Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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WllUrj 4 wtMr'( TIM ntwuMot of*tfvwttM .nU p this publlcMlo*ton uteoiHUIuU M tndoraOTMit {My MUUiy *:V The treasury has announced that beginning May 1, 1967. personnel VOL. 25 NO.3. u.s.NAVAL A1A STATION.ClCSONY/UE.. .owDA APRIL 13 1967
who purchase Series E Bonds through payroll savings plans or .
"bond a month" plans atbanks will be eligible to also purchase
Treasury Notes called Freedom Shares.. The cost of these shares :
is 81% of face value and they mature in 41/2 years from date of Candlelight ClubAmioiiiiciRieiif Former Naval Cadet
purchase which is an investment of approximately 4.14 k" ;
This compares with an investment yield of 4. 15% for Series E ,{
Bonds held to maturity. The purchase prices and maturity valuesof
Freedom Shares and comparable Series E Bonds are as follows: Returns As New XO 1
be open from April 16 to April j,
Cost Value In 4 1/2 years Cost Value in 7 1 years. 21 ONLY TO THOSE PARTICIPATING a
W in the, Military Commander Herbert L. Donald i
Jr.. assumed duties Executive ;'1,
20.25 25.00 18.75 25.00 Dependents Golf Tournamet. as -
40.50 50.00 37.50 50.00 The opening date of the cjubto ) Officer of NAS Jacksonville 1
60.75 75.00 56.25 75.00 allmilitary personnel will last Monday April 3, reporting -
81.00 100.00 75.00 100.00 be announced at a further here from duty inRoosevelt -
date. Watch Jax Air News for Roads,Puerto Rico wherehe
was operations officer for
It is emphasized that Freedom Shares may only be purchased further announcements. Commander Fleet Air Cart-
in conjunction with Series E Bonds of the same or larger face bean. He relieved Cdr. RJE. t'J
amounts. ( It should ,be noted that military personnel .purchasing HR To BeginAnnual Edwards who had been acting .J(
savings bonds on the allotment basis are. considered the same as executive officer since the recent A
those on the payroll savings plan.) Course transfer of Cdr. Robert D.. Kun-
Additional information concerning specific procedures for kle. 1
obtaining Freedom Shares will be published by Navy Finance The annual Navy Relief Training -
Office prior to the May 1, 1967 availability date. Course will begin on Monday Duty at NAS JAX Is not entirely -
April 24 and continue through new to Cdr.Donald either
Monday. May 15. Classes will although it has been a numberof
JAX Fleet Weather be held from 9 a.m. to noon years' since his tour hereas
Facility Monday Wednesday and Fridayat a Naval Cadet in 1941.

the Gator Den Naval Hospital. r
It is still possible to signup considers himself Donald native says he of .s,

Hosts NWSED ConferenceFleet for Relief this Office course at by Ext.calling 737.the Navy Florida although born a In Georgia -"

since his parents. Mr. and
Miss Barbara Blair Navy Re-
Mrs. Herbert L.
Donald of 325
Weather Facility Jacksonville Panel discussions were heldto lief representative from Wash- 36th St.,West Palm Beach movedto CDR. H. L. DONALD, JR.
under Capt. John P. ington D.C. will Instruct the
inform Officers
in Charge Florida while he was quite
the Soloman
in Island
volunteers during the 30 hour cam-
Fleet USN was host to a Naval of the detachments on such mat- young.'
Weather Service Environment ters as Supply Communications course. Free nursery care will paign.
Detachment Officer in-charge Resources Management Ad- be available for children whose Since entering the Navy In
Conference on April 5 and 6. ministration and Personnel the mothers' are enrolled in the February 1941, Cdr. Donald has His medals include two Dis-
Seventeen detachments under DOD Civilian Substitution Pro- course. served at numerous overseas tinguished Flying Crosses Four
Mrs. U.L. Fretwell Mrs.K.A. Air Medals and the PresidentialUnit
the Fleet Weather and stateside
Facility at gram and Meteorological Mat- stations including
Burrows and Mrs R. Searle head Citaton for duty with VB-
Jacksonville were representedat erial Maintenance. duty aboard ship.
the conference. The local Panel members included top the volunteer workers at NAS He has attended Photo School, 104.
detachments include Cecil Field level personnel .from the'Con Cecil. Mesdames MJ. Stack Pensacola; General Line School
and Mayport, but other detach- troller's Office Industrial Re K.P. Rehrberg. ]r., C.D.Sb'non- Monterey Calif.; and Air Commander Donald is marriedto
ments extend from Key West to lations Office and Supply Department -' sen P.P.' Bowler.O.K.Gilchrist, Command and Staff School Field the former Miss Martha M. ',
I. Memphis to Corpus Christ. and of NAS.Jacksonville Personnel A.N., Fowler, T.N.:McDowell, Officers Course: ,Maxwell AFB Fors of New York City and they
J Kingsville,Texas. v Officer 'Cbmptolfer?" .JJH.. Foresman, and.JVLP*Myers, ,..,,.:,:.Alabamba..._ .Il"1"-\1 .....",.", '0'::..;'. N'.;reside at Quarters N aboardrthe t'J.
ol ,
Chafrmen NAS T"f'
the Jacksonville : Air
The NWSED Systemwasestablished from the Office of Naval Weather are Naval Station. 'They.have":. .
early last"year to providea Service Washington D" C., and volunteers. During World War 11, he served living in the Virgin Islands and a
more efficient operation Officer and civilian personnel For further information con-' from December. 1941 to April daughter Linda who attending .'
throughout the Naval Weather of Fleet Weather Facility, Jack tact the Navy Relief Office at 1944 as a combat pilot in the Florida State University,Talla
Service. sonville. Ext. 737. Pacific area where he partid- hassee.

I 222 JAX Personnel Advanced In Rate ::1:1To

be advanced April 16, 1967 AUGUST

RM3 J. W. Aldridge'; SD2 E. New Computer Systems ABH3 O. L. Bachhofer DK3R.
H. Alejo; AEl J. F. Almack; W. Berry; HM1 D. M.
EMI L.' A. Amaral; SDl I. S. Coldiron; ADJ3 B. W. Dunn;
Apostol: SD2 R. T. Arcusa; RM3 Speed Promotion Totals' ADJ3 G. M. Ehrlich; ADJ3V.
M. L. Asher; AOC J. L. Austin O. Englar; SD2 N. C.Evaris-
A03 R. R. Baldock; PH3 H. E. to; HM3 C. Ferguson; ADJ3 B. 4 I.
Becker; ETN2 F.l.Bennett. PC3 The list of advancements In rating are in for personnel of NAS JAX. According to figures printedin E. Gentry; ABH3 P. J. Green; ",
T. T. Benson; ETR2 F. H. Bink- the April 5 issue of Navy Times 106,601 sailors on active duty will be advanced in rate as a resultof AC3 W. Harrison; ADJ3 K. 'V. '
ley; ATR3 E. W. Bishop; CS2R. the February Exams., This figure does not include promotions for either air or surface TARs. But ,Hohenshelt; ETN3 M. L. Johnston
Blackford; RM3 J.J. Blasuc- for the Regulars and Reservists on extended duty the promotion figures are most impressive. ; AE1 B. M. Jones; MU2
cl; ETR2 M. D. Bobal; ETN3G. Included in the total are 59,468 promotions to third class;; 32,046 to second class; 10.311 to first W. E. Jones; AMS2 P. R.
R. Boston; AZ3 D. L. Bowne class and 4785 to chief. Kelsey; SD3 I. L. Laguador;
AC3 C. Bradwell. AK3 T. T. At NAS JAX, 222 personnel will be advanced; 132 on April 16;'30 on July 16; 33 on August 16; ADJ3 N. McForland; PR2 E. E.
Braraian; ABHl E.S.Brooks:MAl 20 on September 16; and 7 1 on October 16, 1967. Two people were named as designated strikers Mills; ADR3 C. F. Morey; ADRCW.
C. F. Brown; ETN2 W. J. Buck- effective October 16, 196'1. The number of personnel who passed the exam but were not advanced in Moscardinl; ATN3 D. R. Ni..
ley; AC3 D. B. Burnham; AMH3J. rate due to quota limitations came to 37. col; ADR3 C. W. Rader; ADR2
F. Carney; MU1 B. Clamor; According to Navy Tmes this was the first time Navy'personnel planners used an advanced computer O. Robinson; ADR2 N. R. Selke
AC3 E. G. Clayton;ADR3 L.Conner : system at the San diego Personnel Research Activity to help "massage" the figures. As a result SD 2 J. S. Sison; SD2 M. D. Tad-
; SK2 S. L. Cooper; Sill W. the figures mentioned above represent virtually all the promotions which can be expected from the eo; AC2 K. H. Talbert; ASH3R.
Cornellier; ABHl E. L. Cotner; February tests. There may be a relative few promotions made later either as "straggler" advance- D. Valor; YN3 H. G. Ward
MMC J. W., Covington: ; RD3 T. ments or as a result of further evaluation of the manpower situation.But AC3 H. A. Wheeler; ADJ3 M.
Crotty; DK2 I. L. Cunningham; the planners are confident that the resulting number is final], and that there will not be many Winklepleck: ATN3 D. F. Wold.
CS2 R. E. Dahmer; GMG1 R. P. additional of situation but there does ,
promotions as February s exams. The may change, appear
.Davis: CYN3 J..A.Deru ngABF3; that many more names will be added to the already published names. SEPTEMBERAC3
F. ]. Dodd; ETN3 J. L. Dohohue; -
A03 J. W. Doonan; ADR3 D. D. Howard; AEI F. S. Howell; PN horn: CS2 A. E. Ransom; TU1 JULY F. E. Atkinson; YN3C.
Dubose; AK3 N. Dukes; AC3S.L. 3 P. W. Hukkl. R. Raus; ATN3 M. C. Reams; Brooks: ADJ3 R. J. Carlson;
Dumoulln; AOl A. W. Dunn; TD1 ATN3 J. Hutchinson; AE2 J. HMC B. E. Richmann; AMS2 DT3 F. M. Beaver; AC2 B< AX3' R.. Coppinger; AMS3 D. "'
L. Isham; ASC E. F. Jenkins; C. S. Robertson. M. Bishop TD3 T.. S. Bond
J. A. Dyer; ETN3 S. L. Dykman; ; M. Dill;'' ADJ3 J. T. Gianitsls;
EOHSEndres; SD2 B. S. Erese; AC3 R. M. Jensen; RM3 J. R. DK3 D. R.. Robyn; AE3 J. MU1 S. W., Butler; DT3 R. W. SD2 E. Gonzales; ADJ1 L. J.
ETR2 G.F. Evans; JOS E. L. Kegley; AMH3 L.Kingsley;CYN3 E. Roddy; AZ3 ]. W. Sarver; Cot tie; AC2 J. V. Cowan; AMS3E. Knief; ADJ3 B. E. Leonard;
Fellers; AO3 R. H. Finger;ETN2 E. Kleinsorge; AC3 M.E.Koenig; MU3 R., Schueler; ETN2 R. W. Darden; ADR3 D, R.Dol- ADJ3 C. M. Lizardi!; AMH2 B.
N. L. Foltz: ATN2 G, V. Fuess: SD2 P. B. Lapada; AC3 J. V. J. Sewell; RM3 s: A. Sharp; bee; Act T. L. Edwards; PR3R. Mahrenholz; EN-1 J. E. Motherly -
TD2 S. A. Gallegos; AMS3 C. E. Leach; ETN2 M. M. Leiby; RM3L. DK3 W. M. Shaw; AX2 R. E. C. Folk; ADJ3 D. L. Gam- ; ADR1 T. C. Morrison; MA3
Garner; CYN3 E. A. Godfrey; S. Lennox; AKI D.G.Leonard; Shirk DT2 J. Shoemaker;HM2 bill; DKl N. D. Gerstner; AMS3L. E. E. Plontr ATN2 D. R. Pres-
EM2 R. J. Greene; ETR2 C. R. A02 R. E. Long; AE3 J. R. M. B. Shrader; AE3 R. A. Skrut- A. Golden; AK3 M..Hanson;' ley; ADR3 R. D. Schwer; AX3
Greenway ASH3 T. J. Gruebnau; Ludwig; AMS3 G. E. .Mangold; ski, DK3 J. L. Smith; MU2W. MUl W. Hillbergf; 5K2 E.. J. J. G. Semivan HM3 M. Sll-: .
AMH3 R. E. Gustafson; .ETR2A. AE3 G. D. Maurer; PC2 C. N. C. Smith; ASM3 R. W. Stolo; Holme; DT2 J. T. Howell; llman; EM3 R. Springborn;
G. 'Haes; AR2 S. W. Hall; McCall; TM3 H. A. McCoy; PR2F. ATN2 W. L. Stunner; AKC R. T. ABH3 J. A. Kirkland; A03 T. EM3 D. P. Steward.
CYN3 R. W. Hammer; PNC R. D. McGill; AK3 E. J. Mclean; Swagel; HM1 S. Sweigart; AMHl Le if ester; MU1 D. Losbardo;
J. Harmel; ETN3 A. Hartman; PN2 J. McMunrey; DK2 B. F, A. Thompson; SD1 V. L. Town- ADJ3 A. R. Lundgren; DK3 G. '
Miskec; AZ2 R. G. Mitchell; er; ETN2 G. Vanhooser; SK2 D. Mollberg; AZ3 K. M. Paul; OCTOBERPN3
Har-r ; ETN3 J. W. Moody; ETR3M. W. E. Varnes; AO3 J.W.Vaughn. ADJ3 J. P. Platt; PRl E. S. D. Bergen: PN3M.
lU R. W. Hines; ETN2 A. M. Hite; J. Newell; AE3 E. D. Payne; AOC P. L.Walsh;AC3 E.Wheeler Rietbrock; DM3 F. E. Royce: Enriquez; SD3 J. R. Gaba
CS2 C. D. Hood; CYN3 S. E. ASH3 N. Pegg: DK3 P. Plum- ; YNC M. C. White; Act ADJ3 G. L. Schorn; A03 T. L. AE1 W. Gambrell; BTC J. A.
Hopkins; ETR2 C. Horegs; mer; AX2 S. G. Rainey; CYN3 R. B. White; and MA3 I. K. Shreiner; AK3 C. L.Stoner;snd Hawkins; PN3 C. M. Kirkley
DK3 T. J. Hosley; AMS1 H. L.' J. A. Randall; AZ3 E. I. Rank- Williams. ETR2 R. D. Wright. and ADJC R. L. Tobey. '

