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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm.: Opinions expressed by the publisher and
writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
'military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute
an endorsement of any military department of the products orservices advertised.

VOL. 24 HO. 45 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 16, 1967


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; .'CS Duval Job County Requirements Revamps Blood Bank Lauds NASThe



Jacksonville Blood Bank Inc presented the Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Fla a plaque
The Duval County Civil Ser- The primary reason for the introduction representing, citation. regarding donations of blood by the personnel of the air station. Dr. James L.
vice Board met February 9, and of the law at that Borland, Sr., Immediate past President of the Board of Directors of the Jacksonville Blood Bank pre-
voted repeal and abolishmenr of time was to stay the labor sur- sented the plaque to Captain Martin J. Stack Commanding Officer of NAS JAX. The plaque read as
Section 15 of Rule 8 of the plus that was existant after follows "Special citation to US Naval Air Station Jacksonville for outstanding service to the community -
Duval County Civil Service Law. World War n. The theory and by voluntary donation of blood presented this Tenth day of February."
The former section stated:Per- practice was to allow unemployed During the past calendar year, the Jacksonville Blood Bank collected a total of 1,483 pints of blood
sons who are on service pen- persons with no other source from civilian and military volunteers of the Jacksonville military complex ( NAS Jacksonville, WAS
sions from any federal, state or of income: to apply for the existing Cecil Field Naval Station Mayport and fleet units in the area) in support of NASJAXINST 6530.3A.
) municipal government are not civil service positions.At Of the total blood collected by the Jacksonville Blood Bank, 742 pints ( one half of blood collected)
entitled to make application the present time there ar was credited to the Navy account maintained at the Jacksonville Blood Bank for exclusive use by
or become employees in the classification some 4,300.positions in the Duv- civilian employees and military personnel and their dependents in civilian or military hospitals.
service of the country. al Country Civil Service Sys- This blood Is free of charge to the individual receiving same. The other half of the blood collected
je abolishment of this sec by the Jacksonville' Blood Bank is retained by the Blood Bank in payment for the services of drawing,

tion makes it possible for service tem.The repeal was originally typing. processing, rendering, storing. etc. ,. of Navy blood. This service is estimated to amount
personnel with various skills and proposed by Roger West, Civil -
knowledge to apply for civil ser- Service Commissioner and
about $12.50 unit of blood.
vice positions which until now "freshman member of the to per
of the
were closed to them due to their board." It was seconded byJack The primary purpose the
military account In Jackson-
pensions. and the motion
Forehand car-
ville Blood Bank Is ready
as a
The original section was Incorporated ried unanimously by the entire
of of bloodIn
source large amounts
into the law in 1947. board.
the event of a disaster involving -
large numbers of military -

I New Railroad at NASA personel.The U.S. Naval. Hospital col-

lected a 'total ol 1,412 pints of

new railroad has Just been to exacting scale of 3.5mmto blood from units of the Naval
commissioned at NAS JAX, but the foot. Many of the stores Air Station as listed in the a-
the chances of buying a ticketon and shops have complete win- bove Instruction. This blood Is
one of its ,passenger cars is dows displays and interiors. Over processed at the Naval Hospital
rather remote.. The name of thisnew a mile of wiring controlsthe Blood Bank and used for patientsIn
railroad is the "Infinity lights switches and scale the hospital. Any excess of

Central" and :is owned and op- trains as they move over approximately 1 N blood drawn and not used by the
erated jointly by the Navy Jax 300 feet of rail Naval Hospital is sent to the
Model Railroad Club and the NAS. securely held in pace by Jacksonville Blood Bank for credit

=t-..", RecreatlonJDjvislon., --*-. .... 'I"r.t scaled ,miniture.spikes*- rtfr.y to the Navy, account'' .and
.' Friday night at 8 p.m. the official Jicers"consist.of Bob Schulz.VW-, future: use by ,the Hospital :as
opentng remony was celebrated '4, President ;, Al Beard, Vice required.; Outdated 'blood (whole,
as, Cdr.. C.L. Dickerson President?Jerry Lowe, VA174 ,blood ,over 21.days old), is,rendered -
officiated for Capt. MartinJ. Construction Secretary, and Joe PRESENTING A PLAQUE CONTAINING AN I HONORARY ,. into blood plasma whichis
Stack who was unable to at- Poelklng VP 5, Electrical En- also'credited to a Navy account -
CITATION to 'Captain Martin J. 'Stack, CO of HAS,JAX, Is Dr. Of the total blood col-
tend. There was loud applauseas gineer. James L. Borland, 'Sr., while Dorothy C. Smith Naval Hospital -
Cdr. Dickerson stepped to Just like Its big brother the representingthe lected by the U. S.
the main line control panel up and Infinity Central will never real- Jacksonville Blood Bank, Inc., and Cdr. Kinder of the NAS 632 pints were used for

advanced the throttle'on a 15 ly be completed. As in real life Medical Department look on patients In the hospital and 782

car freight train and officially new buildings will replace old, pints were sent the Jacksonville
declared the Navy Jax Model hills will be leveled to make Blood Bank for use by our personnel -
Rallorad Club open for the express way for new routes and day by Cecil Field Blood plasma !s used
'' Commissary Store Closes asa replacement of blood fluids
'purpose of creating fun day the Infinity Central will grow
for like the real when transfusion of whole fresh
and relaxation the members. just counterparts Jets CollideTwo
After completion of the opening it Is patterned after. For .Washington's BirthdayThe blood' Is not Indicated.As .
ceremony: Cdr. Dickerson was Club membership is made up of December 31, 1968
A 4 Skyhawk jet aircraft -
conducted on a tour of the club of military personnel l. active and 166 pints of whole blood whereIn
assigned to Attack Squadron -
.. Commissary Store at the Jacksonville Blood Bankas
facilities and the NAS Hobby Shop retired and their dependent In
by Bob Schulz Club President the Jax Area. Provisions have Fifteen, at NAS Cecil Field the Naval Air station, Jack-' Navy credit. A credit of 200
collided in mid-air at 9:55 a.m. sonville will be closed Wed- pints of fresh whole blood Is
; and H. C. Osburn Director of the been made In the by lawsto on
Hobby Crafts Program at NAS. permit temporary personnel Tuesday approximately ten nesday, February 22 In observance considered a safe minimum operating -
All scenerybuildings and railroad (NATTC, FAETU or other stud- miles of northwest of Maclenny. of Washington's level to be maintainedat
cars have been built by hand ents) to become members. Within five minutes rescue heli- Birthday and will re-openfor the Jacksonville Blood Bank.
copters were launched from NAS business on Thursday, Feb-. One other Blood Donor Program -
Cecil and Jacksonville Naval Air ruary 23. has been authorized and
Station. recently re established by the
9F Both pilots have been returnedto Department of Defense. ThisIs

Cecil Field, and apparently for type "0" ,Negative blood
suffered no serious injuries. Late Exams a fairly rare'' type, for specificuse
Pilots of the aircraft inolvedin of our troops in Viet Nam.
the collision were:. AvailableRequests The Bureau of Medicine and
LCDR Jerry Tuttle :32of Surgery has designated the U.
r r 7954 Volvo St., Jacksonville S. Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
LTJG Ron Gerard 25, of for substitute ex Florida to ship 15 pints of
1 d 4 5435 Norde Drive, Jacksonville amination must arrive at the Nav- "0" Negative blood to the
al Examining Center, Great National Naval Medical Center,
o.eWHAT'S
Lakes 111., not later than two Bethesda Maryland, each week
weeks after the administrationdate for processing and air shipmentto
INSIDEThe of the applicable examina- Southeast Asia. 16Q pints
tions. Each made for sub-
request were sent to Viet Nam during
stititute examination must be 1966 from the U. S. Naval Hos-
(1 Real Test. Pfl2 substantiated with a valid justi- pital,Jacksonville, Florida.
fication. Justification Is consid-
These blood programs are all
Civil Service News .P05 ered valid in the following sit- In support of the "Department of
uations : Emergency leave, Defense Blood Program." The
r.. "Infinity Central".Pg6 -' 7 Hospitalization, and certain operational blood Is available when needed

commitments. by each and every ore of us when
Y., r ,Nattc Behind the Scene PaS Annual leave and "In tran- required,and It may be immediately -
.. sit" status are not considered required on sudden notice -

f'" Jax Marines . Pg8 valid justification. themselves for ourselves or our
i't 1 s : rvI nel who consider
It behooves all -
; + d NARTU News. . .Pg8 eligible for late examination under dependents.connected with personnel pro-
t
,
these conditions should con- curement of voluntary donors
: AT THE THROTTLE Is Cdr. D. L. Dickerson as h. officially Club Schedules. "P09 tact their division heads for to exert every effort to "get

opens the model train display at the HAS Hobby Shop. Bob certification the word" to all potential donors
Cecil ,.. PfllO' All should arriveIn
Schultz, Club President, H. C. Osbum, Director of the Hobby Sports. the Educational requests Services Office within their command, depart-
Crafts Program at NAS, and others watch the beginning of the ment or division so that an
NAS JAX Sports.. ,P01M2 not later than noon Feb- adequate supply of blood will
New Model Train Club for HAS ruary 24. ...
be
y available at all times for those

