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Creation Date: March 30, 1967
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f f 1 cl al expression of any
"military department. The appearance of advertisements,In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 25 NO. 1 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 30, 1967
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M 'II t- -a- House Votes GI Benefits

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.. 'The House has voted to extend full wartime veterans benefits to men who have served on active duty !"
.; U.: .- since the Aug. 4, 1964 Bay of Tonkin incident, and to boost GI Bill subsistence rates.. .
'', '.......,.. I' The bill was passed as. an amendment to -16'a'' bill already' passed by the Senate putting Vietnam
f I \.J I, service for veterans' benefits purpose on a par with service during World War II and !Korea.
; The measure now returns to the Senate for approval, and many be included as a further amendmentto
; S 16 when the Senate Finance Committee reconsiders the legislation. '
t Action to raise Servicemen's Group'Life Insurance( SGLI) coverage from the present rate of 310,000to J

between $12,000 and $30,000 was not,approved.. .. -
The House approved a recommendation of its veterans Affairs y,
F Committee to increase GI Bill education rates by S25 to $30 monthly. i
J Pay, Increase This would bring the rate schedule to 5130.monthly for single. r r;
veterans and servicemen, to $155 monthly for married veterans. 's land
; DEMONSTRATING SOME OF THE FACTORS /Involved/ in sole RecommendedA to $175 monthly for veterans with more than dependent.
t driving Is Mr. Ron EllIot// who helped to kickoff The present rate schedule is $100, $125 and $150. according! to
i the New Driver Improvement Course that Is being' presentedby Navy Times. t "
t the HAS JAX Security Department. pay raise this year, recommended The Navy Times also stated that the,House approved legislationto 4.
by Chairman L. Mendel give non high school graduates and high school graduates
Rivers of the House Armed Ser- who need additional secondary or refresher training both a chance
f Security Department Offers vices Committee, has recentlywon to qualify for college, drawing full GI Bill benefits during this 1\
the approval of the Defense period without it being charged against their GI Bill entitlement.The .
Department. This pay raise, according -' House voted, to extend eligibility for some of the benefits
Course to Rivers, will be based intered by the bill to' extend full wartime benefits to'men"who f 1//
t Driver Improvement on" not only basic pay but ,also have served on active duty since ,Aug. 4, 1964, all the way back to ;;.
r quarters subsistence and the Jan. 31, 1965. Among these'are": to set an Aug.'5. 1964: cutoff for
h tax advantages on those allow- entitlement to: ((1)) disability compensation at wartime rates; I
The Security Department oft .volves skill in handling an automobile -. .ances considered when com ((2)) disability pensions for non service connectedveteransand ]
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, In a variety of situations. paring military pay to civilian death pensions for widows ,and children ,and ( 3)) the S250 burial
Is presenting af, new Driver,Improvement Operators,will have the opportunity pay. allowance. I,J .
t- ,Course. ;Fire course to: learn what is involved rimes Other .provisions as stated_ by Navy: Times, are'to; '.set, a'JariVSJj+ i ; .
: will beheld: Monday'thrQughW cH I in|driving( defensively} Why and According''1 t*'* ,**"''t o ;NaW ftc-l"'v t, 195"/cutoff for provisions: such as the'$1600 '''grant toward the purr.
*HcV, varioustypei;;of'jrnotor, ve-ft :t l ( la: "" 'disabled'ter ..
slay> "l dias ;ofYatfat&dniobneT>y certain[ ; the twoyear: i
, .. hide:accidents".occur:;and; whatIt basic.' ay.wln be approximatelyone presumption: period for' veterans'with: 'a psychosis, and,the use of( '
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w: ing 13 (topside). takesto prevent them.' stXth..high r, percentage-' state 'veterans homes or private contract beds for 'ron" service c-
..' The kick-off' session for this, The course ,consists'of eight wise, than. the raise recommended \ connected conditions. Also,. ,the committee bill 'would permit .VA
, program was conducted by, Mr. one-hour ,sessions and It is hoped for civilian. govern to furnish free drugs ,and medicines to Vietnam conflict veteranson
p.. Ron Elliot, representative of the that when the course Is completedthe ment'workers. the pension rolls and requiring regular aid and attendance.'It ",
',, Jacksonville Duval County Safety operator will be able to identif In other words, a 3.6 percent would amend current law to permit the furnishing of free drugs
r Council. potential hazards in everyday raise for civilians would bringa and medicines to veterans with service connecteddisabilitiesfor
The course Is designed to help traffic situations and will know 4.2 percent increase In ,basic their non'-- service connected disabilities or ailments.
|' operators become better and how to adjust their driving behavior pay for the military. The increase -
safer drivers. It Is hoped that to them so as to avoid Is expected to be some-
u operators will learn good driving being involved in an accident. where within this' general area,
t skills and attitudes. It includes however, It could be raised more. Who May Buy Surplus
J knowing the rules of the road, Instructors for the course include Low ranking enlisted men may i

the characteristics of one's own Warren Easterling, Harry also receive a nine -. percent The Supply Department has ducting a specific sale or sales,
Horton, John Stolarskl, and Otto
car, one's own limitatons and increase inDependent Assistance released the following 'revised their agents and employees, and
,, those of other drivers. It in- Bottler. Act housing money.' Defense be-, directive concerning all personsor immediate members ,of their !

lieves. organization other than those households. f
After receiving the recom- specifically listed below,who will b. Military and civilian personnel -
Chief Wins
Navy Fights; mendations, from Defense, the be entitled to purchase surplus, of the Department of Defense I
I President, obligated by law, will foreign excess and exchange sale and Military and civilian
report the recommendation to property from the Department of personnel of the United States ; ,
t' Tenth Gold Hash Mark Congress by March 31. Defense selling activities.a. Coast Guard whose duties Include !I
The Presidents budget allows any (unction or supervisory responsibilities
Auctioneers and others
for a $1 billion pay raise this for or within the
i-t The U. S. Navy recently proved Ington, D. C., In order to speak year and if need be a little more under contract to a military activity Defense Property Program,their
P that a military organization can directly to the Bureau. Therehe might be provided. for the purpose of conAN agents, employees and immediate
also have a heart of gold when was told by, a Captain that members of their households.c. .
Admiral David L. McDonald, "although the Bureau would liketo Persons under 21 years ,
Chief of Naval Operations, personally help him, it could not break of age.
approved the reenlistment -. its policy." However, said the For additional information
. of Senior Chief Gunners Captain, perhaps, .if you spoke concernlngthls directive contact .r
Mate, :Thomas A. Slater, a Navy to someone higher up. '. the Supply Department Disposal
' veteran of 36 years. Chief Slater, 'I' made up my mind that I was Division Ext.,292/8343. ",'
T who had served aboard the USS going to fight this to the end, "
Saint Paul (CA-73)) since June '* claimed the Chief, and two days kr M
. of 1963, took his reenlistment later he was telling his storyto WHATS INSIDE
physical and' passed it on Nov- Admiral McDonald,who assur-
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ember 16, 1966, was turned down ed him that the matter would betaken

by the Bureau of Navy Personnel care of, ,
which has a policy of not reenlisting ,The happy chief Is now back in Now 'Is The Time Pg. 2
men who have served the Navy where he Intends to stay
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more than 30 years, policy until his retirement at the age u Pg.
designed for the welfare of the of 62 in five years. ws Civil Service News. Pg. 5
Individual Navyman.
Chief Slater, however, had Buy Bonds VW 4 Hurricane' Hunter PS i 4
other ideas about reenlistment.'He .
Notte Behind' The Scene'Pg?
was only working on his
tenth hash mark and Buldllng a Future If Savings
gold ; why '
Movie Schedule. ,,, Pg. 9 ;
stop now? Bonds build futures a good future ,a .
So the 57 year old me' lies ahead for most of the NAS Cecil Sports. Pg. 10
ber of the Fighting Saint tr m 2,675 Marines of the Force
decided to do just that f' it. Logistic Support Group "Alpha" INSTRUCTIONAL 'SEMINAR for NAS Jacksonville ana NAS Jar Sport .Pg 11 4
He had already written letters Force Logistic Command,north- Mayport security personnel that started March 20 ends tomorrow 1
to BuPers asking that he be re- west of,Da Nang. at Building 13. Instructors are FBI personnel singled/ out Motorcycles Aboard. Pf., 12
enlisted, but both time the reply More than 96 per cent of the from the local field/ office. The second of the voluntary sessions
was negative. support group Marine are cur- designed/ to brief the men with the latest methods In
While on leave during Dec- rently participating in the U. crime prevention runs April 3. 14.
ember, he. made a trip to wash- S. Savings Bond program. ,


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., .rf .. By Eel SowaIn The following is a reprt of '::f1.tI,
motor vehicle accidents and traf-'
the modern scientific and cultural society in which we live fic violations for the period
today, the focal point of success is found in the keynote of edu- March 21 March 27, 1967. WHAT WHERE AND WHEN
cation. To be termed a success, a man must be educated that is, Number of Accidents ,
he must be proficient in his chosen field of endeavor as well as This Week -------4
pretty well versed In other areas of interest ranging from current Total Accidents this year through
,politics current events literature and the arts to even foreign March 27, 1967 -... -60
languages. Society today looks for the cosmopolitan or "Jack Number of Accidents through : f FridaySunday, March 31 J April 2 "
of all trades" type of individual upon whom the seal of success March 1967 - -74 -
will be stamped. Total number of days since last .: '
With the current military situation in the United States today injury in a motor vehicle accident ,. ..,."BOAT RAMA" Jacksonville Coliseum
many of those who would perhaps be furthering their educationsin "> '"
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high schools, colleges, universities are finding themselvesin V. !:
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the various armed services, seemingly away from their educa- This Week,- - -90 .. v 3sday, April 4 :,-.
tional goals. Yet being In the service is hardly an excuse for not Speeding - .'- -8 1'';. '
pursuing an education or continuing with one that may have been Reckless Driving - -3 "ROGER WILLIAMS: At the Auditorium. Tickets prices; $3.00,

interrupted. Going through Stop Sign --- -4 $4.00, $5.00. Time 8:30'p.. m. For reservations/ phone 3542047. .
During the past< few months, the Educational Services Office ofNaval Other Violations75 .
Air Station Jacksonville, has studied this problem very Fifty drivers appeared before .
closely and has initiated many new educational programs which the Traffic Hearing Board at
afford military ( as well as civilian) personnel the opportunity the meeting held on March 28,
to receive an education on many different levels and in many 1967. Disposition of the cases Friday, April 7
different areas of interest. included the following: Two
For those who may not have finished their high school programof lost driving and parking privileges "BIG APE SHOW": At the Coliseum. Time 8 p.m. Ticket prices -
study, there is a new program which provides the necessary aboard station for : $2.00, and $3.00 available from special services building "
courses for the acquisition of a high school diploma. There is various periods; Five were assigned 704. '
also a program which will teach the student how to study, how to complete an eight ,
to take examinations, and how to obtain the most of our whatever ,hour Driver ImprovementCourse 4 .
courses he may take or be taking.Both of these programs also pre- ; Eleven were assignedto ." Saturday, April 75
pare the student with a high school equivalency. '',
complete a six hour coursein 'l.1 .

