Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private fine. 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 not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products services advertised. ;t ,.'j"


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: Nite Classes New ProgramFor F-) i', : .. 1 ', '.{t, ; ) ,

The Technical ,High School Evening Division the Duval County '\ t
the first time In Its history : 1'
Board of Publlef
Instruction. Is planning to present a comprehensive
I schedule of courses In both business and trade. Registration for the Overhaul and Repair ""-b'f. ,n
the courses will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. dally,through January 27.Navy's Department of Jacksonville'sNaval fH j 11" :
Air 'Station Is Institutinga :
These classes are for adultsto hiring program directed toward .W1:::i'," ?: ,
: Top up-grade themselves or to gaining the'' employment of part- ,, I' os' '
learn some new trade or skill. time civilian personnel.Undertaken fk \.," \ .
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Most of
the classes will meet : !
two nights a week from 6:30 to to alleviate cur-' r !i; fI
Enlisted Man 9:30' p. m. and 7 to 10 p.m. 'rent manpower skill shortage ,: !': ', ;
These courses are offered to all the project seeks personnel with t
Another adults over 16 years of age. working experience across a wide
chapter was added to of
spectrum proficiencies. The
Naval History recently when Del- The business courses that are diversity of openings Is repre-
D. Black was named the first
being offered include Beginning sented with personnel needed "
Navy. Enlisted Advisor of the and Refresher Typing,Shorthand, from manual laborers to skilled ETSN Sandra L. Dykman broke convention by Being the first j
Bookkeeping Comptometer,Calculator electronic mechanical workers.Of Wove
Master Chief Gunner's Mate to selected for Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Honor 'j
Black thus became the highest and 10-Key Adding. noteworthy Importance are mal1" of the Month. ,\ ';
The trade courses include skills directly related to air-
ranking enlisted man in,the Navy
Brushup'cours s in Machine craft, such as Aircraft Instru-
equivalent the Army the and Sergeant Marine Majorsof Corps. Shop Small Engine (Gas), Auto ment Mechanics and Workers, Navy Wave Selected" '

Advisor, The post of Senior Enlisted Tune Mechanical- up,Drafting.Architectural, Blue Print and Metal Airframes Workers Workers Electronic, Aircraft Me- i:
was recommended last
Reading and Advanced Elec-
year by the Secretary of the chanics and Workers. Aircraft

Force.Navy's Personnel Retention Task tronics.For, Information concerningcosts Welders.Electrical Workers and Aircraft Honor 'Man' Of Mon. 1:1: ,

As Senior Enlisted Advisor location and additional Other pan time positions on
; Black is courses contact the Duval County night'shifts and Weekends Include NAS Jax officially registered Selection of the winner is based '
guidance concerning expected to enlisted provide Board of Public Instruction by openings for Machinists, Buf- another "first" last week, when upon nominations ,and the living ( F
matters for calling 388-8551 after 4 fers and Polishers, Bearing ETNSN Sandra L. ,Dykman, space inspection sheet. The 1
top Navy.Ofncids.. p.m. 'I
Black' win (fcarry.ottt.hu$ mission ;+or ,by(visiting, the :"Information 'Recondltioners f .Welders. "and 1. daughter of,Mr. and Mrs.''Roben, Habitabllity Committee' reo m- '.I':
ill-Washington" ; .T>.* where"he: office'ati29, King Street/Jacksonville Pipefitters.,*, r ** DDkyman: 'of Maustcnf, :WisL,,,..mends (the- ,winner, but the ,final'
,''''. will work directly' for* :. ] orfASEducatloialSer.: .The"Ot.'i'" t"''a1ao. ,:was':'sele .dAS.,BEQJionorman;, 'selection .Is'. made by the',commandlng : ... 1
'Vtce'miral Ad '
vices t 't. '- I c' {for;the fffletsth eP November;of ,. 'off. low. ..,.tv. ?. ? : $. iW '
Office .
Benedict J, S mmes Jr.-. ,.located. in'Building ,T ypitsoCkr; 'Stehograpiufs: the', basis "personal motivation / -" "'. T 1' :
Clef of the Bureau of Person: 955.. t- ; i{.
nel. Quality Control Specialists, attention to duty and]leadership ; .', t:
Management 'Technicians, Fiscal -' and In setting an example
NEWS IN'IRIEF Specialists, Equipment Specialists of neatness and cleanliness for WHAT'S INSIDE. "
Technicians and Pro- her shipmates to follow, which :
fessional Engineers. reflects much credit upon her
What's To Do?; Pg. .2
self and the United States Navy. +
Duration of the pan time
C.U. Nominates B.O.D.'SAt shifts will range between four
and eight hours.IndivIduals A special 72' hour liberty and What Where and When. Pg.2 ,
a citation were presented to Dyk-
wishing to apply
the annual of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Martin Time On My Hands. .Pg.2
forthcoming meeting for this work program should man by 'Capt. J. Stack ,
.. Union scheduled for Friday, January 27, three ((3 year) seats on the telephone or visit the Employment NAS commanding officer. The.., .. I
Board of Directors. and two ((1-3 year and 1-2 year) seats on the Office at NAS,Jacksonville, citation stated in part, "Your Jax :Marines. -.pg.<4"1 .
Credit Committee will be filled. Florida. area of the barracks has been J'
President Roland E. Byrd appointed a nominating committee'con' The Employment Office,Build the cleanest, most well kept pan Civil Service Hews.* P0.< 51, : t t
sisting of William L. Purcell, 0 & R,Chairman: Capt. R.D. Nauman, ing 907 ( NAS)will be open on of the barracks for the monthof -i ;,, ,
MC USN, and F. Ray Forrest., Supply, to nominate individuals for Saturdays, 7:30 a.m. through November. Your area has been The Faetul ant StOflJ'6-7'
these positions. used as a demonstration to your 'f
4:00 p.m. to give further Information -
Having received numerous applications for nominations, and concerning these posi- shipmates." NARTU News. e' .' ., ".Pa,. 8 ,
having given careful consideration, based on qualifications, the tions. Calls may be placed The Bachelor Enlisted '
committee has selected the following Individuals, whose nameswill through' 389 7711 extensions Quarters Honorman award of the Movie. Schedulet.; .. .Pg.g', .
be placed In nominations for the Board of Directors ((3 to be 405 or 526. month, is given In recognition 'Vo"t '

elected): Cdr. John A. Chapman II, Supply, Jax; Donald R. Moran, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, those who show "outstanding achievements Classified' Ads '. ., .P0.9"V, ,..
Fire Dept.; Sax; James C. Phillips, Comptr. Off., Jax; LeonardB. is an equal opportunity employ- and conducted'within "
O'Neil, Supply, Jax; Rod D. Plnney Air Oper., Jax; Clarence er. their quarters." Sports. . Pg. 10-12 ', i''

J. ,Bellovlch Comptr. Off., Jax Cecil; Leonard B. Eubanks, I.R.D., ". .,................. ..".... to'.......".. ......., '" _u__ ,
Jax. The Credit Committee nominee's ((2 to be elected) are HavenA. ?.
Morrison, Jr., 0 & R, Jax, and Thomas W. MIncey, 0 & R, Jax. :

"S avirgs Bonds Sales Up"Sales i '4rr4 :1'

of U.S. Savings Bonds last year were $4.9 billion, the 1

highest partment.annual sales In. 10 years, according to, the Treasury De t'.r I ar 1I

At the same time Series E sales In ''1966 amounted( to $4.5 I
billion the highest In 20 years. H Bond sales of $410 million I
were four percent:above 1965.
During'' December, E and 'H Bond sales represented a 12.8 percent .
Increase over the $329 million sold in the same month of ;
1965. 3
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At the close of business In December this year the cash value !
of Series E and H Bonds held by Americans set an all-time record 1
high of $50.2 billion.
Despite the fact that bond sales have increased greatly NAS JAX rw

ranks last among all naval air stations, located in the U.S., employing 1.
more than 1,000 employees.

