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: February 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company private. firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and nbt to be considered an official expression of any
i f "military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or'services advertised.

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t.t ." NAS Dental Dept.OffersThreeAgentProg.. Civilian PAO At NAS r w

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During the week of February 6-10, the NAS Dental Department
t. will provide stannous Flouride Preventive Dentistry Treatment
to dependent children who are in the ninth and tenth grade and f
whose sponsor is oh active duty to NAS or tenant commands.The F
t treatment will be by appointment only during the hours of
t 4-6 p.m. Appointments may be made by the sponsor presenting
R himself at the NAS Dental Department Appointment Desk during
r normal working hours of the week where they will be given a .
r definite appointment and furnished the necessary materials and
instructions j 9 y i. .a./.M;, kN. .4t v iM Wn} jl
f The program is being pre-
sented in conjunction with the Credit liol'HoldsMeeting

,.. Council on Dental Theraputics s ar ep, t :
,.. of the American Dental Asso-
ciation. The program is com- j
monly referred to as the Three ,m ,
Agent Program. The Navy began W Y
employment of this programin The fifteenth annual meetingof
o. 1958 at the Submarine Center the Jax Navy Federal Credit _
New London Conn specifically Union was held last Friday, at
to be applied to large groups of King Hall, NAS JAX.
I.:rr, personnel between the ages of The purpose of the meetingWas
r 17-24 years. to present the annual report -
The first step of the program to the membership which Includes -
involves preparation, which Is over 20,000 military and ,
.. accomplished by the chewing of civilian personnel as well as retired r yt s.M. y y'Y'Y St 7
a'disclosing tablet which contains personnel using the facility.
a harmless food coloring designed Election of members to the
:, to stain the teeth to reveal Board of Directors and the Credit r
the areas,containing plaque (food Committee was'also held Those
debris and residue). Once the elected included Rod D. Pinney,
'., areas are disclosed, teeth, Donald R. Moran,'and Gdr. John
_ sheaf} ,he brushed to remove the AJ Chapman' JI, all of ,who will / / :
F/rsf ; ToNaval
.,. existing plaque. .- serve 3. yr, el'JI1S..on.t Board*, '" : : :Replace: :: '
secondtep'Involvethe; ..,of,Directors.Eleatrt to the Credit 'ir'
Committee Haven A.Mor-,
administration' ,a solution of were
stannous flouride,.,which will be rlslon,'Jr. ( :3 yr.term)and Thomas 'Officer As ''PAOt
done at the dental ,clinic. This ,W. Mincey ( 2. yr. term) -t
solution will 'remain on the teeth Treasurer, J.F. O'Connell
for fifteen seconds. The patient presented the treasurer's report
should not eat or drink anythingfor together with a slide presentation The first civilian Public Af- tions throughout the U. S., and In September,''1965. ,. -(}
the next 30 minutes so as to reflecting the,financial accom- firs Officer to be employed by overseas. Lcdr. Purvis is a native of ,
allow the solution to react with plishments of the Credit Union NAS Jacksonville Mr. Arthur Mr. Slocumb is replacing Lair. Cleveland, Ohio. lie attended ;
the teeth. and other current statistics. A. Slocumb, 335 Doctors Lake Ronald S. Purvis former Public Ohia State ,University and later .
The third step involves: a daily Manager, Frank'J. Kucera re- Drive Orange Park Fla., assumed Affairs Officer. Lcdr. Purvis the United States Naval Academy.
'. brushing after each, meal with* pbrted on the new services pro- his new duties hereon maintained this billet together from where he took his Bachelorof I
stannous flouride toothpaste.The vided by the credit union during Monday of this week.In with other corresponding duties, Science degree.
four approved brands are Crest 1966. These services included years past, this duty .has Including NBC Officer ( Nuclear, Lcdr. Purvis is married to
Cue. Fact, ,and Super Stripe.., data processing counseling COn- been performed by 'a Navy Officer Biological and Chemical Officer). former Miss Lynne Elizabeth I
. Capt. E.T. Nialon Com, sumer facts, and education loans. but has now beei converted He shall now assume 'full' time Willis. They have three child
manding Officer Dental Department Mr. Kucera also mentioned some to a civilian position to bet- duties in this field. ren, Ward Scott age 3, Blair
stated: "I am confident of 'the anticipated services for ter utilize available military Lcdr. Purvis was orginally Elizabeth'Martin age 2, and Hea-
'which Include Line-of VT21 NAAS ther Lee ,Anne 4 mo. The
that a seventy percentreductionof 1967 manpower and effect better continuity assigned to, age
cayities ,will be achieved, Credit Loan Program, Increased In the'station's informa-. Kingsville, Tex. He assumedhis Purvis family resides at Pine-
duties at NAS, Jacksonville vllle Drive: Jacksonville.
this program is followed In a (Continued on Page 2)) tion program. t
conscientious manner." In his new position Slocumb : Ii
. serves as a special assistantto Open Invitation For cHAS
Captain Martin J. Stack, NAS Exam DateAnnounce4
'Mad Foxes' Conduct Jax Commanding Officer In administering Personnel/

the, station's pro- The Florida Publishing F
gram of Community Relations Company has extended an invitation -
Internal Relations, and public to the personnel. NAS ,
Chance CommandCommander contact with news media., JAX',to see their first annual ,
Mr. Slocumb comes to NAS Service wide International Vacation and'
--- - --- --- Examinationswill
---v from the Florida Sector Com- be given at 7:30: a.m. in Travel Show to ,be held on'
John V. Josephsori has relieved Commander MarvinD. mand, IV U. S. Army Corps the Blue Jackets Inn for all personnel February 10, 11 and 12, at the j
Marsh as Commanding Officer of Patrol Squadron FIVE in Jacksonville where he servedas who are eligible ,for participation -' Jacksonville Coliseum.The .
ceremonies:: at the Squadron's NASla.cksonvillehangar.. Commander Public Information Officer In the February, 1967, show'wlU be made up
, Josephson} had served as the "Mad Foxes' Executive Officer for that command for the past examinations. Dates .for,,the examinations of approximately 150 exhibits
' since January, 1966. four years seven months. are as follows: E -4, from all over the world. The
'Commander Marsh. will ,assume command of Patrol 'Squadron Duty at NAS is not new to Tuesday, February 7, E. 5. p.S.Navy recruiting office is
Thirty one at NAS Moffett Field near San Francisco.Commander Slocumb as he was editor of the Thursday February 9, ''E .- 6. one of the exhibJtors.
was born in Deer Lodge, Montana and is?, station's newspaper, The Jax Air Tuesday, February 14, and E 7 Courtesy passes will be
a ,graduate of the United States Naval Academy Class'of 1949. News for more than a year Thursday February 16. available for all personnel in I
After a ,short tour' of duty aboard USS MIDWAY, he attended flight during 1961 62, before accepting Pay Grade E 3 examinations unlimited numbers. These .'
training' at Pensacola Fla., and ws designated a Naval Aviator the position with IV U. S. will be administered Tuesday tickets may be obtained at the .
on_ Oct 2O. 1950Following ) .. W--! Army Corps. February 21, in the Educational Special Services Office \
i his designation as N Prior to his original employ- Services Testing Room, Bldg. Building 704.
Naval Aviator, he served with ment at NAS Slocumb was News 955. Personnel are reminded The Invited personnel (include '
Transport Squadron Three until Editor of The Sampson In that all requirements must: be officers, enlisted men
o 1953 when he was assigned to a r p dependent, a Clinton, N. C. completed and participation requests the families of these men
the Naval Academy where he ,weekly newspaper, for more than submitted to the Educational as well as any civilian personnel -
served as an Electronics one year before resigning to Services Office not later connected I with NAS
Instructor until August 1955. I. come to NAS Jax. than Feb 1, Personnel who have JAX. .
He next had duty with Patrol :; Working with the military is previously participated and! I
Squadron Eight and Fleet ,Air ,. /fi?. old hat to Slocumb who retired failed examination and those who /. s4 .
WingThree. Commander Josepson +y' r+ from the U. S. Marine Corpsin failed to show up examination
was then transferred to the .., '': .. 'tv, I I'J. Ii 1960 after 20 years active are required to resubmit par- "" 'j'.: '. 1.
.. Bureau of Naval Personnel duty During his military sr- ticipation requests. Personnelwill W/AT'S/NS/DE/ ? ."'';
t where 'he, served as Aide and .... .. ',' vice 15 years of which werespent muster at 7:50 a.m. on
Flag Lieutenant to the Chief of as a combat correspondent Tuesday, February 21, in the 0.
Naval Personnel later as Aide lotographer and press chief, Uniform of the Day with I. D. See pages 6 & 7 for 'Special

(Continued on Page 2)). e served at many sta cards. photo feature.

