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Creation Date: March 23, 1967
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VOL. 24 HO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 23, 1967
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High School Classes o & R Name


To Chsunla

Offered By NAS ESO On April 1, 1967 the Overhauland !

Repair Department at Naval : i
Registrations for a new educa.tiona.l'program for all military Air[ Station, Jacksonville, will
personnel active or retired, dependents and civilians who are be established as the Naval Air
,interested in obtaining a high ,school diploma without taking correspondence Rework Facility,a seperate command k-i
courses will be conducted from March 27 through April and assigned to the Chief
7, at'the Educational Services Office. Building '955. This is anotherin of Naval Operations for command
the Station's continuing: program to provide education in many and support. The six other O&R's
diverse fields and on many different levels. throughout the Navy will also be
The high school diploma program is being offered in conjunctionwith established as Naval Air Rework
the Jacksonville Department of Education and will be given Facilities on that date,according
free of charge except for a two dollar registration fee, which will to announcement by the Sec-
serve to help defray the cost of the program. retary of the Navy.
Coordinating the program: are The present O&R Officer,Captain -
Ens. Gloria D. Amatrudi, NAS NAS O&, R Cited Tom Washington, will con-
Educational Services Off leer,and tinue to head the facility, assuming -
John E. Sarre, Director Adult duty ,as its Commanding
Vocational and Technical Educa By Defense Dept Officer. A brief ceremony within f
tion of Jacksonville.The the O&R Department, estab-
program consists of two Overhaul and Repair Depart- lishing the facility, will be heldat
pans. The first concerns the ment personnel contributing to 2:30 p.m., Friday, March 31. CUTTING THE RIBBON FOR THE GRAND OPENING of the Family
presentation of live lecturesin the Navy's value engineering Rear Admiral H. Howard Cald- Services Center are Captain Martin J. Stack, USN', CO of NAS JAX. I'
American History and Gov- savings accomplishments In Fis- well, Commander Fleet Air, and Lt. Elizabeth Smith USN, Family Services Officer while
ernment by teachers from the cal year 1966' have been cited, Jacksonville the senior naval Mrs. Joan Chrlstansen, Cdr. Stanley R. Morelewski, t USN:', and .
Jacksonville School system. by the Assistant Secretary of officer present In the area,along Lcdr. Robert J. FItzsimmons, USN, look on. YNl Doris KostensIs
These lectures are to beginon Defense ( Installations and Lo with his Chief of Staff, CaptainP.K. [ also assigned to the, Family Services Center but was on leave
April 11, each lecture will gistics.) Blesh, and Captain MJ. whin the photo was taken.
,last for three hours. In recognizing these people, StackNAS Commanding Officer,
The second portion of the the Honorable Paul R. Ignatiushas will be present for the ceremony.
program will be used to teach pointed out that the Navy's There will be no interruption of FSC Has New HomeRibbon
students how to ,take examinations goal was S132 million but that O&R production for the brief -I
how to .study properly, an overall savings for VE effortIn ceremony,
how to take correspondence; cour.sesV the Navy amounted to $149 Although. the facility will become cutting, ceremonies were held Friday, March" 17', for the 1 t
and,to help develop faiotivatlon. hUlllqri.;,(VE, Is pan or the cost ,a :seperate command ate new Grand :;'p nlng'of the_new. ,Iocalon of the, Family.SeryJce$
,,. *, ;reduction. program .for.,whidil:! t NM... th e..P9i. Jgr;;, fII'qn Ji1ifQ.r.: ...t j.9Pe were' 9P.taJtarti! 'J'. '.t CkL., .. .
Upon completion of the American the' 0..&' R< Department' '1W''Fy'I966 hf1g 1i i lt1' 'fUlMzati fi.iI; '"t.'"coAs; : ,JAR, .;u: m ,, Farnjly"Scrckes! Offt r; .... "(:
History, :and 'Government reported 2i3: million latlonships" ,and its present Cdr. Stanley R.,lMoreiewski l ,; LAS"Admin OfficerLcdrfr,; ..;.
course, or'if-a student can prove dollars irt audit approved savings internal management structureand err J. Fitzsimmons, MPO USA, MPO, and Mrs, Jo ncOirftI2nsen. J
that he has previously completedthis I ) personnel staffing scheduleswill Assistant Lt. Smith. r .. "
courses, he may ,then take Further Mr. Ignatius stated, not be affected.Establishment The Family Services Center, The local Center, along with '
the General Education Development "It Is recognized that such a program of the O&R's as U. S Naval Air Station, Jack- 45 others located at major shore
Exam to obtain a Florida is the result of a coor- Rework Facilities Is an. adJust- sonville, Florida established Installations, was the direct result I
High School Equivalency diploma. dinated team effort on the pan of ment within Navy operating pro- in September 1966 accordance of a recommendation of the
This examination will be givenat many people in the cedure, rather than a basic with direction provided by OP- Secretary of the Navy Task Forceon
the NAS Educational Services of the Navy. Such performance change in operation. The adJust- NAVINST 1740.1 Navy/Marine Corps Per
Office, at no cost, and the only deserves recognition for a job ment should, however, support recom
requitement being that the Individual 'well done' and reflects considerable the Department of Defense effortto .
be at least twenty years credit upon> the personnel put into effect its Resources .NAS JAX To Host to assist new arrivals at a .:t:-
of age. involved and the Department." Management Program and effect tion or persons with special problems -, 1
Along with the History and Captain Tom Washington, Jr., economies in overall, DOD oper- ManagementSeminar in obtaining the personal
Government course, the program Overhaul and Repair Officer,has ations. services they required.The .
will provide a general high school defined valueengineering as more specific terms, the
TeiM To Visit
review In correctness and efficiency being an organized effort for an- lipers Family Services Center a central -
of expression,Interpretation alyzing the function of specific Seeks C. hl.s The Jacksonville Naval Air location which a sen"tcefamily
of reading materials in defense hardware items and HAS Station will host a week long can contact either for
social sciences interpretationof determining how to achieve these Resource Management Seminar actual assistance or, referral to
reading materials in natural functions at the lowest cost.Thus, A BuPers team will visit at the Roosevelt Hotel beginning the proper office or agency which:
sciences, interpretation of literary the methods and processes of NAS JAX on March 27 to March 27. The Comptroller can alleviated most problems associated -
materials, and general weapons rework at the depot deliver a presentation and to Department will coordinate the with service life. This
mathematical ability. All these maintenance level are subjectedto emphasize opportunities available meeting which Is sponsored by assistance or referral to the
areas of review are directed revaluation and, as a result, for enlisted personnel to the Office of the Comptrollerof office or agency which cn
toward the GED Examination.The any unessential 0 & R proces- attend the 'U. S. Naval Aca- the Navy, Washington, D C. alleviated proper most problems associated -
high school review ses- sing is eliminated. demy after preparation at the Some 290 Navy and Marine with service life. The
sions will begin on Thursday, Overhaul and Repair manage- U. S. Preparatory School Bain- Corps representatives from assistance or referral service
April .13, and will last for ment is proud of the workers' bridge, Md. (See Jax Air News, bases throughout the South normally deals with dif-
three hours. Both the high school contribution and for this OSD March 16 issue for details on eastern United States, Central many
ferent items but be tailoredto
review and the History and recognition of the local fifnjr.:( Prep School.) and South America,' and the Individual needs can >,*,
Government course will run for Continued emphasis nd athusi- Presentations will be held at Caribbean ,area are expected to
eighteen weeks. 'asm in the value engineeringpart the NAS JAX Theatre, Building attend. Examples of special serviceswhich
Other educational programs of the Cost Reduction Pro- 612 at the following time: The seminar Is being heldto the local center has provided
currently offered at NAS Jacksonville gram is anticipated as it saves 8:30 a.m. Presentations for acquaint those attending witha are as follows: '.
include fully accredited money and in a sense creates counselors officer Interview accounting procedure being a. Arranging child care .
college level courses, throughthe more resources for use In boards, Admlnstratlve/- introduced throughout the Department through the Family Consultation
facilities of Jacksonville providing fleet support. sonnel officers from each of Defense known as Service for a service widow hospitalized
University. A course in college squadron and unit, and officers the Resource Management Sys- for expensive surer ;,. '
level Conversational Spanish is Navy Bait leads !I. in charge of schools. tem. This new procedure will affect b. Transportation various
also being conducted on a non- St S 10 a.m. Presentation for the entire management pro- welfare agencies in downtown'
credit basis, free of charge. AifBstiae PageiRt enlisted personnel who have cess in the Navy, including Jacksonville for wives and children
United States Armed Forces On Sunday, March 19, the Navy qualified for the U. S. Preparatory programming, budgeting, man- of deployed personnel.
led the procession of craft in School. (These per- agement investment items c. Tracing a household goods
Institute (USAFI) courses are St. Augustine's Fifth An sonnel should have been and operations, accounting reporting claim through Air Force chan -
also offered for those whodesire
nual Blessing of the Fishing screened prior to this dateas and auditing. The focus nels and ensuring expeditions
correspondence courses on the Fleet. Captain Martin J. Stack, to their qualifications.) will be on expenses; that is, on settlement.Lt. .
college level. These coursesare CO of NAS SAX, was aboard Personnel from the regular the resources consumed by organization Smith stated that "Family
available to military personnel the Navy Boat.Traditionally. Navy as well as Naval Reserve in carrying out their Services acts primarily as a "
of all the services and may the affair Is led may apply for the appointmentsto missions. referral type of agency. We take
be applied toward a number of by a Coast Guard or Navy ves- the U. S. Naval Academy. This accrual expense accounting the time to call other agenciesto
transferable and
degrees fully sel: then followed in order by represents a major provide particular assistancefor :
and acceptable universities by the most colleges the shrimp boats, crafts of over of the Cathedral of St.Augustine. change from present appropriation each individual case which
United States. throughout 32 feet and private boats. Following the blessing, the accounting procedures used comes our way. We also do
The craft proceeded north toward craft proceeded In a southernly throughout the Department of Defense provide more active assistance:
For further Information con- the Bridge of Lions, madea direction and formed a parade of and is expected to resultin in welcoming aboard new familiesby
cerning any of the above mentioned wide turn to port, then southto boats through the Bridge of Lions considerable savings, since providing hospitality kits and
programs, contact the Educa"- pass directly in front of the to the ship channel, from which managerial personnel will be other vital Information concerning -
,. tional Services Office, Building yacht pier. The blessing was they dispersed for their respec- more aware of the total costs I NAS SAX and the city of
:.2 955 Ext. 618. performed by Monsignor Burns tive destinations and home ports. of their operations. Jacksonville.iT.Q1f1. ."

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'J ,G* "hge-1J" '0 ..". JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 23.. 1967
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NEWS IN BRIEF "

D I,Y.i,i n Services I Easter ServicesSAINT


Hunters Return Home From EuropeMarch ROMAN CATHOLICSt. EDWARD'S CHAPEL ,

CATHOLIC HOLY WEEK"'SCHEDULE. .
marked the return of the last of three Weather Reconn- Edward's Chapel
aissance Squadron FOUR flight crews from operations in Rota, Holy Thursday March 23
Spain. A total of 90 "Hurricane Hunters" from VW-4 made the ,
three week deployment in support of Fleet Weather Central, Rota. SUNDAY MASS- -0900&1100 7:30 "'*
Approximately 400 flight hours were spent guiding the giant DAILY MASS------- 1145 Mass and Procession p. m. ., "
WC-121Ns across eastern Atlantic and Medlteranean waters. Crew SATURDAY MASS. -1045
training in weather-gathering tactics was heavily stressed in pre- ConfessionsSaturday Good Friday March 24 (Day of Fast and Abstinence)
paration for the rapidly approaching 1967 hurricane season. 1700 1730 & 19001930U.S
Lcdr. R. P. Anderson, a VW-4 Plane Commander, acted as hostto Liturgy of the Passion and Holy Communion 3 p'.m.
Captain M.A. Eaton, head of FWC Rota,,Captain J.S. Elkins, Jr.,
Commanding Officer of N.S. Rotaand Spanish dignitaries on a tour Holy Saturday March 25 ...,*
of the specially configured "Super Connie". Naval/ Hospital ,

: '>1.... ---- Easter Vigil Liturgy 7 p'.,!,. ,..
trJ}( 0' SUNDAY MASS 0800 .. 4 ,
< FIRST FRIDAY MASS -1205 i Easter Vigil Mass 8 p.m. i;-,

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DIVINE/ / SERVICES Easter Sunday Masses: 9 a.m.. and 77 a.m. .
PROTESTANTAll

Saints; Chapel '.. .' !
ALL SAINTS' PROTESTANT CHAPEL "

SUNDAY'S PROTESTANT HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE, '
0800 -----Holy Communion
0930 & 1100- --Divine Worship '
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Maundy Thursday March 23 _
SUNDAY SCHOOL ::-

------Chapel. Annex Maundy Thursday Service 7:30 p.m. "* "
Building 722
Good Friday March 24 ,,"', .-

ENTERING WC-121N ,ON TOUR ARE (from left to right) Capt. WEDNESDAY'S 1900Choir Rehearsal
Navio Don Francisco J. de Elizalde, CWO R. Griffin, Capt.J. Seven Last Words of Christ Noon' ',
S. Elkins, CO NS ROTALcdr. D. H. Edgren, Capt. M. A. Eaton, THURSDAY '. -,,
CO FWC ROT SAR Don Alfonso de Orleans y Borbon, LtjgH. 2000 Christian Science Service Easter Sunday March 26
W. Baumgardner Lcdr.R.P. AndersonVW-4, Plane Commander, SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
Comralmirante Excmo Sr. Don Manuel Gonzales,Spanish CONS ROTA, 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo Easter Sunrise Service 6:10 a.m.
(Small Chapel)

Seaman Examination To Be GivenPay U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL Easter Sunday/ Service 9:30 am. and 77 am.

