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VOL. 23 NO. 46 U, S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONV/LLEfLOR/DA/ / .e., FEBRUARY 10, 1966
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NORAD Band 0 Give COMMISARY'STORE -,. <- House Passes GI Bill :'


The Commissary Store at NAS

f Concert Here Monday lax 22, will In be observance closed Tuesday of GeorgeWashington.s Feb. For Cold War Vets. ;

. blnhday. The reg-
( ular closing day on Monday will A new GI bill offering permanent bill has the same time limit
f; The North American Air Defense Royal Canadian Air Force. also be observed. Patrons education and loan benefits but provides for 11/2 months of '-*
are
r. : Command "Calvacade ofMusic" They were formed in 1959 requested to do their shopping for men and women serving in schooling for each month of ser- ,.
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Band will entertain on and played their first concert ina the armed forces was passed by vice. .;
early.
r Monday, Feb. '14 at the gymnasium in Alberqueque, the house last Monday.The Payments for full time
I' Jacksonville Civic Auditorium. New Mexico. Three years bill, which would effect students would range from $100
This will mark of third appearance later they fulfilled their "Cin- Navy T o.HoldSpecial those who have served in the monthly for those without dependents ? .
i of this talented organic derella story" by appearing at cold war since Korea,was passedby to $125 a month for
r zatlon In Jacksonville with Carnegie Hall. Since that time an unanimous 318 0 vote. those with one dependent and$150
t another overflow crowd expected they have made 'numerous E-4 The ,Senate last year passeda for those with more than one. 4
\ to attend. Last's year's attendance appearences on television and at somewhat costlier bill but is Under this bill, veterans would '
was almost 4,000. fairs and other events throughoutthe expected to go along with the have to go to school at least y
The 85 piece band under country. house version, except that they half time to get any benefits,with i'
the, direction of Conductor and The NORAD Band consistsof Exam in MayThe will (increase the aid $10 amonthIn the payments scaled down to '
a Pops Concert band and the match the load. "
'.. Officer -'Charge Major Victor each category. study Theywould
Molzer will be appearingas Commanders Orchestra which 3.5 million veterans who have be allowed eight years from the ,fl
a combined effort of the Jack- will present a varied program of Bureau of Naval.Personnel served on active duty since earlyIn date of discharge, to complete "
sonville Naval Air Station and classical, Dixieland, and rock'n has announced the schedulingof 1955 will be Immediately the educational benefits. Those
Downtown Council the Chamberof Roll music dashed with some a special Navy wide examination fected by the bill. To be eli already discharged would begin J
Commerse. Time for this French Canadian comedy.. for advancement to pay- gible personnel must have servedon the eight year limit next June 1.
special musical presentation hast Some of the featured attractions grade E 4 to be held Tuesday, active duty for six months.
been set at 8 p.m. and the publIc include a new trumpet May 10., This requirement will rule out Also provided by this bill would
J Is Invited to attend the, free soloist, Warren Luening, SP4 Personnel who took the Feb- anyone who volunteered for six be home loans up to $7,500 and I 1
: concert. USA; Kenny King USA, accordi-! ruary exam and were quoted or months active duty and then went direct loans up to $17.500 where
This unique group is the first anist with the "Commanders" failed will be automatically Into the reserves. The only exception private financing Is not available. '
-serviceinternationalband Orchestra} Staff Sgt. Jack Ta- gible.Those who were I ineligiblefor is for those who were Unlike the original GI bill, there ,
J and is comprised of outstanding tum, featured vocalist with the the February exams because discharged with a service con- is no provision for loans to ,
musicians from the U.S Army "Commanders"; the Dlxletones, of' insufflcienrtirne in rate but nected disability.The stan business ventures.
Navy and Air Force,and from the Continued on Page 2 who meet the requirements for educational benefits per- A limited medical care pro- J
the May exam,must submit{ participation sonnel are eligible for would be gram Is also Included.
r requests prior to March measured by the'length of active Although' '''the cost of the bill 1
t Crowd Br.aki.p. C 16. The 'terminal eligibility duty with' ,one month schooling 1 1ueb Is almost double what the ad- '. f I
f.t..g_, c Put'ng' ,time in rate month of service, up to ministration had, previously ,. ,j
: .; -, ""j"'r/fiJAYlUK..t6." ",..-a $6 months.The Senate asked'for approval expected ". ..,.. .(;.. I
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; result of the May exam will
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'Robert,o. Various ,other Navy, government probably be advanced' In, three USO Honors VN V.ts !t I
16, Sept. 16, ,
Canada, Deputy aixiAssistant. ,,. and, community officials Increments Aug. -
General ,and* former hand and Oct. 16.
Surgeon were on witness the ceremony -
Officer,of the Naval ,that In view of the date of this
Commanding brought'the $7 million
Hospital, turned over the first hospital closer to reality. The exam the requirement that Navy Honors Brig. MillerFriends
spade full of earth in the ground contract for the 400 -bed facUlty training courses, practicalfactors -
breaking ceremonies for the new has already been awarded, with and performance test s be of the Unied Service harder to be In a war as complicated t
hospital he 1 d last Saturday the completion date set for early Organization USO gatheredlast as this war is". Bennett ,
Feb. 5.The. in 1968. Continued on Page 2 Saturday night, Feb. 5, at was the recipient of a national '.
major address during the The 8 story l hlghrlse building the George Washington Hotel! fora award for his service to men N
ceremonies was given by U. S. will occupy two acres. When testimonial dinner celebratingthe and women in the armed forces. ?
Rep. Charles Bennett,a senior commissioned in 1941.The hospital VAdm. BoothAt silver anniversary the USO. Salavation Army Brigadier :'
member of the House Armed Ser- was primarily a facility for The' USO, founded by Christian Emil Miller, who serves as the 1
vices Committee who spoke of Inpatient care bit the role has and Jewish groups on the eve of USO executive director was ;
the need for more military changed over the years. The NAS For World War II, has a networkof singled out for a special honor y.
hospitals as well as an armed hospital now provides care for facilities covering the world, during the evening's ceremonies. '
forces medical college.:Bennett dependents and retired personnel wherever U. S. servicemen are The tribute came in the form '
also turned over a spade of earth. which comprises approximately Area VisitVice located.In of a message from Undersecretary ;,
Capt. R. V. Berry, Executive 70U/o of Its work load. addition to the Navy and of the Navy Robert H. B. !
Officer' of the hospital, acted as The new hospital will stress civic officials attending the Baldwin and was read to Brig-
master of ceremonies, and Capt. the stream '- lining of Its out Admiral Charles T.Booth dinner, the honored guests for adier Miller by RAdm H. H.
.. W. S. Baker,.Jr., Commanding patient facilities with most II, Commander Naval Air ForceUS the evening were veterans of Viet Caldwell, Commander Fleet Air
Officer' gave the welcoming remarks of them located on the first floor. Atlantic Fleet, arrives today Nam service, now stationed in the Jax.Baldwin
and introduced the distinguished '' for a five day visit to activitiesat Jacksonville 'area.Congressman said of Brig. Miller's
guests. Continued/ Page 2 NAS Jax, NAS Cecil"'Field, Charles E. Ben- "action in support of the Navy \
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and the USS Saratoga at Mayport.The nett of Jacksonville told the VietNam
primary purpose of the veterans that "It's all the Continued on Page 2SPECIAL

admiral's visit will be to assistIn
conducting the three day
Comprehension Inspection begin-
ning today at Cecil Field. The
admiral Is scheduled to hold per :
sonnel inspection tommorrow ;
morning, followed by briefingswith
w other unit .
On Monday, ne will depart I
NAS Jax for the attack aircraft
carrier USS Saratoga which Is 1
undergoing pre deployment
activities at Mayport. Returningto
NAS Jax that afternoon, Admiral t'\'
Booth will meet with Capt. ti'j
Harry B. Stott, CommanderFleet \
L '' k4 .,.N r Air Wing Eleventhe PAW-',
11 Staff, and the commanding 1
y q. officers of Patrol Squadron 16, f\
45 and VP 30 detachment.Adm. ..
booth is also scheduledto ...
meet with the commanding officers -
GROUND BREAKING. .RAdm. Robert 0. Canada turns over of Airborne Early Warn-
the first spade of earth during ceremonies held for the new hose ing Squadron Four and Heavy ,I,

pltaL Other distinguished guests for the day Included: (I. to r.) Two.Photographic Squadron Sixty HOHOR. .Leo Grimes of the Navy League presents 4I/