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. EDITORIAL ,P",.. l t < < rr

] A: Deep DownPridei' l c, ROMAN vine' '*CATHOLICSt. oe'f r vices: l''

By Ed Sowo

A last minute buffing of a highly spit-shined shoe the fastidious Edward's Chapel .
picking of lint off a newly cleaned and pressed dress blue uniform ,
and the last minute adjutment of neckchief or tie. are among the WHAT WHERE AND WHEN
scenes witnessed last Friday as personnel of MAS JAX'prepared SUNDAY MASS -' -0900&1100 ,
themselves for a dry-run inspection for the forthcoming COM- DAILY MASS.1145
NAV AIRJLANT Comprehensive Inspection February.With SATURDAY MASS1045
the preparations for these inspections come the usual ConfessionsSaturday SPORTS
moans and criticisms as to what a bother all these inspectionsare. 1700 1730 & 1900-1930; ,
Monday February; 6 Y .y4. "*";' "t"
Yet once.. everyone is assembled for the inspection itself <
there ,may be heard comments and warnings of another nature. "BASKETBALL": J.U. vs. Georgia Tech. All,tickets 50

Such sayings' as "Watch out for my shoes" ,"How's my neck- U.S; Naval/ Hospital Wednesday, February 8"BASKETBALL" ,
chief look?", "Are my medals straight?", and the like may be : J.U. vs Fla. State. All tickets. 50
heard. Why the sudden change? 21
Tuesday February
SUNDAY MASS - 0800 '" u. Vi(a;.0
1 1 FIRST FRIDAY MASS -1205 "ICE HOCKEY": Fla. Rockets vs. Knoxville;f..;Ticlcetsw'Reservedul.25 ,
and $1.00 Gen. Adm. 75 '

Chapel Annex Building 722: OTHER EVENTS
Tuesday, February 7
Saturday's 1000 <

PROTESTANTAll from 7 p.m. till 12 a.m. Favors for all. Prizes,for best costumes
Dance Contest.
Saints Chapel "LITTLE ANTHONY AND THE IMPERIAL. ": Presented by
SUNDAY'S Jacksonville University. Tickets; $1.50.
0800 -----Holy Communion
Saturday, February 18 ..
0930 & 1100- -Divine.Worship "VALENTINE DINNER DANCE"? held at'the' "0" Club.., Dinner

SUNDAY SCHOOL served from 7 p.m. till- 9:30 p.m. Dancing from 8: 30 p:m. till
-------chapel- Annex 12:30: a.m. Reservations necessary. Prices: Couple$7.50, Slngle-
722 $3.75. Contact Main Desk "0" Clifo.
Building ". Saturday, February 11 '

------choir Rehearsal

2000 Christian Science Service
C.U. Meeting

Perhaps deep down inside every sailor is proud of the uniform 0930 ,- -(Small Chapel Chapel Women's) Gullo (Continued from Page 1))
that he wear This is the way it should most assuredly be. It facilities unit representatives
may be a lot of fuss and bother getting ready for an inspection U. S.NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's and expanded counseling and debt
but the final product Is something to marvel at. Suddenly before adjusting services.
- 100C
your very eyes, you' may see assembled a group of spit-and-polished Captain Martin J. Stack, CO
individuals that reflect the entire tradition and heritage of the of NAS JAX, made a speech before -..
United States Navy. All the pomp and circumstance that is considered CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT the gathering of the member- t tCA
sentimental and ,old-fashioned suddently becomes current ship. In his speech, Capt. Stack tJ J
and meaningful. When an individual receives a compliment his Today- stated: "I am not only attending
chest swells, and all that he) has done to prepare himself assumes Choir Practice at 7 p. m. is Commanding Officer of this
a.real significance.It Sunday-, station but also as an interestedand N
is a relative impossibility that each sailor maintains an inspection Sunday School at 9:30 p. m., participating member
type appearance in the course of his everyday duties and Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.' Observing'this! group here tonight
job, but the attitude of pride in uniform and the tradition behind it Communion on the first Sundayof Illustrates the true TA1H. RrIH J. STACK/ "
should pervade his spirit.. Grease stains and typewriter ink should the month.. character of ''a credit' urtion '
not mask the true meaning.of the uniform, namely, a symbol of the a democratically operated cooperative speaks as on* cr.clltunion
highest spirit of } that an individual may manifest CATHOLIC organization established member to another (above).
pride of country trough service in the United States Navy. Daily- for the mutual financial SOME OF MORE''THAN 20,000

11:20. m. Mass welfare of its members, who are members of the Jax Navy Federal .

Death Claims Navy .CommanderCdr. Sunday- its owners." Credit Union (Below).
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- 'Reports were also made by
fessions heard before each Mass. Carl W. Player, Chairman of
Issac F. Jones, Jr. cently returned from an ex the Credit Committee and by ,
Commanding Officer of Attended deployment to South, W.F. Hamilton Chairman of the
tack Squadron 15, based at east Asia where he wad awarded Supervisory Committee.
NAS Cecil Field, and winner the six air medals and A film concerning family debt
of Six Air Medals, died ear- In Vietnam. Traffic problems was also shown. ThrUm "I'll''
ly Sunday morning athishome Cdr. Jones is survived by was entitled "Till Debt Do
in Jacksonville. his wife, the former Sally ViolationsTotal Us Part." Following the readingof
Cdr. Jones was born In Peal Thompson, of Augusta, the minutes, elections were
Augusta, Ga., he attended Ga., and two children,Ere and held for the Board of Directorsand
the Citadel at Charleston, S. Franklin. number of days since last the Credit Committee.
C., until entering the, Navy The funeral was held at the This week - -- -16 Refreshments were served at
In October, 1947. He was Giddens Griffith Funeral Total Accidents his year through the meeting, and each attending ".. ''
designated a Naval Aviator in Home Monday evening and January 30----------; 25 member was given a portfolio ( "
August 1949. Memorial services were held Number of Accidents through containing Information, reports ,, "
The squadron to which Cdr.. at the NAS Cecil. Field Chapel January 1967 - '- 25 -and-- 2. favor". .
,Joneswas assigned has re- yesterday.Chaplain's "MAD FOXES" CHANGE OF COMMANDand
Total number of days since
Flag Lieutenant to the Commander sonville where he served from
MessageA last injury in a motor vehicle in Chief U. S. Naval December, 1962 until April,
accident - - 10 Forces Europe. 1964.

Nunver of violations August! 1961, he entered the After his.tour with Patrol
This week - - -93
Most Human Man Speeding -----------1', ? Naval War College at Newport, Squadron 16, the Commander I
Reckless Driving3Going R. I., followed by the'duty with served as Naval Assistant to the 1
By Dean K. Veltman, CDR, CHC, USN through Stop Sign4. Fleet Airborne Electronics Military Aide to he President 1 1j
Training Unit and Patrol of
Squad the United
until August,
the life and of Other Violations69
There are legends surrounding writings
He then
ron Thirty. reported to 1965 for
he awarded
Abraham Lincoln. As the biographers have found out it is difficultto 29 drivers appeared before Patrol Squadron 16 at NAS Jackthe Commendation was .
separate fact anf fiction concerning the acts of the truly great the Traffic Hearing Board at Navy Medal.
men of history. We, as ordinary mortals, seem only too willing the meeting held on January 31.
to provide our heroes with super-human qualities. Disposition of the cases included
President Lincoln, like us, was a very human, mortal man. He the following: 4 lost driving and =
would have been the first to deny any super-human attributesthat parking privileges aboard station
later were to be given him. His love of a divided nation, for various periods; 5 were I
his dedication to his task, and his humble dependence upon God's assigned to complete an eight- 'The
help formed the background for his greatest triumphs.} Hiw power- hour course in remedial drivingat JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News- 1
ful Gettysburg Address came during a period when our!: beloved NATTC; none were assignedto paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
country was experiencing the most terrible devastation of the complete a six-hour course in Station, Jacksonville, Florida/ by the Holt Publishing
four year war. He would have been the last to say that this gem remedial driving at Jax Police Company, a private firm. All Copy 'submitted for use In.
of writing would be of such enduring value. Academy; 3 received suspen- the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
That which we do, and by which the world will remember us, may sions; 12 were given warnings; Affairs/ Office, Box '2, HAS Jacksonville, fcy2.00/ noon
come about in spite of those activities which we consider most im 6 dismissed; 4 fined (U.S.Com- ;
portant. They may be the very things which develop unconsciouslyin missioner); and 11 referred to on Monday before publication. News terns welcomed II
our lives. They might easily be the very things we don't even commanding officers for possible from all sources Telephone EV 9.7711?, Ext. 8162.
know or recognize in ourselves.But disciplinary action. 29 Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and
the basis of our immortal acts will be a common one. It is drivers were assesed a total of queries concerning such should be directed to:
tied up to the value of that in which we,believe to that is which we 80 'points. The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. '..
place our faith. Deciding to live for that which is greater than our Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451 .
own small selves is a conscious act. We can make this decisionor
refuse to make It. The abiding results of our lives may Buy U.S .:. .
when the right choices are made, be unknown to us personally, but Savings ".- .. VOL. 24 NO. 43 'uFEifRUA fy"2; '1967Y _
achieve great significance when the lives of other our nation, and Bonds I "
our world declare them to be Immortal.
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February 2, 1967 JAX NEWS/AFTERBURNER// Page 3

I First; Tour: In Yuma A Success ', ',.
j "f. r. I ; I'