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,D I Y n e Services .
YA & Cons
of NowBy aij Pros .. 4

... j a 0 J 21UheJf
Ed Sowa ROMAN I'' iui i nleuer written by Alan R. Ogden and the reply -
Of all freedoms and privileges guaranteed by and contained in by Lance Corporal Ellison, son of Capt. T. II. Ellison, C. '
of the Edward's 0. of NATTC were recently published in the Cavalier Daily, ,
the Constitution of the United States, one most important Sf. ChapelSUNDA ,
Thanks is extended the editor the Cavalier
Univ. Va. to of
is the It is this right which insures the maxim t
ones right to vote.
Dally In making these letters available to the lax Air News staff
Government of the - a.m.
upon which this country was founded: People, for publication.
by the People, and for the People. It is through voting that we, and 11 a.m. *
each and every citizen of the United States, determine how the DAILY MASS - 11:45 a.m. Dear Sir: .

country will be run, who will run it, and most importantly, upon SATURDAY MASS --IO:45a.m. I write in response to your editorial of Sept. 30, "On 'Vietnam :
what principles it will operate.In CONFESSIONS -, Saturday I." There are contradictions and obfuscations in that interestingand
this modern, space-minded, and hurried age the United States 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&-7:30 p.m. intricate piece of type which can easily lead to a diminished
,finds itself one of the leading governments of the world, a country rather than an increased understanding of the war.
whose constant job it is to help safe-guard democracy and freedomnot U.S. Naval Hospital The editorial discusses the moral question. Cries of "Immoral'
only here but also throughout the world. It is a most heavy come from those who believe that human life has more value thanas
responsibility and requires that all its citizens aid in this task. a diplomatic tool and that people (NLF et al.) fighting foreign
The duly elected officials of our country very often appeal to the a.m. invaders (USA) for the liberation of their nation at last should not
voters for their assent or dissent concerning Issues vital to i world be struck down to their graves but rather understood and even aided.It .
balance and domestic harmony.. How many times do these appeals PROTESTANTAll would seem that if morality has any meaning it means that to
fall upon fallow ears? How often do we fail to vote on referenda live is desirable and to die is undesirable. And surely the CD
and Issues so important and vital to our country's operation.? Saints Chapel realizes that more people than Americans "are being killed out
Those of us who are in the armed forces of the United States there." '

,should pay special heed to this responsibility of voting. We are DEVINE SERVICE 10am. If -r moral) considerations do not apply fri international politics
fighting and giving our lives for the protection of this and all our SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m. then why mustU.s.withdrawal be "honorable"? If moral considera-
other freedoms, yet very often we fail to perform the task of Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 tions do apply, where is the honor in withdrawing later from a
casting our ballots when the time does come. Why do we fight if
CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. conflict which should end now? What is "cowardly" about retreat-
we do not take advantage of that for which we are fighting? Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 ing when the aim ("Point B") is extrication from the conflict?
The absentee ballot that we may cast is as Important as the WEDNESDAY The editorial was written under the influence of America's most
one which Is cast at the polling places. It has a unit value of one, Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. debilitating creed, anti communism. Anti communism simplies
equal to that of else's vote. It is one vote which may determinethe
anyone THURSDAY an analysis of politics, but it distorts reality to the point where a
success or failure of some issue or election of some official.In
of with The
Young Adult Group 7 great deal fantasy is being analyzed along politics.
essence, it is extremely important and thus should not be care-
Christian Science Service editorial implicitly ridicules the ridiculous set of mind of the
lessly forgotten or disregarded.One anti communists, but is fouled in their peripheral tendrils never-
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of the most prevalent reasons for the failure to cast one's SECOND MONDAY ;f Each Month pjn theless. .,,If Vietnam, is "one small, under developed, relatively
,vote servicemen: is the failure to follow the necessary -
among Chapel Women's Guild unimportant ;(Asian nation in whom we have no real economic or
procedures to vote. It is not a difficult task to vote, yet there are r9:30a.m.Quapel territorial interests," to quote again the editorial, then why must
certain: measures which must be observed if this right to vote is ( Center) men die ( as the editorial, contends they must) to prove to Premier
to be properly exercised and administrated. Ho that he can never win South ,Vietnam? The implicit rational-
Various stages have different rules and regulations concerning ization becomes evident; Ho's government must not be allowed to
. the registration for the right to vote. It is up to each individual U.S. Naval Hospital extend! it's influence because it is a Socialist government.
serviceman to check with his home state or the legal office at his The editorial interprets the USA's aims i in South Vietnam --
ship or station concerning the proper procedure on this matter. SUNDAY SERVICE.10 a.m. a gallant attempt 1 Who can interpret theml!? -- as imparting "sta-
Once this is done, only one, yet the most prominent, step may be bility, economic development, and education." These are indeed
taken: the casting of the ballot. Let us begin today to inquire as
desirable ends, but there is a catch. The method which is a
what"'we **************:
to should do to vote, and then LET'S DO IT NOW.
desperate failure, which is so, so old now and! which appears to
be the one to be adhered to forever, is to find! a popular, viable,
non communist alternative to Ho's governments and the southern
ur Traffic liberation forces. Who can be popular in Vietnam at this pointif
the USA suppons him? Will the crusading nationalists in Viet-
ViolationsThe nam ( the majority group) ever give up or come to the conferencetable
as long a; U.S.troops occupy the country? The Vietnameseare
the people who have fought for' over a thousand years against
foreign invaders. The Vietnamese are the uncommonly determined
ttsutBy following is a report of people who fought for 25 years' to drive out the Frenrh colonialistsand
vehicle accidents and!
motor the Japanese fascists. And when the U.S.: increase_the pressure
for the
traffic violations period
the Vietnamese fight back( harder'' Increasing U.S.pressure will
April 4 April 13, 1967. bring the NLF and Hanoi to the conference ( surrender) table??