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2 '. ;' + JAX AIR NEWS/AFTEKBURNER February 76, 1967

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ROMAN CATHOLIC !
by Ed Sowa

Now that the Navy wide Advancement in Rate Examinations are St. Edward's Chapel'
over, many Navy men and women are breathing a sigh of relief WHAT WHERE AND WHEN"ICE
Even though the exams are over however, the worry Is not. Each ,
person who took the examinations will undoubtedly wonder whetherhe SUNDAY MASS- -0900&
or she scored highly enough so as to be advanced ,in rate. DAILY MASS-------
Of course, not everyone who took the,examinations will be advancedin SATURDAY MASS - HOCKEY": F/o. Rockets vs. Knoxville at the Coli
rate, to ,think so would be naive. The most important factor is Confessions '- -' seum. Reserve Tickets; 57.25 and 57.00. Gen. Mm. 75{.
that they took the exams and tried, and that they will continued to 1700 1730 & -
try so long as they are in the Navy. Friday February 24 '
What about those who did not take the exams? Many of them pose "ICE HOCKEY": F/o./ Dockets vs. Nashville of the Coli-

very good reasons why they did not take them, yet most of these peopleare U.S' Naval"Hosp"'ol' seum. Gen. Acfm. 75$. *; ',(.;..",' ,
merely fooling themselves. This is not to say that they are lyingor
making excuses, but rather that most of them may be afraid to ', February 10.12"INTERNATIOHL '
compete against others so as to be advanced in rate. They are SUNDAY MASS - VACATION & TRAVEL SHOW ":
afraid of being embarrassed if they do not score enough so as to be FIRST FRIDAY MASS At the Coliseum. Tickets are free at Special Services.
advanced. Yet, concurrent with this fear are many other factors
behind this failure to compete. .
One of the most prevalent reasons is laziness. It"requires pre- DIVINE SERVICES Sunday February 12
paration to take these exams -- at least to take them conscient- PROTESTANT "BEACH BOYS": At the Auditorium. Ticket prices; 2.25
iously. Many are Just too lazy to prepare the courses necessary, All Saints Chapel 52.75 and 53.25.
as well as to learn on the job that which they will be required to
know so as to advance themselves. There is no excuse for: eitherof SUNDAY'S Saturday, February 18
"THE OTIS REDDING SHOW" At the Coliseum. Ticket
the above shortcomings. 0800 -- ---Holy :
0930 & 1100 Divine ; $2.50. ,.

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SUNDAY------Chapel SCHOOL "METROPOLT&ondCJ/ R'ih NATIONAL COMPANY"

Building Presents "La Trovfofo" Of the Auditorium. Ticket prices;
,'....
$5.00 and $6.00.
>. .." .., WEDNESDAY'S
,
'-" Thursday February 23
.. ; 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal
,/ .J... ,THURSDAY "AL HIRT": At the Auditorium. Ticket prices; 53.00,
,-' ..
$4.00 and $5.00.
'
"\ : 2000 Christian Science

'< SECOND MONDAY of Each Tuesday, March 7 '
0930 Chapel Women's Gulla "METROPOLITAN OPERA NATIONAL COMPANY": Pre. I
(Small Chapel) "The Marriage of Figaro" at the Auditorium. Ticket ,
$5.00 and 56.00.Wednesday. ,
; I
U. S.NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's
''
- 100C March 8 .* j
.
"HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS": At the Coliseum. Ticket/

CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT ; $7.00, $1.50 and $2.00.



': Today-Choir Practice at 7 p. m. Tickets for events may be purchased at Bldg. 704, Special i

I, Sunday- Ext. 444. ,
Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.
Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
Another reason may be considered as pure 'lacadasicalness.Many Communion on the first Sundayof j
Refund
have, the attitude of "I could care less if I have a crow the month. j: aQfferSavings Option.
on'- my sleeve or not." If this Is the attitude that'some wish'to f !
take there is nothing that can be said to them. They are merely CA CATHOLIC i't't Bond Chairman for "When' you check the Savings
blind to the fact that they are only kidding themselves. Yet if we Daily- County, John D. Buchanan, Bond line on}lOur 1966 tax form,"
take a moment to listen to the complaining that is going on, it is 11:20 a. m. Mass taxpayers that the Tre- Mr. Buchanan continued, "you.
usually the person who has not tried to advance himself that is doing Sunday- Departmentwlllonce again automatically assure yourself of
the complaining. He may complain that he is not getting paid enough, 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions them the opportunity of two advantages: You provide you-
or that some peoplehave better than he does because they are rated. .heard before each Mass. income tax refunds in self with an easy method of
Yet this very same person will not take,the pain to advance himself. States Savings Bond. holding on to your tax refund
The age old cliche, "Empty barrels make the most noise" Is most The savings option is In addi- dollars and a sure way of mak-
appropriate In this sitaution.All to the two standard options ing it grow one third largerat
of the above are reasons for not taking the exams. Paramount Traffic taking tax refunds in cash maturity. When your mark Is
among all1 these so called reasons is however, fear. It may not be applying them to next year's made, the rest is automatic. For
the fear of competition as mentioned above, but a different kind of example, if you're entitled to
fear -- a fear of responsibility. Most of those who do not try do ViolationsThe "When a taxpayer elects to a refund of $42, you'll get a $50
so because they fear that they will be required to do more than they his refund Series E Bonds, face value Series E Bond
are doing now. They are afraid that they will assume greater responsibilities Buchanan said, "his money ( cost $37.50)) plus a check for
in their particular ratings on jobs. This is the price following is a report to work immediately on $4.50.
that must be paid. Thus, the preparatin for the exams Is only Just motor vehicle accidents and traffic jobs. It begins to build his "This 26th anniversary year
that -- a preparation the real test comes with advancement, violations for the security. A the same of the E Bond is a good time for
the test of responsibility. Feb. 7, 1967 Feb. 13, It contributes to our coun- more taxpayers to get in on this
economic strength. ose opportunity," Mr.Buchanan said.
Number of Accidents elect the U. S. Savings Bonds Choosing Bonds Is the surest
This Week - - join millions of Americans way I know to make your tax
Total Accidents this year are investing in their coun- refund really mean something
ANYONE WISHING TO SUBMIT COM Feb. 13, 1967 - future In this way. you."
MENTS REGARDING THE WEEKLY EDI Number of Accidents
TORIAL IS INVITED TO SEND THEIR February, 1966 - -

PUBLISH ALL LETTERS ATTEMPTS THESE TO EDITOR COMMENTS WILL, JAX BE TOGETHER AIR MADE NEWS TO, last Total Injury number In a of motor days I@o Q !!G L3@h1ID; 1 1If I I


WITH" THE EDITOR'S ANSWER / accident Number Week-of--ViolationsThis --------------- :


Speeding - - -
Reckless driving - You'reAsk Bored. ? y
Going through stop Signs ...
Other Violations - -

the average sailor at who desire friendships whichgo
NEWS
JTAX AIR Forty seven drivers Jacksonville where he went beyond the simple nod of a j'
peared before the Traffic Hearing night, and the most probable head or the terse "hello"!
Board at the meeting
will
you receive will be
The function will
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News on Feb. 14, 1967 DistX> or "The Bluejack- be underlying:
that of various
discussing
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air of the cases Included the following Inn." Apathy has a way of topics pertinent to the young
Florida the Holt Publishing : Five lost driving a young mayor,wom
Station, Jacksonville, by aboard men and women of today. The
All submitted for in parking privleges life when he or she Is liv-
firm. use has and
Company, a private Copy IQ.T various periods; One In agenda movies, outings
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public assigned to complete an eight with a locale many he miles from social gatherings as its headline '
people or she hard-
Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon hour course In remedial knows and, in billings. The premiere meeting
some instances
News Items welcomed NA TTC Eight were will be held on Sunday even-
on Monday before publication. are at ; wants to know. People I'
"As-
ing, February 26 movie
EV 9-7777 Ext. 8762. to complete a six hour
from all sources Telephone common interests and likes '
Line"
sembly will be featured,
In remedial d riving at Jax
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and Thirteen more prone to get along with with discussions and good fell- .
Academy,
queries/ concerning such should be directed to: suspensions; Twelve were given other than those whose in- owship to follow.
are wide
The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. dismissed apart.
warnings; ; With this fact in So if do
4457 mind, Cha a lack of things to
Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 fined ( U. S. Commissioner) Anderson has initiated a is your major complaint hereat
and eleven referred to commading
type of fellowship for the NAS Jacksonville, why not
VOL. 24 NO. 45 FEBRUARY 76, 7957 officer for possible Jacksonville community. come to the All Saint's Chapel t
ciplinary action. main function of the or- February 20 at 7 p.m. and experience -
Forty -Seven drivers. ti will be
of'13' to bring to-. a new kind of solution
t a : \\\\\.vm UE '., to' the old problem. r '
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Admiral Foley Stops at CF N.VYVCh.cI V nq rIA