Capt. R. V. Berry, XO of the Hospital; Congressman Charles The admiral, who will be a framed certificate to Brigadier Emit Miller during the USO r
RAdm. E. C. Kenney retired Surgeon General Silver Anniversary banquet held last of
E. Bennett? ; accompanied on this visit by his 'weekend. Brig. Miller also
Capt. James A. Hiegel Public Works Officer; and Capt. W. S. wife, will depart Tuesday by private received tribute from Undersecretary of the Navy Baldwin, commending t* ,
Baker, Jr., CO of the Hospital. auto. his work with, the USO. '.
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EDITORIAL : Chap/ains/ : Message

Mark Twain, like many other conscientious Americans, had his I" rl eSe'r V r(. e s
say about paying taxes. After reading how a foreign country with-
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drew appropriations from public schools because of the expenseof By CDR. V.J. Mahoney, CHC
maintaining an army, Mr. Twain wrote: ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
"Why, I remember the same thing was done when I was a boy that all
in the
One of our Navy Regulations requires persons Naval
on the River.
Mississippi There
was a proposition in
a township
Edward's
there to discontinue public schools because they were Chapeland Service show in themselves a good example of among other
too expensive.
An old farmer spoke up and said if they stopped the schools they qualities VIRTUE. What is this thing called virtue? Does any
would not save anything because every time a school was closeda Naval Hospital of us know of a Naval person who was ever court martialled
jail had to be built. specifically for a violation of this ,article?
SUNDAY MASSES The dictionary defines the word simply as "general moral excel1ence"
In other words, it be difficult
may to pay taxes cheerfully, but ,
Hospital - - 0630 be found in its derivation
not so much so if we stop to consider the alternatives. But a clue may root to its
Without adequate,tax collection in the United States public schools St. Edward'sChapel further meaning. It traces its origin to the Latin VIRTUS which
would be rundown and hopelessly overcrowded, public parks would - 0900 & 1100 means manliness. Now we can begin to see the relation to Its

be almost nonexistent, and the public everything from streetlampsto DAILY MASSESSt. next of kin VIRILITY, derived from the same root, VIR, meaning
lighthouses would be fewer and shabbier. simply "a man".
Edward's: Is virtue then tantamount those qualities which we associate
Americans who grumbled loudly each year at tax time would do not ,
well to remember a very old business principle: don't Monday thru Friday 1130 with manliness? Are they not well known to us by such terms as
you
get Saturday - - 0900
something for nothing.' courage, honesty, dependability, and a host of other attributes.It .
Naval Hospital .
Who is in a better position to see what tax money can do than Friday -: : 1205 is virtue really which seperates the men from the boys. It
those of us in the Armed Forces? Tax money helps pay our'salaries, is not weighed by pounds or muscle; it is not measured by
provides for our medical care and accounts for our retirement CONFESSIONS roughness or toughness; it is not demonstrated by downgradingwomen

benefits. St. Edward's : or browbeating men.
The same tax dollars that keep men in uniforms give our country Virtue is'many things: it is a realization of one's weakness while
... a strong and well equipped Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Saturday ------1900 2000 seeking to be strong: it is attention to one's duties even when they
Corps the same forces, if you've forgotten,that guard this nation's Sunday - - -0815 0845; are dull: it is choosing the hard right over the easy wrong:, it
ideals and make it possible to have "the best that money can buy." 1015 1045 is love of country and love of family:it is unbending before principle,
Hospital Sunday - -0615
fAFPS( ) : it is yielding before logic: it is loyalty: it is work: it is pride.As .

CATECHISM CLASSES was said, virtue is many things. Probably it is equallythe
NEW HOSPITAL MAY EXAMS Chapel Annex Building 722:, mark of a man to hold mast on himself occasionally, to see how
Continued from he measures up, to know whether both God and shipmates alike
7
Continued from 7 Page Saturday's 1000
Page
can look at him and say: "There walks a real man'."
The surgical and obstetrical month
completed on prior being
DIVINE SERVICES
suites as well as the patient dropped. These mandatory requirements -
wards will be located on the other must however, be PROTESTANT
floors thus eliminating the ming met by May 9 in order for an All Saints Chapel Feb. Luncheon Group Ton
ling of inpatients and outpatients. individual to compete. SUNDAY'S:

Other distinguished guest at 0800 - -Holy
the ground breaking included The NavPers 624 card will 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship Hear Maj. General SteeleThe
RAdm. E. C. Kenney, retired not be submitted for individualswho
Surgeon General of the Navy, competed in the Februaryexam SUNDAY SCHOOL
who first announced plans for The Naval ExaminingCenter Februarymeetingof He Is a graduate of the Armed
0930 - -Chapel'Annex
ter 40 of the Amred Forces Forces Staff College Norfolk
the will ,
the
new hospital in December automatically adjust Information -
1964; RAdm. H. IL Caldwell, from the Series 40 Building 722 Management Association will Va. and the National War College,
Commander Fleet Air Jax; Capt.J. (May) exam answer card. All WEDNESDAY'S feature as their guest speaker Washington D. C. and holdsan
R. Mackroth, NAS Jax Com- others who did not participatein Major General W. S. Steele,U.S. M. A. degree in international
1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal
manding Officer;and Capt.JamesA. 'the exam will submit the 624 Air Force, Deputy Commandant affairs, George Washington. Univ
Hiegel, NAS Jax Public Works card in accordance with BuPers SECOND MONDAY of Each Month of the Industrial College of the ersity.
Officer. instructions. Armed Forces., Due to the He was held important staff
0930
Chapel Women's Guild
Representing the civilian com Small absence of Captain John R. and command assignments here
( )
munity were Jacksonville Mayor Further Information concern- Chapel Mackroth, Chapter 40 President, and abroad, having servedas
Louis HI Ritter; William S.Johnson ing the May 'exams can be obtained U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL Mr. Leonard Eubanks will pre- Deputy Director for Military
naval consultant totheJack- from your Career Information side at the luncheon meetingto Assistance in the Office of the
Sunday's - 1000
sonville Chamber of Commerce and Education Office. be held at' the NAS Jax Of-, Assistant Secretary of Defense
and : ,ficers' Cluk.at 11:45,, Feb. fort International Security Affairs
James D. Holmes, III,presi- ,. \ a.m. -
dent of the Jacksonville Chapterof usa BANQUET, .: ?r'. CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT 17 Members, and guests are ; Deputy Air Force Member, y
the Navy League. urged to take' advantage 'of 'the J oint-Strategic,Plans Committee, .
Walter B. Schultz representedthe Continued from Page 1 Today-' opportunity) to hear an outstanding Joint Chief ,of Staff; Ex-

firm of Reynolds, Hill and through the USO these many years Choir Practice at 7 p. m. lecture on'the subjectof ecutive Assistant to the Sec-
Smith, the architects and are a credit not only to himself, Sunday- management. retary of the Air Force and
engineers for the new hospital. but to the Salavation Army to Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Major General Steele was an Deputy Assistant for Mutual Security -
Also present was William E. which he has dedicated his life." Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. honor school appointee to the Headquarters, USAF.
Arnold, Jr., whose firm will Comunion on the first Sunday. United States Military Academy He has served in Europe as
construct the hospital. Another honor bestowed upon of the month. from which he graduated in 1936. Deputy Special Assistant ,to the

NORAD BAND Brig. Miller was a framed certi- Chief of Staff, Shape Headquarters -
ficate from the Navy League of CATHOLIC Paris, France and Deputy
,Continued from Page 7 the United States "in testimonyand Daily- Ladies FRAUnit Director, Military Assistance
the NORAD Choir; and various tribute to outstanding 11:20 a. m. Mass Division, United States European
other combo and solo selections. service." Sunday- Command.

