelco installed.
: j
:: help.The _/ 'J
Alternating stanchions were Navy construction for .
decorated as palm trees,and the Fiscal Year 1967 was to have .
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club commissioned a musicianand included more than $$400,000for f "
pan time artist to the construction of a new

dares to match paint 10 murals. The murals, CPO Club. This request was .
high lighted by color, light among the list of all unnecessary ", '
bulbs, decorate the main area __ building that was cut from the
of the club. _____ y.. : budget by the Secretary of I De- ..
fense. So, it appears that for : '" .
The CPO Club opens its several years at least, the chiefs rIo""
shaves doors most day's' at 10 a.m., will maintain their temporary \

I ; oh.. and with the exception! --of club In Bldg. 593.

\ 'f Friday and Saturday night, the The chiefs still Intend to con-
club stays open until mid- L tinue their Improvements on
night. The closing hour on the club and other facilities.
H.with weekends is 2 a.m. During Work has already begun on a

.F ; ::: a blade. these hours the club' offers # i1I- ; ; near stag bar be Located opened on in the the
many rons. to its pat- second deck of the building,
it will include television
-F Because we've' shaved down our
: shuffleboard
i ., Anyone who has eaten lunch or
\ shaving head 35% thlnner..for 35%
dinner at the club 4
.. : closer shaves than ever before. can tell you Plans are also underway
that they serve a of i----- .
good -- facilities at the
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;' :; :: any blade for closeness.And outdo any rib eye steak. The steaksare was one of the first on the base to 0 tn this season.,, A new addition to the Landscaping has already started
,: / ________ blade for comfort. Because Norelco charcoaled (on weekends) pool area Is the sliding board, Instant, for the further enjoyment! of( the chiefs on the area with a fence that
; : rotary blades shave In circles,whisking on what is probably the tallest and their families. encloses the pool and patio
'i'It- :'.'.., : off whiskers.Without a cut, nick -
10'I'' i: ; or irritation. Ever! Norelco heads
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: MOVIESMovies Club Schedules
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at the NAS Jax Theatre ;
will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX No Flowers". Music Time at wantMtv
Monday through "0" CLUB Music this The USO is the title for Monday :
Saturday. In addition to the Friday night will be by the night: Tuesday is Game Night
two evening shows there will "Sophist! Kats" and Charlie and on Wednesday Disc Jockey

be a matinee at 2 p.m. on l King will be playing at the club Show from 8 to 11 p.m. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The on Saturday. Tuesday is foreign CECIL FIELD 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive
Hospital Theatre will have dish night featuring gourmet ORF -A"Shrimp In The Shell" not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
one weekly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil treats from many lands. Wed- dinner with all the trimmings will day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Field will have two shows nesday is Fried Chicken night for 20 begin- the following week unless the publisher Is' instructed other-
be held Friday, May
during the week at 5:30 and 8 the whole family, and on Thurs- Entertainment wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
p.m. Matinees will be shownon day, beef eaters night. will ning feature at 1900."Ginger" on the be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends at 2 and 5
p.m. be $3.00
******** keyboard. Price DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday, May 79 restrvationscall
per couple. For RATE: Minimum charg ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
NAS The War Lord-Charleston extension 275.
P.r additional line ((4 words per line). . .'.0.50
Heston Richard Boone
5. . .
Saturday's band
Hospital Tom Jones Albert
Finny, Susanah YorkC. will be Bud Clark and on Sunday EM CLUB-The special tonightis

Field Zorba The Greek the John Arnold "Four" will T bone steaks for $1.15. FURN. HOUSE: ORANGE PARK ORANGE PARK: Furn. 2 BR.

:Anthony Quinn, Alan Bates provide the entertainment. Tonight is Game Night. Friday, 1/2 mile NAS, 2 BR, air cond, Apt. A/C, built in elec. kit.,
May 20, Mel Gaden will be washer/dryer avail. 264-6884
******** cent heat, elec. kit., garbage,
entertaining, also Happy Hour drapes Ig. lot. 388-9886 or
Friday May 20
from 5 to 6 p.m. Sunday May 354-4903 SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn

NAS Minnesota Clay 22, March Wilson and the Jacksonville and Mayport

Cameron Mitchell, Diana Martin ACEY will DUCEY CLUBCharlieKing the club this "Red Coats" will be performing.Then ORTEGA: STUDIO APT., areas. Military Backgroundwould
HospitalThe Ugly Dachshund play at on Monday and Tuesday be helpful. A rewarding -
and in the for everything furnished, 1 adult on- very
Dean Jones Suzanne PleshetteC. Friday spotlight: Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. ly. 388-9886 or 354-4903 career possible: for the
it will be the "Fresh
Field Lilith Warren On the 25th Dick Widon will Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Five. Mark Castle will play
: Beatty, Jean Seaberg the music for the dance tunes be here 'to entertain you, also FOR :SALE: : wINDOW AIR COND. Director, P.O. Box 13177
Happy Hour from 5 to 6. The 21,500 BTU Ph. 771-7217 7007 Orlando, Fla. 32809
Game is
Saturday, May 21 7 Sunday Sunday. and Tuesday.night every Beacon Club is open daily at Perke Dr. Cedar Hills
11:30 a.m. for the sale of FOR SALE-65 MUSTANG CONV.