': 0 Keg. Blood for Vietnam ,

: drawing The Blood 0 negative Donor blood Center for Vietnam.at the Naval Hospital is currently SILVER 'STAR for his meritorious action In Vietnam. Brigadier I :: t:=;t

r 0 negative blood will be drawn on the following dates: January General Donald K. Yost USMC (ret) of Orlando. Fla. presentedthe

24 and 31, February 7, 14, .20, 28, and March 7,14,21 and the 28th. medal/ on behalf of the President of the United ,States.
Blood will be drawn only in the morning hours starting at 8 a.m. Witnessing the ceremony were: Corporal Konr Jy's 'gr nJ- VALENTINES DAY
Donors should contact the donor cente: before the date they mother and grandfather, and Major R.L. Hyland CO Marine
wish to donate at Ext. 263. Barracks. 14
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Ed Sowa ,
Look in anY' barracks and you will ,see, sailors sitting on their Friday-Monday I, ,: .i .
bunks without a thing to do. When working hours are over, and liberty ROMAN CATHOLICSt. January 27-30 '"
begins, so also does the .mammoth chore of making a decision:
"to do or not to do, that Is the question.* Edward's Chapeland R/NGL/NG/ / BROS. & BARNUM CIRCUS", at the Coliseum l .
The adage, "there is always something to do" is not merelya Ticket prices: Matinee; Adults 52.50 and $1.50, ,Children-
prosaic saying, but rather it is the sad, and often avoided truth.: Naval Hospital and 57.25. Evening PerformancesiAdults and Children-.
The problem that arises is that either people are blind as to whatis 5J.75
going on, or rather that they avoid finding out what is goingon. SUNDAY MASSES $2.50 and 57.50. .
Hospital l .' - 0630(
It would be naive to, assume that everyone has equal means to St. Edward's Friday, January 27 .t I'

satisfy their tastes regarding entertainment and other things to Chapel - -'0900 & 1100 FERRANTE AND TEICHER", at the AuditorIum; ,Ticket
do. There always exist the problems of spending money and trans- $3.50 $2.50 and 57.50.Saturday ...jt
portation -- problems which always have, and probably always DAILY MASSES' .. prices: .
will beset the serviceman. It would be equally naive to assume St. Edward's: 28' :
January ey'fi
that everyone has the same tastes regarding activities in their Monday thru Friday 1130 : '
off duty hours. Thus, It is necessary to combine the existing Saturday - - 0900 .' PETER, PAUL AND MARY" at the Auditori m. Ticket

problems with the divergent. tastes and strive to formulate some Naval Hospital: prices. / : $4.50, $3.50 and $2.50. ..; ,/.V4. : ,..r" '
answer. Friday.---------- 1205 l':'/? .
Perhaps the first point that should be considered Is the base r' ,'.
itself. At NAS Jax there is always something to do. There are the CATECHISM CLASSES SPORTSThursday .
various clubs, such as the Bluejackets Inn, the Acey Ducey Club, Chapel Annex Building 722 January 26
the Officer's Club, and the soon to be constructed Candlelight Club. Saturday's 1000 :'J. "' '"
All of these facilities offer the serviceman recreation, dining, BASKETBALL", J.U. vs. Citadel at the' Collseum""T/cket. ,
and beverages at a price catered to his income., prices: Gen. Adm. 5O ,
For the enthusiast who prefers sports above other forms of re- PROTESTANTAll !1(1\.\ ;
creation there is a myraid of activities and facilities that are Saints Chapel' Tuesday, January 31 r \, ,t .'
available on base. There !is the 18 hole golf course which Includesa SUNDAY'S BASKETBALL", J.U. vs. Memphis State at the Coliseum.

clubhouse, and again will soon be featuring the new CandlelightClub. 0800 - -Holy Communion Ticket prices: Gen. Adm. 50{. .
There is a riding stable which offers rental steeds at a very 0930 & 1100Divine Worship
reasonable price. There are also many horse trails located on Tickets for all events are available at Special 'SeevICes. ; ,
the base, and if need be, liniment may be purchased at the Navy SUNDAY OOL Bldg.704, Ext. 444. *.. *,:
Exchange. There are baseball fields, football fields, handball 0930--------Chapel- AnnexBuilding .
courts, and a gym -- which provides exercise equipment, a basket- 722. '
ball court and even ping pong tables. There are also tennis courts
and swimming pools, and forthose ''who have difficulty swimming WEDNESDAY'S AE Student Wins

outdoors {: especially the pools are not open now) may satisfy 1900 -- -O1oir Rehearsal
their desires to swim at the indoor pool, located adjacent to the THURSDAY

NAS There bowling are :always alley. a few individuals'who may consider all of theabove 2000 Christian Science Service MOM ,Honor AwardSeaman

as a 'waste of: time. For such people, there is'a very unique SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
,facility the Hobby Shop, This center ,contains ''a ceramics work- 0930 Chapel Women's Guild
shop, a special crafts workshop, a carpentry shop, a television (Small Chapel)
repair shop, a 'model railroad club, a model car raceway, and a A
store which contains all the necessities for starting a hobby and U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
continuing through it. There Is also an automobile workshop, Sunday's' _0 _ 100C
where everything from a complete engine overhaul to a simplecar
washing ,may be done. CECIL HELDPROTESTANT
Despite all the facilities that are offered onbase. there are alwaysa
few Individuals who prefer to find amusement off base, as well .* Today-. .
'those who just like a "change of pace." NAS JAX is located only Choir Practice 7 ;
few miles from the heart of the of at p. m..
'a : city Jacksonville, Fla. With
((a icar t !transpo' atipnhardly; ,problem} tut' forfliosewhddotabus < ,*Sunday-',Sunday Scfhool'at: 19:30, ': : i'

:,.ROt.dePend ownl'bI' one:'.", ss rJ.wf\WIot service:, -far,r available-" +r as..4.Well. .'.as I being, ',quite:, :-'.,'... ,Cbapeiervtce-at.; ''j 1030a.m.n.
':Communion the first Sundayof
A very interesting point should be noted here.Secluded on base the month "t'''*" '"
in Building'' 704 is a very unique little office known as Special Ser-
vices. What do the people who work there do? ''They think of you, CATHOLIC
'the person interested in recreation and things to 'see and do. At Daily-