-. J...n'uary24.1967'sawthereturnof New Books at Libraryiplt
The recent deployment Weapons.} training; the
Attack Squadron ONE rine Corps Air Station the shoulder" and! By Sharon Arnold Librarian ., '
SEVENTY FOUR the world's was highlighted by the "pop up", lay down" de- ,
first A THE WOMEN AT PINE CREEKby Sheriff Will knows that a powerful '
7A squadrons, to HAS ordinance delivery were employed. In con-
Cecil Field. This marked the Allis McKay. In the early crime syndicate is seeking .
was accomplished while weapons delivery, '
end of Its 'first weapons trainIng Proceeding: ,to Arizona altitlde,10 degree dive 1900's, the Holister sisters Al- a foothoU In the city, but his ;'
deployment to Marine Corps 7A proved its long degree dive and 45 degree thea and! Mary. arrived at Pine one-man battle against the syndicate -;;"
Air Station Creek Landing' in Washington to at risk of his life, [Is
Yuma. Arizona. ability by flying nonstop statics were practiced In
Since the acceptance'of the Cecil Field to San Diego to considerable practice take up an inheritance of 50 handicapped by city officials who +
first" fleet A 7A aircraft by Pacific Ocean,'and then Additional valuable acres of land and a rundown feel that Will at 63 is too old
the Navy and VA 174 In Octo- ing to Yuma nonstop. \ was accrued from mul- house. This is the story of for his Job.
ber 1966 the squadron has been winds for the flight coordinated strikes and the lives they built in that rug-
engaged In an Intensive ..programof in excess of 110 knots. close' air support gedly challenging land' and the
transition training. The Led by Commander D. exercises in the Cho men they found; to share It.P's ..,
nucleus of the flight programis commandng officer of Mountain Luke Air Force HONDA
centered around 22 pilots Squadron ONE SEVENTY and 29 Palms (Calif.) im FOR' PROCESS by Frank
These pilots are all well qualified .twenty pilots were able to areas where live ordnance O'Rourke. Pandora Price
having:'been Iti'struct rs previously !. and improve simulated utilized. gathers together a group of a- MOTORCYCLES
in.A 4 and F 8 ventional and nuclear deployment departed Cecil moral colleagues to pull off the W. Civ Merchants Or.tn Stamps,
aircraft. delivery at the desert with six aircraft. While most audacious ingenious and
The backbone of the A 7A range located in close this complement was complicated bank robbery ever Open Dally 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
effort is provided by ten avia- mity to the Marine to a total of eight conceived so complicated in Sat. 8 a.m.-6
tion ground officers and 430 Station'in Yuma.In The first group of fact that she is sure she can p.m.
enlisted personnel. It Is their in pilots were rotated mid- make off with the, loot while Closed Sundays
\ responsibility not only to main- support of flight through the deployment her partners are dodging cops.
: tain and service the aircraft tions in Yuma three the ground officers and en- But everyone is double-crossing MOTO'RS"CYCLES
'; but also to provide the train- ficers and 98 key d personnel remained everyone' else In this hilarious
ing for other maintenance per- sonnel carried the the entire training caper and an honest crook hasn'ta
sonnel being assigned to future load. As a result This initial A 7 wea- chance.A .
; A A '''squadrons of the Atlantic excellent traing deployment to MCAS PROPER PRICE William 4949 Standing
Fleet.In ties ( attack missions) was classified by the by
addition to the normal fun- flown in the ensuing three officer as an un- sheriff's Groninger. A story of an aging; PH 771-8244
ctions of squadronchargedwi.h period. This amounted led fight against corrup-
a success. .
tion in southwestern '
Replacement Aviation Maintenance average of 2 1/2 a city. f I
Personnel training VA174 day per pilot and 5
has the distinction of being the per day for each hi
"model manager" ,for the A7A A 7A performed In
aircraft for the Navy. All that standing manner with or
VA 174 does Is another "first"so sorties being lost due to IS THIS YOU ? 4 A > '' TJ ', ,' ,
the HellRazors are writingthe tenance or systems : : ;1,
book for this the, Navy's of the aircraft. :
newest addition to Its.aresnalfor Pilot training
freedom. of :
types weapon
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Base Actions ..t'u' .. : 4. _.. .' '.. .
DOD 't.- "tlon..' : '. : :. ,."' ,tt.r, : .
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To Save $47.4 Million .. '. .. \ ', "t ., ,' .' '
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billion _." : .." :. "" M. ,. !., '-" .. .i. ,. \ .'.'
$7.3 "
Defense McNam- is "
figure "
Secreatry ; :; .. .'..; M.. .1I iiIIIIIri r
ara's latest 'move' to consol- reported the previous : ,....,.'.. .. .. .....'. ...'.....j/:/.-:',', ". ..,t. .:.-.-,, ., H, .'f1,,,,JIJJ",(, !. .. i.,{' ,""_"!' \_ ,., .
because \f + .
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idate, reduce or discontinue 39 mostly .\ -!\. !> J!' \ \ ', "' ,'.;' ''''''''''l ''' .. \
and 1. .... ",.' ; ,'" : ...."f.:''.... '" i" '" ," t:1.::.1-,1f'; Iii','t' ....i.i' ht; ./ :' :\ ; 'I''
DOD .activities brings total pensive equipment ,, ; .. Ii' <. ; ." 11. n.t J ;H ? ;' .
actions over the past Jive'years and increased costs of I : T -1<0 ...,' .'( <,(,("' ) VM{:; "' .', 'ffI; !: *l. ., s: tttf, irIr$4, 'l1 I:' t4'r' .
to ; : ,.|T % improved facilities.The ...:." .w"h, I' ," '" d, t.t.,...;+ J. fJMtJ, M. .. p'fi.r. ,..,. ; ,} '" ', ,., :
I'jlnY 19 anmuncementinvolves ; greatest portion .. ..'. ..r't', ; ",w" .'.t-, }j., 1I'. ('!, J., "...t. ,. ,''-il ',f .it,,. .it. ..;<' "t" P.It.t..t1.'; "' ','tfii' I fl.r
actions to be takenat billion or 47.7percent, .'t"..': .\ ;. _.','\' ''' .)'''<' ',. 'j.f(1'J.. \ 'If"' ': '!. ... .
33 stateside and six overseas of weapons and supporting HG'f :::" : : \ } .M.\" "
activities, producing an estimated ment assigned to : : : ':
annual savings of $47.4. units. : :' / :: ; {

million., When completed a reduction Second highest is ,: ,, : ; ,:
of 4,358 civilian and perty valued at $38.4 :
military personnel will be In- 20.9 percent. Next Is the .
volved. tory of equipment and '
.r' ;
t I'
Secreatary McNamara-said all needed to support '. "
the actions are being taken with- ,ces. This Is valued Graduate \ .. '. '
College ,- .
out. decreasing military ef billion or 20.6 percent. .. : .,"'Yo'
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fectiveness"limiting this coun-' Navy again reported the ; i lr't.::< '; '\ ,
try's future activities in South-. value of property of all 2. :Top half of Graduating:(Class S.:;::: ;r i-i, s ,!" : .... .,;;; ., ;' ::\)
., *. _:G ; )1: :
$73.9 billion $4.2 bill -fc M "
east Asia. at and 40.3, .\.. :, :,,'t ''.. ift: ) .. ,,.t, \."..;.-...,.. i
When the 917 actions crease percent 1' '' ., .,
are com- ,"
3. 27 old or under": :;. kJt, 'e. '
pleted the secretary said an total. Air Force showed years ,7': : \ fr.?:', ..'
'J., .
:' '
$1.3 billion h'
billion ?
a .
annual savings'of morethan $1- : .. .. I .. :
billlon'will be realized. lion and Army a $1.8'reported billion $Inc '.4.. To be released from active duty orfor_ : ; .'r. ;> ; 4
The also announced. ..",' ,
secretary : !
inactivation of 14 U.whose S. Army before. 1 July I 67', ,.'.."r':.::,': :.in-.. +. ,I ,?:\' ,: \
Corps headquarters. primary : '
\ : :
functions are to super- 5. Seeking a career opportunity' in Florida;{;;*: w'. .
vise units of tile,Army Reserve. ,
This ;action will be' completedby Red White And with a company where promotions are. ',' <. ., '

Actions December involving 1968.the overseas. : based on merit and demonstrated '. ; .. .
activities will not be announced Mobile Ho me :
performance. .>' 4 *( ,
until governments,, .concerned '
have been consulted. However You B etch !
the actions, are in''the Northern I :- If these qualifications fit you, and if you ., ,
Pacific and Western
Hemisphereand '
are interested in participating. in strong .
when completed will producea ': :. fc-
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Total Defense Department under year-the Cdr. Gustave "A" Sundquist BudgetCostly
end strength
manpower Executive Officer Behind The SceneBY
FY68 budget will increase -- Jr., the Naval /
Air Technical TrainingCenter
65,800 -- will go to Army
here died at 7:30: a.m. Monday The American Red Cross has BEVERLY MOORE
the Marine Corps registering a
I 14,290 gain and the at the University of Florida Medical Just emerged from its busiest and

I Navy 8894.manpower Manpower will go Center Gainesville.Fla... costliest year ,since: World WarII. r. E
Force. The a brief illness.
down for the Air;
Most of the activity was con-
decline comes through a 13553.
reduction in enlisted strength.The Cdr. Sundquist was born in centrated services and recrea-
Air Force will add 3,485 St. Louis Mo., M.um18. 1917. tion for military forces in
officers during FY68.OUTDOARDS. He attended Texas Western Vietnam. Caring for victims of
College in El Paso Texas priorto Hurricane Betsy also demanded
entering the Navy as a Naval personnel and funds for disaster
;IhletM'ri"a Aviation Cadet In March, 1941. relief. The Red Cross spent a
more than $120 million during
Among his many awards and! 1965-66.

decorations were the Air Medal World Wide services to the 4 h
with one Gold Star, PresidentialUnit Armed Forces and veterans