Joseph T: Dimino, CDR, CHC, USN This Number week of-accidents- -: -- 14 This war of attrition and terror will impart stability, economic
development, and education to Vietnam? No. It is having the opposite -
During the march of Napoleon through Europe he came upon a tiny Total Accidents this year through effect exactly. .

town, Feldkirch, on the boundary of Austria. As one might ordera April 10,1967---- --80 The CD staff are to be commended for not being enthralled by
basket of goods from the grocery, the bloody little corporal Number of accidents through this war and for not fallingprisonersof the absurd domino theory.:'
ordered one of his generals to take the town. April, 1966 r- - 100
But they would do well to revise their thinking and demand an
On Easter morning, bright and dewy, as the villagers made their Total number of days since Immediate end to this wholly unsupportable, gruesome, mammoth *
way to church services, they caught sight of the general and his last injury in a motor vehicle farce, the American war on Vietnam. "
accident - - 2 Sincerely yours' ,
eighteen thousand men drawn up on the surrounding hills, preparingto
attack the town. The little hamlet was in complete contusion. Number of Violations: Allan R. Ogden
This week - - SO Third Year College
What were they to do? The town council was called. All agreedit .
was futile to resist the overpowering forces frowning down. upon Speeding - - 8 Dear Mr. Ogden and CD Readers: ,
them. One suggested that they surrender and plead for mercy. Reckless Driving - 0 When I read your letter Mr. Ogden, published in the CD of Dec. '
When the debate and confusion were at their height. the old and Going through Stop Sign -1 16, I was first indignant, second disgusted. I have read: it five times
venerable pastor of the village arose. His words were direct, Other Violations - 52 since, and have come to the conclusion that you are indeed a memberof
compelling: "My children this is '''Easter day. Don't you' think that Thirty-eight drivers appeared the uninformed, rebellious minority that attends class without a
God can protect us in our trouble? Will our first act, when trouble before the Traffic Hearing Boardat tie and walks the Grounds without shoes I in protest of Weejuhand -
comes, be to forsake him, neglect Him? Of ourselves we are power- the meeting held on April 11, Gant conformity. Unfortunately I neither have any Weejuns or
less. Against the mightly army of the enemy we can make no re- 1967. Disposition of the cases Gants, here;* there is lack or shoe polish and laundry starch.
sistance. Why not go to church. Celebrate Easter as we usually do, included the following: four lost I, Mr. Ogden, have a first hand knowledge of your 'mammoth .
and trust to God for the rest?" driving and parking privileges farce" for I am a member of an infantry company of the United
To church they all went, accompanied by the clamor of every bellin aboard station for various States Marine Corps. Just over a year' ago, I walked the Ground,
the town. The sextons had been ordered to ring as loud and as periods; six were assigned to proud to be a Wahoo,now I walk the mountains and paddies of Vietnam,
loudly as they always did Easter. The people thronged,the streets complete an eight hour Driver proud to be an American. For you see, contra/y to your.third -
and crowded into the churches with the' same gay, triumphant Improvement Course; None were hand opinion and knowledge, we are doing good here and lam' '
spirit of every other'Resurrection day. assigned to complete a six-hour sorry, but there is ,no slaughter: of innocent, \ and children.
The Invading l French heard the J jubilant bells; theysaw the brightly course in remedial driving at Have you seen aij eight year old l child dis QI\IJaIF\. I periears split
dressed villagers hurrying to church. Surely the village must have Jax Police Academy; seven received because her father is the Village Chief and refused to pay taxes
received reinforcements, or word that the Austrian army was near suspensions; seventeen to the Viet Cong? ,Have you, seen a young'Vi th.\tn se'sdldler gal-
and ready for their defense. The French 'general ordered an Immediate were given warnings: four dismissed lantly charge fortified North Vietnamese positions because he so
retreat. Thanks to the Easter bells of Feldkirch. ; seven fined (U.S. Com- strongly believes In liberty, leaving that legacy to his wife and young
Complete trust in God at all times and in all things the lessonof missioner); and one referredto child? Have you seen a squad of young Marines ( six of whom were

the Bells. commanding officers for college dropouts, one from Harvard reasonably Intelligent) with their
possible disciplinary action. The won funds and labor build a school in a poverty stricken area of .
thirty eight drivers were Hue?

or AX assessed a total of twenty two I can't help but liken this conflict to the civil rights movement.I .

points. TheNegroes, being human, have rights and deserve their liberties '
and all the opportunities available in a free society.This I whole-
heartedly agree with and have worked for. Do not the Vietnamese
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News S ecWLis. deserve the same opportunities? Arerthey not human?
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air The atrocities of this warrestin the hands of the North Vietnameseand

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing the few Viet Cong left. They are unbelievable. How In the name

Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In of liberation .can they terrorize, maim and! kill innocent villager: .I
many of whose villages Americans have never visited? The answer is
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
-C the word "power". Totalitarianism.
Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by J 12:00 noon The morning after being ambushed, a close friend of mine died.

on Monday before publication. Hews Items are welcomed That night I passed a ditty, ragged young boy carrying a load at
from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711 I, Ext. 8162. least five times his weight. I was tired.dirty.bearded and blood-

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and stained. I had my last dry cigarette lit and and was enjoying it,
queries concerning such should be directed to: saddened. As I passed the boy he looked up and smiled. Asking for

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. nothing cigarette.Mr. he said. "Joe, you number one." Almost crying I gave him

Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 445 y .+a. my Ogden does he not deserve to find something better than end- '

less toil In a rice paddy? "e was cold; would you lend him'warmth
VOL. 25 HO. 3 APRIL 13, 1967 -u.. s. ? Should we leave him something better than ignorance '
Myself, Marines here, and many people and nations think so.
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JAX MARINES (Ii t 1 NATTC By Kim LaRose : Behind The Scene I

NATTC Is honored to have four AE3 T. F. Beaty, AE3 L. J. AE3 T. J. Martin, A03 D. Mat-

officers and two air cadets from Bells, A03 W. F. Bianco, A02 thews, AE3 J. T. McCann, AE1H.
Viet Nam. For 10 weeks they W. L.Billman,AE2 R.Blackstone McClain AE3 D. M. Mc-
will .'attend regular classes at AE3 G. E. Blair, AE3 J.Bom- Kinnon, AE3 M. B. McNerney
Aviation Ordanance "A" School bara, AO1 J. T. Boydell, AE2B. AE3 G. E. Mills, AE3 D. R.
The Vietnamese Air Forcehas G. Brashear, A03 D.A.Braswell Mohr AE3 D. G. Monroe, AE3G.
hand selected these man to AE3 J. Brimanson, A03 Montgomery AE3 J. P. Morgan -
study the latest technological J. W. Brinley A02 R. Brissette, AE3 D. Morrison, AE3
velopments of aircraft arma- AE3 J. L. Brooks AE3 B. J. W. E. Mullins, AO1 D. G. Mur-

ment and munitions. Briefly, the Brown AE3 K. R. Brown, AE3R. phy, AO2 R. J. Murray, AE3S.
subjects they will study are: L. Brown, AE3 J. R. Bullard, W. Myers' AE3 R. D. Nelson,
arEl arithmetic, physics, electric and AE3 L. D. Burleson, AOl C. E. A03 C. Nemeth Jr., A03 J. D.
electronic theory applicable to Carnal AE3 R. M. Carrell AE3J. Ness AE3 W. L. Olsen AE2S.

the weapons systems,munitions, R. Carrigan, AE3 M. R. Cau- R. Opoycke, AE3 D. 'Overack-
and missles. dill, AE3 T. S. Ceci, AE3 D. M er, A03 M. W. Padgett, AE3B.
They will be briefed on the Chadwick, A02 C. Charvez, AOl L. Parsons, AE3 J. W. Pau-

aviation supply system; repair R. L. Chatman, AE3 R. Chavez, rich, AE1 D. C. Perry, AE3E.
and maintenance of varoiusguns; A03 R. Christman, AE3R. L. Peterman, AE3 M. pfeil-
reading wiring diagrams, and Churchill, A02 K. S. Clasen shifter, AE3 R. C. Pina, AE3P.
safetyprecautions to be followed A03 F. M. Coapstick, AO2 W. L. H. Pink A03 K. D. Pinkerton -
with all types of ordnance equip- Coates, AE3 J. C. Colburn, A03 AE2 B. W. Priest, AO2

ment. M. L. Cole, AE3 G. L. Collings, J. L. Proctor, AE3 G. Proxmire,
This may sound like a pretty A03 R. L. Cook, A02 A.S.Corn- AE3 R. E. Prych, AE3 T. B.
tall order for a 10 week course well, AE3 R. Cosgrove.AE3].A. Puckett, AE3 G. C. Pytlik.
MARINES/ AS ALWAYS first again I Sgt. Mosley and SSgt.
were and it is. NATTC, JAX is only Covington, AE3 M. C. Cowan, AE3 O.Ramirez,AE3 M.D.Rein-
Andrews were the first and second cyclists to operate motor one of several commands at which AE3 M. L. Craig, A02 R. J. bold, AE3 J. A. Reinhart AE3R.

cycle or motorbike on board the Naval Air, Station since 1956. they will be trained. Their tour Crane, A03 T. C. Cullum, AE3J. H. Rex AE3 D. R. Reynolds.

Both sergeants are Marine Aviation/ / Detachment personnel.On in the United States is one year. W. Cusick A02 L. R. Davis, AE3 R. R. Richter, AE3 E. W.

March 31, the following Sgt. K.L. Wlllltts was also The officers are: 1st Lt.Tran AE3 L. A. Dawson, AE3 M. L. Rigg, AOI JJ.Roberts, AE3 K.
Ba Nhuan 2nd Lt. Nguyen' Van AE3 T. D.
awarded Meritorious Mast for Debruhl, Decamp, Robinette, AO3J.S.Rogaski.AECE.
Marines were promoted received to Cpl. his consistently demonstrated Tran, 1st Lt. Duong Cong Ngoc, AE3 R. J. Dehaan, AE3 J. De- W. Rogenski, AE3 G.C. Ru-
and/or L/Cpl. They 2nd Lt. Nguyen' Van Tranh. The siderio AE3 J. C. Dicks A03
fromLt. willingness and ability as NCOICof bin, AE3 J.L. Santee, AE3 R.S.
their warrants
air cadets are: Nguyen Due Cuong H. Domer A03 J. D. Dun-
Col J.W. Sullivan,Commanding the Unit Diary Section, NCOIC Arsfield, AE3 I.L.Scha.efer,
Marine Aviation Discharge and Reenlistment Sec and Nguyen' Lang Uy. can, AE2 ''F. H. Durgin, A01:* W. Schoffner, A03 T.RSchwanz;
1 Officer
At the time these young men F. Dybdall.' A02 B. B.' Earl,
Detachment. Promotions were tion, NCOIC of Reserve Section, AE3 C.M. Shafer, A01 G.A.
arrived at NATTC, they had A03 L. C. Edgerly AE3 A. M.
: follows Cpl R.G. Gray Cpl as Clerk In Service Record Book Sheets AE3 M.R. Shells, A03
as :
already been In the States 35 Eisman, AE3 W. D. Eldred AE3D.
M.A. Mahle, Cpl P.E. Magee, Section. The mast was for the R.H. Sherwood AE3 B.E. Shoun,
: weeks. Their first two stops D. Ellis AE3 L. V. Erlanson,
Cpl R.L. Schrank, Cpl J.L. period April 20, 1965 through AE3 H. Singleton, AE3 C.M.
were the U.S. Air Force bases in AE3 D. A. Espinosa, A03 R.
D.V. Jones, Cpl March 31, 1967. Skibbe, A03 P.E. Skinner, AE3
Schryer, Cpl
H.H. Smith, L/Cpl G.R. Joiner, ******** San Antonio, Texas and Denver, Espinosa, AE2 J. P. Evans, AE3J. B.D. Smith, AE3 D.A. Smith,
L/Cpl R.K. Whitehurst,, L/Cpl The Marine Aviation Detachment Colo. Upon Completion of,theirtraining F. Ezelle A03 F. H. Fallin, AE3 R.C. Smith, AO2 R. Soder-
here, theywill return for AE3 J. L. Felidano, AE3 W. E.
J.W. would like to wish a holm, A03 D.T. Sowinski, AE3
Jewett.CCCCCCC hearty welsome aboard to the additional technological study in Fihlman AE3 D. A. Foos, AE3D. M.D. Spear, AE3 R.G. Spenard,
Arizona. H. Foster AOl A. N. Free-
Pfc. R.K. AE3 D.T.StaooleyA03RJ.Star-
SSgt. Carl D. Sanders was following personnel:
awarded a Meritorious Mast for Rasmussen (Headquarters), Sgt. The guests are enjoying their man, AE3 J. D. Gainer, AE3 zec, A03 C.M. Stasen AE3 R.C.
his outstanding ability as Drill P.E. Blue (MAR MEC School), stay in th United States very EJ. Gaska, A02 W. M. Gav- Steed, AE3 F. Steffens, AE3D.G.
Instructor of the NAS Drill Team Pfc. G.P. Mohs (T&O), Pfc. B.R. much, but are also anxious to in, AE3 K. Genton AE3 R. E. Stenlund AO2 R. Stewart, AE3A.

during the period Nov. 1, 1966 Harold (Adjutant Section), and return to their homeland and put Gentry AOC P.J.Ghormley,AE3 Stypelkoski AE3 B.A. Surma
to use alltheknowledge\ they have D. J. Gilbert A03 J. E.Gilligan,
through March 14.1967. GySgt. R.L. Sadder (AO School). AE3 W. Tellefsen, AO1 B.H.

