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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1966
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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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 official expression of any
'military department.. The appearance of advertisements in,this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 24 NO. 32 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .NOVEMBER, 1966





[ ": NEWS IN- BRIEF I Plained Degree Prog.






I' JUST A REMINDERAs For EnlistedThe


Navy may be well on its '

a reminder to the contributors to the lax Air News the way to becoming the first branchof
schedule for Copy deadline Is again brought to your attention.. the service to offer enlisted
All columns ( Chaplain's Message, Wives Club News, etc.) must .a }personnel the opportunity to earna
be in to the JAN office by noon on Friday proceeding the week of I S college degree as outlinedin
publication -- this includes all features of a timeless nature a recent issue of "Navy
safety articles etc. All other news including photos must be in Times".
the office by noon on the following Monday. The
.r1 new program is now in
News items which crop up at the last minute will be consideredfor the planning stages and if put ,
publication as late as Tuesday noon, but the Editor reserves into full operation} It will give
the of the decision the worth of these ,, 1
right making concerning articles. l t', a large number of enlisted per-
The Sax Air News has only a limited amount of space in which to ," 1 sonnel the opportunity for higher -
publish news items therefore the decision will be completely up >'hI>I education.As .
to the Editor to determine whether or not an article contains information "-
of a sufficiently newsworthy and generally interestingnature CAPT. M. J. 'STACK' HAS CO, presents plaques of mementoto stated in the"Navy Times'" {I I

to warrant publication.All RAdm, Gcnklchl Hamaguchl and Capt. Masaru Sakamoto "Though the exact procedures
questions and/or "news tips" may be called'in to Ext. 8161or have not yet been worked out,
visit HAS JAX last week ,of orientationtour
8162. during a to as part an the Idea Is to offer enlisted,
of Naval/ Activities. various decisive points intheir
careers educational and training n
RAdm opportunities leading to an i,
Gallery
NAS Jax HostsJapanese associates degree." I

When the
operation is put into i

.While paying an informal visit to NAS Jax last week, the author of effect, the Navy hopes to main-
four books RAdm. D. V. Gallery (USN Ret.) was on hand at the 2 Officers tain a higher reenlistment percentage -
Navy Exchange autograph copies of,his newest book "Now Hear by offering" them I a
This. RAdm, .Gallery, who isknown, as the commander of the At, chance to get an advanced education -
lanticFleet' hunter, :- Jailer task group which boarded'and captured 'by staying in the service.
'
,As, of extensive 21 of Defense ,
day orientation
an -
-- part" tour SupAWdestiiri'NaviJlActlvltIcs
$- 1teGel'"Man submarine:U .;Cape Blanco,:AfrlcaSnJune*' ? +-cfithUnited "States RADM Genkichi,* ? ,Authorities....aa J'f eplansting....loa
1944;';* '"i i3 also ,the, author, 'of' numberous and has been ;
,articles. Hafnaguchi* cf1he Maritime Staff Office, Japanese. : Defense Agency work along with junior college
'
known as,a Writer since 1945.
: officials, by offering credit for
and Capt. Masaru :Sakamoto of the:.Tapa Maritime Self Defense.
knowledge and skills maintained -
Force visited NASJax on Octobf "
2? crx* 28. through ''attendance of ser-
vice schools.
JAXMARINES The visit was made on the
invitation of the Chief of Nav- VOTERS DAY Should this plan be put into
: al Operations to acquaint Adm. effect according to the outline -
Hamaguchi and Capt. Sakamoto a man attending a service
The Jacksonville Marines will join the Marine Corps thrughout with supply operations in the U.S. General Elections are being school will not only be preparing
the Nationa November 10, In observance of the 191st Anniversaryof Navy. held November 8, 1966 in! all himself for higher rating,but also
the Corps. During their visit to lax the states and territories to elect gaining credit toward an associate -
The lax Marines will begin their celebration with the Marine gentlemen met with Adm. H. H. candidates for Federal, state and degree.A .
students at the NATTC schools having a cake cutting ceremonyat Caldwell. COMFAIRJAX and local offices. "pilot program" is
King Hall beginning at 5' p.m. Lt Col. J. W. Sullivan. CO of Capt. M. J. Stack NAS CO. Will you be one of those who In effect with 75 men attending now
Marine Aviation Det., and Cdr.V.: J. Mahoney CHC.will participate In addition they toured the vote or will you be the one who Junior colleges in California and
in the ceremonies. The Aviation Det. volunteer drill team and a Overhaul and Repair Dept.,where does not care to, protect the Massachusetts. Should this part
Drum and Bugle Corps, composed of local Marines will also
par- they were briefed on supply op- great heritage that we have as of the program prove successful
ticipate. After the ceremonies, the NATTC Marines will have a eatlons of NAS Sax followed
bya free Americans. Don't wait I it, is planned to triple the input
steak dinner at the mess hall. tour of the Data
Processing Check your state's voting ,next year.
Later in the evening Marine Corps officers will launch their Dept., and other station facili- requirements.For .
anniversary'' celebration at the NAS Officers' ,Club. A cake cutting Information The Idea of, the "pilot program" -
ceremony is scheduled for the officers at 9:30 p.m. ties.The the voting Officer con-Ext. is to be sure the major
tact Voting at
The Jax Marine NCO's will hold their anniversary ball at the visiting dignitaries were plan will be successful before a
618/8556 the Educa-
of NAS or stop by
National Guard Armory, located at State and Market Sts., in Jack given a complete tour tion Office Bldg. 955. big investment. made.
JAX which also included a lob-
sonville. Their cake cutting ceremonies. are scheduled to begin at ster dinner at the BluejacketsInn. "To the enlisteds, the import I

9 p.m. Following the tour, they IS EVERBOBY HAPPY ? ant part of the program will be
The Acey Ducey Club will be the setting for the anniversary enjoyed the facilities of the NAS the accrediting of service -
activities for the Marine corporals and sergeants. Cocktail houris golf course. In case you find mistakes in gained education toward an associate -
scheduled to begin at' 6:30 p.m., followed by a cake cutting this paper please remember that degree"The Navy Tmcs
ceremonies at 8 p.m. On Friday Adm. Genkichi they were put there for a pur- said, "This will give thousandsof
and Capt. Sakamoto escorted by purpose. We try to get something Class A and B school graduates
Cdr. A. A. Giordano Naval in the paper for everyone a leg up the educatonal ladder
Supply Systems Commamd. and and some people are always look- which none of their counterparts
Lt. G. E. Fox, Sax Supply Dept., ing for mistakes. in the other service yet' have."
visited the Air Force Eastern I

Test Range at Cape Kennedy..

While at the Cape, they were
.W briefed on the U. S. space pro-

gram along with a visit to the
Vehicle Assembly Building. the What's InsideCrossword
world's largest building where
moon rockets are assembled
They visited the launch sites
for the Saturn Centaur and Gem- Puzzle . . . . .Page 2
Ini launch vehicles and the Atlas
Mace Minuteman, Thor and "Counting Days". . . .. . e .Page 2

Polaris missiles.In .
Jax Marines. . '.'. .. . .Ie,.;... ',' .Page 4
addition the tour includeda 1

stop in Washington and a visit Civil Service Nows. . .' . . Page! 5
with the Chief of Naval Operations -

the Chief of Navy Material Soiling/ Club '. : ". . . . Page 68,7
Commander Naval Supply '
Systems Command and Defense Entertainment. .- . . . . .'. Page 9

Supply Agency Headquarters.A .
'fl Classified/ Ads . . . . . .Page 9
CAPT. M. J. STACK shows architect's drawing/ for CanJ.lellght visit to the Naval Academy
new Annapolis, Md., and other Naval Sports Page. . .. . . . Page 70 72PKKY
Club for HAS. (See next weeks JAX AIR NEWS for further Supply Activities were planned

details.) for the visitors for this week.



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.EDITORIALCounting '
CROSSWORD. PUZZLE A-w" ".vU"i. Petite

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Days .1 ACROSS 3-Hypothetlcal 2-Apportkm .t O f \f 'it d II 9 rS
1-Aroma force I! V 2 9 Q iii ,
ROMAN CATHOLIC .At a distance 4-Things, in .law J g 1./ .Q S
By Ed Sowa 9-School of 5-HawaiIan M !t III U s. 9 \f .1 3
.whales greeting it-fl, :0 3 ... y 1 n W
12 Be borne
Why Is It that many people In the'service constantly are 'counting St. Edward's Chapeland 13-CNniS fruit 6-Usl act 3 10 N a Q S 10 8 9 r
how many days they have left before they get out? Why Is it that 14-Baam 7-Part of :I I S 1 i :1 S W W I 1
Conjunction 'no be" J. b J.. r s 1 W 9 v i S
four what he would like'
when you ask a typical year man most, Naval Hospital
16PromptlCommUftlst W1i .
S W 0 W Pi
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he invariably says, "A discharge.I"? Why is there such a negative I'-'emal.d"' 9-Massive i 0 Q. NOS. S Y
attitude toward military life? SUNDAY MASSES 20-Symbol thallium for 10-Cooled lava11Pronoun ,. r ti 3 W 11 tar Z.
There is however, another question which is constantly asked Hospital -- -. '-'i 0630 22-Pretense 'II V 19 .b W s W 2f 0 0 0
yet there never appears to be an answer -- or at least if an an- St. Edward's 24-Openincs 17.Bone 3,
swer is given it is delivered with a great degree of hesitation.The Chapel - 0900 & 1100. 27-Boast 19.Kin*of Bashan 30-Rsh sauce 53-Babylontan
29-Appellation of 21-Young sheep 33-Pierce deity!
question that is referred to is this: "What do you want from Athena 23-Pinochle term 35-Cut 56-Cveryone
DAILY MASSES 38.StalkKnock!
the service? 31-Makelace 25-Special
It seems that the root of 'question lies in what may be termedas St. Edward's: 32-Kind of bean 26-Metal I (pi.) 4O-tg 43.Puu'-shaped'. 6OSkillpi Exclamation
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morale. Some hold the theory that "if you keep them so busy Monday thru Friday 1130 3.' measure 27-Holds 46-1. ,. 62-Earth goddess
Saturday - - 0900 responsible 48 For 64-Diphthong
they don't have time to complain" -- but this is rot necessarilytrue.