Fer Viet ,It.le R ;


n4 .WASHINGTON Nearly 50 V ; ;:
percent of all combat air strikes _
over,Vietnam during the past
18 Tmonths have been flown by

,.. carrier-based pilots, accordingto
Chief of Naval OperationsAdm.
David'L. McDonald.
Pointing to the Navy's, role
$ L : :: as part of the nations force in
readiness, Adm. McDonald said
first air strikes against North

Vietnamese targets were flown,
from aircraft{ carriers because
they were there; they' were
ready they \were ,operating on
the free oceans, and they. could

'be used at the sole directionof ... .
'
our President. jtJ. 1W
w .! :
National K*HlNMtf* IMN i HoK Wfc* dt44M*>-)*">M l> ""''" -"- ''
Speaking before the
Security Industrial Associationin Bye-Bye Barf GuysC.F.
Los Angeles,the admiral noted : ,
that while advances were being
-. made in,Naval weapons: systems, BATEMAN, Assistant Forester. NAS Cecil Field, made
hi.... 'I'F\ the Air Force's Strategic Air walking at night a Jittle,, safer last Week as he eliminated 'a 10,Ib.
,,: '-'" Command, augmented by the bobcat and a 5 1/2 ft. diamondback, rattlesnake 'from the popula-
,' Navy's Polaris weapons: system tion of Cecil Field's wild life. The bobcat was found running alongon
tt and 'our nuclear-capable aircraft the runways at Cecil, while the snake was a habitant of the fuel

Rear Admiral HJ.P. Foley (right), SC, USN, Comanding Officerof carriers, had successfully achie- depot.: Bateman said that snakes will usually leave you alone,
the Naval Aviation Supply Office, Philadelphia, Pa., recently ved our country's highest priority but you can never tell what a bobcat might do.
visited the Naval Air Station, Cecil Field. Supply management mission that of deterring a
programs- were discussed with Captain U.L. Fretwell (above left), nuclear conflict. Tickets OR.S.le '
Commanding Officer of NAS Cecil Field,.and Captain J.S. Christ The admiral said that 98 per- IkeOrange
iansen, CFAD, Cecil Field. cent of all material going into At Slclll'Servlcls
Vietnam today is transported by Park
ship. He explained this includes.all .
The following tickets are now
New Books trucks, helicopter, and avia- on sale at Special Services,',
at PresbyterianChurch
Library
of the
food
I tion fuels; all most Building #4, NAS Cecil Field.
ammunition; all heavy equipment,
February 18 Otis Redding-
I ,THE CAPTAIN' by Jan de A chronicle of the daredevilsof and all construction materials.. $2.50 (No discount).
H nog. A dramatic novel of the sky, from the hot air February 22 Fred Warring- 242 Mclitesk A'I.
J; action at sea on the Murmansk ballonists of the 18th centuryto ,$5.00, $4.00 and $3.00 (With
I convoy route during World War the jet acrobatic teams of the1960's SWAPThe discount).. OriHge Pick Florida
II. Martinus Harinxma Is the told by a successful stunt February 23 Al flirt 5.00, ,
captain of a Dutch tugboat assigned flier. following informationIs $4.00 'and' 3.00With( discount). Minister
to convoy duty as a res- FITTING IN AS A NEW SERVICE submitted in regard to a March 8 '- The Globe Trotters-
t cue ship. His lIason officer, a WIFE by M. K. Murphy &,C. B. swap with any interested personnel $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00 (With REV. C. F. MONTGOMERY JR.
; young Canadian, is shattered by Parker.. A book of practical advice in the command. I:, discount). 'r SUNDAY
his first experience:,of war, and for the young military am ;.currently rktng on:C- March 9 through 12, '
: a Holiday
117D, UH-34J UH-2B, C-47J,.,
SCHEDULE
is killed 'in a bomber'attack. Ona discussing the advantages,social on Ice -' $3.00,' and $2.00 With
-
voyage to Canada, the captain life, seperations and activitiesthat and H-19Eaircraft. discount .
Name: Gill Earl Dee. ; 8:30: a.m. WORSHIP .
meets and falls in love with can make the experience For further information caU
,
I 0 Rate: AME2* 9:45 &:m. SUNDAY SCHOOL
the young officer'widOw., and creative. <
rewardlngand Mrs.. Williams ,at extension -
,
{ back :au sea she is beset r by they, "f" I: Ser* #: 6871865, ; 11:00 fl.m.' WORSHIP:
"
same anguish and revulsion from UDT, SEALProgram Nec: 0000 :OO.p.'m. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
war that he,had seen, take pos- TCD: Jan'70
,session of Lt. Tyler. But he EAOS; Jan 70
r' faces a deadly challenge as the
Nazis decoy the escort vessels' A presentation on the UDT/, Duty Station: Operations WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
NAS
Malntr
Corpus
SEAL Program willbe given in
away and attack the unprotected
Christ!
Cecil Field's station theater at '
convoy. 1 p.m., February 21., All volunteers C.O. : _Captain ,F.C. Auman NEW & USED FURNITURE 8 APPLIANCES
PAPER LION by George Plimpton. and prospective volun- Previous Exp. ,(spec.) A-4E, NEW & USED TV SETS
, An adventure writer and teers are invited to attend. A-4C NEW ADDING MACHINES
weekend athlete, who in OUT .*****.*
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
OF MY LEAGUE told of his NAVY-WIDE EXAMS for E-8.
experience of pitching to' major E-9 promotion will be 'conducted FREIGHT SALVAGE
'\ league All Stars in Yankee May 23. Terminal eligi- Buy EASY CREDIT TERMS
(i Stadium, here recounts his bility date is Jan. 16, 1968. HRS 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In & Browse/

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I '.Florida CS Examiners Standards Revised For