the special services gear locker everything from camping gear and 11:20 a. m. Mass
sports equipment to television sets are available to servicemen.In Sunday-
the main administrative office, schedules are available which
8 and Mass Confessions
a.m. noon -
tell of all the activities that are going on in Jacksonville. But this
heard before each Mass.
is not all. This office is also a ticket agency, which not only is able
to supply tickets for the major events coming to the city of Jackson-
ville, but also to supply servicemen with tickets ,at REDUCED
Thus: it appears, that there are a FEW things to do here at NAS I Traffic Edward J. Monkelis, good Navyman. His courtesy,
JAX. To make thesethings Interesting it requires a bit of enthusiasm .'. AE Support, has been selectedas good Judgment, and pleasant per-
incentive and initiative. It is up to each Individual to make the ViolationsThe NATTC's Serviceman of the sonality in dealing with personnel
decision; everything cannot be done for him. All the facilitiesare Month for November, 1966. of all ranks and rates are
offered to the Individual, but .he must at least go out to meet In recognition of his accom- examples that are admired by
them. Perhaps, the most disheartening aspect of this refusalto following Is a report of plishments, Monkelis received a everyone. He accomplishes
take advantage of the various service and facilities offered at motor vehicle accidents and letter of commendation, a $50 every task expediently and with
NAS JAX occurred last week, when only a handful out of thousands traffic violations for the periodof Savings Bond, and a trip to St. maximum effectiveness.
availed themselves of the January 10 January 16. Monkelis is' married and hasa
opportunity to take college courses offeredon Augustine, courtesy of the USO.
base through.the sponsorship of Jacksonville University. A great The award was made In ceremonies -. month old daughter, Lori. He
deal of time and energy was spent in setting up the program, yet Number of Accidents in the Commanding Of- and his family reside at 2718
the response was virtually nill. This Week - - -5 ficer's Office by Cdr. WJ. Downing Avenue, Jacksonville.
What else does anyone want? There Is one 'other factor that Total Accidents this year through Tutwiler In the absence of Captain -, *********
servicemen seem to desire, and this is female companionship.What January 16, - -9 Thomas B. Ellison. Three Brazilian Navymen reported .
Is the solution to this problem? Unfortunately, NAS JAX Number of Accidents through The letter of commendation aboard January 16 to
is not able to aid in this solution; this (Is entirely up to the indivi- January 1966 - - -27 stated that during the eight attend NATTC's Aviation Elec
dual. NAS JAX offers the first step, the facilities and servicesthe Total number of days since last months that Monkelis has been trician's Mate School. "
rest is left to the participant. The only, and perhaps the most injury in a motor vehicle accident assigned to AE School, "he has The men. EMI Anisio Pereria
effective way to obtain the much sought after companionship is to bea - - --3 consistently showixhimself to be Jose, EMI Pereria da SilvaArydo
gentlemen. If this Is done, success may be almost a written guar- Number of ViolationsThis an outstanding Navyman In all and EM2 Mendonca Paulo, reported -
am e., Week - - 33 respects. He displays a fine to NATTC from Lackland
Who could ask for anything more? except perhaps for the moon-- Speeding ---------5. example of military behaviorthat AFB where they took a course
and the Navy, as well as the other armed forces,,are working on a Reckless Driving - -0 Is so desirable in a really in.the English language.
solution for the fulfillment of this demand. Going through Stop Sign -2

"Time On My Hands"By peared Other Thirty Violations26 before- Nine the Traffic drivers Hear-ap- 1 =

ing Board at the Meeting heldon
Cdr. Vincent/ J. Mahony,. CHC, USN January 17. Disposition of The JAX AIR HEWS, is a Civilian Enterprise News
the cases included the following paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
,\People\ who have to punch the clock coming to and leaving from Two lost driving and parking Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
work probably learn to hate clocks and would just as soon punchits privileges aboard the. station for Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In
face, except that the clock's record can affect their income. various periods; Two were assigned the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded the Public
Most of us find that with Time on our hands we can become to complete an eight hour Affairs Office Box to
2. NAS
bored but when enjoying ourselves, find that Time flies. Time, course In remedial driving: at Jacksonville, by xnoon
then, can be a nuisance. W$ have expiration of enlistment (Time) NATTC; Sixteen were assignedto on Monday before publication. News items! are welcomed/
short-timers, two year tours, eight months deployments, duty hours, complete a six hour coursein fromjll sourcesTelephone EV 9.7711'Ext.J 8762.
working hours, and even UA for twenty minutes. We can dine and .. remedial driving at Jax Police Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and
dance, but hardly at the same Time. It takes Time to heal wounds, Academy, Three received suspensions queries concerning such should/ be directed to:
Time to get married Time to retire, and:!, as the Good Book says, ; Fifteen were given The Holt Publishing Company. 1950 Blvd. .
"There Is a Time to live, and a Time to die". If no one asks us, warnings; One dismissed, Five Jacksonville Florida t
usually we know what Time is; if asked to define it, some'of us may fined ( U. S. Commissioner' ); and 32210, Telephone 387 4451Y
not know exactly what Time is, except that mostly it is a nuisance. Eighteen referred to commanding -
Perhaps the Good Lord meant it to be this way, since the eternal officer for possible disciplinary VOL. 24 NO. 4J JANUARY 79, 1967 ;
reward which we hope awaits each of us is Eternity Arid one of action. Thirty -Nine
,tbe. synoyms in the dictionary (eternity IS.- TIMELESSNESS. Drivers lost 10ft point? -




January 19, 7967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3Sugg.stiois

I < Pay Off At Cecil field, .,.;;New Books at Library;\ +- If

Special Christmas gifts in the SKCM Joseph E. Yarborough for received a cash award of $50at By Sharon Arnold, Librarian i t.. .
form of cash awards under the submitting the best suggestion the time his suggestion to For those of you who have resolved penseful rovel about a plot to '
Incentive Awards Program went during the month of September. improve the Rotatable Pool was to read more In '67,these take over England through the ,a
to four Supply Department per Chief Yarborough had already adopted. new books are on the shelves at manipulation of electric power.
sonnel recently at NAS Cecil the NAS Cecil Field station li- The villain is a Welsh industrialist ,
Field. The occasion was the An brary. who has maneuvered himselfinto
nual Supply Department Christmas THE ZINZIN ROAD by F. a. position in which' he can
Party held on December 21. Knebel. A political thriller set throw a switch and back out all
Cmdr. D.C. Taylor, station Exe- against. an intriguing background England.
cutive Officer, was on hand to of Peace Corps volunteers in
present the checks. action in the field. A group of KOUFAX by Sanford Koufax. .
Taking home the biggest check Peace Corps Americans in Africa A straightforward reminiscenceof
was Mrs. Betty D. Little, who w take a righteous stand in Sandy Koufax' life in sports
received a cash award of $235 .d : a local issue and discover the from his childhood through his
for her Beneficial Suggestionto 6 frustrations and personal dangers rise to the top of the baseball
install alternate or dual pro- .of idealistic inoocence bucking profession. He recalls his early
grams on the keypunch and veri- cynical international politics. days in baseball and the long
fier. As a result of this sug- WHERE THE SEABREAKSITS struggle i he had to control his
gestion, machine operation in BACK by Corey Ford. This is wild pitching arm. He also
Issue Control Section of Control the story of Alaska as it was in re-creates many of the games p
Division is more efficient to the days before the guns of fur in which he participated.
the tune of an annual savingsof hunters shattered its peace. It THE FATAL IMPACT by Alan I
4680. is also the story of G.W. Steller Moorehead. The three long South
Sharing equally a cash awardof naturalist 'and ship's doctor who Pacific voyages of discovery
$65 for a joint 'suggestionto __ : accompanied Vitus Bering's Rus- made,by Captain James Cook In
semi-mechanize the Engine RHi:. 1r sian expedltiontoexploreAlaska. 1768, 1772, and 1777, provide the
Transaction Report were Mrs. ---." It relates Steller's many accom- framework for this superb nara;, j
Betty Wright and Mrs. Mary plishments in identifying and recording tive of adventure, courage, endurance -
H. Newberg. Estimated annual BENEFICIAL 'SUGGESTION AWARD chicks provide added Alaskan,wildlife and tells and high purpose, and
savings resulting from this sug- Christmas cheer/ for these Supply personnel at NAS Cecil the dramatic and tragic story of their tragic effect -- unintendedbut
gestion are 1300. Field./ (L. to R) Mrs. Betty D. Little' Mrs. Betty Wright, SK< the voyage.IT inevitable -- on the original
"Mun of the Month" went to 04 Joseph E. Yarborough. Mrs. Mary H. Hewoerg.HW WON'T GET YOU ANY. inhabitants of that uncharted re-'
i MMMtti BMM > WHERE by D. Skirrow. A sus- gion."DEPENDAIIE .
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Shoulder boards of a Lieutenant Commander are pinned on I
former LI eut enant Harold A. Fredericks/ of NAS CecllFI el d's
Weapons Department. On hand to make the promotion official
was Captain U. L. Fretwell station commanding officer; andto .