Commendation, American created the greatest Red Cross
Defense Service Medal Am- expenditure. A monthly averageof

erican Campaign Medal,Asiatic- 84,000 were helped military
Pacific Campaign Medal World installations and medical faci

War II Victory Medal. lities. Chapter workers gave
i I Boats-Motors- 141,400 services each month to
Cdr. Sundquist is survived by
families and 37,600 ser-
his wife the former Barbara
I I Trailers vices each month to families of
Headlogger of San Francisco, veterans.
Calif., and sisters.
Sales&ServlceWY.11ORANGE two
Twelve thousand servicemen
Burial services were held yes- received assistance last June

I PARK terday at the Arlington National alone. In;June, 1965 only 2,000
Cemetary and memorial ser asked for aid. WARM GREETINGS WERE EXCHANGED as the Brazilian

... 264-9835 .M.4 vices were held at the All Saints In addition Red Cross volun- sailors were reunited with their families offer several monthsof
Chaple here yesterday. teers helped collect blood from separation. The trip for the dependents was sponsored by

voluntary donors, and taught the Brazilian .
courses in first aid, water safety
SBob's and home nursing. Volunteersalso
Oak Hill served with other agencies As the afternoon unfolded at the The families of EMI Aydrlo .

helping the poor, the sick and WAS Golf Shade last Wednesday Pereira Da Silva EMIJose

' Pure Service CenterOpen the physically handicapped.The NATTCs Golfers and their dependents Anlsio Pereira and EM2 Paulo
American: RedCross col- gathered for the award Mendonce Brazilian Petty Of-
lected 2,994,200 units of blood and Presentation ceremonies ficers currently attending the
for your convenience 6 a.m.10 p.m. during the past year including conductedby Cdr. Cooney. Intermediate Course of AE ((8))

168,750 units for military use. AE' (B) team was the First School, arrived last Saturday at

road service pick-up & delivery Cost of the Blood Program was Place Team with team Captain Imeson Airport from Brazil.
$15,568,242.Red AECS Peterson followed up with The Brazilian students have

mechanic on cllf,...A..erlcl.-.F; Foreign Ctrs Cross emphasis in 1965- team mates: AVCM Van Sant Just completed a 15 .week English .

66 was on youth, and youth;) pro- AEC Lemire AEC Freytag AE1 language course at. Lackland
103rd &. James Rd. grams from elementary schoolto Bailey, AE1 Spencer AE2 Me AFB Texas.This .

771-9156 Jacksonville Fla. college students provided assistance Knight and not forgetting AE1 is the first trip to the

valued at 778300. "Sandbagger" Schlegel. United States for the studentsand .
"Sandbagger" Schlegel as his their dependents.: '

team mates call him also tied .
with AOC Andrews of AOTestingfor AE ('A) School Honorman of the

the LowGross Trophy.. Dur- Week is Lance Corporal Gary A.
: :' ''' f li ; "'{ <' ::\' 11''' i ': .' I.I I. ing the trophy presentation there Kern who completed the school
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one from the NATTC's Golfers'and .
k "v* .r' ; LETt j the other from'BuPers. coff of Class 634A of AO (Act
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:. L Civil l Service ,NewsMEMBERS : ; Position CSC Announces ':" 1; .

VacanciesThe March Clerical rest,

following vacancies have ':
been announced under the Merit The Civil Service Commissionhas ment number, S
Promotion ProgramofNASJacksonvllle. announced an examination for 3. The city, state and code !
., Additional details Office Aid to be held March 11, number of the place where you
wish to take examination.For
taining to these announcements 1967.Clerical
and the scope and requirements of positions (Career example a person wishing to
the program may be obtained Type) 'at Grades GS-1, GS-2, and ,be examined inJacksonville
from the Industrial Relations De GS-3 throughout the United would show "Jacksonville, Fla.
partment. States. including Washington, 25.04. Send the application to:
Cost D.C. and Puerto Rico, will be U.S. Civil Service Commission ;
Accountant (GS-9)--)
Office Aid desk, Washington,
Closes February 14. filled from' the list of eligibles .
established. It will not be usedto DC.204l5.
Position Classification
Specia- office Applications must be receivedor
fill summer jobs,
listGS( ) -Closes February 13.
postmarked not later than
machine operator (except
Employee Development Officer ,
aril! Feb. 6,1967. Additional information -
D.C.), stenographer
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be, obtained from the
typist positions.To may ,
ruary 10.Supervisory Man- apply for the examinationfill Industrial,Relations Department,
.. Inventory
Extensions 405 or: 526.
out CSC From 5000A-B which
agement Specialist (GS-11)---)
Closes February may be obtained from the Industrial

Supervisory Aerospace En- Relations Department r-j
gineer, (GS-11)) ..-Closes March and from most Post Offices. Be
17. sure the submitted applicationshows ,','
the following:
1. "Office Aid" the title
OF the Equal Employment Opportunity Program of the examination as }
,Board whose work was discussed in last week's Air News 2. "No. 402" as the announce- KingsleyMOTORS.a
jndua'e' ((1 to 1)), Don Rohweller, Winton Carter, ,Chairman Cdr.
Robert Kunkle, Kathryn (Robinson, Capt. Martin J. Stack,John RidWhiteAndBlackMakcAGoodLooking
Bowman, Michael Cascone, and Robert 0. Johns. .fNot pIctured 0 -- .,.

,f Samuel Baldwin). 'The Board serves In an advisory ,capacity
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accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: ? 38S-3WK 63 VW KHARMANN CIA;":
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J. R. TO:. Electronics Technician ,GS 11 Service Life Insurance Life and 64 RAMBLER CLASSIC.,
NETTLES, Edward A. TO: Leadingman, A/C Engine Mechanic Insurance Federal Employees held by Group a federal 4 -, Door, Air Conditioned'i! };
WARD, Hugh C. TO: Leadingman, A/C Engine Mechanic employee. However, a veteran THEMROCK R &H. \.
WOOTEN, Kenneth G. TO: Welder(A/C "A") r may not hold more than $10,000of /( ,
BROWN Horace C. TO: Industrial Tractor Operatof. '
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.KRESS' ,Robert I.. 'TO: .Planner: ':&'Estimator'(A/Ctyetalsmlth, ) Insurance ( World War I). ,s/on, C i iIN' l.
FORBES,'Virgilene H. TO: Travel'Clerk ( Typing G$.'-"4 Q. If I obtain an Exemplary San Juan'at '

POWERS, Rodney B. TO: ,Asst.Production. Controlman. (ElectronicsMeth ,\. j Rehabilitation ,Certificate from Niblick HONDA '
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BARCOM, Gary R. TO: ,Electronics Mechanic. change my Army discharge front Garden Type Apartmentswith Model "65", LIKE,.NEW'
GAST, Lance R. TO: Electronics Mechanic .
'I. .I under conditions other than honorable
MAN UM, George H. TO: Asst. Production Controlman (Instru- ? Will it make me eligible atmosphere Country Club
ment Mechanic ( Electronics) '
for veterans' benefits?
Kitchens equipped with G-E LOTSOFCHEAPIES
COLLINS, Thomas M. TO: Aircraft Engine Mechanic A. The law authorizing the
NEEL Donald E. TO, : Leadingman, Electronics Mechanic* (Air- Exemplary Rehibilitation Certificate Individual, Ranges &Air Refrigerators Conditioningand $50 AND'UP
craft Systems)
HALL Ardes H. TO: Leadingman, Electronics Mechanic N (Air- supersede does not the affect previous, change discharge or- Heating by OE We Finance E3's and upl!
crafttSete fJr ;:..t14t. "., willit Drapes furnished
L. ,.TO Quarterman. (A/CPlant Maintenance) any way nor and LITTLE .
FLEMING, James : ; allow any veterans' benefits.It Wall to Wall. Carpeting "orNOMONEYDOWH
McKELVEY, Raymond J.' TO: Asst. Planner" &'Estiinator"'CAir'Jrames -, does not allow these persons Large Swimming Pool ,;

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THOMAS, Willie B.. TO: Laborer ,I.{ ., priority, or veterans 'employment .
McCLELLAN, Elfas7. TO: Head Stockman ',',r assistance. LEARN 1

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WELLS, Mark F. 'TO: Procurement Clerk, GS 4 be available in this area this year. IAS, largest and
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finds himself stuck. The going often gets too tough for even a Jeep so tanks are often RAMBLER $$1188

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NATIONAL/ BANK CMP"JAdCSOWVIULEMBMMCM !: The entire range Is actually a function of NAS Jax and Is under the control of the P... & Gold, Red Interior, Extra Clean.
Weapons Department. The.. officer In charge. is Lcdr. Wells and Is staffed by himself
riOCMAk. OIl oatT INSURANCE CORPORATION and 36 enlisted men who literally "have: a blast" at work. : OVER 50 OTHER MAKES &MODELS


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Friday/ : 9:30: AM tEl 4:30: PM GOODS
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'. '. "' ": / .t".. 101 -B/-v/ WASHING UP for dinner' Is SeironAprint... up an appelte for th\{\ I A T ''especI0I1afr>
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m i | NARTU News and Views I Tr.ll.r..Ir.Ikons**Piaffes I JAX MARINESby

Mobile homes house trailers
The second letter was from GYSGT LAZERATION '
trailer coaches
Capt. K.P. Rehnberg, Jr., Commanding ,campertypemo-
: -
1ft, Officer of the Fleet .
Intelligence Center U.S. Naval ported wholly upon the body of a