Announce Exam .Listing. Civil Service PersonnelNew I


The Civil Service Commis- Examiners for Florida, Orlando and revised standards of -- 5270/ of the total sample entered
sion announces examinations' as Fla., 32801. personnel occupations. designed the personnel field from a
follows: The U. S. Civil Service Com- to assure that Federal per- Federal position In another fieldof
Dental Hygienist, GS 4, and mission, Washington, D. C. has w sonnel staffs will be ready to work. ,
GS-5, announced examination for a Junior cope with future demands, have -- 29$> of the sample were
Electric Accounting Machine Federal Assistant. been published by the Civil Ser- women.
Operator GS 2, GS 3, and This is an administrative type vice Commission. -- 79/0 of those In the sample
GS 4.. examination at the GS 4 level. About 20,500 jobs throughoutthe reported some education beyond
Junior Carpenter, $2.11 per Applications are to be filed Federal service are covered. high school; 31<7/<> had graduate
hour to $2.63 per hour, with .the U. S. Civil Service Positions affected range from training ,
Carpenter, $2.73 per hour Commission! Federal Assistant personnel clerks and assistants -- The five most Important,
$3.40 per hour, Desk, Washington, D. C. 20415 Llant Lf d a .through specialists in personnel abilities and skills believed necessary
Junior Electrician $2.11 per and must be received or postmarked : management, position classifications for work In the personnelfield
hour to $2.63 per hour, not later than' Feb 20 staffing employee relations were ability to ,write, to
$2.73
$'*Electrician.40 hour, per hour to 1967. and training, to personnel of- convey ideas orally, to plan,
per The 89th Congress ficers. and to show
passedandthe to analyze problems,
Laborer, $1.40 per hour to United States Civil service President signed into action' Several changes are Includedin superior technical competnece.The .
$2.09 per hour, Commission Interagency Boardof more than a score of laws affecting the new standards Among pace of recruiting for
Laborer, ( Cleaner), $1.40 U. S. Civil Service Examiners Federal employees. Thisis them: personnel specialists jobs Is
per hour to $2.09 per hour, for North Carolina, has announced the fourth In a series of (a) Improved basic qualification expected to Increase as many
Machinist, $2.73 per.. hour to : an examination for Air- new.public laws.RETIREMENT. requirements.b of the present workforce retire
$3.40 per hour.Telecommunications, craft Pilot ( Fixed and Rotary -- Public Law ( ) Better techniques for during the next few years. The
System Wing) GS 11 and GS 12. 89 378 amends the Civil Service considering candidates in goal Is to attract high caliber
Equipment Repairer, $2.85 per Applications for these positionswill Retirement Act to extend terms of the requirementsfor talent from a variety of sources
hour to $3.45 per hour. be accepted until further the recomputation privileges to the particular jobs to be Inside government or outside.
Applications for these posi- notice. be filed filled.
Applications must
certain re employed involunt- The new standards open op-
tions will be accepted until with the Executive officer, arily separated retirees, whosere (c) New provisions to makeIt portunities to employees In
further notice. Applications must Interagency Board of U. S. Civ- employment terminated on easier for employees to move other fields to enter personnelwork
be filed with U. S. Civil.Service -
il Service Examiners for North or after July 12, 1960, after at from one personnel occupationto at full 'journeyman grades
Commission, Interagency Carolina, 415 HillsboroughStreet least five years' service. another, or into personnel without loss of rank. The compe-
Board of U. S. Civil Service Raleigh N. C. work from other, fields.d .
Public Law 89 407 amends tition and selection for movement
the Civil Service Retirement Act ( ) New provisions for filling into personnel work Is based on
to define "child" to include top level personnel officer knowledges, abilities, and per-
.. illegitimate children for lump- jobs. sonal qualities of the individual
sum death benefits. The, act ik rather than insistence on par-
also changes the student child In addition to the usual studyof ticular kinds of experience.CanYou.
provision to permit continuanceof personnel jobs, the standards
.t- survivor annuity over non were based, In part, upon a comprehensive -
', school Intervals of up to five mon- survey of personnel
,
I ths Instead of the four month Interval employees. A questionnaire was
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under the prior law. sent to a sample of employeesat
Sections 504 and 505 ((1)) selected grade levelsIn TAKE YOUR CAR
permit optional retirement on the sixth major personnel WTII YOU?
% ..' full annuity at age 55 with 30 specialities In 16 Federal agen- Far Financing and Insurance
years of service and .at age 60 cies.Among Stateside and Overseas. .Call
with 20 years'' service and ((2)) the findings of the
DYER M. BURR
: remove the reductions -- one survey. :
percent a year for each year -- 32 per cent of the sample GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
i .. between the ages of 55 and. 0-- were above age 50 and 6%were FINANCE CORPORATION
:
.. ... which,, now applies when an Involuntarily under the age 29. and
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separated employee ;-- Half of the personnel staffsfirst INTERNATIONAL. SERVICE
i .,. 'does not meet the age requirements ; entered Federal civilian INSURANCE COMPANY: j
5 :"'"' for full annuity a; the: service before 1946. 'Only. 11h 5615 Tlmuquana Rd.. 771-0527'
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;; .,', ,,' time of separation. entered In 1961 or later.

Boards To Answer

4 Million Queries

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The Civil Service. Commission VISITCLAUDE
estimates that when all 65 Inter-
agency Boards of Civil Service

Like to watch things grow? Plant your Examiners become fully opera- NOLANCADILLAC
tional more than four million
..' >' !*, here at oral Inquiries will be answered
savings annually. Each of the Boards

will offer walk-In, one-stop job & PONTIAC
inforn1a ion.
? MAIN AT ORANGE
Additionally, the volume of
BARR1iTETTNATIONAL written Inquiries Is expected to OPEN MON. THRU SAT UNTIL 8 PM
BANK OF JACKSONVILLE Increase substantially.Donald .

MCMMCft rtOKNAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION R. Harvey, retiring director PHONE EL 3-3922
of the Commission's
US HAS FACILITY OFFICE Bureau of Recruiting and Examining -
indicated the scope of
Across Free Afolilstrflflii Bd! |., MAS recruiting and examining activity
for the Government, America'slargest
...ldal'H.lrs: single employer In a
recent article.
Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

Friday: 9:30 AM 111 4:30 PM He, reported that last year, Cik' GET THAT l
more than 400,000 candidateswere
,.... ExUisitHS 1272 Ir S273 provided for appointmentsIn "

every conceivable occupationalfield. II IGOK .
; EXAMPLES OF LOANS :
ON It MONTH PUN

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warm welcome that greets you when you come in. Big as all the
cash you get. Big as all the things the cash will.do for you-like
4 pay bills take care of expenses, balance the family budget That's
big! Right! Call up or come In. O.K.? And get that Big O.K.I.
BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM 1700 OFFICES COAST-TO-COAST

LOANS UP TO $600

Beneficial) Finance Co.of Jaclcsonville
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Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388-9374 .
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BUILDINGS dot _
,- MINATURE the realistic/ / //one/scope./ For many jcars the rumble and clatter of railroad,!' S REASON: __S _
wheels has h Id an almost magical attraction in this
; ', ::.- ',' ,. country. R Iroading did indeed play a vital role U ;S No Assistant Manager, No General' Manager,
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.1 .1::: ': -\ lure and excitment live on. Per-Iment without tragedy NO OTHER'DEALER IN FLORIDA CAN'
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INSIDE STORAGE & LAUNDRY FACILI TI ES recreation of(model railroading.: BELLAIR B E L R S
The new H. O. Gauge Railroad :::3 4 or Sedan/ Vinyl trim, Factory heater, .
,.J I BETWEEN THE BASES MINUTES TO WAS & CECIL Club at the NAS hobby shop pro S :$:: push button radio, white/ wall// "tires/ wheel!/ / covers r rmote re- :

" vides much of the needed equip / oufsceer/ / / > mirror, padded dash and sun visors / ->$
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: ,t.\\ :\.'. I Resident Mgr. Apr. ,21 PLENTY OF PARKING equIpment. The clubhouse and : 3 washers/ and/ back up lights. &:
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TAILOR SHOP RATES S Sat 8 a.m..6 6 p.m.
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I! NATTC : Behind The" SceneBy JAX MARINESBy




BEVERLY MOORENATTC'S Pfc. Edward Waldorph

and Barracks Maintenance, each

t! ,' having an equal bearing on the
t
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final score.
yd
The privileges awarded to the w
Honor Class from Aviation Elec

trician's MateA) School goes as
I follows: Head of the Line pri-
vileges in the AE Mess Line

!'tu l for noon meals ( when in for-
II F" mation), no duty status for one''

week for the non-rated, excludedthe
I
Special Services Watch Bill,
i. overnight. liberty to expireon .7 SFr,, h3.T. ,
board at 6a.m. on the morn-
ing of a school day and leadingthe

morning marching formationto

school.
._e 4. fur The Aviation Ordnanceman (A)

..v r, A School's Honor Class receive the

following privileges: overnight

!, liberty to expire at 6 a.m. on
# a school morning, no duty status -
for the amount of one week
and no field day or cleaning details kl
r for one week.In .
I I both Aviation Electrician'sMate MR. AND MRS. ABRAHAM WASHINGTON, receive the Purple

k- (A) School and Aviation Or- Heart posthumously awarded to their late son, Marine Corp

dnanceman (A) School, a letterof Private/ Booker T. Washington, for wounds that took his life .

commendation will be made while> serving in Vietnam. Ma). Robert L. Hyland, CO of the
part of the Class Leader's record Marine Barracks made the presentation.The .
it his class is designated
Honor Class three or more times, parents of the late Marine three months ago from a busy
provided he is worthy in all respects Corps Private Booker T. Wash- tour in Vietnam with VMO @.
New Executive Officer, Cdr. J. G. Ballou. of such commendation. ington received the Purple Heart, He flew 262 missions as a helicopter -

Honor Class from Aviation National Defense Medal, Vietnamese door-gunner. He was
J Commander Justin G. Ballou Office, Advanced Undersea Electrician's Mate(A) School was Medal andVietnameseService awarded 13 Air Medals and -i
1( assumed the position of Excutive Weapons School, Key West. Class 703. This is the first Medal from the Commanding wounded twice by shrapnel.Our .
Officer, Naval Air Technical His campaigns and service time in. the Honor Class Com- Officer, Marine Barracks Nav- congratulations on his .
I training Center, NAS, Jacksonville medals include: National Defense petition for Class 703. al Air Station. coming promotion and all the best :4

