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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1967
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VOL. 24 NO. 44 U, S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA February 9, 1967




NAS, JAX' Squares Away'The




month of February 1967 will be remembered "The Month of Inspections"at the Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. On January 27, 1967, the personnel of NAS JAX underwent a.dry run
inspection for the upcoming COMNAVAIRLANT Comprehensive Inspection. This dry run Inspectionwas
a success, as evidenced by the comments of Capt. Martin J. Stack, Commanding Officer of NAS
JAX, who stated his general approval of the appearance of, the NAS personnel. Despite this approval'
there ,were still a few shortcomings in the general appearance of the personnel. Capt. Stack stated that
h:was.confident that these would be rectified before the real inspection would take place.

The inspection is cemg conducted -

by COMNAVAIRLANT, Store Office Team will inspect COMNAVAIRLANT Inspectionwill
with assistance from the Naval the Navy Exchange from Feb- be VAdm. C. T. Booth.
Air Systems Command, Naval ruary 15 through 24. He will be assisted by Capt.C. .
Supply Systems Command,COM- Capt. R. M. Schwyhart, CHC, C. Andrews. They will be assisted -
FAIRJAX, NAS Cecil Field, and representing the Chiefof Chap- by the officers of NAS
otherallied facilities. The com- lains, will visit the Jacksonville SAX who will serve In a lI son
plete inspection will include the area on February 25 and 26 capacity.The -
entire month of February, with to view the facllites. focal point of the entire ,
various facilities being inspected On February 28, the Deputy COMNAVAIRLANT. Inspectionwill
at different times. Naval Inspector General, RAdm.R. be held on, February -
The first phase of the inspection F. DuBoIs will visit NAS 15th,the NARTU Hangar 113
Team Seeks commenced on February J AX. He will review the results The schedule of events is as follows -
Visiting 6, with the Overhaul and Repair
of the varius inspections, : 1 p.m. Fall In; 1:15 p.m.
Department of NAS JAX as the examining the station's mis- Officers Call ( sounded by bugle)
first facility to be Inspected.The sions, functions tasks,organization 1:25 p.m. Battalion Commanderwill
main inspection party will resources, and problemareas receive reports; 1:30 p.m.
Volunteers For UDTVolunteers arrive in Jacksonville Feb-
on and will tour the entire VAdm. Booth will arrive amid
ruary 12, and will begin inspecting station. appropriate honors and the inspection -
on February 13 and will The Chief Inspector for the will commence. -
are requested for water Demonlition Teams and continue through February 15.
the Underwater Demolition Team Seal Teams, CINCLANTFLT is The Medical and Dental teams
(UDT) Replacement Course concerned that the continuing from the Bureau' of Medicineand Scouts Project Goodwill
which is scheduled to convene crease in UDT Replacement Surgery.will inspect NAS
at Little Creek, Va., pn April volunteers ,may ,,seriously affect Jacksonville facilities on February ,
23'and August..:'7.J. 67. the operational readinessof --- -. ,. .i,,,tlAmiartii, 23.r......:The jKiiinaimn NavyShip's? *')Oo'Olfleel's '
y A special repre sehtattve''delegatibn the Atlantic Fleet::' tiiroigN Good Turn Day
from Little Creek Va. In addition; the expanding Navy Aid :
will be in the Jacksonville area responsibilities to support counter -
from February 16 to 24. They ; insurgery and special operations Last weekend, Boy'Scouts throughout northern Floridadistributed
shall be visiting Cecil Field further compounds this fnspec. PlansEleven large Goodwill Industries paper bags, with a request for usuable
Mayport and Naval Air Station deficit situation., discards. On Satuday, February 11, some 8,000 Boy Scouts will
Jacksonville during this time.On Some of the requirements for officers of NAS Jax. collect these bags from porches throughout northern Florida.
February 20 and 24 the delega- this program are as follows: are involved with the planningand Trucks and drivers for the collection have been donated by
tion will be at NAS SAX to Interview (1) not more than 30 years scheduling of events, in some 35 businesses in .northern Florida. Approximately 140
applicants, as well as, of age nor less than 18; ((2)) connection with the. COMNAV Navymen volunteers will work in the Goodwill Industries' Ware-
provide additional information pay grade or rating is of nobearig AIRLANT Comprehensive In house sorting the collected itmes. Amateur Radio Clubs of No.
concerning the program and ; (3)) a minimum GCT of 45 spection which began this week. Florida will set up a communications system to coordinate the
the requirements needed to ((4) have a minimum of thirty Cdr. S. R.MorelwesklAdmin- drive.
apply. The agenda includes a onehourlecxurerwith months obligated service upon istration Officer, is the liaison RAdm. Caldwell, as General Chairman of Good Turn Day has
films, which reporting for UDT Training. ,between NAS Jax and the inspecting set a goal of 40,000 bags for collection. 'These bags will provide
will be presented Building 955, Personnel interested in attending panics. He is In chargeof continued employment for handicapped workers at Goodwill In-'
FSC 9 Topside) at 1 p.m. on the above mentioned lectures making berthing:arrangements dustries. Each year the Scout collection drive has expanded In.
each of the dates mentioned a- and exams should consult and providing office space and size, and this year Fernandina Beach is joining other cities par- ,
bove. Following the lecture,there clerical assistance as required, ticipating in the drive. Among; the cities concerned are Jacksonville,
will be a screening and testingof with their department headsto and obtaining asssistance from Lake City, Live Oak, Jasper GaInesville Palatka Starke, ,Mac-
the applicants. The testing be excused from normal dut- departments as necessary.Ens. clenny, Green Cove Springs, and other Beach cities.
will include physical examina- ies. Other information concern- D. C. Layton, Utilities Goodwill Industries, which provides year-round employment for
tion, consisting of pushups, ing this program may be obtained Engineer. Officer, Is providing the handicapped In repairing and selling used merchandise, relies -
swimming, pullups etc. from the Educational Service transportation for the individual largely on this annual drive to collect used clothing shoes,
At present, the current fleet Office in Building 955 or by inspection groups. Lcdr. J. R. household items and other useful articles to provide work for
input to UDT Training con- calling Extension 618. Spohnholtz Flight Support Officer those who would otherwise be dependent upon charity. '
tinues to be inadequate to meet is in charge of all air AU the Boy Scout troops that are sponsored by NAS SAX will
present and future requirements.Since For further Information con transportation requirements.Mr be participating in this project. '
the graduates of this training -
constitute the only inputto cerning this program, see pages Slocumb, Public Affairs Officer,
the Atlantic Fleet Under 6 and 7. is in charge of publicity for the
inspection.Lcdr. .
R. J. FitzslmmonsMil
DSA Team To' itary Personnel Officer, is in
Visiting charge of all personnel Inspection -
I arrangements. Traffic and
parking control for the military
Evaluate NAS SupplyOn inspection is arranged for
by Lcdr. D. W. Moore, Security
Officer. Air Operations Officer.
Feburary 17, an eight man initiated. The team will hold Cdr. R. E. Edwards, and Weapons
team of technical personnel from informal discussions with Supplyand Officer Cdr. C. L..' Dick-
the Defense Supply Agency (DSA) technical people at NAS JAX erson are responsible for VIP I
will visit NAS JAX. The team's and any quality problems with Quarterdeck arrangements.
sole purpose is to solicit com- DSA items should be made known Commercial Air transportation 4
ments, complaints and recommendations to the team.If for the NAVAIRSYSCOMTeam
pertaining to the quality you have a problem, it is from Jax to Washington
reliability, maintainability important that the particularsof and for other teams or indi-
and usability of items that DSA the problem, the Federal Stock viduals requiring commercial
procures and supplies. The team Number of the item, the Con- transportation is arranged by Mr. i
will consist of Col. RJ. Miller tract or Requisition Numberif E. U. Tanner Traffic Manager.All .
USA, Senior Member; Col. O.F. ( known) be assembled prior to arrangements for the arrival -
Baldwin USAF: Cdr.W.E.Bean. the team's arrival.In conference and command
MSC USN: A.D. Peterson, R. order to assure that your presentation scheduled for Feb-
Simon J.W. Lombardo, S.. Ne- problem will be made known to ruary 13 will by arranged by Florida's Governor
% VIEWING THE PROCLAMATION signed by
therland, and M. Brody. the team, or if you wish to discuss Mr. W. F.HamiltonManagement
The information the team accumulates the forthcoming visit, con- Assistance Officer.Arrangements Claude Kirk, designating Saturday, February" 11 as
,
"Scout Good Turn In northern Florida (left to right)
during the visit will tact Cdr. J.A. Chapman. Control for the cocktail Day' are
be evaluated by the cognizant Division Officer, Supply Department party scheduled for the inspection Richard Suddath, Council Commissioner. Ho. Florida Coun
DSA Supply Center and appro- Ext. 336/311/438: who team on February 14, will be cil, BSA, RADM H.H. Caldwell, COMFAIRJAX General
priate corrective action will be Is station coordinator for the arranged by Capt. J. A.-Hiegel, Chairman, Good Turn Day, and Edward H. Heist, President
DSA Team's visit. Public Works Officer. of Goodwill Industries.




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..EDITORIALANOTHER ? r l t rr


I LOVE I TrafficViolations I,\


by EC/ So wo The following Is a report of

Heans and flowers may be considered as trite, old fashioned, motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
and sentimental in this modern, realistic' age of the twentieth violations for the period
century, yet every year around February 14 millions of young and Jan. 31, 1967 Feb. 6, 1967.
old alike take the opportunity to send hearts and flowers to their: Number of Accidents WHAT WHERE AND WHEN
loved ones. Are these millions of people suddenly to be consideredas I, This week-Feb. 6, 1967 two ,
old fashioned and going against convention and the times? Total Accident this year throughFeb.
The answer is obviously, "No." 6, 1967 - -18 Tuesday, February 21
of Accidents through
Number
February, 1966 - -54 "ICE HOCKEY": Flo. Rockets vs. Knoxville at the Co////
Total number of days since seum. Reserve Tickets; $1.25 and 51.00. Gen. Adm. 75<.

last injury In a motor vehicle 0
r accident---------- 17 Friday February 24
2& Number of ViolationsThis "ICE HOCKEY": Fla. Rockets vs. Nashville at the Collseum. .

week - -72 ., Gen. Adm. 75 .
- - -11
Speeding-
) .
11 ) Reckless Driving-------6 'Friday-Sunday February 10.12"INTERNATIONAL .' :
'c-* Going rhrough Stop Sign11 ; VACATION & TRAVEL SHOW ":