Sunday's .. 100C L
Grade E-3 examinations will be administered on Friday,
.
April 7 in the Educational Testing Room Building 955. Personnelare CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT
reminded that all requirements must be completed and participation t- IfIii
requests submitted to the Educational Services Officenot
later than April 1. Personnel who have previously participatedand Today-
failed the examination and those who have tailed,to show upforthe Choir Practice at 7 p. m.
examination are required to resubmit participation requests. Sunday- II
For further Information concerning changes or conflicts contact Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.
the Educational Services Office Ext. 618., Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.

,. .t. Conunun1onpq tlf. 4, ,undaC) f.' ., .
Prices'Prices of the month., "
i, Navy Exchange Drops Certain CATHOLICDaily WHAT, WHERE AND 'WHEN

" in the Navy Exchanges continue their downward trend In -
certain areas. The most recent reductions (as of January, 1967)) 11:20 m. Mass .
a.
involved men's socks, men's walking shorts, men's jackets and Sunday- Sunday, March 26
shirts and underwear. As of March
raincoats, sports slacks
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-
26, prices will be reduced on hair products, such as brushes, "EASTER
fessions heard before each Mass. SUNRISE SERVICE" Atop Castillo de San Marcos,
combs, and hair dressings non-electric toothbrushes and men'slong
sleeve dress shirts. On April 26, prices will be lowered on sponsored, by the Ministerial Alliance, St. Augustine; Fla.

4r; jackets, shorts and peddlepushers': women's undergarmentshosierv.
,;; and sports wear*Men's military footwear, Infants' footwear athletict" Sunday, March 26
footwear, and shoe polishes and accessories, will be marked down''' Traffic
i in May, 1967, The'price of cigars will also be lowered at this time. (fli. S. ARMY BAND CONCERT", at 7 p.m., St. Augustine Am-

Violations phitheatre sponsored by 400th Anniversary. 'Inc. ,
ry No Shorts Allowed" Time BeginsIts .

. Tuesday March 28
The following Is a of ,
about time again for those signs to go up outside commissariesand report
exchanges "No shorts allowed. The same warning holds motor vehicle accidents and traffic
true for the movie theatre, library and other facilities on a base. violations for the period "CIVIC MUSIC" American Ballet Theatre;. Jacksonville- Audi;
The restriction differs with the station. Some don't permit March 14 March 20, 1967. o torium. ?: ,;,
slacks. What they will do with mini-skirts, we don't know. Our Number Of Accidents 0
advice is don't wearthemunless you are ready for an embarrassing This'Week -------4 FridaySunday, March 31-I April 2., r '
episode.Some. Total Accident this year through ,.
women may question reasoning for the signs. Don't.If March 20, 1967 - -56 ,'BOATA RAMA" Jacksonville Coliseum
everyone dressed as conservatively as they do, there wouldn'tbe Number of Accidents through
March 1966 - -74
The officer
any problem. commanding only wants to protect
dependents from impudent remarks And he doesn't want his. Total number of days since Tuesday, April 4
men distracted. last injury in a motor vehicle
When shopping on the base, wear skins or cotton dresses ofL accident -, - 13 "ROGER 0 WILLiAMS: At the Auditorium./ Tickets prices; $3.00,
modest length. And leave your curlers at home. You'll get more Number of ViolationsThis $4.00, $5.00. Time 8:30'p.. m. For reservations/ :phone 354-
cheerful: service. Week - - -84 2047Chaplains 0
t' Speeding - - -10
(. Reckless Driving -' -7
{ WANT ADS WILL SELL FOR YOU Going through Stop Signs -1 Message
Other Violations
, - -66
Thirty Seven drivers appeared -

before the Traffic Hearing By Cdr. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHC, USN
jr A xA I J* N E ws Board at the meeting heldon
March 21. Disposition of the As the nippyness of'winter gives way to the balminess of Spring,
cases included the following: some people's thoughts then turn to things other than love. :Fpr
Five lost driving and parking privileges those who look about them, the observation is almost inescapable
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News. aboard station for that those things of the earth which lay dormant over the winter
''" paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air various periods; Four were season bud into new and fresh life with all the beauties of the buds
Station, Jacksonville, Florida, By the Holt Publishing assigned to Driver Improvement and flowers of spring time.
All submitted for in Courses Three received suspensions It is not a difficult transition
Company, a private firm Copy use to associate this annual phenomenon
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public ; Thirteen were given of nature with the historical recollection of the plan of the Super -
'r warnings Seven
; dismissed nature which
Six '
; passes from Good
Affairs Office; Box 2 HAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon fined Friday and death to Easter Sunday
( U. S. Commisioner); and and Resurrection.! If the earth is renewed each time,; and with Itthe
before publication. News items welcomed Eight referred to
, on Monday Commanding promise li-tiiatiPeopIet00' shall Pass from death'to life It should
from all sources- Telephone/ EV 9-7777, Ext. 8162. Officers for possible disciplinaryaction. be a ? hope to realize that what is buried will bud forth
and The Thirty Seven driv- again the full
Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher bloom of a fresher life
queries concerning such should be directed to: ers were assessed a total of Until in God's time, this fact comes to pass would we not
,: The Holt Publishing Company 7950 Blanding ,Blvd. Fourty Eight points. have us tried a better vision an? a better life If. with God's help each of
Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone' 387.4451VOL. dull daily to routine bring, about> this own resurrection from the sometimes
Of
existing from one day to the other, to the renewed -
. and refreshing effort of raising ourselves to a'higher
24 NO. 50 MARCH 23, 1967 ,f lii 2 ; : life above.which can bring US closer to Almighty God In the heavens

BondS'"" ,,1,1,
May we all receive the choicest blessings of Almighty God fora .
Blessed Easter Season for ourselves and for those we love. .
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From The Legal' Desk USAFI' Silver Anniversary i fl

Education often can be com- from the extension divisions of In addition, thou ands of service II
Must You Purchase pared 'to the weather. That Is, participating colleges and uni- personnel have earned high -ill
"everyone talks about, it, but versities available to Army shool diplomas and college
Fla. Vehicle Licenses.? no one does anything about it." personnel. credits through the USAFI General
There is, however,one organizatidn Since then,USAFlhasbecomeaworld Educational De\elopment
that has done a great deal wide, all service,comprehensive (GED) tests.Continuing. .
Florida motor vehicle tag sales for 1967 commence on 1 April of servicemen's education.The .
of
I 1967 and many Jacksonville Navy personnel will be uncertain Unied educational effort. application research -
States Armed For-
Located in Madison, Wise., and innovation in the US
whether they must register their vehicles ( and obtain driver'slicense
Institute,
I ) in Florida or in arother state. This article will answer ferred ces to USAFI more commonly has enrolled USAFI's catalogs now list more AFI program, such as the General f
I. some of the more frequently raised questions.Q. as than 6,000 available courses Examinations of the College
than six million students
more Level Examination ,
from 47 Program
I own a house in Jacksonville during its 25 of educational participating collegesand I
other years universities. USAFI itself seek to improve the learning
and have filed for 1967 on some basis enrollingyour service to the Armed
homestead: exemption on the children in public schools Forces. has developed 222 courses. process of service personnel. .

property. Do I have to obtain would not in itself make you a Beginning as the Army Institute -
Florida tags and Florida driv- Florida resident. The letter of i
1942
on April 1, there SPECIAL FRI.t.SAT.
the law would
er's license? seem to requireall
A. Yes. Homestead exemp- military families to this were ses in 64 technical correspondence and ,academic cour- .. =t.:::": :::: : ::::::::::::::::::: :::: ::::;;: :'::; ;:;:: :;:: : !:t

tion is in itself a formal declaration situation to register their cars I
subjects and a few hundred university j.. EASTER JLK.UESI
of permanent residence here, but by Attorney General' and high school coursesbe ..
in Florida and if you opinion this is not deemed :'

are a bona fide resident of this to apply to non resident mili- from the same state. Thus, ,,,..YJ!............FROM...oO;. '. $3.50 ::..
families
state you must obtain motor tary stationed in you may register your car in .X6..l""r&.t::: '1
vehicle tags and driver's license Florda.Q. your home state and use Florida
here also. You may know peo- My car Is registered in Driver's License WHILE you WESCONNETTFLORIST
ple who did not do this and "got another state, but I want to are stationed in Florida. Obviously >, .
away with it." but if the discrepancy obtain a Florida driver's license. you may not renew your !
is discovered you could Can I do this? Florida license after reportingto ; -
be given the ultimatum of buy- A, Yes. Florida does not a duty station outside Florida .
ing Florida tags or losing your automatically require that the unless you are a permanent res- 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. PHONE 7713770Thrit ,.
homestead exemption. This rule driver's license and registration ident of Florida.

obviously would not apply to a ...
serviceman who owns property
not subject to homestead, suchas
unimproved property or rental '


Q.property.here I don'townhomesteadproperty but I am a registeredvoter -. : be stood up on stand-by ": : :-,'> i (

in Florida. Do 1 have o buy ". ., ', '
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tags I''
A. Yes for the same reasonas
above.Q. ,''. a> a3!!' I Ica V". f

I I don't own and I a consider house here Going home, you'll want to fly on military ":' ,'-.I' 't. j; : "
here
or vote my
permanent home to be another stand-by. You save half the regular fare, ? ., i "
state. Must I buy Florida tags? and that's worth saving. it 't I .i""

A. No. You may obtain So come United Air Lines first. You'll Ii .. (f :' x
registration and a'driver's license ,.,' ;I .it' ..J.JI". :
find us at airports serving 111 U.S. cities. ,4 1" tro.
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in your home state in ., '' r .
whichever 'you prefer. From most of them we have more flights .1
Florida ., .
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Q. I have heard that you have to more cities than, any other airline. J/," ':' \:- ':'

to da's buy driver's Florida license tags and if get you flori-are ', And United has the largest commercial ;'. .', '",," ,.' r r ', ,' .;.. 1. ,.<."..'.'L'.,.''.. q ;y..l f"> j I

employed In Florida. I hold a ""....d i i," "''t'' jet fleet in the air, so there are more seatsavailable . ,. . r :,l.:
"moonlighting job. Do I have to less chance of having to waitaround .. .tt.;.': ;" ". I'\ '.' ''
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buy' Florida? tags and driver'slicense .. -.I';._..10........-......, ; on stand-by. ma \
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r'A.: No: Non='f !fdent active "Men' and-.women'4ih..Unit'. . ; ) .. ( :
duty servicemen do not become .'.\, r 'w..% shy t :. t. form, with authorized ::1a ," a Q\ i.
domiciled in Floriday by virtueof ,
holding a part time civilian furlough papers, fly stand-by '. 'r ,k : .. '
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job. It is' assumed in the above regular Coach fare. (This fare :j.; : : ;;

situation that the vehicle is used within 7 days after ) J7" .>
only in driving to and from the : :
sit wherever the seats are 8377."I.q the' :
work. If you use your' car as a .
BUSINESS vehicle, for example, Class when the other seats skies: ;" ..
friendly
travelling on sales job, or in Here's hoping we see you ',7
delivery work,then the exemption
home they miss f "
would not apply.Q. you. & !.,.,
My wife holds a full time For information and tickets, visit r United.Marc ; i
and drives the family car J'
job .
to work every day. Do I have to ,:' JAMTO office located at Bldg. 13 "h-lt+ J
have Florida tags and driver's Tele. No. EV 7-2811 or Base Ext. :'.' '>. i
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license? ,. ,.
A. No. If"title to the vehicle .oJ't..
is in the serviceman's "

name, thewife's Florida employ- .} ''-:. .
ment would not necessiatate the : ; !
purchase of Florida tags, nor a ". '.' 1 f '' I j I Ii
would wife have to II
or
you your L$ I
obtain a Florida driver's license. > '7 i <(1, y'.,

Here again, it is ,assumed that .. "
the car is not used as business "

vehicle. ..y !
Q. I have read in the Florida
Drivers Handbook that Florida
license and tags must be pur- 1aL
chased when children are en- ,
rolled in Florida PifclicSchools. ,
Does this apply to me? W t
A. Assuming you have not .j.jI
established Florida residency I

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I *. Women's Club*NewsThe NATTBC'hind SceneBy I

, -- TheE
regular' meeting of the ing. March 15th.
J. O. W. C. Board was held on An. Educational program was
Monday. March 20th In the Walnut presented on Club Points Sys-
Room of the "0" Club, Mrs.D. rem by Mrs. Joanne Shepardand parting for the Aviation Eletrlcian.s
W, Kellerman, president of Parliamentary Proceduresby A group of sixth grade stu Mate Hangar. -
the clUb presiding. Guests Introduced from Saint Paul Catholic
Club Parliamentarian, Mrs. dents
Kellerman visit to the Naval The final stop for the grammar
by Mrs.. Cindy Barnes. School paid a
include Mrs. Louise Clark.Mrs, Guests Introduced included: Air Technical Training Centeron school students was the AE Han-
Mary Veltman, Mrs. G. T. Bal- Mrs. Pat Boatright,Mrs.J. Mox- March 14, 1967. The twenty- gar. AEC McMullen explainedthe
lou, Mrs. Heraldine Ivey, Mrs. ley and Mrs.B. Minton. two students were under the power of the jet blastVhlle
Sylvia Carter, and Mrs. Kay supervision of Miss Mary Molten, a class of AirFam Students demonstrated -