remedial driving at Jax "JOHN GARY": At the Auditorium. Ticket prices; $3.00, $4.,
For those who desire to take college courses,for credit towarda Police Academy Seven received
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degree Jacksonville University is presenting ,a series of suspensions ; Seventeen were $5.00. Time 8:30 p.m. For reservations phone 354 2047 ,
on base courses which may be taken on an on campus credit given warnings; Nine dismissed -
basis. All of these courses are designed for those who wish to ; Six fined ( U. S. Commis-
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pursue studies on ,a higher level. The current semester Is nearly loner); and Fourteen referredto Tuesday, April 18
over and plans are now being made for the presentation of new commanding officers for Possible '
courses on the same current system.. disciplinary action. The "AUGUSTINE ANIEVIS"", Jacksonville Symphony'*\- At:the
There are also those Individuals who may,not be seeking a college fifty drivers were assessed ,a Auditorium. .
degree but wish to supplement their knowledge in various fields, total of Sixty Seven, points.
or perhaps begin studying a new field There: is,a language: pro-
gram which is being presented by the Educational Services Office ,
which gives the Individual the; chance to learn to speak a foreign Tickets for events may be purchased at Bldg. 704, Special

language. The best feature of the program is that it Is free (D. v 'i n-e S'e r v ic.*** Services/ Ext. 444.
( except for registration fee, and text) and there Is not pre -
requisite or requirement other than interest in the course for
participation. These courses are non credit, courses: as far as

, application toward,a.degree is concerned but, are very creditable ROMAN CATHOLIC
as far as knowledge is concerned. 1iifl.

There are also many USAFI courses available which ,give the St. Edward's Chapel i .

individual the chance to take' college courses at his leisure on a
correspondence course basis. SUNDAY MASS- 0900&1100 ttsqt
With all the above mentioned educational opportunities that are DAILY MASS------- 1145 .
available here at NAS JAX, there is no reason why anyone should SATURDAY MASS1045
feel that they are: being restricted from a chance at success because ConfessionsSaturday
they are in the service and away from formal education.As 1700 1730 & 1900-1930
a matter of fact there are many financial aid programs which Place Within Our Livesby
are there for the asking .. all making education that much more
attractive and feasible. It thus remains up to the Individualas
to whether he wishes to remain stagnant or wishes to broadenhis U.S Naval Hospital Cdr. Dean K. Veltman, USN
outlooks on life through the channel of education. The
work of laying out the programs has been and is being done; by SUNDAY MASS - 0800 "Why did the Puritans come to this country?" asked a teacherIn
others; the choice to take advantage of the programs must be FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205 an American History cl ss.
made by the individidual .,. .;-NOW, "To worship In their own way and make other people do the same."
was the observant reply.
DIVINE SERVICES BIGOTRY raises its ugly head even in the center of the most
PROTESTANTAll cherished traditions. The world has beendriven to the edge of des-
I I IYP45 Saints ChapelSUNDAY'S pair by the dangerous' bigots of the far and recent past. The
NEWS IN BRIEF religious tars between ,Moslem and Christian nearly destroyed
civilization and, in the post Reformation era warfare between
0800 ----Holy Communion Christian and Christian has upset human relations in the West even
09,30 & 1100- -Divine Worship until this very day.
Ends Springboard Deployment BIGOTRY is not, as is commonly supposed the result of studied
SUNDAY SCHOOL beliefs strongly held. BIGOTRY is the result of a mind and life
------Chapel' Annex whose thought could not fill the inside of small thimble. In real

Patrol Squadron FORTY FIVE returned to the U. S. Naval Air Building 722 life the most BIGOTED people are those who have no ccnvictions
at all.
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. Friday March 10 after spending two
sun filled weeks at U. S. NavalStation.Roosevelt Roads, Puerto WEDNESDAY'S G. K. Chesterton hit BIGOTRY between the eyes when he defined
Rico. 1900 ------Choir Rehearsal it as "The anger of men who have no opinion."

While in Puerto Rico the Red Dart Squadron participated in extensive THURSDAY BIGOTRY assails a man ( or a group) on a level where God has
2000 Christian Science placed him. Constructive criticism, of one's self
Anti Submarine Warfare training operations as part of Service especially ,
Operation Spring board, the annual winter training exercise of theU. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month stands BIGOTRY on the AND level of what a person has done with what was given.
S. Atlantic Fleet. The VP 45 P3A Orlons flew more than five 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo find PREJUDICE exist onlywhere though ceases. May
they within
no place
hundred hours In the fourteen day period taking full advantageof (Small Chapel) our lives.
the good flying weather and the many training facilities and
services which are made available during Springboard. The Squadron U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
significantly improved its ASW.readiness. as a resultof ,
posture Sunday's - 100C
this intensive training period and the entire Squadron was highly
praised by its Commanding Officer, CDR J. W. Townes, Jr.,for JTAX A I Ft NEWS
a Job well done. CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT, '
The SPRINGBOARD,: deployment was evidently not all hard work
however most squadron personnel returned;o Jacksonville with dark Today- The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.
tans, and some used golf clubs were reported being sighted among Choir Practice at 7 p. m. paper' distributed/ each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
their luggage.Donation. Sunday- Statiov Jacksonville Florida/
by the Holt Publishing
Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Company, a private firm. All Copy 'submitted for use in
Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Communion the first
Needed For 'NHCGRFlnc. Sundayof Affairs Office Box 2 NAS
the month. Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon
on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed

The Navy Marine Coast Guard Residence Foundation, a non- CATHOLICDaily from all sources Telephone EV 9-7777, Ext. 8762.
profit organization is now ready to contract for construction of Advertisements are solicited by the publisher" and
its first residence for widows of officers of the Navy, Marine Corps 11:20 a. m., Mass queries concerning such should be directed to:
and Coast Guard and Is conducting Its annual drive for donations Sunday-
The Holt Publishing Company, 7950 Blanding Blvd.
during the month of April. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions -
Anyone interested in contributing to this worthy cause is askedto heard before each Mass. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone' 387 4457
forward their donation to Navy- Marine Coast Guard Re-
sidence Foundation, Inc., Building 69, Naval Observatory, Wash- I VOL. 25 NO. 7 MARCH

ington"Residence D. Foundation C. 20390.Inc."Checks should be made"payable to the **************. 30, 7967page
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I Baby Showers Going to .Dogs TicketsSpecial /It's That Time Again/ !

1'f 1 1966 Federal income Tax
returns must be received by the
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Services at NAS. Cecil District Director, Internal Rev-
l Field has tickets for the following enue Service by April 17.
: events:
April 4 Roger Williams- i!
Jacksonville 'Auditorium -$5( ,
$4, $3 50 tf Discount to ser- OPEN SUNDAY
vice men)
r April 7 WAPE "Big Ape .
Convention" Jacksonville
Civic Auditorium ( $3,50 -
." ti 9 v r Y txv $2.50$50 discount to service

men) A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY //jj
V wI April 15 John Gary Jack t.W.
l sonville Civic Auditorium ($5,
I.v. them the VW 16 point Safety end Perform.ne. fa p.et- "
$4 $3
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tf discount to . .
ion. Th n w tund up. tlfht n d and r pl c d verythlnc that
servicemen) needed it. And lu., t..d them IOO% for th. repair or replacement
b toA of alt. major mechanical part' for 30 day or 1000 mil... Com
on in and double check.
Enterprise WIIS 'E' ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL.SYSTEM

Attack Carrier USS Enterprisehas 66 VW FASTBACK Air Cond.. . .. .$2195

won Pacific Fleet Battle Efficiency 66 VW SEDANS. .' : '. '. .$1595
Pennant for 1965 66
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competitive period. Battle Efficiency SEDAN Air .
'Grandma" Ballew 'accepts shower gifts for her "triplet "E" is awarded to only 65 VW SEDANS .. .. .' t' r. .. $1295
grandchildren" from Mrs. Audrey Fletcher., one ship of each type and is basedon 63 VW SEDANS & SUNROOF ; '. ::.$ 50

performance In actual op- 63 I KARMAN GHIA, CONVERTIBLE. $1295
March erations as well as on Intensive "
marked another
27,1967 '
first for NAS Cecil Field, when O'Sullivan ReupsAt drills under simulated battle 62 VW 'SEDANS. ,. . .. . .,$850

Richard and Ruth Ballew(qraoo- conditions. Enterprise is currently KARMAN/ GHIA CPE. . . tf 95 4
parents) stood in for the parents NAMTDIn assigned to U. S. Seventh 63 VW KOMBI./ . . . .. '. J050? 'i"\
at a "dog"* shower held at, the Fleet and }JS .pperating in South v Ii
Navy Exchange Building. ceremonies held March 21 China Sea as flagship of Radm. ----M.OTNERS.--- t

Mrs. Audrey Fletcher. Assistant in the office of Lt. Cmdr. J. Roger W. Mehle Commander 65 RAMBLER 2 DR, R & H. . . 5995 (
Supervisor, at NAS Cecil K. Donaldson, Officer in Carrier Division One. 63 GRAND PRIX Loaded .. '. $1595';