NAS Piuocchio In Outer Space 55545444BLUEJACKETS sandwiches and refreshments. FOR SALE: ORTEGA HILLS, red mag wheels, clean, $2195.Ph. .

Hospital The War Lord . 5 3 BR, 2 B, gar., fenced yard 733-5610 after 4 p.m.

Charleston Heston, Richard INN Thurs- CPO CLUB Ths Friday the $15,700. Call Cdr. Jim Foster,
BooneC. day's dance band will, be the be by EV7-4903
Field Winter A Go Go- Chantels and! a dance band will music also provided there will REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL-
James Stacy, Jill Donahue be provided Friday night. Sat- Danny High, EXPERT ALTERATIONS AND TATION advice. 7 days a week.
be lobster for $2.25, along .
TAILORING & womens Homes for sale $100 Down.
urday the Crescendos will be : mens ,
with 10 fillet for $1.90.
a oz.
| Sunday May 22 doing the entertaining and on On Saturday, lobster will be clothes, reasonable 388-7525 Equities, No Qualifying. Rent
Sunday the club will featuretwo als. Homesite Lots, Acreage,
served for $2.25. Another
| NAS .- Synanon Edmund O'I bands. From 2 to 5 p.m., FOR SALE: 2 USED COLD- Investments. WALTER T.BOWDEN -
that will be
night a
Brien, Chuck Cormerst the Chantels will provide the 10 special KC steak for $1.30. SPOT Air Conditioners 115,000 Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Hbspital Minnesota Clay music then the Cresendos will Music oz. for entertainment volts, 11,000 BTU's ((1 yr old) 384-1376
t Cameron Mitchell, Diana Martin your Volts, 14,000 BTU's ((5
take over for the rest of the the Blue Tones. On Sun- 230,000
I C. Field Tom Jones Albert by
evening. On Monday the Holidays yrs old) $100 each. 2141 Bunt-
22 chicken chowmeinfor
day, May ,
'A. Finny, Susanah York will provide the music $.85 for adults and $.50 ing Dr. 388-0917 RENT OR SELL: 2,3 AND
a and! Tuesday it will be the for a childs plate. Monday is 4 BR, 2 B Homes. Wide selec-
r* Monday, May 23 Loose Ends. Game night at game night, and fried shrimp FOR SALE: 1958 FORD FAIR- tion. DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr.
the Club is every Wednesday. will also be served. Friday LANE Hard-top, R&H,mechan 771-0374
, ft NAS -Tomb Of Tenure Ann Ic.tllyexrellent. Best offer 1957
20 will be the Grand
May Opening
u';' Albert, Mark Marion ******** of the CPO Club. Feat-- 35 HP Johnson out-board motor,

4. Hospital Pinocchio In Outer ured attractions will be the remote a>ntrols,best offer.EV Q- PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT:
Space USO NOTES 318 North 7711 ext. 8480 with option to buy, 4 BR, 2
Ink free beer will be
Spots: ,
T C. Field The Ugly Dachshund Ocean Street Special events B. swim pool. 4 lots, conv.
You ,
.f? Dean'Jones and Suzanne Pleshette this week at the USO include tickets served. at theCPO can buy'Club your for FOR RENT: 3 RM DUPLEX; schools & 'NAS tit Call:owner.

*. Homemade Goodies Night on one dollar. ,Apt. 8647 Old Orange Park Rd. ,,264 -6884. .
I Thursday, and from 7 to Utilities Pd. 264-6834 or 389-
Tuesday, May 24 '
= 8 for 5723
p.m. training courses SINGERS FOR $15
. .'Ir, NAS Lord .Love A Duck- JeW Jr. Volunteers will be SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN
I Roddy McDowall, TuesdayWeld given. FOR SALE: SOFA BROWN condition
storage, good fully e-
:if, ', Hospital Synanon Edmund Friday is Ladies ChoiceNight} Good Condition, $25.00 Easy lectric, does everything completewith
O'Brien, Chuck Conners and on Sautrday May Birthdays automatic washer, $30.00, Small attachments. Yours for

..) : C. Field The War Lord Party starting at 8 p.m. Pre- Buy electric heater, $5.00, Bar-B- storage charge; Only $15 each.
Charleston Heston, Richard sents for all having a birthdayin Que & tools, $5.00,Wagon Wheel, Call wharehouse, 353-1946, will
Boone May will be given away along $10.00, 2 Bar stools $50.00, deliver, no obligations. A-I
with birthday cake. Braided Wool Rug, 8x10 (oval) 'Sewing Machine
.. Wednesday/ May 25 On Sunday starting at 10 a.m. $75.00, Call 388-6430 anytime Company
k is free cooffee and donut hour. 7426 Pineville Dr. Onega Hills.
1}. NAS Strange Bedfellows Vespers and refreshments will BondsMILITARY TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY

.'a' Rock Hudson, Gina Lolabrigida be at the St. John's Presby- CAR FOR SALE: AUSTIN dependents, Stenos, typists, key-
I Hospital Tomb Of Torture terian Church. HEALEY Sprite! 1962 $535 punch operators, bookkeepers
f Ann Albert Mark Marion Sunday's movie Is "Send Me cash. Good mechanical conditon. floral designers, temp as sigh.
!. C. Field Minnesota Clay- 4209 McGirts Blvd. EV9-5247 As you are available. TEMP-

\. Cameron Mitchell, Diana Mar- ORARY TALENT, 1130 ACL
< tin FOR SALE: TINY, TOY SPITZ Bldg, 356-0753

., puppies. ,$25 $30. Green

Gorgan, Peter Cushing Christopher POLICIES- MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO BR house, except clean, all elec
Lee PLUS: Chapter 10 INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES WIVES AND kit, water furn, no pets. $75.
of The Monster and The Ape WAVES: who enjoy cosmetics. month. 389 6938
e AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo. $50 to $100 per month in spare

time. Exciti new line. We SWDSPECIALIZING
People AGE21-24Slngle$12.80 mo. will train you. Ph 388-0918 IN HOMES FOR

Here This WeekFor"Stormffury" Robert Travis_ ft Associates IMC. W. H. WADE PLANT NURSERY: vient MILITARY to NAS PERSONNEL.and Cecil Field.Con-

5541 Timaquana Rd. Most all Nothing down to military person-
K S.T Il Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583 kinds of annuals 25 ct. doz., nel with 2 or more years active
USNS Mayport, Jar Beach 1127 N. Third SI.AJA)2466421tkHI ( Salva and Dallas .50, tomato duty. Call Page Aspinwall, USN

Fleet Weather Facility, Jacksonville plants .35, shade trees in can (ret), representing Naval Per-

.. is hosting the 1966 Pro- $1.50'up, fruit trees,citrus treesin sonnel for Stockton, Whatley &
ject Stormfury Conference,being cans 771-1430 Davin, call'' 771 1241 or 356-
held May 17, 18 and 19 aboard 7371.Poge .

NAS Approximately Jax. 60 persons !

from all over the United States 1E4I10'fv

't: are attending the conference,
;' representing the U.S. Navy, the :*
.: U.S. Weather Bureau, the U.S.
Air Force and other government : Eat S

j agencies. Reresentatives of InCome
VW-4 and VAP-62 of NAS Jax

are ,lso attending. .
Project Stormfury is the Joint Have A Picnic
: Navy Weather Bureau Experiment -
involving the modIfication -
, of hurricanes. With Us!
Dr. Joanne Simpson, of the ,No Muss Fuss Rain Ants
U.S. Weather Bureau, Project or
Stormfury Director and Cdr.
* John W. Kidd, Officer in BOULEVARD

1' Charge of FLEWEAFAC Jax and ((103rd & Blanding Center)
Assistant Director of Project .
Stormfury are co-chairmen of the PHONE 771-7970 Open Every Day H.-00-9.-00

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May 19, 1966

. 'If FaA slc 'JN 4th Cited

With the summer months approaching Michael F. Donohoe, AQF2 --JJ MARINES In VietNamGeneral