Regardless of how busy a man is, he nonetheless finds a Naval Hospital: 36-Noteofsca few moments somewhere to wonder about what he is doing or Friday - - 1205 37-Headsof abbeys I 1 J 4 { J 6 1 8 9 10 I 11 I
where he is or is going. Thus, "keeping'them busy is hardlythe 39-Slfnlfy
answer -- plus this is a questionable way to encourage morale. CONFESSIONSSt. 41-Greek letter 12 ::;::: TT I TT
It hardly needs to be said that servicemen and women do give Edward's: 42Tardy44Urbane U 16 17 i819
up some of their independence or freedom to come and go as they Saturday --------1900 2000 >>::; ,
please when they enter the service. There is also the problemof Sunday ---------0815 0845; 47 45-Creek-Twist letter ->>= 20 21 <<;: 2T 23 74" 23 26
not being able to "quit" if they want. In essence, "they are 10151045 49-Moccaslns 5r>>
stuck here!II"Accepting! Hospital: Sunday0615 50-Oispatch 21 28 >Vc- 29 30 31

the status quo, how can the situation of morale 32.Mud 32 33 ">>>1J4 IJ me J54Smbol :
(or lack of it as the case may be) be remedied? It appears to bea CATECHISM CLASSES for
two-fold obligation namely on the part of the serive and also Chapel Annex Building 722: lutecium55Tlbetan futile Jl J8 XX/< 39 40
the of the individual. Saturday's 1000
on part 57-Wheel tooth 41 42 43 QQ2 44
Each must be willing to give to the other. The question is, S9 Note of scale
*Who must give more?" DIVINE SERVICES 61-Mature 45 46 ;.;<99. 47 48 0 : 49 :

If for a moment we might compare the service to a civilian PROTESTANTAll 2-Tibetan 65-Hebrew priest month JO 51 XXX I I ir RQos(' 34
employer we would see that there are a great many similarities. Saints Chapel 67-Pronoun ,
An employer demands that, an employee perform a certain task SUNDAY'S: Ct Conduct J: : 1: 38 39. 60
or do a certain job, and usually as ,the employer wants it done 0800 -- --Holy Communion 694aucy :
61 f 2 J 64 63N69
The service Is'not much different in this respect.On 0930 & 1100Divine Worship DOWN "
the other hand the employer very seldom stifles initiativeor 61 61 .
ingenuity so also, does the service seldom hamper original SUNDAY SCHOOL 1-Anglo-Saxon! ,
ideas or methods of doing things. If it did, we would hardly have ,0930 r - -Chapel Annex money Dlstr. by United Feature Syndicate. Inc. 6A
the efficient modern organization that we have. Building 722
The element of compensation must alsp be considered. Employers -
.
Establish 'a certain salary scale and -employees agree 'WEDNESDAY'S '
S
to 'work for it. ,If a particular employee desires higher wages 1900 = - Rehearstl'
be strives toward a higher position in the firm. So also with 4 ,r t ey di iJ
,the ,service; as one advances in .rank so does the amount of the THURSDAY
,paycheck increase. 2000 Christian Science Service

The parallels are innumerable, but in the final analysis the SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
service like the employer 'does attempt to meet the individuala 0930 -' -Chapel Woments Guild k
proportional amount,: of the way. Yet with all these factors (Small Chapel)
I considered, we would be naive to say that servicepeople haveit
the same as other employees -- the factor of independency U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
I is. still lacking. What can be done? Sunday'-------- 1000
There appears to be two alternatives open. First to brood .
|and complain, continuing counting days., Secondly," there is the CICIlFllft i
[opportunity to make the best of the existing situation. The first
choice hardly merits consideration, but the second choice affords PROTESTANT
fantastic exploitation. Today- N
Examining the second alternative from a mercenary point of Choir Practice at 7 p. m.

view, there is a great deal to be gained from military life. A- Sunday- Y .: f
mong the benefits is what is commonly called experience. Ex- Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.
perience means something different to every person alive. It Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
could mean travel, acquiring new knowledge, meeting people Communion on the first Sunday
,learning new skills -- but it is always a positive value and in of the month. raL
the end everyone' is a recipient.In .
the service we may be ordered to do certain things and CATHOLIC .
go to certain places where we would normally choose the Daily- CAPT. M. J. STACK CUTS THE RIBBON for the grand open

opposite. What may appear as a burden or restriction may how- 11:20 a. m. Mass ing, of the new dining room at the Acey Ducey Club, as club

ever afraid in reality be a blessing in disguise. We should never be Sunday-8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- manager Don Anderson (left) and a group of the first guests
to try something new.
There is also the economic factor to be considered. Though fessions heard before each Mass.

service personnel are not paid the same wages as they would on.New
be if they were civilians there are certain: 'financial benefits Acey Ducey Club
they accrue which hardly need to be ennumerated. Traffic Violations
In reality, the individual does gain a great deal while serving
in ,the armed forces. If for a moment however we consider the Dining Room Opens
famous words of our late president John F. Kennedy: "Ask The following is a report of
not. what your country can do for you, but what you can do for motor vehicle accidents and traf- Tuesday October 25 markedthe 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 'b:30
your country 1" we would see that a mercenary attitude is not fic violations for the period Oct. grand opening of the new p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Monday
the only potht that should or can be considered. While in the 25 through Oct. 31. dining room of the Acey Ducey through Friday and from 5 p.m.
service we not only have the Glance to obtain the many benefits Number of Accidnets Club. Captain M. J. Stack officiated through to 9:30 p.m. on Saturdays -
mentioned (and not mentioned) but also the chance to really This Week ---------4 at the opening cere- the dining room featureshot
do something for our country. Each person in the armed forces Total Accident this year throughOctober286 monies by cutting the ribbon luncheons and from 11 a.m.
should be proud of the fact that he is serving his country, and as and being the first to enter the until 9 p.m. on Sundays. The
a result whould strive constantly to do his best. Remember not Number of Accidents throughOct. new dining room. dining room will feature hot
everyone is given the chance to serve their country in the armed 1965 - - 201 The Club is operated for the luncheons daily(except Saturday)

forces. There are many persons who wish they were qualified Total number of days since benefit of first and second class as well as full course and a la
yet for certain reasons they are rejected. Thus we do have (or last injury in a motor vehicle petty officers, their families cane meals and snacks. Thereis
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should have) a great sense of pride in ourselves in that we are accident - - -18 and friends. also a special menu for
qualified to serve. The dining room will be open children available.
Perhaps the question may never be' resolved, but the second Number of ViolationsThis ----
shall Week -- - -45
alternative always remain. The best advice that can be
given is to give the service an even chance. Regardless of the Speeding - -, -16
problems that may arise (which by the way do also arise in civilian Reckless Driving ------I AIFt MEWS
life) try to do your best In any job that you are given. It Going through Stop Sign -3
has been written long ago that "as you sow, so also shall you Other Violations - 25

reap", We all have to give a little, but in reality we usually The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian/ Enterprise Newspaper -
receive a lot. Twenty Five drivers appeared distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air

Instead of counting days left, try counting the benefits received.See before the Traffic Hearing Station, Jacksonville, Florida,. by the Holt Publishing
which number exceeds Board at the meeting held on
but all be
,the other by means honest
and objctive in your final analysis. November 1. Disposition of the Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in
cases included the following: the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

Four lost driving and parking privileges Affairs/ Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by xnoon
aboard the station for on Monday before publication. News Items are welcomed/

various periods; Nine were assigned from all sources Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8762.
ANYONE WISHING TO SUBMIT COM to complete an eight Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
MENTS REGARDING THE WEEKLY EDITORIAL hour course in remedial drivingat
IS INVITED TO SEND THEIR NATTC; Six received suspen- queries concerning such should be directed to:
LETTERS TO EDITOR JAX AIR NEWS. sions; One was given a warning; The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. "

PUBLISH ALL ATTEMPTS THESE COMMENTS WILL BE TOGETHER MADE TO Two dismissed; Eleven finedU. Jacksonville, Florida, 32270, Telephone 337 4451 4'--'

WITH!! THE EDITOR'S ANSWER. ( S. Commlsioner); and Ten
referred to commanding officersfor
VOL. '24 N0.32
"- _I possible disciplinary action. NOVEMBER 3, 7966

Sixteen men were given a total
of Thirty Four traffic points.



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This past week the "If Ya Ask Elm J. C. Melton Barracks GAME .' STAFF CORBIH FELLERS PH' ARD. HOLT

Us" reporter canvassed NAS Cecil 92 master at ,- arms "I ., (38.29)} ((4J. 26)) ((32.35)) (43. 24)) (43 24)) (37 -'16)J.
Field soliciting opinions on would like to -- Texas at Baylor Texas Texas '
Texas Saylor Texas
Texas
how to improve the base.Here area see the men of ,
few of the constructive suggest- Cecil Field U .
ions offered: ( both station + [, 2.. Florida. at Georgia Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Georgia Fla.'
DTl T. G. Cato Dental Division and squadron ,
"Even though it doesn't. personnel) put '=., ,. 3. Texas A d M at'SMU" SMU' SHU SMU SMU SMU SMU
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affect me, I' forth their best
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would' like to effort in per- 4. Harvard at Princeton Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard 'Harvard
see more sonal ap rMELTON "
liberty buses ance and habits for one month! ': '
for the men to see how much pride,ambition, S. Duke at Navy., Navy Navy Hay: "NavY' Duke Duke
,
living in the and initiative can be inspired in ,. I' '. .' .
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barracks.When this short time." 6. Minnesota at Hwester Minn Mirm. ,'N'w.jt:" "Mlnn.' 'Mtnn:' '. d/nn.,
I wasstationed
CATO
Memphis there in were more than 7. Air Force at Stanford Stan ''Stan. Std;, Air Force Stan., Stan.

two liberty buses per day and the SA D. E. Anderson Special
base there is 21 miles from Services Td like to see more B. Fla. St. at S Col. Fla. St. Fla., St. S.. C. Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St.
town." buses going

Mrs. Sharon Arnold' Station else into town or 9. Miss. St at Auburn Auburn 'Miss. St. Miss. St. Auburn Auburn Auburn
Librarian "TJie grass. should

be especially cut more a- town coming buses., 10. Colorado/ at Missouri Col. Col. Miss Miss. to'' 'Col. I

round the barracks on ---
and in see
area of the galley can't ANDERSON 5couts--- 1
EM Club.Also, '/; have eggs to NAMTD Hosts
order every morning like they
the ,base would .
look more appealing RNOLDI(1(4 I do at Jacksonville." Nine young men of Naval Avi- Accompanied by Mr. John D. .. purpose of Naval, aviation,, and
if the ation Specialty Explorer Post Burton, Jr., District Scout Executive Navy life in general. '
barracks and a few other buildIng No. 908 from NAS Jacksonville and AKC Benny G. Benison The scouts were given a first-
; had a new paint job." PHAN J. B. Cooner V visited Cecil Field recently to Assistant Advisor; the Ex- hand look at the A-4 and A-7
Remodeling inside ; tour the facilities of the Naval plorer Scouts made the tour in Training Facilities by the s
the barh h Air Maintenance Training De- order to learn more about the NAMTD-1034 instructor per-
AMEAN M. King VA 174"A racks such as- tachment. history, activities, function, and jonnel.
Shuttle bus for the sta- between
partitions -
J
lon, especial- the racksto
:.y on week divide the
snds, with renilarly .
compartment into 4

trips scheluled to- 6 4-men a number rooms.of A COONER' WESCONNETT! FURNITURE .Co.