Field Exchange, held a suprlse Charge Training of Naval Air Detachments Maintenance -, 61 HILLMAN 4 DR Auto/trans.,. . .5495 t
shower for the"Babies" '
afternoon. the Monday Cecil Field, AEC J E. O'' 58 HILLMAN/ 4DR. . . ., .5295
received at the Among shower,many shampoo gifts, Sullivan re enlisted for four 28 YEARS FOR CIMARRON/ 64 CHEVY// NOVA 2DR,. . . .57095 r.

brushes and teething bone wereat more years of naval service. 62, RAMBLER STA. WAG.. . .' 5495 .1
the top of the list. Chief O'Sullivan began his OLDEST NAVY SHIP on contin- .
The total weight of the three Naval career in October 1942. uous active commission fleet oil WESTSIDE
new arrivals, born on March 20th He reported to NAMTD 1016 in er USS Clmarron, celebrated
came to 111/2 oz. All are do'ng' May 1966 from Attack Squadron 28th anniversary March 15 at
very well, notes Mrs. Ballew. 36, where he had served aboard special ceremonies in Pearl Har
the. USS Saratoga and the USS bor. Radm. Edwin B. Hooper, VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Enterprise on its last tour of U. s. 'Pacific Fleet Service Force ,
a duty, off the ooast of Vietnam.O'SuWvon commander joined ship's commanding 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511

officer, Capt J.E.Heg, Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun. 1.6 \ ;
In congratulations to crew.
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fall Mr. Loverj or Mr. Weaver J"} i

398-8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.4:30, Mon. thru Fri. 4328 BLAN'DING' BLVD. At Horlow. Blvd. OPEN Fri. until 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C > .

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, EiIiJRLUr Women's Club News Cmdr. Cecil ScholarshipFund



t InstitutedUnder


(! __i-i L the newly developed Commander Henry Baron Cecil Scholarship -
o' ;
! ? conditional employees take
all eligible career or career may
advantage of the training for prospective supervisors and managers.
Tranlng undertaken is directed.toward systematic career devel-
! LI.s opment of employees who have displayed a potential for development.It .
( anticipates the creation of a group of career managers through

THIS s advanced study.
,- -a S. .e;' Each award entitles the recipient to participate In Cecil Field's
WEEK-END Advanced Supervisory and Management Program. The award will
t provide for: payment of fees for the courses of which the programis
textbooks workbooks and the time
comprised; the necessary ;
: required to attend the class meeting during duty hours if the courseIs
offered on station. Each recipient must satisfactorily completeat
I least one course during any one calandar year.' Each award Is
DRr.YS for a period of five years.'
" The scholarship will be awarded to: a person with a high level
of learning ability and an effective personality who needs broad
training in supervisory and administrative fields as a basis for a
future. managerial position; an administrative specialist, grades
0111 GS-5 through GS-12, who Is adequately qualified in his present
MARINE WIVES/ CLUB OFFICERS They are (/left to right), specialty and has given evidence of potential for future growth who
j"on Mrs. Dot Lynn, President; Mrs. Evelyn Cave//o// Vice Presf- is in a supervisory position or possesses the necessary experience

tj dent, Mrs. Jody Chilton/ Secretary and Mrs. Mary Swartz, Trea. qualifications for a supervisory and administrative naturei a wage
j Take,/he tt surer. board employee who has given evidence of potential for future growth
who is In a supervisory position or possesses the necessary
Short Route to j ,Newly' elected officers' of the The Marine Wives hold their experience for supervisory position; the total number of these
t Marine Wives Club were installed meetings at the Acey Duecy Club awards, at one time, will not exceed 2%of the civilian work force.
H4Yk\\\\\ 1 in:ceremonies at the Acey Duecy on the first and third Monday The Civilian Training Committee will Administer this program.The .
Club on March 20. Chaplain evening of each month. All functions of the Committee with regard' to this program are:
DAYTONA BEACH Phillip D. Anderson of the NAS Marine wives are most. cordially (a) Recommend approval of training proposals.b .
Chaplain's Office acted as 'installing invited to attend. ( ) Recommend selection of candidates after evaluation of
$27' 3 DAYS officer. CIIIII.t..O qualifications, from analysis of: (1)) experience ((2)) education
J 2 NIGHTS Assuming their new duties for The babies in the new chap- ((3)) performance <(4)) training ((5)) test results: ((6) corroborative -

,I 50' of 120 Room. Include the next year were Mrs. Dot el's nursery will soon have more Information from supervisors, former employers, Instructors,
Oc..nfront Room with Privet Lynn, President: Mrs. Evelyn things to keep them busy thanksto etc. ((7)) interview reports.c .
J Bath Br.Jcf.at.2 Breakfast and 2 Cavello Vice President; Mrs. the Enlisted Navy Wives Club, ( ) To certify completion of the training.d .
t DInner. (Thl and price 2 Gourmet not in Jody Qiilton, Secretaty; and NAS, Cecil Field.A ( ) To follow up and evaluate effectiveness of training programsand
I .. effect during holidays and Mrs. Mary Swartz. Treasurer. new' organization, the Navy to recommend improvements when necessary.e .
\\ penal IStANDblofAWAIAN events) Special guests for the ceremonies wives plan to make the nursery ( ) Recommend withdrawing approval of training when It appears
I AN 0 Y OAYTOMA INCH MACK AMTMIN1SUItOUNOf '''! in addition to Chaplain their pet project, supplying It that: ((1)) That the.raining plan Is being disregarded of ((2)) ThereIs
I and Mrs. Anderson, were Lt.Col with various articles for the use a failure the part of the trainee in a simllatlng the training given.
I # tpTRY and Mrs. John W, 'Sullivan, of the babies there. ((0 Receiving and acting on objections from non-selected candidates -
Lt.Col. and Mrs. L.E. Lovett. Last Thursday members of operating administrative officials. .
Col Sullivan is Commanding Officer the,club sold baked goods in front (g) Promoting acceptance and stimulating use of this program.
Marine Aviation De- of the Commissary Store NAS Any eligible employee wishing to make application may do so at
tachemnt, NATTC; Col Lovett Cecil Field. The results: a pro- the time announced. The application should be prepared in accordancewith
commands the Marine Air Reserve fit of about $16.00 to .be used th following format: (a) Name (b) Residence and Post Office
THE HAWAIIAN SCEN Detachment .on their Addresses (c) Date of birth and Service Computation Dated
Training
i Meet t' Interesting l : People' NARTU.r, '*' The next sated meeting for this ( ) Marital Status (e) Department, Division, Branch, Section ((0)
Listen 'Romantic Music' -. The evening's activities began" three month: old organizationis Position title rating,"grade, salary*'(g)) Name of'Immediate super-
Admire Beautiful .Serving with a cocktail hour, followed by slated for the 5th of April in visor ((11)) Brief description of present duties and responsibilitiesI
Taste .Delectable" Girls Tropical installation of the new officers, the recreation room of NAS Cecil ( ) Chronological resume of employment experience (prior' to
Drinks a buffet dinner, and dancing. Field's Chapel from 9:3011:30: present) (J) Military service record (k), Resume of educational
Try Tasty Appetizers Some 25 Marine wives, their a.m. New members from the background (1)) Resume of civic affairs background (m) Resumeof
Enjoy. an' .Exciting Setting husbands, and guests attended Cecil Field, Jacksonville and commendations, honors, awards (n) Social Security Numbero
:a andA welcome and ( ) Career
; the evenings activities and remained Mayport areas are goals.
most Exciting: Trio of encouraged to attend.
dance the musicof
to to


I. Exotic SPECIALI PolynesianDANCERS!: ance Chilton."Match'a teenage was Makers arranged band," whose known by appear-as Mrs.the missary at For 8352. D.any or Store Deal additional the(maybe Cecil ext. 488)informationMrs. Field contacted'). Com- ,I WJQ. Q Wa @$ ID@ lID I I'WESCONNETT


.CONVENTION RATES


.'WAIKIKI I SUPPER CLUB c.+ THERE IS A FURNITURE CO.

: featuring
HINANO & THE HULA DOLLS plcN'SAVE-
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NEW USED FURNITURE d APPLIANCESNEW
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8 USED TV SETS
'DAMCf IO THt MUSIC Of'
'.THE ISLANCE.IS.TR'ONO' 5 NEW ADDING MACHINES
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
COVEl'CHAIG<(<
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HAWAIIAN, -----l EASY CREDIT TERMS
I HRS 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In &
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warm welcome that greets you when you come in.' Big as.all the
cash you get. Big as all the things the cash will do for you-liko
pay bills\take care of expenses, balance the family budget. That's
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LOANS UP TO $600

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Jacksonville Area Civil Service News' '





Employees Advanced CSC Guidelines CorrelateEEO



Thru Merit PromotionThe With Local ProgramsThe Pearce's


Civil Service Commission has drawn clear line of,distinction ;
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted between the kind of participation in community affairs that is required
in accordance with
the station's Merit Promotion Program:
and
expected in the Equal Employment Opportunity program
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENTStubbs and the kind of community activity in which individuals may participate Barber Shop
on a purely private and voluntary basis.,
Richard C. TO: Production Dispatcher ,
Agency managers and officials facilities fall
transportation to
Mamich, M. TO
Dragatine : Production Dispatcher
who have responsibility for staffing exist, and this lack forms a OC
Campbell, William W. TO
: Leadingman, A/C Engine Mechanic
are expected to
barrier
participateat the
of
to
acceptance em-
Charles M. TO
Spock : Aeronautical Engineering Technician
the community level with 7847Normandy
Draftsman GS-9 ployment opportunities 'In Fed-
( ),
other employers, with schoolsand eral installations.
Baggett(Metal Jennings) 'H., TO: Leadingman, Rotor Blade- Mechanic, universities,and with other (c), Assisting in find suitable Blvd
public groups In cooperative housing if the difficulty Jn, obtaining DOOR TO
Harding, Joseph} R. TO: Leadingman, Machinist action to improve NEXT
employment housing acts as abarrierto
Keene, Ira TO
E. : A/C Ordnance Worker HAPPY
opporttmlt1es'anl HOUR
community the employment of membersof
Browder David.E. TO: Electronics Mechanic conditions that affect
-
employability. minority groups in a parti-
Stokes, Charles E. TO: Electronics Mechanic .
Glasner, Glen A. TO: Supervisory Electronics Engineer, GS-11 The CSC neither requires nor' cular area. (jobecont.) j t
Hynes, Alton B. TO: A/C Instrument Mechanic advices that an agency either '
Yaunlck Richard R. TO: Airframes Mechanic encourage or discourage employees ATTENTION :
Jones, Ralph A.Jr. TO: Stockman .
in civil
participation rights
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Montgomery, Roy J. TO: Instrument Mechanic (4Elecxronlcs) activity not associated with their AH Flight Crews!