In addition to their appear- 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions 126 Ladies Auxiliary, General Steele was operations
ance Monday night,several mere Other events of the eveningsaw heard before each Mass. Fleet Reserve Association will officer of the 18th Fighter Group
bers of the groups will be seen RAdm. Kenneth Craig, USN observe its 11th Birthday this in Hawaii when the Japanese attacked -
on local TV shows. Channel (ret), elected to succeed Frank JEWISH Thursday evening during their Pearl Harbor. He then
4 (WFGA TV) will feature an J. Brennan as President of the Call Ext. 311 for information regular meeting which con- took command of the 15th Fighter
Interview with Flying Officers USO Council of Jacksonville. on Jewish Services. venes at 8:00 p.m. and is heldat Group, which he commanded until
Con Furey on the Midday Show. 7673 Blanding Blvd.In 1943. He then became directorof
F/O Furey, Royal Canadian Air Included on the entertainment Traffic Violations honor of the occasionthe operations of the New York
Force, is associate director of program was the NAS Jax Band, members of the Unit's spon- Fighter Wing, and later took
the group, and is the first Can- organist pianist Mrs. Mary The soring Branch have been invitedto command of the 326th Fighter
adian officer to b& assigned to Waldron, vocalists Betty Arnold of following is a report attend this meeting. Also Group in which capacity he train
this unique military organi and Elmore Sumaraga, and com- and motor traffic vehicle accidents Mr*.& Mrs. Crumley will pre- ed pilots and organizational
violations
zation. edian impersonator Sid Porter. period for the sent a showing of slides entitled cadres for various fighter groups
Also slated to appear on Tommy Tucker served as February February 7.Number. 1 through "Life at Thornwell". assigned to the European
Channel 4 Is Major Victor Mol- master of ceremonies. Thornwell is an orphanage in Theatre. Next he was assignedas
zer, the band's conductor. He of Accidents Clinton, South Carolina which A 3 of the 7th Air Forcein

will be interviewed by Tandi Proceeds from the banquet will This Week February 1- Unit 126 has contributed in sup- the Pacific Theatre, and par-
Swenk at 11 p.m. >. go toward opening new USO clubs February 7--------4 port for the past several years. ticipated in the operations which
The "Dixietones' will be in Viet Nam. At the present Total Accident this year through Unit 126 is also sponsoringa advanced American Forces to
appearing on Channel -12s time there are four clubs February 7 - - 31 Birthday Ball on the eveningof Japan and Okinawa leading to the
"Today in Jacksonville" pro- operating with plans for an additional !- Number of Accidents through February 12th at the Fleet Reserve direct air assault on Japan.
gram. seven to be opened. February 1966 - 41 Hall, 7673 Blanding Boulevard General Steele was born in
Jacksonville, Florida. Georgetown, S. C. and graduated
'Total number of days since Dancing will start at 9:00 p.m. from Robert E. Lee High School
last injury in a motor vehicle and last till 1:00 a.m. with music and Staunton Military Academy,
JTAX accident - - -17 rendered b y Danny High and his both in Virginia. He has been
AIJR N S Number of Violations Band. This is a B.Y.O.B. affair, awarded the Legion of Merit with

This Week - - -22 with set ups,snacks,,and prizes Oak Leaf Cluster the Air Medal,
Speeding -------7 provided. Donations for this the Bronze Star, and the Com-
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Reckless Driving - -1 function will be $4.00 per couple. mendation Ribbon.

distributed eocrt Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Going through Stop Sign -1 For further information or tick-
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Other Violations - -12 ets call the FRA Hall, 771 -
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR 9951. All members and their

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, Fifteen drivers appeared before guests are welcome

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before the Traffic Hearing Boardat

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- the meeting held on February
Telephone. EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. 8. Disposition of the cases included BUY U.S.

Advertisements. are solicited by the publisher and queries the following; Two lost
concerning such should b. directed to driving and parking privileges
The Holt Publishing aboard the station for various
Company, 3649
Philips Highway,
Jacksonville Florida periods; One received
32207, Telephone 359-4040 suspen- SAYINGSBONDS
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VOL. 23 NO. 46 warnings; Six dismissed; Ten
February 10, 1966 fined ( U. S. Commisioner); and
Three referred to commanding
officers for possible disciplinary
action.
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I 'BLUE'HAWKSMOVE- NEST TO HAS CECIL I



A veterAn combat squadron While operating in the Gulf of The squadron, along with the targets and practice fields in this! B. Southworth will move up from
comes to NAS Cecil next Tues- Tonkin, the "Blue Hawks" com- officers and men of the carrier area in preparation for their next the position squadron executive '
day to s'et up housekeeping as piled an impressive combat re- Independence and Carrier Air cruise. officer tomorrow to assume com-
this station's eleventh attack cord. The squadron pilots log- Wing Seven, received the Vietnamese VA-72 is scheduled to join mand.
squadron.The ged more than 3,875 hours in Campaign ribbon and Carrier Air Wing One, at NAS With close to 200 officers and "
"Blue Hawks" of VA-72 1847 combat sorties in the Viet- were awarded the Navy Unit Com- Cecil, in March and will deployon men in the squadron VA-72 will
will move here from NAS Oce- nam area. mendation for exceptionally merItorious the USS Franklin D. Roose- add many new members to the
ana, Va. The squadron, a mem- Under the command of Cdr.J. velt later in the year. area churches. Service Clubs.
ber of Carrier Air Wing Seven D. Adkins the "Blue Hawk's" service from June 5 to The "Blue Hawks" will also Boy and Girl Scout troops and
(CVW-7)), recently deployed to the duties in the Vietnam area ranged November 21, 1965, while con- get a new skipper prior to reporting other civic and social organiza
Western Pacific aboard the USS from close air support of U.S. ducting combat operations in to NAS Cecil. Cdr. H. tions.
Independence. and South Vietnamese military Southeast Asia.In -
operations below the Demilitarized addition, squadron members
Zone to daring strikes into ( received numerous military L.:5
North Vietnam. One of these decorations and citations in recognition WESCONHETTriTA
strikes resulted in the first suc- of their combat per:
cessful attack and destruction of formance.
an operational mobile surface- When they arrive at NAS Cecil FLORISTWe
to-air missile installation in aviation the Hawks will continue their
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Due to a decrease in the numoerof exams will not standing opportunity : I
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third class petty officers a produce enough for t ', BeauchampThe
special Navy wide E 4 exam, P03's to fill an individual to 1\ r Marge
will be given In May. The "If the quota.Also, make E 4 big teen fashion newsis your hair, but wash it often as
Ya Ask Us" reporter toured it appears that because it is i still granny dresses, and the needed for a shiny lusterous
NAS Jax to ask "Do you think the raw scores uch a short bigger than ever. I crown. This could be once a
fad Is even
this special exam Is a good idea will not be period of time heard pros and cons on day If your hair is extra oily.
have
and if so, why?" dropped and between this length dresses, but even Make absolutely certain that
Elwyne D. Me Fall. HMl those who take Me FALL May and the DU RIV/ AGE ankle dislike the calico and your complexion Is really clean.
"Greatl Apparently February the exam and are promoted are last exam. It also makes the if you mode, must admit Most dermatologists agree that
and remain in the gingham you
try is the best product for
still
men. Jerson
your top modest fad soap
'examination frame of mind"that that is is the most really clean skin but if you
have come up
Henry TIndall, Jr., 11M2 Is needed to do well ona the teen agers. have a dry skin problem, cream
"I think the special exam will test. And you don't get that with in ages.Another in their favorIs your face first, then apply the
CanYou the score
till
be good only if -.' I "well, It's six months _
falls that grannies do emphasizethat
next exam" attitude that soap.When
TAKE YOUR CAR everyone who girl is a girl with their you step' Into your bath
a
WITII YOU ? passes the test so Ellen many Van Individuals.Dyke, DN "I think decorations of lace, bows, rib- everyday, insure that it has first
For / and Insurance in February femine frills. been laced with a sweet- scented
Financing It's that the Navy is givingits bons and other
I great .
makes their bath oil. This will protect against
Stateside and Overseas. Call 'I E 3's another They also offer an opportunityfor
rate. It is and chapping,' and oh
DYER M. BURR ; chance beginners at the sewing ma- dryness
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES senseless to to make rate, chine to try their hand at some- what luxury.
quote people Most granniesare Most important make these
FINANCE CORPORATION only they thing simple.
and on one test 77NOALL basic In designenableing good grooming habits an every-
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INTERNATIONAL SERVICE and turn right around" and give the time, not even the most Inexperienced day standard procedure. On
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Ed war d'G. Durivage, UN3 Just once. Grannies are nothing, but if you in
6615 Tlmuquana Rd. 771-0527 claims to finished product.
affords Navy
"I think that it an outSAVE$25to$30
need more VANDYKE inexpensive even when bought your teen years practice all the
petty officers why don't they ready made at the store but If little beauty tricks you can learn
rate them In the first placeif you make your own, you can have and fit them into your daily
scores are high?" three for the price of one. schedule, your beauty future will
Patti Tucker, PHAN "I So girls, hide your knees and be problem free.
think It's a great idea tor. those ankles with grannies, I think It SOCIAL BITS
who got quoted ? """"' is a nice change of pace.A .