on January 30, 1967.I American Theatre, Pre- Aviation Ordnanceman A Mr. and Mrs. AbrahamWash- at his new station. .
I ( )
Commander Ballou, was born Pearl Harbor, World War 11 ington of 3959 Robert C. Wea-
I School's Honor Class for the ********
in Toledo Ohio December Victory Medal, and Antartic Ser-
I on 25, week is Class' 645. ver Drive Jacksonville, heard
1916. He attended Drake, Ohio vice Medal with Winter-over 44444444Honorman Maj. Robert L. Hyland read the President Johnson*' has proposed -
f State, Tulane and George Wash- Clasp. cijation posthumously awarding to Congress The Vietnam
Universities Commander Ballou is married is a title given to their the Conflict ,Servicemen and Veg-
ington prior to entering the son Purple Heart for
student with the
the Naval Service. He 'to ,the former Virginia M. Whiteof highest wounds that took his life in Conflict Servicemen and Vet-
scholastic record in his class. erans Act of 1967' which would
completed flight training at NAS, Jacksonville, Fla.< They Vietnam.
this honor
Jacksonville and was commis- have three children: Guy, 22, Earning requires hard Prior to enlisting in the Mar- increase educational allowances
work and hours of
'( a student at Roger Williams many long pensions and governme'nt .in-
coned Ensign in July 1942. study. In recognition of his ines Corps Washington attended
\ ,Prior,,to reporting to the Naval College; Christine, 18, a studentat achievement the Honorman William Gilbert High School and surance.
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Air Technical Training Center, Florida Southern Universityand Honorman certificateupon receives was a member of Sweet, Sarah ? The President madejthe. following -
Commander Ballou was the Com- Robert, 2. a Baptist Church of JacksonvilleThe proposals: ,
manding Officer of Detachment graduation. Washingtonsalso.received 9 That single ''Vietnam vet
******** Honorman from AviationElectrician's erans recieve a $130 monthly
ALPHA, Winter-over Commandof Gold Star Lapel Pins to com-
Mate (A) School is
subsistence allowance when
using
Antartic Support Activities, The selection of Honor Class memorate thelrsoo'sdevotion to
Airman Frederick W, Steffens,
educational benefits instead of the
McMurdo Station his
Antartica
in both Aviation Electrician'sMate Class 635. Steffens completedthe country.-
current $100. That married
Other assignments included Executive vet-
: (A) School and Aviation twenty-two week school witha ********
erans continue to receive
Office, Naval Station
Trinidad, 1963-1965 Officer-in-, Ordnanceman (A( final average of 93.45. Gunnery Sergeant John Laz- $130 with $10 monthly added for
; Ordnanceman (A) School is established Aviation Electrician's Mate(B)
Charge, Naval Aircraft TorpedoUnit eration Career Advisory NCO the second child and each add-
on a point system. The School Intermediate Course, and Informational
Services NCO itional child.
NAS
Quonset Point 1960-
,
Honor Class system is based on Class 633 named AE3 G.
1963 Commanding Officer and Billy for the Marine Air Detatchment Provision that any educa-
; the following factors; Scholastic Brashear as Honorman of the and Jax Air News writer has tion time used to
Executive Officer complete high
Airship! standing. Disciplinary Record, Week. Bra- transferred the 4th
Upon graduation, to Anglico school would be
Squadron() Three Executive not charged
: Military bearing and Appearance, shear held an 'average of 79.92. Force Troops, FMF USMCR, against college eligibility earned

Lcpl. James D. Bell, Class Miami Florida, to assume the as is now the case.
639B, was named Honormanof the duties as First Sergeant. .A 5.4 percent increase in
week, Aviation Ordnanceman (A) GySgt Lazeration has handledthe the pensions of 1.4 million veterans -

OPEN OPEN School with a final average of re-enlistment counseling and widows and dependents
11 84.08. general counseling for those of effective July 1. ,.
SUNDAY the detatchment with their varied An
SUNDAY a increase in the current
Thomas B. Ellison
Capt. pre- service problems.,. In additionhe $10,000 government life insurance -
sented graduation certificates to
runs the public relations office
maximum to a minimum
the graduating Leadership Class and write' the Marine column
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY 67-A. Students selected for for the base paper. scaled$12,000 to 'with the higher of the amounts
pay ser-
Leadership School are from Sup-
GySgt Lazeration came to us
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W. gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect port personnel attached to Cecil viceman---up to a maximum of
ion. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything that $30,000.'
needed It. And guaranteed them 100.,. for the repair or replacement Field, NAS, NARTU and NATTC.
of all major mechanical part** for 30 days or 1000 mU... Comeon The twenty two non rated
in and double check. students have covered Leadership :-

ENGINE ASSEMBLIES"TRANSMISSION SYSTEM'REAR'ELECTRICAL AXLE PRONT SYSTEM AXLE Military, Customs" conduct and, Communism Courtesies I I NAIfiNewsandViewisThe I I


Management;; Speech, Field Drill I

66 VW SEDAN . . . . .JJ595 Ceremonies,and Physical! Fitness final wrap up of Good Weather Facility.
65 VW SEDAN AIR COND ', '. . .$1550/ among other related subjects Turn Day for Goodwill Industries 26,000 bags of clothing were

65 VW SEDAN. . . ... ... .. .#295 during the three week course of of Jacksonville is complete witha stored in the Goodwill ware-

i 64 VW SEDAN. . . !,/,'. .''''%;:.1'. :. ,-W95 the ADRAN school. Leonard Connor.Jr\ significant increase in the a- houses by this fine combined

63 VW'SEDAN.' . . .' I .,V- .J95 attached toAMBNAS.was03med mount of clothing, toys etc., effort. Mr. Ed Langdon, the

62 VW SEDAN . . ;' '. : '. .$895 Honor Man of Clas 67 A. given Goodwill to the Industries civic project. Executive Director for Good Will

61 VW SEDAN, . . .. .. .$795 Out of a possible 1500 points, drive annually with the holds coopera-this Industries contributions, ,said should that continuing the

62 KARMAN GHIA ,CPE . . .5/095/ Connor, was accredited 1377.86 tion from the Boy Scouts of America over 30,000 bags. up # totalto

$ 64 VW CONVT. . . . : ,. $1195 points upon graduation for final and Marine and Naval per-

64 VW STA. WAG.BUS). . . 5M95 average of 91.86. sonr l.Thescoutsdistributedthe ********

65 VW 'STA. W ;G.BUS). . ?',,. ..S7650IE' Captain Thomas B. Ellison bags, and collected the filled bags NARTU Jax is undergoing its
commended the students for their
63 VW KOMBI . . . .<; 51050 in loaned trucks on February annual Comprehensive Inspection
. . .$ 75 outstanding appearance and 11. when they were then taken to the
60 VW SEDAN . . the accomplishments they have the Good will Industries ware- by Chief of Naval Air Re-

made during the three weeks of house at 4533 Lenox Avenue serve Glenview.Training Staff from NAS

TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS FROMS150 training. In Jacksonville,where volunteers One
supplemental of
from the Jacksonville group two
Navy Com .
i Wives' Club NotesThe plex unloaded and placed the con- and teams inspected arrived: the February 15,
Medical Den-
tributions
in the
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN Medical.Dental,and Medi- This year a total of warehouses.nearly 150 tal Personnel, Administration and Active Duty

cal Service Corps Officers Wives naval personnel volunteered to Department. Public".. Affairs
Club are sponsoring a "Car- aid Goodwill Industries during
INC. nival Dinner Dance," on Feb. their drive. The Jacksonville' ,will The main group of inspectors:
ruary 18 at'the NAS "0" Club. commands participating this year' arrive February 16; and
will
1150 LA'NE.AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 Cocktail hour is a 7 p.m., and were NAS Jax, JAX NAS, JAX through continue the inspection
dinner will be served at 8 Cecil Field Naval Station February 19. The main
Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun p.m. May-
'RfielJf9.' :'i9JIy, ,t I.r'A' team will inspect all otheriteas
ti J .iijG .... a'.).).: \.. 'lTt=. \ includingTrdiningittcadi-. (

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Minesweepers .NAS JAX ..WA.!
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Four wooden-hulled mine- BLUEJACKETS INN--Make your appearence In doubles or 'by
sweepers of Mine Division 82 ones tonight and Friday night and allow MARCH WILSON and the
home-ported at Charleston, RED COATS to create the beat for you.' Saturday THE RAVENS Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing ,Company.
South Carolina, will visit the play under the lights from 2p.m. to 6 p.m., then the HOLIDAYS 1950Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 322JO. to arrlte
city of Jacksonville for four days bring greetings and entertainment for the rest jof' the evening not later than Tuesday for publication the follou-ino Thursday -
beginning February 23. Duringthe Sunday will be a really big night as the funtastic'SUNSPOTS', Ad, arriving too late for this deadline will be published
visit, the ships will be ber- who made a 'smash hit' In Las Vegas, entertain the swinging set the following week unless the publisher is instructed other.
thed at the Atlantic Coast Line from 9pm. till ll:30p.m. They will be relieved by the SOUL SOCIETY be wise.received A check WITH or money the order for for the the ad.full cost of the ad must
copy
Building piers at the foot of Hogan BAND and Go-Go Girls. Monday, MARCH WILSON and '