Forces Europe (FlCEUR), here self of- propelled trailer vehicle vehicle or any You might rate a star in your the 36th month.
on a body
at NAS JAX. It cited Lcdr. without type motive Vietnam Service Medal,and may- Also effective on January 1,
Hooper for the "high quality" considered Independent in the State power of be even two according to SECNAV was the commuted ration rate
t liaison work between the NAS- Florida to be motor vehicles and Notice 1650 dated Dec. 15, 1966. being hiked 11 percent to a new
: based command and NARTU. as such, license plates -must be The order divides the Vietnam record $1.30 per day -- the
Lcdr. Hooper acts as Training ]level in
,., obtained for the "motor ve- War into three campaigns or time highest history.
; ";,,,. Officer for Naval Air Reserve hicle." periods.The Last April the commuted ration -
.'1'f':". Intelligence Unit 741, one of the The Attorney General of the first covers the period was set at $1.17 for all
j :'""'J'> 14 squadrons or units attachedto State of Florida in a recent from March 15, 1962 to March .servicemen, Irrespective of duty

J:"f NARTU, which cooperates with opinion directed to the Depart- 7, 1965 and Is called the Vietnam station. I (, \
FICEUR on operational projects. ment of Motor Vehicles noted Advisory Campaign.The The commuted''ration repre-
; # second period covers sents the amount of money the
the case of California vs Buzzard
; IHo and stated that the court's opin- March 8, 1965 to Dec. 24, 1965 government pays for food servedin
1't1f'M AN Richard E. Dittler,a mem- ion in that case is applicable in and is dubbed the Vietnam De- the mess hap per individual,
7S' ; ber of Antisubmarine Search the State of Florida to servicemen. fense Campaign., per day. It is ,paid, to:enlistedmen
: "\ 'r,I' ) : Squadron 741 (VS-741)) attachedto Therefore, the servicemanwho The third period covers. Dec.. on leave and those grantedto
: NARTU Jax, was presentedthe has not registered his 25, 1965 through June 30, 1966 subsist separately.
"Trapper's Award"" for superior "motor vehicle" and obtained and is called the Vietnam Coun- Officer subsistence is unaffected -
LCDR.. F. HOOPER NAR recruiting achievement license teroffensive. by the change. This was
plates under the laws
TU Jax Air Intelligence Of duringthe last quarter of 1966. of his home state, whatever the For each of the aforementioned 'set at the present level of$47.88
ficer. The award, a wrist watch, was month ,
be the periods, one star is authorizedfor per In 1952.
reason, may required by
'.' Lcdr. bestowed by Capt.Carl D.Simonsen wear on the ribbon or medal.It Enlisted men with, no mess
Raymond F. ,Hooper, NARTU host state ( Florida) to register -
NARTU's Air Intelligence Officer Commanding Of- and license the motor was further noted that stars facilities will continue tq draw
f has recently'received two vehicle under Florida Laws are not authorized for wear on $2.57 dally and the,$3.42 emer-
letters of appreciation for his Dittler, a local employee for At present the Departmentof the Armed Forces Expeditionary gency enlisted ration also remains -
work over the past Winn-Dixie Stores Incorporated Motor Vehicles is survey- Medal since stars on this medal the same.
recruited three for the denote in than ********
; The first was from Capt. R. new men ing all motor camps in the Duv- participation more :
E. Adams, Chief of the Military Naval, Air Reserve. al County area with a view to one authorized area of operationssuch Three publications will represent -
Capabilities Division in the Eastern ******** insuring that mobile homes as Lebanon, Taiwan, Cuba, the Marine Corps in the
,AMSI Armando Z. Martinez, a etc. annual interservlce American
Area Office of the Defense located in these camps are: either
member ********
of VS-741 attached to Heritage Contest.
Intelligence Agency in Washington licensed in the serviceman'shome ,
D. C. Lcdr. !Hooper was NARTU, re-enlisted again in the state or in Florida.Wives'Club They are: Sea Tiger, III Ma-
commended for his work\.ihUeon\ Naval Air Reserve to augmenthis Enlisted personnel are goingto rine Amphibious Force (letter-

a_ 6 week assignment to the 23 year service career. He NotesThe get more clothing maintenance press); Camp Pendleton Scout,
agency as an Intelligence Analyst will continue to attend monthly money -_. about seven percent MCB Camp Pendleton, Calif.,
the Bomb Damage Assessment drills and by so doing, maintainhis more -- to pay for those clothing (photo offset); and the Reserve
op and C.P.O. Wives' Club will increases which became effective Riflemen Rifle Co. FMF
Statistics Team. Capt: Adams proficiency readiness J ; \38th ,
with his S2F hold a meeting at the CPO Club 1, The allowance is USMCR
Stated "Your diligence, reserve squadron. January: new Montgomery, Ala.
sional and profes-devo- Martinez a cabinet-maker in February 6, at 8 p.m. also effective from that date. (mimeograph).
tion to duty contributed significantly Miami, Fla., received the oath All active and retired membersare The boost of roughly seven per- ******* .
the successful from Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, invited to attend. cent relflects a raise in the value A meritorious mast was pre-
( to accomplishment -
NARTU Commanding Officer. of the overall Initial clothing,issue -. sented to LCpl Richard A. Nash
: of our mission. ........ by the Detachment
of about that amount. Commanding
The new rates for the monthly Officer Lt. Col John W., Sullivan.
'The N. W. C. A. Jax # 86 basic clothing maintenance allowance LCpl Nash received his citation
held a business meeting January are $5.10 for enlistedmen for his outstanding performanceand
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE 19, in their clubhouse with Mrs. ,and women in all services.Thlstbpd'res ability in the performance of
Leon Conley presiding, = his.dut1es..h_. ,:
\ '' t"b the old $4:8Q. ; :k ?, ,"
All Ranks All AgesLOW Committee chairman gave ', The new standard allowance 'I*!****-***; :-1 I

their: monthly reports and plans :rate is $7.80., This compares 'GySgt Thomas Lansing has
r RATES were completed for the 1967'Installation With the older standard. rate of, just completed a Freshman En-
f of Officers event. $7.20. glish Course at St. Johns Jr./

EASY MONTHLY Refreshments were served by The basic allowance entitlement College. MSgt; James-. Boyd
Mrs Cris Nozzarella, Mrs. accrpes ,with the seventh has just completed an Anthro-
Barney Meyer, Mrs. Alvin Stone month service and goes:through pology and Human' Behavior
,PAYMENTS and Mrs. Joseph Moldoon. Course at St. Johns Jr. College.

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Tomorrow, ,from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. dance to music provided by the
FRANK BINDER'S COMBO Saturday the entertainment music will
be brought by the LAMPLIGHTERS from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday, '. Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing' Compan>. .:
will feature music" by, the DICK WILSON'S MODERNS from 8 p.m. 1950Bldnding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida. 32210 to arrive' '
to'12 a.m. not later than Tuesday for publication the //oliotuna Thurs ".
BLUEJACKETS INN -- Friday the Go Go Girls will dance to the day Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published '
music provided by PHIL CAY and the CHANTELS. Saturday afternoon the following week unless the publisher is ,instructed otherwise '
from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. come and enjoy music for the family pro- A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received U'lTH the for the ad .
vided, by the FABULOUS RAVENS. Then in the evening MARCH ',', copy
WILSON and ,the RED COATS will be present. Monday will again
feature MARCH WILSON and the RED COATS ,
at the club.
will feature a Mardi Gras Masquerade Party with prizes for the RATE: Minimum charge '13 lines). .,, t, .12.00 I .',.
best costumes: PHIL CAY and the CHANTELS will be entertainers Per additional line ((4 words, per line;,... *, ,V.osO!
for the evening", ... /