.
PUBLIC, WORKS DEPARTMENT '';e)> official agency, responsibilities.
The Commission said this does -
r
Huggins, Robert S. TO: Leadingman, Electrician not mean, however. that volun- SPRING, Is HERE and with/ / Spring comes cleaning time.
Bradley, William L. TO: Leadingman, Automotive Mechanic tary participation by individual Join the campaign with NEW crew hats,for,your,entire crew,'
'SECURITY DEPARTMENT employees as private, citizensin Call( FINKELSTEIN's for quotation. Afore crew hats come,
civil rights activities shouldbe In North Florida
than
from FINKELSTElN's anywhere.
Fallin, George L. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 discouraged or viewed as
Warriner, Robert L. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 incompatible with Federal em- "CO's Hal FREE with every order of IS Hats; "
Gamble, William E. Sr. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 ployment.Among.
Cibulski Joseph R. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 the community efforts Harry Finkelstein Co. ,
Parks, Charles W. TO: Firefighter (Sturctural), GS-4 officials who' EEO programsare 631 W. BAY JACKSONVILLE 354 -,4675March ,
North, Charles'M. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 responsibility are expectedto
Hall, Drew B. Jr. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 ''"" engage in are the following:
Hall, Glenn M. TO: Firefighter (Airfield), GS-4 (a) Working with schools and
Kuhn, Francis E. TO: Firefighter (Airfield), GS-4 universities to improve and up- FACTORY
Johnson, Bernard B. TO: Supervisory Firefighter, GS-6 grade curricula and quality standards !
Brown, Ralph( W. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 to better prepare studentsfor
Clifton,Jack R. TO: Firefighter (Structural), GS-4 employment in Federal
Jobs, when it's determined Fed-
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DEPARTMENTCooper eral job candidates are not REDUCTION I

,,Ruth D. TO: ,,Supervisory Staffing Clerk<,GS-6 adequately prepared to }meet:
i
,, civil service requirements;
DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT{ '" .1}i""q
'Cbr( ) ,Working with local authorities -
Langille, Robert K. TO: Supervisory Computer Programer,,GS-12 to,,arrange for effective
Turner,James 0., TO: Computer Programer GS-7 public transportation or other
Silbernagel, Richard W. TO: Supervisory Computer Programer, means of making it }possiblefor
GS-7 people to get to work where
Continued Next Week
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New Leaflets OH Way X11

Federal agencies have ordered H
more than 2 million copies ROOSEVELT MALL H
of the Employees Facts leaflet,
"You . and the Public.
Designed: to sharpen communi- CARWASH
cations and improve service to H
the public the leaflet covers

such: essential matters as OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: !AM 5:30: PM MORE THANCHRYSLERS
face to face pilillc.contacts,
courtesy, telephone( manners
and effective writing. h FREE CAR WASH


A Close Shave WITH/ '?5 GALS., OR MORE STANDARD OIL/
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Philadelphia -- Social worker
Jan Feldel was recently 'dismissed SPRAWAX .NOW ONLY 50( &
from his Job by the Boardof

Assistance here because he Located In Roosevelt Mali// Shopping CenterADLEY' PLY MOUTHS +
refused to shave his beard.
Feidel was soon reinstated
however, by the state's civil-
service commission. Noted the MUST GO !
commission: "In the case at
Issue, the board gave the soft-
voiced appellant a more mature,
dignified appearance to command
.respect of reflief recipients he

yisited." LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

NO REASONABLE OFFER

r Jl (7 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-3335 '
TURNED I DOWN,

CnCJuan'n2' LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.


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Phone 384. 44J6
LADIES ONLY

1 &; 2 Bedrooms
DANCING EVERY NIGHT p
Garden Type Apartmentswith Club *South of NMQrt H.wy.J 7-
Country DRIVE-IN SERVICE
Atmosphere
.Kitchens equipped with G-E
Ranges &; Refrigerators CASE ''LOTS at
.Individual Air Conditioning CLAYTON REVELSCHRYSIERPLYMOUIH
and Heating by G i&
Drapes furnished WHOLESALE PRICES!
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) USS Shangri-la Crew I,, '.' Army Engineers Call For Bids ; ;;', :


Played Hast Far ,Spanish :-: .

On Five Construction Jobs ) .

and Earapaan People
Bids on five construction pro- Frank Adamo Drive (State Road structural steel and concrete
jects in Florida with an esti- 60)) on the eastern city limitsof block with stucco finish the
mated total cost of nearly $3 Tampa. Bids on the structure building will also feature some ,
ABOARD THE ATTACK AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS SHANGRI the will be opened March 15 finish.
million, will be opened by exposed aggregate Heated
CVA AT SEA WITH THE U. S. SIXTH FLEET IN THE
LA ( 38))
I, Successful f
,u. S. Army Corps of Engineersin In Jacksonville. and air conditioned the service
MEDITERRANEAN March 20 -- The attack aircraft carrier the bidder the work will be
Jacksonville during next on club will have electrical facilities -
I USS Shangri La (CVA 38)) recently visited the of Palma I
port six weeks. rquired to complete the struc- .provided for 'a kitchen and I
r on the Spanish Island of Mallorca. District Engineer Col. R.P. ture within 575 :calendar daysor serving line. Successful bidder '. I

The carrier arrived on'March 6, after operating with units of Tabb said the largest single proJect 19 months. on the MacDill Air Force Base
the U. S. Sixth. Fleet In the Mediterranean, and stayed for one calls for building Structure Bids will be opened March work will be allowed 335 calendar -
week. 160, a six-bay reinforced concrete 29 for construction of a chapel days to complete the entire '
spillway with automatically and annex and a service clubat job. .
The island, famous as a European .vacation resort was con- :
the MacDIU Air Force Base
controlled to regulate March
gates Bids will be opened 28
of the better of the :
sidered Mediterranean the
one ports by carrier's -
water levels on the Tampa By- Colonel Tabb reported. CostIs and April 5 on several buildings I
crew. Palma which boasts an average year round Pass Canal. This will be the expected to be about $600,000for and additions at Homestead Air
temperature of 71 degrees, offered much sightseeing Spanish I
'first of five water control struc- both. He said the chapel Force Base south of Miami.
I
culture, and-entertainment for the
crew. tures to be constructed on the and adjacent building will con- The March 28 bid opening'features I

Many Spanish and other Euro- USS Shangri La lower end of the Tampa By-Pass tain 10,396 square feet of space. a 15,904 square foot addition !- \
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homeported (Palm River and Hillsborough Constructed of concrete block
pean groups visited USS Shangri- ) to the Commissary buildingin
La during her stay there. Over at Mediterranean Mayport Fla., deployed to the River as a part of the Four with stucco finish, the new facilIty a one-story structure; a

1,200 visitors rode the carrier's 1966 and has operated In September in both the River Basins Flood Control Pro- will be heated and air con- 2721 square foot addition to the

I'. launches to see ,the ship during' eastern and western-reaches of ject.Expected ditioned.A fire station building with a class-'
two afternoons of general visit- the Mediterranean. Ports of call to cost about $1.3 part of the same contract room air conditioned; and a
Ing. Many special groups visited the carriers million the gated spillway will calls for construction of a 19,464 3840 square-foot ship refueling
has visited
the ship, inluding the Mayors Include Genoa Taranto be constructed Canal (Palm square foot two-story service prefabricated metal structure.. 'Apart
and
Palma and Inca and their retinue les, Italy: Marseille, and Toulon Nap, River) about 1,500 feet north of club. Tn be constructed of of the same contract will

and a group of 50 primary grade France; Athens, Greece; istan- provide some paving, accordingto
school children. bul, Turkey; Valletta Malta, and Lt. Giddens Vs. ; Colonel Tabb. Total cost of
Palma de Mallorca Spain. :) all three facilities Is estimatedat
The Shangri -'La Is scheduledto r ; $400,000, and) the successful
HONDA return to Mayport later this Lt. GiddensFor bidder will be allowed 300 cal
,
Spring. endar days to complete theowrk.
Bids will be opened April 5
MOTORCYCLES the past eight years Lt. NAS Agana Guam; VP-17 and of
for construction
Robert G. Giddens Sr. and his FASRON 112, Whidbey Island; a one-story
w. Give Merchant Green Stamp e NEW SEDAN son Lt. Robert G. Giddens, Jr., USS Boxer (CVA-21)); NAS Pen- non-commissioned officers open
Open Dally 8 a.m.p.m.. have been chasing each other sacola; VA-104 and VA-12 mess at Homestead AFB con- ".'
feet of
21.950
taining :
factory Air through the Navy rank structure. Jacksonville. After rceivinghis square
Equipped
Sat. 8 am.6 Equipped with heatingand
p.m. Lt. Gid- space.
The younger Lt. Giddens entered commission In 1961
Closed Sundays the Navy In July 1959 as a Naval,* dens Sr. served with FAETU- air conditioning, the con-
Academy Midshipman and was LANT, Norfolk, Va. and the USS crete block structure will be
MOTORS&CYCLES senior to his father then an Wasp (CVS-18)), before reporting provided with some sidewalksand
A of the
Aviation Ordnanceman Chief to his present assignment as Of- pavement. part
of the Airborne same contract calls for air con-
Less than two years later the flcer-in-Charge
$1959WESTSIDE 'p..... Underwater Detachment ditoning at three airmen's dor-
elder Lt. Giddens was commissioned Weapons .
1! 4949 Blinding Lieutenant (junior grade) at NAS JAX. mitories' Buildings Nos. 402,
VOLKSWAGEN, under the Limited Duty Officer The younger Lt. Giddens Is In 645, and 650 at Homestead Air

i' PH 77.18244 1 I''ISO I ton YIfMI. 1 Phone 787-551? program: Next, Lt.GiddensJr., his first fleet assignment since Force Base. Total cost of all= ?
from the Naval Aca- Homestead AFB work is estimated
graduated with the Naval graduating
,
Academy"classr'of63; ,:and ,wascommissioned demy.. Hei!completed flight J Draining ,. at $600,000 beallowed and the IN.
Ensign, just one in 1965 'and after six months successful bidder will .
in Va 125 335 calendar days to .complete
MILITARYAUTO grade behind Dad. Before he training joined
could catch up with his father, Attack Squadron 195 aboard the the job. .
LIABILITy"INSURANCE his dad was promoted to Lieutenant -' USS Bone Homme Richard(CVA- Colonel Tabb said Army En-