out on the Feb- (,] WORD ON GROOMING/ The Jacksonville Officers
ruary exam a.I.[ Wives Club has scheduled a Val-
chance to study C!" ; Grooming habits that you formin entine Teen Dance, Monday,Feb.
up ,on parts of your teen years will determine 14, at the NAS Jax Officers Club
On Each 100 of Bureau Rates for the test they the grooming problems that you from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
were weak on r will or will not have in the The dress for the occasion is

so they will be future. 'semi formal, so girls get out
able to make TUCKER Always follow the basic rules of the party dresses and,boys come
AUTOINSURANCE.. the May quota. good health. If vitamins are up with the 50 admission charge.
Theresa Boyle, SN "The needed to give you that extra A hi fi will provide the music.
special Navy -_wide E 4exan-, bounce, take them regularly. Be Please forward all social and
to be held in "*" sure to get plenty of sleep, fresh club news to Jax Air News, Box

May should, air and exercise. Watch your 2, U. S. Nava], Air Station, Jack-
benefit many diet. What you eat not only sonville, Attn: Marge Beau-
people in making effects the: size dress you wear champ.
third class but your complexion, the shineof

You enjoy these savings from Bureau petty officer.It your hair, the strength of 0
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save substantially when the Safe DriverPlan chance, to. making ,rate. As longas :to teen ,- age beauty is CLEAN.
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Navy Dept. Issues New Better SuggestionsServe


I Rules on Severance Pay Public, SelfMany

years ago,the story goes
The Navy Department has just years old, the second elementor the librarian of the Harvard Uni-
issued rules and regulations governing what Is called the Age Adjustment versity Library appeared before x>
severance pay require- is also used. An employee the Board of Overseers to ask for
ments and conditions for its Civ- will receive 10%/ of his money for book stacks.
il Service employees. Severancepay Basic Severance Allowance for One of the board members
is a brand new benefit established each year he is over forty at leaned back in his overstiffed
by the Federal Em- the time of his separation from chair and snorted "A waste of
ployees' Salary Act of 1965. service. As before 25% of a money" he said. '''1'11 bet half
In general, the new regulations year will be credited for each the books in those stacks will
"
entitle a person to severance full three months of any remaining ,never be looked at.
pay provided that he is a ca- portion. Let us assume The librarian agreed but added
reer-conditional employee who is that the man in the example a- "The only trouble sir,is that we
being involuntarily separated for bove is forty-six years and sev- haven't found a way of determining -
of his In ad- months old the time of which half of it will be."
no
cause own. en at
dtion the employee must have his involuntary separation. His This is equally true in the development CAPT. THOMAS WASHINGTON, O&R Officer, recently/ 'pre-
been serving in a duty status Basic Severance Allowance is, of new ideas and concepts sented/ awards to two of his employees under/ the Superior Accomplishment
of new ways of approaching Award 'E. Rowe Electronics
for a continuous twelve months as previously computed $2806. Program Edgar ,
preceding his separation and he .' The Age Adjustment wouldbe and solving problems. Manywillbe Mechanic, received o Superior/ Achievement Award for designIng -
must not be immediately eligi- 65%/ of $2806.00 ((10%a year proposed for each one that will and building a mockup of an ASB-J2 radar system. Dorothy

ble for any kind of annuity.If for six years 10% for one- eventually There is gain acceptance.of Fcrroc/y, a c/erJc-fypfsf/ In the Metals Division, received a Sustained -
just no sure way
an employee meets all the half year) or $1823.90. Award.
telling in advance which leads 'Superlor.PerIormonce
requirments his severance pay
are certain to succeed.
is based on all creditable civilIan The man's total severancepay
i service. The severance pay is consequently the sum of But it Is good for everyone MeetMr.
is made of two elements.. NAS Golfers To
up these two elements or $4629.90. employees, the Government and
The. first element is called a There is a limit as to the total the general public that Federal

Basic Severance Allowance whichis amount anyone can receive;whichis employees more and more are Leroy BJorkman President proposed by laws will be
given to everyone. This allowance one year's pay at the rate questioning .the existing ways of of the NAS Golf Associaread for comment and .approval.
is computed by giving received immediately before doing things on the job and sug- tion has announced that there
the employees one week's basic seperation he will not be given gesting new ways that are better will be a meeting at 7 p.m. In addition, plans for a Flagon
pay in the same amount received any severance pay. and more economical.Just Feb., 10, in the Club: House Tournament to be conducted on
at the time of separation at Pine Tree'' Golf Course. OurFeb.. 22, will be discussed. Appropriate -
for each year of service up Payment of severance pay will because a suggestion is ing the meeting a draft of the prizes will be awarded.
through ten years. Two weeksof not be in one lump sum. It will new, however does not make it ..
basic pay will be given for be paid in the same bi weeklypay better. Every idea must stand
each year of service over and periods as at present and the test of time. On the other HEART MONTHn .T....... I.WeM.ra N1D..t.th.SWINGT...
above ten years. In computingthe at the same rate as if still em- hand, let's not back the theory Every Fri. fc Sat..U
total years of creditable service ployed. The final payment would that it is unwise to disturb the 7130 p.m. 'Un
full credit will be given of heart Ce.tMN "' ... .M ....
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consist only of that portion present methods that we may President Johnson,. a
for each full year' and any remaining the severance pay found remain- ruffle a few feathers by .pre- attack victim himself in 1955 DISCO IYlt1AHM.m F
portion will receive 25% ing. In our example the employeewith senting new thoughts. has designated February ,as 202 PI_..,U>iMM AT...*.,..Cw.ws.. !
of a year for 'each full three $4629.90 in' severance paywould American Heart Month and urged .. .BtorBk.sncuirA ...
"'. -..months.As ane example, this ''receive $244.00 gross pay ..After4all, the,'primary'function -.' mobilization all resburces I to iJ 45- wftkS ":=: DI...,
:, | Basic Severance Allowance, as'-. i( I. e. before'income' tax of Federal workers Is to help conquer heart disease.In .....JtlfnHllnt.H. .
-" -"sume that ,an employee, has a 'weeds< fora Government the 195 Johnson .........-..-.
: ,deductions) every two our serve' his proclamation. _. .._.k.ad b,...A.....
: bi-weekly basic pay of $244.00and period of thirty six weeksor million Americans who own lock said: "I urge everyone to enlistin .*r*.M..to C... IL t-9012:
has sixteen years eight eighteen pay periods and stock, and barrel. And this means this heart crusade and to sup-
months of creditable service. would receive a final. 'check for service that Is most effectiveat port the vital work that will enable Ia'"JiUap r
He would receive one week's, pay $237.90. the lowest possible cost. us to reach the goal of healthy