he gate would 4
more advanced movie schedule
save a lot ofhoeleather would save a few sailors some USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERS

or many fel KING money. I have paid top pricein NEW ADDING MACHINES S ,
ows. Also, I think all enlisted town for a movie only to NEW DESKS
find a week or two later thatit
nen how should in civilian be allowed clothes, to parti-eat was going' to be shown at NEW & USED TV SETS

ailarly the evening meal and the base theater. Why can't FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse!
21 jear-old E-4s below
weekend meals.* ., package: liquor 'at' or:the :dub.2"WST buy. j 1 EAY. :CREDIT J TERMS,HRS.::;,9a.m. l- 7p.m.\ '
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SN1 Hugh Wymer Persotmel Woodward Administration : '
AA J. T. ;
Xfice "A liberty bus should Division "I think 5326 WESTCONNETTILVDAT. 103RD 771-0750 I
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be scheduled to ve should be
leave here at 10 able to wear ; :T
p.m., basically to he clothes we "
already fanttoonbase.when ,
pick up men r

and More a larger employees in town.grill laundry.the goingto coin Why WOODWARD Do you know how to say

at the EM dub WYMER should I dressup
would cut the food to do my laundry? Also, I
service time. I feel that there believe the coin laundry should instant in word?
should be a few more and pool tables least be open on Sunday, when most money one
aboard the station at
of the men have time to do their .
i couple of gnlp gnop (pronounced '
ga-nip ga-nop) or more comnonly improve washing. the Another base thing would that be would an : ,. '-' ":. ; :\::'-.1'-'' : \,** i :Jf., : :. 1,
referred to as ping "
pong indoor swimming pool after J..h.t.d"I" \ : .
tables. .
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I NARTU News & Views NATTC :


Ledr.Kenneth F. Herrington traveled over 24,000 miles to lyi
Behind The SceneBy
n l attend two weeks of active duty training at NARTU Jax, October
|r 15 through 29. .
\ He is presently living in Saigon, Vietnam and flying In a civilian Jell Fondlngsland

i capacity in the Vietnam area.'A Three NATTC Servicemen of the Month received awards In
past Executive Officer of Attack squadron 741 of the lax the NATTC Captain's Office, October 28.
Lcdr. Herrington made the journey to maintain affiliation Capt. Thomas B. Ellison presented AO1 James F. King, AEl
the Naval Air reserve for retirement purposes. Ae Ronald H. Gearls, and AE1 Ethridge E. Carr with $50 savings
Along with other U.S. pilotsIn bonds, letters of commendation, and trips to St. Augustine.
Vietnam who are membersof Pensacola, Fla., and receivedhis AO1 James F. King, an AO"B" School Instructor who Is con-
the Naval Air reserve, and "Wings" in April 1945. sidered a natural Instructor, has a manner that establishes excellent -
flying in a civilian status, he All of his advanced flight train- rapport with his. students. He conducts his classes withan
is planning! to form a composite Ing was in fighter type aircraftand air of confidence and professionalism -
Naval Air Reserve Unit to main- he served aboard the air- LCDR Kenneth F. Herringtonmilk instilling pride and contribution to the excellent per-:
tain their military training. craft carriers USS Randolph,Es- motivation by his personal formance of the drill team In
While in Vietnam, Lcdr. Her- sex, Boxer, and Kearsarge. was purchased for our example. Outside the classroom its goal of furthering good relations -
rington received training with During his active duty tour, men in Vietnam by a donation he demonstrates superior quali- with surrounding com-
the "Green Beret", and is one beginning in September 1953, from theJacksonvilieNavy ties of leadership in implementing munities and In presenting the
of the few naval officers who LCDR Herrington served for Club #86.This improvements in his courseof Navy story has been of Immeasurable -
are qualified to wear the green two years as an exchange pilot milk was purchased in instruction.In value.
with the Royal Canadian Air California and delivered by addition to his instructor Petty Officer Carr's initiative,
cap.A graduate of the Universityof Fore:. Transport Squadron 742 of duties King recently organizedthe resourcefulness, and dedication
Missouri, he entered the Navyin While with Canadian Air Forcehe NARTU Jax, to the servicemen's AO"B" Softball team and bring credit to this command and
July 1943 at Atlanta, Ga., was appointed Executive Officer hospital In DaNang. Vietnam. acted as their coach. lie was the naval service. For these
as a Naval Aviation Cadet. of Canadian Fighter Squadron Available space on the flight also "key man" .for AO"B" reasons' he was selected Serviceman -
After pre-flight training at 870 and performed with a permitted an additional 40 gallonsof School in the recent Navy Re- of the Month for September
the University of South Carolina group from this squadron in milk to be contributed by the lief Drive and achieved over 1966.Carr
Mercer University and the University aerial acrobatics throughout crewmembers and passengers of lOCCfr participation in record time.In lives with his wife and
of Georgia, Lcdr. Her- Canada. He also won the rightto the cargo flight and was distri- recognition of King's superb two children at 420 Woodside
rington attended flight trainingat wear the wings of the Royal buted to the servicemen at the qualities of leadership, his tech- Avenue in Orange Park, Florida.
NAS Memphis, Tenn., and Canadian Air Force. airfield in DaNang. Most of nical competence, and total dedication -
Originally from Tifton, Ga., the milk available In Vietnam Is to the Navy, King has been *.***..*
LCDR Herrington makes his per in powered form. selected as Serviceman of the
Jfaifa manent residence in Jacksonville Upon delivery, the Naval Air Month for July 1966. The honorman at AE"A"
ftmift )H 1 ONE DAYN3iL ? ;Fla. Reservists were overwhelmed by Petty Officer King lives at School this week was Pvt. A.
,******** the gratitude of the U.S.service- 5170 Ensign Avenue in Jackson- Victor of class 622. The honor-
; men on receiving this "touchof ville with his wife and two sons. class was class 637.
aaa Almost 40 gallons-'of fresh home" The honor man at AO"A"
Tlr I.unIT r'"no. AE1 Ronald H. Gearis is an School was A03 C.B. Thomasof
.NIn till Comfott and hU'n no'AIDI i iaasa instructor at AE"A" School. class 634. The honor class
of)'OUr theatre seat Since reporting to NATTC in was 634A.
April 1966 he has demonstrated Congratulations on your fine
a superior knowledge of his achievement I II
rate. As class advisor, Gearis
-
has created state of morale
that makes trainees very responsive -
to performanceof
proper
,\ a.. .. duty.In .
2y4ti t Mar.
civic activities Petty Officer I
Gearis is a deacon andteaches
=
i 8:30 adult Sunday School classes -
at his church. During a recent -
I STARTS NOV. 4th ] leave period he attended
Cumberland Language School at

i 'Brgnner3 Murfreesboro, Tennessee,where ,
,he received a certificate for
teaching the manual language for
1 frI the deaf. r

,I capabilities Because of, Petty his dedication Officer Geariswas and I I News ForWomen

I 5., selected Serviceman of the
.
\ f Month for August 1966. '
1 nwmsarCento Gearis, his wife and their son
live at 5147 Corsair Ave., in
il(1fDN1161$ Jacksonville. JOWC WIVES/

\ AE1 Ethridge E. Carr, an Instructor The regular meeting of the
*
wAtMiv nt-m* tt at AE"A" School, reported JOWC Board was held on octo-
to NATTC in August 1964. ber 24, at the "0" Club. Mrs.
!I STARTS NOV. 4th During this time he has demon- D.W. Kellerman precided. Mrs.
strated a vast and comprehensive R.V. Berry was thanked by the
1
1 1 knowledge of his technical board for her chairmanship of
1 THE HUE J field. He has devoted many off- the successful Roaring Twenties
1 F duty hours to ,study of instruc- Party.
STILL RIMS KB !
tional material and became a Mrs. R. L. Fitzsimmons reported -
I 1 FROM THE t qualified and highly proficient on the progress and goalsof
instructor in a short time., the Family Center. Suggestions -
BATTLE FHKMARTBUM
In January 1966, Carr voluntarily for services maybe madeto
I ", i ii accepted the duty of drillmaster Mrs. Fitzsimmons and,,Mrs.
L of the JAXON'LANCERS Kellerman.Mrs. ..
i bflbwi Drill Team. He has devoted many T.B. Ellison announced -
1 t hours to screening, selecting and the next JOWC event,which
.--------------------. training new members. Carr's will be a luncheon to be held on
December 7. at the "0". Club.
Farewells were extended to
Mrs. James H. Chapman.

MARIN WIVES/

I The Marine Wives recently
held a bake sale to make money
I for Hospital Bingo. The club
plays bingo with service men in
the hospital every other month.
I The winners receive gifts, and
refreshments are served.
The Marine Wives meet on
the first and third Monday of
.1. each month. The next regular
meeting will be November 7, at .
8 p.m., in a private room at the
I Acey Ducey dub. Anyone' interested
In joining the club, or
seeking Information may call
Mrs. Betty Jean Bock at 204-
6172.

NATTC'O'VVESThe

NATTC "O" Wives helda
board meeting at Mrs. D.L.
Cecil's home recently.
A Potluck Dinner was held
by the NATTC "0" Wives at .
the Gator Den October 22. Hostesses -
were representatives :.
tI from the medical and dental de-

partments.re ,
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Federal EmploymentReaches I L Civil Service News .1.1.OI.



New PlateauInching

-, ..Jollllllrlts Dip As Rate Hiked For

upward toward the 3 tion Agency, (FAA) were 1,770 Select
FederalInsurance
million figure, (the number of workers capitulated. Mission Sifety 70 Ends 1st Year
workers employed' in the Post- Observers estimate the ave-
World War H period) a house rage civil service pay is nearly Plan
manpower subcommittee reported $6,000 a year, (this is the last Federal employee efforts to cut quency rate.
last Thursday there are six months of fiscal 1966)). To down onthejob injuries have --One thousand fewer disabling Increased premium rates will I
now 2,758,811 civilian em- be noted is the fact the overall begun to pay oil, more than 50 injuries to Federal employees be placed in effect January II
ployees working for the federal gain of federal employees came departments and agencies recently during the first year of the pro- by 30 of the plans participating!
reported. Citing safety in the Federal Employees Health!
government.The on the heels of an economy move gram.A
figure, as of June 30th, that struck 13,093 from the achievements in a special report reduction from 2 to 26 Benefits program. The increases I
is an increase of 230,870 overa federal payroll In the last portion requested by the President, the percent in the Injury rates a- will be brought about by improved
period of one year and amountsto of the fiscal year. The agencies commended employees mong the 14 largest agencies, benefits and higher costs of hospitalization -
a 9.1 per cent jump. subcommittee noted the economy for their increased activities in employing over three-fourths of and medical care.I
Nearly half of the newly em- move saved $80 million a year' accident prevention during the the 2.5 million Federal workers. Improved benefits for mental]
ployed are working in the Defense but at the same time, did not first year of Mission Safety70.The The President said: "We are health care will be offered by
Dept where civil service open- elaborate on the overall employ- results of their accomplishments pleased with these results. But 27 of the participating plans.
ings replaced many former non- ment increase cost nor provide were cited by Vice we must press on to meet our An unlimited open season dur-|
military jobs held by servicemen. figures as to the total civilian President Hubert H. Humphrey long-range goals. Accidents still ing which eligible unenrolled em
Another subdivision showing a payroll. when he presented the annual cost the Government about $200 ployees may enroll in a plan ar
substantial gain was Health,Edu- Getting a major part of the President's Safety Awards at a million each year. plus untold enrolled employees and annul*
cation and Welfare Dept. with credit for savings were 26 of the ceremony at the U. S. Capitol.Six human,suffering." tants may change plans, optic
12,518 more on the register over government's? largest depart- agencies received recog- President Johnson spoke 'of or type of enrollment, has bee
one year ago. There was an ments and agencies. Improved nition. The Department of the suffering and production loss of scheduled for November 14-30]
additional increase of 6,199 in management practices saved an Air Force, General services Administration employees because of offthejobinjuries. Before the open season, em
the Commerce Dept. estimated $38 million in the last and the Departmentof He said: "Off-the- 'ployees and annuitants will receive -
,One major agency showing a. six months of 1966. Labor took top honors in their job ,safety programs are becoming new brochures show!
decrease was the Federal Avia- respective categories. increasingly important i and benefits and premiums for
------- Three runner-up agencies, the I expect administrators to encourage various plans.,
Departments of Agriculture and their employees to live The Civil Service Commissior
Interior and the Government safely as well as work safely." has pointed out that some annul]
I r.M Printing Office, received honor- All agencies reporting to the tants who have subscribed foj
I able mention citations. President lauded employee interest high options and who have full)
President Johnson summa- and participation in safe-. Medicare protection for them!
V rized the first full year of'Mis- ty activities. All held high hopes' selves and their spouses ma
fr I Ia sion Safety-70 efforts by disclosing for the accomplishment of the want to consider changing, tl
: Mission Safety-70 goal of ,a 30 the less expensive low optionJwhich
: --A 4.3 percent decline In percent"reduction Federal employee generally Will'supplemei'
I 'the overall Federal injury fre- Injuries by }970. ....r-Medicare adequately.