MONTHLY POLICIES' MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO Finally in January 1967 31)). He is presently on his gineers will open bids on March
"Like Father like son", the second combat cruise with VA 22 for air conditioning two floorsof
INTEREST 'OR FINANCE' CHARGES younger Giddens made Lieutenant 195, aboard the Ticonderoga officers quarters at McCoy
AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo. also. (CIA 14). He has flown more Air Force Base at Orlando. Expected -
Lt.:Giddens Sr. enlisted In 1941 than 100 missions in North and to cost about $50,000, the
AGE 21-24 Single $12.80 mo. and during World War 11 served South Vietnam. Lt. and Mrs.Gid- contract requires conpletlon of
and Base Requirements with VP-ll, VP-100 and VH-1. dens, Jr. have a daughter who is the job within 150 calendar days
Rob.rtMfrJ.; is ft Associates Inc.NAS During his enlisted career he one day older than the youngestson after the contract is awarded.
served with NAAS Kingsville; of Lt. and Mrs. Giddens Sr.
.JAX and NAS,CECIL FIELD: Shore Patrol Headquarters The younger Giddens family lives
1st Office N. of Gate .'6483'Roosevelt Blvd: 388-3583 Corpus Christ!; ,.VU-7 San Diego; at NAS Lamoore"Calif.


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teas'eny,

J offo.r And I've got a 1s
WHATS WRONG HEREI Toi ari drlviii!
LJn.c till car wilting to make a riP tin.YM
'r pr.scrlptlonKuarant..d kale looked to too loft aid there Is n
trifle co miDI from (hit,Unction. Should
to you 10 iboad nd tuna
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appearing In /
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FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS ::: the fen but what about the
CEDAR HILLS ORANGE PARK rr string of cm
:: OF CARS G TRUCKS : Coining'front the rightl wail
3633 Blanding Blvd. 1341 17 :: Sure you bo
Highway ..
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SONNY NODINE, Mgr. '"' .., .eoJllfllllpatlll' aid polls I
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ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANY :! oil Tbiri's alas tho daigtr that a child I
may bo rldln; a bicycle dews the wroifsld
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30, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 7


1" VW-4 Hurricane Hunters Ditch Aircraft in NAS Jax Pool: a I


...
Crew Four of VW 4's Hur- the minds of the participating
: II.II ricane Hunters took a pro- crew mmbers.
.': .I. 'I'' ;" ; sessional dip in the pool last The differences encountered by .
week, during a surprise simu the crew was that of the wave
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,. .. ". .'.. ... .., :. The crew members, preparing lighting. During an authentic ditching -
for their forthing coming opera- the wave height could be
tional flights to the cold watersof five to six feet, compared to
Norway, reported to their air- the two or three inches in the
-r: craft at 9:15 a.m. for their pre- pool. The water temperaturein
La flights and by 9:30 a.m. they the pool was a comfortable
were involved in the drill. 70 degrees compared to an icy
aA r"" EI : The drill commenced with the 30 degrees, and the lighting was ,
,..- crew donning their flight suits, good, compared to total darkness.
exposure suits, and mae wests. With the vast differences in the
The patrol plane commander, simulated drill, and an actual
LCdr. S, R. Krause Instructedhis ditching' the drill itself, was .
crew at the edge of the pool termed a huge success not only ,
simulating the wing of a plane, in ditching: techniques, but also .
as to the equipment they would in preparing ones' state of mind
take with.them.A1122 crew members for an actual survival situation.
participating made ready
entry to the water. The life- :U \yS. Savings
craft was deployed, all food
stores, fresh water, navigational \Bonds..r
equipment, battle lantersn, high ,. ;. .
frequency radio and associated -1
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THE CREW MEMBERS of VW 4's Crew Four assembled around the edge of the swimming pool/, the impression the drill left on .,' ').. .' ..>.1 0:)" :
a simulated airplane/ / wing, fo receive Instructions and/ prepare forn //r entry into fwafer>
tlmulattd/mtbtntlc drill last wtvfc. For your :Booting Needs.
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d HAS SmictmonOf NATTC : -. '


f The Month r r Behind The Scene


By Bev Moore .

SK2 Walter T. Johnson, was One of the schools in tbs
selected as NAS SAX serviceman -
receive
NATTC to
compound
of the.'month for February.This little recognition is that of the .
nominaton was based on
Radio
Aircraft Maintenance -
Johnson's consistently high per- graphy School. This week, I
formance record and the outstanding 1:1:
will try to expand on the purpose
Li in which he
manner
and functions of this unique
carries out the responsibilities school.
of his many assignments on board The Aircraft Maintenance

station. Radiography School is a Class ::5J1y'

"C" School, designed for experienced _
Johnson reponed aboard the Structional: Mechanics
U. S. Naval Air Station on March (usually First Class! or Chief:) ; I?
1 :30, 1965 and was assigned to the SK2 Walter. T. Johnson has and their Marine. Corps and Civil : ;.
Food Service Division as an accounting 'been selected as Serviceman Service, counterparts. It is uniquein
f storekeeper. Johnson of the month of January. that it is the only school of

: has t Been> advanced in rate from its kind in the Armed Forces.
1 SK3 to SK2 on April I 1. 1966, the Food Service Division Is This school is pioneering the use
t and reponed aboard after attend- maintaining provision ledgers for of radiographic -destructive i,' I
ing Class "A" School under the Galleys One and Three and the) testing''' in the Armed Forces.
STAR Program. Flight Galley, Johnson is also Radiography is basically the use
alternate collection agent for the of x-ray 'methods and: techniquesto
J Johnson readily accepts rea Food Service Division and Cloth- examine metal pans of air-
: sponsibllity and takes great Ing and Small Stores, which craft for cracks and' internal
1 pride in his work. His positive amounts to collecting and: defects not visible to the humane
"can do" attitude is .reflected accounting for $20,000 to$30,000 ,
-S In his work and In his monthly. He also assists the Bringing the Radiography
daily relationships with othersIn Food Service Officer submit School into> the limelight this -

the Food Service Division. various( reports which many past week was,AFCM: Dorman r LCottingham
times rquire work after hour K. Hensley,: attached tcuAMD( .' '
.
3 Although his primary duty with Chief .. \.
Cecil Field. Hensley was ..\ ,. ,
The Food Service Division is '"f; .,..'. .
'w.
named "Honor Man",of the graduating .' ," ', f
fortunate have a .. '.. ''. '.. !.."." .. ", .
Indeed to a man class for his scholastic
of Johnson's' calibre, since he average of 81.400/0/ at the end of : NATTC Serviceman/ of the Month
sets ,a good example for others the eight week course. Lt. G. C.
by his high standards of per- Mongeon, Training Officermadethe Aviation Electrician's Mate example and tend to foster a .
sonal appearance, conduct.clean: presentations at the graduation First Class Dennis P. Daniel healthy atmosphere in any sit- ...
language, loyalty and respectfor exercise March 23rd.: Class 637 of Aviation Electri- uation."
I his seniors. IB-_ cian's' Mate (8)( ) School Advanced ******** H,
J ********' r, _i Course, was named "Honor Manor One would often wonder what
the Week!' from AEVB) thoughts enter a child's mind '
'h Congratulations are extendedto School. Pets)'Officer' Daniel upon his or her first visit to : ,

1 Airman Harry. Shier and completed the advanced course a military base. A group of.

the members of Class 645A,Aviation of ((8)) School with a final. aver- letters from, the students of St. ,
OENERAALL Ordnanceman (A) School. age of 80.87aNATTC's Paul School concerning their visit.,, .
611,1 Leader ******** to this Command on March 4th,".!
Class 645A, under Class
'
TIRE Shier's'leadership won the honorclass Serviceman of the was received In the NATTC PAO' *

competition .three times, Month for February 1967 is 'Avi- Office. '
during the period, of Nov.f'toMar. ation [Electrician's :Mate First Giving their opinions various
4' c: get .' 22,'967-; *;:Without ithe; co- Class ''Tyrone;E. Cottingham ofy,\ ways' two' children c)1psepog4ryi.);? ',
,4 Final WeeK...our first tiff sale of:the year I You r' operation between' the, membersof Aviation Electrician's Mate (A) to describe their thoughts. rho
f brand new quality tires at extra low prices. Not the class and the'class leader School. Petty Officer Cotting- pass them on to you so that .'

t discontinued.imperfect t/ref. Hurry in today this would not have been possi- ham will be presented with a you might enjoy them also: .'",-OJ,.

f ble. A commendation has, been $50.00 U.S.. Government Savings The Naval Air Base ':''if..*

made'a permanent, pan of Bond and a Commendation by is truly a busy place 'l.i> "':m. .
AN Shier's Service Record.. Capt. Thomas B. Ellison in the It teaches men on land;' in.airj
; SAF1TYJETSfUJtRDY ******** Commanding Officer's office at Uncle Sam takes themfor"lt1t'Is :

