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 26, 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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I Published bj the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to b, considered an official expression of j
"military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does notconstltute an endorsement of any military department of the products services advertised. any
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I MARTD Receives --- Civilian Jobs -In Vietnam I

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Jacksonville's Marine Air Reserve of significant criteria, Including ,{\' .::\:5: ;4 x:1G;.' ::?: ,x:3't 4::3:+' +;wy .,.?::23;;.
t Training Detachment based tactical effectiveness .tempo of 4i ,: .,""
at NAS Jax, has been awarded the training, technical" skill, attend- '
: MarineAir ReserveTralningDe4 ance at.training*,nghthours per-
4 t tachment Proficiency Award for pilot; "efficiency of internal administration -
1966. The award, which is presented -" and military
; annually, was given to the standards.
Jacksonville unit for the best
\ overall achievement in the training The citation further noted: ;
of Marine air reservists.The "This overall pattern of accomplishment -
Jacksonville unit) producedthe demonstrates out- {
highest efficiency and number standing spirit, teamwork and
of flight hours per organized Marine professional ability, The per-, .
Corps Reserve Naval Aviators -' formance displayed in winning
assigned. the Marine Air Reserve Train-
ing Detachment Trophy is a distinct .
credit to the Commanding .
I See Photo On Page 2 I Officer, Officers, and men of 'ff
the Marin Air Reserve Training
Detachment, Jacksonville and is
The award was presented in the In keeping with the best traditionsof
form of 16 the Marine Air Reserve."
a gold-plated trophy
Inches high, featuring a globe f
mounted on a large cup atop a Lt. Col. L. E. Lovette, Detachment JIT00 I
square pedestal. With the trophywas Commander, acceptedthe :
an accompanying citation. award from Col. Robert C. \
The citation read In pan: "For Armstead, Chief of Staff for the "
displaying a highly professional Marine ,Air Reserve Training
competence throughout the year Command. Col. Armstead was
'' by producing the greatest effectiveness in I Jacksonville to conduct ,the
and efficiency' In attached annual combat'readiness Inspec-

MarineAirReserveUnits. r _.
Determination of this superiority' ... ... .
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was based_upon'alboardspectrumAdvancements t ARE REFUGEES:, These children; from .Hoa. Blnh; 'on',' m.g'.i; ;..,Jucty$ '.one* who ,
escaped! with ;their parents from communist aggression, leaving, Behind/ tIi.meag.e',"'posses*;,
Early AdvancementsMade s/ons. The..V... .5.; Agency for In'ematlonaDev.opment/ / (AID) Is seeking civilian/ specialiststo

help, resettle 7.5 million refugees., Registered Nurses are also In, demand to,, help, care for
I 'the--- civilian sick and wounded.

At NAS Jax AID's Washington Team In JacksonvilleFor f

in rating were Golden, M.R. to DT3, Kasow
presented last Friday as a resultof RJ. Jr. to ETN2, King, L.A. Three Days On Vietnam Interviews
the Navy-wide Examinationsfor to ABH3, Mayercak, P. to ATN3, .
August 1966. The advance- McQaine, J.M. toAE2McGrath, -
ments were originally scheduled JJ. to PN2, M1l1er,I.R.toADJ2, A 3-day drive to recruit men fications in the following Job Platt described the civil aid !
to' be made in February and Murray, S.L. to PN3,. Pearson, and women for civilian posts in categories: Economists, Pro- program in that country as a
March, but a directive from the D.W. to ETN2, Reece R.A. to Vietnam will get underway in the vincial Representatives, Regis ,"shin-sleeves. war that Is Just !-
Naval Examination CenterGreat ,AK3, Ross, J.T. toANS3Rozlert Jacksonville area beginning today tered Nurses, Refugee Relief 'as vital as the military action." t ,
Lakes, HI,, called for a modification W.F. to AMS3 Seller MJ. to and ending Saturday afternoon Specialists, Auditors, Public Administration He added: "The effort to bring ,
of the advancement dates. ETR3, Sotherland, J. to ABH3 January 28.Jacksonville. Advisors, Teacher a better life to'the unhappy people i iof
Tournade, R. to DT3, Falne, will serve, as Education Advisors Vocational Vietnam must go on long after '
Capt. Martin J. Stack, Commanding E.E. to' A03, Kuehn. G.A. to headquarters'' for the campaign Education Advisors and Auto- hosltilities haxeended. However,
t Officer of NAS, lAX, EMI, Farmer, J.L. to TM2. which'w111 cover the entire motive Maintenance Specialists. our Immediate goal Is to help ,'
presented the advancements: at Assisting at the presentationwere North Florida area. ,Auditors will be sought not the Vietnamese resist aggressionand J
The U.S. Agency for Interna- for, Vietnam but for other This
only to build the peace.
ceremonies held in Building 3, Lcdr. RJ. Fitzsimmons
Station Gym. Jr., Military Personnel Officer, tional Development (AID) an- Far East countries. means working side by side with l'
nounced that a 20-man'Washington Some of the requirements for the people, helping them to build ,
Among those receiving ad -cdr. J.E. Williams, Dental Officer -
vancements were: Brooks, G.R. and Ens. G.D. Amatrudi, Team will be sent to candidates applying for these .schools hospitals roads, and I
Jacksonville to interview civilians positions are as follow : candi- housing; helping them to become
to TD3.' Brown, R. D. to ATN3, Educational Services Officer. l
needed "to help win the dates must be United ,States better farmers, nurses, tea ,
'other war' In Vietnam -- the citizens at least five years they chers." t.I t.
r.. war against hunger, illiteracy, must be willing to be separated
.. \ and disease." from their families for at least
18 months they must be willingto I
William A. Platt, Public Affairs be assigned to remote and 1S. .. ;
Chief for the Far East, hazardous of Viet '
f possibly areas WHAT'SNSDE ?
said that recruitment is being nam. Information concerning ,. S:; ,'

stepped up because a widening other requirements may be obtained "... .
A Job gap has reached critical proportions ; by calling the special

; and Is hampering the number listed above. Taking A Chance. .',. ...P0.. 2''
4 Vietnam.
civil action program in
Salaries will from
h He said that the present force of $6,500 to $18,000 a year, depending What, Where and When. .Pa. 2
civilian specialists -- now num- r
the and
will needto on position qua- Behind the ScenePg.4, ,
bering nearly 1,300 -- lifications for the Job. Up to a NATTC

, _. '. be. doubled by the end of the 25 percent hardship bonus will lax Marines ... ",. :.P0. 4
'. t. rF year.A be added to the ,basic salary,
temporary headquarters will along with housing allowance,
.,- be opened In the U.S. Post Office medical care, and other benefits. Civil Service .New.. .P0. 5
and Court House, 311 W. MonroeSt. AID representatives are stationed i
, ., where applicants may call ,In each of the 43 mainland Service Men of Month. ..Pg.6-

.. for an interview on a special provinces of Vietnam. They NARTU News . .P0-8 1.
telephone line ((904)) 353-0247. oversee the use of AID funds

r,' Persons. living out of town may and commodities, plan and exe- Entertainment. ., .. .P0. .9 I
I' .., call collect. cute projects and programs, and
< Two U.S. civilian advisors In counsel ;province chiefs on all Cecil Field Sports. .P0. 10
Vietnam will be flown into Jacksonville aspects of the counterinsurgency ,' i
more than twenty men and women advanced In rate as a result to assist In the re- program.Referring NAS lax Sports.:9: .JJ 12
of last August's Navy-w/c/e/ Examinations In a special updated cruitment. They will help seek to the shortage of
' ceremony. out candidates here with quall- civilian skills in Vietnam, Mr-

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A CHANCEBy ) I V I r t f> .P r v f .. COMING/ EVENTS j .,

.' Friday Monday
Ed Sowa
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. January 27 30 "

Card playing Is far from strange to any serviceman. It may
be done for fun and relaxation or asthe case may sometimes occur Edward's Chapel "R/NGL/NG/ / BROS. & BARHUM CIRCUS", at the Coliseum./ .
it .may be done for profit -- or loss. Whatever the motive for Ticket prices: Matinee; Adults, 52.50 and $L50 *' 't. "
playing cards ,the fact remains that those concerned are gambling Performances
Children $1.75 and 125. Evening, :
SUNDAY MASS0900&1100
trusting their fortunes to the Goddess of Chance.It '
is ironic that servicemen ,may'not be afraid to trust chance in DAILY MASS1145 Adults and Children S2.50 and w"
such a pastime as playing ,.)' 'concerning their lives and future SATURDAY MASS1045 :"
,they refuse to take a chance. This does not mean that they ConfessionsSaturday
should be foolhearty regarding their lives and futures but rather 1700 1730 & 1900-1930 Friday, January 27 ?. ,,; '
that.they should, at times take a chance to escape complacency and f "'< H. '
mediocrity.i ,,' the Auditorium; '> Ticketprices /
. '. (/.'.SNovoHospfoSUNDAY / / / / : 54.50, $3.50, $2.50 :',

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All Saints Chapel January 28 31...... '

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.'0800 -- .- -HolyCommunion
;; 0930'& 1100Divine Worship LIGHTHER ANTIQUE SHOW at the L/ghfner; Municipal

: : Exposition Bldg., noon to 9 p.m. dally :':;, ,>,
0930 AnnexBuilding
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722WEDNESDA Thursday, February 2

Y's, Beginning of weekly luncheons, Old Spanish Treasury, city-
------choir Rehearsal owned historic house maintained by the Woman's Exchange.