or $122.00 for each year of his hearts for all." B'

first ten years or $1220.00. He I .
would further receive'two weeks PIZZA
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six years or $1464.00. His
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he would receive one-half of two
week's pay or $122.00 for this ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI :.Y On liberty
portion. His total Basic Sever-
ance Allowance would be$2806. L ) ti .'1
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A group of students visiting the t 14 ; their homes.
Jacksonville area from Brazil ,
were treated to a glimpse of Amigo was ori "
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k1 the American "Airedale' Navy years ago
Monday when Fleet Air Wing Eleven ) impressed by what he
host the visiting the United
played to thirty boys i \
and girls. decided it would be a _
Visiting the States under a pro- t tf $, if Latin American
gram known as Operation Amigo, f d who are subjected to
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MoviesMovies ,Club SchedulesMOM ,
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will be shown regularly CLUB -Musicthis Friday byterian. Monday's entertainment laa t AdSeclion..h:
at 7 p.m., Monday through will be provided by Charlie[ Jay will be a Valentine's Hop .. :
Saturday. The hospital will have with Sam Ross appearing on beginning at 8 p.m.with contests n l1 j jjj j* j 1* j@t: ::::::::::::1:1::::: ::::1: : ::::: ::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::*:::::;:
one feature on Sunday at 7 p.m. Saturday. Tuesday Is foreign dish prizes and fun.
Cecil Field will have two shows night featuring gourmet treats
during the week at 5'30 and 8 from many lands. Wednesdayis Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
p.m. Matinees will be shownon Fried Chicken night for the 3649 Philips llwy.,. Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, to arrive
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. whole family, and Thursday Is not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
beef CECIL FIELD day. Ads' arriving too 'late for this deadline will be publishedthe
eaters night.
Thursday, February 10 following week unless the publisher is instructed other
NAS John Goldfarb Please . . wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received WITH' the copy for the ad.
Come Home Shirley Mac Laine
.., CPO CLUB: Friday night Hen-
: Peter Ustinov CPO CLUB Phil Cay and ry Ford and his combo will be DO NOT SEND CASH

Hospital Kid Rodelo Don the Chantels will have the spot- playing. There will be a lob- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . 12.00

Murra.. Field Janet- Horror LeighC. of It All light Friday at and the Saturday.Chief's: Two club bands this entine ster dinner Dance for will$2.25.be held A Val-Sat- Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .'.0.50

Pat Boone Erica Rogers have been scheduled for Sundaybut urday night with Mark Castle per
11 a small change has been made forming. A 16 oz. t-bone will
Friday February
t in the times they will play. A be served for $1.75. Sunday NEW HOMES CUSTOM BUILT 'For Sale 1961 Olds F 85
NAS Apache Uprising Rory string band will play from 3-6 there Is roast beef( for 90 anda 4 BRs & 3 BRs Panel dens w/ Wagon V/8, A/T, R &H.W/SW
Calhoun, Corrine Calvert p.m., with Bud Clark taking over childs plate for'50<,L Mondaythe fireplaces central heat & A/C 2 tone paint Ivory over Maroon
Hospital Bunny Lake is at 7:30 p.m. galley and package store Irg wooded lots. Down pymts One Owner Must Sell Now -
Missing Carol Lynley, Keir will be closed. Game night $1200 thru $1900. First Offer over $500.00. Phone
Duella . .'. starts Wednesday night at 7:45. VIRGINIA E. BELL, BKR. Holt, 359 4040 Weekdays.
C. Field Von Ryan'sExpress Hamburger steaks will be 75,. 264-2488 356-2462
Frank Sinatra Trevor ACEY DUCEY CLUB POODLE CLIPPING: Profes-
Howard Friday's music will be providedby 55555555 REAL ESTATE: Free consulta- sional training by New York
Saturday, February 12 the John Arnold "4" with the tion advice. 7 days a week.Homes School of Dog Grooming 771 -
'Star Dusters on Saturday. Mark EM CLUB: Tonight is bingo for sale. $100 Down. Equities, 0215. Puppies and Stud Service.
NAS The Cavern-John Saxon Castle will provide the dancing night. Friday night Harold Ter- No Qualifying. Rentals.Homesite
Brian Aherne music' on Sunday. Game nightis ry will be performing. Carl Lots Acreage Investments. FOR SALE: 61 VOLKSWAGEN,
Hospital John Goldfarb every Sunday and Tuesday. Boyd will be guest Sunday. There WALTER T. BOWEN, Reg. Bro- Exc cond $695,2649363.DRESSMAKING .
01.... Please Come Home Shirley .. will be a special Tuesday night ker USN Retired. 384 1376
MacLaine Peter UstinovC. . . featuring, Jimmy Strickland and ALTERATIONS
Field Kid Rodelo Don
band. 3 OR 4 BR HOME FROM $100 Sewing of any kind. 771-4579
Murray,Janet Leigh
dwn. Contact USN/RETS Art 6837 Sonora Drive.
Sunday, February 13 BLUEJACKETS INN Dancing Powell or Ernie Mills. ORANGE
tonight will be to MardI Wilson
LUTHERAN PARK REALTY 264 2411. FOR RENT ORTEGA HILLS
NAS The Return Mr.Moto-
1 and the Redcoats with the Star
5000 Homecrest Circle, 1 1/2
Henry Silva Susan FloydHospital Dusters The Play-
on Friday. SERVICE CENTERThe NEW HOMES 3 BR, 2 B, con- B, 3 BR, $110 mo. PO8-3241
Apache Uprising boys will have the spotlight on
venient to NAS & Cecil Field. after 5
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Rory Calhoun.Corrine Calvert Saturday and Phil Cay and the
C. Field Bunny Lake is Missing Chantels will beat the Club, Lutheran Service Call Page Aspinwall, CPO (Ret.) FOR RENT: HYDE PARK AREA,
;.: Carol Lynley, Keir Duella Sunday. The new sound of the Center, located at 19 West representing Naval Personnelfor furnished 2 BR, house clean,
Apollos will again be heard this Forsth Street will sponsor Stockton, Whatley Davin & Co. electric kitchen fenced backyard
: .:.a..""{ Monday, February 14 "" Tuesday night. another square dance as pan Ph. 771-1241 or 356-7371 water furnished$75 mo.
;.r'+r NAS The Longest Day John of their continuing programof 1417 Manotak Ave. Pi. 389-4035
..C'',, Wayne, Richard Burton . . entertainment for military SINGER AUTOMATIC
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Don't wear a hon, sleeveor .,
colored shirt; ', f" v