......... gained. A03 J. T. Glover, A03 J. M. Templin, A02 C.B. ThomasAE3J.E.
.. ""JI.'JOJI.'.rrtrrrrf ..,...... II'JI---,. '''''''' *****
F : :;: ;:; :; :; ; ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:O: *** Godwin AE3 R. A. Grazier, AE3N. Thompson, AE3 P.Thompson -
ocDollar; Sez.: : : Honormaa from Leadership R. Green, AE3 R. F. Grieb, AE3 W.L. Thomsen, A03
M School, Class 7/C was SN Herbert A03 J. R. Gustafson AE3 W. L. F. Tomblin. A02.0.. Toney, A03
C. Rader Jr.-from NARTU. Hagin AE3 D. L..,,Hake/;-AO2
vonly:\ appear 'In y6ut Newspaper' I J.E. Trzcinskt. A03 F. Valentine -
once a week but I can be found Rader completedJthe 3 weeks J. W. Hall AE3 H. S. Hamby, AE3 C.E. Vanhorn, A01
Mon thru Fri' 9 -5, G Sat. 9 to, school with a total of 1397.80 A03 W. L. Hanbery, AE3 C. M. J.E. Varn. AE3 K.L. Varnado,
1 at : point out of a possible 1500.0 Hard, AE3 S. R, Hardman, AE3D. AE3 F.P. Vega, AE3 J.B. Walker -

Cedar Hills Orange Park for a final average of 93.1<% Ra- E. Harper, AE3H.Haynes, AE3 R.W. Ward, AO3,J.B.
''' 1 3633 Blvd. der was also the Company Commander AE3 D. M. Heiges, AE3 T. R. Waugh AE3 T.W. Welch, AE3
Blandlng 7347 Highway
at graduation ceremonies Hirsch AE3 M. G. Hoggard,AE3 J.A. Welever AE3 R.L. West-
X PH. 771 7555 PH. 264 9362 April 7, held at King Hall. J. H. Hogstad AE3 B. M. Homan phal, AE3 J. Westrenen, AE3

Capt. C. D. Simonsen, Commanding AE3 R. A. Ho rveath, AE1 M. Whisnant, AE3 E.W. White,
ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANY Officer from NARTUwas B. J. Howard, A03 Hunsicker, A02 R.A. Wiggins, AE3 J.L.
present at the ceremonies A03 L. Hynson, AE3 R. Ison, Williams, AE3 K. Williams, AE3

____..._ LOANS TO $600 to give his congratulations and AE3 E. I. lasso AE1 J. C. Jeff- W. Williamson AE2G.H.Wilson,
"A job well one." coat, AE3: S. C. Jensen, AE3E.
vwwwMA>wc xfl>?M COTEgiFKsv.v.v.vjww rt AE3 D.L. Womack, AE2 R.E.
.:::|' !W.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VV.V..K.M.X: *:K'> The class of 15 menwere from J. Jones, AE3 S. W. Jones, Woodard, AE3 J.M. Wyne A03

NATTC, NARTU, NAS and Cecil AE2 E. B. Jordan, AE3 D. M. G.D. Yost, AE3 J.S. Young.

Field. Juskusky,. AE3 D. Kinniburgh, Advancements effective July

OPEN SUNDAY AE3 R. E. Kinley, AE3 P. C. 16, 1967: AE2 E.L Bryant, AE2
A list of the who will
persons Kloman AE3 K. Kolkhorst.: AE3 W.L. Cook. AE2 J.E. Farmer,
be making rate from the Feb- .C.,Kuemmerle, AE3 G.W. qt- AE2 W.K. Farrow, AE2 J.P.
ruary exams is being printed, don, A03 G. M. Langland AO2 Frahm, AE2JD. Hartmanh, AE1
along with the rate to which they A. C. Lanier, AE3 S. A. Larson, R.A. Haynes, AE3 TJ. Healy
0 0 will be advanced and the date
AE3 D. W. Leaf, A03 R. Lea- A03 A.E. Massie, AE3 AJ.
advancement is effective.
therman AE3 T. L. Lecomte,
Miller, AE3 D.A. Nelson, A03
Advancements effective April A02 J. W. Leeper, AE3 L. Lil- L.W. Nichols AE3
16, 1967: AE3 R. L. Abramo, libridge, AE3 J. J. Linden, AE3 AE3 E.R. Sargent,AE2 J.L.Stog-
A03 R. Ackerson Jr., AE3 P. O.
W. 1" them the VW 16 point 8".ty md Pcrfonnwic Inspect- W. J. Llndke. AE3 M. L. Lis- dill, AOC G.B. Tanner AE2 H.
ion. Then w. tuned up. tightened, end replaced everything that Adams, A03 R. L. Adams, AO2 ton, AE3 J. Lombardozzi, AE3A. AO3
Williams AE3
needed It. And guaranteed them 100%for the repair>> or replacementof Wright
B. E. Albrecht AE3 J. K. An-
all major mechanical parts for 10 dare or 1000 mile. Come D. Longo, AE3 L. P. Lopez, JJ. Yurkins AE3 A.'M. Hensman.AE3 ,
on ,.,i and double check. derson, AE3 A. D. Andrade, AE3N. AE3 J. J. Lotz AE3 R. Lund-
.1' ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE' : FRONT AXLE Annunziata, AE3 J. N. Ar- quist, A03 J. M. Mabe,' AE3R. l t.. Oaks AEpL.H.Osari-
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Civil Service News Current Merit Promotion MID-

Openings Announced CITYJAX'S

The following Merit Promotion MPB No. 57 67 Engineering -
Bulletins are currently open for Draftsman, GS 4 Areaof -
receipt for applications.The area competition NAS Jax, COM- "DEALER"LET
of competition and .closing date FAIRJAX, Applications will be
for receipt of applications for accepted through the close of
each is shown below. business, April 13. 1967. YOUR OLD
MPB No 49 67 Super- MPB No. 61 67 Supervisory CAR MAKE THE
visory Electronics Technician Clerk GS 6 Area of DOWN
GS 11 Area of competition competition All Federal PAYMENT
Nationwide Applications will agencies In the Jacksonvillearea.
be accepted through the closeof .Applications will be
business April 20, 1967. accepted through the close of
MPB No. 55 67 Engineer business April 20,1967. '63 STING RAY Solid
(Civil), GS 9 11 Area of Red One onwer. Auto
competition -, Nationwide. Applications matic, R & H, Beautiful.
will be accepted MPB No. 62 67 Police-
through the close of business man, GS 4 Area of compe- $2588
May 22, 1967. tition All Federal agencies in
the Jacksonville ,area. Appli-
cations will be accepted throughthe
close of business April 18, '62
1967. Automatic, Power steer-

RACHEL B. KING, (Disposal Division) and James C. Carson, MPB No. 63 67 Architect, ins Cond., Power, Perfect.brakes, Air
(Fuel/ Branch, Material Division) were each/ awarded $15 Beneficial GS 9 or 11 Area of compe- $1188
Suggestion checks by Capt. R. L. Watson In ceremonies tition Nationwide. Applicationswill
March 29.Officers'. be accepted through the closeof
business June 61967.
Retirement Pay Not AffectedBy MPB No. 64 67 Mechanical '64 BUICK SPECIAL
Engineer ( Utilities) GS 9 Cpe., 6 cyl., Stick R&H.
or 11 Area of competition X Clean..

MSTS Jobs fries Civil Service be Nationwide.accepted Applications through the closeof will $888