Rousch. Mrs. R. J. Linder New members welcomed were their teacher. for the children.
man announced that the next Greeted at the gate by Lt. GYSGT Seeker explained to the
Magnolia Ball workshop will be Mrs. Jerry Burghout, Mrs. Jim Johnson Educational Servicesand students the different types of
held on Friday, March 30th. Sarver and Mrs. Jim Kendall. Public Affairs Officer training aids used in the hangar.
An Easter Egg Hunt, for mem and Mr. Ray O'Connell, Assis- After that, the children had the
' ',' ........ ber's children will be held on tant Public Affairs Officer, the chance to view the inside of the
March 19 at 2 P.M. atthe Skeet group first traveled to the Avia- helicopters before their de

Mrs. Speed Shea announcedan Club; arrangements are being RAdm William S. Guest Is the tion Ordnanceman Schools. AOC parture.
Open House will be held on made by Mrs.John McCall. Newly/ appointed Chief of Naval Cantrell briefly told the group ********

Easter Monday three o'clockat Reserve Unit. about the Aviation Ordnance Congratulations are extendedto
the NATTC Children's Lib- The next regular business Training man Schools, then the students i the members of Aviation Elec-
rary. Mrs. P.K. Blesh announced meeting will be held on Wed- watched the film, "United States trician's Mate (A) School Class
that the next Social event Is a nesday, April 5, 1967 at 7:30 Change ForNARTU Arriving." 705 and Aviation OrdnancemanA
luncheon: on April 5, John E. p.m. at the Club house,_Bldg. The Aviation Ordnanceman (A) ( ) School Class 645 for being
:.-ntora, Jr., wilt} be the guest 716, Enterprise Ave., NAS, School Hangar Was the Next stop named "Honor Class"from their
shaker.' Reservations may be Jacksonville, Fla. for the children. Navyand Marine respective schools. This Is the

made with Mrs. Ray Hooper andMrs. ******** Corps students demonstrated the second week for both classesto
{ George Hardy. proper handling and loading of be named "Honor Class".
Guest
S.
Rear Admiral William AOC Lance ohn G.
munitions and bombs while CorporalJ Dreyer
******** An ensign in the Medical Ser- assumed command as Chief of Cantrell explained their actions of Aviation Electrician's MateA
vice Corps at the Naval Hospital Naval Air Reserve Training to the children. ( ) School, Class 640 has been
The Jacksonville Navy Wives has been picked as one of the March 21 during an impressive MSGT Barfield greeted the named "Honorman of the Week".
Club 86 held their'Social outstanding young women of military ceremony at the Naval group in Galley #3 with donuts, Lance Cpl. Dreyer'completed the
Educational Meeting in their America, and will appear in the Air Station, Glenvlew, m., Ad- cookies, and punch. Then, aftera 22 week school with a final aver
Club House, aboard the Naval 1966 annual edition miral Guest relieved Captain refreshment period, the age of 94.8670.
2p.m.
Air Station. on Wednesday even- Ensign Patricia Rae Evans is Louis. affair.J. Muery, Jr. at the children toured the cooking faci- "Honorman of the Week"from
a graduate of Indiana Univer- lities of the galley before de- Aviation Ordnanceman(A)SchoolIs
As chief of Naval Air Reserve
sity with a degree In physical Lance Corporal William .R.
therapy. She joined the Navy a Training, Admiral Guest administered Unit Citation and the Navy Unit Batson of Class 6448.Lance Cpl.
year ago, and graduated with one of the largest Commendation. Batson held a final average of
Buy distinction from the NavalWomen's operating military commands United Admiral Guest is married to 88.06< at the end of the 18 week
within the Continental
Officer School In Newpont -
the former Tina Innes of San school.
States. With 18 Naval Air
At that time she receivedthe Calif. Theyhavetwo, ********
Diego,
Activities the ,
across country
Leadership Award presentedby Robert and Douglas.Better HAVE YOU LOST THAT
Bonds the Aquldneck Business and the command is responsiblefor
YOUNG BLOOD FEELING????
the training and administration -
Professional Women.
AEC Thomas A. and
Yarbrough
Naval
of more than 29,000 Rate
Air Reservists. MSGT Arnold Dunnells of Avia-
Admiral Guest comes to his tion Electrician's Mate(A)Schoolset
.::f::..:;:;:;:;:;:J.6:::::J.L:::.:::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: :::::: :::: :::::: :: : :::::::: :f: new assignment from Naples, For AirlineMilitary out to prove that they hadn't
this
Italy, where he was Deputy over past weekend. '
I IMPORTED PARTS I Commander, Naval Striking and Serving as Boy Scout' Leader
Forces Southern will'be able and Advisor for Boy Scout Troop
..... ... Support Europe.; personnel
418 of Orange' Park, :themen
For four months' during 1965 to eser>:e .eats'pn .United AirLines
L ''
hiked
with -the boys' front Fe'r-
he served"in an additional i capacity { flights at two thirds regular -
?;: ,"' ...... as commander of Sixth Fleet jet coach fare beginning nandina Beach to Saint Augustine,
i' mr ::- Task Force 65 and directedthe April 23, 1967, if the Civil Florida. Most of the boys are
search for and recovery ofa Aeronautics Board approves an dependents of Navy, Marine
<< ,
V ..... hydrogen bomb which had fallen application filed by the airline Corps and Civil Service
Into the Mediterranean Sea The new fare applies to personnel. _
1 COMPLETE STO CK IMPORTED ti::; as the result of a collision of servicemen and women travelingat The men and boys followed the
two aircraft near Palomares, their own expense on leaveor "famous Buccaneer Trail,startingat
i; PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES ; Spain. furlough. It will be honoredon Fort Clinch onThursdaymorning -
: For this internationally all United flights within the and ending up at St. Augustine -
r.::;: FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS evening at
Fla. Saturday
clained feat, Admiral Guest recently Continental United States.
& :::::
$1: OF CARS TRUCKS
:: received the Distinguished The fare will be in effect at all 5:30 p.m. Various stops along the
::: Call I For Service/ :: Service Medal. times except peak travel periods way Included, Little Talbot State
| The Admiral's decorations Include during holidays, from noon to Park, Ponte Vedra and Vllano
38SV I 388 9331, I ; the Navy Cross, Combat midnight on Fridays, and from before their final arrival 'in St.
v, Legion of Merit, Combat Bronze noon on Sundays to noon on Mon Augustine, Fla.
::::: 505 McDUFF AVE. S, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32205 "j:$:: Star, Air Medal, Navy Com- days. Mr.S. Tassopoulos Safety Tech-Engineer -
..... : The only military discount now of the Naval Air
E::: r r...;:;r.Prf::::YAY.x.x: $:;>*:>'X'M: : >X'Kv.v.;*.v.v.v.v.v.-X'X:::W* :X-M'>X X'lX'Iv.VAv.VAVw:>>XXK'>::
travel at half fare. United's the Orange Park Chapter
---- suggested positive space fare Orderof DeMolays, last Friday

would cost approximately 16.7 evening March 17th.
?./>' t-i.: per cent more than half fare. Mr. Tassopoulos spoke on various -
i The stand by fare will remain -' subjects of safety that would
I 1-HOUR CLEANERS in effect, so If United's help the membership In their
suggestion is approved, military every day life.Reenlistments.
********
personnel will have a choice of
Y, 5103 SAN JUAN AVE. 1 Block tf Caw* traveling space available or paying are beginningto
become and
a slightly higher fare and more more pop-
making reservations. ular thesedays........AO1 Charles
Personnel traveling on the E. Little, Instructor in Phase 11
GRANDOPENINGa reserved space discount will be of Aviation Ordnanceman)
accomodated in coach sections. School, reenlisted for a periodof
six years while his division
officer, Lt. Purtee looked on.
AEC Thomas A. Yarbrough
reenlisted for period of four
years on March 16th,while AVCM
Van Sant, acting as Division Officer -
.; looked on. Chief Yarbroughis
attached to the Testing Office
r wY AE (A) School.


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Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ], I





r -.. 1rrr TfTffTfflVI: : ;I 'f Bulletins Open For Application .


Currently open for receipt of GS-11. Area of competition pute Systems Operator, GS-9. '
'r t 9 applications are the Merit Pro- Nationwide. Applications will be Area of competition Atlanta I
motion Bulletins listed below. accepted through the close of Region. Applications will be M 1
The area of competition clos- business April 20, 1967., accepted through the close of
ing date for receipt of appli- MPB No. 50-67 Digital Com- business April 4, 1007. i
; Ifp cations for each Is shown. ..
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MPB No. 43-67 Production ServiceWorkers'Guidelines
Summer Civil
Controller (Aircraft), GS-7.
,.3 F z Area of competition NASJAX,

Fla., COMFAIRJAX, Jax., Fla.
Applications will be accepted SetThe
& through the close of business .
March 231967.
MPB No. 44-67 Supervisory Civil Service Commission and Navy Department have issued
: Aircraft Quality Control Specialist regulations, requirements and procedures to be followed In effecting
'\..i. t GS-12. Area of compe- appointments for summer employment. The plan covers Temporary -
', :., tition NAS, JAX ,Fla., COM Appointments not to exceed 700 hours made between May 14,
FAIRJAX Jax., Fla. 1967 and September 2. 1967. ".
tions will be accepted trough Most appointments i to positionsin be given! to other Interested and
EIGHT OF THESE MEN were recipients of Navy Length of Service the close of business March 27, grades GS-1 through GS-4 will eligible applicants.
awards March 10. From left to right, J. P. Todd, D. Mcintyre, 1967. be made from the registers established The restrictions on the em-
L. G. McDonald, W. B. Howard, J. F. Porwoll, G. J. Batvinis, MPB No. 45-67 '- Accountant, as a result of the Office of and daughtersof
NAS C. 0. Capt. Martin J. Stack Capt. Thomas Washington, Jr. GS-5. Area of competition and Science Assistance ExamI- ployment Naval personnelwhethermill-sons
O & R Officer, R. L. Stevenson, Capt. J. A. Hiegel, and C. E. Le- NASJAX Fla., COMFAIRJAX, nation which was announced by the civilian, are somewhat
or
Paige. (Details below). Jax., Fla. Applications will be Civil Service Commission on tary different than in In
accepted through the close of December 23, 1966 and closed past years.
general, the son or daughter (
business March 29, 1967. for the of
receipt applicationson
Commended For MPB No. 46-67 9 1967. Students of Naval personnel may be appointed -
Eight Secretary January ,
If they are being appointed -
(Stenographer). GS-5. Area of who did not file in this exam- t
a result of eligibility f in
competition NAS Tax., Fla., ination cannot be considered for as
the Office and Science Asslsu.nt'Examination
Government ServiceThe COMFAIRJAX Jax., 'JAX Applications employment unless the Civil Ser- and then only if no
will accepted through the vice Commission is unable to furnish "'
other eligible with the same or;
of March lists of from the '
J close business 27,1967. eligibles
for
higher rating Is available
MPB No. 47-67 Accountant, Office and Science Assistant Examination ap-; '
Navy's Incentive Awards Program provides for recognitionof Gs-7. Area of competition-NAS register.For pointment.that There apply are if further a parent restrictions t
employees who have rendered long and faithful service to the JAX, Fla., Federal government. Federal service includes honorable military Fla.Applications will be accep- mer employment, GS-1 through make selections or
and civilian service in departments and agencies of the Federal tedthrough the close of business GS-4, not covered by the Office ment decisions, or Is appoint-a Commanding -
government and the municipal government of the District of Columbia.To April3,1967.MPB and Science Assistant Examina- Officer.
No. 48-67 Digital Com- tion, and GS-5 and above,
be eligible for a Department of the Navy Length of Service puter Systems Operator, GS-7. and Wage Board positions,certification It is pointed out that the son
award an employee must have had at least five years of civilian Area of competition-Nationwide. must be received from', or daughter of Naval personnel ,
service' and his most recent year of service must have been as Applications will be accepted the Civil Service 'Commission military or civilian, cannot be I
a civilian employee of the Navv. The below listed employees have through the close of business Office having authority to certify ,appointed unless they are cer-
completed service in excess of thirty-year's duration and were April 19,1967. to fill these types of posi- tified from a register established '
presented the Navy' anchor .- type lapel emblem by Commanding ,PB No, ,49-6.7 .-. )Super tions. If certification cannotbe as a result of the Office and
,Officer, Martin J. ,,Stack March 10:' .(All addresses are'Jocal.)' visory Electronics Technician, made, consideration can then Science Assistant Examination.