'.. ..". Other 73 drivers Violations-------62 appeared before At the Coliseum. Tickets are free at Special Services.
\
,t'o the Traffic Hearing Board at
the meeting held on Feb. 7, Sunday, February 12
1967 Disposition of the cases "BEACH BOYS": At the Auditorium. T/clcet-pr/ces; $2.25,
Included the following: 15 lost $2.75 and $3.25., ,

driving and parking privileges 'Saturday,, February 18 .. .
aboard station for various
"THE OTIS REDDING SHOW": At the Coliseum. Ticket
periods; 0 were assigned to complete -
an eight hour course in remedial prices; $2.50."METROPOLITANonda.
IL driving at NATTC;

't 't One was assigned to 8t>ERA MJ: rch 6NATIONAL COMPANY",
complete a six-hour course In
remedial driving at Sax Police Presents "La Traviata" at the Auditorium. Ticket prices;

Academy; 28 received suspensions $5.00 and $6.00.
Love is not a thing to be ashamed of, nor Is It to be considered Thursday February 23
; 20 were given warnings;
as old fashioned. There are however, different kinds of love. Five dismissed; 10' fined (U.S. "AL HIRT": At the Auditorium./ Ticket prices; $3.00,
The highest kinds of love are undoubtedly considered as love of
and nine and
Commissioner); referred $4.00 $5.00.
God, Family, and Country. There Is however,another type of love to commadlng officersfor
one that has been considered a "love of the corps." .
Those who are In the service experience this type of love, which possible disciplinary action. Tuesday, March 7
73 drivers assessed a total of
"METROPOLITAN OPERA NATIONAL COMPANY": Pre-
becomes: a very, real thing, not something old fashioned or senti-
mental, but especially real and important. 118 points. sents "The Marriage of Figaro" at the Auditorium. Ticket

Love of the service demands a great deal of the Individual.It prices; $5.00 and $6.00. .
requires him to establish a comradeship between his fellow servicemen. Wednesday, March 8 ,
It requires him to discard petty prejudice, hatred, and malice, /
and accept the realization that he depends upon his fellow service "HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS": At the Coliseum. Ticket
buddy for many, many, things -- at time even his life. D I V .'1 @ 5 p r v h ,P prices; $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
Thus, It Is required that all those In the service work togetheras
a team for the betterment and sustainment of all and each other.
'This harmony: Is only possible, If a love for one's fellow man Is
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Tickets for events be purchased Bldg. 704, Special
felt card acknowledged., Each must accept. his fellow serviceman may
for what he Is, a human being like himself. None of us are perfect, Services, Ext. 444.NAMTRADET. .
f thus: wer, must',not :demand perfection in each Bother. It requires Edward's Chapel'
.
.. .. .. .,
tolerance times for in everyday, ,duties e 4- "
at us our yet we must remember 1O97 Plays Host
that someone must also cope with'us, and at times, eachof
us do become: Intolerable to someone or other. .
If there becomes a kind of fraternal feeling between those In SUNDAY MASS0900&1100 To Vision Wookond WarriorsGIVING

the service, there naturally evolves a feeling for the service it-. DAILY MASS------- 1145
self. In reality, each is contigent upon the other. If we maintaina SATURDAY MASS1045
dislike or prejudice toward the service, so are we likely to do the ConfessionsSaturday
same for those that are contained within Its family. Thus, we should 1700 1730 & 1900-1930

each stride to develop a lose of the service. We should be proudof t f9L
the uniforms that we wear. We should honor the traditions and

the heritage of the service. U.S Naval Hospital
In this troubled world today, there Is a sufficient amount of
hatred and discord. The world today does not need more disharmony,
the which dedicated SUNDAY MASS - 0800
especially in services are to the preservation -
of our freedoms to love what we please'and whom we please. FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205
There is one fact that should be remembered There are many
who would gladly trade places with those of us who are In the
service. There are many who are not eligible to serve, and yet DIVINE SERVICES
would do so gladly. In a way, we are members of a select group.
We should definitely take advantage of this privilege.This PROTESTANTAll _
year as we again send valentine greetings to our loved Saints Chapel
ones, let us remember that we also owe a certain amount of loveto INSTRUCTIONS TO VISITING WEEKEND WARRIORSIs
the service of which we are .a part. This love Is needed If the SUNDAY'S CPO W. A. Macatfe, NAM TO 7097. Pictured from left to

service Is to remain the family that It is, and maintain the heritage 0800 ---- -Holy Communion right are Capt. W. Hecht, Lt. P. P. Poole, Lt. W. A. Mac Williams .

which it must. 0930 & 1100Divine Worship Cdr. J. D. Long, Lcdr. P. S. Lennon.

NAMTRADET 1097 acted as from January 30 through Febru-
SUNDAY SCHOOL093th
Chaplains host for five
MessageBy officers and:! 89 ary 10.
- Annex
Chapel
enlisted men,headed by Cdr. J. The primary purpose of the
Building 722
D. Long,
Commanding Olflcer,
familiarize
NAD
training at JAX was to
Joseph T. Dimino, CDR, CHC, USNA WEDNESDAY'S NARMU 931, at the two weekend the two squadrons with
Warrior
young man 'walked Into the lobby of a small hotel to wait for a ------choir Rehearsal from Willow Squadrons, NARMU-931 F-8 type aircraft and related
Grove
friend. It was raining outside and he decided to look for a place in THURSDAY DIV-931 from Buffalo,Pa.and NAR- systems. This was accomplished
which to hang his wet hat and coat. The desk clerk told him to walk 2000 Christian formed their N.Y.rer- under the guidance of Leading
Science
down the corridor, open the third door on the left, take two steps Service duty for two weeks active Chief Barnette and his staff of
down and there he would find a clotheshook.By SECOND MONDAY of Each Month training at NAS JAX instructors.The .
mistake, the young man opened the second door on the left, 0930 Chapel Women's Guila
took one step forward and fell straight down an elevator shaft. (Small Chapel)
The alert clerk heard the crash and'rushed to the open doorway. J A X AI
Peering down into the darkness of the elevator shaft, the shouted, U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL Ft N EWS
?" Sunday's - 100C
"Are you all right
After a long pause, a hollow, echoing voice resounded from the
depths of the shaft, "Yeh, I'm O.K. but If you're coming in, watchout JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.
for that first step it's a dillyl" CECIL FIELD paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
WATCH THAT FIRST STEP --- it's a dilly. A mighty important TodPROTESTANT' Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
precaution for each of us to follow. It's easy to go downhillonce Company, a private firm. All Copy 'submltteJ for use in
you've taken that f;rst step. Choir Practice
at 7 p. m. the JAX AIR NEWS
Harry spends his time these days watching interesting shadows Sunday-:! must be forwarded to the Public
that the bars of his cell cast on the stone floor ---because his first Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
act of appropriating his neighbors greenbacks led to a long line of Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. on Monday before publication. News Items are welcomed/
ether thefts. Communion first Sunday from all sourcesTelephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Jimmy, lying hal(-conscious after a serious accident, with his of the month. Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and
good mother standing nearby, utters an ungodly string of foul queries such
concerning should/ be directed
to
:
few earlier he made no effort to
epithets --- because a years
The
Holt
curb the first tainted phrases that crossed his lips. CATHOLIC Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.
Mike has destroyed his marriage his home, his job, his life--- D a n y- Jacksonville Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451'f
first alcoholic binge was just a lot of i
because he thought that his 11:20 a. m. Mass
fun and Innocent mischief. Sunday- VOL. 24 N0. 44 FEBRUARY 9 1967
,
Watch that first step! And reap the benefits of good character and 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-

, noble living. ., fessions* heard. .. beforeeacbMass.Y1M111lWYWtMIIMrINiJUlPl3l. ..

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9, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER P 3


'US N Extend < : >; Advance ,
.100Q-
I ,; .vY"Men Skylarking, Discipline; Pay


Viet For 30-Day Leave : For Top EMWASHINGTON '
,, Are .
How They Connected?

WASHINGTON -. More than or not to,extend a man's tour .- Top -. level

1,000 Navy men haveextendedtheir can be speedily and authori{ative- Last BIn"Bulkhead cracy; for without depriving an Defense officials have approvedthe
Vietnam tours for an extra ly decided and, acted on. night and individual of hIs fundamental proposal to allow senior -
six months to take advantage of Through its Washington contacts his buddy Hugh Hull were returning non commissioned and petty
rights, it nevertheless requires
the 30 day transportation ,. the new BuPers office is to the barracks after officers to draw advances in
adherence of rules that
to a set
paid vacations they get in *between able to start the ball rolling bowling their league. It seems the basic pay without command approval ,
tours under the new law when perrussion JO.vlsit foreign the ,two of them had had a few, man, through experience of This will affect near-
has found
best suited
to
which went into effect November counties is required. And, by not enough to delete their sen- ages ly 200,000 men in grades-
relations,
2. close liaison with ]Epdopac; ses fully, but enough to allow. bers govern of society. Some among of.mem-these 7 and above.
One of the busiest offices in the they can adjust the assignmentof regression. of their maturity. rulse made Before ,the approval, all 'enlisted -
are by duly con-
Bureau of Naval Personnel' is anew relief personnel to Vietnamto Since they quite often 'com- stituted authority and are laid men desiring to draw
outfit set up solely for the dovetail with the extensions pete against each ,other'in' physical down in writing. These are advance cash had to have,the
purpose of handling problems In processing the reassign- as well as mental* capa of their commandingofficer
called laws. Others, sanctioned
bilities
,connected with enlisted men in ments options, the BuPers,office ,.a few friendly pokes and by custom and usage, are called .
Vietnam. It is this group which is invaluable in handling details humorous sarcastic remarks led conventions. If a man, under the new sys-
has so far handled the details of such as .transfers to the to a "friendlyscuffle."However, tem, is departing for duty at
more than 100 tour extendees. Atlantic Fleet and assignments the'scuffle ,lasted little longer a distant station he may get 'as
also the workers who for than it should have. And before Discipline Implies subjectionto three-month advancein
They are ashore those Vietnam vets control exerted for the much as a
a goodof
take care of all the arrangements eligible' for seavy transfers. Un- it was over the door windowof the whole the adherence pay before his departure. Normally -

connected with the recently an- like the EPDOs. which are conc- the TV lounge was broken. to rules intended for the amount of the
or policies
nounced Navy policy of giving erned only with requirements Luckily, no one was hurt by the orderly coordination of ef- advance will limited to a single
Vietnam veterans optional reassignment within their own jurisdiction, the the shattered window and Bill fort. Its months basis pay.
and is to ring
privileges.The bureau people can coordinate the Hugh, except for being slight about uniformity purpose In cooperating All men who get the advance