Street. his swinging RED COATS return to star corner. PHIL CAY AND DO NOT SEND CASH

for The minesweepers will be open THE CHANTELS will be the main attraction on Tuesday. 'BINGO' RATE: Minimum charge '3 lined, . . . 2.00
general visiting between the rings throughout the pad -on Wednesday from 7p.m. to 9p.m. Swing '
hours of per additional line ((4 words per lincj;. . .Y.0.50
l:00p.m.: and 4:00p.m.each with the MALIBUS from 9p.m. to ll:30p.m.?
of the four days of the
********
the visit. Displays coveringall
aspects of the science of CPO CLUB-In the mood for Italian food?. Hot spicy pizza'swill 1966 SINGER RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR,
mine warfare will be placed a- be served tonight for the small fee of $.75. Friday, dance. 2B, fame rm. cent. heat, corn-
board the ship, for viewing by to the music of DICK WILSON'S MODERNS from 9pm. to 1 a.m. Dial A Stitch 4 drawer er lot, fenced yard, like new-
visitors. In addition, well on Saturday. Sunday the BUD CLARK COMBO will entertain Walnut Desk, Buttonhole, Fancy DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771-
qualified Navymen guides will be from 8p.m. to 12p.m. designs, Blindhems, Overcasts, 0374 or 771 7874.
on hand to answer questIonsThe ******** Monograms, Assume 8 paymentsof
four wooden-hulled ships, 'O' CLUB--Come to the Hurrican Ball sponsored by VW-4, $7. See at 6437 Wilson Blvd.or 1966 SINGER TOUCH & SEW
USS FIDELITY ( MSO 443)), which Includes a buffet lunch, buffet dinner and dancing from 8p.m. Call 771 8211 for free Sold $510 beautiful 4 drawer
USS AVANGE (MSO 423)), USS to 12p.m. to music provided by the BUD CLARK,COMBO. The delivery & Home Trial. walnut desk Does all fancy
FEARLESS ( MSO 442)) and USS Medical, Dental Service Corps Dinner which starts at 7p.m., will RAYFIELD 'SEWING CENTER designs button holes,etc.winds
EXULTANT (MSO 441)) belongto be followed by dancing from 8:30 p.m.to 12:30a.tmo the music of bobbin in machine Guaranteedlike
a class of newly designed oc- Johnny Jelinek. new $180 cash or $9.00
ean going minesweepers, designed HELP WANTED MANAGER''' month. Agent. Call SPI-8211
to be totally non & Asst.Mgr., New Mary's DairIes anytime.
magnetic. The short ((170- NAS CECIL FIELD Drive Thru ConveniencesStore RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER.
foot) length and Instant propeller Arlington area. Good
control serve to make these Salary. Call Mr. Newsom for 62 MERCURY MONTEREY 392'
ships extremely maneuverable In CPO CLUB k Friday the Specials will be Lobster for $2.35 appt. 355 2014ORANGE Engine, Auto/Trans., PS, R & H,
heavily mined areas. and Filet Mignon for $1.90. The featured entertainment will be Body and engine In excellent
The minesweepers spearhead the Frank Binder Combo. Saturday's special's will consist of Lobs- PARK 3 BR, 2 BATH cond.; Can arrange private !In-
every amphibious landings, ter Dinner's for $2.35 and Sea Food Platters for $1.50. Music 2 car garg. Fenced yd., Fmly ancing. Best Offer. 771 9617,
clearing deadly amphibious landings by the Tunesters. Sunday, Fried Chicken will be the Special for & Dng. Rm Cent/Heat, A/C,
clearing deadly mines $.85 Wednesday Is Game Night beginning at 7:45 p.m. Wooded lot nr schools,TerazZQ SACRIFICE 200 ST. JOHNS
from the paths of landing forces firs., 5 1/4 FHA Loan $22,900 RIV., Dock, Deep wtr.,' House,
and support ships. 'They tru- ******** Call after 5 p.m. 264 6248 Grg., FENCED, Under $20,000.
ly"lead the way", In hospitality Take Rt. 17 to Bostwick Left
when visit Jacksonville $20 BUYS SINGER on S. 209 for 4 miles Right
they BEACON CLUB Tonight Is Game Night starting at 7:45 p.m.
on 1st paved road for 1 mile,
Feb.23 thru Feb.27. After the games "The Strangers" entertain. Friday the "Mark Sewing Machine left in storage, then left again onto paved road,
FLORIDAWHAT Castle" Combo will provide the Musicalentel1alrunent. Sunday, Phil good condition. Fully electric- follow thru onto Clay Road to
Kay & "The Chantels" with Go Go Girls. Monday, the Beacon Does everYthing complete with
House R. Gessner Rt2, Box
134 f. F. sWA r..3U.3IN Club will present a special show featuring Bob Garber and;! Band. attachments ..guaranteed -yours
THEY DID THAT DAY Tuesday, VA 45 will have their party. Wednesday, the Dick Widon for storage charges $20 each. 526, Palatka 3148. 264. 6869 or
;ombo will be featured. V Call warehouse 353-1946 anytime 1.328,
WILL BE REMEMBERED ,
******** 'Will deliver :no- obligation :CUSTOM: BUILT 3 BR, 2B', LG.
FOR ALLTIMEI'ROCK ,. 1606 Main Street.- ,: : ,"
< .: Home 5 1/4 GI Loan' must
'LUTHERAN SERVICE CENTER830pm., Friday, February 17th.- A -' 1 SEWING MAdn E'CO. '' Qualify small down payment.,
LSC 'Sweetheart' Contest and Birthday Party with cake, punch, POODLE'extra small male, AKC
games and prizes. Party fun for all I ,REAL ES.TATEfFREE'CONSUL'TATION $100. 771'- 7856.
ADYJ $. 7 days a
week. Homes lor sale,$100 Dwn.; FOR SALE: 3 BR, Home 2B,
WANT ADS WILL SELL FOR YOU I IY Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. FHA, Dwn pay. --$1330 -: Cent.
HomeSite Lots, Acreage, Invest- Heat W/W Carpt. Fla, Room,
ments. WALTER T. BOWEN, & Patiol. Beautiful landscaped,

GEORGE rti ..uS .:..<<... .rr..rr. Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- with carport. $16,950. 384 a
HUDSON PEPPARD 1376. 5725. _

.7839" FOR SALE 59 FORD STA FOR RENT: '2BR TRAILER,
GUY NIGEL pAL DY Wag. R & H, Auto trans. Call
Fishing and launching privileges.
HOt: .
STOCKWELL GREEN. after 5 p.m. 264 6248DIAL0.MATIC Free boat furnished weekdays.

. . .. 15 minutes from NAS Jax: $75
mo. Phone 264 9198.
-.r%?.% 1967 ZIGZAG
TOBRUKTECHNICOLOR In Nice console. Makes button- RENT WESCONNETT 5745 .-
holes,..blindhem, monograms& '110th Street Brick Home, 2 BR,
. .*. Ladles Night Every Thurs. fancy stitches. $36-cash-or $5 C/ll & A/C. W/W / Carpt.,

mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at 2 car garg. Water furn., Lrg
Your favorite beverage)
One Get One FREE (
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Buy Ii San Juan Open 9 9 & yd., No sub. div. $120 mo.,
Sunday 388 1551. after 4 771 3477.
LIVE 6 NIGHTS A WEEK p.m.
MUSIC
I -\ SAX SEWING CENTER
I'KEN I.
MOBILE HOME LOT FOR SALE
THE SWINGINGEST ROOM IN TOWN.... FOR RENT OR FOR SALE RENT, or LEASE with Option to
THE SWINGING DOOR Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & buy. 100 x 88 Corner Lot 15
FHA rejects. $50 & $100 down. pines beautifully landscaped.Call .
OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret., Ext. 8544 NAS Jax, after 6
264-2411, Orange Park Realty. p.m. 733 5239 Chief For-

HOUSE FOR SALE-"NORMANDY rest.
Village 3 BR 2B, Dining 64 CHEVY FACT/AIR, PSPB,
Iii room & Utility Rm, $81.50 mo. Excel. Con., $1295, Phone 264-
MONEY 1 DAY (Includes Tax & Ins.) $100 dwn.to 2204 or NAS Jax Ext. 265.
781 0536
qualified buyer. .
BOAT MOTOR & TRAILER 16

y $25 to $600ON 1965 Porsche. Cabriolet Red ft. Carter Craft, 40 H.P.Johnson -
17000 Miles Excel. Cond. $650 cash Tele. 264-
'6405 ...
264.4980 After 5
YOUR SIGNATURE& ARRANGED BY PHONE
Cash for any,purpose. Just phone and tell us how OUTSTANDING 58 FORD STA. FOR SALE: UPRIGHT FREEZER

much you want. Pick up the cash_ at your convene WAG. Auto/trans., V 8, p. S. 500 lb..Cap.,Excellent cond.,
ience., Same-day 'service. Looks & runs like new, Can.Fin Also Female Boston Bull rdPekenese.
!I ance HIREPAN MOTORS. 725 ,. must sell due to
PENDERGRAS, AEC, 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN 1944. illness 387 3846.SBob's .