JAX MARINES l ,:!5
.
Don't unbutton the middle but; ,
DySgt .Joel Ferguson ton of your coat; ", < ',itl
,
F\T. 400
Don't worry about age. Some '
,are old at 40, while others'are
sentative is enlightening both in Don't lose sight of the fact young at 60; "
his presentation and in booklet that the Service itself is big .
!.. .,t form. business and embraces all of the Don't make excuses for exces-
He offers the following"DO's"and ,functions inherent to a successful sive weight or other infirmities.
"DON'T'S" in conductinga operation; Bear in mind though, these may
(:. job serach: be cause for rejection; :

Do keep physically fit and as Don't distribute resumes more 'I'r',1 i
trim as possible; than 90 days prior to your se- Don't become discouraged.. '
Do notify everyone who maybeof perations; Finding a job Is a time -,'consuming
assistance in the search effort; patience demanding
Don't use the word "retiring"In
former '
associates, classmates, any communications After experience;
1l friends
Do follow; all of 20 years of active duty, one is Don't apologize. u
sources em- :
just changing fields. The civilian \
ployment
as organizations whichare
invariable associates retirementwith
expanding need higher level 651' Navy and Marine personnel
personnel too; age seeking "Operation Highline"assistance
Do plan to travel at your own Don't submit carbon copies of should contact the
L expense both locally and afield; resumes or fascimllles of commendations Navy, League in Washington, or
Do consider nationwide oppor- awards or fitness Capt. Wyatt at 638 So. Irving

HONOR GUARD J IstLt.. Donald T. Winter, /left rear, escorts tunities unless your health dic- reports, unless specifically requested Boulevard, Los Angeles Calif
John' Paul Jones he tates otherwise; to do so; 9005.
Navy Copt. as inspects a Marine Guard on Do prepare for an interviewas

hand to honor him ,when he retired here last week after 37 years carefully as you ever did for

of distinguished military service. Prior to retirement Capt. an examination or a military fH"E. ..., I
Jones was 'Senior Dental Officer at the NATTC Dental/ Clinic. operation;
Do remember that the inter- _
view Is a period of Indefinite
FINISH COURSESThe tlon Highline," from the Navy length divided equally between Iy.

League, 181 18th St. N. W., participants: You will be judged 'i
folIowingM.uines advanced Washington, D. C., 20006. on the quality of questions
their professional quali- Included in the area
pamphlet which you'ask as well as on your
fications the list-.of
by completing agencies offering professional answers;
following courses of the Marine counselling and aptitude Do treat each company as your
Corps Institute: tests; suggestions relative to job prime target, avoiding the _
CW02 Daniel J. Hurley search; guidelines for preparinga scattershot impression;
Principles Punched, Card Data resume; what'to expect and how Do be particularly careful
Processing; SSgt. Everett Tho- to react during a personal Inter- about dress. Avoid all military
mas OperationsAgaistGuerilla view; and professional and tech-
trappings i. e. lapel insignia,
Forces, and D. G. nical organizations
Cpl. Hooper resourced to
service tie clasp and above all,
Shop mathematics L assist military personnel seeking a service,raincoat;

SUNDAY TEACHERSSSgt. civilian employment.A Do solicit comments about your
management consultant in resume and when the time Is .

Ed Batten, Junior Dept. civilian life, Capt. Frederic A. right, consider a .rerun incorporating -
Wyatt Is serving on active duty
Sunday School Supt. for, station valid suggestions;
in the
Navy specifically to assist
Do weigh carefully the educa-
said
Protestant services, this
military personnel making the ,.
week that Sunday Schoolteachersare tional preparation of school age
being sought by Protestant transition to civilian life upon children for college; SILVER LEAVES LtCol. James W. Laseler, lift, receivesthe /
retirement from the service. He
for Do refrain,from using military silver leaves and documents him; his
Chaplain Weir 'assignment Is the national chairman of the promoting, ; to present
to various glasses.SSgt.'Battenf Navy "Operation, titles and J jargon; rank ,recently, from, LtCol. Lenhrew. Loren, Commanding Officer p
League's1. High- -
,,. : be about be-
Do >eallstlc
'
your
aid)teaching Sun" ::iti e." ; : of the Marine ,Air Reserve Training Detachment here.
day School required 'no :special ginning salary,requirements.
: According to Capt. Wyatt. the LtCol.. Laseterls currently serving as the reserve detachment's
gifts educational
or background;
most effective resumes are those DON'TS executive officer.
only dedication to religious prin-
ciples; some initiative and a prepared by the individual him- Don't ask the interviewer what
sincere interest in the students. self. He recommends that resumes you should do In the company.
He said Sunday School teachers be limited to one page He Is there to find out what you
receive no salary and that their prepared, in the original, and want to do and how your qualifications Z 8& 8B /
reward, if any, was the satisfaction mailed only to select prospec- fit the openings that
tive employers. A sample resume might exist;
and helping working them with to young enrich people their appears In the Highline Don't smoke, during' the inter- Y BELLAIR, I HOME BUILDERS I INC. "

lives during difficult periods of booklet. view; ,
development. Capt. Wyatt's expert advice, Don't fail to highlight your ...
.
Personnel interested in teach- based on his personal experience resume with the field in which ; .
as a serviceman a job seeker, you are most interested sup- 1ft' J ;
ing a Sunday School class for "' \., '..
and, an employer's hiring repre- porting this with experience; .
the Protestant Chaplain may Ii .1 ,4r, : ... '.1. \:,
reach him at extension 8479 or
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RADIO.CAL MO.HZATKR.v... VOL.AUTO.NO. 1U3-A.fOW.IR Pensacola Takes Early Lead

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AIR CdND.. VS. The opening rounds of the Sixth The Goshawks had an even ,
Naval District Tournament at easier time in their second gameof rINAYY
63 OLDS $60.65 MO. NAS Cecil Field went much the the day downing ComFairJax ri

H. CoDa. ; BT. TOLL POWER JTACT. < way the skeptics had predicted.By 108 58. Coven ,and ,Johnson Fr
AIR CONDITIONING.
Wednesday fans were call-
ing the five day affair "Poor scored 25 a piece and McGee
62 CADILLAC Buck Weaver's Tournament.". accounted for 18 points and 22
UD. DEVLLE:, WLL POWER Weaver's NAS Pensacola team rebounds. But the game scoring
AIR. honors went to ComFair's An-
broke the century mark twicein
j 62 PONT. $73.12 MO. Tuesday play. The Goshawks derson who hit for 26. '
scored convincing wins NS Charleston, the second ,
BONN. IT. WAG. FULL POW.
t XR* PACT.AIR NEW TIRES. over NAS Jax, in the opening favored team, also got a pair of
game, and then came back in victories in the opening rounds.
: 64 FORD $57.00 MO.. the evening for a victory over The Charleston team had little
CTRY. lEa: v... STATION WAOOff.
.. RADIO HEATER. X-TRA the ComFairJax entry. trouble with either NAS Sanfordor
The Goshawks blistering offense NAS In the Missile's
t'' CLEAN: 8TK. NO. 1t73-A. Glynco.
hit for 103 points in their first game six players scoredin
64 OLDS $53.67 MO. game against NAS Jax and 108 double figures as Charleston r
7.... 1-DR.. RADIO BEATER.. against the ComFairJax team. scored a 92 58 victory over
me. NO. 1111. In the opener Pensacola provedto Sanford.
be too much for the NAS
'Forward Joe Fleming on
put
63 MERC. $57.80.MO.. Jax team to handle. The Cos-, the best scoring 'show of the
4-DR, RADIO. HEATER. AUTO hawks ran to an easy 44-18 day in the final game of the
MATIC. POWER ITEERINO: halftime lead,,and added 59 more
the Missiles Increaseda
day as
BRAKES.PACTORT AD
C9ND.
In the second half to down NAS. 10 point halftime lead over
62 CADi. $82.58 MO. Jax 103' 65. Three Gos- NAS Glynco to a 102 79 final