THURSDAY Luncheon dates Feb. 2 9 16 23. Traditional Spanish l lun
Many servicemen fall prey to remaining where they are. They : ,
'. may find a touch of security in their present situation and refuseto 2000 Christian Science Service cheon. ,". .

jepodize this for anything. Yet why should they If they are happy. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month 4 ,?. .
and secure? 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo.
The answer ,Is very simple. There Is so much to be gainedby (Small Chapel) SPORTS -'

taking a chance and trying to free oneself from complacency.A T. .
serviceman should look to every opportunity that is availableto U. S.NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's
him in the service. He should constantly strive to learn and acquirenew - 100C .'' Tuesday, January 31
skills and knowledge. The by product of such attainment is
praise by one's fellow workers and superiors for always
CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT State the Coliseum.Ticket .
shows. "BASKETBALL". JU vs. Memphis at
Following the praise comes the opportunity for advancement in : ,: prices: Gen. Adm. 50f. ,:',
rank. This is a situation no serviceman would pass up for with Today- < "
. advancement comes financial imbursement, that ismore money Choir Practice at ,,1,p. m. r ". T" riay.Fe6ru' 2) jr '.'.: .j>

, in his pocket on payday.All Sunday-. W ." ,. :1.. ... ... ,-. 'iIl!.
of these.reasons are fine in themselves yet' there is one other Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. r \. I :' '. \ j ,,;

point that inevitably follows this chain reactionXhls point is personal Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. HOCKEY" Fla./ Rockets vs. Long Island at the Coli
satisfaction in oneself. When a man can look back upon his life Communion first Sunday "ICE/ ; 75 ,
Ticket prices: <
and see a series of accomplishments he can feel nothing other thana of the month. seum. .

sense of well being and well done. .
Thus, if we are not afraid to throw a few more chips Into the pot CATHOLIC Tickets for all events are available at Special ServIces:
to try and draw the inside card for a royal straight, we should Daily- 704 Ext. 444. Tickets for St. Augustine not avail
hardly be afraid to take a chance at throwing aside a few extra 11:20 a. m. Mass Bldg. able
moments to Investigate the possibilities for success that are Sunday8 ,
available to us in the service. If we have the courage to support a.m. and noon Mass Con-
a winning hand we should also have the courage to support the pot- fessions heard before each Mass. MARTD Receives AwardContInued
ential that we have, and we should .continue raise until we rise and
eventually win."Bits. Lt. Col. Lovette was also pre-
sented a surprise award in the
form of a letter of appreciationfrom
DOD Increases Brig. Gen. A.H. Adams
And Pieces"By r MAR Commander which cited
Col. Lovette's "exemplary'leadership
Telephone Rates and dedication to duty"in
R. 0. Scherch LCDR, CHC, USHR commanding: the detachment.

The British use of the expression "bits and pieces" to cover a A. 75-cent increase will be
multitude of meanings. When the housewife has'finished making a added to telephone bills of mili-
dress for herself, she cleans up all the bits and pieces, meaningthe tary families living in govern-
scraps. When a Scotland Yard detective works on a criminalcase ment-owned or leased housing CIRCUS TICKET SALES
all the bits and meaning all the possible 1967.
he seeks, out pieces beginning April 1. Sale of tickets for the
evidence. Every house-holder has a drawer full of bits and pieces The increase, first since 1962, Ring-
meaning his miscellaneous collection of one thing and another, his will be from 45 to $5.75 monthly ling Bros. Barnum Bailey
( from 1)) Circus will be closed out as of
"odds and ends". when the phones are connectedto Page
Life, Itself, is a testimony to the aptness of this expression. military switchboards for unofficial tion of Florida MAR units. Col. 2 p.m. Friday, January 27a
Every day itself a bit and a piece of life, is filled with bits and use. The 1962 rate Increase Armstead commented at the pre- the ticket 'office of Special
pieces of experience. Some of these have immediate value like was $1.Ptblished sentation: "This is a tremen- Services Building 704, NAS
sound business advise or an unexpected bonus check or a holiday in changes of the dous tribute to Col. Lovette's JAX.Tickets
from school. There are ,others that, like the scraps left over Department of Defense Instruc- organization. This trophy Is must be purchasedin
from dress-making or the odds and ends in the. work bench drawer tion 4640.4, Increased rates are awarded annually to the most held.person; no tickets will be
we store away for some future use. Yet more are those tragic and also forthcoming for other users outstanding of the 28 detach-
semi-tragic events that we could forget or undo -- the death of a of unofficial telephone serviceat ments in the country."
friend, the unguarded remark<, the moment of anger and belligerencethat military installations.
brings pain and grief to others. Included are increases for
telephone Installed for use of
BITS AND PIECES -- Grandmother's patchwork quilt was unique public schools, theAmericanRedCross
because of the way she shaped her bits and pieces and how she put and other quasiGovernment -
them together. The whole cloth of a man's life is also a unique agencies such as the Service
patch-work of bits and pieces of experience and personality.He .
Motion Picture Services,Service The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Clvllfan Enterprise News'
finds these bits and pieces in experience with other persons. Exchange and NCO and Officers' paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval.Air.
Each bit of a day and every piece of a life is shaped and turned by Messes located on a military Station Jacksonville Florida
'by.the Holt Publishing
the fact that human beings are acting and reacting in a mass of installation and Federal
humanity, where both loneliness and! fellowship grapple to molda Credit Unions. Company, a private firm. All, Copy submitted for use in
man's person. In the struggle some go all to pieces, broken Other activities using Class the JAX AIR NEWS must 5e forwarded to the Public
into little bits. There are others who can pick up those bits and "B" or unofficial government Affairs Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by .noon
piecesand redeem and reconstruct the life that has disintegrated.Of telephone service will also receive on Monday before publication.; News Items are welcomedfrom I
course, when this happens it means that the bits and pieces of increases.The all sourcesTelephone EY 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
all men's lives become intermingled so that each man's bits and directive lists Class "A" and
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher
pieces become part of every man's. This is what men call bro- phone service as "Official".
therhood. Class "C" as"OfficialRestricted" queries concerning such should be directed to:
and Class "D" as "Offi The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 .Blanding Blvd.

cial-Special". Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387- 4451

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I j I '. CITATIONS/ AWARDED on the USS ((CVAN) 65)) from participating in combat opera- Marine Corps first and second be picked up by the April 1
December 1965 to June 1966. tions in Southeast Asia in support lieutenants can now look forward promotions for temporary
AT INSPECTIONAt "Lt. Claude's professional com- of the Republic of Vietnam's, to faster promotions. first lieutenant billets. Hundreds
_ petence and tireless efforts in effort to resist Communist ag- According to the Navy Times, of othersecond lieutenants will
lasS Saturday's Inspection, supervision of the.handling and gression. During this period beginning April 1 the Corps will profit also through the year as
three Commendation Citations loading of ordnance during 130 USS Ranger and embarked Car- promote second lieutenants after they finish their 15 months.
were presented to the following days of combat operations mat- rier Air Wing 14 conducted extensive 15 months in grade Instead of after The speed up to captain comes
personnel: Lt. Henry L. Claude, erially contributed to the im- serial day and night the usual 18 months. First because the Corps is short in the
A03 Richard Stewart and AN pressive and: highly successful, armed reconnaissance and air lieutenants will also move up grade. Vacancies have been developing -
Donald L. Carey. record of 2,860 combat sorties strikes in the face of intensive about six months faster. with no selectees left to
The first citation to Lt. Henry flown by the pilots of Attack hostile ground fire. The promotion board will convene fill them. It also has been pointedout
L. Claude for meritorious ser- Squadron 76." January 31 to select 1400 that present day first lieu-
vice in support of combat opera- A03 Richard Stewart receivedthe The third citation went to AN first lieutenants for early pro- tenants 'are maturing faster, as
tions in Southeast .Asia while Secretary of Navy Citationfor Donald L. Carey for "exceptionally motion to captain. This area is usual in war, and are both
meritorious service from
serving as Ordnance Office in meritorious service from of consideration will include all ready and needed ,for captain's
.Attack Squadron 76, embarked Jan. 10 to Aug. 6, 1966 while' Nov.while 26 participating, 1965 to May In 14 combat, 1966 with date of rank from July I, responsibilities earlier.