Protectlve'ShleldCovers7.1
1 Aptly H.*. l?: 'servlce workers In' gftH
Million rtlclgs concerning
Finding it more profitable to tion in' a joprnal: called "Re
l'l'i Enrollment in the Federal Employees switch rather than fight, civil Tape.*'

r i .Health Benefits.programhas
i ae grown from 1.75 million to SAVE.MONEY NOW!
2.3 million employees and annuitants .

since the program was established YOUR CAR PAINTED IN BAKED EH. MEL...39 9S e.ECONOMY
:
in July 1960. '
In addition! 'the.enrollment now DELUXE' QUALITYpNLY........4'.9L .
f
I ,,
covers,some 4.8 milllon spouses /PERE2T& SERRANO'PAINT
SUO'lOWS,.
and children, for'a total coverage
I 'ONEF MANY Robert C. Lute (left) 'of the Weapons Div., of 7.1 million persons. AND BODY SHOP Phone 777-7255_ _
\ 0 & R Dept. applies' for a student loan for a son, James, who/ Total six"year' cost of the
.' attends Belmont Abbey College In Belmont, S. C. Loan Dept. health benefits program, to the
J' j Supervisor, Y/illlom Rucker/ of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Govermnent'and employees, is
the features of estimated by the Civil Service Join America's most clubChristmas
members.(Union'explains the loan program available/ to Commission at approximately popular

$2.5 billion. Government and
employee contributions to the ,
,
various Plans are now running
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE at about $43million per month. I ir4"
All plans' participating in the '

j All Ranks All Ages program have paid out about $2.1 .-
billion in benefits during the 'I
lOW RATES first six'years. Currently,about
$41 million in benefits is being f
paid out each month.
EASY MONTHLY


r, 1 : _PAYMENTS iartaiHalHasTrivalaiiaViiHsSpihi : ; ) <


Real-life travelers and arm-'
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with the 75 year old reputationof QIluh t
INSURANCE AGENCY the Burton Holmes organization. -
This unique company has
been bringing outstanding travel
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Americans for three quarters of It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.
Rd. Call Us
2990 Mayport 249-5649 Anytime
a century, and their newest offerings All you do is open a Christmas Club account
are the'best yet.
for an amount you can most easily afford.
This year the theater program
continues with a new production: Then you save that amount each week

peat Mils Feature eeeee "Fabulous Spain,"shot last sum- and, when the club pays off next November,
G ; in Award ,
mer spain by Academy you receive Christmas Club check.: '
your
eat Pirj "SOUTHERNGENTLEMEN" Andre winning de photographer-producer: la Varre. 'Fabulous Be sure,to join you'll(.be glad you did...

:b.\ Spain" is a complete tour of
to J'6y. :
.: the country, covering all the
? usual tourist sights PLUS many
OLD TIME/ PIANO i BANJO ?
off the
PLAYING BRING THE FAMILY of the Worthwhile things B1UUVETT Wt
AND JOIN IN THE FUN beaten track of the usual pack-
BEST PIZZA YOU HAVE age tours NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE:
EVER TASTED WITH/ 21 VARIETIES "Fabulous Spain" will be presented -
TO CHOOSE FROM. at the Florida Theater, MIMVCN. riOCNAL DEPOSIT IN.U""NC& CO""O""O.'f!'
LIGHT & DARK BEER ,
Downtown Jacksonville, onTues-
.' SOFT YOUNGSTERS.CHIffPV DRINKS. FOR THE day, Nov. 8 with Mr. FREDERICC. US NAS FACILITY OFFICE
BELLINGER the
as narrator-
.. host, on stage. Two perfor- Across Fran Afaliistriita IM|., NAS
> mances will be presented each
f .
day, matinee and evening. Tick- I..klll Hurts:
y PIZZA MUD 4wAAAill ets for the show.are now on saleat
S the theater. For those .who Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM t ti1,3r00'PM
'::1 M Ye PUBUC house S miss the Jacksonville engagement Friday: 9:30 AM til .4:30 PM .

:. 4420 BtAHDWG BLVD. 771-2233 another one day only showIng -
will take place at the Matanzas Pkaia 11..sl..s".272" ar 1273w .
I .,. .. '. .
OPEN II oUt 'TIL MIDNIGHT/ Theater St..:Augustine. Friday. '
Nov. llth.



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I NARTU News & Views rx, eSM NATTC :

1 i Lodr.Kenneth F. Harrington traveled over 24,000 miles to
Behind The SceneBy
'' attend two weeks of active duty training at NARTU Jax, October
\ 15 through 29.
He is presently living In Saigon Vietnam and flying in a civilian Well/ Fondlngsland

capacity In the Vietnam area.A Three NATTC Servicemen of the Month received awards In
I past Executive Officer of Attack squadron 741 of the Jax o y k tf4, the NATTC Captain's Office, October 28.
Unit Lcdr. Herrington made the Journey to maintain affiliationwith { Capt. Thomas B. Ellison presented AO1 James F. King AE1
\ the Naval Air reserve for retirement purposes. Ronald H. Gearis, and AE1 Ethridge E. Carr with $50 savings
Along with other U.S. pilotsin bonds letters of commendation, and trips to St. Augustine.
Vietnam who are membersof Pensacola Fla., and receivedhis AO1 James F. King an AO"B" School instructor who Is con-
the Naval Air reserve and "Wings" In April 1945. sidered a natural Instructor, has a manner that establishes excellent -
flying In a civilian status he All of his advanced flight train- rapport _with his students. He conducts his classes withan
is'planning to form a composite ing was in fighter type aircraftand air of confidence and pro-
Naval Air Reserve Unit to main- he served aboard the air- LCDR Kenneth F. Herrlngton' fessionalism, instilling pride and contribution to the excellent per:
tain their military training. craft carriers USS Randolph,Es- motivation by his personal formance of the drill team In
While In Vietnam Lcdr. Her- sex, Boxer and Kearsarge. milk was purchased for our example. Outside the classroomhe Its goal of furthering good relations ,
rington received training with During his active duty tour men in Vietnam by a donation demonstrates superior qualities with surrounding com
the "Green Beret", and is one beginning In September 1953 from the Jacksonville Navy Wives of leadership In Implementing munities and In presenting the
of the few naval officers who LCDR Herrington served for Club #86.This improvements in his courseof Navy story has been of immeas-
are qualified to wear the green two years as an exchange pilot milk was purchased in instruction.In urable value.
with the Royal Canadian Air California and delivered by addition to his Instructor Petty Officer Carr's Initiative
cap.A graduate of the Universityof Force.' Transport Squadron 742 of duties King recently organizedthe resourcefulness and dedication
Missouri he entered the Navyin While with Canadian Air Forcehe NARTU Jax to the servicemen's AO"B" Softball team and bring credit to this command and
July 1943 at Atlanta Ga., was appointed Executive Of- hospital In DaNang, Vietnam. acted as their coach. He was the naval service. For these
as a Naval Aviation Cadet. ficer of Canadian Fighter Squadron Available space on the flight also "key man" for AO"B" reasons' he was selected Serviceman -
After pre-flight training at 870 and performed with a permitted an additional gallonsof School In the recent Navy Relief of the Month for September
the University of South Carolina group from this squadron In milk to be contributed by the Drive and achieved: over 1966. l
Mercer University and the Uni- aerial acrobatics throughout crewmembers and passengers of 100$ participation In record time. Carr lives with his wife and :
versity of Georgia Lcdr. Her- Canada. He also won the rightto the cargo flight and was distri- In recognition of King's superb two children at 420 Woodside '
rington attended flight trainingat wear the wings of the Royal buted to the servicemen at the qualities of leadership, his tech- Avenue In Orange Park, Florida.
NAS Memphis Tenn., and Canadian Air Force. airfield in DaNang. Most of nical competence, and total dedication ,
the milk available has been *....***
Originally from Tifton Ga., In Vietnam Is to the Navy King
LCDR Herrington makes his per- in powered form. selected as Serviceman of the'
manent residence In Jacksonville Upon delivery the Naval Air Month for July 1966. The honorman at AE"A""
f IK Ml JUt ON DAY ;; Fla.Almost. Reservists were overwhelmed by Petty Officer King lives at School this week was Pvt. A.,
.......... the gratitude of the U.S.service- 5170 Ensign Avenue in Jackson- Victor of class 622. The honor-
AYfrJHsSa.{ I. men on receiving this "touchof ville with his'wife and two sons. class was class 637.. I
40 gallons,of fresh. home" The honorman at AO"A" ;
c eutttr r noN AE1 Ronald H. Gearls Is an School was A03 C.B. Thomasof
sell In Ue comlorf end mu'rt nn Tacal Instructor at AE"A" School. class 634. The honor class
eese or
!Metre Beet Since reporting. to NATTC In was 634A.
April 1966. he has demonstrated Congratulations on your fine ,
a superior knowledge of his achievement I II : ,
rate. As class advisor Gearis .
has created a -state of morale
that makes trainees very responsive -
{ i to proper performanceof i
2'l' fAT, 4 duty.
E ulU .Z P M pI'c + In civic activities Petty Officer
rw w wr ft< Gearls is a deacon and r 1 t

830 teaches adult Sunday School classes ,
at his church. During a recent I
NOV, 4t leave period he -attended
Cumberland Language School at

,Murfreesboro Tennesseewherehe
IJBrgnnerSTARTS
received, certificate, for, 4 4I
'teaching the manual.language for
the deaf. '
Because of his dedication and :
capabilities Petty Off leer Gearls I I News For I, .
was selected Serviceman of the .
Month for August 1966. Women '
i Gearis his wife and their son :
A'b< live at 5147 Corsair Ave., In
Jacksonville.AE1 JOWCW/VES
.,, Ethridge E. Carr an Instructor The regular meeting of the
at AE"A" School reported JOWC Board was held on October -
to NATTC In August 1964. 24, at the "0" Club. Mrs.
NOV. 4th During this time he has demonstrated D.W. Kellerman precided.. Mrs. I
a vast 'and comprehensive R.V. Berry was thanked by the
i
II .""'" knowledge of his technical board for her chairmanship of I
;I r'; ; THE NIlE field. He has devoted many off- the successful Roaring Twenties' .