answer to your dreams of Set up fenced in yard. 64 Pace- 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn-
CPO CLUB Friday the Specials will be Lobster for $2.35 earning $10,000 to$20,000 a year. marker Phone 388 9306. er lot, fenced yard, like new-
and Club Steak for $1.30. Entertainment by Mark Castle. Saturdaythe permanent & dignified position DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771 -.
Specials are 10 oz. NJw York Steaks for $1.95 and Lobster for offering security and advance- 0374 or 771 7874.
$2.35. Music by the Moonlighters. Sunday's Special will be baked ment. We are a progressive organization $20 BUYS SINGER
ham for $.90. Wednesday is Game night beginning at 7:45 p.m. developing an original BOAT FOR SALE 17' SUPER-
EM CLUB: .Tonight is Game night starting at 7:45 p.m. After & proven idea.,continuing to meet Sewing Machine left in storage, Craft with Johnson and trailer.
the 'games the Strangers will entertain. Friday the featured en- with tremendous success. To good condition. Fully electric- Outriggers and 2 six 1 -
tertainment Will be the "Sounds Unlimited". Sunday Phil Kay and qualify you must have ambition, .Does everything complete with, twelve gal. tanks, wide beam, ...
the "Chantels" with new "Go Go" Girls Monday, Happy Hour sincerity and determination to attachments guaranteed.yours good for off shore. Good con-
from 5, to. 6 p.m. Tuesday Surprise Happy Hour. Wednesday Dick earn a minimum of$200 weekly. for storage charges $20 each. dition, $700. Phone 387 4451or
WJdori will entertain. "q Must have a car. 264-2436. Call warehouse 353-1946anytime 264 2573 eves. and week-. '
Will deliver no obligation ends.
MoviesMovies FOR SALE MOBILE HOME 1606 Main Street. .
i .w I 'I! Private crn. Lot Nicest in town ,REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION '
Buy both or Trailer and live on A 1 SEWING MACHINE CO. ADVICE. 7 days :"a
lot free 24 mo. JAX NAS week. Homes for sale,$100 Dwn.
at the NAS Sax Theatre HOSPITAL: "KNIGHTS OF EX. 8544. or after 6 p.m. call FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals.
will be shown regularly at 6 and THE ROUND TABLE", with 733 5239. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Homesite Lots, Acreage, Invest-
8:15 p.m., Monday through Sat- Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner. FHA rejects. $50 & $100 down. ments. WALTER T. BOWEN
urday. In addition to the two ((114 min) .. Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret., Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384-,
evening shows there will be a C. FIELD: CORRIDORS OF SALE BY OWNER 264-2411, Orange Park' Realty. 1376.
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday, BLOOD", with Boris Karloff, 1960 Chrysler, New Yorker,grey
Sundays and holidays. The Beta 'St. John. ( 95 min) and white, power wind steeringand DIAL 0 MATIC SEVERAL' POSITIONS: AvailableIn
Hospital Theatre'will have one brakes. Air/Cond. R & H 1967.ZIGZAG .' 'Jacksonville' and Mayportareas.
weekly feature at 7 p.m. ,' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4NAS Good tires,and runs good.4 dr; in Nice console. Make*button- Military background
Cecil Field will have two shows sdn. $595. Ph. 7713577., holes, blindhem, monograms & would be helPul. A very rewarding -
during the week at 5:30 and 8 :- "LETS KILL UNCLE", fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5 career possible for the
p.m. Matinees will be shown on with Nigel Greene, Pat Cardi., !. mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at Right Man. Write'to the Regional -
weekends at 2 p.m.THURSDAY .,' ((100 min) HELP WANTEDNIGHTCHECK San Juan'' Open 9 ,9 & 'Director P. O. Box 13177,
HOSPITAL: "TOYKO' OLYM Personnel for part time sales, Sunday 388 1551.! ,. Orlando,Fla., 32809.
FEBRUARY 2 PIAD" Color Documentary. Established, commercial accounts '
((88 min)" No house to house JAX SEWING CENTERMANAGEMENT 1966 SINGER TOUCH & SEW
NAS: "KNIGHTS OF THE Call Mr. McCall 398 .- 8151. Sold $510. beautiful 4 drawer
ROUND TABLE", with' Robert .. : walnut desk, Does all fancy,
Taylor, Ava Gardner; (ll/Train) COUPLE' TO MANAGE 5 UNIT 7 ,TRAINING designs button holes.etc.wfndsJ'''
HOSPITAL: VCORRIDORSOF Apt. 557 Oak 3889886Sat. bobbin in machine -,Guaranteedlike
BLOOD", with Boris Karloff, or Sun.. a.m. or after Leads, To Executive 'Career In 'new $180 cash or $9.00
Beta St. John. ( 95 min) Buy 8 p.m. ,Finance.Do month. Agent. Call SP1-8211
C. FIELD: "BATTLE uou enjoy working with people anytime.
GROUND": with Van Johnson, FOR SALE 58 CHEVY STA. ? Are you ambitious for early DIXIE SEWING'MACHINE CO.
George Murphy. ((128 min) Wag., Excel. Cond. 388-9886 success? IIFC's intensive man-
Bonds Sat. or Sun. a.m. or after 8 p.m. agement training program,helps
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3 you become an executive quickly.. ADORABLE POODLE PUPPIES
NAS: "TOKYO OLYMPAID", Non selling interviewing ,in Pure black minatures AKC
Color Documentary. (( 88 min) r WILL TRADE EQUITY IN 3 BR major part of the job. Age 21 Shot, 13 Champion background, "'
.s.. .'Cone.' blk. house less than 4nlns. to 28 high school 'grad., car Healthy, Playful Beauties; No
NAS For late model car.. required. Straight ,salary with shedding' Sacrifice profit -.
WESCONNETT FURNITURE 'CO.NEW& PH 764-6683 :r Eves. increases based' performance. 2642725. Jl:
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NEW. USED TV SETS Kinglsley Ave., Orange Park. soimel. or bachelors 2646884.
FREIGHT SALVAGE 200 FTC ST. JQHNS RlVM DOCK, 25 W.: Forsyth Street ." ,;. Set 'up'fenced' in' yar." 64 Pacemaker -

EASY CREDIT TERMS Deep Water. Garg., Ext. Lrg. '3734 Blanding Blvd. 'f'c'3OSO.Beach' .. 'ff ; ,Phone 3889306. ,:t;
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CF: To Host '2nd Annual: .

I 6ND B-Ball Tourney. Set, Volleyball Tournamen'; .1.1'The

'I Tom McGriff is the Athletic Monday.: Tuesday there are six games
2nd Annual Cecil Field always a spoiler has Improved
director at NAS Cecil Field Before the tournament is over scheduled, the first beginning at
and Tom is becoming a pro the 144 players and coaches will 1Q p.m. and the last one at Invitational Volleyball Tourna- all year and could be tough.A .
ment will get underway this Sat- top notch University of.Georgia -
I at tournament directing. have been a part of 23 gamesin 8, p.m. Wednesday there are
five urday at 9:00 a.m. in the Cecil team will play in the. Nat-
Starting Monday 6 February days. four ames. The first at 9
1 Tom will be hosting his second The tournament activities begin a.m. the last 3p.m. Three games Field Gym. ional Championship bracket in
Ten teams are entered in Detroit this May and will be the
consecutive 6ND Tournament.: at 9 a.m. Monday morning will be played on Thursdayat
There is no doubt that Tom hasa with all contestants meeting at 3, 6 and 8 p.m. this years tournament five civi- team to beat in this tournament.
lian and five( military. They are: Since they finished second in
few the be
problems in handling a Gymnasium. Then at 10 a.m. Friday the semifinals will
tournament of this size. But, in the first tip off and the tour- played. Game # 1 at 1 p.m., Sarasota, St. Petersburg Uni- five tourneys ( behind either Cecil -
versity' of Georgia, Atlanta YMCA Field or St.Petersburg) Sarasota -
his easy going manner and strong nament will be underway. Wednesday game 4# 2 at 4 p.m. Saturdaywill
nerves he always seems to pull February 8, there will be the finals beginningat Orlando YMCA Tyndall the scrappiest team in
it off without a hitch. be a welcome address by CaptainU. 10 p.m. and if needed at AFB Orlando AFB; Glynco Florida, may pull this tournamentout
i'' The 12 teams competing in the L. Fretwell Comanding: Officer 3 p.m. Navy, Jax Navy and NAS Cecil of the bag.
I 1967 tournament are expected to of NAS Cecil Field. At Last year Pennsacola won Field. As' for the Cecil Raiders,Coach
arrive at Cecil Field over the the EM Club following Captain Its fourth straight 6ND Championship ,Mac M'cGlickin $a'y"theyneverlooked "
weekend and get a few practice Fretwell there will be a buf- by defeating NS Charleston Athough Cecil won the tourna- better:" Well time will
a' sessions in before game time fet dinner.. 73 70. This year the ment last year, Sarasota and St. tell and come Saturday night
Pensacola "Goshawks" will be Petersburg are coming into the after the action has died and the
back trying for number five. tournament fired up from tour- gym is dark there ,will emergea
ney play in Miami January 14, champion. WHO? Drop by the
where a much improved St. Pet- Cecil, Gym Saturday and witness:
PIZZA-WISE Raiders T.ke'2OverW..kenll ersburg team beat Sarasota in some top notch volleyball and
the finals. Son Minoque, last find out firsthand who the champ
I PLEDGE years outstanding player of the Is. Game time Is 9:00 a.m. ,
o tournament is bringing a strong and will continuously through .
'ia Atlanta team down. Jax Navy the day, ,
ALLEGIANCE TOSB'S Last week end the Cecil Field :

Raiders collected two victory's Thomas" 21 Green Fees ..
from Glynco. Kleindinst 8 t
4 The Raiders took Glynco tn 3'
the first round 6663,with Martin Chappell f 2', Go Up ,at CFAs
the Raiders tn
I should-I I work there. Be. leading scor-
cause I love what I cook as ing Second with 17 points.action. the Total 63 of 1 February the NAS Cecil -
game saw
much as everybody else does. Field Golf Course fees were
Raiders squeak by Glynco BOX SCOREGAMETWOv ., increasd.
Pizza that's "
perfection. 81 78. Martin was again .
: Green fees and membershiprates
.with exotic cheeses tantaliz. high with 27. .
point man .t
RAIDERS have gone up do to the ever
ing secret sauce, and a crust .. rising cost of labor. The fol-
so thin and delicate it melts BOX Dinkins 18
McGlaughlin lowing schedule is now: In ef-
in your mouth! Help-me eat ye PUBllC house GAME ONE Catlett r." 10 fect. -

j. some tonight (I'm) trying to 442o BLANDING BLVD. RAIDERS :,. Baxter '" 10 10" '- ., .
diet!). 77j. 2233 DInklns 15' Martin ((27 MONTHLY EFFECT TO:'
McGlaughlin 10 McGee 6 Officers 6.00 6.50CPOs
Catlett 4.50 5.00 -
Baxter ". 12 Total 81 Enlisted 3.00., ._,., I 3.50
Martin .
17 *
McGee'4'; One Dependent -' $2.00 ,,Second "