1966 and earlier. The same also applies to
ENTREE RESTAURANT opertions against Insurgent
G communist guerrilla forces in Many of the January selectees second lieutenants. Speeding up
1960 B/onoVng/ Blvd. -- '11 AM to 10 J>M the Republic of Vietnam."' will be promoted In February, their promotions by three months
and all be will help fill the ranks of first
are expected to pro-
During this Kitty Hawk
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.:' ; '," ". 'J by MaJor/ 'Speed F. Shoe, Ex*
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1 "A First Seargeant should do
I: ::3:3t.
the things his men: do. My men
.: were Jumpers and I wasn't."

t This was the reasoning that
led a 50-year' old Marine Reservist -
tt : :
t t. : to volunteer to attend
the Army Airborne School at
l, Fort Benning, Ga.
J ,' r'\", ,: First Sergeant Robert H.HelmmUier .
r. ,'" ': i, ..: .. : t '" (>';" "t
a* Ease. : of Miami's 4th Air/
:: ."' i *, ." :. "''" : : <,- : : Naval Gunfire Liason Company
: :
i. '> : ..., :\ .. \*.." i '-. (ANGLICO), USMCR, had already
f' t ..':..d., Jj,.. /' rr passed the 'half-century mark
. when he volunteered for,this two
.J 4'J.1, -'V''", .'".... i" "; week assignment during annual
,r- "
f,1 i, ; ,; :/ : .."1 .. .. .' training day.

Upon arriving at the school,
; 'A Sgt. Heimmiller, because of his
I, ( ; ,. .- choice of train-
n Lt '"" age was given a
\ "fl" '
.r ,
'. \ Ing with the senior staff officers
t(,. t' II '" .;z. :!;' :;'. L '; or the enlisted men.

s '":" .., He chose to stay with the junior
., .' :
) :.. enlisted men and take their train-
; 1" '
: A' ing. In this group, the physical
r : t .. conditioning of a jumper is stres-
f. .( ,, :? Jr./.."''l, ..".'. .:it ". sed from the first"to the last day
,. t
.' '
.r, r. : 'f of the school.A' .

kVI, .'f. J" ,j; f.w 14._, .I .' '; '. check through the school's
'J. .r" ...... records reveals that Sgt. Helm-
;; Ever see anyone more relaxed and trouble- he went to where the seats are. He went- *.."' miller' is not only the oldest

t r :" free? Maybe it's because of'his two-week to United, the airline with the, world's Marine complete jump school, ,
leave. Or he's of his but also the oldest enlisted man
#f perhaps dreaming largest jet fleet. .,.I: to ever attend the course. .

welcome home. We like to ,think it's Men and women in uniform, with "This is one of Ac best schoolsI

I wt because he's enjoying the friendly skies authorized military leave 'or furlough : have ever attended," he said.

: of United. papers, fly (stand-by) at 50% off regular "Here they in build himself.up a" person'sconfidence
:': Sure, the stewardess is pretty. Coach fare. (This rate also applies within '; t "I to quit jumping

i The chow? Almost. as good as Mom's! 7 days after discharge.) They can sit until the dine Corps says I

;: And that seat's soft enough to sleep in. wherever the seats are, even in First Class .' that am ,I too have old made, or it L through retire.schoolI Now

,. : : But, best of all, he didn't waste his when the other seats are filled.. am going to jump as much as

I r leave lounging around the airport. ,He So, next time you travel, put yourself possible."

"w '.1 !.started winging. his way. home fast because at, ease. Fly United. .',' .;, Sergeant Himmiller, who Is
I 5'9" tall and weights 150 Ibs,

;. is a sculptor, wood carver and
c' decorator. He holds a Bachelorof
p : } !* Science degree In History and
Ths! sure beats maneuve .
: / Astronomy from Baldwfn Wallace
: : ,
t ."' College In Berea Ohio.
; For i information' and tickets, visit or call your The first sergeant came into
JAMTO office at Bldg. 13 at Main Gate, contact with the Marine Corps
located Jbrihe friendly skies United while serving with the Seabees
:,., ..r. Telex No._ EV or Base Ext. 8377, during World War II. As a chief

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January 26, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page

Witty Health Film ::::1:., J.

I MBBMMMOMniHnBHftBBHH Civil Service HH HnaMMHnMBBBMHBM News I Premiers In Jay. 1

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CO An 18 minute educational film it's they that must set an example<. ,..

Explains PurposeOf l- produced under the 'auspices of for their employees, their
the American Cancer Society, students, theirchildren -- and In'
paradoxical, because as an the case of doctors -- their
New Job Committee animated cartoon, the serious- patients. The film's aim Is to
.Nr Mdla ness of the subject outweighsany create a nationwide core of good
element of humor receivedits examples; not to scare indivi-
MThe Equal Employment Opportunity Program is to be affirmatively -. premiere here Jacksonville duals Into kicking the cigarette

supported by all station personnel, civilian and military. Each the first week of this year. habits. .t;>
The main mission the movie, Cartoon figures are used- o
level management shall insure that employees under their direct
supervision are thoroughly familiar with this policy. It shall,be "A Time For Decision" is to poke fun at cigarette commercials
LiLt the inherent and the narration, in a
impressed upon every individual that the Commanding Officer expects 'if realistically portray \
full compliance with the spirit of this policy, as well as the dangers of cigarette smoking as round about way, suggests the.'
laws and regulations pertaining thereto. Supervisors, civilian and 44? the first step forward in contacting cancer society's case for jndudIngjthe .
military, shall insure that each employee under their supervisionis cancer. 1"
ous" label
aware of this station's Affirmative Action Plan in connection Jacksonville was chosen asthe'host on
The 89th Congress passedandthe.Presldent ing as well as cigaret packages.Not .
city because an eminent area
with the command's Equal Employment Policy so there will be no
Into action,
signed it
so places major
question in the mind of anyone concerning this station's policy. surgeon
than of laws af-
more a score blame on television commercials \
of the
and the Commanding: Officer's intent to enforce I it. ., Is current president
., '"
fecting. employees. American Cancer Society and secondly for bringing back, Into the fold .
To insure positive action In the second in a weekly series the 200 civil,business and many puffers who kicked the habitat 1
carrying out the ,above policy quires little discussion. Our ,of new public laws. political leaders represented a the .time of the U. S, surgeon
aboard this station, an Affirma- American tradition is founded on HEALTH BENEFITS -- Public healthy cross --sectionof type general's original report of the' lit'f.
tive .Action Plan has been' ,de" the theory of individual rightsd Law 89-504 amends the Federal of audience that will later see inter relationship between 1
veloped and a Committee on freedoms which are part of Employees Health Benefits Act the film In other pans of the smoking and cancer was Issued. .. !.
Equal ,Employment Opportunity our birthright as American citi of 1959 to extend the maximumage country. Jesse Schwayder, a Denver industrialist .
has been'established. NAS Jax zens. Although individuals differin limit for health benefits The film was produced by donated production 0(
Instructions 12713.4 and 12713.5are intelligence and ability, they coverage of an employee's Hanna Barbera Productions costs for the film and for the
.the local implementing di- do have the right to equality of eligible children from 21 to 22. which credits themselves with 1,500 prints which should be ,J I
rectives. opportunity. The title also Increases the such television serials as "The available by early February. ,
The functions of this Committee Every American deserves the Government's' contribution toward Fllntstones. An underlying "A Time For Decision" win i''
will be to review the st tion'S chance to make the most of his the cost of employee health theme is the special challenge then go out to cancer society )
Equal Employment0pportunity abilities. Not only is it fair and insurance by a maximum of 38 ,directed toward civic leaders -- chapters around the U. S. '
Program, analyze problems and just that all Americans be given cents biweekly .for... ..*...-1f_rm1v_._ enrollment *
progress and recommend equal opportunity, but it is a and 98 cents biweekly
courses of action that will improve clear fact that America needs all for a self and family enroll- MILITARYAUTO
and enhance this program. of the skills and abilities it can ment.