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Robert L. Stevenson Military Duty ( Navy) 4 years .
3212 Mayflower.Street NAS.Pensacola 2 years "
NAS Pearl Harbor 1 1/2 years .
((0 & R) NASJAX 22 1/2 years


George J. Batvinis Military Duty ( Navy) 24 3/4 years .
'
2266 Harvester NASJAX 5 1/4 years
((0 & R)
Johnny P. Todd Military Duty( Navy) 19 3/4 years !
4512 Blount Avenue NAS JAX 10 1/2 years t
( 0 & R) %
Walter B. Howard Jr. Military Duty ( Air Force) 6 3/4 years ". .... \
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3326 Lakeshore Blvd. War Dept. 3/4 years : '. .:
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(O&R) Air Corps, Wright Field 3/4 years _t / ',. !It'
NACA, Langley Field 2 1/2 years "
NAS PensacolaNAS 1/2 years
JAXM1l1tary 12 3/4 years

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Lawrence G. McDonald Duty ( Navy) 211/2 years """ : .
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2260 Walter Avenue NASJAX 81/2 years '. :;.'?' /L ,.....',,' ,.,'. 4. I
( Pifc. Wks) / .... ,. '
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Jerome F. Porwoll Military Duty ( Navy) 4 years ; 1
4245 Shelby Avenue Navy Yard, Philadelphia}: ". 1/2 year .: J ., ;
a A.t
( 0 & R) NAS JAX 25 1/2 years .':' ', ..,:,j:

Charles E. LePaige, Jr. Treasury DepartmentWPA 2 years .
2932 Iroquois Avenue 11/2 years : ': :/..,:..::::. .
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NAS Pensacola 1/2 years a > na f j ,rw
( 0 & R) NATTCJAX 7 years '. :' d:: ;( .,,. ,

NASJAXMilitary 19 years ."},.y/: .... .............
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Douglas Mcintyre Duty ( Navy) 20 1/2 years "

4916 Ortega Hills Drive Naval Hospital Jax 7 years ? : ;

( PiiD. Wks) NASJAX X21/2 yearsY.lsiT .: __ ,

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Bugged by bills? .. '::

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Charge down to Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard;1 spe'" '.

cializes in renting money to Navy personnel. For high
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... priority service, telephone for a personal (and top> '

.. 'LAlIDE..NO.LAN secret) appointment. You'll be surprised. how low your. .
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: USS Roosevelt Comes HomeThe : Devastated Viet Village

traffic
t
USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (CVA 42)) her first com- Model Hamlet
bat exposure behind her after 21 years as an active carrier, recently Becomes

returned to Mayport Florida. -

Returning with the shipwere squadrons and detachments of CarrierAir teaser L DA NANG, VIETNAM (NAVNEWS) ."In J just a few minutes
Wing ONE,whose pilots logged more than 7,000 combat. missions months of hard work went down the drain, but you
during the eight month deployment to the Pacific. WHATS WRONG HERE? You are driving cTn'besure the Vietnamese will rebuild this village and we'll be
Air Wing planes dropped more than 3,500 tons of bombs and the lead car You want to turn left at the there to help them do it" "
fired more than 26,000 rockets and missiles at the enemy over approaching intersection, 'so your led These were the words of Lieutenant ( junior grade) Gene Trim-
North Vietnam, striking at a variety of ground targets. traffic blinker is Should blinking you and go there ahead s no oncoming and turn pert of Pittsburgh, Pa.,the AssistantCivic Action Officer for the

ROOSEVELT sailors, who spent the ship's '21st anniversary when you RiCh the intersection? Naval Support Activity, DaNang spoken shortly after the recent
(October 27, '66)) on the front line, visited Rio de Janerio, Brazil; Viet Cong rocket attack on Truyen Tin Village on the outskirtsof

Subic Bay, ?.!. ; Yokosuka, Japan; and Hong Kong, B. C. C.; during V DaNang.
liberty periods. Five members of NSA's Vil- the village when six VC rockets

; As an Atlantic Fleet carrier assigned in support of the SEVENTH i lage Assistance Team Number 2 slammed Into the surrounding
Fleet, F. D. R. travelled a total of more than 94,000 miles duringits were sleeping Intheir.quartersin I houses. miraculously none were
killed or seriously injured.
t Navymen For VAT 2 was one of the first

Navy teams stationed in a village -
in the DaNang area. They
Olympic Teem had been'assisting'! the Vietnamesein
tour.RETIRING ,1 Truyen Tin for more than
NEW YORK N. Y .(NAV- ten months. In the villageat
? NEWS) Three U. S. Navy the time of the 'attack were:
bobsled teammates have been Chief Electrician's Mate D. L.
selected for the 1968 Olympic Chiles, Boatswain's Mate First
I Squad, it was announced recent- Class F. T. Rohlings, "Storekeeper -
...or Planning for the ly at Lake Placid, New York. First Class L. D. Guinto
Lieutenant Paul Lamey was Seaman F. L. Even and Sea-
selected as one of six drivers; R. Brown.
man
i I FUTURE? think of Petty Officer Second Class The rocket attack killed 32
Robert Huscher, as one of six Vietnamese villagers and wounded -
brakeman; Petty Officer Third 70 more. It was gen-
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Class Kenneth Morris, as a rider erally surmised that the rockets
: and PettyOfficerThird Class which hit the village were Intended -
HERE'S WHAFS WRONG:You've chicked Harry Peterson, as an alternate for the DaNang Air Base
ahead,but what about behind That secondcar
see or CallIItI- back Is putllai oat to pass. Has Its rider. and overshot their target.In .
driver see your signal Also, your car's During recent competition less than 20 minutes after
position should hIp signal your Intention. at Lake Placid the Navy team the attack fire fighting equIp-
With a lift toil coming gp, yon should hi won a Gold Medal(Driver Lameyand from Naval Support Acti-
: ; closer to the center-line.Finally,the driver ment
Brakeman Huscher the
won on the scene, but despite -
TWIN trailing JOI hasn't left mouth living room vity was
Re.altyWATERFRONT ahead of him (a car-length for every North American two man bob- the quick reaction of the
10 mpb). sled championship,) a Silver firemen approximately 65 per-
Medal (Driver Lamey and
cent of the village was destroyed. -
Brakeman Huscher took second It Is estimated that 1500
.Distributed la the lateral of
in the National Diamond
PROPERTY Tralflo Accident Prevention by place villagers lost their homes and
Broward Williams. Trophy two man bobsled rac- most of their personal belong-
Stat. Treasurer & Insurance
es), and a Bronze Medal (Driver
Eight riverfront lots.90 100 ft. fronting on St. Johns Commlaaioner1Y.Wrrrrrrrrr Lamey, Brakeman Huscher, ings.
'The first medical men on the
River average depth. of lots 250 ft., just across NE Riders Morris and Peters .toOk Hospital Corpsmen
side of Shands Bridge in St. Johns County.$75 flit ft third place in the Adirondack AAU scene First Class was Donald E. Bailey of

\ -Property'with cottage, 7 mites N. of Shands Bridge on four man race.) San Angelo, Texas. 'He recalled

Hwjr. 13 in St. Johns County,. approximately 100 X ': SSSS,...:..Yr.Y.Yr...... .....:.;:.:.__._....................w-.y......_ ....."'. .__X1l the'scene as'he arrived: '
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: 940 priced right. rs .:: "When I got there scores of
Yti people were already lined up
: RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY ADAMEC 'S waiting for treatment.. There

were many very badly injured
I 3 BR IVi bath 603 St. Johns Ave., price reduced. r people and I treated as manyas

-Two story frame, loads of, space, 312 E. Center St. ..ICLar I. I could. Then I put ,a load
e..y- of about ten into ambulancean
Large two story frame, 100x135 lot, convenient to my
I
took them to the' hospital
shopping 216 S. Palmetto.3 came back to the village, but by

BR aluminum siding home, 116 X 160 lot spacious .E.rtj. 4mtmmtMfMfMmmmmr & mm,,,,mm mmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm. mmmmmmmr mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm %..% then there were many medical
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priced reasonable Penney Farms personnel there from Navy Marine -
iJ6481 Roosevelt Jacksonville Fla. 32210 $
Boulevard
St. ;: "
-2 BR frame large yard, Ruby Corps units.

t .. -Two story frame with lot approximately 200 X 100 2Z1I' :=i .., At NAS, Telephone 384.;.169eO! ... ..... .....,......":rr' Bailey continued with his
I ;.t'' '.', Spring St. b:::::: :::::::::::.r::r.:::.-::::S S8S5S *;55?:;::;;i..-:.!:y:::%: ::-::&%"rt..w.:'::::::-:.:.:.:.i'.:.:.:.:%.:.:.:.:.:::.:.: story "After administeringmore

I' -Two story frame large .lot 509 W. Ferris St. first aid, Hospital,Corps-
Second Class MichaelKrou-
SuBset and Julia street 2 BR house 100x106 lot adjacent man
OPEN *P"lt) SUNDAY ill of Yukon Ohio, and returned
lot available, financing aranged for qualified
,i to the local USOM ( U.S. Over-
buyer, $7,000. "
seas Mission) hospital.
.-521 North St. and St. Johns Ave., 3 BR frame house "Mike and I did what we'couldto

with fenced yard, priced right. assist the doctors who were

:. -417 S. Pine St., 2 BR furnished house large' lot close swamped with lifesaving surgery
.... f. to hospital and, shopping. Priced right. It was during this time that we
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY were called onto perform orthopedic -
eleven -
ACREAGE surgery on an
.-:' W. (.*. them the VW 10 point Safety end Performance Inspect year old girl that I had treat-
t Ion. Then we toned op tightened, and replaced everything that ed for a minor ailment justa
-Approximately 7V6 acres In Mahamma Bluff area, un needed It. And guaranteed them 100%for the repair or replacement
developed. of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 mll... Come few days before. The doctor
on In and double check. told what do and Mike and
-From 5 to 30 acres, close to Blacic Crtvk Bridge on SR me to
ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE I did it. We have never done
209, terms arranged.Approximately ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM before
anything like that ,
',''' two acres with.3 BR CB, Hwy. 17 S. but apparantly it turned out
1'a -300 X 100 lot with 2 BR modern home, reasonably 66 VW SEDANS . . . .$1595 well. We may have saved her
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priced Hwy. 17 S. 65 VW SEDAN Air Conelltlonec$1495 leg."

Modern 3 BR, 2 bath Florida room, modern kitchen' 65 VW SEDANS . . . $1295 In talking about the entire attack -

CB. 225 X 250 lot off SR 209 beyond Magnolia Springs 63 VW SEDAN* SUNROOF . . .$950 Bailey for the had nothing of but the

: Apartments. Adjacent land available. 62 VW SEDANS . . ., . .. J850 praise Vietnamese villagers.bravery In his

t LOTSWe 62 KARMAN GH/A CPE. . . $995 words, "These people were

'. 64 VW 'STA. WAG. (BUS). . . .J495? refusing treatment so others

I. : have lots available in every section. 63 VW KOMB// . . . .$1050 could receive It and their
: bravery In the face of terrible
63 KARMAN GHIA/ CONVERTIBLE. "J7295mmmmmmmmmmymmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm pain was amazing."
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iiir __. "WE MAKE mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mr The day after the attack the
DOUBLEEFFORT 63 GI\-..'D PRIX Loaded '. .'$1595 Mayor of DaNang and military

f TO 61 HILLMAN/ 4 DR Aufo//rons.,. . .$495 officials met to decide what could

SERVE YOU" 58 HILLMAN/ 4DR. . . . .$295 be done for the homeless of

64 CHEVY NOVA 2DR,. . . .17095 It partially destroyed Truyen' Tin.
was decided to turn this disaster -
1 62 RAMBLER STA. WAG. . . .5495 into a model hamlet.
Although the VIetnames wouldbe
I L5. it called on to do most of the
I WESTSIDE I work for themselves, they would

I be assisted by local military
personnel Jike the men of VAT-2
sePh E. Neth Associate VOLKSWAGEN INC. who would continue to. live In the
284-3681 ,
village.
Telephone I Dy or Night
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781. 5511 The entire affair was
tragic
1 West St. & U. 8.;
Bay 17 S. Green Core Sprints
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun. 1-6 highlighted by many Individualacts
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Rules And Procedure-- How Much; How Long; Who; JC Wins ApprovalThe ; f



Under VA Education Benefits Jacksonville Florida has Junior been advised College by at