I Call on/HFC :: 'v.' GLYNCO'i;.. ',"*:.' Dependent t. $1.00.. .. ." : ;>..:::' .:".' '. :.:

1:(, Total. :.,:66 Laub -, '. 23, (,'
: 1\1
'u' Gary 18
fl.! "" "" '\ :, : "". .. ,. DAILY FEES '. ; '.,, TO:' \
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'.4. Laub 9' 1 : 14Doollnle" -,. 1.25
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':1":a Synder 5 '" I"' !' t ::11 Enlisted ( E'- 6) 1,00 1.25 <

Doollttle 10 ','''' ,or: E-1toE-5 .50 .75' .:
Farrell l'* Civilians 2.00 3.00
3 Total 78
Retirees pay at re-
: tired. Charges for Intramural
y.a y./ '- play will be In Accordance with

participant's rank/grade upon
completion of the current Intra-
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W. gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In p.ct*. Field who and would are interested like forma in
<1' ion. Than w* tuned up UiM.o.d.net replaced everything that Archery to
needed it. And guaranteed them 1007, for the repair or replacementof club will soon have the chance to
'H all major mechanical parte for 30 day or 1000 mil... Come do '
on in ana double check. so.Wednesday
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On January 28th and 29th at Orlando Florida, the Navy Jax Dependents Swim Team won the Fifth
State Invitational Swim Meet sponsored by the,Beckner Swim Association. The Phillips -- coached spelts 1
I natators, led by Olympichopefu1MaryFleetoutsa redhatdily 14 ,other swim clubs and many unattached byNodFellers L
swimmers from various sections of Florida. It was exactly one year ago that this young team won its ... rr1.."
won the'first team title in the Jax Invitational Meet at the local pool.
Reptitious questions from readers of the Air
Miss Fleet won five gold medals socitation record in 200 yard 13 and 14 girls, andSeniorgirls News regarding
; phases of sports coverage prompt a certain amount of clarification--
individually setting age group Free Relay for Senior Women. Silver; 11 and 12 girls. 13 and and clarify I will try. '
and Senior records in 100- Much of the. NJSC strengthlies 14 girls; Bronze Senior
: Boys.
As some in our "10,000 plus readership know, the Air News and
yard freestyle and 200 yard in,the relay events. Relay Other invididual medal win
L M. tied, the and Cecil Field Afterburner are currently run as separate sheets;
age group medals were added in: Free ners were: Kathy Nauman ((5)), pages
Senior Record in 100 yard back' Relays Gold: 9 and 10 boys Susan Chance ((4))? Bruce Small- three and 10 however are prepared and edited by the Cecil Field
stroke; and with teammates 13 and 14 girls, and Senior girls;, ing ((3)); Sue Rqsch\ ,((3)); Paul staff and appear In both'base editions. The primary reason page 10'
Ginny Bunn},.,Susan Chance and Silver: 11 and 12 girls. Senior Nichols ((2)); and Gary Hebert, appears in the Air News is not editorial but mechanical. A greater
Kathy Nauman, ,;set 'a: State as-' boys; Bronze: 11 and 12 boys Mickey Stueben Cindy Puleo, economy is achieved and maintained when page 10 is set in plate
form and run in both press runs in the offset litographic print
Carla Glaraton, Mary K. Gala shop.
ton, and Ellen Smalling ((1)) each.
Others won one or more rib Additionally, running page 10 along with Jax's page 11 and 12
bons for fourth fifth, and sixth allows the entire ensemble to reach a readership with sentimental
places. But it was truly an absolute connections to both naval air stations. At ,least it's the staff's. hypothesis -
team effort as all individuals and we think it holds true to a reasonable degree:, ,', ,

had a pan in placingthe But then again, both civilian and military newspapers 'must be '
name of the Navy Jax Swim adaptable to change; a humdrum and sterotyped format will cause
Team in the record books and as them to write their! own epitaph. '
a definite'contender for the coming -. '", ': .
Junior Olympics.This It's my own belief'unnecessary defensiveness and hypersensl- '
Navy team, less than tiveness to all criticism, especially in the newspaper media,
four years old, represents many (whether Informed or superficial) continues to be overly dominant. .-
military commands in the area. In fact, this defensive attitude can many time neutralize. the value.
These dependents practice six of criticism. ;. ,

days a week are presently swimming Simply, the sport pages in the Air News tries to present facts
in the'Winter Development with clarity and attractiveness. Perhaps the coverage Is limited
Program, and are aiming at their but we do try
next meet on March 18th and 19th.
Some of the queries we receive are lively, some sharp, some
humorous some to be less than objective "'lnterest1 ".. Yet,
Ilfr..ral for our own Improvement, all are welcome.'
CWO H., SMALLING Vice President of the Parents Advisory
Group, Navy Jax Swim team, presents the first place team trophyto laskttbdl
Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS Commanding Officer., Team Coach
Charles Phillips was on hand for the trophy( transfer which the American League IlPJQ Wilk1@$ r @ ID ]
NJSC won at the Fifth Closed State Invitational Swim Meet at Q
Orlando last Saturday and Sunday. The meet in the southern pan Team Won
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B.BaIITo.urn'e. y'Set- Volleyball TournamentThe .1

Tom McGriff is the Athletic Monday; Tuesday there are six games '
? director at NAS Cecil Field Before the tournament Is over, scheduled, the first beginning at 2nd Annual Cecil Field always a spoiler, has Improvedall
and Tom is becoming a pro the 144 players and coaches will 1Q p.m. and the last one at Invitational Volleyball Tourna- year and could be tough.A .
t at tournament directing. have been a part of 23 gamesin 8 p.m. Wednesday there are ment will get underway this Sat- top notch University of Geor-
Starting! Monday 6 February five days. four ames. The first at 9 urday at 9:00 a.m. In the Cecil gia team will play In the Nat-
t Tom will be hosting his second The tournament activities begin a.m. the last 3 p.m. Three games Field Gym. ional Championship bracket In
Ten teams are entered in Detroit this May and will be the
consecutive GND Tournament.: at 9 a.m. Monday morning: will be played on Thursdayat
There is no doubt that Tom hasa with all contestants meeting at 3, 6 and 8 p.m. this years tournament -flvecivl- team to beat In this tournament.
few problems in handling a the Gymnasium. Then at 10 a.m. Friday the semifinals will be lian and five military. Theyare: Since they finished second In
tournament of this size. But, in the first tip -off and the tour- played. Game # 1 at 1 p.m., Sarasota, St. Petersburg, University five tourneys (behind either Ce-
of Georgia, Atlanta YMCA cil Field or St.Petersburg) Sara-
his easy going manner and strong nament will be underway. Wednesday game # 2 at 4 p.m. Saturdaywill
nerves he always seems to pullit February 8, there will be the finals beginningat Orlando YMCA, Tyndall sota, the scrappiest team in
off without a hitch. be a welcome address by CaptainU. 10 p.m. and if needed at AFB Orlando, AFB; Glynco Florida may pull this tournamentout
The 12 teams competing in the L. Fretwell Comanding Of- 3 p.m. Navy Jax Navy, and NAS Cecil of the bag.
1 1967 tournament are expected to ficer of NAS Cecil Field. At Last year Pennsacola won Field. As' for the Cecil Raider' oach .
arrive at Cecil Field over the the EM Club following Captain its fourth straight 6ND Championship Mac McGuckin: saY .' hey never
# weekend and get a few practice Fretwell there will be a buf- by defeating NS Charleston Athough Cecil won the tournament looked better." Well time will
))1 sessions in before game time fet dinner.. 73 70. This year the lastyear, Sarasota and St. tell, and come Saturday night
Pensacola "Goshawks" will be Petersburg are coming into the after the action has died and the
4 back trying for number five. tournament fired up from tour- gym is dark there ,will emergea
ftif ney play in Miami, January 14, champion. WHO? Drop by the
'=\ where a much Improved St.Pet- Cecil Gym Saturday and witness
PIIIA-WISE ., Raiders T.k.2OverW..kenll ersburg team beat Sarasota in some top notch volleyball and
the finals. Son Mmoque last find out firsthand who the champ
I PLEDGE years outstanding player of the Is. Game time Is 9:00 a.m. .
p tournament. is bringing a:strong and will run continuously throughthe
';8 Atlanta team down. Jax Navy, day. '
ALLEGIANCE TOSIM'S Last week end the Cecil Field

Raiders collected two victory'sfrom Thomas.- 21 Green Fees ..
Kleindinst 8
i! ( The Raiders took Glynco in
; Gray 3.
the first round 66 -63,with Martin Chappell 4.* 2 Go Up ,at CFAs
the Raiders in ,
I should-I I work there. Be scoring
with 17 points. Total 63 of the NAS Cecil -
1 February
cause I love what I cook as Second action the
game Field Golf Course fees were
much else does.
as everybody
Raiders squeak by Glynco BOX SCORE '. increasd.
Pizza that's perfection.. 81 78. Martin was again .
: GAME TWO... .. Green fees and membershiprates
'with exotic cheeses, tantalizing high point man with 27. the
s RAIDERS have gone up to ever
; secret sauce, and a crust rising cost of labor. The fol-
: .,, so thin and delicate it melts FIZUFA1101&Ye BOX SCORES Dinkins McGlaughlln ,: 18 lowing schedule is 00in ef-'
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your PUBIIC house Catlett *' r
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diet!). 771 2233 Dinkins 15. Martin ) I 27 MONTHLY EFFECT TOt
McGlaughlln 10 McGee 6 Officers 6.00 6.50
Catlett .6 CPOs '4.50 5.00 -
Baxter 12 Total 81 Enlisted 3.00, .'_ 3.50