USN, Ret., Former world/ Skeet You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get 1.40 Pmt. .

Shooting Champion 03 a member
of the crack HAS JAX 84.33 5.00 355.79 27.00. : Oak Hill
J5J.80 9.00 427.57 25.00
Skeet Team and the first per-
son In the Navy fo be presented 2r9.27 73.00 SOO.5r 29.00
with the International Distinguished 286.73, 17.00 600.00 34.39 Pure 'Service CenterOpen

'''Shooter Medal Invites

convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.. V
,all his ,shipmates and 'Above Payments Include/ Interest. for your ,
friends to see him CLAUDE "

NOLAN, INC., 937 MAIN ST. DIAL7kmta: red service*pick-up ,& deliverymechiak /
where Ken is selling new Pon- -
tiac's, Cadillac's and Clean 4721 San Juan Ave. Dial 384-2314 en ..dity..AMerk & FiriR Cars '

Used Cars. Ken says, "If you 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 103rd & James Rd.

are shooting for,a good deal, 5256,Beach.! Boulevatf d. ,Dial 359-2895. I f 771-9150 Jacksonville.'F la. f
3922or : ., .
see or call me aT>353 f-
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THE CHAMPS. .The Pensacola Goshawks made It live In Bob Orchid,, Pensoco/as* I tad- Cdr., D. C., ,Taylor, Executive Officer, HAS Cecil/ Field, fosse
a
row. Ing scorer, gets a quick two up the first ball of the 1967 Sixth Naval District Basketball
on,, a fast break by the Gosh Tournament, held last week. The first game was between the .
I awks In the Championship Cecil Field/ / Raiders and Glynco Navy. Cecil won the contest. .

playoff against Memphis last 108 87.

MILITARYAUTO Saturday. .

LIABILITy'lNSU RANCE Pensacola Makes it five in a Row S
MONTHLY POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO

INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES Takes out Memphis in Final 103-69

AGE21-24 Married $10.40 mo.
CNABT, Pensacola made off by Memphis 92; 86.Wednesday.' their winning string ,6NDtour--
AGE21-24Single$12.80 mo. with it's fifth-straight SlxtnNav- naments by defeating''Navy Memphis -
Meets State and Base Requirement al District Championship .last 10677.
Robert Travis & Associates INC.HASlst Saturday by defeatingNavyMemphis In the losers bracket Wednes- The Goshawks began the game'
!. in the finals' 106 77, at day, Jax Navy took on NavCom- a little slow as they took the lead, .
,Office No. Gofe-6483 Roosevelt/ /-388-3583/ the N,AS Cecil Field Gym TraCen. Jax wonthe event 9-8, for the first time with '
USNS-Moyport, Jar Beach 1127N. Third St.AlA) 246-6421 73 68 ComFairKeyWest met 14:04 remaining in the first
Monday KeyWest. Key West came through half. Then Memphis came back '
The action all started Monday, defeating ComFair 89 75 and tied the score JL3 13. .. .
'Febru ry 0; when 12teams; tookto In the winners bracket Pensa- But Bob Orchid, leading scorer
the floor.in.the first days play. cola dumped Charleston 107-69. for Pensacola, pushed the GoshI.
The Cecil Field.Raiders opened awks back into lead with a foul ..
Thursday'The .
the tournament by defeating; shot. .Then Sian Dowsoni.::idded' '
I Loaded with.S: Glynco. 108'r 87.' Memphis hand Cecil Field Raiders came two mo're': points, one a,'', '.: '.
ed Navy Jax a 90 -83 defeat. up against Pensacola in'Thurs personal foul shot, 'and the other .
NavComTraCen squeeked, by day's action.. The Goshawks on a ''technical foul called on. .
ComFair,Jax '90 81. Pensa- handed'''the Raiders'-their first Frank. Sow of Mmt tls.- : '.-: ""'", "
money: problems1.;:r 'Wt cola wipe out Key' West 119- defeat -103 >: 60, sending,Cecilto Pensacola then opened seven ',M.
59. ComFairKeyWest rolled by the losers bracket. In other point. lead 2619 with 8:42: .
SubFlQtSIx 96'- 83, and Charleston games Memphis walked over Key remaining in the first half of
wraped up the days actionby' West 125 91, and Jax Navy two fouls; shots by Chris Red-. ..
,bombing Sanford 74 57. stopped Charleston 82 76. dington. Bob Orchid added four .
t Tuesday morel pvnts shooting two 20 ft. '. '., '
Friday jump"-shots. ,to end the, Half 48- ,
Tuesday all 12. teams saw In' the semifinals Memphissent 35.The: ') "
.Goshawks their
action again.In the losers bracket home with ppened
a
Jax Navy ,in the second half as they S
Jax Navy took on' Glynco Jax 90 -, 70 defeat. Cecil Field also scoring
winning that round 83 70. Key Friday, took the opening tip off and
their walking papers
Wes ComFalrJax 80 got popped two.: This opened their
; dumped
as Memphis routed the Raiders .. .
23 66 43,
lead ,
65. In the winners bracket, and to ponts
111 87, leaving Memphis
Charleston took on ComFa1 rI h; West, Charleston ''winning 96- Pensacola steadily increased.
i J 83. NavComTraCen went down to SaturdayIn their lead to 30 points. Mid ..
: defeat at the hands of Pensacola way through the '2nd half
100 63. In the last game the final game Saturday, the Pensacolas' coach,Buck Weaver
S Tuesday, Cecil Field edged Pensacola Goshawks continued sent his.'second string in. With
r ___ eight minutes left, the Goshawks ':, .
0 led 92; 62. They scored their .
; 100th with 2:27 \
\ TA PROBLEMS?? point remaining '.
I t : on a foul shot by Jim Lewis.

: Get loan from That'ls specialty!! fifth Pensacola straight wrapped championship up their 106-
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Scoring honors went Bob Orchid -
::1 Household FinanceWhen WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU SAVE TAX MONEY of Pensacola who rackedup

a total of lllpointsin tour- .
Year round TAX SERVICE since 1953. nament play, 32 of which were .
you have money need, you're welcometo ::::::::smsssms:::: ;;;:;: :: : ::::::::: :::::::::::::::::: :*::: ::::::::$::::":-m":::::: :: :::: $::::::: made in the championship game.
see the military loan counsellor at the Roberts Bookkee PHONE 384.1034 Jim Haines with 19 points, led
iN the scoring for Memphis.
HFC office nearest your base. He's trainedto 1907 Blanding Blvd./ Pensacola now travels to

serve and satisfy & Tax Service y IHC. (cor. Shirley & Blanding) Memphis for the SouthAtlantic
Yw;" MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS the money needs ofservicemen Regional Tournament now being
u u. U 6 played,
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So unload your X:
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 THE
300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 money problems i' IMPORTED PARTS "
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 with a loan fromHFCHousehold
600 3t39 42.66 59.35 109.80 i 44MROCk
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Charles ore computed ft 3% CUI that part of
Kludultti monthly batancti txtttdittg 9300 Finance. ? "
and 1%tn any remainder.it I: A\ I TERRACE
D San Juan
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i I COMPLETE STOCK IMPORTED : 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartmentswith
; PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES Country Club

I:: FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS':': Kitchens atmosphere equipped with G-E
:: OF CARS G TRUCKS ::::: Ranges'& Refrigerators

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 ::: ;Call For Service $ Individual Air Conditioning '
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Hills Center and Heating by G-E &
Cedar Shopping
I 388 9331 I I
Drapes furnished
1-4581 $1 r
Blvd.-SPring
: : .3734 Handing : Wall to Wall Carpeting and

3050' Beach. Blvd.-Phone. a : 398-4541' I: .505... McDUFF L"'r'...AVE..'.,... S.... JACKSONVILLE.. ... .. FLA. 32205 :} Large.Swimming Pool
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I Boxing Program Inaugurated For Station Personnel I fI




NATTC's Rosenthal Gym condition to win," Johnson ma-

intains. "Being in shape com-
I plete three rounds is important,
Scene Of Nightly DrillsBy but being in shape to finish three
tough rounds and still win Is
the primary Item," he said.
Ned Fellers/ Conditionlnglnvolvesone of the