and school comingto VF-11: "I plan to RO home to GYSgt. Joel Ferguson
a close, vacation time is always New York next Willalm C.' West-
the trend of thought. To week to see my F. T. 400SUPERINTENDENT moreland USA Commander
find out how some of the personnel family, then to Military Assistance Command,
at NAS Cecil Field are Oceana injuly. Ott C. Farvls
SgtMaJ. Vietnam, congratulated the! 2d
a ._ .
their summer, the "If I think I
planning will uanauon, 4tn Marines,upon suc-
Ya Ask Us" reporter asked the like it up there, The Marine Military Academy Officer Selection Officer cessful conclusion of "Operation
following question: "What are at least I think 354.7111Ext. 449
H Harlingen, Texas Texas" at Phuong Dinh. RVN.
announced last
your plans" for the summer so. It sounds week that ,.:Gen. John F.Dobbin, OSO Maj. Marvin E. Peacock Congratulating the Marines on
W. Pollard
months? like a DONOHOEnice NCOICMSgt. John I
_ pretty Assistant Wing Commander, 2d the victory, Gen. Westmorelandsaid
Guy Auld, ET1 GEMD: "I place to be stationed." Marine fir Wing, has been "I want to tell you that I'm
appointed -
am being transferred to Moroccothis Patrick Brock, TD1 VF-174: superintendent of the Marine Barracks, Cecil Field proud of you everyone of you.
month and "Well I have two Jobs, I work academy, effective Aug. 1. Cecil Field Ext. 641 You belong to a great outfit. .
wife and I for CO Maj. Richard H. Searle
my Sears in General Dobbin, a graduate of a fighting Marine ,outfit. I
plan to take,' their credit Boston College, is slated to re- EXO Capt. Richard M. Stacey don't think I can say anything
advantage of rtme nt, tire from active duty on June Sgt.MaJ. Kenneth L. Holt better than that."
this by seeing I / but on my free 30. He will succeed Gen.Vernon The Marines were flown to
most of Eu- time I fI"depa Co. B, 4th Amphibian TractorBn the
plan to E. Megee (Ret.) who will area by helicopter to
rope. We intend take in the : retire but still retain bis positionas USMCR pursue a Viet Cong force which
to visit sights around \ President of the Boardof 359-1021 had overrun a RVN Army out
France, Italy AULDand Florida. My Trustees at the Academy.A Inspector Instructor-MaJ. Edward post. Landing near Phuong,
Spain. We also plan to go main interest, BROCK WW II Ace with eight kills R. Toner;, Dinh, they discovered the ham-
home before I leave. Both of though is to learn how to water to his credit General Dobbin 00 Capt. George M. Hutchins let was a heavily fortified VietCong
our homes are in Hope,Arkansas, ski. I have a friend who hasa has served nearly 30yearsof SgtMaJ. Roy W. Britt regimental command post.
and while I am there I plan to boat'and some water skits commisloned service, earninga During seven hours of com-
Unit 6-31.
get in some fishing and that I will be able to use, so NavyCross, Distinguished Fly- Volunteer USMCR Training bat against. an estimated reinforced -
swimming. We will also travelto maybe I can learn the sport." ing Cross and Air Medals. 3557361 battalion of the VietCong i .
Louisiana and Texas to visit First Regiment, they killed
some relatives." Joseph Wingo, AE1 NAMTG: WIVES/ CLUB CO Col. Byon M. Morris 167 enemy troops by"actual

Daniel Sullivan, AMS1 VF- "I will probably be working pret- The Enlisted Marine Wives FICEURNAS count. Thousands of rounds of
174: "I plan to spend most of ty instructor laman dub will hold a"Rummage Sale"on Ext. 8744 machine gun and automatic rifle
my summer ++ Friday May 20th at 10 :00 ammunition, mortar rounds, and
NAMTG Head Naval
at but Operations Dept.
taking the family a.m. This Rummage Sale will be hundreds of grenades were cap
week- LtCol. James A. Gallo Jr.
on my : tured.
camping.We ends I will conducted across from Building ,
will probably ( 400, next to the parking lot -
probably be
go to doing a lot of :; j as you enter the Main Gate on WEEKLY SPECIAL
Georgia the
right. In.the event of incle-
fishing, boating -
North Carolin- ment weather the
and sale will be tflh11ItiJi1iWAiE1EiIIII
a, and down campWNGO held in Building 400. Anyone'
here in FloriSULLIVAN/ ing. I plan to move my family desiring to donate clothing for

da, to Goldhead State Park. They down"here sometime this sum- the sale may call Mrs. Loraine 1 Breaded: I

have some pretty interesting mer. Furuseth at 264 2948. ,
things for the kids,such as horse- Thomas F. Bourrie, AQF2 Open.Daily
back riding, swimming and soon. AMD: "I am getting married to We make
They also have practically every Miss Margaret EDUCATION REPORTThe 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. a specialty of

outdoor sport you can think of, Burns for
including outdoor movies on pre- one thing. We following Aviation Detach- A CATFISII .
ment Marines have passed tests ___ SHRIMP
vention of forest fires and lect- plan to get
ures on survival fn the forest." married in or completed courses as .indicated H r OYSTERS .'
Millington.Teniu i : trs CHICKEN .
in Aug- Lcpl. Michael C.Mclaughlin, STEAKS '*
WESCONNETT ust. For our and Pfc.'s William A. Byrnes, RED SNAPPER '' .
honeymoon we BOURRIE Julian_ W. Clark, and Michael TAKE-OUT, SERVICE i.