The services provided by the muster. LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY
committee will be supplementalto This is distressingly apparentin toward that goal. The ultimate MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO
labor shortage of it, how- POLICIES
our formal Equal Employ many areas success In realizing
ment Opportunity Program and this country today. Americanswho ever, will depend in final ana- INTEREST OR FINANCE-CHARGES/
will not lessen the respon- have these needed skills lysis upon the willingness of all AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo.
sibilities of other, station personnel and abilities -- and they existin employees to make equality of
for active participationIn all groups -- should not be opportunity a fundamental part AGE 21.24 Single $12.80 mo.
the program. This committeewill denied the right to use them if of their day-to-day outlook toward State end
also receive inquiries, suggestions for no other reason than they their Job Such an attitude -, .rtMfr Associates i
or informal complaintsfrom are needed by the nation. does justice to the spirt of Ro s I Inc.

station employees concerning My policy is firm and clearon this policy and I. expect no less: NAS 1st Office N.,,of Gate- 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388.3583
the Equal Employment this matter of.equality of from every employee. USNSMoyport.. Jax Beach- 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421( )
Opportunity Program.' opportunity in the personnel mat- (Editor's .note: .The above
ters of this station. I look toward (
-- Vi1SED
One of the. most frequentlyraised comments were"read .by'Commandlng -
questions in this area is, an administrative opera- Officer: Capt' MartinJ.
tion in which fairness and justice
'Why Have An Equal Employ-- will be the keynote of all personnel Stack at the initial'meeting
ment Opportunity Policy? Many of the Equal Employment Opportunity -
sincere individuals have asked it operationsandinwhicheveryperson Program Board,
whether he be an appli-
in recent years.' Behind their January 13. Civil Service em-
questions Is the thinking that cant for employment or an will experienced ployees can obtain! further.
in is favorably career employee this topic
general everyone information about
know that hewillbe judged without
disposed to the principle of creed. by contacting Michael CAscone, jlu
his or
such a policy. 'Some contend regard to race the Employee Relations Supt., IRD, CARk
We well along way
that the setting up of special are Room 225-D of Building 907.
procedures to implement the
policy only complicates the '- CAHERSOH HIRES
and draws too much .. USMC R.f.
attention to it." MONTHLY SPECIAL ; Soft R.,,*,.,,,.,/..

Capt. Stack continued, "The %. \ ,'r ; '
1 ..
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1 '. 30 lime> 1966rrai ,. ., St. Augustine CC(( & usa Hosts Servicemen-Of-The-Month' '. 7'r., ""; ). ,
Gt $4lnf j :;
1 Aircraft' \ tulatttuae offloar of' .?. ,,,''t''',, ., : :. ::uB!! ff Jusu(, '" .,: ;;
. 'tot' Barrio Information Offlew ,. .. ,." {f fBufcji '.,\, ". -,"' ...,;; 'j
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Raft... .I Bailor(a) CKH/LO' of'UM. OUT Month' IfijO.k],nomination of lot..", :. ,j.,;; :. : Eulistd. .. Mti. Front Jax, Ctcil, and Mdyport, 5 SptHil,. Fr... Diy in I Oldtsf.. City ',I .f" :' I ""n$,: i' I

1. Z la onpllanc vlth ,rfaroeo. (a) tbe Aircraft' Malntanane DapartMntncailaat .. :"t{.''
.. )BLM&rnLD, William L.t, Wtt,,of ta.* A1r'rrJI1Y1doa' .. u aeandltato I: ; : #
far' tile Cail M14 "Bailor of th Month" ovara." .. a: ,
t t. ,rartlnant' WonatlO11iDe BUUBTULO tt M follow I Ik. 'I

?BLABSniLD. *nt.r4 tile Banl $Sorvlo on 31.July. 193T. Upoa .. ,!1,
plotlom of Raorult\& Training at:lalabrldc Maryland' b. rportd" aboard' tII.u.a.a. :Jl. a .. r,, L.I/J/. '* :
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"Mphloa" (AH 13)) BLABSriZLD rquat and M* crnt4 Nil. "A iI'l'' .\
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SchooL nllo?. ..erriq abo&r4II.. D.I.5. Aaphlon. rrlor to hit ". .11 \: trllo J'of J'ofrT
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uilguMnt, tobe a1ren.tlIa1at Dtpartawnt ho ma attached"" to, \thoO.l.S. .i "
: ..
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tho Aatlctant, for tho Machlao for tile ....... .
k.- loa Shop. Svporvlaor Shop -1---' ''-7 rfW"- .
put' tmlvo ((12)) acnUu\ BLMSTIILD''. porfonunao Ilea produoad tho out- "
. tandlng rtaulto of a truo profocalooal. lit 1 onthtulaatlo t and ehaarful --II-' Ji. '
: : : :: "'II. t
i approach to Ml "raponlblim= aa a Potty Officer and a* a Maohlalat '
U raflaotad la tho hart tiira-oround tiao for rvpalrabl. Itaaa proooatodty ''i
I BLAK7IILO. ha* juit c1.t.d> tho dwlgn 1 and fab '' ,
: ::1oIIsr1:: : ((3)) jia nd fixture for. nborlnc: M*, T8 and CT9J
\ took ..._11... Formally, thaoo brako ...*.b11.. war.* sant. to the ..( ..... .1..1,, ''tt VI" .sf .w, s'4' ..: j.." --'6J.. '<,
I Overhaul coat and, imrolrad Rapalr 11M Drpartuat..pproa1MtalIIirt7, 'laval,!.Air Station((30)),dollar Jaekaonvlll par brakoaaecKblr 'Idatotal !' -. ...., .- A I."'r-' .s /7.. "'7 '11l- ..1.. I. ".Si.ii'j(..: ''J! -I, :,
I and uaually took S Blalaui of four (k) day and' a-axlaun of ,
four (k) waak': for .tbo:trW a>**Bbly to bo roturnad. to tbs Supply Department '\" '-1' ''I'' 1-1J4-dsii, ''1''.: !\(,!..i,. :t i;
, Is an lIFE I tatu The proaont' turn-around' tlaa boa 11 baaa raduead to ,\\o..'.:. .
no ((5)j) hour at' o cost of approximately' .laran (T) dollan par ".-17.I '. ,j .. .. .. : FL4I'LA.I.: -7'f'.1; ,:: .,; .1:,." ,.... .
'Bill' dlcplay of.BUUQrULD'l' )' Initially, touplad irlth hi* net knovled. ; .
I I of the Maehlnary, lopainaaa Rat baa ..ub.t.aAUa1l7lie. \ operationof \ ,,' '. .. ,> ,,
bbs Airrros.,1I1ma..,, r '
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t. BLARSniLO ll extreaely proud to'bo s part of to.j'' 'thliCommand. -- "
I Ho U d.op.7 eoniolou. of hi*'r reaponalbUlUe: .* a f*tty:, -.- J J.1
I Offiear and aoti aecordlnfly. at all tic**. .; t ; :' '" : :'. ..-.1;,' ,,

I ,3. BLARSrtZLO' 1 I.e. oouloered& an outitandlng. eandldato to roaalro bbs it ; ; \. ,' .
awurd" aa "Sailor of tho Month for bbs laval Air Station,.Coeil. rial4.* ., _(.. S .k .... :.
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THE BEGINNING/ / .This Is the first step towards an enlisted 3 (I r) 0" \
, man becoming Serviceman/ -of the Month --' a nomination HONORARY CONQUISTADOR. .Each Serviceman/ 01 the

f from his division officer. Lk __ : Month receives/ a certificate/ / (/lIke/ this one) from the/ City/ of '