CONV4 PULL POWER fc PAC- hawks players hit for better Coven than The 6-3 forward homed in on AWAY...Dick/ McGeec,Pensacola's( hiv cen-
TORT AIR COND.. YELLOW: 20 points. Forward 'Max the target for 33 points.: ONE THAT GOT
WITH WRITE LEATHER, DfTER* collected 23 counters, Center ter, makes a last effort to stop NAS Jox's Fred/ K/omon/ from
JOB ITK NO. 1143. Dick McGee added 22, and Larry West NAS joined Cecil NAS Field Pensacola and NS and'NS Key scoring In the opening game of the 6HD Touramen at HAS Ce-
Mack in 20.
63 FORD $53.67 MO.CTRY. chipped ,Charleston in the winners' cil Field.was .
BEATER. bracket of the double elimination
SQ. RADIO. : :
led by Philips with 26mark- Key West entry out reboundedthe
POWER STEERINO: : tournament.The .
AUTOWATIC'i AUTOINSURANCE shorter Memphis team.Mem-
Cecil Field Raiders had ers.Rebounding' Graham the
played the differ- phis's was top
i One Year Silver Crest to work for their 96-81 victoryover
for both with
ence in the game as the NAS scorer teams
Naval Hospital Beaufort. Cecil Field team pulled down
RTHFLORIDA1 MILITARY The Raiders came on strong in 19.Play The
N >v 59 from the backboard while continues,tomorrow.
of
the closing minutes behind -
play
All Ranks and Ages Beaufort could only snag 28. finals for the right to a South
:f the 26.point performance of
NS Key West and NAS Memphis Atlantic Regionals berth at
Monthly Payment Plan forward Jimmy Marshall. played nip and tuck ball but the Norfolk will be played Saturday.
J Beaufort hit hot
a shooting
? southern -.
most thejour-
LINCOLN MERCURY 6479 entry
ROOSEVELT streak to.,stay In the game throughout nament came out on top in the NATTC To Sponsor
the first half, and of
most
Riverside finial by a 71 67 'count. The
605 /.none JO'S /' // the second. The Hospital team
EL 6-6877 Le L--McDOUGALL'S' Two, LL T.al s

OPEN: DAILY TIL I P JI. ;.
SUNDAY U TO S More boys will be able to play
little League baseball in Cedar
Hills this year due to funds
VISIT
11w contributed by students of the
Naval Air Technical Training

CLAUDE) NOLAN Center's Schools. Aviation Ordnance

Sailors and Marines attendingthe
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$400.00 for the area little lea-
I- 1 CADILLAC &: PdNTIAC guers since the drive began Jan-
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1 MAIN AT ORANGEOPEN the past four years the
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MON. THRU SAT.
UNTIL 8'PM'
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I 'I .. Officer Milton A. Myette, who
collected the funds said that
f rift the spirit with which the plea
Start saving now before it's too late. BIG CHIEF Pore>an for funds was met indicated a
'. < '. R.t. strong desire on the pan-of young
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HAS Jax NA TTC Personnel Playing .' .. ( '1 I


Sports Shorts6th With Local Soccer Club { '


It was revealed today that a LT. (jg) Schutz gained his
Naval/ District Boxing Naval Technical Training Center experience in soccer play in
officer and student are membersof college and with clubs In the New
Candidates who would like to the Jacksonville Spyders Jersey,New York and Hawaii
6th represent the Jax Navy in the Soccer Club. They are LT (jg) areas. Rondanelli, who is a
Naval District boxing matches P. N. Schutz, NATTC Discipline licensed International Football
are urged to contact Mr. Frank Officer and Petty Officer Third Referee ( soccer) player soccerin
McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Dir- Class Ricardo Rondanelli, a Chile.
ector, at the NAS Gtm, Bldg. member of the Chjleian Navy attending -
#3, or call Ext. 5&5.' AE "A" School. Robinson Leads

The Spyders sponsored by
HAS Intramural Bowling Brumo Porsche Car Cooperation NATTC ScoringMarine
won 30 and lost eight games
Tommorrowis the dead line last season. Among the teams PFC James R. Robin
for all entries for the spring they played included Jacksonville son Is the top scorer In NATTC
University, Florida State Univer- Intramural Basketball, Robinson -
/ bowling season.It sity, various soccer clubs from a member of MAD #7,
is Imperative, that all team Daytona, St.Petersburg Orlando has made 84 points. He Is followed '
Palm Beach, and teams closely byR.J.Mortenson,
captains be at the meetings next from foreign commercial many AN, a member of Navy Support I.
week. The meetings are to be ships. # 6 with 73 points. '
Soccer is the
held at the NAS Gym, Bldg. #3 major sportin J. J. King with 54 points is t.
TOP 'SHOTS..JKemiers of the HAS Cecil Field Pistol Team; most Africa, European, and the third top scorer. He is a ".
(front row, left to right) T.C. Andreas, R.L. Alford, (back row, at 9:30 a.m. The American Latin American countries. It Isa 'member of AE "A" 1## 1. KingIs
/left to right/ ) Ron Meadows, Ed White, C.L. Betts, and F.S. League meeting Is to be held type of football in which typea trailed by PFC W. H. Hafa,
Paine/ foot five trophies away from last weeXend"s: shooting Monday,. Feb. 14 Continental ball type is of moved football in toward which theopponent's the PVT Robert L. Pitts,R.G.Herb-
cue, A03, PVT R. L. Plumer, ..
notch. '
Leauge Wednesday, Feb. 16, and goal by kicking It or
PFC L. G. PVT
Baugher,
the National League on Thursday striking it with the head or body. Joseph
NAS Cecil Shooters Win HonorsIn Feb. 17. Riccobono. and PVT R. Wells.


Jacksonville Police Match W.yellowlln"

The NAS Cecil Field Pistol team fired[ in the Jacksonville The Feb. 7th meeting of the
2700 at the city's Police Pistol Range Sunday and three of the four Waves Bowling League saw J.A.
shooters came away with honors Moynahan capture high game of
The team of Lt. C. L. Betts, F. S. Paine, T. C. Andreas andR. the week with a 203 and high
L. Alford took five individual tropies'for performances in three handicap with a 211. Lcdr.
classes. Barrett of Fleet Weather net-
Top winner was team captain Lt. Betts who won the over all ted high series honors with a l
shoot with a 2495 out of a possible 2700. He took first place in 479.
the center firing competition with an 846 and finished second in The Misfits still lead the lea- TT: ,.
the 22 caliber shoot with an 848. gue with their 53-18-1 record. oY:
Andreas totaled a 2184 in the Marksman Class with a secondin The Legends dropped 31/2 gamesto ,
the 22 caliber phase and a third in the center fire firing. loose their second place pos- > ; ....
Paine scored a 2108 and Alford fired a 2064. ition to the Pin Busters. The
The 12 members of the NAS Cecil Team have their sights set Bowlerettes with one less loss
on the coming Dixie National Matches. March 4th through 7th, than the Free Loaders occupy
at the Jacksonville Police Range. Top shooters from all over the 4th place. In the cellar are the.
country will be at this event. Top Poppers.
On Feb. 20th the team will be shooting in the Orlando Pistol

Club's 2700. ,11,

Jets Still 1.- eNAS' i'I


The NAS Cecil Field intra- .they left off by toping Weapons
mural Basketball league saw lit- 54-49 last week.
tle change in'the opening of the But the Jets had to come from
second half of play. behind in the closing minutes of
The first half winners, the play for the victory. Jerry Bol- $
Jet Shop, started right where Ing led the Jets with 17 points. 5Tt Kr"
Bill Tomes and Bob King added
Spring Golf 14 and 13 points In the vic i + sj ,:,i .