business June 6, 1967.
Brooklyn,N.Y. TheU. S. Civil Service Commission has ruled MPB No. 65 67 Safety
that retired military officers who accept employment In specified Officer, GS 5, 7, 9 Area of 'S'
job categories with the Navy's Military Sea Transportation competition- All Naval Activi- DESOTO 2 DR.
Service (MSTS) will not lose retirement pay during employmentin ties at NAS, JAX. Applicationswill Hard/top, V/8, Auto/tran.
these federal civil service jobs. This new exception ,was made be accepted through the Extra Clean A real
by the Civil Service Commission in order to draw experienced close of business April24,1967.MPB BEAUTY
manpower from the ranks of retired officers to fill jobs for which Employee/ CompensationPublic No. 66 67 Mechanical
there is critical shortage of experienced men.
( Law 89.444)) Engineering Technician, GS 7
MSTS an operational arm Area of competition All Naval
for This new law amends the Fed- Activities at NAS, JAX Ap-
Blood Donor of the Navy, is responsible
eral Employee CompensationActto will be '
ocean transportation of men plications accepted 61
Improve its benefits as follows: through the close of business RAMBLER CLASSIC -
and material Department
Station Wagon, Automatic
Day TuesdayTuesday ((1)) removes the dollar ceiling '
of Defense. The seafaring positions April 24,1967. R & H.
covered by the Civil Ser- and floor on monthly compen- MPB No. 67 67 Aerospace $633
April 18, 1967 has sation ($525 and $180 respectively -
vice ruling are: Radio Officer; Engineer, GS 12 Area of
been designated asCivilianBlood Deck Officer: Engine Officer;unlicensed ) and provides a ceiling at NAS, JAX Applications will be
Donor Day. Technically trained skilled deck positions of 75 percent oT the begin- accepted through the close of
personnel from 'the JacksonvilleBlood requiring 'a U. S. 'Coast .Guard nlngbtepJoGS-2; ,(2)), autbpr- business ,April 24, 19 1.. '42
Bank will visit a specially Izes increases for present beneficiaries IMPERIAL LE-
arranged ward In Bldg. No. 8 document as an able' seaman; and authorizes contin- BARON 4 dr., Fully
unlicensed skilled engine department -
equipped. One Owner
uation of benefits for educational
for the purposeofcollectingbloodfrom U.
positions requiring a Solid Blk, Special Price.
volunteers, later to be made S. Coast Guard document as a purposes to unmarried children NCS 2 67 Meat Cutter-
available to civilian employeesand Qualified Member Engine> Department after age of 18 up to 23, or Area of competition Commissary '- $1288
their dependents without cost. Oiler, or Fireman until they complete four yearsof Stores, NAS, JAX. NAS,
Volunteers will be scheduled Watertender. education beyond high school Cecil Field and Nav. Sta., May-
at specific intervals between 8:30 which ever occurs first;
a.m. and 11 .a.m. Volunteers ((3)) increases from $125 to $300 port.All applicants for the above '45 FORD CUSTOM
should adhere to the time sch- The retirement pay of a mili- per month the amount payable positions must be career or 500 SEDAN, V/8, Auto/
dule noted on their reminder tary officer employed in a Fed- when full-time attendents are required career conditional employeesof trans., R & H.
slips. All who are capable mak- eral civil service job Is reduced ; ((4)) extends to employeeswho the Federal government. Warranty. $1488
by $2074 plus 50%of thebalance.
ing a donation and wish to volunteer arebeteficiariesunder other
should notify their super- However, under provisions of thenew Federal retirement systems the
visor who will arrange for them to Civil Service Commission same eligibility to receive pay All applications for the above
be scheduled by the Personnel ruling, this deduction schedule and medical services as is now positions should be filed with
Generalist assigned to service will NOT apply to the pay of applicable to recipients of bene- the Industrial Relations Depart- '43 DODGE "880" Custom
their'area. retired military of fleers now employed fits under the Civil Service Re- ment of the U. S. Naval Air Station Hard Top, Air Cond.,
Select Morning Menu by MSTS In these posi- tirement Act; (5)) provides re- Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. Power steering Power
tions and to those appointed priorto employment rights to recipientswo For further information regardIng brakes, One owner.
Volunteers should eat a breakfast February 28, 1968. The'exception -, meet certain requirements; these positions see the cop- $1211
limited to black coffee withor will continue in effect and ((6)) provides a24-tnonthlump ies of the bulletins, or call Ext.
without sugar, toast with jellyor for an fndivldlual who becomes sum payment in lieu of continued 684, Recruiting and Examing
marmalade, citrus fruit or subject to it for as long as he compensation to a widowor Branch, Industrial Relations De-
juices-No fatty substance such as remains employed in one of dependent widower upon partment, U. S.Naval Air Station, '65
milk, eggs, butter, bacon, etc. the listed positions.For remarriage. Jacksonville, Florida. PONTIAC STAR
should be eaten prior to the Chief, Fully Equipped,
donation. Volunteers will re- Fact Air, Low ..Mileagr.
.Q1ive a ticket redeemable for further Information and Extra Clean. $2188
,a full met} 'In ,'the/NAS* Cafet- applications,'contact Mr.M.Kir-
eria's special line No. 2 or she nbaum, Military Sea Transportation MONEY IN 1 DAY
lunch not to exceed 88 cents in Service, 58th Street
the Unit Cafeteria in Bldg. No. and First Avenue, BrooklynNew '
110. York 11250.ttvs.At..fj..v'sttK.yttttttx $25 600 45 VALIANT V 200
4' dr., Automatic, Power
steering Fact. Air., OneSIMS
:>>& &.'.& <'&:::::$ ::: ::::::::>> ::m-:{{:<< ON YOUR SIGNATURE 8 ARRANGED BY PHONE Owner.

Cash for ahy purpose. Just phone and tell us how
f IMPORTED PARTS Irrr much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven
ience. Same-doy service.

We Fiociic*Alt S.rrl .iNit

;{'.::..: '- ... You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
3 r'r: : S 84.33 5.00 355.79 27.00
r -- t J5J.80 9.00 427.5J 25.00 MID-CYTYCHRYSLERPLY.

'z 2J9:21: 73.00 SOO.57 29.00 ., INC.
I :
286.73 J7.oo 600.00 34.39


: FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS Above Payments Include Interest.

aY$::: OF CARS & TRUCKS :r DIAL 3544556
Yr '
: : Call For Service

) I- 4727 San Juan Ave. Dial 364-2314 355-4150
I 388 331' 1, 24J Wee Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 tOO ilX eTWINUNION 'LAURA ST.

5256 Beach Boulevard/ Dial 359-2895 .
: 505 McDUFF -
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At MPO They Get You Coming And, Going' : ,

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"::' ., L "THERE MUST BE AN EASIER WAY to sign' all these things

: fr .. ". ___I ."" says Lt.J. A. Brough, Assistant Military Personnel

"IT' MAY SEEM CONFUSING, But"that's" the way it has to be (L ______...._. ______. _' _''."f. r'tF.::.:: Officer.
'" .
LCdr R. J. Personnel Officer /
Fitzsimmons Military
says SINCE '
MR. FITZSIMMOHS Isn't here, ,I'll be happy to sign
while PNC A. M. F. Cunningham listens, and PN1 Turn. -
your chit. says Lt. E. Smith, Assistant Military Personnel -
er looks on and agrees.WESCONNETT. Officer for Official/
Signatures.. S 1 *bob's' Oak Hill S

"AND' IF WE ARE LUCKY, we could call It WAS JAX (/n/rer-/ / :
FURNITURE CO. sity. ." says)' Ens. G..0. Amatrudi, Educational Services Of/ __ TORO Pure Service Center -
ficer, while Ed Sowa most' assuredly .
NEW &, USED FURNITURE <&5 APPLIANCESNEW "WOULD YOU BELIEVE" all ese people work In Military V Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. !
Personnel Office...
& USED TV SETS Lawn Mowers A t Tractors
NEW ADDING MACHINES ; LS' S : I SALES & SERVICE road service & .delivery,
,,. .' ; 'W. Give Merchant. Green.. S
: FREIGHT SALVAGE : I wpudE' mechiRk. OR d ty..AmericiM & FereigBCars
i :\ .., EASY CREDIT TERMS S Open Daily/ 8 a.m.-7'! p.m.
.f. HRS 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In & Browse! iJ i Sat. 8 a.m.-6' 103rd Si James Rd..
J p.m. 771-9156
S .J Jacksonville, Fla.
i iS Closed
5326* WMMMMI, .t 103rrf, 771-0750 ., __ "I, CAN'T' TRANSFER you to Sundays !
t California, hut would An tart/lea MOTORS&CYCLES

.1' r.... .. .: .. be close enough. .?" says

.................................. IF'I DON'T' put stamps "NOW IF I PUT THE "Z's' Jim Stieb in the MPO Transfer
on these. ."says Terry Boyle with the B's' and the A's' withIn Section. 4949 BLANDING BL Vb.
the MPO Mail Room." the M's' they'll' never find them : PH 771 8244

.' .'", says Sandy Murray. ., '


Ulmlulirr! ('..ot-;.:.,..........:"-':.............................:-;:-................-...-....__ .........................-............v.f ?..................-......................:....:.-".;-.:......'!(::: Find your answerto STOP

.. .. f f IHARLEY.'DAVIDSDIJ' I. : I money problems !

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..' 'I .. i w.'SPORTCYCLESUgsdA r \ / any New or .

; I Used Automobile
: AHA MVf1 '96 6481 Roosevelt t Blvd. :: )
.: .
:f f : .". that's' who. ." UNTIL YOU SEE
*:-:- :::::::::-tm:: ::: -::: ::;;..-: ;:; mmtmmmmmm&: :; : :::::::::::::: ::: : : you mean by the Horse. r,; chief Ed Smith. says
U THE NEW GENERAL-JET' WHITEWALL questions Chief Ann Cunning. leading
((4 FULL'PUE$OF NYLON CORD) ham, in charge of MPO Mall '. '

i Whatapriee! i To a sailor or Wave reporting ,(, Information on higher educa- S Here Are Several S

aboard NAS J JAX. the Military tion can'be obtained threw the
Personnel Office Is the first official Educational Services Office, a Good Reasons
= INTRODUCTORY I = contact made. To personnel -' pan of the MPO>division,whichis
PRICE CAR WASHOPEN transferring, or being separated I now offering l high school and" H GAS SAVERS: .

: ___________ : from military service, college level courses, as, well ''66SIMCALowMII.aq.L./ / / *. .,.7* . i . S J995$
N &SOx13 ,________ U MPO is ther last contact,, and to as correspondence course '65 FIAT'STATION WAGON L/U/ W.w//. . . J895$
: FOR COMPACTS '. MONDAY 'THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM :3:30: PM those of us stationed here, MPO : through USAFL '65 WC 4 OR SEDAN . . . . . .$1995 5