"Honor Class'* from Aviation a later date. Petty Officer fair s S :..t.
Ordnanceman (A) School Class Cottingham will also be the recipient -
; $ I I 647A. The "Honor Class" from of a USO sponsored tripto The Naval Air Base

the Aviation Electrician's MateA St. Augustine, Fla. is truly a busy place '. -
4 >\ .tuNU rro ( ) School Is 707. Congratulations "During the eight months that A little city within itself "' : '::1::
+\ 13 /IZES$0x13 Miop0 are extended to membersof Petty Officer Cottingham has .It, has everything from,;,;.; :
been assigned to the Aviation ,
f f both classes. shelf. "'
For AveFN to a ;Pla1nes
I AwNMh.l Airman Thomas M. Hamiltonof Electrician's Mate School, Class

) Compacts/ ; Class 641, Aviation Electri- (A), he has proven himself to The Naval Air Base,. ",.. SIs
l nl/ YImM r j cian's Mate (A) School was named be an outstanding instructor and truly a busy place'i/ :

"Honor Man of the' Week". AN Class Advisor. He possesses Ever'thing.ls'perfect, ; : everyday ,
1UIWSSUxwNJ.I R 1R D Hamilton completed the 22 week comprehensive knowledge of his please keep St that way I *'/;

11587 For IIZEI*.:,*,IS. vy JC14, DeS10N.CO ORIPS R 01 school with a final average.'of rating andj isplays exceptional' 'A MARY CARTER'..
Plymouth.11..1<<.MiwMngTUIOni 89.96%upon graduation. energy; judgement and initiative 'r' $
"Honor Man of the Week" beyond normal requirements of x : ,
J p1 Y MlW II Yr Mil A TRIP ; I f,
from Aviation Ordnanceman (A) duty." : :
j MACKWAUI 'I went to the base r'
,, 67 alas;I2SX14.1.11115 fA School was Lance Corporal Kelvin "His ability to instill initiative with a happy face \,,>1:
119
"'2. For lukfc.M.rcury.Chry.s.r. Ef O J. Millar of Class 645B. and a competitive spirit We met Mr. Johnson :.,
( ,,,, '
3-'00 M Dod, .Oldie Plymouth. tie. NPjrs..bm
I N41 L/Cpl Millar held a final aver- in his students has been aptly his shoes bright with Ronson.I .
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mul/ age of 89.73% at the end of the demonstrated. Petty Officer Cottingham's -
PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICED d'
OTHER SIZES .
S
f. ADD 12 FOR" WHITEWALLS 1 18 week school., military appearanceand got on a bus ..
******** pleasant manner set a good .,'
4 without any fuss .. '
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We went to the mess hall J"
i QUALITY TV GARDEN Reputif torn*fwontit! '
,and had a great ball .. .
HOSE FREE 3-PIECE ,;sj :.

1 1 ONLY WIND 'N RAIN SUIT MONEY IN 1 DAYS Then back In the bus .. ,;

? without ... .
$019' twin-pack S 95 any fuss < ,
ONLYthiiptf 1 We left the base ..,|,( .
+ OP FAMOUS
LUTHERURSANK! I.d.3 1(Wl/f YsWOarbNr.uMlMlur.wwAnaNhM. 25 to 600 with a happy face. ,

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( For safer driving top In for I' by thi donn"SpfCle// Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how
AND
SAFETY BRAKEADJUSTMENT ,POPULAR GENERAL r much want. Pick the cash at
convert-
/ .I GOLF you up your

.W.dollftfll.All....,.....II.:.. :4a) *C85 Bull I't lence. Same-day service. THEMROC/( I

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=, wy B' Nothing t. P*,. oh> f... 3IR LL HA M1fYRl, 1.,
.....-.y Nothutf to Bur ILPMT Go,,,., You Get Mo. Pm' You Get Mo. Pm' j&TERRACESan
r. \ 810 Just Come I. FrY ioo"i ww
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ONLY .....,,., .ur f r.. Suds "IM" r.eu.s"'N.r.; r, Juanat
-- S 84.3 5.00 355.79 21.00
,t- J51.8() 9.00 427.51 25.00 Niblick

2J9.11. 13.00 500.51 29.00 1 & 2 Bedrooms

..4. 5 286.73 J7.00 600.00 34.39 Garden Type Apartmentswith

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atmosphere
Above Payments Include Interest.
.0 Kitchens equipped with GeE

f" GENERAL GENERAL TIRE SERVICE DIAL W Ranges ft Refrigerators
: Individual Air Conditioningand
i i 4520 Heating by G-E A
630
4721 San Juan Ave. Dial 384.2314 w
: TIRE W. ADAMS SAN JUAN 241 Wet Forsyth St. Dial( 356-0735 Drapes furnished
and
.__ Wall to Wall Carpeting
c.n.4N-.w" t.w
.N L*, OPlHI..M..M.-MOH.THaUIAT. 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 Large Swimming Pool
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Movies .;,: .' Club Schedules .:


MOVIES at the will HAS be Jax shown Theatreat 'regularly HAS CECILEM "-; -=::J JAds

6 and 8:15 p.m.t Monday thru CLUB. Tonight is Game Night starting at 7 p.m. Following
Saturday. There will also be a the games The Strangers will provide the musical entertainment.
matinee at 2 p.m. on.Saturday. Friday the Sounds Unlimited will be on stage. Saturday night the
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- Strangers will perform once again. Sunday Phil Kay and the 'shfuld.' be mailed to- the Holt Publishing Company.
pital Theatre will have one weekly Chantels" with "Go-Go" Girls will be featured. Monday there 1950Blandinq Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field 'will be a Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday "The Twigs" not l latet than Tuesday for'publication the following Thurs*
will have two shows during the will be on stage at the Beacon Club. .Wednesday Dick.Widon will day. Adi arriving' too fate for this deadline will be published
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- be the featured band. the following week unless the publisher is Instructed other.
inees will be shown on week- wise.' A'check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. HAS JAX be_received i .WITH tfte copy for the ad.

ACEY DUCEY DO NOT SEND CASH
March 30
March 30 Dinning Room special Pork Chops or Steak $1.00. RATE: Minimum charg ((3 lines). .> . . .' .12.00
NAS: "BORN FREE": with March 31 Stuffed Shrimp $.90 or Steak $1.00. Per additional. ((4 words per (lin..}J. f m, .. .'.0.50
Virginia McKenna and Bill April 1 Roast Beef Aujuf or Steak $1.00. Evening Come as
Travers. (103 min) you are'- Country& Western Nite music by Mel Gaden.
HOSPITAL: "RED LINE April 2 Butter Milk Fried Chicken $.75 or Steak $1.00.
7000': with Gail Hire and James Evening March Wilson & the Red Coats. SYMBRA BRASSIERE CONSULTANT HYDE"GROVE ACRES

Ward.C. FIELD(118 min.) April 4 Shuffle Board Tournament 7 p.m. Improves the bust 4 bdrm., 2 bath,fam.. rm., w/
ISTANBUL": "THAT MAN IN line 28 AA 52M cup Phone flp., Ige. kit., w/built ins., w/w'
holtz and: with Horst Bucc- 264 6906 or 264 4016. carpet, cen.,, heat & air, wooded
Sylvia Koscina. fenced lot. Low dwn.
((125 min.) 1967 AUTO ZIG zAG, assume 5 ''1/4 mtge. $180 pymt.per, '

FRIDAY March 31 r Be cReative ..Repossessed in cabinet. Button- mo. incl. tax & insure' 781- .....
?} holes h'
decorates 0737.
l overcasts etc.
NAS: "THE TEN COMMAND- Write Yir,0 wi Wilt Ad 3 Llus Oily $240e Bal. $28 or $5 mo. 2362 Bland-
MENTS": with Charlton Heston :ing at Cassat. Open 9 to 6 5 MIN NAS FURN GAR APT.,
and Anne Baxter. ((219 Min.) & Sun. 3882541., adj. Tlmmuquanna Club. Utl.
HOSPITAL: ""ORN FREE": RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER: Incl. air cond. $60.00. Ideal
With Virginia ,McKenna 'and,:Bill for single adult.' Phone 384-

Travers ((103 miff.) EnE fl f JOBS AVAILABLE 6288.
C. FIELD: "RED LINE NEW SEDAN .
D3M .C ash I e r IC he eke r t. FOR SALE 63PONTIACVEN--.
7000": with Gail Hire and James
Ward." (118 min.) Factory Air Equipped Clerk Typist tura 'Sports Cottpe"- p/s;'pNt::
TWIN REALTY Train Now Pay Later Jobs: radio & heat: i 1250.00 call.
SATURDAY April 1 open Student Loans Top Jobsin Ext. 8626 or 264>!6421. :|.
Hilda T.NethRealtor Jax area for trained people.
NAS: "THAT TENNESSEEBEAT" High school not required. No age FOR SALE: HAM-EQUIPMENT'S}
: with Earl Richards and limit. Day and night classes. 5-bandExciter LSB, USB, CAM \\'.
Sharon De Bord. "
(92 min.) Rent Free Placement, Service Ac- & SFK -' I kw lineal ?
'Soles amp
"
HOSPITAL: "THE TEN roMMANDMENTS" $1959 .,, Acrcage'Lots credited
Residential-Commercial by N. E. A. A. Phone 771 5509 evens.
: with Charlton
Call
356 5745
Heston and Anne Baxter. WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN Industrial CAREER TRAINING 'INSTITUTE
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((219min.) 284-3681
11501tae.Av.nu. PIton.781.SSJJ! 311 Florida Title Bldg. 1964 KARMAN GHIA EXTRA
C. FIELD: "BORN FREE": Orange Ai>e. S. at Bay St. clean low mil. Must sell '
with Virginia McKenna and Bill Green Cove Springs '
only 1250. Phone 264 2204or
Travers. '
((103 min.)
DIAL 0 MATIC 264.9072.
SUNDAY, April/ 2' 1967 ZIG ZAG
HOSPITAL: "THAT TENN- in Nice console. ''Makes button-, HOW MUCH"MONEY'*CAN YOU ,
ESSEE BEAT" : ,with, Earl 'MLTAR AUTQINSURMCEAli holes, blindhem_monograms' & use,?* Are you willing to,use your
Richards and Sharon De Bord. :: In. fancy-stitches. $36 cash or '$5 ,time for, an extra income? This,f
((92 min.) R/ .nka Ar"Agei mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at' .IsT a' direct'' sales position. .with
C. FIELD: "THE TEN COM- c San Juan Open 9- 9 &', unlimited opportunities.<<:: New:;"
MANDMENTS": with Charlton LOW RATES ,Sunday 388.1551. product in Jax. Get In on the *
Heston and, Anne Baxter. ground floor. Call Gappy Moore "-
((219 min.) EASY MONTHLY JAX SEWING CENTER. 733 6928, after 6 p.m.,

I RENT or SELL LARGE, 3BR, FURN. APT.NEARNAS&CECIL,.
PAYMENTS 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn-' 2 BR, Fncd yd., swim pool 375. .
er lot, fenced yard, like new- call 771.0348. ..
DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771 ,
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE 0374 or 7717874..
Kingsley /I RENT FURN. APT. 3RM t?''