... .S11U. RUNS RED ; duty hours to ,study of instruc- Party,
tional material and became a Mrs. R. L. Fitzsimmons: reported !
i FROM THE i 4 qualified and highly proficient on the progress and goals :
BATTLE FORKHARTOUM Instructor in a short time. of, the Family Center. Suggestions ; I
In January 1966 'Carr voluntarily for services may be madeto
!I"4' !IhaJDbuI accepted the duty of drill- Mrs. Fitzsimmons- and: Mrs.
master of theJAXON'LANCERSDrill Kellerman.
Team. He has devoted many Mrs. 'T.B. Ellison announced -
ierwwrwrwww..rrwwrwrwr. hours to screening, selecting and the next JOWC event'whichwill ,
training new members. Carr's be :a luncheon to be held on !
i December 7, at the "0". Club. .
Farewells were extended to
Mrs. James H. Chapman. ; ..


MARIN/ WIVES/ .

The Marine Wives recently.
held a bake sale to make money : .
for Hospital Bingo. The club ,' .
plays bingo with service men In
the hospital every other month. .'
The winners receive gifts and, .
:) refreshments are s- l\'ed..
The Marine Wives meet on
H. the first and 'third Monday of
.1. TH each month. The next regular
meeting' will be November 7, at ,
8 p.m., in a private room at the .-'
Acey Ducey Chi. Anyone' In
terested In Joining the club, or -
.
seeking Information '
may call..
Mrs. Betty Jean Bock at 2C4-
6172. '' .

NATTCVW/VES .'
.
\
The NATTC "0" Wives held ?
a board meeting at Mrs. D.L. *
Cecil's home recently. :,
A Potluck Dinner was held .
by the NATTC "0" Wives at '.
the Gator Den October 22. Hostesses *

were representatives ;,
S o from the medical and dental. de-.
partments.ge'4 ,
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Federal Employment Civil
..I, I Service News .1


Reaches New PlateauInching

O..T ..JolIl.ilrits Dip As Ha* Hiked tor

upward toward the 3 tion Agency, (FAA) were 1,770 Select FederalInsurance
million figure, (the number of workers capitulated. Mission Slf." 70 Ends 1st Year
workers employed in the Post- Observers estimate the ave-
World War n period) a house rage civil service pay is nearly Plan
manpower subcommittee reported $6,000 a year, (this is the last Federal employee efforts to cut quency rate.
last Thursday there are six months of fiscal 1966)). To down ontheJob injuries have --One thousand fewer disabling Increased premium rates will
now 2,758,811 civilian em- be noted is the fact the overall begun to pay off, more than 50 injuries to Federal employees be placed in effect January 1
ployees working for the federal gain of federal employees came departments and agencies recently during the first year of the pro- by 30 of the plans participatingin
reported. Citing safety the Federal Employees .Health
government.The on the heels of an economy move gram.A
figure, as of June 30th that struck 13,093 from the achievements In a special report reduction from 2 to 26 Benefits program. The increases
is an increase of 230.870 overa federal payroll in the last portion requested by the President, the, percent in the injury rates a- will be brought about by improved
period of one year and amountsto of the fiscal year. The agencies commended employees mong the 14 largest agencies benefits and higher costs of hos-
a 9.1 per cent Jump. subcommittee noted the economy for their increased activities in employing over three-fourths of pitalization and medical care.
Nearly half of the newly em- move saved $80 million a year accident prevention during the the 2.5 million Federal workers. Improved benefits for mental
ployed are working in the Defense but at the same time, did not first, year of Mission Safety-70. The President said: "We are health care will be offered by
Dept. where civil service open- elaborate on the overall employ- The results of their accom pleased with these results. But 27 of the participating plans.
ings replaced many former non- ment increase cost nor provide plishments' were cited by Vice we must press on to meet our An unlimited open season,dur-
military Jobs held by servicemen. figures as to the total civilian President Hubert H. Humphrey long-range goals. Accidents still ing which eligible unenroUed em
Another subdivision showing a payroll. when he presented the annual cost the Government about $200 ployees may enroll in a plan a
substantial gain was Health,Education Getting a major part of the President's Safety Awards at a million each year plus untold enrolled employees and annul
and Welfare Dept. with credit for savings were 26 of the ceremony at the U. S. Capitol.Six human suffering."' tarns may change plans, opti
I 12,518 more on the register over government's? largest depart agencies received recog President Johnson spoke 'of sCheduled of enrollment, has bee<
I one year ago. There was an ments and agencies. Improved nition. The Department of the suffering and production loss of for November 14-30
additional increase of 6199 in management practices saved an Air Force, General services Administration employees because of off-the-Job Before the open season, employees
: ,. the Commerce Dept. estimated $38 million in the last and the Departmentof Injuries. He said: "OfftheJob and annuitants will re
One major agency showing a, six months of 1966. Labor took top honors in their j safety programs are becoming ceive new brochures 'show
't' decrease was the Federal Avia respective categories. increasingly important; andI benefits and, premiums' for
------..--..--- --- Three runner-up agencies, the expect administrators to en- various plans. .
Departments of Agriculture and courage their employees to live The Civil Service.Commissio
Interior, and the Government safely as well as work safely." has pointed out that some annuitants
Printing Office, received honor- All agencies reporting to the who, have subscribed fo
i able mention citations. President lauded employee interest high. options ,and who have' fu]
President Johnson summarized and participation in safe- .Medicare protection for them
the first full,year of Mission ty activities All held high hopes, selves and their spouses Tna
Safety-70 efforts l by disclosing for the accomplishment: of the want to consider changing t
. '" : Mission Safety-70 goal of .a 30 the less expensive low optionwhich
I.". --A 4.3 percent decline tn'the percent reduction Federal employee generally "'Ill'suppleme' ;
i .' overall Federal injury fre- .' injuries by J970. ,.> ?.1.Medicare; adequately.
'-

, Protective' Shield 'Aptly NflBHeil?>' rvice workers In'Britain real

Cov rs7.1 Million irtldcs concerning their
Finding it more profitable to tion InJop nal called "Re
i1' Enrollment in the Federal Employees.Health switch rather than fight, civil' Tape."

Benefits.program
has grown from 1.75 million to SAVE MONEY NOW,!
,2.3 million employees' and annuitants -
l.! ," since the program was established YOUR CAR PAINTED IN BAKED ENAMEL...39?5ECOHOMY
: in July I960.., "

(, :r." s .; ,; In'addltonf', million enrollment nowcovers ... DELUXE.9JALJ!( >HL .,,..:,, 4' ,' ,,. _,. ,f
spouses'and / EREZ' { 'SERRANO '
& 8110 103rd St.
children, for'a total coverage .
: ,' ONE OF, MANY Robert C. Luten (left/ or ,the Weapons D/v., ,of7.l million'persons. ,I PAINT AND BODY SHOP ," Phone 7717255_ .."
: ,. 0 & ,R Dept. applies for a student loan for a son, James, who Total six"year' cost of the
! .' t ;. attends Belmont Abbey College In Belmont, S. C. Loan Dept. health benefits program, to the
t f Supervisor, Y/illtam Rucker of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Government and employees, is

Union explains the features of the loan program available to Commission estimated by at the approximately Civil Service Join America's most, popular club
members.
$2.5 billion. Government and
employee contributions to the 1"f' /
,
various Plans are now running

I MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE at All about plans'participating$43million per month.in' the .

! All Ranks All program have paid out about $2.1
Ages .,
"
I billion In benefits during 'the ''\

LOW RATES first six years. Currently,about ,
I $41 million in benefits is being .
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' paid out each month.
; EASY MONTHLY


_PAYMENTS Irrtsi Hel..sTraralagaaVisitiSpslir. kr ):

Real-life travelers and arm-'
, McDOUGALL'S chair travelers are both familiar
, with the 75 year old reputationof
.AGENCY the Burton Holmes organization. -
This unique company has
been bringing outstanding travel
6479 RMStvtlt Blvd. 388-7676 pictures and narrations, to
Americans for three of It's the smart to .
quarters way prepay holiday expenses.All
Rd. Call
2990 249-5649 Us
Mayport Anytime
century, and their newest offer-
you do Is open a Christmas Club account
ings. are the best yet.
for an amount you can most easily afford.
This year the theater'program
continues with a new production: Then you save that'amount each week

eat Mrs Featurt1f:1.: e e e "Fabulous Spain,'shot last sum- and, when the club pays off next November,
\ mer ,in spain by Academy Award receive Christmas Club check.: '
you
your
eat PillC "SOUTHERNGENTLEMEN' winning photographer-producer,
Andre de la Varre., Fabulous Be ,sure to join you' (be glad you,.did.
'b.\ Spain" is a complete tour of
to J'6y. :
:
the country, covering all the
usual tourist sights PLUS many e.I3AR11TETT .
.. OLD TIME PIANO & BANJO. of the Worthwhile things off the
;. PLAYING. BRING THE FAMILY
:
AND JOIN IN THE FUN beaten track of the usual pack-
BEST PIZZA YOU HAVE age tours NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
EVER TASTED WITH 21 VA. "Fabulous Spain" will be pre-
RIETIES TO CHOOSE FROM. sented at the Florida Theater, M II M.II" rcocMAc oipoair INu It Nell CONPOHATIOMUS
.
LIGHT Downtown Jacksonville, on Tues
YOUNGSTERS.SOFT DRINKS FOR THEL day, Nov. 8 with Mr. FREDERICC. HAS FACILITY OFFICE
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BELLINGER the
as narrator-
II:' host, on stage. Two perfor- Across Fre. AtiwI"strflrtUa Kld|., MASBiiklii ,
: i mances will be presented each
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day, matinee and evening., Tickets Heats: -
for the show are now on sale '
.. SBI" srIZZArAILlli. at the theater. For those .who Monday thru Thursday: 10:00,AM ,11.3:00.'PM, ;
f (miss the Jacksonville: engagement Friday: 9:30 AM >// ,4:30 PM .>