I A --- 1 St. Augustine, making him an honorary conquistador of( the Na.
, < tion's/ Oldest
,. City.
F -,. J

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BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS ,' ;INC t'. ''\'"' ., __winner.'I

:t WfcvWNj! ... ,._ ALL THE YEAR ROUND. .Summer or winter ,the Serviceman, the Month/,, shortly" after

-XT3fc!: 1 1_, being awarded at Inspection, can count on being rewarded with a free trip to S Augustine.Lx'ft r

:' AE1 Howard J. McGrath; right, BT1 Gary P. VanNote both of NAS Cecil Field.vllle / 2j

p.__A _..._...I... ............., T..t. ..,,,, ... ...__..n1., .... _...1 "M..1'-, ,, .......I.., ,.... },A..,,_ .*.'._ .....___. ._ .L_ Y o...__ t.1. ___ .
1..4L;:" 4f.UtUd7p, :>VVvA&.JAO& "' ;>VU- :oviivilic, aiu 4 avai wtaiiwii iiiaj- "Uw :lU ww" lU lilt; wlgllUle1' mus command. > ,
? area servicemen (and their pont, were ServicemenoftheMonth eum.The This honor : ;... : i] !'I '.:" '

families) were the guest of the and as such they were Oldest Store Museum was recognize ... o<. : (t ... '

. USO .and Chamber of Commerce the recipients of an allexpensepaid next ''on the agenda. After a ments by .. .'". ,, J ..
of St. Augustine. These men, tour of our nation's' oldest "shopping trip Into the past" the pay grades "'.)...1 ( .'; ,.'
from NAS Cecil,Field,NASJack-- city (including meals). everyone .drove ,north for the In j !.4 J > IIi. IIl II- '
addition,a ,\
VJ OldestJ'oru.' .- t ; ;,. ;; i..:. IiuuIIuIuuIIuuaIIl
The the Chamberof Quarter is ; .
tour began at
tI-t'.: .. .and the \ ..f .' t 'I
J .' I Commerce Visitors Informa- With eyes s legs tiring.. winners by the :;) '' ; l '" t i i
servicemen 'and their familiesleft '
Can You tion Center, where the group ficer. : ;
the Old Fort .and headed for '
.. (the servicemen .and their guests) luncheon ; 'J : 1 .:
the last stop of the tour, to chow >:': Are You
TAKE YOUR CAR was shown a short orientationfilm ville Chamber :) Willing
down Fried Chicken.All ; \
on Kentucky : '
\ 'WTII\ YOU? about the city and its numerous an appropriate :
For and Insurance attractions. in all, everyone participa- is made, *
I t Financing entry / to low
I'' :" Stateside and Overseas. Call ting will probably agree that this lection. go as as $$1639
t Adolph Guidi, USO Council was one sight-seeing trip that Nominees (
tI I oI __ DYER M. BURR member and! host for the tour, was interesting.. educational, and award are / for a new VW?
I, -re. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES and D. M. (Dan) Lyon, vice enjoyable and one which theywill mental basis a
UR B president of St. Augustine's' USO remember for a long, long time. ..
D t( B FINANCE CORPORATIONand -charge of J 1967 53.horsepower 1493-
: New : a stronger, ,
\ Council, led the way from the information Foundations/ ,
submitting one
center to Ripley's' Believe cc. engine, dual brake system, more effective ,
\ rcLtct.ri INTERNATIONAL SERVICE It Or Not Museum. Each month a sailor marine to the sele ( sealed beam headlights, 2'speed windshield/ wipers / M"
INSURANCE COMPANY I at NAS Cecil Field, NAS Jacksonville of the ,
I Next stop on the I1st'of attractions pushbutton door locks, auxiliary!' rear axle
5615 Timuquana' Rd. 771-0527 or Naval Station May- Comptroller
BR the Old Jail.Afteran for, softer ride driver recessed
ri :Il port will 'get to spend an all- log Officer.. spring 4
hour of courious rambling. expenses-paid Saturday in St. the ) door end, ,ashtray handles, flattened dashboard" ;.' "I

.., the group was ready for lunch. Augustine.The This board switches, two back.up lights, left! hand outside/ '!
Luncheon served In the ///
was selects three. >
enlisted who receives mirror.
i{ ; .t. HONDAMOTORCYCLES dining room of the beautiful this trip does''so for being named three names ;
Ponce de Leon. When all '
Serviceman of '- the Month ; to the / /If own a Volkswagen and one of, these :
Model/ A-4 were full,the excursion continued he selects the V you any
(Sailor-of-the-Month HAS Cecil I' '
at '
from features Is then don't 1967
the Ponce de Leon across missing, you own a &
Field) for his ,-
particular t
i ,
W Civ' Merchant Green Stamps Volkswagen.
Built for the Dad who loves to tinker, or for '

Mom's' foul weather room}, "''this/ Is our garage Open Daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Garden-I 1 1&.2&& Bedrooms Type .Apartments But It can 1 be arranged. I.po.e. I/:(/)

entry. Extra storage area: In the garage Is your Sat. 8 a.m..6 p.m. Ip--t WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. with Club .

added bonus If you ,(choice/ ,is this model. Closed Sundays WESCONNETTFLORIST Atmosphere Country .' ..' '

\ MOTORS&CYCLES . NEW &8USED,: FURNITURE &. APPLIANCESNEW Kitchens 'equipped with G-E "WESTSIDE I ;;:. ro 4:,
: 7xA 8 J, 'USED TV SETS Ranges &&& Refrigerators .
,. ELL.A.IR: : :: i NEW ADDING MACHINES Individual and Heating Air Conditioning by G-E VOLKSWAGEN 'INC. .

OME :EIL3DES: :xisro. 4949 k---- We wire Flowers :i Drapes furnished ,
,BlandlngPH ocated FREIGHT SALVAGE Wall to Wall Carpeting and 1150 LANE, AYE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511
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I NARTU News and Views j Total Numerical Strength of '
ry armed forces on Nov. 30, 1966 I
was 3,325,491, an Increase of '
Rear Admiral Richard L. Fow- demy in 1932.Following 39,494 ,from previous month's I
ler, Chief of Naval Air Reserve graduation and commissioning strength.. The preliminary figure
Training, died of suffocation due as an Ensign in June shows 1, 397, 971 assigned to
to smoke inhalation in a fire at of 1936, he served aboard the Army; 902,463, Air force; 746,
Naval Air Station Glenview, 111., aircraft carrier, USS Lexington 7Q3, Navy; and 279,354, Marine
c at approximately 1 a.m. EST, as nunnery officer from June 1936 Corps..
F January 18. ,to June 1938.. lie then reported
Sy A recent visitor to NARTU, to the Naval Air Station, Pensa- I
RAdm. Fowler was the Com cola Fla., for flight training.He I IBuy'BondsiWE'RE '
mander of the Naval Air Reserve was designed a Naval Aviatorin _
consisting of 18 Naval Air Re- August 1939 and was assignedto
b.a" serve Stations and Units located Scouting Squadron 71, based
?. from coast to coastThe admiral aboard the USS Wasp. Injanuary
Sryi was in Jacksonville from the firstto 1941 he returned to Pensacola
the fourth of December and assistant flight officer and of-
conducted the Annual Military ficer-in-charge of the Gunnery IIPL
'Inspection of NARTU. He was School.
the guest of honor at the U.S. From September 1943 through
Navy Band's public concert in January 1945, RAdm. Fowler was
Jacksonville on December 2. in command of composite Squa-
_i ? a RAdm. Fowler Was born on dron 5, and Carrier Division Air .
May 13, 1913, in Fargo., N.D. Group 26 attached to Task Unit LOOKING'FOR MEN
f He entered the U.S. Naval Aca- 77.4.3. During this time his squa- TO BECOME RADIOANNOUNCERS
dron participated in thebattlesof
: Saipan, Palau, Leyte Gulf and !
w : Iwo Jima., Radio stations throughout the
fANNU4L Membership! "L TIt He served as Commander Attack country hire our graduates.And .
w _- Carrier Group 11 from Feb many of our studentsare
ruary 1947 to June 1948 aboard placed in stations before
the aircraft carrier USS Leyte.In graduation. demand
July 1952, the ,admiral reported '' Big year ..
) FRIDAY JAN. 27th 7:30, again, to the USS Leyteas after short year as,6 Intensive months.course Home as
..M.Y executive officer and in March Study Audiovisual.Find .
1953 became commanding officer
In 1960 RAdm.Fowler ported out if you could becomean
: to Washington, D. C.for duty as announcer-FREE testing
KING HALL JAX NAS.f and evaluation!
., Executive Assistant and Aide to I
the Chief of Naval Operations. FREE INFORMATION, MAIL:
On Aug. 23, 1964, he assumed .
r -? a command of Patrol Force Seventh Nome -
: s Entertainment 9 Door Prizes : Fleet, the Taiwan Patrol Force
r ,. J .- is the Naval Component ,Com- Rate/Rank _Age,
Refreshments Favors_ mand of the U.S. Taiwan De-
,t fense Command. As Force Commander Unit or Squadron_._._...