U .Ps. I''LN'',Pidwd.,.....,. I .UU is a constant contact. I There are a total of eight '63 VOLKSWAGEN . . . . . . .J795 5
The personnel attached to MPO departments attached to MPO
., UU handle anything from reenlist- which also include Man Power :
Tin Nev.MwGffMnKM.i.V.11IM to buy What I?g OTMI mikM MW N 1.1 M ____________________________ UU WITH/ 15 GALS. OR? MORE STANDARD OIL/ ments to retirements,:and from J I Control, the MPO Mail Room, S See Household Finance '64 MOB ROADSTER Red .JdrlIIiaI? UU ships company to transients. and an NFO Branch to handle '64 SPORT FURY CONVERTIBLE Extra Clean/ R & H. .$.J1695AutoIrons.
.OurtowJntreductwyprlo UU PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Personnel seeking information transient pay records. / ., Power steering' / "361" V. 8 8" WSW, Wheel/ covers.
.Tough Dungan*rubber tor rolling.up U SPRAWAX for a military tareer can report With oyer 40 personnel attached -... Wherever:you're' stationed, or transferred, '64 FURY CONVERTIBLE Red : IUfIH\IInGIr\ III""" ....... : .NOW ONLY 50 to MPO and gather Information, to the division,the ser--: :When need the HFC cI.anr/ R & H, Auto/trans./ ., Power .ft.,rlng.' "361"? V/8/ WSW, ;
.,FI4oflCOdfslblG.* < _________ on ,the' variety of programs of f- vices rendiered are'tailored to'1* you a money see Wheel/ i covers. u., S : S ,
U CMII protIctIoII. _____ U Located In Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center'THERE fered by the Navy,such as NE-' meet almost every need of the. nilitary loan counsellor. When you need money '65 BARRACUDA FASTBACKV/8.' / 4 4-. ..p..J
: .ThP.cVi.ddssIphi.' SEP. STAR,etc. S S NAS ships company and trans- _________________ .to pay bills, buy m////.ogt, factory warranty,,R & H1,; WSW.
: Ifls& - -- iet personnel. '63 OLDS CUTLASS V/8/ Red*and Wfc/ft/ Autoltr/ n..,.,.J7395
U U 1M....o-.hW.WMlI..1 Wish _______________ : 1 ..c-II. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS a better'car, take Power ,'..rlng, Bi/cfctf/ ?Seats, R & H,. WSW, Wheel/ eovtrs.
I prICIIl Wish I lie y you welling torf?$1. Y. Gel -.
a 24iiymtt if 12510XJ7 45 a I leave or fi for any
'o-.t TIre 8f oWI Ist l tod ylTJiixutiiiMntMui UU
your.$. $ 4 ff _U.I'''<,tui. utiHiiiiitMnnMui, .... .,.. ... ( -.UUJI.,... UU JAX SGREATEST Photos By John P.- Cbs isson _***** other purpose, FAMILY CARS: \ S
FOBO.CHIVY S17 I I -- BUICK.OLDS., .OOOOt ,18 -- U $sloe 5553; $$7 7.29 9 $$18.48 .* '62 FORD FA/RLANE/ 4 40 DR Awfo/frons./ On. owntr.5 695
U :rLrMOUTH.AVIMkMM MAM8LEH I J PONTIAC MERCURY,PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER.'" I U IS A FURNITURE and So woHONDA 2_ 11.86 14.59 9 20.14 3657 you're always '62 IMPERIAL 4 4. DR, Loaded 'Including/ . .$57/95/
30 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 welcome at HFC ""66 DODGE DART- 8,000 actual miles// factory worJJ650. $
: '
USC OENERAI.*suto.charg... NO MONEY DOWN) EASY MONTHLY'PAYMENTS VALUES' SOt 2857 35.85 5 49.75 91.78
0 PICN'SAVE- 109.00Household ronfy, Like/ Wtw66 /
U UU WHOLESALE. 604 34.39__42.66., .. FURY'III" 2 2- DR /Hardtop/ / Factory' air/ /R? & H, Auto/$2595/$ S
-J, k Nt I
UU H 0 A : S xh.diiL.4' are..wiuihI... ,bmL.css J"%.,(excudH't N 'D.vt'uoo Finance S1u4 trans., Power steering, Power, brakes, tinted/ *glass/ ., WSW.Whtt//
U PRICE TO EVERYONE ...1%...ashy.. ,VAiSY4IV.. This kt4U isMI.4pr.pgp.ymNI..diacbiduChges. eovtrs.
U H Ua I ,, ,., >> .
UU S MOTORCYCLES We still have ten ((10)) brand new Plymouthsand

UU U 4t STORE EVERY OPEN W.Civ Merchant Green.. Stomp HOUSEHOLDFINANCSE Chryslers to choose from at BELOW Factory -

: GENERAL :. tiAY Open Dally 8 am.7 p.m. Wholesale Prices!

::1 GENERAL TIRE SERVICE :I $ 55:: NEAR YOU SUNDAYTIL 9-9 Sat. 8 a.m..6 p.m. ,
Only, 2Q, minutes South of NAS oft Hwy. 17
I ::1.j111Jr:!!! = 6pm Closed Sundays
', OPEN 8 A.M TO 6 P.M.. Drive a little Save a/ot/ *t

: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY : ,MOTORS&CYCLES 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 .p

U UU U CHECK,OUR SURPLUS 600 PS ,Cedar HiHs Shopping-'Center ClAYTON REVELS .5

: .,630 WEST ADAMS ST.. 4520 SAN JUAN AVE. .U LUNCHEON SPECIALS DISCOUNT STORE .-' S 4949 handIng.. 3 3734?' Wandina Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 CHRYSUR-PJ.YMdUIH I S .';\.:

: ComeJellerson, ;' Corner Roosevelt Blvd. ,.'." 3050,Beach. ,Blvd.-:'Phone: 398-4541 IHC.llHCOVI :-.
: U' Phone 354-8451' "' .. "";' ,,, *, Ph 389-8897 U. ": : r' '.',. S -PH 771-S244 ; S Ask.......SW. .S.........h.... SMlHGi HA PHONi >* : :/.
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Before.Crvis. Wife, Arts And Set Craftslazair | NARTU News and Views I

Briefing a wife before the ship There will be a Merchantsof
sails Is thebest way to be sure I I Venice Arts and Crafts Bazaar -
that all goes well during tour held on April 21 23 at the
of sea duty. Womans Club ofJa'cksonvillelo-
Since mall Is the primary con- cated at 861 Riverside Ave.
tact, she should know the ship's \ The event Is being cosponsoredby J 's"
address. Tell her about the the Woman's Club of Jack- _
checkbook and bills. Provideher sonville and the Jacksonville Art
with an allotment large Museum Guild, with proceeds
enough to cover household going to the Jacksonville Art
expenses. Make a list of insurance *' Museum.
policies and important .
papers, and tell her where they A GOLD STAR, in lieu of a
are stored (Preferably in a safety Third Air Medal, was presented Entries will be accepted statewide -
deposit box.) April 7, to ABI Charles L. but will be concentrated
In case of emergency, she Abbey by Copt. Martin J. Stack more on local entries. Artist
should contact the Red Cross, Commanding Officer, NAS, for entry forms are available from
The Red Cross maintains a liason meritorious achievement while the Woman's Club.
office at BuPers and throughthat serving with the U. S. Naval
facility can make immediate
Support Activity, Saigon. The bazaar will be a indoor
contact with the ship. ,
& outdoor show held from 10
All wives should know about
a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday and
Navy Relief the chaplain'sornceand
Saturday, and 12 a.m. to 7
the Family Services Center. l l4t
If your family is living in a 'BuyBonds p.m. on Sunday. fig..
community away from naval
,,' facilities, tell your wife about Tickets are available at
the Navy League ADAPT Special Services, Bldg. 704, E. Edwards Officer
Cdr. Robert HAS Jax Operations congratulates -
program.. ADAPT contacts may NAS Jax, and Bldg. 4 NAS Ce- ,
be found through the local Navy cil Field. The tickets / his son, Robert E. Edwards, Jr. after swearing him into / -
are pric-
league or Chamber of Com- ed at $.75 each. the Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Program.
Cdr. Robert E. Edwards NAS

APPLICATION FOR CHARGE-A-TRIP CARD / Jli JAX Operations Officer congratulates -
l his Robert E.
Mail to: Charge-A-Trip, P.O. Box 525, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 19104, ) I'' : Edwards, Jr., after swearing him
Naval Aviation Officer
Candidate Program.
Robert Jr., senior major-
SERVICE Ing In American History atJack-
.. sonville University applied and
was processed for the programat
SOWN .:i NARTU JAX. He will reportto
B OPEN PAID B PAID George S. Coulter, a memberof
"',. .",' ." .' NARTlTs VP-741was recently
., a OPEN PAID 0 I OPEN PAID" advanced to AXl and accomplished -
a "First" for NARTU
.t t'o JAX.
p.' \ AX1 Coulter Is the flrstNARTU
PERMANENT RESIDENT ADDRESS (Ilf dilf.r.'"t 'from obov.| WIFE'S OCCUPATION ; WIFE'S EMPLOYER JAX man to attain First Class
l The undersigned agrees to pay the'amount of each charge under the Eastern.Ajrllnei "Charge-A-Trip" credit plan lrs'no'} mote,than twenty.four ((24)) equal Petty Officer In the Naval Air
t a 1 monthly Installments, provided that each Installment be at least TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)) or the unpaid balance If less together with a service charge of Reserve's Four-to-Ten Month
',, \\Vt% per month on the unpaid balance. Upon default of the undersigned In ,payment of any Installment, the entire unpaid balance may be declared Program. This was accomplished -
immediately due and payable. Eastern may assign its rights hereunder and the.undersigned agrees to pay to any such assignee each Installment, together in a little over five years.
;4 with service charge, upon receipt of a monthly statement ". After entering the program in
) 1961 Coulter completed his active
service by attending recruit
school and AT School at NATTC
He then returned to his squadron -

A-little application will take you a long, long way. active Crisis.which duty at during that time the, was Berlin on .

Presently a student at the Uni-
\ I ,.. .
'' / '
'd' 0 :*+ ;' "' .: versity of Florida he will con-
: ........ tinue his education and try for
II ". .
/ f
; his commission in the Navy Re-
f ',I .o t 't:!" '011\:\ .. to I .o". ..... .4:1 ,- .
'i' ; ;
"'i t' ," serve upon graduation.

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r + .f'\ ;' ').<'.YJr41::: ''!,1!'I',.'...ow.". 9'a'" d.+?\ .:. b' ? "'.*" ,1.. A

:', ";x> ; ; NO CASHI!
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'Away from the dull vacation, mets, fishermen, single people, Every

''t'T. forever. It will take you to one families.There's an Eastern va- 2 : sPay

of Eastern's' great sun destina- cation just for you. 62 Corroir.$20

., tions.You'll find the bluest water, Just fill out the applicationandsenditin.Changetheroutine. 4spd

the most beautiful beaches, exquisite -

lO food luxurious hotels. 59 Ford........ $16X
On your next leave, getaway on Clean

Eastern to Puerto Rico, Mexico, 59 Poitiic.... $16

Florida, The Bahamas or Ber- Fully Equip.


Take your choice and.take up Eastern's Charge-A-Trip plan.If 62 Ford.........' $16X

to two years to pay for it with you're in pay grade E-5 or Clean

above can a charge account -
you open 59 Btick $14
with Eastern. You can i .
2 Dr., H.T
charge your air fare, hotels, Get away from the dull vacationand

meals,sightseeing,almost every- charge it with Eastern.EASTERN. 61 Ford........ $16

thing. 2 Dr., H.T.

You might want to take one E-3 and up

",. .r.'j., of our exclusive tours. We have OP MOTORS

ek ". a one for everybody: golfers,gour- We want everyone to fly 356-0244

' *CarjAT>i>ft tervtft mark Extern Air Llea.1*.. 18 C 7935 MAIN STREET

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MoviesMOVIES -
: Club Schedules ; .:

"( .,.*.' a:}
will be shown reg- NAS JAX Want -
ularly at the )VAS Jax Theatre

at 6 and 8:15 p.m., .Monday thru BLUEJACKETS INN: Swing with MARCH WILSON AND THE Sf : :
Saturday. There will also be a REDCOATS on Thursday and Friday evening. Saturday featuresthe

matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday, CHANCES from 2 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the MARK CASTLE
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital COMBO from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. The CHANCES will again play Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company.
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly Sunday from 2 p.m. till 6 p.m., and the spotlight will be on the! J950BIdnding Bli'd. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field MUSKETEERS from 8 p.m. till midnight. Monday, dance to the not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
will have two shows during the sounds of the STRANGERS. The FORMATIONS will be featuredon day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- Tuesday. Bingo will be played on Wednesday from 7 p.m. till foliating week unless the publisher 'is instructed other-

inees will be shown on week- 9 p.m., followed by the sound of the CHANCES. be wise.' received A check WITH or money the copy order for for the the.d.full cost of the ad must

ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY .
CPO CLUB: All prizes are going for $.75 Thursday evening.
April 12 Try the Seafood Special for $1.25, and dance off the poundage to DO NOT SEND CASH

the music of PHIL CAY. Saturday features DICK WILSON'S RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .. .$2.00

NAS: "PLAGUE OF THE ZOM- MODERNS. Music by JOHNNY ARNOLD Is on the agenda for Sunday. Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50

BIES" with Andre Morell and Rib Eye Steak is the special for Tuesday, with Italian Spaghettifor

Diane Clare. ( 98 min) $1.00 on Wednesday.