FURNITURE: Co.. ,will go to New Orleans for a Tripaldi Comprehensive passed the, USAFI Test College BANQUET SERVICE:, "
week. I want to see Al Hirt'splace "
Passing' the USAFI High School BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH!
for one thing, then take HES' :
3326 WeacoMett Blvd. at $:kNEW in the rest of the sights that General Educational. Development t
are in New Orleans." Test were Pfc.'s Wil- 3438 BLVD. "
ADDING MACHINESNEW liam L. ,Cambell, Robert J.
Duplay, and David P. Auclair.
DESKS Sgt. N. A.McElroy completedthe
New & Used TV SETS Marine Corps Institute coursein

New & Used FURNITURE Shop Mathematics I. .c


COME IN AND 'BROWSEHO Latest word from Camp ....
Pendleton is that there is a '
waiting list of approximately :)

RS,9 A.M. ,7 P.M. 30 days for nearly all typesof 0II \
PHONE: 7710750liSfCrt housing.
Dependents of personnel attached ,
At Turns to RLT 26 will be ,
allowed maintain in +.
to quarters k ,

It's Worth A Ride To MERITORIOUS MASTA : -',' .
Meritorious was
Green Cove Springs awarded to Pfc. Paul M. V \;, ::1:. < .J '
Davies last week for' finishing : .
first in a class of twenty four '.
To Save $ $ $ students of the Aviation. ,Ordnance { ,' L. :'
School, Class .A..The '}' .
mast cited Pfc. Davies for : .

Lr displaying exceptional initiative, "A. '
motivation and a sincere'desire :

to learn. '1" ''ti, \, .

Following is an up-to- _Like to watch things grow? Plant "your ,

date directory of all Marine I
Corps activities in the Jackson- la1/hlgll1er tst,,
ville area:

Marine Aviation Detachment
NAS Ext.8443Co
LtCbl John W. Sullivan BKRNETT9

WE PROMISE TO BEAT ALL SALE ExO SgtMaJ.- Maj.- John Harold N.,E. Lewis Ware

R if IgES f fc A m N E WS IP A P E FtIN Marine Air Reserve Training Det. NATIONAL: BANK OF JACKSONVILLE

iLA.flft GA. BRING THIS AD&MAKE CO LtCol. Lenhrew E. Lovette

EXO-LtCol. James W. Laseter NAS FACILITY
US PROVE IT! Sgt.MaJ. Wayne O. Parish OFFICE

Marine Barracks, Jax Across Frera Afaliisfnrtltii tld|., WAS

CLAYTON REVELSCHR HAS Ext. 385 Irolcto' Hairs:

CO Maj. B LubkaEx
) Capt. W. G Smith, Jr. Monday thru Thursday: 10:00- AM f/// 3.00 PM '
YSLEflPLYMOUTtiSPrtNGS Sgt. Mag. Howard K. Jones Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM

S FJ.A, Marine Corps 354-7111Ext.447 Recruiting Station ,.... ExfusUis 1272 fr 1273I
OIC Maj. Edgar R. Stoddart
PHONE MX io4 ARO Capt. W. J. Griggs,Jr.



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: 10 JAX AIR HEM/AFTERBURNER .: May 19, 1966