way it breaks down, it whole picture speedily, and thus ly exhausted, were unharmed for the attainment of a common must have enough time left on
is EPDOPAC that writes the orders better serve the individual's Shortly thereafter, the MAA goal. This uniformity is obtained their current enlistments to pay
sending men into,Vietnam, choices. arrived on the scene and sug- when an individual understands the money back.A .
but it is Pers B 211RVN that The same situation applies for gested that Bill and Hugh see how to fit into Defense directive on the
their an organizationas
brings all the enlisted out those picking advanced schoolingas chief master at arms whole. The of new system will be distributedsoon.
the first a strength a
thing in the
for morning. .
either another tour elsewhere their reassignment option.
military organization is measured -
or for the special 30 day The school assignment peopleare They did. and were placed on .by the quality of its dis-

leaves.To also located within the bur- report. .
During a short talk with their cipline.It's
get the leave program go- eau, where requests from the
too late for Bill and Hughto
division officer later in the day,
ing as soon as possible after Con- Vietnam desk can be meshed benefit from this article but HEAD The ship's lavatory Is
,
gress passed the enabling law, with training school choices. both men found that they would called the "head" because these
the "Bills and Hugh
perhaps :
be
the Navy temporarily delegated Those working on the Viet- going to Captain's Mast the of the future will take heed and facilities in the'old days were

authority to set up 30 day nam desk many of whom are following How morning. 'not find themselves in similar located In the forward part(head)
leave applications out to the fieldIt themselves returnees from the have been could this incident ( or worse) situations. of the ship.
prevented?Discipline.
was recognized that there fighting front report thatgen-
had to be a centralized location erally, those requesting the broad Adherence to discipline could
where all the details could be reassignment options are getting have saved Bill and Hugh a lot
of embarrassment 1000 Yards From The Gill
quickly and accurately,coordin what they ask for. That is, those and entrieson
ated. Thus, the new BuPers requesting Atlantic Fleet duty pages six and thirteen of their

section was made,the focal point are going there. those eligiblefor service records. Good Laundry & Cleaners
What is ?
discipline To the
average -
for exptension requests commencing seavey are coming ashore
February 1. regardless of waiting lists, and person: the word discipline & Joan's Tailor Shop
carries with it
of
connotations
,
With control now centralized in those asking for overseas duty ,
BuPers, all the details providing are getting priority consideration severity, and unreasonalbe
or cancelling orders to for the type. of duty choice curtailment of freedom, endless .6409 Roosevelt Blvd.. EV4 28S7?
restriction, etc. Actually, discipline
reliefs, making leave whether they have made. ,
is the basis of true demoI' I
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BEST DETECTIVE STORIESOF
ceives clemency on the grounds crime". And the fourth is the
THE YEAR, 21st annual collection -
of moral rehabilitation.A divorce
edited by A. Boucher.Mr. case of John Henry Faulk,a radio Some guys say my prices are lower than the Navy
case illustrates the confused and TV personality whose career Exchange. Don't worry, If I see they're going under
Boucher has covered the
state of divorce laws in America, and livelihood had been destroyedby I'll raise mine.
field in order to find the bestin
The Roy Fruehauf case illu- a vicious campaign of slander
mystery writing. The range is minates the intricacies of the and blacklisting.
wide; from the formal detective
to the tale II 17 .. .II' j
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the grimly to An. Open Invitation from
ironically macabre;from the private -

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EDITORIAL o>- /


I ANOTSo LOVE I TrafficViolations t,, err 1 r iJ


wo The following Is a report of
Hearts and flowers may be considered as trite, old fashioned, motor vehicle accidents and traffic _
and sentimental in this modern realistic age of the twentieth violations for the period
century, yet every year around February 14, millions of young and Jan. 31, 1967 Feb. 6, 1967.
old alike take the opportunity to send hearts and flowers to their: Number of Accidents WHAT WHERE AND WHEN
loved ones. Are these millions of people suddenly to be considered'' This week-Feb. 6, 1967 two ,
as old fashioned and going against convention and the times? Total Accident this year through
The answer is obviously, "No." Feb. 6, 1967 - -18 Tuesday, February 21
Number of Accidents through
-54 "ICE HOCKEY": Fla. Rockets vs. Knoxville at the Colt.SCUM. .
February 1966 - -
Total number of days since Reserve Tickets; $1.25 and 100. Gen. Adm. 75<.

last injury in a motor vehicle '
accident---------- 17 Friday February 24
s& Number of ViolationsThis "ICE HOCKEY": Fla. Rockets vs. Nashville at the Coll.

week - -72 scum, Gen. Adm. 75$. ,
- - -11
Speeding-
) .
It ) Reckless Driving-------6 Frlday-Sunday February 10-12 .' .
.' Going rhrough Stop Sign11 "INTERN ATIO&'JVACATION & TRAVEL SHOW":

Other Violations-------62 before At the Coliseum. Tickets are free at Special Services.
73 drivers appeared
the Traffic Hearing Board at
the meeting held on Feb. 7, ''Sunday, February 12,
1967 Disposition of the cases "BEACH BOYS": At the Auditorium. T/cket.pr/ces; $2.25,
included the following: 15 lost $2.75 and $3.25. .-

driving and parking privileges 18
aboard station for various Saturday February
periods; 0 were assigned to complete "THE OTIS REDDING SHOW": At the Coliseum. Ticket

an eight hour course in remedial prices; $2.50.
a w IL $:. driving at NATTC;

t One was assigned to "METROPOUTJwnJ l=RAh: CATIONAL COMPANY",
complete a six-hour course In
Presents "La Traviata" at the Auditorium. Ticket prices;
remedial driving at Jax Police
Academy 28 received $5.00 and
Love is be ashamed of is it to be consideredas ; suspen- $6.00.Thursday.
not a thing to nor sions; 20 were given warnings; February 23
old fashioned. There are however, different kinds of love. Five dismissed; 10' fined (U.S. "AL HIRT": At the Auditorium. Ticket prices; $3.00,
The highest kinds of love are undoubtedly considered as love of
Commissioner); and nine referred $4.00 and $5.00.
God, Family, and Country. There is however another type of love to commadlng officersfor
has been considered "love of the "
one that a corps. .
Those who are In the service experience this type of love, which possible disciplinary action. Tuesday, March 7
73 drivers assessed a total of
"METROPOLITAN OPERA NATION\L COMPANY" Pre
:
becomes: a very, real thing, not something old fashioned or senti-
mental, but especially real and Important. 118 points. sents "The rforriage of Figaro". at the Auditorium. Ticket
Love of the service demands a great deal of the Individual.It prices; $5.00 and $6.00.Wednesday.
establish between his fellow service- '
requires him to a comradeship March 8 .
men. It requires him to discard petty prejudice, hatred, and malice, I
and accept the realization that he depends upon his fellow service "HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS": At the Coliseum. Ticket
buddy for many, many, things -- at time even his life. () I V' r) P S pry Il prices; $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
Thus, it is required that all those in the service work togetheras
a team for the betterment and:! sustainment of all and each other. '
'This harmony Is only possible, If a love for one's fellow man Is
felt 'and acknowledged.. Each must accept, his fellow*serviceman ROMAN CATHOLIC Tickets for events may be purchased at Bldg.. 704, Special

for what he is, a human being like himself. None of us are perfect, Services, Ext. 444.NAMTIIADET.
f 1 thus we must not demand perfection in each .'othe .. It requires St. Edward's Chapel'
.,
,
,, .
,
tolerance at times for us in our everyday duties, yet we must'remember J < n.'I<*"<1'" 1O97 Plays 'Host
that someone must also cope with us, and at times, each
of us do become intolerable to someone or other. ,
SUNDAY MASS- 0900&1100 To Vlslln W..k.nd Warrior
If there becomes a kind of fraternal feeling between those in -
the service, there naturally evolves a feeling for the service it-, DAILY MASS------- 1145
self. In reality, each is contigent upon the other. If we maintaina SATURDAY MASS1045
dislike or prejudice toward the service, so are we likely to do the ConfessionsSaturday
same for those that are contained within its family. Thus, we should 1700 1730 & 1900-1930 ..
each stride to develop a lo"e of the service. We should be proudof l
the uniforms that we wear. We should honor the traditions and
the heritage of the service. U.S Naval Hospital
In this troubled world today, there is a sufficient amount of
hatred and discord. The world today does not need more disharmony, ,f.L .
especially In the services which are dedicated to the preservation SUNDAY MASS - 0800
of our freedoms to love what we please and whom we please. FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205
There is one fact that should be remembered There are many
who would gladly trade places with those of us who are in the
service. There are many who are not eligible to serve, and yet DIVINE SERVICES
would do so gladly. In a way, we are members of a select group.
We should definitely take advantage of this privilege.This PROTESTANTAll _
year as we again send valentine greetings to our loved Saints Chapel
ones, let us remember that we also owe a certain amount of loveto GIVING INSTRUCTIONS TO VISITING WEEKEND WARRIORSIs
the service of which we are a part. This love is needed If the SUNDAY'S CPO W. A. Macatfe, NAMTD 1097. Pictured from left to

service Is to remain the family that it Is, and maintain the heritage 0800 ---Holy Communion right are Copt. W. Hecht, Lt. P. P. Poole, Lt. W. A. Mac WHams //.

which it must. 0930 & 1100Divine Worship .( Cdr. J. D. Long, Lcdr. P. S. Lennon.

NAMTRADET 1097 acted as from January 30 through Febru-
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Chaplains host for five
MessageBy officers and 89 ary 10.
0930 - Chapel Annex
enlisted men,headed by Cdr. J. The primary purpose of the
Building 722
D. Long,
Commanding Officer
: training at NAD JAX was to familiarize -
Joseph T. Dimino, CDR, CHC, USNA WEDNESDAY'S NARMU 931, at the two weekend the two squadrons with

young man 'walked into the lobby of a small hotel to wait for a 1900 .-- -Choir Rehearsal from Warrior Squadrons, NARMU-931 F-8 aircraft and related
friend. It was raining outside and he decided to look for a place In THURSDAY WillowGrovePa.andNARsystems.:! This was accomplished
which to hang his wet hat and coat. The desk clerk told him to walk 2000 Christian formed their Buffalo, N.Y.,peruooer the guidance of Leading
down the corridor, open the third door on the left, take two steps Science Service duty for two weeks active Chief Barnette and his staff of
down and there he would find a clotheshook.By SECOND MONDAY of Each Month training at NAS JAX instructors.The .
mistake, the young man opened the second door on the left, 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo
took one step forward and fell straight down an elevator shaft. (Small Chapel)
The alert clerk heard the crash and rushed to the open doorway.
Peering down Into the darkness of the elevator shaft, the shouted, U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL AIR NEWS
"Are you all right?" Sunday's - looc
After a long pause, a hollow, echoing voice resounded from the
depths of the shaft, **Yeh, I'm O.K. but if you're coming in, watch JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper .
out for that first step it's a dillyl" CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT' distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
WATCH THAT FIRST STEP --- it's a dilly. A mighty important Station, Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing
for each of us to follow. It's easy to go downhillonce
precaution Today- Company, a
firm.
private All Copy 'submitted for use in
you've taken that first; step. Choir Practice 7 the
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p. m. JAX AIR'
Harry spends his time these days watching the Interesting shadows Sunday- NEWS must be hoarded to the Public
that the bars of his cell cast on the stone floor because his first Sunday School at 9:30 Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12.40 noon
m.
act of appropriating his neighbors greenbacks led to a long line- of Chapel Service at 10:30 p.a.m. on Monday before publication. News Items are welcomed/ /

other thefts. Communion on the first Sunday from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Jimmy, lying half-conscious after a serious accident, with his of the month. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
good mother standing nearby, utters an ungodly string of foul queries
because few earlier he made no effort to concerning such should be directed to:
epithets --- a years
curb the first tainted phrases that crossed his lips. CATHOLIC The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.
Mike has destroyed his marriage, his home, his job, his life--- D a U y- Jacksonville Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451'f
because he thought that his first alcoholic binge was just a lot of 11:20 a. m. Mass
fun and Innocent mischief. Sunday- VOL. 24 NO. 44 9. 1961
Watch that first step I And reap the benefits of good character and 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- FEBRUARY

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1000 Plus Men Extend',, .. :: Advance
Navy Pay
I ., 'Skylarking, Discipline; ,


Viet For 30-Day Leave For Top .EMWASHINGTON
"
How Are They Connected?