4420 BIANDWG BLVD. 771-2233 another one day only show Y
'S.. .Ing will take place at the Matanzas, Phi. ExttisUis 272 .1273, '
OPEN II AM 'TIL MIDNIGHT fl. Theater, St. Augustine. Friday, .
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BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
Under the direction and -
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boast of one of the finest sail- of AE1 Lewis A. Car- V ,, S.S'''':.'' ., ,.'
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in June, 1956, the club at .: '
I jI won't' give pains? first owned d boats. Club members .,.". Navy Sailing. Qub participated 5-
you gas WALL TO WALL no in and has collected -
sailed theirown boats orcraft. {-J\ frequent regattas I WlQQ$ WU @$ I3@; @ m>$$1 I
We have a lot of them. !loaned. Item DY tne Rudder a large number of Trophies '
!, Club of Orange Park. and other awards.,participates ________- -. S
They're called Volkswagens And we guaranteethem The club acquired its first in a :series of tri club races
alt 100% for the repair or replacement of all major
boats in 1957 and later added
parts for 30 days or 1000, miles. Why no gas CARPET early with members of the Florida
pains. They still get that legendary VW economy. to its fleet by obtaining a Yacht club and the Rudder Club SS
Just like the new ones. number of sailboats from the of Orange Park. In addition, the S


I( FRONT ENGINE ELECTRICAL AXLE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM ASSEMBLIES REAR BRAKE AXLE SYSTEM 1/2/ PRICE SALE 1/2/ Naval state regattas in Academy.championship and numberous\ )held They the races several Florida participated and- many club experts gives other lessons maritime alike and to social beginnersand sponsors fun- YOUR CHILDREN t S


1 66 VW SEDANS & SUN ROOFS.$1595$ times. A surplus sailing whaleboat ctions. The club now boasts of L ''', S S : LA ; 4
I 65 VW SEDANS & SUN ROOFS. '. .JJ395$ We have several Hundred Square Yard Roll was purchased by the Club about sixty active members and! SI
65 KARMANN,., GHIA COUPE A/C./ .S795? ends and Remnents beautiful colors and and for several year this boat dozens of boats. Although some HOW TO SAVE

64 VW SEDAN. . . '. .. .$SJ795 ideal for was used as an excursion boat of the members own their own '
64 VW CONVERTIBLE/ . . ..JJ250$ patterns, any/ room or your comp and a pleasure craft by Boy boats, many others do not and # I 'CLI ,SS .

63 VW 'SEDAN . . '. . ..$$1095 lete home. the Scout station.and civic Until organizations it dest-of ... therefore use boats furnished by .' ORI I !7l 8R2 2, \
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/ 63 'VW SEDAN. .. . . . .$$995 100% NYLON DUPONT 501 NYLON- ACRILAN royed by hurricane r Dora was in 1964 the club. They are responsiblefor P Phoi.. fIr details. tbGchildren's ., <:':-I:.j.I\.! \'" ; ir-i ///r:/,:
the maintenance of their ,
62 KARMANN CIlIA/ COUPE. W95$ .
I t HERCULON low all of the maintenance this .
. some as as ; borrowed craft and use them e iccentsf's ;' .;"". f. I
62 VW SEDAN . . J895 large boat was performed by _____ 1 83StMIIN 'i"
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67 VW SEDAN. .' . . . $J795 members of the club on a voluntary l-- 'at no charge other than their club !: _. ) ,.
DOMESTICS/ 2.95 SO. YD. 2.95installed basis. dues. S .
Sound like fun? It :
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64 OLDS. 98 4DR $JJ895 but you can't' enjoy it Just thinking / Important. .It'/ fun to watch them I$ 0 LS CP
Fully Equipped over padding of your choice at low rates. Ihle about it. Why not give it a /learn the sayings habit. They/ get statements / S
64 MALIBU/ 2DR HIT./ .. . .$$1595/ try this weekend.CariYou. /lust /like/ the grown-ups .. and* earn S

63 BUICK ELECTRA225 4DR.' . ,$S7695 Mari"a dividends, too. ," '. -S
Hard/top/ Fully Equipped. NO DOWN PAYMENT BANK FINANCING Life insurance without extra chargeon ".
63 VALIANT/ 4DR . . . 5895$ "\ NO PAYMENTS TIL J JANUARY eligible childrens'' account S Model B. 2 ,

. . J595$ every
61 FALCON FUTURA.
Add all
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1 ALL CARPET MUST BE SOLD It up you see why Is so
59 FORD CONVERTIBLE.$650$ I fdeaORFDrwvN popular a model; 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, huge
Extra Nice, LOADED I OUR NOVEMBER 15 INVENTORY OUTBOARDS TAKE YOUR CAR Jax Afavy // screened In porch, large utility, long low sweepIng -
WITII YOU ? lines truly a fine house on a modest bud.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN 1 t Call us now for FREE estimates in your home. -, j For Fimtidtift,, BoatsMotors / get.
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Stateside (*'? (* ( utl
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INC. Trailers DYER M. BURR JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 S
CiOVCHNMCNT. \ ( CJfI'UW\' ((\ Tel. SP 'L32JJ or
JACK Tel. 384-4121 or :ElELL..A.ER.HOhdE: : :
SMITH COMPANY Sales & Service FINANCE CO/WON' / :\I'<)\ Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 .

" 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781-5511 "INTERIORS OF DISTINCTION" Iwy.17 INTERNATIONAL? and SERVICE' ( [ Hours, :,Mon-Frf 9:30-4:30: : Hours: Mon-Frl". 8:30-3.00: : : : : :B1TJLDERS.: : IISTO.:
Opcn.8 to 8 Daily, Sat, 8 to 5 Closed Sundays ORANGE PARK INSURANCE COMPANY,\ ,
II You art cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience&
Phone 356.0363 211 W. 'lift STREET Phone 356-036: 244-9135' '$ 5615 Tmu(
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\L JAX MARINES b;

M/Sgt. Joel Ferguson
''I t EXT. 400 ir

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CAMP FOSTER A. Foster joins Medal of Honor \
winners Schwab McTureous 1 ,
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Camp Foster on Okinawa is \ -
Hansen and Courtney in giving 1
1 Cleveland Marine who fought on
the latest installation that
on
I Ryukyuan Island) to be named his name as a lasting memorialto 1 Okinawa with the Third Battalion
a Marine Corps facility where s1 ;
Marine I First Marines is that portion
after .a who earned the
of Marines ,
new generations trainto '
t "r1jii-' of the Army's Camp Sukiran
Medal of Honor while fighting defend the country for which ___
which recently was transferredto
;
there in World War IT.
Foster died.
Thus the late PFC William the Marine Corps. Nearby
The named for the
newly
camp Foster gave his life during the
,, night of May 2, 1945 when he

5419 KEN RD. OFF '103rd ST. PH. 771-5322 LCPL DAVID E. BRINKLEY (confer presently/ at the/ Naval gallantly threw himself upon an
Hospital /here was awarded the/ Purple/ Heart for 'wounds received enemy grenade to protect his
fellow Marines from the blast.
old's GENERATORS while in Vietnam. Family members including his mother

Helen (left)) and father Franklin (right) were on hand last week MARINE ACADEMY
dar STARTERS t ALTERNATORS when L Cpl. Brlnkley received the medal.

The Marine. Military Academyin
SIAYISFIlID will offi-
Harlingen Texas
....lIt.r RepairedOiilityfltiFilr. cially commission the first four-
DAVIS year Marine Corps Junior ROTC
Price unit on November 14. General
BUICK PONTIAC Wallace M. Greene Jr., Com-
mandant of the Marine
25 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE GMC TRUCKS will preside at the ceremoniesand Corps

GREEN COVE SPRINGShe pass the colors to Briga-
dier General John F. Dobbin
USMC (Ret.), Superintendent of
the Academy.
Jesuit High School of New Orleans -

was the first school to
activate the three-year Marine
'- Corps Junior ROTC program.
Both units came into being as
a result of recent legislation
10'A which authorized the Marine' .
Corps to establish ten Junior
( ..' ROTC units across the coun-

: ... .. try. The programs are design-
: 1
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} id offer
:: to elementary military
J'it training to male high school students -

r ,: who are interested in the
r ., "
,.,. -tt.
r io \ program.
AW ;; -
CHANGE OF DUTY
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Major General Joseph O. Butcher -
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USMC
I... O" : Senior Member of
::0. .
I. .. .: .. 'I''; ,:'" the United Nations Command
: "h...ytl ', Military Armistice 'Commission''wlll
P J : I 1 .. ; 1 ) ', .k>J Wit till W vi (II.po be assigned duringDecember
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4' ":; : f' '" f"'" 4..: as Commanding General l Marine .' ,
/ .' ':'} l ., -/ '.. Corps Base Camp LejeuneNC.He ,
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'. ... will be relieved In Korea by
Jij Army Major General Richard. C..' ..
Ciccolella.

Ir:'I Major General Ormond tf.
.. Simpson USMC Commanding
!;::< General of the Second Marine
1'. Division at Camp Lejeune, has ,
served concurrently as base
... .. ) commander since the departure
fit 'B I ,) .. of
'. ; ase. J .."- .jto'ltr -' Major General Herman J.
...,.. ... .
) 1 ... Nickerson for Vietnam.
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Major Butcher a native -
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-\H\;:: \I V'/ J"... .i .Ji; of Bloomington, Indiana and
.. ; : ., ': a graduate of Indiana University
.4 '-'- .. '..: : \ : ,: : : ; was commissioned in the Marine
I .,. : Corps In 1936. He served
: .' .. at
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,'j 10 e :' "I.."" ;' .S 't 'l,I;:iH.r '. ,. -. Camp Lejeune in 1960 as a Colonel -

:. "Ii, :'. '.. +;:. .. ..:'U', "io "' $;.'J".I' .',,," ". .:.J./ ,, : *. .' ..I'-*!:"j"'..-''#'1'.*,,."'.""':','.','ifi"; '." .'.-'...,,,.' ": -. Corps, commanding Supply Schools the there Marine at

> 4'j .; .: ;.. ,"':". .:";< : ,;. :: :;. : ;,;: that time. Other recent assign-

: v.. '.; .,.;.. ,.. .. ..>. .., (. ,,\.:- ;, t.:. t..: .:, ., j,. ; ""' '' .. !,. ments include Assistant Quar-
I. '
'. :...' ....,.. :...;. :. \ r termaster General of the Marine
:
Corps in 1961 Commanding Gen-

'; ., .: .'\ ..,.. .. ,' .. eral of the Marine Corps Supply
:{
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'I' .JI. :- 'T ("" -"I'J;;"': Center Albany Georgia in 1962-
1963 and command of the Marine
1 j Corps Supply Activity Philadelphia -
i from 1964 until his advance
.'. Ever see anyone more relaxed and trouble- went to where the seats are. He went ment in March of 1966 to Major

'u free? Maybe it's because of his two-week to United, the airline'with the world's General Military Armistice and assignment Commission.to the

,' I leave. Or perhaps he's dreaming of his largest jet fleet.