Errors Give :Win -' : lax Swimmers
to Navy ,Support Team '; Navy, I

;. Despite Littleton's' 'No-Hitter'! ForAE'B' Defeat .Good" Shepherd

Navy Jax swimmers out 11 12: Carl Kaniosky -
Although he pitched a no-hitter, thrown out at first. A return of 200
League standings as May distanced their lone competitors 100 meter breast stroke and
walking only one man John Lit throw to third attempting to cut 13 Tom
were: the Good Shepherd Swim individual medley;
tleton of AEB) still sufferedthe down Miller was awry, the ball Team Won Lost butterfly.
Clii> to win last Saturday'sswim Cooper 100 meter
ironies that make up the bouncing away from the bag. 100
with 623 John McClure -
meet points.
game of Softball when he came This allowed the runner to reach Navy '6 0 and Ellen
Support The meetwasheld on home territory meter breast stroke;
out on the short end of a 1-0 home.In .
( 6 1 at the NAS Jax Indoor Smalling 100 meter butterfly.In
score in a game played, last other games played Thurs- Marline AOB) 3 2 of five
Pool and even so, Good Shepherd the relays, a team
Thursday against Navy\Support.'Support's" day, AOB) beat MFC, 13-3
MAD Support 3 2 who finished with a 443 took first place in
'' unusual styled win and AEA) D lost AEA B, girls team
to )
AEA) b 3 3
total, had thought they would e- 8 and under medley.] The
vaulted them into the brack-, 16-3.
top AOB) 3Ma. the winners. of Fontaine,Kim
merge consisted Nancy
e4; i in the NATTC League as of In other games played Thursday AEA-A) 2 4MFC The individual winners'intheirage Dalvelle, Delores Glaraton. and
games played Friday May 13. AOB) beat MFC 13-3 "
1 6 group.were as follows: Cindy Donahue., Boys, 8 and
.The lone run was Jostled.acrossin and AEA) D lost to AEA) B, AEA-D 0 6 8 and under: Nancy Fontaine under.iere' also'winners in both
the third inning by W.R Mlller
'' 16-3. 50 meter free style and tied for the medley and free;: They were
who had struck out moments Action today,(Thurs.)has MFC
Marshall, G._ Herbert,
EABs catcher Jackson ScroHct first place in the 50 meter but- Bruce
earlier. ) drop meeting AEB) on Field One,Marine 50 and Scott Gray.
terfly Robert Smallina Robert Smalling
the ball 'third strike ;
ped on a
AOB) playing Marine AEA) meter back stroke; and Delores John Pierotti,John Adair,Tom
Miller reach
pitch allowing to
A Field
on Two arid Navy Sup- Double WinersIN
Glaraton 50 meter breaststroke Cooper and Carl Kaniosky came
first safely. The next batter,
port against AEA) B on Field -
through to win the Boys (
J.H. Jackson.hit to third and was Three.
Wttktml Racts 9: 10: Mickey Stuebben medley and free'style.]
50 meter free style.SI.'S Senior Girls took'.first place:
i ... GOLFAt The 'Tri-CldJ'Serles"" sailing in both the medley and free,
0-" : i' CIVILIAN' races ''held this, past weekend L..I.sNltt. .while the Senior Boys won their
t ., The a special meeting held" on at the Navy Jacksonville Sailing ,4 medley relay.: Swimming for the
: ParkPresbyterian May 9, the NAS Jax Civilian Golf Club saw two double winners Monday, May' 23r ;'has''been' girls were: ,Linda Mayberry
f Orange Association made plans to start In' both the Rhodes Bantam and, designated as Ladies'"'Nite at Mary Kay Glaraton. Sandra'For-
an, Industrial Golf League. It Gannet Classes. Dan Jackson, Wolf son Stadium,when the Jacksonville tin'and Ellen Smalling. The Navy
is, one of the first of this type, NJSC Commodore-skippered his, Suns meet the. surging" Jax boys were:RonGross,Bruce
,VII.rek of golf'p1.t y with the intent to Bantam to two run-awayMctor-: Toledo Mudhens' at 7:30 rpm Smalling,John McClure and John
and relaxa l ins followed by''"-Ted Hanks who
promote fellowship in a regularly,,scheduled: Inter Ludwig.
.- .242. MclBUsb AY*. lion among the many civilian scoredScronce ooos. '., ..
: golfers aboard the station. This' :'gave the Gannet
'9isai. Park, Fieridi is a 9 hole event, after work- class a demonstration of his winning
ing hours play. We hope tactics with 'a double win
.uf'; Minister that as many who can, will play and he was followed by Jim
their matches onTuesdayevenings Pantano with a pair"of second
Rev.Edwin F, .Mongomery, Jr. '
however participants have places. Complete results were
from Sunday through Saturdayto as'follows: '
;SUNDAY SCHEIUIE, ?" complete their matches.. Rhodes Bantams: .Dan Jackson -
I Rules, schedules and weekly 1-1, 'Ted Hanks 2-2 Phil- ,

tfi30am.Wouh'p# results will be published.Mr. Thibodeau 5-3, Hugh Bell 4-5, national League game 41ie stead- .' .... ;...
9s4Sa.m.. Sc/ibo/ Jack Plew Ext. 8778is ,- G. Baldwin'Jr.,'6-4, ,Lou ,Carori jUyimprovlngTotedo Qub);re- ...
Sunday / ;
in charge of this program, 3DISQ.. fcently put together- six game.winning HO II DA"MOTORCYCLES
llOO ''
''G.rn. Worship which will start' the week of Gannets: Bill: Scronce 1-1, streak Withthe'additional -

6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship/ May 22. Jim Pantano, 2.2; ,Charlie East-. -he lp sent to them by the parent, ;, :
I ham 3-4, Ron Phillips ,5-3, Bob {New'York Yankees last week,the ).
Sanders 4DNF.
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r. ,. Ladies with or,without escorts HOTHINrDO.; .

I f J, fare admitted;to Ladies. Nile, ,
iI. Games for'only"50!.* This will .". ..01\. Merchant Ortv'StampOpen +
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Pogr.l :;;

I NASH Cecil Intramurals Rod I GHN Club

CECIL/ SOFTBALL WKAPUP Elects OfficersA jj jjt

Rain Cecil washed intramural out four scheduled of the and Morris.with a single. special election for'pres- -ri. : t
NAS Admin's
big innings were in ident and vice president was .?
last week. How-
softball games the first and sixth .1.1fI'l
with five runs the main order of business
ever Wednesday and Thursdaywas In each, with Wal cefs triple in Thursday evening when the Cecil
clear, and four games were the first, and Kochan
and Payne's' Field Rod and Gun Club met
played. The rained out contests homeruns in the sixth.THURSDAY for their monthly meeting at the ie ';
will be made up at a later date.
station golf shack.
results of the that MAY 12VFJ
The games
John L. McCracken
were played are: / 6; NAMTG 4 Weapons Department, was elect- .ft'

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 The winning ed president, replacing Lt.Lewis .1.
pitcher was Rut-
L. Newman Public Works .