For Tuition Aid FundsPersonnel the Florida State Department $f '
On March 3, 1966, the Presid- or as a reservist, under the Education that programs of study 1
dent approved a law passed by Reserve Program, with four and courses being offered at the '

applying for Tuition Aid, are required to follow certain congress to provide educational months or more of active duty college are approved for the enrollment j{I
procedures, In order to receive Tuition Aid. assistance for veterans who for training required and of war veteran and I
All applicants will obtain a letter of acceptance from the college or served on active duty with the subsequent transfer to the Stand orphans. .
university team where courses are being taken. Armed Forces after Jan. 31,1955 by Reserve, are not eligible According to James H. Fling
A request must be submitted to COMSIX in sufficient time for This law, the Veterans' Read based on this service. Director of the Adult and Vet-
it to be received prior to the registration date of the course or justment' Benefits Act of 1966, Schools eran Education Session of the '
courses. Medical personnel will submit their letter of request can help you obtain education or You may pursue a courseat State Department of Education,
to BUMED, not less then four weeks prior to commencement of training to fit yourself for a a college, vocational J, busi- the courses and programs offered ,
the courses. chosen career or better em ness, high school, or cor- at the college may be
Upon registration at the college or university, present a copy of ployment opportunities in civilian respondence school. The course utlized for reimbursement purr:
your_ request, for tuititon aid. alone with yOur share of the tuition. life. If you qualify,payments must be approved. Under certain poses by veterans and war orphans
rou wm receive an orignial --------- may be made for periods on and circumstances a college course in accordance with Capt-

and one copy of your Tuition TalkAbout after June 1,1966.Who pursued In a foreign country may er 36, Title 38, U. c, code I
Assistance Authorization Notice Is Eligible be approved. According to H. B. Hodgkins J

from the command. the original A' veteran who has served How Much EducationThe College Admission's Officer '
copy will then be submitted to USAFIEducation more than \eteransha\e enrolled
the institution, and you will for continuously on active duty limit Is 36 months. This and are now receiving
a period of at least 181
retain the for often be would cover four school assistance in
copy your personal can compared yearsof programs which
days any of which
records- to the weather. That is, "ev- after Jan. part was nine< months each for a veteran won state approval last year,
31,
1955 and who
Upon completion of the course, eryone talks about it, but no was discharged who served on active ,duty for
released
report the grade you receivedto one does anything about it." der conditions other or than dis un- at last three years after Jan. 31,
the Career Information and Education There Is, however,one organi honorable. 1955. If you served less than date of your last discharge or

office immediately.The zation that has done a great deal A veteran who served less three years you may receive one release from active duty,if your ,
extent of aid tobe provided for servicemen's education. thenl81 days be full month of educational as discharge is 'on or: after June 1, .
to the individual under the Tui- if he may eligible sistance allowance for each 1966., Tills 'time limit is important ''
United was discharged'
The States released
Armed -
tion Aid Program will amountto because of month or part of a month you to you. For if you are eligible '
15fh of the tuition cost not Forces Institute,more commonly connected service served on active duty on or for 36 months of edu-
referred to as USAFI, has disability. after Feb. 1, 1955. cational assistance
to exceed $14.25 per semester and you want
enrolled more than six mil- 'A person who is in service
hour, $9.50 per quarter houror If he has If you have previously received to take a four year school cour-)
for lion students: during its 25 served on active any VA educational benefit would have '<:
high school courses, duty for ? use you to statt
$42.75 per Carnegie Unit. All years' of educational service to The at least two years. based" pn"your. own service. 'or '4your program not'later:than four
the Armed Forces. seryice period of 181 as a war orphan, the 36- after '
other costs ( Including books,entrance 'days does years Tour release from
fee, etc.) will be paid Beginning as the Army Insti- when the not include periods month period x>f eligibility for the sen Ice. If you, ,start );oul' t
tute, on April 1, 1942, there. veteran was assignedto educational
by the applicant, except for 64 a civilian school by the Armedor assistance under the course later, the'VA paymentswill
medical personnel. The Navy were correspondence cour- Veteran's Readjustment Bene- stop at the end of the
ses in technical and academIcs service.at one of the service fits Act of 1966 may be reduced. .
will
not subsidize than eight period
more year
Jjects and a few hundred 'academies, or any period of .
seven semester hours in any university and high school courses :reserve active duty for training Time/ Limit The time limit for a veteran
semester, seven quarter hourson for the extension divisions Persons who enlisted, in The VA may not provide train whose service ended before June

Units any In any quarter academic or two year.Carngeie of participating colleges and uni- 'the Army or National Guard. ing after eight years from the 1, 1966_ Is.May 311974. I

versities available to Army per- .. ;-
You must also notify the CI sonnel. '; .. ;

& E office If you withdrew, fall Since then, USAFI has become {., .. 'c' <* 1r I r .., .
a course,, .or}fail*.to enroll,after ; w I. ..,: ilO'.,.: ._ .: t
a'world'=tvide :allservicecom:?:'sr: ;' ... .. .. '" .y. U.,'
submission of your applicationto prehensive educational effort. ': ... 1..tI? '\, .,ir. ..,'.. .' .. ;.. 'r. J..1"t
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COMSIX. If you withdraw .: \ :.':;:" I '. I'rb is' I' '" ,.. 4 .'"
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from a course at any time priorto Over 200 courses maybe taken .. .; .!"" :" .. \ ."f 4<" YES SIR WELL roy, < : (: : ,
.i'
its completion for reasons directly from the USAFI In ele- ". t
other than circumstance beyond' mentary, high school college and f ALMOST ANYTHINGFOR ,(" ', {; 'I

your ,control, or have failed a technical sifcjects. For an initial ,:',', __ -(. V A CUSTOMER AT tor
course, you' must refund to the fee of $5.00, a student may '
Navy the full amount actually enroll in his first USAFI correspondence A WESTSIDE ATLANTIC '.\,'
paid by the Navy for the discontinued course. He may BANK
courses less any continue to take other USAFI
amount refunded by the insti- courses at no further cost as ,
r .
tution. In other words, you are long as his progress is satis- .. .-
subject to pay record checkagefor : factory. In addition to the cour- ,
either of the circumstances ses offered direct by USAFI, '.. i
mentioned above.Applicants more than 6,000 correspondencecourses t
:
will be processedin are offered at reduced -, : <.
COMSIX in the order of receipt prices to military personnel. For -
.until funds are exhausted.In further information of the '
accordance withBUPERSINST ''USAFI, contact the Educational '.) "
1560.10C career designated personnel Services Officer,Building 955. .

will be given preferenceof ,. :
approval. So,to insure approval O .. .'
of your request for Tuition -- fY y

Aid, make' sure your responsibilities Buy .
have been met
as outlined above. For further I 4'I '
information concerning the Tui- 1 1t

tion Aid Program, contact the BondsNmnCreditLanguageOffered
CI & E Office. krJS ; ;

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I By ESO 4 err....yNHnmN{$.fYAMMf: :arn, ?
.rr:. I .
{'ysar.;/;? < srrr '
me bducationaiservice Office Registration tor tins course r :,,G.vXba; r.4, rrxt; :,:rr+?.i ;C,r !
will present another In its will run from March 20 through ; 4. { ,. y rl;+{;{; };irii:} ,r/.r A ; r i1 :
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d4ririwYc avri:w+Nr ;;'u rrr : Sn r
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series of Non '- accredited college April 3. AN IMPORTANT FEA-
courses. This course will be TURE of this course is that is w.4 t

in Conversational French. The shall be' offered twice a week ... ,t "J!". ;
cost of the course is $5.00 plus on Tuesday and Thursday nights Y'' .. l e

the .text used ( cost $3.09)) beginning April 4 and 6. .,Enrollment ; :. I ;
There are: no requirements to for each class will be on LIKE. PROVIDING. MONEY | We have ample funds f
take these courses since the a first come first served basis. ."' j;
.. for most major home repairs and improvements .. ; ,
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courses are being presented on This course is open to all NAS '.

a non credit basis. personnel, military and civilIan. Our rates are reasonable our service understanding:. '. i t

and quick. Give us a chance to say "yes"! ....\ I "
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NEW ADDING MACHINES

NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS .::" f ,
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FREIGHT SALVAGE ..
EASY CREDIT TERMS. .' .Y. '1 ,: '; :, \ .
HRS. 9a.m..7p.m. Come In & Browse/ :
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4323 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow Blvd. OPEN Fri:'until 8.P.M. Member F.D.I.C .

5324W.sc.iMH ||,.. it 103rd 771-0750 '. PHONE : .
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PAT PLUMMER checks with Chief rAikesell and Barracks
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OCCUPANTS CHOSE theIr rooms. CMAA Betsy MIkesell checks I t:4:: : A \ p.m.
off the names of Beverly Moore and Debbie Duff. 1- Ai Closed Sundays

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THIS f. MARY LUNDE and/ Jodi// Kirby double checked LIZ/ TEAL, one of the vo/unfeerf/ carries/ shoe Boxes EVEN LT. SMITH /lent a helping hand.
for /leaks before their final decision was made Into the building. BUT only/ a few had* pro. PH 771-8244
i .WEEK-EHi .. .An ,4rm Mom : IA/M 4MA ""all./ bl/ ms. '

? If you noticed a mass conf ;ion taking place behind building #710' .
I( last week, It was a group of enant command and NAS Waves moving
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oRE! lock, stock and barrel into the; new home.
The "Big Move" as it was ed, took place after months of planning, FACTORY A
: and seeking a solution for le, overcrowded conditions of building
f : #723. Both buiding are now b< occurpied by the waves.
The first step in the "Big love" was done by the Wave MAA force.
under the supervision of SKC Betsy Mikesell, CMAA./ The girls helda I REDUCTION, I
field day in the new Wave residence and arranged rooms to be ,
t used as male visitor lounge, T TV. lounge for the residence and a not
, $ yet completed galley. i' --:"' ., ..tW4W -F .. I J
J( r The Waves that were i signated to move Into building #710" i '.(
/- had the option of chostng t th r own room. Field day %Was held in each
\I i. room by the new occupants,f niture was switched-swaped, and rearranged -
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:q' and finally the move ok place.
Take the : : $, __ Personnel belonging were r ned to the new barracks.,Some carried A liii1I !
''Short Route toDAYTONA i\\ 1', things in their arms, others it d their cars, and still another' volunteer
i : r; : \ ..f,. group of Waves procured a pi pic uptruck, and shuttled back and fourth

BEACH ,. : .. .:t" ." : '. 4..1'., .. .'... .;." .t...... \.. .''j..' : '." .. the between other.the two buildings, c rying bundles out of one barrack into 1I P40h11 Imam

.;.: \, I The biggest of themass conf.. ion took place inside the building when
.. of the, found how of those souvenirs they had.
... many girls any really
I wfifc*.*, :... ., For quite a few,, the problem )'f finding space for their collections] of
'j 't books, records, clothes, etc became a game of "hide and seek."
% \ JODI. J KIRBY and Mary, Lunde did a lot of furniture switching/ / But at last after hours of ugging, wondering and stowing gear,
tSt- > shaping and rearranging. operation "Big Move" was C c ipleted, and what many thought was theSUANftlift
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AN ISLAND OF HAWAIIAN j j t'--lX!,., ,, '. Photos ByI y., _
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ENcHANTMENTSURROUNDED once a week but I can be found ;. I
A'L' Mon. thru Frl.,- 9 9.5 5,, & Sat. 9 to. Judy Anderson:
p1J; ..iat 1. :
BY ; .
';L.- Cedar? Hills Orange Park CHRYSLERS & "
BEACH FUN ;, 1'' 3633 APARTMENTSCONVENIENTL ,
DAYTONA r Blanding Blvd. 1341 Highway,' 17
$ PH. 771 7555 PH. 264 9362 I I II THE GAME OF HIDE AND SEEK began early In the day PLYMOUTHS a ,
too*ne g.L l iris 1.bs1 prt.tI. and ,
I .. for Margaret Montelth Pat Plummer.
Y .4 ddr .*|ib..14p Cod. .Z,l lGress .
dii fir..th.
100 itp.d. I ut. S. .r
ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANYLOANS LOCATED, ,.. siTs sAcs 11.5 os.c$. *..tptd.VrIS caiu1.s.min ruI Gira .
NEAR BOTH BASES ITA PIIflU. $..li.i'kiaiPoe. ..
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TO $$600 LID ZIP Cs.COOt-V a.?.til.r I C.d,?s44r.. Oul,1A& MUST. GO I !
<< Only Min. to Cecil & HAS -PIZCI.CSLT, T $ Ppd. T VCSL.45$
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: /: .i. .,. :,'A! 12 freeA' "The Shrimp Roots 71 UNITS. 4820 VENT DR. $ $
7:11JJ"' !/ stay are Coming' 1,2&3
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
JAXS: GREATEST ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE I S
, DiytoM'sOriyImioorPool. HINANO AND THE HULA iTi : Cash for any purpose.! Just phone and tell us how NO REASONABLE' OFFER
I I pi ALL APTS HAVE: .. FURNITURE much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven '
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Fried SHRIMP Dinner TURNED p pI DOWN
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DOLLS APPEARING WALL-TO-WALL VALUES'' ,. ience. Same-day,' service.
'* Full Day Facilities ALL CARPETS 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
Camp YOU CAN EAT! DRAPES WHOLESALE
'* Baby Sitters Available 7 NIGHTS A WEEK .' You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.S .
'* CENTRAL AIR & ,HEAT: EVERVQNgOPEH I 4
All Rooms Face the Ocean t PRIC TO j
m THENOW. jFfiIEflss 3438 BUNDING BLVD.At PORCH UTILITY% ROOM '44* : S 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00 I '4,1t ,-

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I HAWAIIAN INN 1 WAIKIKI Lounge and Cedar River 219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00
Swimming Pool & Complete
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2301 SOUTH ATLANTIC$ AVE. Laundry Facilities 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
I DAYTONA BEACH,FLA. 1 PH. 771-5581 I DAY
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Shopping Center DIAL

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j I1ziP/ ...........................1 I IiI ttCU HATER CHMtt CATFISH UNO WWPIB$ $ PHONE 77 1.8844, STORE 241 Wee f Forsyth St. Dial 356.0735
iI =:='_-::- = I 2 1 S S. Atlantic./ / Ave. snRIMP 1 '* OtSJERS :.y(:IUtt\E\;Cti stlK\ \*_ RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 7D .; _DISCOUNT_____ 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial-359-2895. CHRYStER-PLYttOUTH S S I INC
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TO JAX,,AIR NEVtS/AFJERBURNER