WASHINGTON -, More than or not: to extend a man's ,tour- ,- Top -. level

1,000 Navy, men haveextendedtheir can be speedily and authorial ve- cracy; for without depriving an Defense officials have approvedthe
Last Bill
night Bulkhead
Vietnam tours for an extra ly decided and,acted on. oo'fIts. individual of his fundamental proposal to allow senior -
six months to take advantage of Through its Washington contacts buddy, Hugh Hull were returning rights, it nevertheless requires non commissioned and petty
the 30 day transportation the new BuPers office is to' the barracks after officers to draw advances In'
r 'adherence to a set of rules that
paid vacations they get in -between able to start the ball rolling bowling.in their league. It seems man, through the experience of basic pay without command{ approvaL -.
the ,two of them had had a few, will affect near-
the visit This
tours under new law when penussion JO foreign ages, has found best suited to !
which went into effect November counties is required. And by not, enough to delete their senses ly 200,000 men in grades-
relations
2. close liaison with Epdopac; fully, but enough to allow govern among mem- 7 and above.
'
bers of society. Some of these
One of the busiest offices in the they can adjust the assignmentof regression, of their maturity. rulse made Before ,the approval, all en
by
are duly con-
Bureau of Naval Personnel' is anew relief personnel to Vietnamto Since they quite, often compete : stituted authority and are laid listed men desiring to draw

outfit set up solely for the dovetail with the extensions against each ,o her',lh'physical down in writing. These are advance cash had to have _,the

purpose of handling problems In processing the reassignments bilitles, as well few as mental*, caoa- called laws. Others, sanctionedby approval of their commanding,

,connected with enlisted men in options, the BuPers,office a friendly pokes and custom and usage, are called. ,officer.
Vietnam. It is this group which is invaluable in handling details humorous sarcastic remarks led conventions. If a man, under the new'system -

has so far handled the details of such as transfers to' \the to a "friendlyscuffle."However, is departing for duty at
more than 100 tour extendees. Atlantic Fleet and assignments the scuffle ,lasted a little longer a distant station he may get 'as
Discipline implies subjectionto
also the workers who than it should have. And before much three-month advancein
They are ashore for those Vietnam vets control exerted for the as a
a goodof
take care of all the arrangements eligible for seavy transfers. Un- it was over the door window the whole the adherance pay before his departure. Nor-

connected with the recently an- like the EPDOs, which are conc- of the TV lounge was broken. to rules intended for mally, the amount of the
or policies
nounced Navy policy of giving erned only with requirementswithin Luckily, no one was hurt by the orderly coordination of ef- advance will limited to a single,
the
shattered window and Bill
Vietnam veterans optional reassIgnment their own jurisdiction, the fort. Its is months basis pay.
to ring
privileges.The bureau people can coordinate the and Hugh,except for being slightly about uniformity purpose in cooperating All men who get the advance'-

way it breaks down, it whole picture speedily, and thus exhausted were unharmed for the attainment of a common must have enough time left on
is EPDOPAC that writes the orders better serve the individual's Shortly thereafter, the MAA goal. This uniformity is obtained their current enlistments to pay
Vietnam choices. arrived on the scene and sug the back.A .
into
sending men when an individual understands money
but it is Pers B 211RVN that The same situation applies for gested that Bill and Hugh see how to fit into an organizationas Defense directive on the
their chief
brings all the enlisted?, out those picking advanced schoolingas the first master at arms a whole. The strength of a new system will be distributedsoon.
thing in the
either for another tour elsewhere their reassignment option. morning. .
is -
military organization measured
They did and
or for the special 30 day The school assignment people were placed on .by the quality of its dis
leaves.To are also located within the bur- report.
During a short talk with their cipline.
get the leave program go- eau, where requests from the division officer It's too late for Bill and Hughto
later in the day,
afterCon- Vietnam desk be meshed HEAD The lavatory is
ing as soon as possible can benefit from this article, but ship's
both found
gress passed the enabling law, with training school choices. men that they would perhaps the "Bills and Hugh called the "head" because these
be
the Navy temporarily delegated Those working on the Viet- going to Captain's Mast the of the future will take heed and facilities In the'old days were

authority to set up 30 day nam desk many of whom are following How morning. not find themselves in similar located In the forward pan(head)

leave applications out,to the fieldIt themselves returnees from the have been could this'? incident ( or worse) situations of the ship.
prevented Discipline.
was recognized that there fighting front report thatgen Adherence
had to be a centralized location erally, those requestingthebroad to discipline could
where all the details could be reassignment options are getting have ,saved Bill and Hugh a lot Yards The
of embarrassment 1000 From Gate
quickly and accurately coordin what they ask for.That is, those and entrieson
ated. Thus, the new BuPers requesting Atlantic Fleet duty pages six and thirteen of their

section was made,the focal point are going there,' those eligiblefor service records. Good Laundry & Cleaners
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February 1. regardless of waiting lists and person the word discipline & Jean's Tailor Shop
carries with it connotations of
With control now centralized in those asking for overseas duty
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BEST DETECTIVE STORIESOF ceives clemency on the grounds
And the fourth is the
THE YEAR, 21st annual collection of moral rehabilitation.A divorcecase
case of John Henry Faulk,a radio Some
edited by A. Boucher.Mr. guys say my prices ore lower than the Navy
illustrates the confused and TV personality whose career Exchange. Don't worry, if I see they're going' under
Boucher has covered the state of divorce laws in America, and livelihood had been destroyed I'll raise. mine.
field In order to find the bestin The Roy Fruehauf case illu- by a vicious campaign of slander

mystery writing. The range is minates the intricacies of the and blacklisting.
wide; from the formal detective
-- --
story to the pure suspense tale; . ,. . . . .
from the grimly realistic to the An Open Invitation from
macabre from the '
ironically ; private

eye to the parodypastiche.THE : j t mui/ :
JURY RETURNS by Louis Willis Butts Jr. .

Nizer. The famous trial lawyer,

author of MY LIFE IN COURT, FOR ALL MY MILITARY FRIENDSTO : :
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I'.' Women's Club Notes I I- NATTC : Behind The Scene I ISgt.



The J.O.W.C. sponsored a luncheon All members, : and prospective
on February 1, at the "0" members are invited to attend BY BEVERLY MOOPF
Club. Hostesses were the ladiesof the next notified business meeting
VW-4 VAP-62 and FAETU- in the clubhouse Bldg.716,N.AS Hall AK3; J. Maclntlre AMS3;
1 LANT. on February 15. G.R. Vanalst, AMS3J.I.; Vaooer-
The luncheon menu whichfea- ******** Ham. PN3; D.A. Jett AE3; J.T.
I
tured Chicken Divine Cranberry ''p. Muslalowski AE3; D.A. Roland
I Gelatin Salad and Huguenot Tone The Marine Wives' Glib held AE3 G.M. Turner AE3; B.F.
I was prepared by the "0" Club their social meeting at 8 p.m. Sabol AE3; W.F. Kettenback
I Chef from the menu chosen by February 6, at the Acey Ducey A03; J.F. Leathern TM3; R.P.
the hostesses from the cookbooks Club. The meeting was calledto Catlin AE3; K.F. Correra AE3;
that were on sale. order by the President Mrs. u
a z.w ,sr AJ. DeFranco, AE3; F J. God-
Among numerous topics.discussed Betty Jean Bock and opened witha frey AE3; R.G. Hopkins AE3;

at the monthly J.O.W.C. prayer and roll call. P.T. Klimas AE3; andB.B.Gist

Board Meeting was the"MagooUaBall" A03. Congratulations again fora
Following a by the club
report well done!
which will be held April and job
the NAS secretary treasurer all ********
29 at Officer's Club. business then
was dispensed withso
Mrs. C.D. Simonsen will act as that members,could take AN Douglas R. Morrison of
Chairman, co-ordinating ideas in and enjoytheevening's part Class 634 was named Honorman
submitted by the individual units. social activities. planned of the Week from Aviation Electricians -
r Mate (A) School. Mor-
The date of the June Luncheonhas Decorations and refreshmentsbore rison _.completed the 22 week
been changed from June 7 a Valentine's Day theme including school with a final average of
to May 31 due to the termintion table decorations and a 90.02. The Honor Class from
of school sessions. heart-shaped cake. Refresh- Aviation Electrician's Mate (A)