HELL": with Richard Ar- : Thursday a White Whale Jonah deploying59 Repossessed in cabinet. Buttonholes -
from 6 till 9 Dance the BUD CLARK COMBO Friday
len and Marshall Thompson. ((98 p.m. p.m. to Cad., 62 series. White 4dr., overcasts, decorates, etc.
from 8 till The PAGE FIVE will be featured
evening midnight.
min) p.m. All Pwr. & Elec., Has Air. Best Bal. $28 or $5 mo. 2362 Bland-
C. FIELD: MOTHER GOES A GO- Saturday evening for your listing and dancing pleasure from Offer. Cash Only. Cecil Ext. I Ing at Cassat. Open 9 to >6
8:30 p.m. till 12:30 a.m. Feel like sometihng different for a change?
GO": with Tom Kirk and Jac- 532. & Sun. 3882541.
ques Bergerac. ( 98 min) RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER
Tuesday from 6 p.m. till 9 p.m. Treat your wife to a night away HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT
from the hot and take her 'the FAMILY CHICKEN BUFFET
stove, to
FRIDAY April 14 3 Bedroom 1 1/2 Bath, Car-
Wednesday from 6 till 9 and while it take AVAILABLE
p.m. p.m., your at your port, Fenced yard, Close to JOBS
NAS: "MONKEYS GO HOME" children too. School & Shopping Center, Lease IBM .CashierCheckerClerk ....

with Maurice Chevalier,and Dean Required, Available at end of Typist
Jones. (109 min) April 2495520.BRIDGE Train Now Pay Later Jobs

ZOMBIES" with Andre Morell LESSONS Beginners in Sax area for trained people.
BEACON CLUB. Tonight is "Game Night", beginning at 7:00
and Diane Clare. ( 98 min) p.m. Later in the evening, The Strangers will entertain. The dinner and Intermediates. Eight 1 1/2 High school not required. No age
C. FIELD: "THE VULTURE": special will be T-bone steak, $1.75. The Friday dance features hr. Qasses for $12.50. Call limit. Day and night classes.
with Robert Hutton and Broder-. "The Formations", while on Saturday "The Sounds Unlimitedwill Carole Hinckley 771. 4489. Free Placement, Service Accredited -:
by N. E. A. A.
ick Crawford. ( 98 min)
entertain. Sunday presents the Phil Cay Band, with'Go-Go girls I
Call 356 5745 ,:
Brenda and Hour from 5 6 PARK LANE TRAILOR 10 X 52
Audrey. Monday Happy to p.m. Tuesday
SATURDAY April 15 and Wednesday there will be bands, "The Twigs" and "Dick Wilson Ft., 2 Bdr., Carpet, 10 X 40 CAREER TRAINING INSTITUTE
and the Moderns" respectively. Ft. Awning, Washer, & Air 311 Florida Title Bldg. *
: : Conditioned, 45.payments paid.
Ann Margaret and Tony Fran- 771 -9045. .'
ciosa. ( 89 min) ORF..Luncheon is served daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday thru REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS

HOSPITAL: MONYEYS'GO Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.A SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGA-
HOME": with Maurice Chevalier "Beefeaters Bonanza" dinner is set for tomorrow, April 14, DIAL 0 MATIC TION. Homes for $50 and $100

and Dean Jones ((98 min) at 7 p.m. (Reservations ONLY)., The O.R.F. will be closed from 1967 ZIG ZAG down Rentals Acreage, In-
C. FIELD: "TO THE SHORESOF May 1 thru May 14 for painting and renovation. in Nice console. Makes button- vestments. We will build for you.

HELL": with Richard Arlen holes, blindhem, monograms & Bowen Real Estate, Realtor.
and Marshall Thompson (98 min) fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5 WALTER T. BOWEN USN Re

"" mo. .1 48 Blandlng Blvd. at tired." 384 1376
SUNDAY, April I 16 San Juan Open 9 9 &

: 25th HOUR": Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
with Anthony Quinn and Virna Li- I All Ranks All" JAX SEWING CENTER FHA regales $50 & $100 down.
si. ((134 min). Ages Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.,,

HOSPITAL:,,"THE SWINGER'; I t LOW RATES 264-2411, Orange Park Realty{
with Ann Margaret",Tony *
Franciosa. ( 89 min) Craft with Johnson 35 and trailer. GOING ON LEAVETRANSFER?
Outriggers and 2-six; 1-twelve We may have a car for your'
: with Andre Morell gal. tanks, wide beam good for destination all gas and oil paid-
and Diane Clare. ( 98 min) PAYMENTS off-shore. Good condition, $700. call or write for information.

Phone 387 4451 or 264 2573 Future reservations accepted..
April 17 '
,MONDAY eves. and weekends. 561 Northeast 79th St. Rm 226

Miami Fla. 305 758 7133.

: with Christopher FOR RENT 2B HOUSE COMP.
or ,
min Lee)and Barbara Shelley. ( 90 INSURANCE AGENCY Furn., Air cond., Lg Yd. Orange 2B, fam..rm. cent. heat, corn
Park. Will rent to TAD Per-
HOSPITAL: "THE 25thHOUR": er lot, fenced yard, like new-
sonnel or Bachelors2646884. DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771 .
with Anthony Quinn and Virna lt llvd. 31$ 161!
6479 Rooiv
LIsi. ((134 min) 0374 or 771 7874.

C. FIELD: "MONKEYS GOHOME" g 2990' Mayport Rd. 249.5649 Call Us Anytime ST. JOHNS RIVER PRICE CUTto ((3) SINGERS $25

: with Maurice Chevalier 18900. 200 x 200, deep SEWING MACHINES $25 Each
and Dean Jones. ( 89 min) water dock, house, grg, fenced, Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.

TUESDAY April 18 35 mins to NAS. owner, 264- Good condition. Does everythin,

NAS: "JOY IN THE .MORNING" *.*.4..********************* 6869 or 13283148. complete with attachments.
i Yours for the storage charge
with Richard Chamber
: 1 $25. Call 353 1946
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Cecil Nine Win 2 Tie One, Drop One BH
11 The Men In Stripes

'i The NAS Cecil Field Varsity hits during the game, while the
L f c Softball team has been busy this Truckers got four. It was a
fy'.Two recent visitors, but not Both Pete and Bill are U. S charged Bill played volleyballon .past week with two wins one big night for errors, with the
newcomers, to NAS Cecil Field Volleyball Association Officials the beaches of his native loss and a tie to add to the books. "Raiders" being charged with 8.
e have a rather unique hobby that for Region Six (Florida, North "St. Pete." Later he helpedto Last Thursday night theyhosted Walker pitched well, only walk-
'; also provides extra Income and Carolina, South Carolina, and organize a volleyball leaguein Mel's Sunoco of the Jackson- ing one man and striking out three
travel opportunities. The two Military bases In the Azores, the St.Petersburg city recreation ville City league to a double Tonight will be another twin -
visitors are "Pete Tf mann Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Cuba, program ( of which Club header. The first game was a bill with the Terminal Truck
and William "Bill" Whalen. and the Canal Zone.) They are 28 is a member.) close one for the "Raiders" as Company. Game time is 7:30
: Their hobby officiating volleyball both residents of St. Peters- It was in 1956, while playing Mel's boys edged them by one p.m. at "B" Circle North hereat
tournaments. They were burgh Fla., and are co man- volleyball on the ,beach at St. run, 43.Steve NAS Cecil.Saturday .
here last week to officiate at agers of last year's Region 6 Petersburg, that Bill and Pete Burton (VA 44)) was Eastern Airlines will
the Sixth Naval District Volley- champs, Club 28 of St.Peters- the losing pitcher giving up attempt to put down the"Raid-
ball Tournament and they are burg. met.Pete and Bill have been USVBA five hits, striking out five and ers" in another double header -
I currently regulating play In the Bill began playing volleyball officials for the past eight years allowing one walk. The "Raid- at 7:30 p.m. on theNavymen's
South Atlatlc Regional Tour- 20 years ago while he was In Pete is one of seven Region 6 ers" collected five hits and home diamond.
nament. the Army. After be was dis- Nation Officials and Bill hopesto committed two errors.In "Hellcats"Top
become number eight some- the second game the tables Volleyball
time this year. were turned In favor of the
w. In o'rder to qualify as an "Raiders" as they won by a score "Raiders"In
USVBA official, you must attend of 6-5.
two or three volleyball Jim Bussels (VA 174)),the 6ND C...,.

"clinics", officiate two sanc- winning pitcher, scattered five The "Hellcats" from NAS
tioned tournaments, be graded by hits and struck out five while
three certified USVBA offi- walking only one man. The Memphis, Tenn., won their fourth
{ cials, and pass a written examination "Raiders" got six hits and had straight Sixth Naval District
si Volleyball Championship last
on volleyball rules four errors.
and regulations. If you are Monday night the Terminal Friday, when they topped host
NAS Cecil Field three straight
,.., lucky, you can meet all of the Truck Company nine opposed in the finals of the five
requirements during one sea- the' "Raiders" and were sent games
down to defeat In the first gameof day. tournament. Memphis went
unbeaten in their matches,
son.Bill ten
who works full timeat the double header.
the St. Petersburgh Post Office Steve Burton (VA 44)) was which was played to a best of
five series 30 straight
and his wife, Frances, the winning pitcher as he heldT. winning
T/EMANN/ WHALEN have four children; SherryBill, T. C. to one run for a,2 -1 games.
Tara, and Kim. victory. The "Raiders" col- Memphis representing
Pete is a bachelor and con- lected 'four hits from the Truckers Sixth Naval District Jn the South
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR siders himself retired. !* while being guilty of four Atlantic Regionals thatbegan this

QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATES Comments heard from the' errors. The Truckers had two week at Cecil Field. Last year
the "Hellcats"not only won the
spectators and players for men reach base on walks, two
.WITH DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY both tournaments indicate that on hits and nine went down via SoLant title,but well.captured the All-
both Bill and Pete know what the strike out route. Navy event as
"Hellcats" five ori-
Career opportunities in line management, the game of volleyball is about. In the final game, despite the ginal team members kept for the So-

staff or technical positionsin efforts of Jerry Walker, Lam Tourney, and added four
Hole In One For AI the score In the fifth Inning remained -
the Home Office of a major insurance company deadlocked at 7-7. players from Cecil Field, two

Seven and eleven are not the The "Raiders" collected six from NAS JAX..The team picked
Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree- $7514 per year, only lucky numbers. Last week up two of last year's' All-Navy
higher for Master's Degree number 17 was the lucky one for Tryauts For players in Cecil Field's Dick
Al Hardison. Swinging his num- Gardner and Buck Wurster.
ber three iron, the ball came to Members of the augmentedSixth
Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales &Service Golf Tourney
rest in the number 17 spot on ND team are: Lt. H.R.