Navy Wide
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MARINE <: ,:"

Comic Contest NEWS. '


All Navy personnel on active
duty and their dependents are eligible .
I to participate! In the TwelfthAll An 18 year old Marine Corps attractive female lawyer. She ,4
. ; Navy Comic Cartoon Con- recruit feels right at home since Is First Lieutenant Patricia A. .
\ test. To be acceptable the comic J \ i. "h f Z her enlistment. Everywhere she Murphy from Yonkers N.,Of., ....
i f cartoons must have Navy theme goes she sees her name. Whatis a recent graduate oi the Naval
or background must be in good It? Marine. She is Woman Justice School in Newport R.I.
taste, and must be suitable for Marine Private Marine Heath. Lt. Murphy fell under the
general use. The cartoons must spell of a Marine recruiter when ;1
be in black ink or 8" x 10 /2" ******** was a senior at Mount St. Vin- "1',
white paper or illustrated board.A cent College and when she grad ,
contestant may enter as The eight year old daughter ofa uated she became a com ." : f;'
many cartoons as desired but Marine will represent Orange missioned officer. She deferred .
each entry must contain the fol- County in the 1967 Easter Sea active duty to study law at "
lowing information and state- Campaign.She Catholic University I In Washington -
ments securely attached directly is Peggy Mann daughterof D. C. -- a three year
to the back of the entry; ((1)) After the presentation of awards, (left to right) Mrs. Kosof, Gunnery Sergeant James W. stint.
Full name of originator (2)) Mann truckmaster for Marine The 23 year old Marine now
Mrs. Abel, AJm. Caldwell, Mrs. Stack, Mrs. Few, and Mrs. Cot-
rate/grade, ((3)) service/file ten were all smiles. Wing Service Group 37. Is a legal officer. at Camp LeJeune .
number ((4)) duty station Peggy suffers from rheuma- N. C.
(5)) name of hometown and home- arthritis a disease which
Volunteers Rewarded tory
Before the death of author
town newspapers ((6)com) has responded well from therapyat
mand recreation fund administrator the Orange County Rehabilitation and historian Dr. Bernard Fall.
: ((7)) a brief statement Rear Adm. H.H. Caldwell Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville, Center. She is in the third in Vietnam recently he was fond
\ certifying the cartoon as ori presented Navy Relief Society awards on Tues., March 14, 1967 grade. of asking Marines If they knew '
ginal. ((8)) "AU claims to the to the following volunteer women: when the Corps' first landed in
attached entry are waivered and I Receiving 100 hr. pins were Mrs. Rudy Abel, Mrs. Peter Kosof ******** Da Nang., '
understand the Department of the and Mrs Martin Stack. Mrs Charles Cotten received a 600 hr. A vast audience was watching Most answers were more than
Navy may use as desired."Sign charm and Mrs. Beatrice Few received both her 600 and 1000 hr. when Corporal Allan N. Marlin 100 years from the correct date
ed ( Contestant), ((9)) "For- pins. Mrs Maynard Carter was unable to attend the presentationof of the U. S. Marine Corps greeted Fall would point out.
. warded". Signed by commanding awards but received her 100 hr. pin later intheweek. his wife mother and the While researching the ship's
officer of his designated repre- daughter he had never seen. log of the USS CONSTITUTION,
sentative. NOTE: dependents Florida Population Increases The reunion took place on Fall learned that Marines not
should supply appropriate data the "Mike Douglas Show" a tele- only landed here In May, 1845
above and should make the following JACKSONVILLE -- Florida's ing Into the state. Latest estimates vision filmed in Philadelphia but they "captured" the City'of .1-
statement: "I am dependent population was estimated July placed the white popula- program, three days after CPL. Da Nang and held It four davs. tIn ."
of (Name) rate/grade 1, 1966 ,,;as ,5,941,000, makingit tion at 4,892,000; the nonwhite Marlin had been flown in from response to a call for help
etc." All entries submitted the 9th most"tODulous state,.' at 1,048,600. Vietnam. He had been selectedfor from the FrenchGovernment.the
become the property of the Department said the State Board of Health. Preliminary reports show the show while attending,the, CONSTITUTION'S Marine detachment -
of the Navy for there were 102,542 Infants bornto ordered ashore ,
use as During the past year, the Bob Hope Christmas revue at was W
desired and will not be returned. state's population has increasedby Florida residents In 1966 Da Nanag. by the ship's skipper Navy Captain ,
Appropriate AllNavy cham- about J.36,000 persons or a drop of 4,062 (fourper cent) Marlin now is stationed at John "Mad Jack" Percival.
olonship awards furnished by the slightly more than 2 per cent from 1965. This was the fifth Camp LeJeune N. C. Their orders were to find
Chief of Naval Personnel will compared: with a 3 per cent average year that births had shown a and hold the political and religious -
be forwarded to the respective annual gain since the 1960U. decline. The birth rate per 1000 **.*..** leaders of Da Nang hostage )
commanding officer for pre- S. census. There was an average population now Is 4.7.3 due pro- until the Vietnamese emper'I:
sentation to the first five place growth of 11300 a month bably in part to the result of The Marine Corps now' has a or released a French bishop hef '
winners. The winning cartoons between 1965 and 1966. Of this modern' methods, of family plan- female lawyer a young and was holding captive in Hue. :
will be published in"AU Handsu 3,850 persons ( 33 per' cent) ning. Florida's birth rate has .:
L magazine "and suitable notations a month were added by natural ,been declining: more..rapidly:than
will be made in subsequent issueof increase ( the difference between :the rate drop'shown'for the United Society of SpowsdfiT ;
the "Special Services News- resident births and deaths) and States. This is probably ,
letter. the remaining 7,550 ( 67 per' caused by Florida's attractionas
cent) were added by mov- a retirement state which '
persons
means It has a relatively larger 'Is Exclusive Group 4;:
HBXANIfMHMMHMBBi HHBGIST and continually growing segment ,,
of population outside the
THAT ,childbearing ages. All eyes turn to the bow of osvelt --a long and select
Based on preliminary figure the gleaming vessel. The bard -
BIGOK there were 61,945 deaths of plays. Speeches are made. The list.President of the Society is
Florida residents In 1966. The lady holding a gaily decorated Mrs. Roy A.Ganoof Falls Church
EXAMPLES OF PLAN LOANS death rate per 1000 populationwas champagne bottle trembles with Va. Mrs. Gano has made plans .
ON 2e MONTH slightly above that of the excitement.The for the group to hold its annual .,','.',' ]f". ,
You $412. $512 $600 previous year .. 10.4 against moment arrives. She lifts meeting May 8 11 at the lvf.1y.1iJ': ':'..
G.t 1 10.2.Deaths the bottle and smashes it againstthe flower Hotel in Washington D. t.t
T.reni $23.00 $26.00 $32.40 of infants under one ship. A firm splat resounds C. At this time members each
, Abe.s tlpoy"'."" n od. oo ti".. cons .. year according to preliminary through thehushed air. The ship with a special Interest In the
t"7'hi",1' Loens to other,. Me.nts 0'. figures totaled 2,773 -- an all- slides smoothly down the rail- ship she has sponsoredexchangeIdeas
for olhu periods, on co""or.bl.IfI...., ....__ "t 1tL... time low infant mortality rate of way and with a mighty splash on how to build morale '
27.0 per l.OOOJlve births.CanYou. rolls heavily in the water. A on "their ships.
roar goes up from the crowd. Although members Interest
Beneficial Another Navy ship has been laun themselves In many Navy -
ched. oriented projects of primary
How big Is that Big O.K.you get at Beneficial? Plenty big! Big as that The star of this impressiveshow concern is their s d10larshJp program -
warm welcome that greets you when you come In.Big as all the TAKE YOUR CAR now is a member of the which'prepares young men
cash you get. Big as all the things the cash will do for you-like WITH YOU? Society of Sponsors of the United for entrance to 'the Naval '
pay bills, take care of expenses, balance the family bUdget. That's For Financing and Insurance States Navy She has chris- Academy. Donations vary with
big! Right? Call up or come In. O.K.? And get that Big O.K.! Stateside and Overseas. Call tened a fighting ship 'by pro- need. Funds come from mem=; .
\ BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM 0 1700 OFFICES COAST-TOCOAST DYER M. BURR nouncing her name in what bership dues. Five youngsters
LOANS UP TO $600 she hopes was a steady and are receiving special in,
t GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES understandable voice. Wine structions now, with nine "Al
Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville FINANCE CORPORATION has doused the ship's bow 'as umni" studying at the'Naval] .-
5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD,VENETIA VILLAGE: SHOP. CTR. and prescribed by tradition. Academy. .
I Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388-9374 INTERNATIONAL SERVICE The Society of Sponsors is Those eligible for scholarship
t 5.'h.f l...(lclal.ffi<..Mrv lh.Jotkionvtlto Area INSURANCE COMPANY a most exclusive organization. help are high school seniors: .
t $..phono b..k whit.peg**fir..earett efllc 5615 Tlmuquana Rd. 771.0527 with :
a service
I Membership is limited to those background. Applications -
who have christened a Navy fighting should be sent to Mrs.
ship. The roster Includes Roy S. Benson Quarters O,
many distinguished names: Eis- Navy Yard Washington D. C.
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CITY "O" CLUB---Tonight features the Legal Officers Cocktail Dinner Ir.:1. : :

JAX'S from 6 p.m. till 9 p.m. On Friday. THE CHARLIE JAY COMBO
NEWEST will provide : :
music to dine and
dance to. Dance music will be pro-
$ .PLYMOUTH vided on Saturday by JOHNNY ,
JELINEK from 8:30 p.m. until ,"
1:30
"DIAUirLET p.m. EASTER SUNDAY features a buffet dinner from 5 Ads ;
p.m. should be moiled to the Holt Publishing
till 8 ,
Company
beginning p.m. There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt for the little folk 1950BI at 4 p.m. Remember Tuesday Is foreign dish night not latet than Tuesday for publication the /Jolloivlng Thurs-
YOUR OLD with Scandinavian food beina the dish of the week. day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
CAR MAKE THE CPO CLUB --- Friday the musical spotlight will be shined upon the- foliating week unless 'he publisher is 'instructed other-
DOWN by "THE MOONLITERS". Saturday dance music will be provided wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad Mist
be received WITH the the ad,
PAYMENT by PHIL CAY. DICK WILSON'S MODERNS will take over the spotlight copy for
on Sunday with music to dine and dance to.
ACEY DUCEY DO NOT SEND CASH
CLUB
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Tonight get FRIED CHICKEN for
special pay day price of only$.75. Tomorrow a SEA FOOD PLATTER a RATE: Minimum charge (3( lined]. . . . .*2.00
'65 will be served from 5:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Saturday Is STEAK Per additional line ((4 words pr lin.), . .o50 -
FORD STA. WAG. NIGHT with all the trimmings for only one dollar; with dance --
6 pass. V/8. Auto/trans. music provided by DICK WILSON.
Sunday a special Easter Dinner J
SPECIAL PRICE will be served for the JOBS AVAILABLE '
small price of $1.35-adults and $.85-chlldren. 1967 AUTO ZIG ZAG .
$1988 At 2 p.m an Easter Egg Hunt will be held for children 3-ll"years Repossessed In cabinet. Buttonholes .IBM Ca siler/Checker! '

of age. Happy Hour lasts from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and will be overcasts, decorates, Clerk Typist 'I;
etc.
followed by Game Train Now Pay Later Job :
Night at 5:30 p.m. MARK CASTLE provides Dal. $28 or $5 mo. 2362 Bland- :
dance music Student Loans -
on Sunday evening. open Top Jobs
ing Cassat.
at
'6S BLUEJACKETS INN--.Swing with THE RED COATS tonight & Sun. 3882541. Open 9 to 6 in Jax area for trained people. '

jr. DODGE CORO from 7 p.m. til midnight. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will RAYFmLDSEWING: High school riot required. age .
6 pass, Sta. Wag entertain on Friday from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Saturday THE CENTER limit. Day and night classes. .
V-8,
One Owner.Auto/trans., p/s., FABULOUS RAVENS will supply the notes from 2 NEW BRICK 3BR. CENTHEATAC Free Placement Service ,Accredited )-
***** and then again from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Sunday features p.m.the RAVENS r Intercom system. 2 car, by N. E.. A. A. '.

from 2 p.m.. til 9 p.m. land; THE SOUL SOCIETY from 8 p.m. to port. 1365 Sq. Ft. living area Call 356 5745
midnight. THE RAVENS again make the scene on Monday trom Fruitwood kitchen. 30 in. corn- CAREER TRAINING INSTITUTE
8 p.m. to 12 p.m. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS supply a changeof pace range. 14 ft. cu'in. refrig. 311 Florida Title Bldg. .',
'6* pace on Tuesday from 8 p.m. till midnight. "BINGO" will (Frost proof 2 B with,,"anity3 -
*.PLY, BELEVEDERE be the password on Wednesday fro 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. to be followed acres of land -flowing well RENT or SELL LARGE ; 3BR,
Air Cond.V/8., Extra Auto/trans., by THE HOLIDAYS from 9 p.m. until midnight. school bus route Near creek 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat corn-
special
Price. Good fishing selling price er lot, fenced yard like new-
$1611 HAS CECIL $19.500 2825275.. DUKE LOSTUM30, Bkr. 771 ,
CPO CLUB ... Friday the Specials will be Lobster for $2.35 anda 0374 or 771 7874. ..
IGoz. Porter House DIAL 0 MATIC
Steak for $2.20. Music will be provided
by Dick Strout and Band. SaturdayLobster will again be the Special 1967 ZIG ZAG REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS:
*5f for $2.35 along with a lOoz New York Steak for $1.75. The featured In Nice console. Makes button- SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGAT -
DESOTO 2 DR. entertainment will be the Charlie Jay Band. Wednesday Is game holes, blindhem, monograms &, oN. Homes.for 350 and SlOO
Hard/top Extra Clean, V/8, Auto/Iran.- A night starting at 7:45 p.m. fancy stitches. '$36 cash or $5 down, Rentals Acreage In-
real
BEACON CLUB... Tonight Is Game Night. After the games the mo. 1948 Blahdlng: Blvd. at vestments.' We will build for you.
BEAUTY'$53ffi San Juan Open 9 9 & Bowen Real Estate Realtor.
Strangers will entertain. The Special will be a ribeye Steak. ,
Friday Mark Castle will be the featured band. Saturday Sounds Sunday 388 1551. WALTER" T.. BOWEN, USN 1 Re-

Unlimited will be putting the music out. Sunday,Phil Kay and the JAX SEWING CENTER tired. i_
Chantels with "Go-Go" Girls. Monday Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. ZIGZAG FOR $30 '.