Surrounded! by punching bags, a lone medicine ball and a box original sterotypes of boxing --
of powdery rosin, the nippy smell of rubbing liniment was in the roadwork. Johnson wants his men M
air as Harry Johnson worked with a handful of servicemen in a to run in the afternoons, or when
small room slightly larger thanaboxing i ring itself off NATTC's ever possible on a prearranged
ancient Rosenthal Gym one day last week. The men were, for program.If .
tonight at least, boxing hopefuls. But a night could conceivablycome enough Interest isshown, a
when they would be champions. base smoker" will be In the
.' Under Johnson's apt tutorage a pugilist 15 years ago in Wichita offering; possibly in little more
that night could come sooner than Falls, Texas, at a place where than a month. Novice fighters .
imagined. But for one,Jesse Ray many youngsters don their first would be matched as close as
Joyner, ADJ3 of VP-45, the victory gloves, a Boys Club. At 16, possible to one another accord-
sign of upraised gloves has he was Texas State Golden Gloves ing to ability and weight.
been more than a sometimes runner up in his weight class. What could the future hold? A
thing. He stuck with the sport he knew lot
Serving as trainer, coach and and loved after joining the Navy The trainer coach said that
general counselor, Johnson was even though a gradual deemphasis the fight program must first be
bent this Wednesday evening on of the manly an was creep- localized among the personnel
improving Joyner's right jab ing into evidence. In 1964 Joyner aboard before any long range -
which already appeared to be a was the North Atlantic Navy plans are formed. "This localizations '--a-
lethal weapon.'Jesse champ at 165 pounds. He made would have tq occur before J
has a good grasp of the the and any consideration Is givento
All-Navy World-Wide JESSE JOYHER AND a sparing partner tune up for a tentative
fundamentals; commented his tournaments that same year, forming a Navy team," he smoker. Protective headgear Is mandatory equipment for all
trainer as he intermittently turn declared. Signs are favorablefor
finishing as runner-up in the 156
ed his attention from his subjects.'It's pound class. He wanted a seat the venture, sponsored Joint- fighters during practice sessions.
minor improvements fir 'on the 1964 Olympic plane for ly by Special Services and the
technique we're after now. Tokyo, but was ousted in the military branches represented.
Letting his past record speak boxing finals.In And so boxing, the an of con-
for itself, the 22 year old puncher 1965, he repeated NorLant trolled fisticuffs which has undoubtedly -
must have a firm grasp on fundamentals champ. A loss to Harry Gloverin done more on a sin-
indeed. He started ask the 156 ]lb. class in the San gular competitor basis to promote -
Francisco All-Navy tournament a squadron's morale and THIS
closed out the eventual year. Identity over the years with a
A fluctuating weight didn't lone individual wearing ten WEEK-EM a3
seem to cause problems. In 1966 ounce gloves makes Its reap-
the young fighter was military pearance here.Somehow .

District of Washington medalistIn many may find! a
DRIVE
the 178 pound class. He follow way to say, "Welcome back."
ed by representing the Districtof
Columbia in area AAU bouts. I .t
His discharge date approaching
soon, Joyner is undecided about
the big bouts, servicewise, this \ '-,
year. (The Sixth Naval District
bouts will be held March 8,9 f ;
and 10 at Memphis; the All- IHA
Navy site' is.,the Naval Station. ;1 sTake It I.
Honolulu, Hawaii March 20-22 (
i :
and the Interservicebattlegroundfor
boxers is Ft. Lewis,Washington the
March 29-31). Short Route toDAYTONA
Accordingly, Johnson stresses 4PUNCHING
the presence of a champion BEACH
shouldn't discourage amateurs h
from turning out for the 7 9
p.m. sessions Monday through r
Saturday. "I can take a man BAG WORKOUT V! #
before and *
who has never fought
boys) t
make a fighter out of him," the developes/ power. (a *
former Jacksonville professional Trainer Johnson suggests, "
maintains. "It may take my life- "feet off the deck" as media/ J\'I f' iftqi
time in some cases,"he waggishly cine/ ball drops on boxer's
added, "but Til make a abdomen, strengthlng muscles .
fighter out of raw material. (below) AN ISLAND. OFJf AWA//AN/ :
Will an Increasing interest in *
the program, ( a little more than ENCHANTMENT
three weeks old from the stand-
point of a place to practice)snowball SURROUNDED BY
novices into fights for which

they are unprepared? Johnson DAYTONA BEACH FUNChildren
assures not. This man, who was
asked by Gunnery Sgt. KennethG.
Lyons of NATTC's AO 1T
WT1 School, ( the creator of the'pro-
gram) to assume active control -
of Marine and Navy personnel -
from the whole air station
interested in boxing, maintains
strict theories of conditioning."One '4A under
of my fighters won't
enter the ring until he's in 12 stay free k w
Jesse Ray Joyner

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BASKETBALL UMPIRES MEETING

Cliff Doyle, Clint Floyd and the first three places in each American League Personnel desiring to parti- JAX'S NEWESTCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
Charles Fowler teamed up to flights. Team Won"Lost cipate as umpires in the NAS

win the weekly 'Blitz Saturday, Entry fee is.two dollars per Supply 10 0 Little League program are re- "DIALER"
February 11. Doyle's par roundof person. Marines 8 2 minded of a meeting Wednesday,
72 led his team to the honors. Winners will be announced in VAP-62 7 2 March 1 at 4:30 p.m.at NA TTC's
******** Blue Park.
Angel
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next week's Air News.WASHINGTON VAP-5 7 3 LET YOUR OLD
Extensive renovations which will FAETU 6 5 SOFTBALL MEETING CAR MAKE THE
eventually result in improvedNAS ******** ,
ComFair 5 5 NAS Cecil Field personnel DOWN
golf facilities are underway1Only ,D. C. Lew Chaff Dispensary 4 7 (station and fleet) who are In- PAYMENT
finishing touches remain on
AFEES 2 7
terested in playing varsity soft-
the Pro which golf course superintendent of NAS a'
new Shop is now Communications 3 : 10
ball are asked to attend an or-
attended the 38th International
open. .The new locker rooms .
Officers Mess .0 11
ganized meeting in the station
and club Turfgrass Conference and Showat '
will
storage areas not the Washington Hilton Hotel National League gym on Monday February 20 65 OLDS 98, 4 DOOR,
be ready for several weeks.
H. T., Sedan, Fully
at I equip-
******** which ended February 10. p.m.
VW-4 7 1
ped, One owner Sliver
Course marshals are needed The Conference, and Show, VP-30 6 1 FLIER BASKETBALLNARTU :
for the Greater Jacksonville Open sponsored by. the Golf Course 7 4 Like New. $2388
(Deerwood Country Club) scheduled Superintendents Association of Hospital 7 4 In the next-to-last weekend of
for the week of March 13. America, drew nearly 3,000 sup- 'Vp-7 5 ;2 Florida / Georgia Interservice
I The NAS Jax marshals will erintendents. from golf courses FICEUR 4 .5 ataCecile Jax Nayy Fliers play
be assigned to the par five seventh all over the world. They attended 679th 3 5 FIeld at gym and the iC SPECIAL
hole and will operate in two shifts educational programs prepared MARTD 1 8 Raiders visit our the fol- w CHEVROLET Bel

Thursday and Friday, March 16 by leading golf superintendents FIt. Wea. Fac. -. .' 0 10 lowingnight at 7 p.m. Air Sedan, V 8, P. G,
and 17. The reduced field of agronomists and edu- Fact. Air Cond., R & H ,
golfers will make only one shift cators covering all phases of golf ;'," A Real' $1488
Bu
necessary on Sunday. There will turf maintenance. y
be no admission charge to military 'f .
marshals who will be ableto Nearly 100 leading manufact-
see some of the urers and suppliers to the $200
country'stop
touring first-hand. million golf industry exhibited 'AC SPECIAL
pros OJPLYMOUTH
Marshals should be golfers as their latest products. Last week Air Cond., R G II Fury, Auto.H,
knowledge of the game is an "GCSSA President Ted Roberts, V 8, Blue/White A -
asset. Appropriate dress for men superintendent of Fairmount CleanClJfOfl'
Car
acting as marshals will be a Country Club, Chatham, N. J.,
black or blue sport coat, gray summarized the purpose of the
slacks and white shin. Hats Conference "Within the
: next said .
and arm bands will be provided.A two months, nearly 15% of the we '641MPERIAL
sign-up sheet is posted in Country's golf courses begin CROWN
the NAS golf shop for interested ,their season; for the golf Cpe., H. T., Fully Equip
sup-
parties.Questions. ped. White, Red 'interior.'
erintendant the season beginsnow. Fact,
in regard to NAS Through the Conference, Warranty 341$.
marshals should be directed
to we collectively arm ourselves yes.
Capt. F. D. Heyer, (ret.) at with knowledge to provide the '.
,
387-2370 daily after 6 p.m. finest golf turf for the exploding I
} ******** population of golfers. '
i i A golf tournament for active to a mailman who needed just a bit more 64 CHRYSLER New :

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duled for the NAS course this R & H, Fact. Warranty
weekend, February 18 and 19. 16000
MISS THE WANT'ADS? tlTt
The tournament will be 36 hole to an airman who got the family a color l Miles I 919I $
: medal play with the field placed SEE PAGE 9
Into flights according to handi- .TV instead of a black and white portable.

t cap Prizes will he awarded for

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