tory. 4L&
Begins at NATTCThe The win left the Jets at 13-
; rJLu"i
1 for season play. ..
Naval Air technical
Training Center's ,eight golf NAS J.x IM _

teams took to the tees, greens
and fairways Tuesday and Wed- Scores
nesday afternoon and got the :
training center's Spring intra- 679th, 2--Dispensary, 0
mural Golf season off to a brisk VW-4, 51--679th, 39

start.Those teams braving the fri FICEUR, 61--Marines, 39VAP62,56F1tWeaFac 2LTiS 4

gid temperatures and frisky 51
winds included last season's
champs Support Service Team VW-4, ComFairJax, 36 -
Number Two against Marine Air FICEUR, 50--VP-5, 49 S
Detachment Team Number One, Supply, 79--FAW-11, 39 .
and Support Service Team Number "THEARBOLES"
Three opposite MAD's MFCon Weapons, 33--FAETU, 30
Tuesday. The next afternoon FltWeaFac 62CommOffMess,23NARTU

Support Service :Team Number M--Marines, 34 NOW RENTING WITH IMMEDIA OCCUPANCY
One took on Marine Air Detach-
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Aviation Electrician's Mate Blue Dispensary, 2--ComFairJax,

Team teed off against Aviation
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: .! : Whistling ''nTheRigging r HAS Drops Jax Varsity PairNAS


: Sax Navy dropped a pair
over the week end but have
::1 never been in better shape as
By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau they lost to the two top Jacksonville p pti
tit J teams, Delta Drugs of the
I Jax City League Friday night
Jack Frost the Navy prisoned for one for
,: gave year 83 76 and to Edward Waters
Jacksonville Sailing Club a violations.The College Saturday nigh 95 74.
S thumbs down last week end NSJC is still looking for Friday night's game saw the
for the Bi Weekly Tri Club new members. So if you like score tied a half time at 40
f series races, at the Rudder Club. sailing, come on down to the all. But in the last few minutesof
Guess someone forgot to clue club and talk it over. the game Delta Drugs finally
the weatherman in on the This coming week end Is a went ahead for the last timeto
fact that this is Florida and it's big date for the participationsin win a real close game. Lou
' just not suppose to get that cold. the Tri Club series as the Rada of VP 30 hit for 26
At the Club's monthly meet ing, NSJC will host the sail off points and Fred Kloman of the
held last Tuesday, the new for the Fall and Winter series. Hospital hit for 17.
', constitution and by laws were The top.contenders in the Rhodes Saturday night's game again
discussed. Vice Commodore Lou Bantam, Gannet ,Star and Suicide was tied at half time 38 all. ti
Caron presented his views on a classes will each race in three But Edward Waters College came
formal sailing training programto races, using the NJSC Bantams, back in the second half to
be established in the near to determine who is top dog. pull away from Jax Navy and
# future. The 'requirements for (Sea Dog that is.) See you there. never let them come close to
qualification as a boat captain, catching them. 'Kloman dumpedin CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
' eta will become a pan of the 24 points and Rada came back BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
club by laws. Formal presentation Lawyer: "What's the change with 20.4This. '
of the new constitution you want made in your will?" week sees the NAS 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601

.. and by laws be and held the training the Miserable mechanic: "I'm Jax Navy team in action at 65 IMPALA WAGON. . . . .52695
program will at leaving everything to my wife, the Sixth Naval District meet at, auto/trans. V-8
next meeting.The but only if she marries again NAS Cecil Field, with hpes of power steering, .R&H, ivory
Muschamp brothers, Tom within a year. Then I'll know going to the South Atlantic Re- over mist green, WSW, extra clean./ .
and Dick, are planning a trip somebody will be sorry I die J"! gional Tournament at Norfolk 65 MALIBU 'SPORT COUPE.$2295
r to Ft. Lauderdale in the near standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid white, red Interior .
future in their 24' the
sloop DID YOU MISS OUR WSW, still in new cor warranty.
t Anytime. They hope to voyage
from there to the Bahamas sometime 65 CORVETTE. . : . . 53795
I this.coming spring. Sounds AD ON PAGE 8 ? 327, 4-speed, WSW, AM/FM radio, solid red
like it'll be a nice trip. with white interior, 9000 actual miles.
I Ran across a dandy little book Before You Take Anyone's Deal

' : at the Navy Exchange recently, IMPALA SPORT 'SEDAN . .52795
: .t) Small Boat Sailor's Bible by auto/trans., power steering, R&H, factory air
Harvey G. Smith. For a buck Ford MotoTama Inc.G ,solid blue WSW.
t \ and some change, this book con-
; ) tains information on all aspects 65 OLDSMOBILE 88 SPORT COUPE 52995
t of owning, cruising or racing /? N CuW SPfffN'GS.FiA. V-8, auto/trans., power steering & brakes, R&H
c ? a sailboat. factory air cond., still in,new car warranty.
It is all basic material .
: designed to pretty give the beginner 65 BEL-AIR 4 DR.. . . . .52395
\ an adequate knowledge of boat s sedan, auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H,
.I" factory air, solid WSW. '
, handling, seamanship, racing green, _
techniques and rules, insurance '
\1 boat types, etc. 65 CHEVELLE 2 DR.. . . .' .57895
J An invitation has been received .. :.: standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, solid. white,.
1 )It by the NJSC to compete with red"'interior/ 9,000 miles/ still in new car war
; t the Florida State University'at tJi;! .it.I ; '
J Tallahassee. We will sail in their ::t!.: ,; 1 ranty.. 1 /. .. ?."'

boats Flying Dutchmen,Juniors. 64 FIAT 4 DOOR'SEDAH.$895all :
. It is hoped that we will be able leather interior, 4 speed trans., R&H, solid
. i to return the invitation and race : white with red interior, WSW.
with them here at Navy J ax.
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64 /IMPALA ''SUPER 'SPORT' .
COUPE. $2295
: Club members who like to participate :
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I should call or contact auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, factory
Lou Caron. : air cond.,. beige & gold, WSW, like new.
:
-_ you DID know YOU that KNOW boats DEPT operatingon : Did :_ .i.i* 64 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR . . 57595

the St. John's River come 4-dr. sedan, V-8, power steering, R&H, auto/
under the Inland Rules of the tr ns., dark blue, WSW.
Road. The Inland Rules
all points upstream from applyat the 63 FAIRLANE./ . . . . 57195

extreme eastern end of the jetties ...,: 2-door, auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid
at the river mouth. If you '' green, WSW.
are not familiar with the
provisions of the Inland Rules of 63 FORD XL500 CONVERT/BLE. . 57595

I the Roads,a copy will be available auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, solid*
at the clubhouse for your gold, black top, WSW, extra, extra sharp.
edification. The U. S. Coast
,: Guard, which is responsible for 63 BUICK RIVERIA COUPE.$2495
I the enforcement of these rules, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, full power, factory air
is empowered to arrest you If _:: r :solid// / white, red Interior, WSW.
. you violate them. You could be ?
!tw".,.', fined up to $2000.00 and/or im- 62 MOfVZA COUPE.. . ... II .5995
auto/trans., R&H, solid maroon, black interior
esis.. WSW.

OUR 61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$1095 ;

auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid white,. blue interior .:.
WSW, extra, extra sharp. : .
CHECKING ACCOUNTS ARE FOR ;,:

.i 64 FORD WAGON. . /.:. : .$1795.
MODEST-INCOME EARNERS TOOOur ., R&H, air cond.' 2 tone paint, WSW.

RENTALS 62 RAMBLER WAGON .. ; . 57095
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, .. ing account service too. You enjoy all the solid turquoise, WSW, extra, extra clean. '

convenience and. safety of regular checking 60 VOLKSWAGEN BUS. . . 5895
rr$1: PER account service but no minimum balance 3 seats, 4-speed trans., R&H, 2 tone paint.
DAY AU NIW Is required (And your canceled checks auto
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