'64 DODGE DART G.T. Wednesday Gaden and Band will be feat rued. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE Original

Hard Top ; 4 speed, R & Houses & Apts. Equity VA & Guarantee Makes buttonholes,
H. FHA regales S50 & S100 down. sews on buttons decorative designs -
Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. monograms etc. Just payoff
$1288 MILITARY AUTO.INSURANCEAll 264-2411 Orange Park Realty. balance $30 on easy terms.
Phone 353 ,1946 anytime. t'Ul

,, Ranks A'tAjf"S'' HOMES FOR SALE ", ,deliver ,No obligation.: TJ! w'S
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A-I SEWING MACHINE CO. '"5 "
'62 lOW RATES $50 SlOO Down. Completely
BARON IMPERIAL- 4 dr., LE- reconditioned, Some with range FOR RENT 2 B, House Comp.
equipped. One Owner Fully and oven. Free consultation.Call Furn., Lg. yd. Orange Park:
Solid Bik, Special Price EASY MONTHLY Dennis Burchill, USN Ret., Will Rent to TAD Personnel cr
Home 771 0371 Office 356- bachelors 264 6884; ,
$1388 7371 Seven week-
days a
PA.YMENTS. HELP WANTED RETIRED
Z4 hours service.
STOCKTON, WHATLEY&DAVINand Full time salesman for, appliance -
dept. Good Salary and It
''65 McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE Company REALTORS benefits. W. T. GRANT COMPANY -
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FORD, CUSTOM 210 Main treet. ';
500 SEDAN, V/8, Auto/ TOUCH & SEW SINGER
trans., R & H. AGENCY CEDAR HILLS AREA MODERN -
Warranty. I4OO save $249Repossessed Spacious.Clean2BR.' ,Gar:.
h makes chain Apt. Elect. J Kit., Tile Bath H\''
-4 6479 Rusmlt IM. 388-7676 stitches, winds bobbin in machine Floors'' A/C, Gas Heat Lge;
All kinds fancy designs W &
garb. SlOO Phone 7713654FOR
2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649: Call Us Anytime reliable person assume payments
'64 $10 mo. or $120 cash.
BARRACUDA, Auto SALE RCA TELEVISION -
R & H, White, Gold Interior 2362 Blanding at Cassat Open Turntable, 21 In. screen
Original Low mile 9 to 6 & Sun. 388 ,2541. New converter $50.00 ,Phone
age 20,000. *. ********** RAYFELD SEWING CENTER 387 4037. .
Fact Warranty 51433!

k- -4 i MOBILE HOME r 50 x 1C

COMING SOON SALES HELP WANTED. SERVICE Skylinev/\\' Carpet. L'n- "
or Civilian. Part of full furn. 10' x 20' Awning. S3.000.
'*J time. Men or Women. Ph Ph. 387 3618 after 5:30.
BUICK ELECT. 268 5404.
"225" Hard Top. Fully I ,
Equipped., Air Cond., '
One Owner ZIG ZAG FOR S30 ORTEGA HILLS 3 BR, }(It.

$4433 ," SEWING MACHINE Original Equip. 4 min. from NAS 764 -
r 0 of CREDIT Guarantee Makes buttonholes, 6683.
1 'sews on buttons decorative designs FURNISHED HOUSE FOR REST

monograms, etc. Just pay Apr!. 1 Sept .1 (fexible)
64 PLYMOUTH 4"ur. off balance $30 on easy terms
2 Br., 1 1/2 b. Air Conditioned
., V/$, Auto/trans., LOAN PLAN :,:. # Phone 353 1946 anytime. $110 a.month. 781 1720 -Normandy -
P/S, Fact. Air., In warrant Will deliver.no obligation. Village.
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Lots. Across hiway from Turner
CNRYSLER-PLY., INC. Phone 384-4406 Field ( New Naval Base)

ft J. N.ug tl 1Ud Illuminated streets Raised
> ff ; i Garden-I & 2 Bedrooms Patio, Individual Mail Boxes
Type Apartmentswith
Country Club Family Section Children: & pets
i welcome, See WoodallDlrectory
Atmosphere
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354-8556 Kitchens equipped with GRanges -E 3 Star rated Telephone 435 -

355-4850 JAX HAS BLOC. 39 FIELD 26 6 Refrigerators 1421. -
Tel. 384-1391 or Tel. 'SP 1-321 lor Individual Air Conditioningand
Heating by G E HELP WANTED SITTER FOR
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Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205
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: Defense Department Heads Washington Navy Adds More Waves "

The Navy has moved to increase enlisted will continue tobetrained -
Praise Red Cross ServicesSecretary the size of the Wave at Bainbridge, Md.j and the officers \
Memos Corpsby 20 percent, and the recruiting at Newport, R. I.
services have been ordered About a month earlier, the Air
of Defense Robert S. McNamara joined with top level to bring in an extra 1,000 Force announced a similar increase -
military commanders in extending congratulations to the AmericanRed DOD STATISTICS SHOW that enlisted and 100 officers as of WAF's by 100 officers -'
Cross during the Presidentially-proclaimed "American Red 7,900 U. S. personnel have lost soon as possible. and 1,000 enlisted female
Cross Month" in March. their lives in Vietnam through Capt. Rita Lenihan, Wave Dir- airmen, bringing Air Force'sauthorization
Praising the Red Cross for its services to the U.S. Armed Forces hostile action causes from Jan. ector, said the goal is to have to 850 officers
and to civilians stricken by disaster,McNamara said"it Is therefore 1, 1961 through March 4, 1967 6,000 enlisted and 600 officersas and 6,000 airmen.
fitting that we salute this fine organization..and thank them for Additionally, another 1,721 lost against the current totalsof The Marine Corps reports thatit
the magnificent job they are performing" their lives from non hostile about 5,000 and 500. is working on a comparable
Among top level military com action causes. Capt. Lenihan said that the women expansion of its women mem-
manders who endorsed Red Cross many services the Red Cross by assuming more dutiesin bers to the Navy Increase.
1 operations both abroad and Inthe provides. ******** supply and logistics and in the Increasing distaff strength to
United States were Gen. EarleG. medical field, would free men for replace menforoperationalduties
Wheeler, chairman of the "The Outstanding performance operational duties. was one of the many recommend-
Joint Chiefs of Staff; Adm. DavidL. of the Red Cross in supportof ations made recently by the Pre
McDonald Chief, of Naval Operations our armed forces in Vietnam PUBLIC HOLDINGS of SeriesE There would be no need fora sident's National Advisory Com
Gen., Harold K. John- merits the wholehearted support and H. U. S. Savings Bonds new training facilities; the mission.
son, Army Chief of Staff; Gen.J. of the American public. The men gained $116 million in Febru-
P. McConnell, Air Force Chief and women of the Red Cross go ary, according to Treasury De- Frozen Blood GoosToVicfnam
of Staff and Gen. W. C. West- where they are needed and partment Officials. Cash salesof
moreland, commander of U. S. the yare needed in Vietnam. Series E and H bonds totaled
Forces in South Vietnam. $426 million during the month, CHARLESTON, S. C. .(NV- civilian hospital.The .
Gen. Wheeler asked the Am- while redemptions at cost price NEWS) The Charleston Naval requirements for quotas
Every Month Red Cross Month erican public to "respond to the were $363 million, leaving a Hospital is now participating ina for the various Naval hospitals
President's call to support this" net increase at a cost price of Navy wide program of pro- which are involved in this
Gen. Westmorland stated, "In great humaniatraian institution, $64 million. Series E sales viding frozen blood for servicemen program throughout the country
the United! States this is national after stating that The abilityof hit $394 million, a 22 in Vietnam. The Hospital is have been established by the
Red Cross Month. But here in Red Corss to serve all of year peak for February. collecting and processing the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and
Vietnam, every month Is Red us depends upon each of us vital fluid for shipment to South Surgery.It .
Cross month to the commanders our personalinvolvement and financial ******** east Asia. Is anticipated the Navy =;
and men who benefit from the support." Unitl the Navy-wide programwas wide frozen blood program will
instituted the bulk was continue as long as the need
MILITARY AIRLIFT Command the blood used in the frozen blood exist for frozen blood in Viet
is seeking volunteer pilot program was provided by don- nam.
and navigators to make high ors in the Boston area. The
: altitude flights with its 58th Naval Hospital Chelsea,Mass., k 1
Weather Reconnaissance Squadron. has long been processing the frozen -
The squadron flies air samp- blood for the use by Navy
AVIATORS lying missions in RB 57E air- and Marine Corps medical acti- ,
craft. Pilots and Navigators vities in Vietnam. WiT1jlV x
interested in flying with the Major Naval activity ashore
58 th should contact Com- and afloat in the Charleston
mander, 58th Weather Re- area are being asked to support '

......', connaisance, Squadron Kirtland, this program and assist the
AFB, N. M., 87117. Charleston Naval Hospital by
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."1'-: The only blood type that is 1
being utilized is Type "0"
NAVY SHIP'S STORES OF
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Assistance because it can be used by any-
Fleet
FICE has opened a
Program Branch Officein one needing blood regardless of WF2rn r
Norfolk. Va.' in an'effort to his particular type. Other types
., improve operations of Ships are drawn principally in the South
Stores afloat with technical east Asia area. ,
: assistance and guidance in resale The Navy's current program is
matters. limited to military participation 4a
only. All blood donations by { _
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r. 1 1 The Cecil Field varsity Softball \.,:f'1I"'"

a a team opened their 1967
season Monday night shuting out liLi J
Owens/Illinois of Jacksonville k < ,i

: : 140.Steve Burton (VA-44)) took the
mound duties for the first six
innings giving up only three hits

while relieved striking in the out He > Oak Hill .,

Bussell (VA-174))
two hits and
three innings. Center
The Raiders
stranded in the nine 6 a.m. 10 p.m. #
and collected 12 "

boys Manager played Bob 498.'s. fllck-., & delivery

the sidering season.it was the .. ll i & Foreign Cars

that varsity ball 103rd & James Rd.
needed, and if : Jacksonville, Fla.
ested to contact
VA.44's Stingers 7967M/ Basketball// Champs/ Gym at ext. 497 or

Tuesday evening the Stingers ,
from VA 44, surprisingly, had
an easy time in subduing the ,
VA 44 Hornets In' the I
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championship game. The final APPLICATION FOR CHARGE-A-TRIP CARD w ", ,. .,,,' ...::'. ,"; ). ,1') ..
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,.. CF shooters Take V-Ball Hand Signals


'; 1st Place In Part II ;' f

f SharpshooterMore _ '. ..),.
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4 4I I' than 290 of the nation's THROWN BALL HELD BALL LIFTED .eALL.. .;. : """" -

\.. finest pistol marksmen, including .:'.'{ ':
, a team from NAS Cecil Field .
participated in the 12th Annual .
r Dixie Championship last week- :, .. .
: end at the Jacksonville Police I" i__
I, Pistol Club Range. The air .' ,- .;
I.j j I., station team consisted of: G. F. "It. .. ... .
Bowen, F. Paine Alford,J. D. ., .: .
l Gallups, Bigler, Ebic, Valles. A 1 '. .. .",',..
.1; The Cecil marksmen, led by iWlEPlNS MOTIONS Of FIN6IRS TWICE :.. S',' .
CLOSE
AQC G. F. Bowen, took first aRM AND HAND TWICE
r rI sharp shooter, fired with ser-
TECHNICAL FOUL GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP .
I vice pistols and ammunition. 3UT OF POSITION
.r I They also placed second in the '