ments were provided and served School was .Class 644.
by Mrs. Jody Children and Mrs. ********
********
Linda McKinney "After giving 25 years of ser-
N.W.C.A. Jax :1186 held a busi- ra
vice 'to felow
ness meeting February 1 in their Games your countrymen
were played with Mrs. it is with great pleasure and
clubhouse. Betty Bock and Mrs.Angle Cava-
pride that I extend to you their
Transfer member Mrs. Elvin
naugh winning prizes. Mrs. Sue desire that
since appreciation
Wolforth. from N.W. C.A.iH65., Willson
won the door prize for future after retirement be
Corpus XChristi Tex., and her the evening. your
as successfull as your former
guest Mrs. Ted Strickland
introduced* Other guests attending was- The Marines Wives meet on the D. F.'MARTIN career. My personalbest wishes
were Mrs. Ray Hardesty first and third Monday of each NATTCs Serviceman of the During the period of time Mar- and heartfelt" thanks go with you.
President of NW. C.A. *201. month and those wives who are Month for December 1966 is Sgt. tin has been assigned as Chief Well done. These were the
Mayport, Fla., and Mrs. Murray interested becoming membersare Darrell F. Martin of Marine Air Clerk of the Marine Air Detach- final orders that were read to AE1
DykeS Southeast Regional Con- urged to call Mrs.Betty Bock Detachment Personnel Office. ment Personnel Office "he has C.P. Willimon by Capt. ThomasB.
vention Chairman... at 2647172. Sergeant Martin was presentedwith consistently demonstrated his Ellison while transferringhim
Local members holding a $50 Savings Bond and willingness and ability to accomplish to the. Fleet Reserve Statuson
National offices and past National The next meeting will be heldat Commendation by Capt. ThomasB. all tasks in an expedient efficient February 6. Cdr. Ballou
offices were introduced. Committee 8p.m., February 20. Ellison in the Commanding and reliable manner with Executive Officer; Cdr. Quillen
,chairman for the new year Officer's office on Feb. 6, 1967. little or no supervision. Very Superintendent of Electrical
were appointed. The Cold War GI Bill was en- Sergeant Martin will also receive often he contributed his lunch Training and CWO Schrei Wil-
Refreshments were served by acted for the benefit of all eli- a USO sponsored trip to hours and after duty hours to limon's Division Officer, were
Mrs. James; Scully and Mrs. gible veterans. Ask about it, it St. Augustine Fla. at a later ensure that all tasks were completed also prese'm.WUl1mon .
Robert Mosher. can do a lot for you. date. properly and efficiently.His reported toNATTC's
1.I 'Can Do' attitude has resulted -' Aviation Electrician's Mate (A)
I ., 'f. '. ":. in the outstanding Completion School in July of 1964 where he
: :
; .
.. ,h '; ', :},j' "," .. of all tasks undertaken." served as 'an ,Instructor ,in the
I:: ",, ', : ,: .'if', \\ .. ,. \ ilW \ q\oj..
: I. ; r : :( t. ''''';< ; ; : various phases of AE (A) School.
''0'.: 01' .: : 1'. : r'' Sgt. Martin demon- Willimon resies with his wife
." ,' : .r/ ,? .. continually
p r. ...
,:: I.' strates his sunerior leadership and family in Green Cove Springs,
I ,, ;.' TRANSPORTATION : V'. 'f ,', : *';" : '. ability bydeed and example.This Fla.
A in addition his
to attitude manner -
: 'PROBLEM ? HOW,ABOUT A :. ', and professional skill

"'.L,:," LOW-COST NEW CAR LOAN AT makes him a very valuable asset
to this Command .and to the
1 I ." WESTSIDE ATLANTIC Marine Corps. 6

\ BANK ******
'
: Congratulations
j are extendedto
.
: ,,: :., :,.,. :.:/. : :. the following NATTC Per- > 4Al
'/ sonnel'who were advanced to
'0' ,' ;.. \ .' .r. 4w. rates E-4 through E-8; In the
month of January: J.L. Bell,

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Accidents More Than Statistics The Navy's Incentive Awards Program provides recognition
of employees who have rendered their services to the Federal
Says Civil Service Chairman government for a long period: of time. Federal service includes
,
honorable military and civilian service in departments and agenciesof
the Federal and the municipal government of the
The Human side of accidents was emphasized by Chairman District of Columbia.To government.
John W. Macy, Jr., of the Civil Service Commission, when he rllL1t be eligible for a Department of the Navy Length of ServIce'
addressed the 21st Conference of the Federal Council In
Safety
Award, an employee must have had at least five years of civilian,
Chicago service his most recent year of service must have been as a
;
"Certainly we need facts and analysis of data in a safety cam-
listed below were
civilian employee of the Navy. The people: pre-
paign," he said, but we must not lose sight of the people: the emblem Martin J.
sented the Navy's anchor-type lapel by Capt.
pain, and the personal problem i that the statistics represent." : pia 1 a Stack in ceremonies January 23: (all addresses'are local)
"The idea that we care more reau of the Budget, the General
for our computer punch cards Services Administration, and the Clyde M. Banks ((0 &R) MllitaryDutyNavy( ) 191/2 years
'do not fold, spindle, or mu- Post Office Department to bring 4640 Blount Avenue War Dept. (Engineers. ) 1/4 yean:
tilate' than we do for the human about the type of occupationalhealth The 89th Congress passed,and NAS Jacksonville 10 1/4 'years
beings whose misfortunes make programs "which the the President signed into action,
up these statistics should be President wants and which will more than a score of laws affecting Maurice B. Pattee ((0 & R) Military Duty, (Navy). 22 2/3 years
completely repugnant to us, be helpful in safety programs." Federal employees. Thisis 6333 Sauterne Drive NAS Jacksonville 7 1/3 years'
he said. 4. Federal Executive Boards, the third in a series of new
He said that the personal: hurt, comprised of Federal managersin public laws.MOVING. Geoffrey T. Mims (Public Works) Social Service Board 4 years
the tragic feeling of loss, and 15 major metropolitan areas EXPENSES -- Public 4648 Attleboro Street WAS Jacksonville 26 years
the hardships caused by fatalor are demonstrating an eagernessto Law 89-5l6'amends the Administrative -
disabling injuries endure long cooperate in furthering the Expenses Act of 1946to John J. Folk (Supply) Military Duty, (Navy) 191/2 years
after the accident. "In someif cause of safety. provide for reimbursement of 808 Day Avenue NAS Jacksonville 10 1/2 years
not the majority of cases, certain moving expenses: of em-
they never end," he added. ployees and to authorize payment Roderick D.' Pinney (Operations) Military Duty, (Navy) 3 2/3 years
Chairman Macy identified four WantAdsWIIIScllForYou of expenses: for storage of house- 2522 Iroquois Avenue, NAS Pensacola 221/3years
major areas in'which the Fed- hold goods and personal: effects of NAS Jacksonville
eral war on accidents is being employees assigned to isolated
waged. duty stations within the continental -

1. A committee on Employee ,..----------.-- ...-. _.........., United States..... .-/t..............=..=....=....=..:..:.:..:.:..:o.e... ;.;................!.!.....!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!...!....!... !............;...;...;-e; ..;.r.ww ......:.-=-=-=
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management function in :
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seeking to resolve such ques- M hi
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Why not standardize the qua- i
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Why not establish an award
system to recognize employeeswho *
give outstanding cooperation : /.'.
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are personneloffices: placing sufficient 1 I I r:{

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They must have been With the i I families moving there!
federal government a minimumof za r : "
one year, and have a careeror it
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staff Each member intern will)as have an Bureau advisor oi More than 105 happy homef;

during his enrollment In the six ... .-:
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employees :- 'n meet 0 '
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guided statistical by a candidates Bureau Professional will be i : ELL.A.JR-THIPLANNID. : :: cOMMUNITY.11 f

of You Invited to Inspect ourhomes at; your convanknci': 'i
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However,personnel for a practice demolition raid againsta .. :
; i five standard teams were retained dam. Later in the course the -
1 with three teams in the students. are sent to Roosevelt
-_______ Pacific Fleet and in the At- Roads, Puerto Rico, where they
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lantic. practice their heavy demolitions
__ When the Korean war erupted, make live demolition raids P
one of the teams participated in against Pineros Island,'and complete -z
operations in support of that ef- a long ocean swim of about
fort. They performed tradi-- seven miles. -
tional beach reconnaissance missions '
made sneak inland penetrations Upon completioon of this phase ;
to gather intelligence the entire, class reports to Fort
--- data,.and destroyed specific stra- Benning, Ga. for three weeksof ; ;;;.
tegic targets. airborne training. Next, theygo .
to underwater Swimmers >>; Kr -! .t
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The secrecy covering UDT School at Key West, Fla. where v'W' d- ., f..
tactics was lifted after that war, they learn diving physiology, and ,) '*&; ; ; v> >
_- so it is ''no longer a surprise the use of self-contained underwater Underwater warriors go over the side for a A frogman sets up explosives An Underwater Demolition Team trainee/ y:
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weapon. New developments and breathing appartus (SCU-- demolition raid. on simulated/ ;/ / enemy obstacles arabs a snare and Is 'lerked aboard, a vuhl.r j)
concepts have been the ,main BA) and open: circuit, closed during an amphibious-assault= -" ooaf, pulled by a Large Personnel; '; i i Landing- ::,': j i. 'i<: "--: '

concern in recent years.It circuit and mixed gas types. The U.., S. Marines are not the landing exercise. Craft/ (LCPL) speeding at 30 knots. 1j."Jlf' ,.tl.",.; ........4_" '\ ,:.*;,>:"t.: II'I I IA
r ___ Trainees experience under- first men on the beach when our fr:r< :''?.; .!'*}
UNDERWATER MOTOR SCOOTERS such as this electric swimmer/ assistance machine- are used should be noted that there water swimming by compass of armed forces invade enemy slcal stamina, swimming\; ability, the Naval Amphibious Base at i:"Frogman"- the men who take .
have been underwater units applied distances up to a mile, and occasionally shores. Others have gone before endurance, ability as a team- Little Creed, Va., and ends at the t he: risks and perform the dan-
"Fro omen" from nbc. o/ace/ au/c&fy./ &
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to-- move-- .. to military combat by armed more, harbor bottom t them -- swiftly and silently worker, a "neverquit" spirit U. S. Naval Station, Roosevelt j jerous; nerve shattering, and ,
Underwater Demolition Teams Force before the I invasion of the beach, were not discovered forces of many: nationswith, Italy searches, and locking in and in the night. and a healthy respect for water, Toads, Puerto Rico. ]lonely Job that saves so many '. f
were the solution, found during\; Normandy in 1944. and removed. being the most notable pioneer. out of submerged submarines.Now They drop from speeding boats darkness and explosives earns UDT men wear the same white ]lives when the landing craft are : ff
World War II, to the problem of Officials realized that future Naval. officials developed Com Their mission, however, was not the trainee is ready and or steathily slip from submerged the right to wear the title "UDT hat.' and "bellbottom" 1 lowered and the Marine hit the f
I heavy Marine Corps losses sustained amphibious invasions against Ja- Demolition Units,which would to function as pan of an invasion 15 so graduated and sent to a submarines ,a mile or more from Man. These are the qualities uniiormoftheordlnary sailor and t>each.
in the 1943 invasion of panese-held territory would be aid Army beach sappers, who force, but rather to compensatefor UDT or SEAL Unit for six months' I the beach and swim underwater he must have to keep him alivein there is nothing in appearanceor UDT swimmer parachutesInto
Tarawa in the Pacific, and which Jeopardized if natural and man- were faced with the problem of- air inferiority and fleet immobility probation before final qualifica to the shore. Enroute,they make. his hazardous work.A personality that makes them the sea carrying a de -
..faced t the Allied Expeditionary made obstacles in the water,near clearing gaps through barbed with a weapon that could tton. I soundings! to determine the depthof rigorous 24 week training different from other Navy men. Hated rubber boat. (IBS)
.. wire, walls and tank traps. penetrate to the enemy's' vessles the water. They gather Information course weeds out those who can't' But there is a special somethingthat
The first personnel for these in their own harbors. Successful about the kind of bottom take it. For Atlantic Fleet Sail sets them apart. 'They ',,..... ...... ......... .-... .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .
WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO., units were recruited from the missions by individuals in tiny the slope of the beach, the ors, the first pan, Begins at are the "Webfoot Warriors"L '1 ''f
SeaBees, the Navy Construction submarine torpedoes were carried off shore currents. Underwater GROUP 1
Battalion men, and from the early out by brave men of the # obstacles are rigged'with!
NEW <8 S, 'USED: FURNITURE 4, APPLIANCES' Navy/Marine/ Scout and Raider Italian, English; Japanese, German explosives charges to tanktraps, t Day' Care for Children i
NEW &, USED TV SETS Volunteers.An and Russian navies. barbed wire barriers, and other L :th
.y ;: NEW ADDING MACHINES Intensive physical training man made and natural ob- LICENSED -
program was devised, based on Since the fall of 1950, extra 'LI stacles. .
I NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ____
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: 'the theory that a man Is capable hazardous has been and -I '" I"" : .t
I : ,FREIGHT SALVAGE ,.. > duty pay Silently .swiftly thep .the -J! ) '- l''
: .. EASY CREDIT TERMS of ten ,times as much phyiscal provided for the men handling .; I shadowy figures disappear C Into L7 ., .. ". '
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small six-man units, which There: is no UDT insignia. The ers. The path is clear for the
'were called Navy Combat Demo- uniform U. S. Marines.It's 6520,ANVERS BLVD. .
lition Units;. Several ofthe units field is green fatigues.To .* a dangerous and riskybus- .... .... .. ....... .....