Business Meeting the admiral had Station
operational control of all naval
aircraft patrol squadrons in the COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF
Western Pacific as well as sur- BROADCASTING
face units assigned. 223 WEST ADAMS STREET

,i. ,,; -' ,". '- .. duties RAdm..of the Fowler Chief assumed of Naval Air the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, HAT. ,BANK" : ,BLDGf'." ., .
Reserve Training Tn Sep::;1965. ? ,..
Jax Nafti it.l The admiral had been awardedthe FLORIDA'32202
NavyCross.the Distinguished ((904)) 356.8351 _c.....

,. Flying Cross, the Air Medal with ,
,.s"( CREDIT liMON ; '. five Gold Citation Stars Ribbon., and PresidentialUnit :

JAX HAS BU"( 39 CECIL FIELD BLOC. 26 Services for the admiral were 'I
Ttl.364. 1391'or Bat. El.8507 SP '13211. E.i. 205Hourtt
H."lt Mon. Fri.9:30.1:30 Men. ",. 8:JO' )40j tery.

services were held at the Protestant -

I j BSftSSa ro TC ? ;ffi5 .....:. Chapel NAS, Jackson-
ville yesterday' at 2 p.m.

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. tC THURSDAY, January 26 HAS JAX (_ir. .,fr; j n'

"t NAS ''HELL ... : .:. ........ .... .' (..? .. .. .. .
: INN -- Tonight the Go Go : ,
ROES" with Steve Me will dance to i Wfi:1j :1l:1 :M:1j:: ::1: : 1:1: 1j:: ::::: W''::asvi::.i ':S{$:::}'Ci'J::;:::'rari::::::;;:;Y:+ih++::::si i:;;iri:;:;4 .. ''.}
: Queen music provided by MARCH WILSON AND THE REDCOATS. Tomorrow -
Fess Parker Nick Adams. ((90 the REDCOATS will again provide the dance music, from
;.: Mln.) 8 p.m. to 12:45,a.m. Saturday. THE KICKS will be star entertainers Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing! Co ,
HOSPITAL: THE UGLY from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. with THE STRANGERS taking over Saturday 1950BI nding< BI .'d. Jacksonville. Florida. 322JO. to" flrrjie pan>.
AMERICAN" : with Marlon evening. Sunday MARK CASTLE will be under the spot lights. not later than Tuesday for publication the Joltoitlna 7hun
Brando Arthur Hill Sandra Tuesday PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will return. Tuesday day Ads. arrluing too late for thts deadline will be published
,w Church. ((120 Min.) night, THE STRANGERS will again be "under the lights". Wed' the following. week UJ'I' ItS s t the publisher 'is fnitmeted"other-.
:,yt C. FIELD : "WACO" : with nesday at 7 p.m., will begin "Bingo". MELGARDEN'S LAZY wise. A check or money order for tht full. cost of had Must
Howard Keel Jane Russel.Terry RHYTHM GIRLS will be on hand to provide the dance music be received' WITH the copy for the, ad;

Moore. ((88 Min.) Wednesday Evening. "
O CLUB, --- Tonight will be the Beefeaters' Buffet from 6 DO NOT SEND CASH .
k FRIDAY, January 27 9. p.m. Tomorrow, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be Happy p.m.to RATE: Minimum charge '13 lin..,. .., . .' .12 00
Hour, and' Dance music will be provided by DO RE ME, beginningat P.r additional line ((4 words per line,. .Y. .o50!
NAS: "MADAME X" : with .8 p.m Tuesday night Is the weekly Foreign Dish Night, anda
Lana Turner,Ricardo Montalban, "German Dinner" will be on the menu..
f John Forsyth. (GOO Min.) CPO CLUB -- Tonight Is pizza night with pizzas AU The Way,
r' HOSPITAL : "HELL'IS FOR for $.75. Tomorrow from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. dance to music pro- DIAL 0 MATIC SEVERAL POSITIONS: Available
ti HEROES": with Steve McQueen, vided by MARK CASTLE. Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. THE 1967 ZIG ZAG in Jacksonville and Mayport:;
Fess Parker Nick Adams ((90 MOON LITERS will be the music makers. FRANK BINDERS COMBO in Nice console. Makes button-* areas. ,Military, background I .
Min.) will be on stage Sunday from 8 p.m. to midnight holes, blindhem, monograms.& would be helpful. A very rewarding -. '
C. FIELD : "THE UGLY fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5 career possible for the
AMERICAN" : with Marlon mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at Right Man. Write to the Region-
Brando Arthur Hill Sandra San Juan Open 9 9 & tal Director, P. O. Box' 13177, ,
Church. ((120 Mln.) Sunday 388-1551, ,Orlando, Fla.. 32809.
SATURDAY, January 28 2B, fam_rm. cent. heat corn- .
VISIT er lot, fenced yard, like new: .
CHICKEN" : with 'PoojKnotts, '. Fact. air, A/T, Power Steering DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771y' y
Joan Staley. ((90 Min.) Brakes, Seats Windows Deck, 0374' or 771 7874...
with Lana Turner Ricardo Mon- ; $1350 Phone NAS JAXExt596. u
talban John Forsyth. ((100 Min.) / vj
C. FIELD: "HELL IS FOR it'/6Arirtt tJ ft"ciC.fC"" < PRISCILLA'S CERAMICSMayco Leads To. Executive Career Znf
HEROES" : with Steve McQueen, ,: glazes Supplies, Greenware, Finance. ."A. .
Fess Parker Nick Adams. ((90 Pouring Instructon, Jenkins Do uou enjoy working with peop-d|
, Min.) .: kilns. Located between Cecil le? Are you ambitious for early '
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NA'S ,.
and 771 7036
,. lax: --Phone success? HFCs Intensive management '
.t, SUNDAY, January. 29 .OPEN'M0IM, THfrU SAT- UNTlt. 8 fM training program helpsyou ".

.-' .' .. FOR' SALE. ...' 66 ..CHEVROLET; become an executive quickly.
HOSPITAL: ".GHOST AND MR. ., Sport Coupe 6'cyl., PS,.R & H, Non ,selling Interviewing in
CHICKEN" : with" Don. Knotts 'IP'HO'N'E'EL: : ::39'22. ;. 16,000 mi. Besf! offer.over$1900 major 'pan .of the J Job. Age 21, .
Joan Staley. ((0g Min.) 67 VOLKSWAGEN "1500"Sedan, ;to 28. high school, grad., car .
C. FIELD: : -"MADAME X": red,brand new,Imprted by.own- : required. Straight salary with;
er, less than 1,000 miles. Best ': .
with Lana Turner Ricardo Mon-' Increases based performance:
talban) John Forsyth. '((100 Min.) offer over $1700. Contact Capt. Advancement opportunity;, security -' .
Woodson, Mayport. 246 7243. employee benefits.. Apply] 1 .
now at I .' .
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Free equity in my 10' x 50' HOUSEHOLD ',' I, w. '
i .
CENTER Mobile Home' 2 'BR, 1 1/2 .
Ii W. A4mm .,.,,,IMJUfigrinninQ MDftEY' Path, Completely furn., New 25 CORPORATION W. Forsyth Street,
water heater. 'New 220 'voltage
Inlet cable Reason for selling: 3734 Blandirg Blvd. ;,,,a
from 3050 Beach Blvd.
Am. buying' larger trailer. __
: year to yeanTtCHMlCOtO Monthly payments 63.52 1966 SINGER TOUCH & SEW "

s4s w. Located at ,Lot #34Sea Atlantic Sold $510. &beautiful 4 drawer ,,
f 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-3385 Trailer Park, Jax.BeadtAvail.. walnut desk Does all fancy ,.