45 caliber automatic firing. .' .,.
High winds hampered firing
The> 1967 Cecil Field/ Raiders/ Volleyball/ // Team Back Row: the first and third day of "
: "Mac" McGuckln, Coach/; M. E. Wurster, R. tforceff.// E. competition thus keepirig the
Gardner, B. S. Hall.// J. E. An glov/ch, M. L. Bird, P. .Sef /en. scores low. : :
Front Row (I to r) P. /R. TeagueR./ Molina, P. A. Cope, K. C. The Cecil Pistol and Rifle -: .
Annis. Missing J. M. N/nson./ teams both have matches away :
from home on April 1st. The : :
Pistol Team will travel to Charleston -: : -:
while the Rifle Team takes .
.
r.it. part in competition at Fort S NE
! Benning, Ga. SUBSTITUTION LINESMAN'S SIGNALS t
The pistol team is coached by
.
it Chief Bowen, who is an ex ,
Lastweeki All Navy distinguished shooter. :,'..:..,'f\
He earned this title afterwinningthe L. ."
high Camp Post and Sta- j 7 .'W
i tion Award with a 2580. E $ ."'-
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The members of the pistol and ..
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T .: f said rifle teams are training two for : ", .' .
". we the Fleet and All Navy events ".- '
that will be held this spring. \ .
: : Pistol and Rifle competition is THIN POINT TO TEAM BALL *N BALL OUT

'''' ,t""v;; ;\{...r."., ,.' not a Navy sport ( such as football -
,1 ,.: : es no "" etc.) but is covered in the
.': 'I landing manual.
party
:::i: -:.. The History of VolleyballIn

! :& to a man who had his heart set on finishing Spring Golf 1895, William G. Morgan, Although volleyball in its original "
I the physical fitness director of concept:: was planned for a
: his patio in flagstone. the Young Men's Christian Association slow type action, there is also .
I j League Opus at Holyoke, Massachusetts the aggressive competitive type
to a GI who wouldn't propose uqtil he; was in search of a game game which is in direct contrast
The Spring Intra Mural for a group of business men to the original version. Some
; had all his bills cleared up. Golf League got underway at' taking pan in the activity pro- years' ago the late Dr. Charles, "
Iff a NAS Cecil Field yesterday' with gram at the Holyoke YMCA. H. McCloy, professor physical ," _
f to who '_dreamed.of -. 25 teams entered. The league Games of the mild type for this education at the University. of.5 .: ."\I
a secretary: always / a :, will be played as*a single round age group were scarce,and Mor. Iowa, was:'asked ItO.check". '-. ":
\
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: week in Acapulco. '; : robin ( each" team playing the gan was looking for some gameto ball. It was found that the aver-
;' '': : other once.) be played in the gymnasium age spiked ball traveled 62 miles. .
I 1\ Matches will be played each which would be enjoyable and not per hour:,
L t": to a marine who finally got up enough. Wednesday over the next six too strenuous.. It is possiblethat The fastest''' speed recorded was .. :
:: "nerve to take dance lessons. months to determine a champion. by observing what he saw 110 miles per hour. The fastest
I Schedules and tee -.off times around him -- tennis and hand- spiked ball is traveling faster
; are posted at the station golf ball -- Morgan conceived his idea than Bob Feller's fastest fast "
Z to a photographer who graduated to an course. Intramural golf rules, of a new sport. Taking the ball.
f: expensive Japanese camera. as amended, shall apply for all tennis net, he elevated it to 'Volleyball was designated an
"*Y league play.Thinking a height of six feet -- the regu- official Olympic team sport in
lation height is now eight feet. 1957. and 1964 markedthe first
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a to a wife who missed the driveway and.. Cs5 The volley idea might also have appearance: as an Olympic event.Joseppi's .

\ ., whose.husband would miss the fender.Were '. of wondering through been ball. taken Players from used tennis their and handsin hrxl- '-. r

:$* stores looking for the ideal batting the ball, and thus, .x OPpORfUN/ty "
gift? One gift that is always from a combination of tennis and 'j
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Whistling In The Rigging Four Sebring Drlvers- I


Hope For Repeat WinSebring
By. Lt. P. E.. Utbodew/ '

Fla. . The est purse In stock car racing his
Ford Motor Company has an- tory, driving a Ford Fairlane
nounced the assignment of four to victory in the Daytona 500.) /
of their drivers to GT Lloyd Ruby is no to
This week, we began a series of top stranger
ular sailboat classes in the articles some of the more pop- ship) FYC. Prototype cars which will makea the Grand Prix of Sebring since
Jacksonville area. It is hoped June 18 Tri Club Series determined effort to repeat he and his teammate the late
that by doing so, we will familiarize you with these boats and if Sail off, NJSC ((Bantams) last years win in the Sebring Ken Miles were the winners of
you progress to the point of wanting to buy a boat, you' will'know About the Team Race we 12 Hours of Endurance for the last years test of Endurance.
the better buys. It is always better to buy a small boat that is have been challenged to this Alitalia Airlines Trophy. Ruby, who lives In Wichita Fall;
popular in the area for two reasons; the racing competition and race by the Viking Sailing Club, National Driving Qiamoion Tex is a versatile performancewith
the resale value on your investment. St. John's Junior with of .
College, Pal- Mario Andretti, together plenty experience in
,,;,,,.,',.' ;, t. ''':;. '";{ f. ''1> atka, as the result of a little chat Bruce "McClaron, A. J. Foyt both road course racing and oval
....'.... ,\of" w1"f, ;, .,.. .<... ,,'1:x" t' N' ., t4 had with their
< ""'';, .'" <;:'. ,,f ",/, !! ;: t. ," ,. we people duringthe and Lloyd Ruby will be on the track competition. ,
; ,
<" i'tP', '" !,f, \. ": .. ...{ ":'> /\., {{ .'" '' Navy Day Regatta ( you know Ford team when the field.starts Four time National ChampionA.
{ r 1\ ; ''" ','> .,"::: .'"" ', ". \ '" >":'; <'1'. if how it goes; we can beat you the LeMans dash, at 11 a.m. J. Foyt from Houston, Tex-
i" :" : .: : :f M r anytime, anywhere, etc.) Seri- the morning of April 1. as will be paired with Ruby-
; ously we're In the process of Both Andrettl and Ruby have
,' <,,.' ,j ,,'-'" getting it set up now and hope been conducting exhaustive tests board Members Hitned
.:,:; : R.tit.. ':., ': "\: that we can make a big thingof during the past few weeks to enable The following NAS personnelwere

',,'.. t. 'fill" '! t : .: ., it, six races, three teams; the Ford Racing Engineersto selected, recently as new
s.5"7' ''I'''' each team setting an oppor- correct malfunctions which
members of the Recreation Advisory -
<
'{; !; tunity to sail in each boat, top ruined the teams chances at the Board. They are: Thomas
\ number of points winning.For Continental.According
p'i'. <' recent : to G.
'JJ ,> RaffoVP-7)Will1amKnepp( ); ,
QD, '" ,,,,; "' \ you' people desiring sail- well informed sources the results (MARTD)' Charles Dickerson,
;7. 4A. ing lessons, please note the of the testing have been ((679th) Bradley Kidd, (VP 30)) 4.
\
: : following change in our scheduleall most satisfactory.Mario ? Robert Wilkins, (FICEUR) and
those who are taking the first Aooretti,the ItaUanborn Gary Reid of NFO.
wrS lesson, be there at 1 p.m. sports car racer now living in The board's work Involves
for your lesson. For the more Nazareth, Penn. is one of the analysis of situations concerning
t ti advanced sailors, lessons will beat
most popular men in competition varsity and intramural athletic
the regular time, 1400(2p.m.( ) today. He recently won the rich: programs aboard the station.
i iTJt& : i Lessons are free; you must take
them to Join the club, If you don't
already know how to sail.

& : 1WO Fliers BagOutdoor 0

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OF THE Sailing Club's; B antamr.a: play .. Jax Navy Flier basketballteam

In the St.: Johns. victorious -74overthe
St. Augustine "Hornets" intheir EASTER EGG
The first boat that we will chure says. I am really anxiousto initial test of the Jacksonville
discuss is the Rhodes Bantam. get her out in the river and Recreation Dept's outdoor tour-
Shown here are two of our NJSC let her go to see how she will nament last Friday attempted to
Bantams running wing and- wingin do; her lines Just say speed. 'You make it two in a row against the f ; SPECIALSATURDAY
a recent race. can see her at Graham's or' Eldoradoes In a late evening con-
The ,Rhodes Bantam is a hard at the next race I I'll be at the test last night.,
'
chined, 14 foot racing dinghy, tiller,hopefully beating all hands) Leading the scoring parade -
designed by the famous Naval Fifteen feet of speed for the was the Fliers Larry McConley .. r.
Architect,. .PMU;Rhodes, 'The. paltry.price of$795.00., .", with ,20 points followed by Chuck, AND SUNDAY
intent of the designer was to The. members of the NJSC Bryson with 16 and Jim,
provide a medium sized, high are really going to be busy, Owens with 15.
performance boat which could particularly during April. Right The Fliers local opponent last '
be safely day-sailed. Fans follow now the events lined up are night won their first Lackawanna 1' r BRING THIS AD.
the Bantam all over the countrybut as such April 2 Tri Club Park game handily 74 31 over -
most of the 1500 plus boats Race. Florida Yacht Club. April Caruso Electric.
are located in the North Central 8 Team Race, NJSC and
U.S. with a smattering of boats in Viking Sailing Club, NJSC.April Two Fla. Wildlife BUY ONE REGULAR CHICKEN

the South ,(Tennessee, Miss- 15- Special NJSC Monthly Meet-
issippi, Florida). There once Ing, Skeet Club, food and dancing. Areas Get Deer DINNER FOR $1.35 AND RECEIVEA
was a large fleet of them in April 8 & 9 Ocean Race, May-
Jacksonville but, as tastes port to St. Augustine. LAKE CITY Seventeen Louisiana -
changed,the Bantam lost its favor April 15 & 16 Florida District deer were released in
among the sailing community, Thistle Championship, FYC. two northeast region wildlife
mainly it is believed, becauseit April 23 Tri Club Race, management areas, March 4, by
is not exactly a dry boatin NJSC. the Game and Fresh Water Fish
the hands of the average sailor April 28 Tri Club Awards Commission as part of the "Deer
This characteristic Is needed Banquet, FYC, Special Speaker, Relocation Program" designedto
here on the St.John's due to rough Dr. Stewart Walker author of propagate deer in areas pro-
seas which can build -. up in "The Tactics of Small Boat viding suitable habitat. Major ..
a short time. With a good skip- Racing." All NJSC members Robert Brantly, regional mana- COMPLETE
per at the helm however, the Invited. ger, announced the two releases -
Bantam is a boat that takes a April 29 FYC Commissioning consisted of 10 deer CHILD'S 850 CHICKEN
back seat to few others, far out- Ceremony. stocked in the Lochloosa
classing the currently popular April ? ? ? Mt. Dora Regattaand Wildlife Management Area, (Al-
Snipe, in performance. At the Florida Sailing Association achua County), and seven deer DINNER AND
present time, there are nine Annual Meeting, Mt. Dora Fla. In Tide Swamp Wildlife Management -,
known active Bantams In Jack- May 7 Tri Club Race, Rud- Area, (Taylor County).
sonville. The Bantam is availablein der Club.
both wood and fiberglass for May 21 Tri Club Race,Flori- 1
about $1295 complete. A used one da Yacht Club. Petra Burka, figure skater of
in reasonable condition may be June 3 Mug Race, Palatka to "Holiday on Ice" that visited
purchased for about $800. Orange Park. Jacksonville's Coliseum in
Got another new boat to tell June 10 11 St. John's Regatta. March was voted Canada's "Ath-
you about! It's the O'Day Flying Florida State Bantam Champion lete ,of the Year" for 1965.
Saucer. I saw this at the Miami- EASTER EGGS FOR EACH CHILD RECEIVINGA

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Page 16 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


,, Navy Swimmers Gain Intramural Sports


I Noted CedarHillsat ...;,.........,;.;.;.... ..
t Senior Women's Crown Revisions .I

'- The following revisions and

;'i Grinning from ear to ear las Others adding to the NJST additions have been made in the
.NAS SAX Intramural Sports
: Sunday night, coach Chuck Phil point total were Kathy Rockfordin for 1967.a pro-
:1 1 lips and Dave Driscoll receive the 1650 and 500 yard freestyle gram Spring
; the trophy emblematic of state Susan Chance in the 100 ( ) An organizational meetingfor &
Tennis is sche-
;" supremacy in the Senior Women's: yard freestyle and 200 yard Intramural 29th in the
March
for
; Swimming divison on behalf of breastroke, Ellen Smalling in the duled Director's office.
I' the Navy Jacksonville Swin 200 yard butterfuly and Kathy Recreation
The starting date for tennis has
Nauman in the relays.
Team.
been for April
tentatively set
The base team, whose mere- Both team and unattached
: bers are Navy dependents in swimmers swam in the weekend 10.b The Intramural Track
,. the Jacksonville area splashed events, the majority representing )
and Field Meet will now be heldon
in the Saturday- the Florida AAU and the
to. victory past 23 instead of May
May
Sunday meet, in the Beaches Florida High Schools Activities' scheduled.c WILSON
15, as originally
Aquatic Club pool Atlantic Association. Among the200 competitors -
( ) The first Intramural
Beach. was Olympic hopeful. H
resident Catie Swimming Meet will take place &BLANDINGPHOHESP
,Winning& by a substantial mar- and Jacksonville
17 instead of May 16.
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