share the happy occasion/ Lt. Cmdr. Frederick's wife. <
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: JAX M/Sgt.MARINES Joel Ferguson : '4 NATTC Behind: The Scene I

EXT. 400 By /
PNCS John R. Collins, of in the Navy and nation today."
NATTCs Personnel Office, 'recently Some of the traits are high morale -
ENLISTED COMMISSIONING der must meet the following received a letter from the industriousness perser-
7 PROGRAM SET requirements: He must execute a waiver of Chief of Naval Air Training con- verance and a willingness to
Be a citizen of the United rights, If classified as a "sole gratulating him on his achieve- cooperate with others in difficult
An Enlisted Commissioning States.Be surviving son". ments at the Chief Petty Officer tasks. The recipient of this
Program has been established in of unquestionable moral i Academically a standard Academy. award is selected by the studentsand
Marine Corps Order 1040.9E. integrity and of commissioned score of 120 on a GCT 'test, or Chief Collins was commendedfor staff Instructors.. The awardis
The need for Marine officersis caliber., a score of 120 or higher computedby winning the Achievement based upon effort exhibited
urgent and continuing. This The applicant must; not have dividing the sum of the VE, Award which was formally pre- and the overall contribution, he
program is Intended to procure been convicted by a court martial AH, and PA standard test scores sented to him at graduation makes to his fellow class mates.
those Marines who can be pro- or civil authorities of an action by three is required. ceremonies of Class 66-H. Captain Thomas B. Ellison
fitably utilized in the "unres- which is equivalent to the finding The applicant must be at The letter states "the Ac- NATTCs Commanding Officer
tricted officer structure.'* It of guilty or any offense which least 20 years old and less than hievement Award is one of the added his personal congra-
is not intended as a normal out- carries the maximum penalty of 27 on the date the application is highest awards at the academy tulations to those of the Chiefof
let In the enlisted career pat- death dishonorable discharge submitted.He and signifies traits necessary Naval Air Training.
tern for individuals more suited 'or confinement in excess of one must .be a high school
for the'warrant officer and! tem- graduate or service equivalent
porary officer programs., year.He must not have previously and attain at least a twenty-five
Applicants for assignment to attended, or failed to successfully percent on each of the Compre-
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under the provisions of this or- officer training program. by the United States
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I I Civil Service News.l'. .CPI Hike Obliges Increase_ \. I'':

In Federal Annuity Payments ': .

: .
Citations Given
Cost of living increases will be keyed to the HIGHESTCPI Annuities increased by the CPI
m For FewerMishaps recorded in August, September reached in any of consecutive In August October will become
and October will put a few extra- three months that it exceeds the effective Jn January 1967 and
dollars into the pockets of retired base month. will thus be included in checks
Federal workers and sur- Therefore, since the CPI for received on February 1st. The
Five hundred Federal executives vivors now on the Civil Service October was 114.5percentor3.9 Civil .Service Commission: has
and safety technicians have Retirement rolls. In addition above the base figure of 110,2, pointed that because cost of -
been commended for attaining the there will be an "extra" for annuitants will receive increasesof living increases are granted
lowest injury frequency rate ever Federal employees who retire 3.9 percent. .: automatically, annuitants need[
recorded in government -- 7.3 before December 31 The "extra" for employeeswho not write to the Commission to
M MIlLi disabling injuries per million Annuitants' and survivors will retired by December 30 receive them.Editor's ':'
manhours worked. receive a 3.9 percent increase. (1966) is a hold over from a ( Note: See related
The record was achieved in Employees who retire by Dec- 1962 law which increased annuities article, in December 8, 1966 ed-f;
n 1965, the first full year of Mis- ember 30 of this year will get on a sliding scale from 5 per- ition.) $:,
sion Safety '-- 70. The figure a 4.9 percent hike. cent for those retiring in 1962to .
represents more than a 5 per Here is how the formula works: 1 percent to those retiring in
: d'3 cent reduction over the 1964 Civil Service Annuities will 1966.
injury rate. go upwheneverthecurrent"Con-
The goal of Safety70 is a sumer price Index" (CPI) exceeds I Ji
30 percent reduction in injuriesto that for specific "base
The 89th Congress passed,and employees in 1970. Safety month" by at least 3 percent, ? ,
the President signed into action, experts say that increased edu- and does this for three monthsin I
more than a score of laws affect- cation of Federal employees a row. The present base
ing Federal employees. This is toward potential work mishaps month is July of 1965, and the
the first in a weekly series of give hope the goal canbc reached base at that time was 110.2.In .
new.j public laws -- laws that August of last year the CPI
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the skilled artists and Training Devlcemen" attached to the .
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OF TRAINInG/ AIDS tot the .ntlr. Jax area INSTRUCTION In many courses and fields such PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE In the safe handling of nuclear weapons Is provided __
Is performed by ;the technicians" at FAETU. as code electronic theory and maintenance techniques Is pro with the us. of simulated/ weapons. --I Iv .

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in 1949. The primary purpose of FAETU Is to provide functional
t training of designated fleet personnel In electronics and electrical S
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of FAETULANT. In 1955, __ 5; -- ':1t
with where promotions are Rev.Edwin F. Mongoracry, Jr. S t-
a company ;:
; p f. FAETULANT was assigned the tI
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'I News WomenThe For I I |rNiiUiews and Views j I.

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VP-45 Enlisted Wives Club
held their monthly coffee and d
tlhl, 7 meeting Wednesday in the San 4 4t
w Marco-Room at the Blue JacketsInn.
Guests of honor were Cdr.
J.W. Townes. Jr., VP-45 CO, t .
and LCdr. Wilber, Executive Of-
ficer of VP-45 and his wife.A I

short business meeting was fc f-;
held beforehand to discuss fund
'raising box.and preparing'a hospitality : :: \ c