ZIG ZAG FOR $30 repaint, couple: preferred 557.
AGENCY SEWING MACHINE Original Oak 5t.\ ,$17 wk. includes ut1r.
MOTORS Guarantee Makes buttonholes, 388 -.9886.- "' V;,
sews pn buttons, decorative designs '
? MILES SO OF NASJAX 647* Reostvelt' 'IM. 338-7476 monograms, ,etc. Just pay FURNISHED'HOUSE-FORRENll!

2990 Mayport'Rd.. 249-S649 Call Us .AnytimeCOMING off balance $30 on easy terms., 2 BR carpeting, near Cecil Field,!.' '
IN
ORANGE PARK .
Phone 353 1946 anytime* Will 781 3170. {,
deliver, No obligation.
APIR PlICE'IEDUalOIL FOR RENT OR FOR :ALE -,
A-l SEWING'MACHINE CO. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &:
SALE!!. ******* 11 f FHA re ales' 550 & 3100 down+
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.
'62 CHEVY WAGON Radio, I. SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGA 264-2411 Orange Park 'Realty;

Heater, Air Condi, Clean,Hewcar 1 / soo9N TION, Homes for $50 and $100 FOR SALE -. 3 Bedroom House
Trade In. $195 chwn ife- down, Rentals Acreage in- Nice Shade Trees Approx.
vestments. We will build for
livers! you.
2 acres. $13,500. 5747 La:
Bowen Real Estate, Realtor. ,
Maya Ave. Jax. 2 Bedroom
WALTER T. BOWEN, USN Re-
'62 CHEVY NOVA WAGON '
Furnished House *' Close to
A/T Radio, Heater $195 Own # tired.384 1376 shopping 6 West Cove St.,
a Green Cove'Springs $5,000. :;
of CREDIT U TOUCH & SEW SINGERsave Phone 284 3681.
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59 PLYMOUTH FURY 2DR
$249Repossessed FOR RENT: ORTEGA HILLS
Hardtop,Loaded. Show Room '
"" \ makes chain
Four min from NAS. 3BR,;
Con $64.90 down Delivers/ : stitches winds bobbin in ma- .
it : Kit 7646683.
.. ,'1LO'AN PLAN \ :> .. # chine. All, kinds fancy designs. equip. f'
fo_ ", .
64 RAMBLER. Air Cond. I reliable person assume payments ,
# *
Real! Clean. $199 Down" .. "_ ,1'. $10 mo. or $120 cash.
*' "' ""Borrow with as little' .' y"q \N 2362 Blanding at Cassat. Open ATTENTION/

64 CORVA/R .R & H, A/T, *1 3\w.: ;i, effort as writing o check1'.! \' 9 to 6'& Sun. 388 2541.
Spotless $699 Full Price. RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER
$S99 I Dwn. $35 ,Month' !) :I t/ # -

t WATCH FORANNOUNCEMENT BOAT FOR' SALE -17' SUPER- icId

55 OLDSMOBILE GOOD I Craft with Johnson35andtraUer. s .
Transportation $149 Full I IJ.t Outriggers and 2-slx; 1-twelve
Prlcel gal. tanks, wide beam good for' J
off-shore. Good condition, $700. :,,4 ;
---XTRA SPECIALI- Phone 387 4451 or 264 2573 ..
<52 RAMBLER WAGON, AIr ; #/aufEedeAaI eves. and weekends. ' Cone $589 Full Price. ($30' -'.

Down) J C/lHff lNAW
VACATION KEYSTONE AREA, d;
WE FINANCE E- 4's and UPI! sleep ;3. Wk, Mo, or Summer
Ail cars reconditioned and JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 Lease. lax 384-3979 aft. 5.
Ready To Col Tel. 384-1391 or Tel. 'SP, 1-3271 or
Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 FOR RENT- FURN. APT.3RMS. TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD

Pit 2644525 Hours:,Mon-Fr/ 9:30-4:30 ,Hours: Mon-Fd'8.-30-3.-00 repainted thruout. Couple pre CALL "OUR NEW NUMBER

s' .. ferred.' 557 Oak St." $17.00 wk. ... ', 387,.. 445? .. '
.... ,. '" ; '" Ihclii. !..ill Mlltles.. ,.388',. -, .9886.. ... ..... -
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{,: CF Pools To Open In May Volleyball TournamentsStart Blackshoes

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ii I. Monday CF Top Bowler'sThe

t 'Monday begins three weeks contestants and officials at the
of volleyball playing NAS Cecil Gymnasium, Bldg. 498, to discuss Cecil Field'Monday Night
!, ,1 >ek Field. The Sixth Naval District tournament and game rules Early Bowling League closed out
South Atlantic Regionals, and finalize team roster. the season this week with the
: and the All-Navy Tournamentswill Following six matches, a buffet Station Administration teems
be played. dinner and welcome aboard address taking first and second spots.
"Six teams have entered the by Capt. U.L Fretwell, The "Blackshoes" rolled into
Sixth ND affair, whichwill be commanding officer, NAS Cecil first place, and the "Malta -
played as a double round robin Field, will be held at the .golf, Do's" held down the second spot,
,. over 2,000 pins behind the front
tournament. < Also, each match club house at fl 7 p.m: '
fill be the best of five gamesA Trophies will be awardedto running team.
total of 72 contestants will the winning team and runners- Roy Specht ( VFP 62)),
participate in this tournament U.L. had overall high average with a
by Fretwell. A
up Capt.
181. High series with handi-
which will have 30 matches, and meeting of allofficers-in-charge
a possible 150 games. A total and the manager of the winning cap went to L. L. Johnson (VC-
4)) with a 654. High with
of six matches will be played team will be held to make final game
each day, Monday through Fri preparations for the team that handicap was collected byHarry
Frisbie ( Weapons) with 267.
day.Teams will represent the Sixth ND in
i entered are: Pensa- the South Atlantic Regionals,
M MORE SUNBATHING AREA. .An additional 10 feet' of con- cola Navy; NAS Memphis, defending which begins play on Tuesday, VA-44 Takes GolfChampionship
ti. crete surface has been added to the sunbathing area around champions; NAS Glynco; April 11, in the station gym.
.? the Enlisted Mens ppol at Naval Air Station Cecil Field. All Navy Jax; Naval Mine Defense Monday, April 3 .
Lab
\:- pools aboard Cecil, the.ORFt CPO and EM are scheduled to Cecil, Field.Monday's Panama. City; and NAS 10 a.m., Pensacola vs Memphis -
: 11:30 a.m., Cecil Fieldvs The Intramural Golf Championship -
open around.the first of May .,, schedule begins
4lp. .F w < at NMDL; 4 p.m. Jax vs was won byAttackSquadron -
: 9 a.m. with a meeting of all Pensacola; and 5:30 pm.Glyncovs : Four after
Forty two rough
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1. : 'JI. ; w 'J\ : Cecil Field. tournaments with AMD.
1.' Olie Maifor L.s've. Tuesday, April 4. The first match was tied 6 to
10 a.m. Jax vs Cecil: Field; 6. In the second playoff, on
'i 1 p.m., Memphis vs Glynco; March 24, the two teams played
ExhlhitknSet 2:30 p.m.,: Pensacola vs NMDL; three men each, and again tied
: 4 ,p.m., Jax vs Memphis;"' 6:30 4.5 to 4.5 with the final matchto
Last week .. p.m., Cecil Field vs Pensacola; be played on March 27.
'
Four major league ball teams and 8 p.m., NMDL vs Glynco. Then last Monday, Cdr. JamesW.

will stop.by Jacksonville for exhibition Wednesday, April 5 Roberts, CommandingOfficer
games next weekenrouteto 10 a.m., NMDL vs Jax; 1p.m., of VA 44 and Commander
the north, and opening their Pensacola 2:30 T. L. Healy Maintenance Of-
vs Glynco; ,
said regular season. p.m. ficer of AMD played the final
Cecil Field
J we vs Memphis; 4p.m.,
;! ;'S. I h4 On Wednesday' April 5theAtnanta"Braves' Glynco vs Jax; 6:30 p.m., Cecil game. The score was very close
National Lea- throughout the match.
( Finally on
Field vs NMDL; 8 Memphis
: :" gue) will playthe Minnesota vs Pensacola. p.m. the 18th hole, Cdr.Roberts came
H. "Twins" (American League"at through with tb win. The
: .* *'s ,Thursday, April 6 a.par
yes. 1:30 p.m. 10 a.m., Ulynco vs Cecil Field; final score was 2.5 to .5 giving
Saturday, April 8, the world 1 p.m., Jax vs Pensacola; the new champions a total of seven
champion Baltimore "Orioles"will 2:30 p.m. Memphis Os NMDL; points to five for AMD.
take ontheNational League's Attack Squadron Forty Four
: : to a mailman who needed just.a bit in 4 p., Jax vs Cecil Field; 6:30 will be awarded
more ,. "Amazing Mets/ a 1:30: p.m. p.m. Memphis vs Glynco; and a team trophy.
I ... "J' to swing a week's vacation in Miami game. 8 p.m...Pensacola: NMDL.. The members of the team, Cdr.J. .
'. Tickets are now on sale at the Friday, April 7 W. Roberts: Lcdr. W.' C.
A i' Wolfson baseball park In the Suns 10 NMDL Frith, Lcdr. F. D. Lawler, Lt.f
i toan airman who the color office. For reservations, a.m., vs Glynco; Davis, D. L. '
R.LT. Captain Wag
; ? got. .family a ,;' :'" *t I1 p.m., Jax vs Memphis; 2:30:
4307 or stop'by the office and ner, USAFj Lt. W. F. Waples,
, ,; ... TV instead'ova black and white portable.' p.m., Cecil Field vs Pensa'cola;
"f 1'. pick up tickets. The Suns ticket 4 p.m., NMDL vs Jax; 6:30 Lt. M. F. Falcon; and Lt. D. A.
; office is open Monday thru Friday Pensacola Iverson received individual tro
and
p.m. vs Glynco '
it t' to a salesman who wanted to pay his insurance :'. .: from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7:30 p.m., Cecil Field vs Mem-; phies. .
and until 1 p.m. on Saturday.
I ,:. premiums in one lump sum. phis. CF Raiders
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I ......\ days home if he went by air. II HARUEVDAVIDSOIViNew ]r The Cecil Field'Raiders Soft-.
ball team kept their seasongoingstrong (
it te'Cher'w w: ::: by routing Mel's Sunoco
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to a school o needed luggage w 11-9 and St. Johns Baptist