'Ii welcome home. We like to think it's Men and women in uniform, with

f' because he's enjoying the friendly skies authorized military leave or furlough

I," :; ',. 'j\ ,'.'; .. of United. papers, fly (stand-by) at 50% off regular THEHWWfiK

: Sure, the stewardess is pretty. Coach fare. (This rate also applies within /(

i .... '. '" The chow? Almost as good as Mom's! 7 days after discharge.) They can sit

j; 4.; .'...f.,.{": And that seat's soft enough to sleep in. wherever the seats are, even in First Class TERRACE

: j But, best of all, he didn't waste his when the other seats are filled. 11 San Juan

: J :'; ,: leave lounging around the airport. He So, next time you travel, put yourselfat at Niblick

: winging his way home fast because ease. Fly United. 1 ft 2 Uedrooms
yred
1 ; ..> Garden Type Apartmentswith
., -f.: Country Club
"t r.
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t '. .\ ,' < \' I:,....... '." atmosphere
...
.
1 *This sure beats maneuvers!I" Kitchens equipped with G-E
: L :/ Ranges & Refrigerators
: : V"-
J ,- Individual Air Conditioning
I rraM:: ..F information n and tickets, visit or call your ,, and Heating by G-E

r: ': ':.(.,..., ..', JAMTO office located at Bldg. 13 at Main' Gate' ofly the friendly skies f United. Drapes furnished w
... ,Tel. No. EV 1.2811. .or Base Ext. 8377..'. ,. Wall to Wall Carpeting and

:."1' w.' '. ::: ...< ', ., : Large Swimming Pool
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MoviesMOVIES Club Schedules

; ;:; {;;h,:}'st: ::f4 }w..,Mwx.w ly,yr
will be shown regu- HAS JAX Girls. Monday dance to music :?tie'r':' ri: ,: t5>; r'r:::} Y''rf:{}:

larly at the NAS Jax Theatreat "0" CLUB by LONNIE VESSEL and THE .
: Friday enjoy
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru music "THE LOOSE ENDS from 7:30 p.m. .
by MOONLIGHTERS"
11:30 features ': }:' \ } J:4'iY.Sti'NYMIYtii':; :rh'1titNNN.SSKSY'I.YNly'f:
Saturday. There will also be a until p.m. Tuesday -
Saturday Johnny Jelinek
Phil Cay and the "CHANTELS" -
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday, will bring the entertainment.
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- plus the GoGo girls Ads should be mailed
Tuesday, the foregin dish special to the Holt Publishing' Company
pital Theatre will have one week will be Portuguese food. from 7:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. 1950BI to arrive
ly feature at 7 p.m Cecil Field Wednesday is family night. Wednesday is game night commencing not latet than Tuesday for publication' the following Thurs-
at 8 also enjoy day. Ads arriving too late this deadline
will have two shows during the p.m.; for will be publishedthe
week at 5:30: and 8p.m. Matineeswill "C.P.O." CLUB pizza all the way for only $50. following week unless the publisher Is 'instructed other
be shown on weekends nt : Tonight Is Everyday from 11 a.m. till wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
2 Pizza night; 12" pizzas for $.90 1 p.m. GoGo Girls are here be received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m. Friday music for your dancing for your entertainment.
Thursday Nov. 3, 1966 enjoyment will be brought by DO NOT SEND CASH

Johnny Arnold. Saturday danceto NAS CECIL RATE: Minimum charge ((3 Hn.s). . . . .12 00
NAS: "THE COLLECTOR1 Mark Castle. Sunday enjoy O. R. F., Happy Hour, Tues- P.r additional line ((4 words per line}. . 0.50!
,with Terence Stamp and Samantha music by by"TheBuddyClark day, and Friday, 3:30 to 7 p.m.
Eggar ((119 min.) bo". Monday at 8 p.m. is the followed by dinner service from
C.P.O. Wives Club
meeting. 7 to 9 p.m. Luncheon scheduled TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS,
REAL ESTATE FREE CONSULTATION
Hour : -
HOSPITAL "PT Tuesday Happy begins at
: 109" with dally, Monday through Friday,11 .
Cliff Robertson and 4:30 p.m. Wednesday Is the Typists, Key punch operators, advice 7 days a week.
Hardin
Ty
to 1 Bar and snack
a.m.
p.m. for assignments as
for $100
((125 min.) Advisory group meeting at 9a.m temporary Homes sale, Down.
Happy Hour also beginsat bar open. you are available. TEMPORARY Equities, No Qualifying. Rent
CPO CLUB Friday, Lobster TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG.356-
C. FIELD: "WALK DON'T 4:30 p.m."ACEY als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage,
RUN" Dinner 235. Phil Cay plays. Investments. WALTER T.BOW-
with Cary Grant Saman- 0753.CHRISTMAS
tha Eggar and JimHuttonU7( min) DUCEY CLUB": Fri- Saturday N. Y. Sirloin, 10 oz. MONEY EN, Reg. Broker USN Retired.
day for special entertainment, 195. Music by the Moonlighters. Openings full or pan time. Call 384-1376 ,
Friday, Nov. 4, 1966 a group from New York Broad- Sunday features 8 oz. K. Vivian Woodward Cosmetics, NEAR SCHOOLS MOVE TODAY
way "GoGo Revue", called the C. Steak, 120. Child's Plate 3843821. Executive positions
NAS: "TREASURE OF SILVERLAKE" Gorgeous 3 bedrm, 1 1/2 bath &
Chicken 50
( ) cents. Monday
SHINDIGS will be present. Sat available.
kitchen homes.
Full
with Lex Barker and equipped
'Package Store and Galley closed.
"THE GOODGUYS"
urday will
Karin Dor'((82 min.) year warranty $91 mol includesall.
be present. Sunday, Mark Castle Tuesday,Nov. .8th.Election Day, CHOICE HOMES ?,.-. SALES Nothing down to vets. Min.
will provide the music. Tuesday closed all day. Wednesday, Veal AND RENTALS $50 to $100
HOSPITAL: "THE COLLEC- FHA down. Salesman on duty 7
game night begins at 7:30 Cutlet Dinner 55 cents. Game dwn. Immed. occ. DUKE
TOR" with Terence Stamp and p.m. Night commencing at 7:45 p.m. LOSTUMBO. BRK. 771-0374 days week. Drive out & see us
Samantha Eggar (119 min.) at Timuquana Heights, 7716200.
The Dining room luncheon spe- EM CLUB Thursday, Bingo
cial Is offered thru and special shrimp dinner for BRASSIERE CON-
C.FIELD: "THE CHASE"with Monday Fri SUMBRA SINGER TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN
day from 11 til 2 Also 50 cents. Friday, Mark Castle SULTANT Improves the
Marlon Brando and Jane Fonda a.m. p.m. average _Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
((130 min.) opened In the evenings from 5:00 provides the music Surprise bust\ 28AA 52M cup mo. old in 4 drawer walnut desk.
p.m. TIL 9:30 p.m. Saturdayand Happy Hour. Saturday, Commissary Phone 2646906. Original price $500. Balance
Saturday, Nov. 5, 1966 Sunday the Dining room is Party. Sunday features $175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384-
NAS: "SOME LIKE IT HOT" opened from 11 a.m. til 9:30 p.m. music by Phil Cay, with the"Go SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn 1312.
with Jack Lemmon,Marilyn Mon- Go" girls. Monday, Happy Hour Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
roe, Tony Curtis and Joe. E. "BLUEJACKETS INN" : To- from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sur- Military background TALO'S POODLE' SALON 771-
Brown ((120 min.) night for special entertainment prise Happy Hour. Wednesday, would be helpful. A, very rewarding 7272 Pick up .and:! delivery..
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Senta Berger ((100 min.) food special for Saturday is the and refreshments will be held ed up, customers' left area. 'We
16 T-Bone steak with are unable to locate them. You
oz. com at the' Franklin Street Baptist '
HOSPITAL: "SOME LIKE'IT plete dinner for $1.35 being served Church. At 7:30 p.m. the free' FOR SALE: 1964 VW, EXCEL can have these,machines for the
Herewith Jack Lemmon, Mari- from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. feature movie Is"JOE BUTTER- LENT Condition, One Owner,low balance of $47 each. Cash or
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\ Cecil Bowling News IM StandingsGOLF


. Monday evening Cecil Field Tuesday Early BOATS

bowling lanes were vibrating with First place Hangar #67 and BLUE LEAGUE
shouts of encouragement and ap second spot Pen pushers locked Teams Won LostAMD1
plause. The main reason for this horns in Tuesday Early action as'
being a noisier-than-usual Mon the see-saw battle continued in 3. .. -0
day evening of bowling seemedto this action-packed league. Going Marine Bks. ,. 2.5 .5 By Jim Ang'ea'
be the fact that the Malta Dos into last week's games theAMD Weapons 2 0
from Personnel were bowlingthe boys were four games ahead of Dental 1.5 '. -.5 It's that time again whenthe even though the Irish's aerial
Blackshoes from Personnel the VA-174 men, with the Black- OperationsI 1 hardwoods echo with the soundsof attack was off, due to the absence
and everyone was there to cheer shoes, six games out of first. Communications 1 .. 1 bouncing spheres and the of Jim Seymour*
their favorite Healers pounding of running feet.Footballhas
on. "Ye Old Pen Pushers led 1 2
Second ranked Michigan State
With the Blackshoes so far by Yeoman Barnes and "Lurch" Admin.. .0 3 gone into its seventh week of
its record 7 0 white-
to by
ran ,
ahead in the league standings the Burch with 526 and 516 respectively GOLD LEAGUEVA play, and the pigskin season washing Northwestern 22-0.
,
rest of the teams were giving dumped Hangar #67 four begins to wane as basketball picks '
443// 2 0 The November 19 date with Notre .
moral support to the Malta Dos. straight games to move into a tie up momentum.
AMD #2 1.5.5 Dame looms larger and larger as
"The Little
Already Baron"has
this
Evidently encouragement for the lead. Team Captain Ed
VA '174/3/ the that
could
settle the
1NAMYG'
1
game
produced the needed adrenalin Burnes had a 220 game for the begun to smooth mouth the
for the junior Personnel team Pen Pushers to help the cause. VA-4402# 1 1 unsuspecting with such state- top team in the national race.