( :
The regular monthly
nlet' meeting
Marine Aviation Detachment is
of the J.O.W.C. board was held
presented with a Certificate of. January 16 at the home of Mrs. i
Mari"a Commendation by Lt. Col. JohnW.
Sullivan Commanding Officer Martin J. Stack. Mrs. D.W.Cellerman .
of MAD. Gaines received the certificate .{ presided. Farewells
for his outstanding duties were extended to Mrs.F.V.Violaand GEORGE 0. DREW (right) I Is sworn Into the U.S. Naval/ Reserve -
Mrs. L, ,Cohan,Jr.
in aviation' ordnance work with '
lieutenant commander completing Inter-servlce
the First. Marine Air Wing in Mrs. J.V. Josephson and Mrs.S. as a
OUTBOARDS Vietnam. Shea were welcomed as new transfer from the U.S. Air Force Reserve by CAPT Carl D.
Y representatives. Mrs.M.F.Bryant Simonsen (left), NARTU Jax Commanding Officer, January 14.
Boats-Motors- announced the next J.O.W.C.
social will be a luncheon to be George O. Drew was sworn into and two weeks each summer'at''
Trailers Buy held February 1, at the "0" the United States Naval Reserveas NARTU Jax.During .
I Club. A varied oroaram.willbe a lieutenant''commander completing the rest of the year
Sales & Service presented by the Forrest High his inter-servicetransfer LCdr Drew Is a teacher at the
School'Choir. Reservations may from the U.S. Air force Reserve Howard Drive Elementary Schoolin
WY.17 ORANGE.. Bonds be made through Mrs. Bryantand at NARTU Jax,January 141967. Miami, Fla.
Mrs. William Woodward.Mrs. ********
During his previous careecasamajor
264-9835 ..MM, RJ. Lindeman announced, LCdr Drew was attachedto NAS personnel soon to be released -
that the annual Magnolia Ball a reserve squadron at Home- from active duty have an
will be on April 29. She and stead Air Force Base in Homestead opportunity to remain in the,Navy
l WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO... Mrs. C.D. Simonsen will be cochairmen Fla. He was Training with all the benefits but without
3 for the affair. Officer and Station Traffic having to go to sea.
Officer for his squadron.Soon The Naval Air Stations and
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES B.uyys: :.' to be assigned a train- Reserve Training Units In the
<' NEW & USED TV SETS SavingsBonds l ing officer in one of NARTU's Naval Air Reserve Training
"> NEW ADDING MACHINES -I helicopter squadrons,LCdr Drew Command are seeking personnelin
; NEW DESKS will drill one weekend each month many rates for active duty as
t; a, stationkeeper in the TAR
FREIGHT SALVAGE (Training and Administration of
'EASY CREDIT TERMS' Reserves) Program at any of
HRS, 9a.m..1p.m. Come In & Browse! the 18 Naval Air Reserve Stations ,J ,
1,2 3Bedroom or Units throughout the ;

5326,WucuMtt llvd.. t 103rd 771-0750 country.The rates open for recruiting ., 't' '

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USED CAR USED CAR BETWEEN THE BASES MINUTES TO HAS & CECIL 60 Applications days in advance will be of accepted the separation -

5435 Horde Dr.W. Atl03rd 771-7780 sonnel may date.be recruited Non-rated for per-

Resident Mgr., Apt. 21 PLENTY OF PARKING TAR billets at Naval Air Re-
serve activities where, the total
TAR on-board count Is less than
the allowance. Applicants must
be willing to strike for a ratingin
which a TAR vacancy existsat
the activity where he will
w $ be assigned. Non-rated personnel -
YW CANT BEAT must have attained a '
WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK GCT Score of 50 in the Basic .
DRIVE-IN SERVICE i Battery Test series.

SAVE .,10910.00WAS FOR CONVENIENCE The minimum tour of duty for
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................................ duty Is two years.
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at the NAS Jax Theatre' '" NASJAX

will be shown regularly at 6 and -! '
8:15: p.m., Monday through Sat- "
Tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.will be the regular
urday. In addition : : :
to the
two Thursday night Beefeater's Buffet. Tomorrownight the spot light
evening shows there will be a will be on the MOONLIGHTERS, with dance music from'8 p.m.

matinee Sundays at and 2 p.m. on Saturday, to 12 a.m. Saturday, from 8:30 p.m.-to 12:30 a.m. JOHNNY. Ads should be mailed to the Hell P.ubllshlnq Company
holidays. The JELINEK will be the
star entertainer. 1950Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210. to arrive
Hospital Theatre will have one Tuesday, from 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. will be the All Wives not latet than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs.
weekly feature at 7 p.m. Bridge Duplicate, followed by ForeignOish Night at 6 p.m. The menu day. Adi arriving too (late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows this week will be a Scandinavian Dinner. the following' ,week unless the publisher is instructed other-
during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m. CPO CLUB Tonight is again Pizza Night with all pizzas at $.75 u/ise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Matinees will be shown WITH the copy for the cd.
on Tomorrow from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. dance to music provided by DICK
weekends at 2 p.m.THURSDAY. WILSON'S MODERNS. Sunday, from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. MARK DO
Jan. 19 CASTLE will be the SEND CASH
star entertainer. Monday, and
Wednesday will be the regular Happy Hour from 4:30: Tuesday p.m. to 5:30 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lints). . . . $2.00
NAS: "GIRL GETTERS"" :with p.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. .. .<).50
Jane Morrow and. Oliver Reed.
((135 min) BLUEJACKETS INN Tonight the Go Go Girls will dance to the
HORRORS": with Patrice Wy- CHANTELS will be under the lights with dance. music. Saturday, 1967 ZIG ZAG willing to work part or full-
more (107 min.) from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m., will be Go Go Sounds with THE KICKS' In Nice console. Makes button- time. Must have valid drivers
C. FIELD: "WAY WAY OUT" and from 8:30 p.m. to '12:45: a.m. the. MOON LIGHTERS, along holes, bllndhem, monograms & license, any type of mechanicalor ,
with Jerry Lewis ((109 min.) with LINDA ATTERwill be the star attractions. Sunday, the RED- fancy stitches. .$36 cash or $5 automotive experience 'wouldbe
FRIDAY, Jan. 20 COATS will again be entertainers. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS, mo. 1948 Blandlng ,Blvd. at helpful. Phone 264 4526
NAS and the ever famous Go Go Girls will return to the Club Monday San Juan .Open 9 9 & for interview.
: "KHARTOUM" : with night. Tuesday, THE STRANGERS will be the music makers, and Sunday 3881551.CREDIT .
Charleston Heston and Laurence MEL, GADEN'S LAZY RHYTHM GIRLS will be at the club Wed UNION REPOSSESSIONS ,SINGER "600" TOUCH & SEWS
Olivier ((112 min.) nesday night from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. .No bobbins to wind makes'.>,
buttonholes all kinds of
65 Mustang R &: H, V/8, 4 fancy*
with Jane Morrow
: and .'
designs. Cost Assume v!'.
HAS speed trans. Needs some repairs
Oliver Reed. ((135 min.) ---------------$1 0 15 payments of $10 each To w"

C. FIELD: "WILD ANGELS". CPO CLUB -- Friday the special will be a Lobster dinner for 65 Corsa Convertible R & H, see-call 771 8211. 'r
with Peter
((98 min.)
$2.35 and filet mignon for $1.90. Entertainment is the
provided by 4 speed ,trans:, New Tires
Bud Clark band. Saturday the is Lobster dinner for SEVERAL POSITIONS: Available >
SATURDAY, Jan. 21 special a - -,- - $1500
$2.35 and a seafood platter for $1.50. Frank Binder's band will 64 Chevy II Station WagonR in Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
NAS: "LORD LOVE A DUCK" play. Sunday fried chicken dinners are on special for 85 Wed- A/T, Power Steering, Air/ Military background
with Roddy McDowell ((112 min.) nesday is game night starting at 7:45: p.m. Cond. - - $1495 would be helpful. A very re- \
fRight I
HOSPITAL : "KHARTOUM": 64 Ford Galaxle "500" 2 DR warding career possible for the
, 'r,:. with Charleston Heston and H/T, R & H, Power steering, Man. Write to the Regional ,','"
Laurence Olivier ((112 min.) EM CLUB -- Thursday Is game night starting at 8 p.m., followed Auto/trans., Needs some workPhone Director, P. O. Box 13177;,.,
C. FIELD: "CHAMBER OF by musical entertainment provided by The Strangers. Veal cutlets e -- -' -. ,.,- -. $1195 Orlando Fla., 32809.
'"I,' HORRORS": with Patrice. Wy- will be on special for 50tf. Friday night Mark Castle entertains. NAS Jax '- Ext. 8507 APARTMENTS RENTAL $50 '4.:
'I.!.\ more and Patrick O'Neal ((107min. Sunday night Phil Cay and the Go Go girls entertain. Monday' :
I ) there will be a happy hour from 5-6 p.m. Tuesday.there Is a surprise FURNISHED APTS. FOR Down Homes, Orange Park y;a '
SUNDAY, .Jan. 22 happy hour and The Holidays entertain., Wednesday Is VA RENT -. 3941 Boone Park' Realty 264 2411. .),,

HOSPITAL: "LORD LOVE ADUCK" 106's Party. .Ave. 4 rms.. Conv. NAS 'SYMBRA BRASSIERE CON ,-,','.'..
$50mo.. 387 -' 3356: See'
: with Roddy McDowell SULTANT Improve the average :',
((112 min.) Be cceativeWrHt Mrs. Uhl at gar. apt. bust 28AA 52M cup Phone. -!f .