VF 774 12; Supply 2 ledge with four strikeouts .and who is scheduled for ;I'"
two scratch hits. The losing 1:
Bussell was the winninghurlerof pitcher was Anthony an assignment overseas. i4; ,<
with tour ;
into the
Moving vice ,
this game with a no hit strikeouts and five hits charged presidentslot
is Mr. Dewey DeVille, Public .
nine strikeout French against him. i
. Works
Department, replacing
credited with the loss for 1
was ; ,
Chief Wayne Berry, formerly ;'J
Supply, allowing seven hits, and The power at the plate for of NAS Jax Medical .
four strikeouts.VF Depart RAIDERS. .Members of the 7966 HAS Cecil/
chalking up VF 11 was provided byEagleson ment who is already on his new varsity softball
174's big inning was In with a triple Causey witha assignment in Addis Ababa, Eth that will open against Orlando AFB In the Fla/Ca Conference .
the third when they scored seven single, Brinkly, Smith and iopia.A on May 27 ,are (kneeling/ / to r): Lone, Payne, Olson,
runs. Their big sticks were Cooner with singles. specall vote of thanks was C/opryn/o, Stone, Zeoli, Scruggs (manager), Marshall, Nutt,, h
Marshall with three hitsone of rendered to Lt. Newman for his and fiusse//// Standing (I to r): McGee Dunlap, Corpenftr,'. : ,
which was a home run, Parks All of VF U's six runs
outstanding leadership service Bower, and Hunter. ;
with two singles, Austin and Bus- were divided equally in the to the club since its inception ::1
sell both with singles.[ first and fourth innings of play. in 1964. Newmans Lake I

Admin 13; Marines 4 Weapons. 12 VC4 0 named in honor of his devoted > J ( ,
; service will insure continued remembrance -
Hunter was the winning Weapons walked away with by all Cecil Field
chucker of the game with ten the game after five innings of outdoorsmen.The
strikeouts and allowing five hits. play to beat VC 4 thirteento Rod and Gun Club is dedi-
Grove was the loosing pitcher nothing. Gravinese was the cated to the development, restoration -
with ten hits and one strikeout.The winning hurler for Weaponswith and conservation of the
big hitters for Admin were a no hit ball game and eight fish and wildlife and its inhab- .
Payne with a home run and a strikeouts credited to him. ,
single Wallace with a triple, O'Toole was charged with the fish( and wildlife and its habitatsat
Kochan with a home run and a loss, with only one strikeout Cecil Field. Its membership "
:' single, Marshall with a double credited to him, and nine hits now at 150 continues to growin
and two singles, and Dunlap off him. numbers and areas of devel-
with two singles. The big men opments. 1lPIItiir
at the plate for the Marineswere Weapons big inning was the Military personnel active and 3'r
Tate with a triple in the third with eight runs on seven retired, and civilians sponsoredby
;" first inning, Baker with two hits. The hits in the game a military member may join
" singles, Chittum with a single for weapons were made by by calling Ext. 643, 6 25
Cherrv with a homemn and a or 8110 or by contacting any
: single in the third inning,-Williams club member. :, .!
wer&ll with a double in the
. third, Zeoli with a triple. Baseball is a relatively safe ....
Day with a homerun in the second sport for youths.' Only two per '.
t and single also in the third,Gav- cent of the 13 to 19-year-old l'J:
Go/te/ inese also singled in the third boys Insured by a national com- .. :

and Melt .came through with pany in the 160,000-player Babe* tJ..." ...' ..." . !
Ruth Ieague rteiJ': injuries '' I''t.\ t' t '
the two singles in the third and rep '
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11\\ Jax Intramural Scoreboard I CedarHUls .