were sent to England to join the qualify, a UDT man today iness but vital to the success of.
invading force In the winter of takes many months of training. an amphibious landing. The men
1944.During Officers and enlisted men undergo who do this job are the Navy's
the Invasion of Nor- the same training, starting
"Webfoot Warriors" -- "Frog- OPEN OPEN
the demolition with UDT Replacement Training, Frogmen prepare to "lock/ out"
mandy men set \; men" -- or, specifically. U. S.
,:, up charges with r no shelter, and a gruelling 24-week course. The from a submerged submarine. Navy Underwater Demonlition SUNDAY SUNDAY

under heavy enemy gun fire. training starts with four weeks of Team (UDT)) members.

These units were faced many toughening runs, calisthenics, Only man who possesses high
problems, and encountered loss' swims, races,competitive games degree of self -confldencephyAPAR A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
of many lives. and rubber boating.The .

The lessons of Normandy and! third week (Hell Week) W. cv. them the VW 16 point S.f.tr) and Performance (Inspect
( % of the Invasions held in the Pacific is a week of -nightforced runs Ion. Than we toned. UP. tightened, and replaced* everything thatn..d.d
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were as and boat portages through mud, KingsleyMOTORS all major mechanical parts for 30 days or. 1000 mU... Comeon
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After the Normandy operation, conditioning exercises, and 15W. '
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After the with war about, thousands 3,500, men.of t techniques.demolitions and reconnaissance Only Mln. to Cecil & NAS 'MVWStdM 3 '. ... MSt2VWSrin 5

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Air Reserve Training serve staff (NARS) and a train- 7 GYSGT J. LAZERATION
Command helicopter pilots and ing unit called Naval Air Reserve y
crews are enthusiastic about Division (Fleet air) (NARDIVFA
their 50th anniversary birthday ( )). Marine Composite Reconnais- there of, are authorized to wear
present. On Nov. 20, 1966. NAS The new organization provided sance Squadron One has been a- the Navy Unit Commendation
South Weymouth took deliveryof increased suprvision and indi- warded the Navy Unit Commen- Ribbon.
........
the first Sikorsky SH3A heli-
vidual guidance necessary to Improve dation by the Secretary of the
copter assigned to the NARE- the quality of theoreticalrate Navy. A Meritorious Mast was pre-
STRACOM. A few days later training through the utilization The squadron was cited for its sented to LCpl Ronald J. Wy-
NAS New York NAS Willow of a more comprehensive outstanding heroism in action against coff by the Detachment Com- .
Grove and NARTU Norfolk received division officer program. It also the enemy while conduc- manding Officer LtCol J.W. Sul
theirs and the phaseout provides more efficient adminis- MICCO, GMT7Service ting special operations in supportof livan. LCpl Wycoff received the
of the SH34J was underway. trative support to NAS/NARTU U.S. Navy and Air Force award for finishing first in a
Powered by two jet turbines officers and commanding officersof Man strike and reconnaissance efforts class of 48 at the Aviation Or-'
the SH3A is improved over the Selected Air Reserve squa- :over Vietnam from April 17 to dnance School, Class "A".
SH34J in many respects. The drons in their contiuing effons Of The MonthDonald November 11. 1965. ********
two engines provide greater reliability to Increase individual personnel The Secretary of the Navy also SSgt C. P. Sanders, LCpl M.H.
and safety the boat hull readiness for mobilization. J. Micco, GMTI has announced that all personnel attached Havins, LCpl W.M. Apkins LCpl
will allow the helicopter to be Personnel assigned to NARS been selected as NAS "Serviceman to and serving with the P.H. Burgert, have completedthe
landed and taxied on the water consist of Admin/Pers officers of the Month" for the monthof Marine Composite Squadron One USAF1 Comprehensive College '
in an emergency and the improved and YNS/PNSlfrom NAS/NARTU November 1966. during that period or any part Tests.
Sonar makes the air- squadrons on a detailed basis. "Petty Officer Micco has .
craft a superior hunterkiller.The Although assigned to a parent served in extraordinary mannrat
SH3A is capable of grea- squadron, these personnel forman the Advanced Undersea Wea-
ter speeds than its predecessor administrative unit and per- pons Detachment NAS since
and set the world helicopter speed form clerical support for all Selected August 1963. For security rea-
record of 210 miles per hour in Air Reserve squadrons at sons, his accomplishment's cannot
1962. Reduced noise level and their respective actlvitis. be adequately defined nor
more comfortable accomodations Reserve officers and enlisted properly portrayed; however it
for pilot and crew are added benefits personnel, in a non-pay asso- should suffice to know that he 1d .L
of the aircraft. ciate pay status, will be assigned has been performing the duties of r vgur
Twenty-one SH3A now are u- within the NARS. a Chief Petty Officer since November -
tilized within the NARESTRA- An Officer Counseling Board 1965 in perhaps the most
COM; and eventually they will and anASW OPCON Center Division demanding and sensitive job on
replace all the SH34J's now being at each Reserve activityare this station. He has contributed
used. also under the control of immeasurably to each of the four
**********. NARS. consecutive "Outstanding" NTPI
The Naval Air Reserve Train- Naval Air,Reserve staffs are grades awarded this command.Thlsbecameespeciallysignificant.
Ing Command started this year the responsibility of the NAS/
with a major reorganization of its NARTU training officers. during our recent inspection.His
18 Selected Air Reserve Air Wing Personnel attached to the NAR- superior performance and tech-
Staffs located throughout the na- DIVFAs( ) are assigned to the nicial professionalism displayed
following divisions: Combat Information under very long,arduous circum-
tion.Each Air Wing Staff was decommissioned Center, Naval Weather stances warranted special recog-
; and administrative ServiceTraining Devices Non- nition an praise from all the inspecting -
units'called Naval Air Re- Rated, Dental Communication, officials. there is-
absolutely no doubt that any sem-
Photographic Ship Augmentation
CAMP REASONER -- The 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion Color
blance of of of
uncertainty lack
and
Unit Supply Medical.
Guard stands flanking the newly constructed monument, dedica-
ability on Micco's would
During weekend drills,the per- have resulted in immediate part ting their present campsite in honor of 1st Lt. Frank B. Reasoner
JuanVtto sonnel are assigned to their. ,appropriate satisfactory'grade an for the Naval un- (KeU g,Idaho). The 28-year-old Marine who rose to sergeantin
NAS/NARTU departments Air Station. Petty Officer Micco three, years,was then appointed to West Point and returnedto
for training.All is an excellent leader who the Marine Corps as an officer upon graduation. The inscription -
non-rated personnel except profoundly enjoys his work his reads: "This camp is dedicated in honor of 1st Lt..
designated strikers areas- charges, and his Navy. As far Reasoner, USMC whose courage, honor and devotion were displayed -. t
signed to a program similar to he 'above and beyond the call of.duty' during his valiant
as is concerned the Blue
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Phone 384-4406 Division., They will receive the- one book on the Best Seller's 1965 while serving as Commanding Officer of Company A. Lt
oretical and related practical List" stated Cdr. C. L. Dick- Reasoner sacrificed his life to save one of his men who was
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+ February. JAX NEWS/AFTERBURNER' Poge 9

'rHj Movies Club 1:1:
: Schedules .
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11 THURSDAY, February 9. NAS JAX 1;
1181ttlll( t;

NAS: "KING RAT" : with Bluejackets Inn -- Action plus tonight as the Go-Go Girls rock
George Segal and Tom Courteney. to the sounds of "MARCH WILSON AND THE RED COATS".
((130 min.) Friday evening PHIL CAY will make the scene. Saturday, THE
HOSPITAL: "SPINOUT"wIth RAVENS swing out from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., and will then turn the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company" ,
Elvis Presley and Shelley Fa- spotlight over to the STRANGERS for the remainder of the evening. 1950Bldndlng pled Jacksonville. Florida. 32210, to write,
bares ((95 min.). Sunday marks the return of THE RAVENS and MARCH WILSON not late than Tuesday for publication the Jollouina Thurs.
C. FIELD: '"NIGHT OF THE AND THE REDCOATS together! for a really fab show. Monday, day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
GRIZZLY": with Clint Walker PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS supply the notes. Make a date the following week unless the publisher is 'instructed otherwise
Martha Hyer and Keenan for Tuesday-Cupid's Day. BOB GARBER will entertain all the A check or "money order for the full cost of the ad "must
((102 min.) wynn. sweethearts. Costumes and prizes are In! be received WITH the copy for the ad