C. FIELD: "GIRL GET- 1964' CORVAIR -' ABOVE AV-. 264 ?: 6906 or 264. 4061. .
r{ TERS": with Jane Morrow and ';3
ERAGE condition fully equipped ORF CECIL FIELD NEEDS PART
: Oliver Reed. ((135 min.) Yw OWl W..t Ad 3 Lilts Oily $2.00MONEY $795. Call NAS Ext., 337 or Time waitressesandbartenders.' .

:: 346. Contact 8180. ,' Jjfci
Jan. 23
if' ,
,, ... ; "
.. (* rC. J _,_ r:. "' r' ,
with Charleston Heston ,and ); : ; BRAND NEW VINATOR 'Washer. Good condi' .
Laurence Olivier ((112 min.) Full size machine that buttonholes tion. Call 771 3755.. 'i| '

TUESDAY,,Jan. ,24 60 fancy'designs. Original $269 REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION
Now only $59.95 1948 Blaming ADVICE 7 days a
C. FIELD: "LORD LOVE A Blvd. at San Juan Open 9-9 week. Homes for sale,$100 Dwn. "
DUCK : with Roddy McDowell I & 3881551.PRISCILLA'S '
Sunday Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. ;:
((112 min.) 1 Homesite Lots, Acreage Invest- ;
,I -Mayco ments. WALTER 'T. BOWEN
BUY U.5. .... .:.. ,," glazes, Supplies, Greenware, Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- ,
Savings -,..,. \} Pouring, Instructon, Jenkins 1376. o"
Bonds I kilns. Located between Cecil ,' ;
and NAS Jax Phone 771,.-, 7036 :' .'
Leads To i Executive Career Li;: r
2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn- ",
.er lot fenced like Finance. ;.
r: s.Y: yard, new- "
DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr.< 771- Do uou enjoy working with peop- <;
-.s 0374'or 771'' 7874, le? Are you ambitious for: early
? success? HFC's Intensive man- ,.
+' 4a FURNISHED APT.' LAKE SHORE agement training program helps' .
Small, clean -.large yard. Conv. ,you become an executive quickly... "',
M to bus & stores' Utilities furn. Non selling Interviewing in V
4 $50 mo.389 4275 ,major part 'of the job. Age 21' .'
to 28' high school, grad., car','V:'
ZIG ZAG FOR $20 required. Straight salary with '
I SEWING MACHINE increases based performance. ,::
I Left in shop., Good condition. Advancement opportunity, security ; ;
Does everything without attach- employee benefits. Apply I ,
'ments. Yours for repair bill now at: -. .'t-- "',
$20. phone 353 1946 anytime. HOUSEHOLD 'I'
Will deliver No obligation. FINANCE

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S25 to S600 Call 282 5087. Mrs. Stella 3734 Blandlng Blvd. :;
Geyer- 3050 Beach Blvd.

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stardom Stone :began In the her mov/ti.climb Obviously to 4721 San Juan Ave. Dial 384-2314 ; FIESB( WATER tRAMMEl CATFISH AND HUSHfUPPIES .

the 21 year -- old 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 SHRIMP -OYSTERS '. CHICKEN: : '* STKAKHUDRFVS :' '''
Berlin _0 borri model Is well'" 5256 Beach Boulevard/ Dial 359.2895 .
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)" i j 4 6ND, All Nivy Raiders Split With, AFB,

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f r Slated For CF Take On Glynco NextNAS

NAS Cecil Field has been
chosen host command for
( as Cecil Field's Raiders split Beck led the rockets ,with 21
two Naval tournaments thisye.u.
last week-end when .
two games points.In
The 6ND Basketball Tourna-
they traveled to Patrick Air the second game the Raiders -
ment is set to get underway Feb.
Force Base. The Raiders lost hot
really got as theyblastedthe
6, and will run through Feb. 10.
the first game 65 to 66, but came Rockets, leading 52 to 26
About 10 teams will be repre-
back in the second game to beat at half time. The Raiders
sented in the hardwood action
for NASCecil the Rockets of Patrick AFB 74 wouldn't let the Rockets get closeto
again this year. As
to 67. them and sunk 74 pointswhilethe
this is the second year
In game number one, the Patrick Rockets managed to
in a row that this command
Raiders were leading going into get 67 points.
has been picked for 6ND play. So
the second half, 29 to 26. How- Martin led Raiders in. scoring -
for top notch action, is .
tournament to watch. ever, the Rocket hoppsters playeda with 22 points and 'Baker
tight game and managed to led the Rockets with 20.
HAS Cecil// Field's/ Ladles Golf Association elected their/ 7967 As April rolls around Cecil squeeze out an extra point to defeat The, Raiders next contest will
officers last week at a meeting held at the Cecil Golf Course. will be hosting the,1967 for All the first the Raiders. Clarkson ,led be against NAS Glynco the 27th
time Navy
Pictured here are the officers./ Putting, Mrs. James Snyder, Volleyball ever Tournament. The the Raiders with 22 points, while and 28th of January.

; President/ ; ((1 I to r) Mrs. Dove Wagner, Vice President/ ; Mrs. nets are scheduled to begin I
\t Albert Nick, Handicap// Chairman; Mrs. JerryMcBr I / Com- singing with action April 17 and GAME ONE Box Score ROCKETS TP
munlcatlon Chairman/ ; Mrs. James Shellman, Tour Chairman; will continue through April 21. RAIDERS TP Beck 21

Mrs. Robert Dudley/ Tour Communications Chairman; and/ According to Cecil Field Ath- Clarkson22 Johnson15 .
(not shown) Mrs. Steve Zwick, Secretary-Treasurer. letic Director Tom McGriff Dinkins16 Martin17 He eke- 9.,

ft: preparations for the All Navy Liooquist9' ., '
McGhee6 "
Baker- 9
clash made this
are being at "
11 Jones- 4_ Burke- '13 ",
time and it is expected to be the

i :fJ ( O: .:p mm :I OPEN best history.departments tournament With aboard the in Cecil this help station Field's'of all, GAME RAIDERSTP'TWO -Box.-m Score, ROCKETSTP- "S8'.."A':.rJ,'..'

this will be a tournament that Martin22 Baker20
Cecil will be proud to host, and Baxter16 Llndquist- .14 '
which will long be rememberedby Clarkson13 Burke12
j, all .hands stationed at Cecil Dinkins10 .,' Recke- (" 7+,
t Field. McGhee7 ,. WllliamsG

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PhyaicalFltneaa Bowling News
S5Shirts.$1.19HANDSOMELYLAUNDERED. : The "Hornets" of VA-44 rack-

ed up their 12th win in a row
Adult women Physical Fitness Last week the Supply Comp-
1. as they "stung" the VA-15"Valions" troller League
Classes will be held at the NAS Bowling begana
58 to 39, opening the 1967 Cecil Station Gym Tuesday new series of games to start
: with dry cleaning order every
ay : half Cecil of Field.intramural basketball at and Thursday. The next class out their 67 season.In .