: i. t .for. a tour.Wfe're. SPORTCYCLES Usedti Church 9 2 In the last weeks' ,
; *,* f". Softball action.

f] OIL FREE INSPECTION ACCESSORIES g In the game whit Mel's Sunoco,
f : : the Raiders.were led in the pitching -
; 6481 Roosevelt Blvd. :: department by Jim Bussell
! l ADAMEC '8 r 1:: (VA.174)), who tossed the spherefor

not 0.',.."Jo.....................,J'.... ....._... ...............-.....-..'of''. NAS'' ......Jax................................384.7690.........:-... .".:;o....j..g...:.:.:. four innings, striking out
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nine hits. He was relieved in
the fifth by Steve Burton (VA -
: :' 44)), who came up as the winning
in business pitcher for the Raiders. Burton

walked one, struck out seven and
gave up two hits.
Later in the week the Raiders

to no. BELLAIR trounced Church 92Steve St. John's Baptist Burton

; say
'' tended the mound duties once
again for Cecil, racking up 11
S strikeouts and rot allowing any


: Too bills? Unify them with walks.Carmickel and Hogan had the'
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 11



I :J: xa.ra: BO, 1.io.g: Navy Tankers Host MeetLast I


Saturday morning Navy W. Johnson, M. Tipton,C.Glara-
Atlantic League JAX Swim Team coached by ton, R. Puleo, G. Bunn P. Dal-
Chuck Phillips continued to demonstrate zell and M. Nicholas. Ellen
I Team Won Electrons 9 11 its all around Smalling won the 50 meter free-
Pin Teasers 14 Lost Pin Benders 8 8 strength during the 10th Winter style and 100 meter butterfly.She .
Bean Burners 13 ;, 7 6 Rip Cords 8 12 Development Meet conducted at also anchored the record
Vigalantes 7 9 the Naval Air Station Indoor'Pool. breaking relay team ( 15 17
NARTU Foggy Five Chiefs 12.5'11 ::7.5 Mad Foxes 1## 1 5 7 Winning 14 events during the age group) in the 200 meter
11 9 King Pins 4 8 morning Navy Jax continuedto freestyle relay event, made up
NOMAD Chargers 11" w 9 9 Molorolas 1 in expand its image as an emerging of Ginny Bunn Sandra Fortin,
t A190 power before visiting, teams Rita Puleo and herself. Karen
10.59.5
. SCHRDLJBJC Spoilers 10 ,,' I' 10 INTRAMURALGOLF from all over the state and South Rush swimming in the eight and
Seabees 9' .: 11 ern Georgia. Winning two events under (age group won the 50-
were Ellen Smalling and Karen meter freestyle .and 50 meter
9
Druthers 11
Rush, while single events were back stroke.
Tipplers 7 13 American League won by C. Rush J. Gardner
,
BB Stackers 2 18
(Handicap Scores) TRAFFIC WAS LIGHT AROUNDthe
Rational League Team Won Lost basket as the Filers' Jerry
Team Won' Lost VAP 62 0 2 Allen watches a last second SBob's
Sky Warriors 21 3 Hospital "A" 1 2 field goal scored by the Strap- Oak Hill
Aces 17.5. '.6.5 Fleet Weather Fac. 3 0 pers last Wednesday evening at
Ficeur CPO's 17 7 A/C Maintenance ,1, 4 Lackawanna Park. The basket Pure Service CenterOpen
Caduceus 15 9 Dispensary 3 1 was of no consequence in a 59-
. Rejects 13 11' Gems 2.5 2.5 51 Jax Navy victory. The road for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
;: BLU 12 ,. 8 VW-4 3- I' was a bit rougher two nights
NFL "B" 12 12 FAETU 1 2 later however as Edward Waters
Cannon Cockers 11 9 NARTU "A" 2 1 College of Jacksonville elim- road services pick vp. & delivery .
", VP 30 "A" 2.5
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,' Hurricanes'" 8 T 16 1.5 inated the third seeded Fliers
Flag Staffs 5.5 ,;::18.5: National I League from further competition 52 mechanic on daty..American. & Foreign Cars
44 in the 31st Annual Recreation -
. Lucky Seven 5 19 City
, Team Won Lost 103rd & James Rd.
Riggers.3 ,i214y sponsored Outdoor 771-9156
Scramblers .5 .5 Tournament. Jacksonville, Fla.AVIATO .
" j' American/ Leogue''' ,...:' Overhaul & Repair 2 1
'\ 679th (Air Force) .0 1
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!. Team I Won Lost Marine Barracks' '0 3 JAXSGREATEST
Cloak & Diggers 19 9 Supply 0 2 I
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: AEWRONFOUR 16 12 VP 30 "B" 3 0
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' NFO "A" 15 13 NARTU "B" 3.5 .5
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I Ii; Motorcycles Begin -90 Day Trial Operation April 1 1st MID-



Beginning this Saturday, and marking the first time since 1956, Affecting some 100 cycle owners In addition, the cycle owner CITYJAX'S
.. motorcycles and motorbikes will be allowed operating privileges the revised policy was a will have to maintain a valid
aboard NAS Jacksonville for a 90 day. trial period. product of a March 1st. Commanding motor vehicle operator's permitand NEWEST
Officer's Conference vehicle registration. CHRYJUR-PLYMOUTH
meeting, with, the original discussion Personnel planning to operate "DIAllR"
introduced by represen- their machines aboard will pre-
r' tatives of VW-4. Also Instru- sent evidence of a completed
mental In relaxing the 11 year cycle safety inspection. To qualify -
ban was the NAS Chaplain's Office individuals may have the inspection LET YOUR OLD
Military Morale Committee.The conducted free of chargeat CAR MAKE THE
1956 trial period only covered local motorcycle shops who are DOWN
t cycle''"movement to and from the members of the ,Motorcycle and PAYMENT
married housing area; the revised Motorscooter Businessmen's
policy will allow cyclesto Association, according to Dick
travel and park anywhere automobiles Peters, the organization's pres- 65
are authorized.The ident. NAS Security will also FORD STA WAG
cycles and their owners conduct the inspection. Pertinent 6 pass V/8, Auto/trans.
MF will be subject to automobile points of each cycle's inspectionwill SPECIAL PRICE
regulations promulgated in COM- be front and rear brakes .$1988
FAIRJAXINST 5100.7, NASJAX- tires and wheel alignment, head-
Ii">, INST 5560,6C and NASJAXINST light, stoplight/tail-light, mir-
5512.1G<, Specific regulationshave rors and approved mufflers.
\ been designed for the two- Faulty and careless riding '"
.. wheeled operators! in additionto habits caused cycles to be remOved DODGE CORO
$10,000/20,000 bodily injury from the naval air station NET 6 pass, Sta. Wag
and $5000 property damage liability the last trial period;,.cyclists V-8, Auto/trans., P/S.,
t, .. ... insurance required. Among are asked to heed proper One Owner. $ZOfttLu
-r. destined become these: safety habits and driving courte-
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THE MAIN/ GAff motorcycles area to
cycles Owners will follow a standard sy. NASJAXNOTE 5560 rotes,
visitor's 'lot make their
v parking
a as appearance
cycle on base procedure the cyclist should "use proper
for a 90 Joy trial period aboard HAS Jacksonville. required at other military discretion when operating in
installations. Cyclists will be housing, chapel and hospitalareas. PLY, BELEVEDERE
( AMA Provides 8 Point required to wear a form of'Protective ."' It r 4 dr., V/8, Auto/trans.,
headgear (helmet) approved .A The notice also says that, "no Air Cond., Extra Special
by the American Motorcycle passengers will be allowed on :1cc. $1688DESOTO
Safe-Cycling Formula Association. These helmets a two-wheeled motor vehicle.
In'approved ''styles and mo- Preliminary plans call for the
Navy motorcyclists are reminded: that relaxation of the air station dels are available through Jack- assignment of die main gate cycle
restriction rule toward cycles shouldn't prompt a relaxed attitude sonville-area cycle dealers in parking area into a visitor's t:
toward basic safety rules. Here are elect safety hints taken from: addition to those sold in the Navy parking lot. During the initial 2 DR.
: the American Motorcycle Association's handbook.. The AMA"urges Exchange on the station. If trial period, cycle owners and Hard/top Extra Clean, V/8, Auto/Iran.A real
A.. all riders to: the cyclist travels off-base in operators will be encouraged to BEAUTY
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: .. (b) Check all controls before enter the left traffic lane well '
,starting engine. After the enIn advance of the intersection. > DODGE DART G.T.
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gently on the front brake. Heofr you from the opposite lane ( '42 IMPERIAL LE'
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