r Feb. 1 Call Mr. Tarter (AF, designs button holes,etc.winds ., .
Ret) 249 4680, bobbin,ip machine Guaranteed r.
like new' $180 cash 'or .$9.00'.if''
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 BR, 1- month.' Agent. Calf SPl-'82ll'.
DRINKS FORH.lfPrlce 1/2 bath 'Take over payments anytime. '
ycj4 and pay closing costs. 6838 Bid SEWING MACHINE CO. .

dy Lane. .
f REFRIG..1\.1DIXm
QLADIES ADORABLE POODLE PUPPIES T.V. drapes, dinette set, andmany ]
u. ONLY .; C1 Pure black minatures AKC Items,. Call 384-3267 after

(: Jan FONfXl DANCING EVERY NIGHT pDRIVE.IH Shot, 13 Champion background, 4 p.m. I
l' Healthy, Playful Beauties, No FOR SALE $100 DWN. ORTEGAif!

cJarorl R f8 SERVICE shedding Sacrifice profit Hills, 3BR.Den,WtoW. Carpeti
264 2724. ''Move In Today. Total :
!Ian JOO J9EaRt\ MUFJ'H'{ price
11900. Call 384-3267 \
Gar. Apt. ,Beautif. furn., Heat FOR RENT OR FOR SALE ->.,.
& Air Cond. Bachelors or bus.. Houses & Apts. Equity', VA &'
.......------ WHOLESALE PRICES! people. FHA rejects. S50 & $100 down.

Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.,,
DmiIIIiI! SEWING MACHINES 264-2411, Orange Park Realty.-.

Uf f. fortrtk istmt BRAND NEW
Full size machine that button- I WILL DRIVE YOUR CAR TOt
HELD OVER holes, blindhem,monograms,and San Francisco or any city ink:,
2ND BIG WEEK"CHILLS 60 fancy designs. Original $269 Calif I pay my own expenses,'.
MONEY IN 1 DAY Now only $59.95 1948 Blanding gas, etc. SSgt. R.E.. Wilson-, .
AND 721-1468. Yw
,Blvd. at San Juan Open 9-9
& Sunday 388 1551. DOBERMAN:'
JAX .SEWING CENTER PINSCHER 12 mo. old.: ..Wlthlpapers .-


'-Time Magazine Cash for any purpos. Just phone and tell us how EFFICIENCY APT.FURNISHEDall $20, BUYSSINGER f
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much you want. Pick up the cash at your'conven- utilities. 4339 Tlmaquana Rd. .
/ence. Someoy service. 3889725. Sat. & Sun., weekdays Sewing Machine ]left in storage/*
after 5:30 p.m., good condition. Fully electric- .
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN Does everything,,-,complete with
Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.S attachments guaranteed.yours
You G.t
: f : REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION for storage ,charges $20 each. "'

5.00 355.79 21.00 ADVICE. 7 days a Call warehouse 353-1946 anytime
84.33 .
427.5J 25.00 week. Homes for sale$100 Dwn. Will deliver no obligation. -
J5J.80 9.00 29.00 Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. 1606 Main Street.A .
219.27 J3.00 SOO.51 Homesite Lots Acreage Invest-
J7.00 600.QO
ments. WALTER T. BOWEN, i I.. i ,fi
Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- tlk'
.1 1376. CON '-'*:
Above Payments Include Interest. SYMBRA BRASSIERE .: <,<
F.at. SULTANT Improve the average,, '
1:00 DIAL (5 BOAT FOR SALE17' SUPER- bust 28AA 52M cup Phone, :,
( .
3:10 wv v y Craft with Johnson and trailer. 264 6906 or 264 4061. ?
5:20 Dial 384.2374 Outriggers and 2. six 1 (
Ave. "
7:30 4727 Son Juan twelve gal. ,tanks',, wide beam,
Dial' 356-0735 ':
9:40 247 West Forsyth St. good for off shore. Good con- FOR SALE: OFFICERS'' AVIATIW .
1. ,52S6 Beach.'Boulevard/ .Dal( ':359.2895 ..ditlori *700 'Ptex '.387,;- 4451 GREENS, 38 'l'eIo"F.wAi.

. _" -, . ; .b* ,264.'rv2573ftrt5SA.atdi,4IIAIl--, cap and bridge. .. cap. .coYer.... ,,.
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Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 26, 1967_ i

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: CFHost for Tourney' Travlio Rolls 300 StingersTakeVaffons I

Y A-174S..rt., Wr..-UsA 62-57 .1
once-ln-a-lifetlme thrill fell In other bowling action, VA-" VA 44's Stingers won their
upon ace "Hellrazor" bowler. 174 has seven teams in league first game of the 2nd half of the
PR1 Al Trevina. Bowling for the competition at the Cecil Field basketball seasonby defeating the
Bowl-O-Matic "All Stars" at Bowling Lanes. The teams are: Vallons of VA 15, 62 to'57.
the Bowl-O-Matic Lanes on VA-174 Officers the Corsairs The Vallons having the height
Blaming Blvd., Trevino hit the the Rustlers the "Hellrazors", over the Stingers exhibited out' I
; bowlers' dream by bowling a the Hustlers VA-174, and the standing ball control and picked I
perfect 300 game. Trevino, who Pen-Pushers. The Pen-Pushers, y of their points. on reIn -
has been bowling for fourteen captained by PN1 Ed Burns, is bows -
years, rolled a 214 and a 199 currently in second place in their the first quarter the Stingerswere
4 along with his third game "per- Tuesday Early League. The hot AS they built up and early
6 fecto" for a 713 series. Need- VA-174 team is also in, second lead of 21 to 8.
less to say he holds the high place in their Tuesday Scratch After the Stingers had their
game and high series for his League. Their captain is Al lead, a series of fouls closed .' "
league. "300" Trevino. the gap as the second quarter '. .
Among the awards given to Turning to'basketball,VA174is ended 'with a score of 33 to 24.
Trevino were a "300" Patch .represented by the "Hell- The keyed- .Vallons came out "
and a Diamond Ring from the razors" Basketball Team in the In.the third'quarter striking hardas
I American Bowling Congress and Intramural League. The "Hell-v Murphy and Dinkins were
a $300 Bond from King Louie razors" were in fifth place at benched by fouls. Althoughthe
Shirts. the end of the first round of com- Stingers were handicapped
After the last pin a lingering petition with a 5.6 won-lost they still managed to keep their
seven, fell Trevino In a record. Team captain W.H.Dean lead. The determined
,, said "That was AZ2 predicts better results in controlled the backboards and
of the action .. In the the mostnervewracking experience the second round of play. decreased the Stingers lead to
ZAP POW. This Is tome you can .e ... ''
I've had fm
ever "The team is much improved, two ponts as the third quarter
('' near future. Feb. 4, Cecil: / will//| fee hosting an 'Invitational VofUyball on Cloud OF and I think we'll have a better ended 45 yo 43.
I Tournament. Then/ March/ 25, the Region/ Six/ Tournament' chance," Dean added. The team The fourth quarter found the
will// fee held/ aboard NAS Cecil.// All// this action will be /leading/ will be participating in the 'upcoming Stingers fired up as the tempo
k up to the "CraneFnafe", the ALL NAVY VOLLEYBALL COMFAIRJAX Tourna- changed and the Vallons started
E TOURNAMENT. This will take place/ In the Cecil// Field/ Gym ment to be'held at NAS Jackson' fouling while the Stingers were
April 17 21. ville January 2631. sinking the points With lust over
.. r one minute left In the fourth
t ; f. erv a 12 Turns Enter quarter the score was 57 to 55
and the Stingers were still
MILITARY( AUTO ,INSURANCEAll { 6ND TOlrl..tH holding their lead. However,
Stingers struck hard and fastto
Ranks All Ages is the list of teams en- end the 'game with a 62 to 57
4 tered: Naval Base, Key West; victory over the Vallons.
LOW RATES ComFairKeyWest Naval Station,
South Carolina; Naval Air Sta- Hornet
EASY MONTHLY tion, Glyrico, Ga.; 'Jacksonville sDump
L Navy; NAS Memphis; NAS San- "
ford; CNABTPensacolaNavCom; Public Works. :'.