played the role of "giant-killer" GEMD 1 1 ments as "Florida and Miss- UCLA took Air Force 38 -

and dumped the Blackshoes four The Blackshoes finally got back VA174 #1 .5 1 1.5 1 issippi State are the favoritesin 13 to boost its record to
the Southeast
straight games. on the winning trail as they ser- VA.-1742 0 2 Conference. 6-0. Don't sell the Bruins
Charlie Wythe paced the Dos ved notice on Special Services in But beware of Kentucky Col- short for national honors if the
with a 525 series, while Roy the first game, that it would bea FOOTBALL onels who belittle their own two should falter.
top
Specht ((566)), Paul Worthy ((511)) long rough night for the Recreation X. teams' chances. Kentucky was
and Glenn Archibald ((500)) led' boys. Led by Roy Specht Marines 7..0 the runner up to surprise NC- Action this week pitts Alabama
the Blackshoes.The ((216)), Jim Anglea ((215), and Bill VA-174 5 2 AA champion Texas Western last against LSU; Arkansas plays unpredictable -
Alley Gators took four Lemire ((210)), the Blackshoes VA-44 4 3 year, and they have both Pat Ril- Rice; Baylor and
from Missiles as these Weapons posted a 980 scratch total in VA-45 2 5 ey and Louie Dampier returning Texas lock horns; and Michigan
teams met. These victories their first game and then went Weapons 2 5 from that team along with Thad State plays Iowa, while Notre
enabled the Gators to on to win four in a row from the AMD 1 6 Jaracz, who was Sophomore Dame should have a breather with
move back into second spot hapless Special Services team. of the Year In the SEC Pittsburgh.The .
ahead of VC-4 line although Line The Blackshoes' victory,coupled Golf TournamentATTENTION Coach Adoph Rupp's "Wild big game in the Southeastwill
took three out of four from with #67's loss to the Pen Pushers cats" will be just as tough again be the clash between Florida
Maintenance. really makes the league all fleet and station this year, so don't let the soft and Georgia in Jacksonville'sGator
VA-64 rounded out the night's tight now. Bill Lemire finishedthe golfers. Nov. 4-20 are the talk fool you. Bowl. Both teams are
action by winning three games night with a 600 series,while dates set for the qualifying roundsto There will be a couple of teams 4 0 in the conference and this
from Med-Dental. Specht had a 599.Bob's determine your flight position around to challenge Kentucky for would be a natural for television
for match play In the NAS Cecil this year's national honors. In game of the week. However, we
Field Golf Championship Tourna- fact, two of these have the talentto won't be so fortunate.
ment. This is 36-hole medal play go all the way.
Oak Hill qualifying; 18 holes must be Texas Western's capture of the CF IntramuralB..ketbaIlL..gue
played in one round. national championship might have
The Golf Tournament is scheduled been a shocker, but it was no
Pure Service CenterOpen for play Nov. 21 through De- fluke. Coach Don Haskins' : ,
cember 18. Awards will be pre- "Miners" will be talented and
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. sented to Cecil Field champion tough' again this year. Haskins The first half of the Intramural ..
and runner-up in the champion- has a combination of two seniors Basketball League will be a single
ship flight, and to the winnersof four juniors, and four sophomores round robin, with the league
road service pick.., & ,delivery each subsequent flight. In on the team that trimmed starting November 7. If two

mechanic on dyty..American & Foreifi Cars the event of ties 'winner will Kentucky in the NCAA final 72- teams are tied for first place 1
at the end of the first second
be determined in sudden death 65, so look for the "Miners"to or
103rd & James Rd., playoff.For be very much in the national half of league play a best-of-
771-9156 Jacksonville. FU, more information,see Golf limelight again this season. three game playoff will be heldto
,I Pro Bill Stott, or call at Ext.243. UCLA. Bruins' John Wooden, determine the winner. If
who d sknow.! .what' a losing more than two teams are tied !
season is; Will be rebuildingthis for first place at the end of the
,and he has"graduates"from first or second half of league
year
( Norelco introduces H ., the best freshman team in play a single elimination play I
the country. Led by 7'1" Lew off will be held to determinethe
Alcindor the talented "Baby winner. A bestofthreegame
the playoff will be held be-
Tripleheader. Bruins" won 21 straight games
.: against junior colleges and other tween the winners of each half
frosh teams in last year's compe- of league play to determine the
tition. They even knocked off NAS Cecil Field champion. Tro-
\ last year's Bruin Varsity to phies will be presented to the
$ add frosting to the cake. team and individual championsand
UCLA should have no trouble runner-up.
dominating the AAWU and should Schedule for the first week of

e > .f.4 give Kentucky and Texas Westerna play is as follows: (Forfeit
f ... good battle for NCAA crown. time is 15 minutes after scheduled
PIGSKIN PARADE starting time. A team
Two Friday nights in a row, which forfeits two games will be
dropped from the league).
\ .' ., undefeated teams have traveled
south to meet the "off again --
*4 on again" Hurricanes of Miamiin Monday, Nov. 7
Af the Orange Bowl, and both
; ; have fallen victim 4:15 VFP-62 vsHellrazors
to a rugged
.. : .
:; ; ". 1At. VA-174
: Hurricane defense. First Geor-
........::;1$Ni f1y ;; gia and then nationally ranked 6:15 Marine Bks vs
.. ......:...": Weapons
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.,, had better not be too cocky when Operations vs
\
they take on the Miami boys later Gladiators VA-106

in the year.Speaking Tuesday, Nov. 8
And suddenly you'refinished of Florida,once again
..their uSpe a11st'" Spurrier 4:15 Med-Den-Supply vs
pulled them out of the fire to Clansmen VA-46
the Gators undefeated 6:15 Blackbirds A-45 vs
shaving 40Z faster keep ,
although it was an uphill battle Hornets VA-44.
r 7:30 AMD
against an' upset bent Auburn vs
than team. This time Steve booted Blue Blasters VA-34
ever before. a 40 yard field goal late in the Wednesday, Nov. 9

game to give Florida a 30 27 4:15 Gladiators VA-106 vs
victory before 60,000 raving fansat AMD
") Homecoming. 6:15 Weapons vs
h Powerful Notre Dame remained VFP-62

undefeated as they rolled 7:30 Blue Blasters VA34vs
'il over outclassed Navy 31-7 Blackbirds VA-45
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Cycling Provided By AMAToday Becalmed Wafers Once Threatened :',


This past Sunday, the resultsof point total, based on the percen- Murry McOuaid l-l-l
more than ever before, more servicemen and women are many months' labor on the tage of points that it was possible Jim McCrory 2-2-2
riding power driven cycles. Naval Air Station Jacksonville is no pan of the members of the Navy for him to win. This trophy Dan Labry 3-3-3
exception as evidenced by the number of cycles that reside at the Jacksonville Sailing dub cameto will remain at the club with the DAY SAILERSDan
Main Gate. fruition as the first Navy winners' names engraved on it. Lawrence 1-1-1
They are definitely "In". They are fun to ride, convenient and Day Regatta took place here. This year's winner was a NJSC Fred Collins 4-2-2
provide cheap transportation. Military competitors came from member, Lcdr. Johann Forester Charles Halbohm 3-3-3
But the following safetyhints which were extracted from the American Meridian Miss., MCAS Beaufort FICEUR, NAS.Jacksonville. BANTAMS
Motorcycle Association's booklet, should be followed bv. persons S.C., and the Pensacola Naval Sailing in a NJSC Rebel Johann George Baldwin 1-2-1
driving* or riding motorcycles. Sailing Association. Civilian took three firsts to top his class. RJ. McMillan DVS 3-3
Wear a safetyhelmet.Wear Football Toiraty sailors came from the North Results of all the races, by FLAYING JUNIOR (moth)
leathers if possible; wear pro- Florida and Georgia area and division, were as follows: Hugh Duval (moth)
tective footgear. a total of 58 sailboats madeup 1-3-1
Check all controls before,,, II Filial Stages the.colorful fleet that covered NAVY DAY REGATTA 1966 Garry Gowans 2-2-3
starting engine. After starting, the St. John's for the entire day. Fred Jensen 4-1-4
be sure to allow the engine to Honored guests included Capt. DIV./ I REBEL
warm up. The miss of a cold The COMFAIRIAX Touch and Mrs. MJ. Stack, Commanding Johann Forester l-l-l
engine could leave you in serious Football Tournament began last Officer, NAS Jacksonvillewho STAR Bob Borcik 2-2-2
Saturday with a full slate of viewed the proceedings from Dick Burroughs 1-1-3 SNIPE
trouble.Always apply the rear opening-day games.. the Moon River Queen as she Billy Arnold Jr. 4-3-1 Edwin Fendig Jr. 5-2-
brakes first then ease down gent After playing to a scoreless followed the races around the George Brown 2-2-4 Robert Burns 6-1-3
ly on the front brake. Rememberto tie In regulation time, VA 44 course. CATAMARANS Ben Venway 1.4.4Qc2
use your brakes before rounding scored the lone touchdown In The first race was a drifting James LeCain 1-1-1
a turn, not while you are in overtime to upend rival UP 30. match as the morning breezedid Charlie Johnson 2-2-2
it. ,In other games last Saturday not materialize as was ex- Jerry Myers 3-3-3
Remember to stop, you FAETU shutout COMFAIRJAX, pected. After the noon lunch THISTLES
need thinking distance and brak- 18-0. VA-174 allowed no pointsto break, during which the COM- --- ----
ing distance. At 50 miles per- cross the goal line, but scored FAERJAX Band serenaded the 1
hour; for instance, you must 22 themselves against VP-5.VA- competitors, the wind beganto
have 50 feet of thinking distancein 45 beat VP-7, 6-0, shift to a northerly direction
which to begin to apply your The double elimination tourna- and although it came in SAVEas
brakes and 125 feet of braking ment resumed Monday. In games ,puffs, provided the boats with ,
distance in which to complete played: enough motive power to ,keep ,
your stop, a total of 175 feet. FAETU 13 VA-44 6 moving throughout the race. The .
VAP-62 32 VA-45 0 third and final race was a sailor's
Pass another vehicle(cycleor VP-30 8 COMFAIRJAX 0 dream as the breeze freshenedto much as
car) only when you can see about 12 knots and provided
that the road ahead is ,clear. Tuesday's action had: ideal racing conditions.
After: passing. ,don't cut back VA-174 14 VAP-62 28 The 58 boats were split,into
too quickjy VP-30 20 VA-45 6 2 divisions, with the larger boats 15/20/30
When planning a left turn, VP-7 o VA-44 6 sailing in the middle of the river
enter the left traffic lane well : and the smaller boats, such as
in advance of the intersection. Semi-finals are scheduled today the prams. etc. sailing, .In the
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\' Intramurals Untried Fliers Inaugurate

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Cedar Hills
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NATTC Basketball Season Sat. k. 4E q.

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FootballHitieiil A yet-untried commodity the ample enough for second place
Sax Flier basketball team heads behind Hunter AFB. Overall ,
south this Saturday for an 8 p.m. they were 1512. Keeping for
i, Team Won Lost season opener against Patrick the most part within the conference -
636/1/8/9AEHA" 4 0 AFB at Cocoa Beach. the Fliers plan to do
Marine AEl 4 1ff.89 "The Fliers", says new coach the same this year except for
AEuA" ,3 2 Glen Smith "lack a height advantage an occasional contest with a city
Marine AO #1 3 2 this year." He added league team and the annual affair I: :
626 AOuA" 1. 4 that the players on the 10 man with Edward Waters College of
ff.5 AEuA" >..1 5 Flier squad are able however Jacksonville. Last year the at WILSON
AMericii' "to jump well within the capabilities 'Fliers came out on the short end i
of their vario heights." of a 95-74 score to the crosstown ::i' .
The basketballers hope to four year school.At : :; &BLANDINGPHQNISP11341
MAD #1 5 0
counter this deficit the least' will
way many two men undoubtedly -
626 AE"A'J 5 1 court squads do -- by relying be added to the squad It M1 .
630B AE"A" 3 2 more on ball control and what depending on the way the Jax $
622/3/4 AE"3 3 may later prove to be a Flier Intramural program runs. At
630 AE MFC #1' 1. 4 mentor Smith tabs his group the Flier basketball team includes -
631 AE"A" 0 6 "A fast breaking team nearlyin :
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