For more information, Nas Cecil Field's golf course Morgan, officer-in-charge, ATC
call Mr Lavery or Mr. Weaver with just one stroke, 187 yards There will be tryouts at the W.E. Martin, AVCM M.W.
from thje point of impact. Thereto Cecil Field golf course for the Clemons, TD1 R.L. Barrows,
398-8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30: 4:30: Mon. thru Fri. '
witness the shot and playing annual South Eastern Military TD2 P.A. "Doc" Blanchard, and
: Golf Tournament on'April 16th. ATR2 J.T. Deutsch of Memphis
An with Al were: L. Jennings,J S ;
Equal Opportunity Employer Stotts, and Speedy Gonzales. All active duty personnel aboard Lt. Ben Hall,AMS1 Dick Gardner,
NAS Cecil Field are eligible for AMS1 Buck Wurster, and ADJ2
an 18-hole qualification tourna- John Anglovich of NAS Cecil

Can You ment. There are no fees for Field: Lt.; Marty Olson and
this tryout tournament. Inter- ADJ2 R.A. Brandt 01 NAS JAX.

ested personnel may contact Bill
Stott at the Golf Pro Shack or
call extension 245 for further
For Financing' and Insurance
Information and to make reser- Memphis 10 0
Stateside' and Overseas. Call vations. Cecil Field 8 2

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I- # iHi Local Jax Navy Swimmer !At Nationals 1

A 15 year old swimmer and
her coach will represent the
Navy Jax Swim Team in the
National Senior Women's Champ-
53f ionships beginning today and end
ing Saturday in Fairview Ohio:
Qualified to swim in three
.k q tl events the 100 yd. freestyle
100 yd. butterfly and the 200 yd.
individual medley is Mary Fleetof
the base club. Also attending -
the meet will be swim men-

tor Miss Chuck Fleet Phillips.will be one of a _
contingent of approximately 20 _
swimmers from the state travelIng __

PREDOMINANT in the gym last Thurs. was VW 4 hardware.B. north tothe event which will __
feature the female swimmersin
C. C. and top _
Shipp Bryson, Omisfcy were team. the U.S. The meet has its
,mates on the/ All/ Station champion basketball team and the undercurrent of internationals
last three men played the entire season on the Jax Flier var- significance as, prior to the'1968
sity team. In addition, Bryson was awarded the HAS /nfromur- Mexico City Olympiad interested
atrophy/ for most points scored over the season.T.aMs onlookers will be members of the HJST COACH CHUCK PHILLIPS gave last minute pointersto
U.S. Olympic' Swimming Com: Mary Fleets Thurs. In preparation for the Hatlonal Senior

Aid Individuals Saluted mittee.In addition. to Miss Fleet four Women s Championships which beqan today In Fairview, Ohio. ..

other Jacksonville area girls ..
qualified for the Nationals. They
For NAS litrainvril
CkaMpioiiskips are Catie Ball ((100 and 200 yd.
breaststroke), ((200 and 400 yd.
Individual and team members were recognized: for their Intra- medley); Beppy Walton ((100 ,.r.
mural accomplishments by C.O. Martin J. Stack as he presented and 200 yd. butterfly(200( and "
,trophies last Thursday afternoon in the NAS:',Gym. All but two of 400 yd. medley); Fletcher Kafka, Last week to
the awards involved the Just-compleed Intramural Basketball season; ((400 yd. Individual medley) and ( "
the singular accomplishment being a bole1ngolf award David Susan Anderson (400 yd. individual .
D. Kelley of NART / J" medley.) ;

The other award for a sport basketball awards Including. Never before in Florida AAU
other than basketball was the National League First Place history have more than three wesaide4.
annual FU./Ga. Inter ervice Trophy Intramural Championship women qualified in one year for I : .
Conference Award to the NAS Award and Intermural the National Championships. Instrumental ;
SAX bowling team who gatheredin Station Championship Award in in providing both :.
the honor over two weekends addition to the squadron's Chuck training and competition were the './ iApril .
of past competition. Chief Bob Bryson saluted as Intramural Winter Development meets at the ,, -' 9
Wilkins accepted the trophy on high scorer. Cdr.J.V.Lawrence NAS Indoor Pool launched by yesto :, "f
behalf of team members. accepted on behalf of his squadron. Capt. Martin J. Stack last fall. ... ,..",
Chief Bruce Kidd who coachedthe Miss Fleet is the daughter of i. '
lax Navy Flier basketballteam Capt. and Mrs. John P. Fleet a mailman who needed just'a bit more ",,
the second half of the varsity Capt. Bob Watson was on hand officer-in-charge of Fleet Wea- "
season was presented the Conference to accept the American League ther Facility. to swing a week's vacation in Miami.. .. '. :i,'
award for second place. trophy for the Supply team which "
Each team member present was finished at the top of their regu- Since their revival in 1896 who the family color
lar season division. ; to an airman, got a \,..
introduced and presented an individual .
trophy.Intramural Player Lou Rada of VP-30 the Olympics were scheduled* for TV instead of'ablack, and white portable. ..
every fourth year. The two world ,
the Second Place Intramural '" '
and Station'Champions accepted ', : Ie...,
wars however were'responsible
Basketball award for
VW-4 picked up a host of his squadron. for cancellation of tha international to a salesman who wanted to pay his in't: :'t: '":
event in 1916. 1940 and '.
NATTCStftMINUriiyThirteen 1944. j' surance premiums in one lump sum. ,.1' ,\ ."
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teams In the NATTC to a sailor who could spend two extra "'." \
Intramural Softball League taketo "
their respective: diamonds to 'days home if he went by air. ..., .:, r: .', :

open the season April 17. Highlighting VISITCLAUDE

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:| Spring Cup Match Play Ends, I INTRAMURAL GOLF I

v. American League' Gold' 1 3

Mon. Team Won Lost Marine.Barracks 1 5.
f Dependents Tourney Begins FltWeaFac 5 0 Mad Foxes .5.5

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' -- Gems 3.5 2.5
. Mrs. Richard Knock outshotthe VW-4 3 2 SPORTS
for the NARTU "A"Dispensary 3 2
1C opposition Spring
in the Match 2" 3 SHORTS
Cup Championship .
VP 30 2.5 1.5
Play Tournament of the Jack-
, FAETU 2 2 Active duty personnel,inter
sonville Naval Air Station Women's -
ested in varsity'softballAle
Hospital 1 3
Golf here.Association last Malnt. 1 4 on the base team, the Jax Navy
Fliers, are asked to report to
VAP 62 0 3
Second in the ..Championship .
-i! J f Mackroth Field this' Saturday at
1 flight was Mrs. J Earle Bennett National League 9:30 a.m. for the season's first
.a who was also lass year's' run- ::': workout.
ner up.Winner. Team Won Lost Players are asked to bring
of the ConsolationFUghtwas NARTU B 4.5 2 5 their own softball.equipment for
Mrs. Frank Miller. NARF '3 this .
Mrs. Jacques'Jacob was the VP 30 "B" 3.5 1.5 .****.**.
winner of the Championship Di- VP 45 2.5 1.5 There will be no NAS Intramural -
vJsion "B" flight followed by 679th 2 2 Golf for the week beginning -
Mrs. James Stone and Mrs.Har- FAW 11 2 2 April 17, '(Monday) due
ris Bolin, consolation winner. Air Operations 1 2 to the Military Dependents
The respective winners received Supply 1 3 Championship Golf Tournament.
their awards at a luncheon : -
, THESE WOMEN were winners In the Spring Cup Championship at the "Tee House" last
" Match Tournament play which finished last week. Thursday.Jax .

... r: Hosts //nferservice TourneyAs

", \ one group of lady golfers
leave the course, another takes
over.Monday, it'll be military dependents -
from the five branchesof

the service taking to the NAS 77th CONSECUTIVE,DIVIDEND
links for the four day Military '
Dependents Championship Golf SHARE
Turnament, hosted for the first"time. 2MC.PER
by the Navy and the first net
time here. income.
(in the sixth annual
Payable April 17.1961.to shareholders of record March 30. 1961
tournament will be 29 Army
and Navy wives from NAS Jacksonville *
Nas Cecil Field and &
' Mayport Naval Station. in their

respective flights. Hamilton Funds
In contention for the
strong .... INC.
fJO.U. .Da.u CilirUi SRI
championship will be Cleo Gal-
yon, wife of Lt. T. Galyon anda
seven handicapper from May-
H : Y port. Mrs. Calyon was champion -
at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in TAKE A LITTLE DRIVE
1948 58 and in 1967 at Con
necticut's New London Submarine

.\ HOST PRO JOE MACDONALD and/ Mrs. Thomas B. Ellison, Base.Competitors. will be facing 54
tournament chairman discuss plans and reflect on the many holes over 5620 yards of BIG !
competitors that will cross this bridge when the Sixth Annual greens and fairways.
Military Dependents Championship Golf Tournament begins 1
Monday the HAS course.

Navy, always a ,East Coast
Hellcats, Texans Share TopIn contender in lacrosse had four
All .- Americans in the first
13 positions on the 1965 team.
Solant Volleyball Action

NAS Memphis started out the members of his squad and not
South Atlantic Regional Volleyball field a weak team. THE
Tourney action last Tuesday NAS Corpus Christi has two
with two victories in as many members of last year's AU-Navy
matches. The SoLant defending team in Andy Holman and Dick & SAVE $100 II
champions, and newly crowned Yatchyshyn. Both of these I
Sixth Naval District Champs,sent players were at Cecil Field last TERRACESan
NAS Oceana ((5ND) down to de-. year for the District Tourney, Juan New CHEVROLET, OLDSMOBILE,
feat, 7-15, 155152154. The Dick played' for NAS Memphis,
"Hellcats',came back later in the and Andy was a' member of the at Niblicki or a Fine OK USED CAR from
day and dropped Roosevelt Roads Pensacola "Goshawks'. ft 2 Bedrooms
Puerto Rico ((10ND) by scores of Garden Type Apartmentswith
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While Memphis was handling
( Matches scheduled for todayare atmosphere I
their two opponents rather Kitchens equipped with G-E
10 NAS
: a.m. Memphis vs
handily, one other entry in the
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and G-E
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velt Roads, 15-2, 15-5, 16- ,
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Christi met last night in a 6:30 ,
p.m. match, but scores were not r
available at press time.
.' The double round robin tournament TRY MAMA LEORA'SSpaghetti
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Dick Gardner, and Buck Wurster.In .
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