.,
FRIDAY, February W Acey Ducey dub-- Friday, MARK CASTLE will provide musicto DO NOT SEND CASH
dance to from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday, bring your RATE: Minimum charge '3 lines,i. .' . $2.00
NAS: "SPY WHO CAME IN Sweetheart to the St. Valentine's Day Dance, featuring MARCH Per additional line ((4 words per line;,. .Y..oiso I
FROM THE COLD": with ,Richard WILSON AND THE REDCOATS. Sunday, DICK WILSON's MODERNS '
Burton, Claire Bloom. will provide dance music from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Tuesday,
((112 min,) features BINGO NIGHT starting at 7 p.m. Try the "HOT'LUN-
HOSPITAL: "KING RAT",: CHEON SPECIAL" daily from 11 a.m. thru 1:30 p.m., and top SYMBRA BRASSIERE CON HELP WANTEDNIGHTCHECK
with George Segal and Tom your evening off with a "SIZZLING STEAK". SULTANT Improves the bust Personnel for part time sales,
Courteney. ((130 min.) CPO CLUBIn the mood for Italian food? Hot, spicy, pizza's line 28 AA 52M cup Phone Established commercial ac
C. FIELD: "SPINOUT": with will be served tonight for the small fee of $.75. Friday, the BUD 264- 6906 or 264 4016. counts. No house to house
Elvis Presley and Shelley Fa- CLARK COMBO will entertain from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satuday, Call Mr. McCall, 398 8151.
bares. ((95 min.) dine and dance to, the music provided by MARK CASTLE from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday, the BUD CLARK COMBO will liven $20 BUYS SINGER FOR RENT -2 BR HOUSE roMP.
SATURDAY, February II up your evening with dance music from 8 p.m. to,12 p.m. SewingMachine left in storage, Furn. Large yard Orange
"0" Club -- Friday, dine and dance from 6 p.m. to good condition. Fully electric- Park Will rent to TAD per-
NAS: "BOING BOING": with with the CHARLIE JAY COMBO. Saturday, bring your Sweetheart Hoes everything complete with sonnel or bachelors 264-6884.
Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis, and to the Valentine's Day Dance featuring the NORAD BAND, attachments guaranteed-yours
Dany Saval. ((102 min.) Tickets will be $3.75 single and $7.50 per couple. Tuesday, for storage charges $20 each. 65 FIAT "1100 D" ONE OWNER -
HOSPITAL: "SPY WHO CAME FOREIGN DISH NIGHT will feature Polyneasian food from 6 p.m. Call warehouse 353-1946 anytime A-I Condition Phone
IN FROM THE COLD": with to 9 p.m. Will deliver no obligation 771 0348.
Richard Burton and Claire Bloom 1606 Main Street.A .
((112 min.)
NAS CECIL -1 SEWING MACHINE CO.
C. FIELD: "KING RAT": SEVERAL POSITIONS: Available
with George Segal and Tom ITALIAN NITE: The special event for February at Cecil's ORF in Jacksonville and Mayport
Courteney. ((130 min.) will be an informal Italian dinner February 10 beginning at 6 p.m. RENT or, SELL LARGE 3BR, areas. Military backgroundwould
28 fam. heat
rm. cent. corn-
The menu lists: Spaghetti meatballs Salsa Napoli Lasagna be helpful. A very rewarding -
SUNDAY, February 12 nIa Veneto Green beans Palermo Italian salad w/garlic oil er lot, fenced yard, like new- career possible for the
DUKE LOSTU? 3O Bkr. 771 -
HOSPITAL: "BOING BOING" dressing Macaroni salad beat salad hot deviled eggs garlic 0374 or 771 7874., Right Man. Write to the Regional -
with Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis bread assorted desserts. Price $2.50 per person. Extra added Director, P. O. Box 13177,
and Dany Saval. (102 min.) attractions are accordian music and winetastlng. For reserva- Orlando, Fla., 32809.
C. FIELD: "SPY WHO CAMEIN tions call 771-3211 extension 8179 or 8180.PIZZA. REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
FROM THE COLD" with ADVICE. 7 days a FOR SALE: MY GOOD BEDRM.
Richard Burton and Claire: week. .Homes for sale,$100 Dwn. Suite, Lovely dinette set cheap
Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. Must Sell. EV 7-2034.
Bloom. ((112 min.) R4NTRY
K Homesite Lots, Acreage, Invest-
) ments. WALTER T. BOWEN,
1966 SINGER TOUCH & SEW
Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384-
Pot 0' Gold TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM 1376. Sold $510. beautiful drawer
walnut desk ,- ,Does all fancy,
.'w' .' PREMIUM BEER.CHOICE_ CUT STEAKS FOR RENT OR ''FOR SALE! '- designsbuttonholesetc.winds1
ITALIAN SAN DM CUES SPAGHETTI Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & bobbin 'in machine, Guaranteedlike
The NATTC and NAS Mess FHA rejects. 850 & $100 down. new $180 cash or $9.00
Halls will sponsor a "POT 0' Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret., month., Agent. Call SP1-8211
Gold" ,Supper on.February 16. "PIZZA. 264-2411, Orange Park Realty. anytime.
The menu will feature as follows: .. RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER

Tomato Rice Soup & 'Saltines our specialty" 200 FT. ST.JOHNS RIV., DOCK, CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
Deep Water, Garg., ''Ext. Lrg.
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65 Mustang R & II, V/8, 4-
Grilled Choice Rib Steaks -. Rooms, Fireplace, Beautiful Location -
35 mins. speed trans. Needs some re -
FRANK DERICKSON at Bridgeport.
French Fried Potatoes
pairs - - -$1395
to NAS Under $20,000. Owner
3619 Branding Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 328- 3148 or 264 6869. 65 Corsa Convertible R & H,
Fried Onions 4 speed trans., New Tires
Butter Fried Mushrooms - - : $1500
Buttered Cream Style Corn DIAL 0 MATIC 64 Chevy, II Station WagonR
1967 ZIG ZAGin A/T.. Power Steering, Air/
Nice console. Makes button- Cond. '- .- -$1395
Assorted Salads/ & Dressings MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll holes, blindhem, monograms & 64 Ford Gilaxie500" 2DR

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Apple Pie & Ice Cream Ranks AgesLOW mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at Auto/trans., Needs some work
RATES San Juan Open 9 9 & . . '. $1195
Sunday 388-1551.. Phone NAS Jax -1 Ext.. 8507

EASY MONTHLY SAX SEWING CENTER ,
FOR SALE: 'SINGLE BED $35
Head board set plus rollers -
PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S Box Springs, matress Call 771-
UNFURNISHED HOUSE -CLOSE 9109. .
to base Adults only! 771 -
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RAYFIELD 'SEWING CENTER
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PresbyterianChurch $100. 771 7856. Hanson Dr. S.TAXPRORLEMS.



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St., Ptt. Wins Ovtr Atl..,. 6ND Basketball TournamentTimes : ''I


8 a.m. Monday morning,
Feb. 6. Placet NAS'Cecil Field Y
Gym. All is quiet ;except for a
few last minute preparations being -
made for the start ,of the
1967 6ND Basketball T urnament.
,
N Yh
Time: 9 a.m., the pace is
picking up .as the twelve teams
and their coaches arrive for pf
i1 I ICdr. the drawings for bracket 'posi

tion.Time
:. 10 a.m. The drawings
have been made, final instructions -
have been given by Ath- .
letic Director Tom McGriff, and
the first game of the 1967 eND I
,Basketball tournament is under-

D. C. Taylor/ Executive Officer, HAS' Cecil/ Field, tossesup way.The NAS Cecil Field Raiders
the first ball to kick off the 1967 6ND Basketball Tot/mo- opened the 1967 6ND Basketball St. Petersburg, Cecil Fields 2ND Annual Invitational Volley-
menf. Tournament in great fashion as ball Champions.

Club 28 they defeated Glynco 10886. ,__.. _L___ ',.,,.1.n _'I.. _. _.tu l....T12wL.fw....
of St. Petersburg took two straight, 15-12,15-13, to gain It seemed as though the Raiders IOU 511013.Cecift: n nil .IV IIUI& J.UldIlUI IJUIIJ.IQthe
home the championship at the NAS access to the championship couldn't miss as Dinkins poured defense was a little Raiders leading scorer,
Cecil Field 2ndAnnualVollebalTournament '. with the Atlanta Independents. in the field goals one after the tight as. they'had three men In fouled out, followed by.Catlett.
last Saturday.The Independents. other from 25 feet out. foul trouble in the first half. Glynco put on a full. court
defending champions the Atlanta defeated Cecil two of The Glynco team had a little The first half ended with the press with 6'' min. remaining,
Cecil Field Raiders were three games to earn the right to trouble finding the but Raiders leading 4840. but couldn't stop the. Raidersas
defeated In the semifinals by the meet the winner of bracket $2 was able to with range the Rai- Second half action saw the they continued to score one.
Atlanta Independents.. in the finals. ders through stay the first half on Raiders well rested as they bucket after another.
Although the Raiders.were the The Atlanta team didn't last poured on the coals doubling the With the score 90-73 and 4 '
pnly team to remain undefeated in long against Club 28 as they Intramural score on Glynco about mid-way min left on the clock the Rai-
the round-robin series of play, romped Atlanta 15-4 and 15-8 to through the second half.6ND ders wanted to keep.It going and
they Just ,couldn't contain the gain the championship and dethrone -. BasketballAmerican reach that 100 mark.
power of the hard hitting$: AtlantaSt. last years champs, the Glynco started fouling while
Petersburg took Sarasota Cecil Field Raiders. Wr.-U. the Raiders took advantage and
League the With
kept climbing.
score
':-X """" 'Yo'I.""' 'X x.o W.LSSSSS.S
Team Won Lost Pct. At Cecil ,Field Tuesday, San- 2: .08 left to play the score was
7839 Supply 7 0 1.000 ford, Fleet Air lax and Glynco, 99-78.,
Marines 7 l' .875 were eliminated from Sixth Nav- The play got a little wild as the
NORMANDYBLVD. VAP-62 5 2' .714 al District Basketball Tournament Raiders tore loose and scored
% -VP-5 63 .667 p1ayEmerg1 victor1ous nine points in the remaining;
LOUNGE FAETU 5, 3 .625 ,were: Sub Flot Six ( over San utes to capture the first game
ComFatr 4' 4 .500 ford 82 63); Key West ( over 108-87
AFEES 2 5 .286 Fleet Air Jax 80 65)); Jax
Dispensary 1.. 5 .167 Navy ( over ,Glynco, 83 107) Hellrizors
Ladles Night Every Thurs. Communications 1.7 .125 'Charleston ( over ComFairKey ,Dump ._...
Officer's Mess 0 8 ''West. 80 69)), CNABT Pensa- Milpers 57-35
,Buy One Get One FREE (Your,favorite beverage) s cola (.over NavComTraCen,100- .
'71))j and Cedl Field ( over Mem The "Hellrazors", refreshed
11\50 LIVE ,MUSIC 6 NIGHTS.A WEEK NcitloafL.agu.Team ; phis. 92 86.) and determined after the half-

', Wes Martin' led Cecil's Haid time break were no match for
THE SWINGING EST ROOM, IN TOWN... Won Lost't. "Pct. ers to victory by dropping In the Personnel team, as they con
VW
THE SWINGING DOOR'' 4 6 0 1.000 31 points while Hines hit for tinued to increase their lead
VP'.30 5 :, ,1 .833 ,throughout the second half. At
29 for
Memphis. Bryson
OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY Hospital 4. ,' was
2 .667 high ,. point man for Jax Navy the final buzzer, V A-174'had the
679th 3 2 .600 with 26 points and Reddingtonof win by 22 points, 5735.
VP-7 2 2 .500 Pensacola netted 30. "We, seem to be working the
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FICEUR 3 4 .429 ball a little better and playing
NARTU 2 4 .333 A Complete wrap up of tournament better all' around ball com-
t4 II Wifli 1.1r MARTD 1 7 .125 play and events will appear mented AZ2 Wayne' Dean, the
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rL _rr Ili rr FIt. Wea. Fac. 0 7 in next week's Air News/ team captain of the Hellrazors.His .