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New 'Laurels For Swimmers -

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Follow 1st Trophy A Year Ago a neirjirf then vwttunReptitious

"'letlte werldetsperts
On January 28th and 29th at Orlando ., Florida, the Navy Jax Dependents Swim Team won the Fifth
State Invitational Swim Meet sponsored by tho Beckner Swim Association. The Phillips -- coached )
r natators, led by Olympic hopeful Mary Fleet,outscoredhandily 14 other swim clubs and many unattached byNedFeMera
swimmers from various sections of Florida. It was exactly one year ago that this young,team won its
) won the first team title in the Sax Invitational Meet at the local pool.
questions from readers of the Air News
Miss Fleet won live gold med- socitation record In 200 yard 13 and 14 girls, andSenlorgirlsj regarding
: phases of certain of
sports coverage prompt a amount clarificationand --
als individually,setting age group Free Relay for Senior Women. Silver 11 and 12 girls, 13 and clarify I will try.
and Senior records in 100- Much of the. NJSC strengthlies 14 girls Bronze Senior, j
; : Boys.
As some in our 10,000 plus readership know the Air News and
yard freestyle and 200 yardL in the relay events. Relay Other Invldldual medal win-
M. tied, the and Cecil Field Afterburner are currently run as separate sheets; pages
age group medals were added in Free
: ners were: Kathy Nauman
Record three and 10 however are prepared and edited by the Cecil Field
Senior In 100
Relays Gold: 9 and 10 boys, Susan Chance ((4)); Bruce Small-
stroke; and with teammates 13 and 14 girls, and Senior girls;, Ing ((3)): Sue Rusch ,((3)); Paul staff and appear in both'base editions. The primary reason page 10
in the Air News
is not editorial but mechanical. A
Ginny Bunn Susan Chance and Silver appears greater
11 and 12
: girls, Senior Nichols ((2)); and Gary Hebert,
Kathy Nauman; ;,set :'a State .as-' ,boys; Bronze: 11 and 12 boys Mickey Stueben, Cindy Puleo, economy is achieved and maintained when page 10 is set in plate.
form and run in both press runs in the offset litographic print
Carla Glaraton, Mary K. Gala- shop.
ton, and Ellen Smalling ((1)) each.
Others won one or more ribbons Additionally, running page 10 along with Tax's page 11 and 12
for fourth, fifth, and sixth allows the entire ensemble to reach a readership with sentimental
connections to both naval air stations. At ,least it's the staff's hypothesis -
places. it was truly an absolute ",
3 effort and we think it holds true to a reasonable degreeBut :
team as all indivi- "
duals had a pan in placingthe then again, both civilian and military newspapers must be
name of the Navy Jax Swim adaptable to change; a humdrum and ,sterotyped format will cause
, i tyrr1 Team In the record books and as them to write their own epitaph. '
a definite'contender for the coming -, '-"
Junior Olympics.This It's my own belief unnecessary defensiveness and hypersensttiveness '
Navy team, less than to all criticism, especially in the newspaper media,
Y d four years' old, represents many (whether Informed or superficial) continues to be overly dominant.. .
military commands in the area. In fact, this defensive attitude can many time neutralize the value .
These dependents practice six of criticism. \ "

days a week,are presently swim- Simply, the sport pages in the Air News tries to' present facts
ming In the Winter Development with clarity and attractiveness. Perhaps the coverage is limited,
Program, and are aiming at their but we do try,
next meet on March 18th and 19th.
Some of the queries we receive are lively, some sharp, some
humorous some to be less than objective "interesting". Yet,
iMtramiral for our own improvement, all are welcome.
CWO H. SMALLING, Vice President of the Parents Advisory
Group, Navy Jax Swim team, presents the first place team trophyto Basktlbaii .
Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS Commanding Officer. Team Coach
Charles Phillips was on hand for the trophy transfer which the American League I tmQ wn @ rn@ ID$1
NJSC won at the Fifth Closed State Invitational Swim Meet at Q
Orlando; last Saturday and Sunday. The meet In the southern part Team Won
of the state was sponsored by the Beckner Swim association. Supply 7 1 0
Marines -7 1 1

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Page 12 JAX AIR

I' 80 Gun Fatalities .. I I Servicemen Not Affected I

,Mar Hunting SeasonTALLAHASSEE (AFNB Fwture) By Suns' Ticket Hike .

1. There were six errors
Gun accidents ities were reported.
'resulted in 356 casual- Hunters being mistaken for during the 1966 World Series between The International League's for Box Seats.
b; ties during 1966. 80 of which game resulted in 16 accidents, the Dodgers and Orioles. Jacksonville SUNS announced last Also books of ten General Admissions -
What teams committed most of baseball buffs will have to tickets for 100.00 will
were fatal, according to the official Russian roulette accounted for Friday
Firearms Casualty Re three air guns for nine and the errors? dig a bit deeper into their pocketsto remain on sale until the home
port compiled by the 'Florida practicing quick draw resultedin 2r Playmakers are invaluable counteract a slight increase In opener April 26 at the Club Offices -
Game and Fresh )Dater Fish ten firearm accidents. Target in professional basketball. Can ticket prices for the 1967 season. 1201 East Duval Street.
Commission. shooting on ranges including you name the player who holds the The move which raises the Gen
I Of the 356 casualties, 61 skeet trap and, rifle ranges resulted National Basketball Association eral Admission ticket from,$1.25to DURING VIETNAM Operation
of the accidents involved hunt- in two accidents for 1966. single season record for assists? $1.50 and the Bleacher ticket ATTLEBORO 1st Infamry Division -
ers, with 26 of the hunters under The Game and:! Fresh Water 3. Dick Kenny's longest field from 750 to $1.00 does not, Transportation Office help-
18 years of age. Twelve accidents Fish Commission acts as a goals as a Michigan State playerare however effect active duty ed move more than 12 million
occurred while hunting clearing house and coordinatorfor a 49-yarder against Southern military personnel. pounds of men and materials.ClnYou .
deer, nine while hunting turkey, firearm safety training and California in 1964,and a 47-yarder t Last year's prices ,still apply -
k nine while hunting small game safety instructors In Florida. ,against Notre Dame in 1966.What to area servicemen. They
and six while hunting animals The Commission maintainsa makes Dick Kenney's field goals' will be admitted for 50# to any ;
other than game. Seventeen of statewide network of instruc- unusual? of the contests on the 70 game
the hunters were using rifles tors who conduct:! safety training 4. Fullbacks have a monopoly- home card upon presenting an
32 were using shotguns and two programs on a local level for on the rushing championship in identification card or being attired TAKE YOUR CAR
a were using handguns.The interested gun owners. the National Football League. In uniform. VHTII YOU?
Firearm Casualty Report According: to W.T. McBroom, ,Accordingly, not since 1949 hasa The Increase in General Ad- For Financing' and Insurance
indicated an increase in total Commission Chairman, the lack halfback led the league in missions now brings SUNS tick- Stateside' and,Overseas. Call'
casualties from 1965 when 319 of training in firearm safety is'a rushing yardage. Who is he? ets Into conformity with the priceof DYER'M. BURR
accidents and 54 firearm fatal-: major cause of many accidents similar ducats sold by the
every year and hunters who have ANSWERS other seven clubs in the AAA GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Fliers Notch received training are seldom included 'ij op 01 hloeglictlisrj t circuit. .FINANCE CORPORATION
\ In the annual Firearm alp SBMaqi satzea 'eJtlOlaJretJlId There is to be no change in and
Casualty Report, jo uazng urr. orals .t Season Ticket prices of $40.00 .,INTERNATIONALJSERyiCE J
McBroom added, "We would "paioojuosres for Grandstand $75.00 for INSURANCECOMPANY
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their children to have proper v'a'N 29
Sparked by Sam Butler's 16 firearm training before giving -1961. alt uj sisjss '668 Pq ail
points the Jax Navy Flier bask- them access to guns. The sjeitoej 13ewlou1O alp jo .uos ;;' rrac.r1.
etball team squeezed out a 62- name and address of firearm -lnQOH.n sO sJ Jairld att.L Z :t
53 win lest Friday evening here safety instructors is available 'aun8 puooas alp
a for the first or two weekend victories upon request to the Game and uj siojaa xjs IIir t1JJo\{ paZartpataM
t over Florida/Georgia In- Fresh Water Fish Commission. slaBpoa 23uJsol au .1 THIS
terservice foe Patrick'AFB.
The game was not the Fliers . . . . . WEEK-ENI .
however until the last five minutes .
when superior rebounding:! : 4.1 : 4
'p r
and ball control made up fora h,o/l1> t -
lackluster : first, half per- DRIVE5 '
formance. The last 15: minutes: ,
of the first half had ,the Fliers : THE NEWEST OFFICEBENEFICIAL : '
scoring only -12 points and
the locals were undoubtedly hap- ?the TMI fc&ft&SiBHI
py to have a: 30 30 halftime o. .
Pressures were not as great : :
the next evening as the Fliers
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