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., .I,} '. ,,'J -. BOWLING Molarolas 0 King' Pins, 4 679th 2 2 't '
< 1 4 Thunderheads, 4 ,- Detters,' 0 Marine Gd 3 3 $
t: \ "A.,* can League Pizzans, 1 Hard Hats, :3 Faetu 1. 4
J' $d.Foxes .36 8. Sky War "A" 4 Toppers 0 Afees 1 4 "
: I Cloak & Dag 34 10 Mix Masters, 1-Desk Jockeys,3 FAW 11 0 5 Chevrolet
I Pro's 34 14 Druther Moonliters,3 National League w'8ssa
I ; Afr 21 13 American ".. i..
h; ,' NCQ's 29 15 League Comm 6 0 f., /1>::1<
Phantoms 28 20 Pelicans, .1- Sparks, 3 VAP 62 6 1 : ;>
: Play Boys 23 21 Namtd, 1 NCO's, 3 ,'. CFJ 4 1O&R 1 t*'}m
:::H ,
., Supply ,. 24 24 Mad Foxes 3 Cloak & Dag.1 < 4 2 4$ ,,"""ti' A:
Eledrons' 23 25 Trainers, 1- Phantoms, 3 Nartu 4 2 ytM: J ifif
i\ Eagles ,4y..., 20 28 Supply, 4Eagles, 0 Ale Malnt ,, 1 4 fW atWILSON&BLANDING
Marine Bks"" 19 29 Flag Staffs, 2 Alley Katz, 2 \:* 2 3 i '
J Trainers 18 30 Marine Bks,1- Pro's, 3 Mar d 1 4 1rr.: :<'1:$": 1 Pelicans 18 30 Electrons Air Ops, 4 Weapons 2 4 f.h!
Can. Cock. 16 28 Aewron "A",3 Can.Cockers VW-4 ,1 5 .t.!
t 17 31 DIsp 0 7 rf:: t.f x v"Y a
Alley Katz National League \ '\fi PHONE SP 14341or {
Namtd .16 32 y
Aewron "A" 11 25 Hurricanes, 1 White Hats, 3 Wednesday, May 11 31.': SP1-6601 4r. }'
Mec-a-nicks. 3 Spartans, 1
Flag Staffs 12 32 VP-5.18- FAW11,11 ;t'4: Ati>
CPO's, 4 Darters, 0
Continental League Riggers, 0 Sky Warr "A",4 Afees, 4VP30,16Faetu
Devicers, 0 Lucky 7,4 6 Admin, 13 66 CORVAIR COUPE. . . . 51895
\ i f Airmen 31 1'7 Chiefs, 4 Mixers, 0 Hasp, 13 Marine Gd, 7 standard shift, heater, solid InterIor
i Mix Mast 29 19 (Games on the 9th and 10th
i Aewron "B", 1 Cat Fives,3: WSW, 4700 miles.
Plzzans 28.5 19.5 postphoned on account of rain)
: I r Spoilers 28.5 19.5 I Doctors 1- NFO, 3 65 MUSTANG COUPE. . . $2095
Alley Cats, 0 Galley 1, 4
Thunderheads 28 20.i auto/trans., V.8, power steering, R&H, bucket .
Rejects, 3 Neptunes, 1
: Desk Jocks. 27.5 20.5. seats & console, solid Black with red interior
i\ t King Pins 23 21 SOFTBALL WSW. '
4 Sky War."B" 23 21 American League The Tax Navy "Fliers" will
1.: Druthers 25 23 play the team from St. Johns 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORT COUPE. 52495
Qtiefs 24 24 Admin 6 5 0 1 Baptist Church this Fridayat auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, still/ In
; Galley 3 24 24 VP-5 7 p.m. The game will take new car warranty, 2 tone green with white In-
4 I'S Torch Pots 23 25 Hosp 4 ,2 place at Mackroth Field. terior.
VP 30 3 2
Toppers 23 25
t ,f Molarolas 20 24 66 VOLKSWAGEN . . . .5/495/
I 20 28 4 speed trans., all vinyl Int., solid blue, WSW.
t BB Stack. 20 28 COMING SOON!
\ Detters 19.5 28.5 65 CHEVY II NOVA . . . 57895
MJonliters 19 29 4 dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid blue/ ,WSW .
Tipplers 17 21 K & M Laundrette extra, extra clean.
Griffins I 15 25
65 LEMANS SPT. COUPE. . ,. . $2495
) National League 16 Maytag Coin Washers V/8, power steering, power brakes, R&H, dark
Flceur CPO's 37 11 blue, WSW, like new.

M Rejects Riggers 27 35 13 13 4 20 lb. Washers Rug Washer 65 MALIBU SEDAN . . . 57895
Chiefs 26 14 4 dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid turquoise,
f NFO 30 18 WSW, still in new car warranty.
Sky Warr"A' 29 19 7 Big Dryers Coin Dry Cleaning 64 MALIBU SPORT COUPE.$1895

j Cat 5'sWhite 28 20 auto/trans., V-8, R&H, 2 tone Ivory over blue.
Hats 27 21 Coin Presser WSW, blue/ .Interior.
i HurricanesNeptunes 27 21
p 25 23 IMPALA SPT. SEDAN. . . 57995
Lucky 7 24 24 5528 RIcker Rd.Just auto/trans., V/8, power steering, power bra. ;.4:.....
J MecanicksDarters 21 24 23 24 ( Oil 103rJ St.! kes, electric windows, factory,air, R&H, solid _!
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Spartans 20 24 Next Door To the "Zippy Mirt"i beige, red, Interior exceptionally clean car.
i Mixers 21 27
l' Devicers 20 28

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Chiefs, 0 Spoilers, 4 I RENT A CARRY THE HOUR, DAY, OR WK. ,
Torch Pots, 2 Galley3 I
BB Stackers, 0 Airmen, 4 |: Impalas o Mustangs o ValiantsI

J w auto/trans., Vr8: RAH, solid beige with match-

utkIiIain I;: OR WI( HONDA'S 50cc-90cc .:: Ing interior, WSW, all original.;

\ { YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21 auto/trans., V-8, power steering R&H, solid maroon

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: 1 r opens pr special 62 CHEVY II DELUXE . . . 5795
4 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, solid blue

::1 chec account: 62 WSW.CHEVROLET SEDAN.$8 95
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