', e.D.yServlce $ By the end of the first quarter, will 9:00 begin to Tuesday 10:00. ,Womenwjsh-Jan.24from the first half Team #1,

......e....... the 17 Hornets to 8. .built The up second anearlyleadof quarter ing to a.m.participate in this program wins the Spoilers,and 13, came losses up to with clench 43

brought the Valions within may contact the station gym at top spot in ,the first half roll- t

s 2455 Lone Avenue So. 387-4268 striking range, but the first" half 497 or 498. .ins. ,

ended 27 to 23. with, the Hornets Women will not be the equalsof Here is a wrap-up of lastweek's .. ,
on top. men until they can have a
Blanding'Blvd. action. The, Spoilers
: 1901
"* ',, '. \i ;. ,.3876888r :, It,wasn until the third quarter large bald spot on their heads walked away with High Series
'. r' Jl1., 'I,. .,'vv hat Richard Barnes Hornets began :- and still think they are hand Game, 2065 and High Individual,
1902 Old Kings Rood : 356-8815) .their full court press and some. Lion
... 783. High Individual Series, and .
.. stopped the Valions in their .
.'" ', The fourth quarter_was much High Individual Game honors went ,
tracks. After the first three
3635 St. Johns Avenue'r:: 338.9074'J to Bill Vincent with 609, 236,
...: minutes the Hornets went backto like the third as the Hornets used .
The their man to man zone and fast respectively.If
their man to man zone.
1023 Kings Street EV8-5429 Hornets sunk 14 more points while breaks to sink another 17 points. you would like to see your
the determined Valions managedto The Hornets led by Danny league in the news, all you haveto
squeeze out 6 points. The Bradley with 23 points brought do Is ,bring the facts into our
1600 Hendricks Ave. 33-5519! quarter ended, Hornets, 41, their 12th victory with a 58 tb office and we'll do the rest.
't Valions 29. 39 win over the VA-15 Valions.FRIDAY .


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Entertainment Door PrizesJ, ; WILD BILL HICKOK SAYS: .,

Refreshments Favors
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'!;}): -" Business MeetingEach -
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': .
year, in the month of January your Credit Union holds its regular annual mating:The purpose
: ; : .,' of which is to allow Credit Union officers to report to members concerning the affairs of the Credit
?;, 'Union and give members the opportunity to elect those officials whose terms are expiring. r
Each member and shareholder will carry one vote, regardless of the amount of shares held. It
is a member's right and obligation to attend this meeting express his views and vote according.
A r to his feelings. ,
r Make plans to attend now. We promise. you a fast. moving meeting,delicious refreshments! anda ;!
group of outstanding door prizes. .

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Three Flo. AAU Marks ;', 'r I

Fall In Weekend Meet ,

Kathie Ball swam to three new Dalzed in the 100 yard Back-
Florida AAUmarks:Mary Fleet, stroke rounded ou the warning
Beppy Walton, and Tommy Plattto meet.
two and Elaine Harris, Judy
Banks and the Navy Jacksonvillegirls
I I JAN. 27 30
I I If ii relay team to one eachas -
12 new senior women and age
group swim marks were set last
i V Saturday morning at the NAS, COLISEUMALL
\ Jax Indoor Swimming Pool.
For the Navy Jax Swim Team,
under coach Chuck Phillips the ALL
number of State AAU swim records -
annexed since the develop-, NEW
ment meets began In November
climbed to 13.Beginning .
y raHP the record break- S
Ing morning the Navy Jacksonville -
quartet of Mary Fleet,MaryK.
Glaraton, Ellen Smalling and
Susan Chance wiped out the old
400 yard free relay mark of
j 4:22.2: set in June, 1966, by the
St. Petersburg Recreation Divi-
sion team with their time of
4:10.9.: .
'f Following the performancesby pp "
Misses Ball and Walton and
Tommy Platt, Mlss.Fleet, of the
NAS Jax Swim Team, proceededto f '
? smash the 15 17 age group,
800 yd freestyle record set by
Donna Rivers of the Good Shep-
He bettered the'world's record In the 200 meter freestyle (1:59) In 1963. . .he was only 1't. . ard Swim Club In 1966, with her I ,
swimming experts postulated there would .be more to come......there was......much more. Almost new mark of 9:31.6. which low- r
effortlessly he ;added laurels garnered from AAU, International and Olympic competition. And whenan ered the old mark by 38.3 sec-
athlete comes home from Yale for the holidays to visit the folks he still has to practice..coaches onds. This mark will be sub-
orders. This is perhaps why Don Schollander (possibly a superhuman to the youngsters just begin- mitted for recognition as the Seniors -
ning to tread water) was Invited to the NAS indoor pool December 23rd. He-gave brief demonstrationsof Womens record.Performances .
the butterfly and freestyle to Navy lax Swim Club members and got his own practice In for an International by other NAS, .
Meet In Ireland. And like.a wlll-o-the-wlsp, he left as he had come'leaving some to wonder lax personnel were made by :
\. whether the vanishing ripples In the water had been his at all. Bruce Smalling who won the 100 t
yard backstroke event in the fine

: I ,Fliers !a* To JU Frosh; 'Beat ',Gtaco Twice time, the,of 400 1:10.3; 'Paul meter NicholasIn Kathy '. P

Chance In the
Nauman and Susan
"". The Jax Navy Flier basketball Weekend action was a little flight schedules, plays when 100 yard breaststroke and 800 c
f.-\ .' team faced with a superior height sweeter for the hoopsters as time permits. Hugh Simmons yard Freestyle. Also performance -
"" advantage from Jacksonville Unl- they beat Florida/Georgia Inter- supply found a greater percentageof by Ellen Smalllng and Linda ,
'' ;::' \erslty's Junior Dolphins, suffered service rival Glynoo, Friday field goals could be made Mayberry in the 100 Yard SHOWE4Jt11I .f,
"' \I\ the consequences the tune night here 109 75. A signi- shooting closer to the basket' Fly and Ginny Bunn and Pat PRODUCED BV_-
'' of 96 61 last Thursday evenIng ficant factor In' the win was the and added .14 ,points lathe,second ; Jvfro .NiRt. .
4.. .. at the'Coliseum.. Don HawkIns return"of VP'- 5's Sam Butler .half for ,a,game total of,16, 1"SHIN WW.inU I nSTAOBO t
f... : led frosh scorers with 26; who provided Instrumental play-' his best of the year. The Fliers A OIRBCTBO BV
, ;.. : ',.. Charles Bryson of the- Fliers net- making and contributed 20 points had a 'total of only nine team !. Mind RICHARD BARSTOW .: \
' : ted 17. himself. Butler, hampered with fouls. Prices 'lucid tar $3,50,1.50: : "
: .
Hitting 18 of 24 from the charity All patrons of the golf course 1.50 .. Children under 12 half''
line, the Fliers notched clubhouse and Exchange facility price all matinees except
second place In the conference are reminded that the Exchange Sunday.
standings ( MacDIll AFB leads) there will be closed on January TICKETS AVAIL. Coliseum,
and waltzed to a 88 79 win 23rd to begin work on a new Auditorium, Hemming' Park; .
over Glynco the next evening. locker room.Members ticket offices. All seats';rc
who occupy lockersare served.
..' .' asked to remove their belongings 8 PERFORMANCES: Fri. 4 &
'; MISS/ THE WANT ADS? from this, area until 8 p.m.. Sat. 2:30 & 8 lmi,
; : construction and Improvementsslated Sun. 1 & S p.m., Mon. 8

;::i \: : :: SEE PAGE 9 are finished.to be completed by. April .p.m. "-1 .'