___ Afterburner team's effort proved his
USED CAR USED CAR statement.

Individual scoring honors wentto
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ORIGINAL MILES LEFT Oak Hill Rudd, who put In 14 points. Behind
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103rd & James Rd. the Station Personnel teambythe '
65 CHRYSLER $2588 771-9156 Jacksonville Fla. score of 5735.
The first quarter 'of play
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holding a
66 PLYMOUTH $2888 one-point edge at the end with
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBJRNER Page 11


Jax Volleyball Team

Whistling I.The Rigging *

Finishes 3rd In Bracket .

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By Lf. P. E. 1"'l>oJ.o"


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The weather Is gradually Improving Currently it is anticipated that Is assigned. Boat Captains who
so that this year's sailing we will offer a supervised course do not have their lockers done
season is now beginning. The of about three weeks four daysa by then will be grounded.
Navy JacksonvilleSaillng Club's week three hours a day for SALTY SEZFer ye swabs as
LEiB members are preparing for.it by .children ages 8 to 18. There will would like 'ter lam a bit o' nau-
offering a series of sailing be a charge for this ro defraythe tical knowledge yer edditer 'as
lessons for the beginning sailor costs of paying a full-time bin holdin Wednesday eveing discussions -
and/or the old timer who would instructor and assistants., From at ye Clubhouse at 1945.
like to brush-up on his terms this, we hope to gain some enthusiastic There's no set lecture schedule
and techniques. Each Saturday junior members pos- 'cept what those attend In' would
afternoon at 2pm there will bea sibly of a caliber that we could like ter know. A bit o' piloting
qualified instructor attheNJSC sponsor for higher level compe use o* charts why does a boat
Clubhouse to take you through a titions. In addition graduates of sail meanin' o' some o' ye
lesson in our course of four the course will be eligible for the racin' rules and so forth re
lessens. You may begin with Red Cross Sailing Rating and the all grist for the mill. Come on
any lesson. However, it is recommended Boy/Girl Scout Sailing Merit down an' maybe ye kin teach
.r .A f II that you try to take Badges. All members are requested the rest o' us swabs somethingwe
them in sequence. A manualfor to talk this up among their don't know. r. ..Rememberthe
the course is available for contemporaries so that we may be Sailboat Races this Sundayat
study. P.S., there is no chargefor assured of a good turn-out. the clubhouse at 2 p.m. A
the course; you don't even Club members are remindedthat Skipper's meeting precedes the
have to join the club prior to they are responsible for races at 1:30 p.m.
taking the lessons. cleaning up the clubhouse after
There has been more discus- they use It. If you are out fora Ihlet.Mllti
Decisive wins and close losses combined to give the Jax volleyballteam sion on the Junior Fleet Summer sail, take a few minutes afterward .
third place in a six team bracket at Cecil Field's Second Annual Training Program (how's that fora to give the clubhousea
Volleyball Tournament.last Saturday. name), which Roger Scott has sweepdown. The-workshophas ,,_
/\n opening game victory over been investigating. What this is received a lot of careless use of
Cape Kennedy 15-0 and 15-5 was of Florida 15-6 and 157. The all about is, a series of sailing late how about being more con-
followed by two straight setbacks; Orlando contest was perhaps lessons, from the ground up for siderate of the next member who
Club 28 of Sarasota beat the closer than the score indicated. the small fry and youngsters of may want to use the brush that
locals 15-9,15-7 and In perhapsthe Attempts to set up the spike men the Navalpersonnel in the area. you didn't clean out after you OUTBOARDS
most accurate and exciting by Orlando's right back, center used it'; return the tools to their
volleying of the day Cecil Field back and left back more often than One Point Margin proper place; clean-up your Boats-Motors-
1 knocked off the lax Team 15-8 not went awry, the ball hitting the mess.
and 156. low ((22 feet) Cecil Field gym Gives VA176COMFAIRJAX Lockers for each boat are now Trailers
The afternoon action saw the ceiling which is Just within minimum erected under the shed. If you
Navy team defeat Orlando AFB standards allowed by the, Title are assigned a boat you must Sales & Service
15-8 and 15-6 and the University United States Volleyball Asso- clean-up and paint the locker.

ciation. In such a situation bthe VA-176, by merit of a come- You will then receive a lock for WY.17 ORANGE PARK
MIUtoryGIforsTovrn.m.ntS ball is immediately and can- from-behind 56-55 basketball win the locker and your new life
not be played. over VAP-62, copped the annual jackets etc. To get this under- 2049135"MILITARY .M4I
t Nine men alternated at the six COMFAIRJAX tournament last way, a deadline of February 20
positions for NAS Jax. They included Wednesday afternoon in the NAS
Fred Anderson (VP-30));
A golf tournament for active Marlin Brant (NARTU ) Ron gym.
,Sssche- ; The two?,teams.had met earlier.;.,
duty military personnel ;
; Gore '
Holton
(VP-30)) William ,
;
in the day, VA-176 winning 67-58. AUTO LIABILITY: INSURANCEMONTHLY
:duled for the NAS 11nI afternoon
Thus the played
18 and 19. game POLICIES MONTHLY'PAYMENTS
Off. Const.); ,Ken Steinger -
before healthy turnout of men
a
The tournament will be 36 hole (NAMTGBob; Sullivan,(USNLT) became NO INTEREST FINANCE CHARGES
from both squadrons, ,
medal with the field placedin '
play John Starns (NARTU); and Jean
necessary to select a championin AGE 21-24 M.rrledI AO mo.AGE2124Slngle$12.80 .
flights according to handi Vargo (NATTC). the double elimination affair.
caps. Prizes will be awarded for Twelve teams competed in the
well the
the first three places in each double elimination tournament. VAP-62 appeared on mo.
flight. way to avenging their morning Meets State and Base Requirements

Entry fee for all miltary personnel loss, striking out to a 22-2 leadat Robert Travis Associates Inc.
aboard NAS Jacksonvilleis :Bftv JjTtS \," '. ;. one point in the first half. ,
two dollars Savings 1't They held a ;35-24 margin at the HAS.1 st Office No. of Gofe-6483 Roosevelt/ Blvd.-388.3S83
per person. BondsCENTER :'
"halfway point. 'Mayport, Jar Beach 1127 N. Third St(AlA) 246-6421
But that was before VA-176
caught fire in the second half.
Sparked by identical 20 point How would you like to
efforts from team captain Ltjj:

I3i Terry Sherrill Marshburn the club and caught Lt. John and retire here in Florida?

Vy. Adams..35.75 1 114 j..fonyf>.....MJ-lKf passed VAP-62 in the last Go in business for yourself without any large capital out-

Starts Friday"AFUNNnHING. Starts Friday second of play for the single lay.
.
point victory.
Earn an EXCELLENT living with a.71 year- old company
Other members of VA-
team
which will train you to become a Pension, Consultant.We .
HAPPENED'OI1 176 included, Gary Anderson
(AN); Ernie Sheppard -ATN3)); provide sales promotion, back up services, sales aids
THE WAV TOTHEFORUW1 Pete Smith (SA);Jeff PattAA); and guidance.

Mark West (AN) and Ken Bug- You will financial. advisor to business and professional
MMvI.WdlIOOIx1ka7a .fl10.aaMrnA.- Y. Hari (AA). people. Little night work.
';,.', V ?
Sporting a final tournament First, ,drive by and look us over 801 Riverside Avenue. One
DaridMcCaNum5ylvaKbdna record of six wins and one loss block west of Fuller Warren Bridge on the water.

: 'JA ....rrr..ow.rw.rnacac.. : VA 176's tourney supremacy Preferable age : 28 56.
7-' earned them the ,right to agu-
ment players frm other squad- Calvin J. Bridge

Hang fanan-tawo Me&gnTSrmiy rons for the Sixth Naval Dis- THEN CALL I Financial Planning Dept.
trict Tournament which began
.
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\I.I.Jax Teams Fall In OpenersPlans Cedar Hills \



of additional tournament 45 40 at the half by viture of The tall Pensacola squad had
action for the Jax Navy Fliers two quick field goals In eight their troubles finding the range
appeared farfetched Monday afternoon seconds by the Tennessee bas the first eight minutes but when 11
at Cecil Field's Sixth ed Navy team.In they did it appeared a runawaywas
Naval District Basketball Tour- the first ten minutes of the on the way. At the 10
nament when a determined Memphis second half Memphis managedto minute mark they held a 227
Navy team dropped the locals pull within one point of the lead.
90 83. Fliers. They went ahead for Superior speed, height and
Memphis, working from a the first time in the game with maneuverability were Pensacola
man to man defense in the 9:30 to go, 64 63. It was'at attributes. But the scrappy Fleet

games early minutes appearedto this point Memphis capitalizedfor Air Jax team, ( represented by .,. ,,,. I ,. ,.
gradually realize pressure two points on a Flier tech- 'VA 176 and players augmented -x: < <
tactics might be a partial answerto nical foul. from other squadrons of the Com-
putting stoppers in Jax's FairJax tourney) made a spirited
********
forward line and switched to a showing the second half, pulling : at WILSON
full court press. The teams The Fleet Air ,Sax team took within nine points at the final
were never far apart on the the floor at 2 p.m. Monday and buzzer.
Scoreboard di'ring the 40 didn't find the going much easier Word was received late Wed- & BLAND INGPHQNtSP
minutes; it was 20 16 Jax as they lost to COMNAV nesday morning that the Flier
with eight minutes gone and TRACEN of Pensacola, 90 81. the
basketball team is still in M341or
thick of tournament action, beat- /V>* ?

ing Glynco 83-70 Tuesday
SP1-660!
Camp Blanding Lakes i afternoon and coming back Wed-
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