PAYMENTS Sta, Pensacola; ComFalrJax;' .
ComSubFlotSix; and Host Com- Superstition didn't have any
TffEV/NO/ mand,NAS Cell Field. bearing on the V A-44"Hornets"as
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE they.took their 13th straight .
game defeating Public Works

; AGENCY LI ROLL] !OUT I THE I:i i BARREL i : 1 1J Department The, Hornets, 85,opened to 34. the" game, ..

at: with a ,man to man full court
4479 Rttstvftlt IM. 3"S-77t press, for the first six minutesof
the game. The Hornets were.
2990 Moyport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime able to sink six points duringthe
9 press, breaking away witha
J \ EVERY NIGHT IS 12 to 3 lead at the end of the
first quarter. ,
In the second quarter Baxter
MUSIC AND SINGING. began to pick up the reboundsand
P : '=>2J DELICIOUS VAfTSj/ / throw the ball down court
t ..x 1 OF PIZZA I I I'' LIGHT to Danny Bradley giving Brad-
S ley good position to put in
those extra points. By the end
of the
I' second quarter the undefeated -
,,, ..,.''. ; WRING THE FAMILY/ AND JOIN THE FUI Hornets built up their lead .
.. 33 to 9.Scoring.
32' points in the third
quarter the Hornets were fired
\ i'' Ye pu'U1 up and controlling the ball allowing -
J / *' ,, 1J 1Y 1// ',Public Works tosinkonlysix
;: ; ,: 4420 JUMP IN G points. The third quarter end
4 ed with the Hornets 65 and Public
1. :', ':) Works 15.
: : K. .
J .yx. The fourth quarter looked
'j. 'JM: NOBCT1ACHAME some -,what different as Public
: ;: I OPEN
I : :" Q Works started to make their .r.
-I' PONAST rebounds and sinking the ball '
sana 79 scoring 19 points.
I The Hornets still managed to

.' 4 _,. top Public Works by putting
WHERE SERVICE AND in 20 points giving them an 85
to 34 victory.

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Fliers. Scuttle Sanford; _,d7I\\ Whistling In a I.'r..rll liskttbdl I'

Patrick Here TomorrowHurray

The RiggingBy American League, .

for thelaxNavy Fliers. incidently Is our gym, Build- Team Won Lost Pct.
They added two more victoriesto ing Three. Seems not too many Lt. P. E. Jnlbodeau Supply 7 0 1.000
their Florida/Georgia Inter- fans have found it this year. Marines 7 1 .875VAP
service League total. Florida/Georgia Interservice Short one this week so,, here lie relations such as this makesus 62' 5 2 .714
Then there's: Double Hurray Standings as of last week: goes: and the Navy look good. VP 5' 6 3 .667
for the lax Navy Fliers;. it's TEAM Won Lost NJSC general membership All NJSC members are en- FAETU 5 .3 ..625ComFalr
nice to play when MacDill AFB MacDill AFB 15 1 meeting next Wednesday. Movieson couraged to join the IXS.: Naval 4 4. .51)0
isn't around. NAS Jacksonville 11 5 1966 Snipe Championships will Sailing Association. This organization AFEES 2.r!5,. ,. '.2ee
Well how'about: Hurrayforthe NAS Glynco- 9 9 be shown, we hope I All hands is world-wide, andthere Dispensary t t, fJ::; : .167
lax Navy Fliers. They bombed NAS Cecil Field 9 9 plan to attend. Weekly discus- are a lot of ,benefits in Communications i-7,,3"r .12
baskets at the cost of hapless Orlando AFB 8 8 sions on Wednesday evenings are belonging, such as having your' Officer's Mess 0" 8 ',; ,;=p
Sanford to the tune of 82-39 Patrick AFB 3 13 being well received by those at- NJSC sailing ratings recognized
'. last Friday and 73-57 Saturday. NAS Sanford 1 11 tending. Discussions are on at any Navy sailing activity. National .;;.
Only eight team fouls marred various subjects, for the benefitof .. LeagueI ,
Friday night's game, yet it's a all sailors, 7:30 p.m. at the All racing skippers notes I The ; t a '
Team Won' Lost Pcty}
virtual impossibility tohavebas- clubhouse. races scheduled: for February
ketball without fouls. Offensively Sailing lessons for prospective have been rescheduled to be run VW 4 6 'Pl; 0.' 1.000
the attack was marked by 34 members will coommence at at the Rudder Club on that date. VP 30 5' 1 ': '", '.e:33:
field goals and 14 free throws. 2 p.m Saturday, February 4. All other' races will be run as 679th Hospital 4' 2' .661
Balanced scoring was keynoted You may pick up a lesson bookat scheduled. 3 2' .60Q
with Rester Bryan,(Hosp.)notching ? the NJSC Clubhouse. ,Other t FICEUR. 2 IQ
high with 18. Other efforts books on sailing are avail- Don't forget, NJSC meeting NARTU 3" 4 .';29
included Jerry Allen, (Rec.) with able at'the NATTC and NAS next Wednesday: Races Sunday MARTD 2' 4 .333
16, and Larry McConley: (VW-4)) Libraries and the Navy Ex- Feb. 5, at the R.C., weekly discussions Weal 1 7 ;.125Flt.
. John Edmonds, (AMD),LouRada, change. These all contain a Wed. at 7:30 p.m., lessons / 0 7
(VP-30)) and Cliff Ormsby, (VW- lot of good information, helpfulto on Saturdays at 2 p.m., Squash ?' .
4)) all with 10 points a peace. the new sailor. next race Sunday Feb. 10 NJSC I Personnel anyone interested in starting
. ******** New clubhouse proposal is all ,classes. If that's not enoughto -
" .e., Next evening had Cliff Ormsby coming", along nicely with DaveLaytonTPublic keep you busy, I don't think I I a Squash or program intramural on basis an Individual -,
; the his 26 Works in the .
finding range as points ) pro- can help. contact the NAS Athletic Director -
',,:," gave him his productive cess of finishing up the drawings. ext. 585.
, ..'; game of the campaign and eve- Soon as he finished, we'll haveit ,
ning.Patrick ready for presentation to the ; '.f f
AFB comes to the Skipper. Other projects are .fI
Fliers roost this weekend for still in the embryo stage, i.e.,
.'.". games Friday at 8 p.m. and "Meat Th Fliers" new boats, jr. fleet, but are
Saturday at 7 p.m. The "roost" making progress.
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The scene sprightly is VP 30's Rada Lou is in Rada.his Gator Bowl Regatta. Good pub- j jw.

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leading scorer for- last year's- State University professor and Cedar Hills
Basktfballers plebe team. "John has given us quite possibly. Navy coach Bill
a steady, heady performance," Elias.
Smalley reports. "I personally In an independent survey received -
; Hop To Rtgrovp didn't think he would be doing here recently, Gordon L.
+ this well. One thing to rememberIs Wise, assistant professor of pfll
After Exams that he's averaging 20 pointsa marketing management at the
game without a lot of help.If Dayton, Ohio, Institution, ranks ti Sivi
t ANNAPOLIS, Md., -- Coach Tolmie continues at his pre- the Midshipmen 18th after an 7' 8&
Dave Smalley last week took advantage sent 20.0 pace in the final eight analysis of 120 collegiate sche- &:
of a two-week break in games, v he would become the dules. Navy's 10 foes totaled ,
'. basketball 'action to review his highest Navy scorer in seven 113 "power points.. "
team's progress in the first ten seasons. A slightly better Vanderbilt, a 35-14 victim of
games of the 1966-67 season. average would enable him to the Midshipmen last season,top
; The Midshipmen, currently become the best since Clune ped Wise's list as the institutionthat r' } :
.. set a single-season record with had the toughest road to
j caught in a four-game losing
1 steak are off until February 1st 634 points for the 1953-54 Navy travel in '1966. The Commodores at WILSON
who finished with a 1-9
for mid-semester examinations.
i They resume with George Wash- five.'ref'sSurveyTeks mark, edged Mississippi*' State &BLANDING
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