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you probably need a personal loan 383 cubic Inch engine, Factory 383 cubic Inch engine, auto/
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air conditioned, auto/trans., trans.,
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brakes, W/S/W, wheel covers, ers, blue' over blue' with blue
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700,000 Sportsmen Used Dow Named Middle CanYouTAKE

Grid Leader For '67
Fia.'s .Woods And Waters WTII YOU?
ANNAPOLIS, MD. --Defensive ness are the qualities that set For Financing and Insurance
end Bill Dow, a first team All- him apart. He has never been Stateside and Overseas. Call
TALLAHASSEE -. Florida wide survey the average fisher- East choice this past season, beaten in a one-on-one block".
played host to a total of 555,170 men spends $103.19 a year for has been elected Captain of the Dow played 200 minutes in DYER M. BURR
licensed fishermen and 209,137 his fishing and an average hunter 1967 Navy Football team. Dow's Navy's 10 games this past fall, GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
;, licensed hunters during the 1965- spends $82.54. As a conservative selection was announced todayby winning his second football let- FINANCE CORPORATIONand
66 season according to an an- estimate this would amount to- Captain Alan R. Cameron, Director ter in as many seasons. Asa
alysis of hunting and fishing license more than a $75,000,000.00 addi- of Athletics.A sophomore in 1965r Dow suf INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
sales just relea edby the tion to Florida's economy." native of McLean, Va., Dow fered a severe ankle sprain in INSURANCE COMPANY
Game and Fresh Water Fish the and missedthe
is regarded as asuongcandidatefor opening game 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527.
Commission. NliieTeamftSet All-America football honors better portion of seven out-
W.B. Copeland, Commission next fall. He made the honorable ings.
Chairman said that the analysis ForTourney; mention list in the AP All-American -
covered the, period beginning balloting just concluded.
July 1, 1965, and ending June 30, EntrlesEndToday Coach Bill Ellas compares Dowat e
1966, and included both resident this point in his career with Bob's> Oak Hill,
and non-resident hunting and At the present time, nine Com
Lamar Lundy, now of the Los
fishing license sales. The report mands have expressed their Intentions Angeles Rams, at the same stage.
to enter an area elimina Pure Service. CenterOpen
I an increase of 16,938 Lundy, who went on to become a
fishermen and 2,261 hunters over tion basketball tournament
of the Rams'fabled "Fear-
the past year., sponsored by OOMFAIRJAX and pan some Foursome," played for for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. .
During the period of, total of scheduled to begin next week. Elias when he was defensive
II 412, 637 residents and 142, Teams scheduled tobe onhandfor coachat Purdue.
533 non-residents purchased licenses the tournament which begins "In addition to his outstanding read serviced pick-ep ft delivery
to fish in Florida's fresh January 26th are:A-r6,A-174
waters. Of the non-resident VA-44, VP-5.VAP-62.VFP-62. physical qualities Bill is men- mechanic OR .." ...A..rlc.* ft Foreign Cars

( license holders 21,379 obtainedan FAETULANT Detachment (Tax), tally aggressive -- a combina- 103rd & James Rd.
tion hard to beat", Elias says.
i annual fishing license,'29,626 VW-4, and COMFAIRJAX staff. 771-9156
"He has excellent quickness, Jacksonville, Fla.
Other teams have until 4 p.m.
purchased the 14 day license and balance, and speed but his unusual
I 91,528 purchased the special five today, (January 19th) to register strength and aggesssive-
for the affair.
day non-resident license. entry
The analysis of hunting license I I'
sales Indicate that 128,389 residents -

purchased state hunting :'; .' ., .. '
licenses, 77,297 residents obtained .
county hunting licenses, Eastern introduces
695 residents purchased other
than home county licenses and
365 hunters obtained the spe- *

the cial ing non-resident to license shooting which hunters preserves.limits 606 hunt-Of c h arge-a-t rIp f for our .. ':<\; <;...: -.' .'

purchased the annual license and
1,785 obtained the ten day : .
license.A military : k1'
total of 15,769 residents obtained passengers. : > ;

the Clew first season ,
Series A-K combination hunting '' i \'
..' .
and fishing license.In .. '
hunting license sales Duval t .
County: accounted for 12,863 resident -
cambia statewide County'sold licenses 4, Es-589 Now. E-5's and above can open acharge Fly anypface.'JTa e a vacation or a trip 'home..

resident county licenses and Levy ;' with airline.ASTSI1N Charge it-even,your military half-fare. Pay'as little ..
County sold 137 other than home account an '
county licenses. Palm Beach as $10 a month on the remaining balance, plus(a-, '., '

led In the sale of shooting small service charge. Take up to 24 months to pay.
licenses. Of the -
preserve hunters,Leon County nonresident accounted e, You can charge hotels, sightseeing, almost any "

for the sale of 328 nonresident -- charge-a-trip thing with yq>ur Eastern Charge-A-Trip card. This
I ;
ten day licenses and 143 ,
annual non-resident hunting license year don't postpone your leave because you don't

u.\ sales.Copeland. have cash on hand. With
Charge-A-Trip you can
said, "There can be
11 1 234 567
i' no question that hunting and fish- N9,', EA2ChargeATrlp leave right now and enjoy the sun on an.Eastern ,
ing is big business when '
;; that the sal of hunting considering ,,' .,' ARTHUR HARK IS 43 vacation in Florida, Puerto Rico., The Bahamas, Bermuda t :
licenses amount to .: : ,' ': or the Caribbean. 7 '\
$1,073,988.75 and fishing licenses '
4 accounted for $1,567,028.25 for .t\w"\: '. :. You can, get an Eastern Charge-A-Trip card ifyou're :r

.,. a total of 264101700. The license :, ; '111131r56,1DXZiyL4 in' pay grade E-5 or above. Just fill out the
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the financial picture as not, all application below ;.
'. fishermen and hunters are Is a service mark of Eastern Air Lines, Inc. .' I.
.Ji licensed and based on a nation- r'tl-l"

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The Florida Gator golf team :

will be here Saturday, teeing off ,t' .... ',,; ,> '.
against the best of, a 12 man ;
NAS delegation in a matvh slated : ;
for 11:30 a.m. at the NAS links. r .

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e Mail to Eastern Airlines: ChargeLA-Trip,.P.O. Box.525,' Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 19104.. .;t'. ._ .. ;- :'] '/

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WHOLESALE CREDIT OPEN REFERENCES-LIST. FOUR .!. B OPEN' 1".,,,'. ..., Ar ., jNO Ji' ....r.: .
PRICE TO EVERYONE a PAID .' r : PAID :. '. ,4\ ... ," "(. r
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\\i,,iIL. ., ".. SUNDAY 9-9 The undersigned agrees to pay the amount of each charge under the Eastern Airlines "Charge.A-Trip" credit plan (In not more than twenty.four ((24)) equal J
monthly Installments: provided that'eacts installment b. at least TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)).or the unpaid balance If' leu, together with a ..rvlce charge of t
Til 6p mSUKPtUS \\Yt% per month on the unpaid balance. Upon default of the undersigned in,payment of any Installment, the entire unpaid balance ,may be declared f ,
/ .. Immediately due and payable. Eastern flay assign Us rights hereunder. and the undersigned agrees to pay to any such assignee. each Installment;.togetherwith
't. service charge upon receipt of a monthly statement. I ... '.,. '

GOODS ,. ..

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