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 20, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions
expressed by the publisher and writers
military department. The herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
appearance advertisements in this publication does not constitute
an endorsement of
any military department of the products or services advertised.


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I Lt. Spots Shipwreck, ,- -i, '

RadioCall Brings Aid ya qR .a I ,

A Neptune aircraft from Patrol hours Commander Biggs and his
Squadron Seven turned what crew orbited at the 1,000 foot
appeared to be a disaster intoa level and kept a watch until they
happy ending for four membersof were relieved by a Coast Guard
a shipwrecked yacht April 13. helicopter
4 The aircraft was on a routine w R d
The stricken crew was pickedup
flight from Roosevelt Roads,
the USS
Puerto Rico, to here when one of by Destroyer Wal-
the three pilots aboard, Lt.jg( ) dron arrived early in SanJuan in the evening Friday.and Their they
Frank Feltham
spotted red
flare below. a 53-foot boat, the Alan-Le-Noire,

Lt. Feltham explained, "We (The Black Wing)was a total loss.A r

were about 45 mlles southeastof story Saturday on the front i''
Grand Turk, flying at 6,000 page of the San Juan Star said <
feet, and 'there were scattered the Alan I.e Noire was bound! .-

clouds below us at about 4,000 for Grand Turk for repairs whenit ACCEPTING MANY DECORATIONS posthumously for Commander Frolzo were his widow Elizabeth -

feet I was* manning one of the two waves ran aground and rocks.and was battered The by Ann Frozlo and his parents Lt. J. M. Fro2/0/ 'Sr., USN (Ret) and Mrs. Frozlo. Left to

afterstation lookout positions was stranded for two and crew one right: Mrs. J. M. Frozlo/ J. M. Frozlo, RAdm H. H. Caldwell, Mrs. Robert C.. Frof so, Robertrear

when I saw the flare. I couldn'tsee half days before being spottedby ( ), Allan and Kathleen Frolzo./

anything else through the! Lt. Feltham.
: clouds except some scattered Vietnam Air Ace
patches of coral reefs. The San Juan paper quoted the Posthumously :
I notified the cockpit and the skipper of the craft, 32yearold -
pilot in command, LCdr. Gene Ken Lannstrom of Sydney,
Biggs, Immediately turned a- Australia as saying, "I knewif Awarded Medals for
round and began descending. As help didn't come that was that.
those Navy and Coast Guard
soon asVre were below the clouds,
we saw the boat firmly aground were great. I really want to By Ed Sowa ,

jf on a reef and listing at about! thank them. They, looked afterus The Distinguished Flying Cross, a Gold Star In lieu of a second DFC, and four Gold Stars In lieu
\ a 45 degree angle. like kings every minute. of the fifth through the eighth Air Medals were presented posthumously to Cdr. Robert C. Frosio,
When we passed close by we Another survivor, Ken Ramsey during ceremonies here April 11. Accepting the decorations from RAdm. H. H. Caldwell, Commander !-
,1 could see four persons on deck 22from VlctorlaA stralla, Fleet Air Jacksonville were Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Frozlo, widow of Commander Frozlo and Lt. J. M.

fc.-....,,.. waving their arms. 'None of them said.'4'My'Godl I was never,(,*so *,Frozio,,.Sr, USN. .t(Ret) ,and! Mrs. Frozio! ,_,his parents. :The decorations honored? Commander Froziofor
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appeared toile:) 'seriously Injured.- happy to see anything my'life; his heroism and 'extra- _______ .
Then 'we climbed back to ,altitude as that plane they watched 'ordinary achievement while serving as pilot, and later mender! Frozlo,displayed extraordinary
and sent a message to the over constantly after we were In aerial flight In connection commanding! officer, of Attack airmanship/and/ excep-
Coast Guard." first sighted." 'with operations against the enemy Squadron 12. tional accuracy In the deliveryof
T For the t next two and' one half 'The first DFC was awarded to air-to-ground weapons.He .

|[ I Commander Frozio on_Aug. 21, consistently inflicted severe -
Git Opus 'Cdr. Rusch i Takes 1966 for his actions In leadingan damage or total destructor -

The southeast perimeter: gate, air strike against the enemy's to his assigned targets, oftenin
located across from the Salvage vital Thanh Hoa Railway North the face of intense enemy
t Yard will be open for morning Vietnam.The fire, surface-to-alrmissilesand!
|i and afternoon rush traffic be- Helm of V rP-30 Def citation read in part:"With prevailing weather conditions."
ginning today. complete disregard for his own The four Gold Stars In lieu of

r. Hours of operation will be from LCdr. John M.. Rusch became He relieved Cdr. George T. safety, he skillfully maneuvered the Fifth through Eighth Air Medals )-
6 to 8 a.m.and from 3 to 5:15 p.m. officer In charge Patrol Squadron Denmark, who has received orders his flight into an optimum posI- were presented for meri-
I Motorists commuting south of the Thirty, Detachment Jacksonville as aviation advisor to the tion and led the attack which torious achievement and success
i main gate are urged to use the during change of command Brazilian Naval War College, succeeded in destroying 10 rail during missions in Southeast
new gate. ceremonies here Friday. Rio de Janeiro.Featured road cars and two storage struc- combat, operations In
U .. speaker for the ceremony tures, and Inflicting heavy dam- Asia.
,, -- age to the railway in several Commander Frozio was bornin
wasCapt.W.M. Ringness,
t chief of staff and aide to Commander places." Coronado, Calif. Mar. 28,
r The second DFCwas 1928. He from Pen-
Fleet Air Wings, U. S. presentedto graduated
Atlantic Fleet, headquarterd at Commander Frozio for sus- sacola High School in 1945 and
Norfolk, Va. tained heroism. "Courageously entered the U.S. Naval Academy
J The Rev. Joe S.McClure, min- leading daily attacks against in 1946, graduating in 1950.
heavily defended strategic
4 (Continued on page 2)) targets In North Vietanm, Com.' (Continued on Page 2))

4 Driver Improvement Course SetThe II

r air station Security Department the assistance of Jacksonville vanced Underwater WeaponsDe- ,
Is offering an eight- Duval County Safety Council. tachment, finished the course.
hour driver Improvement course
> that can benefit every motor Jacksonville Municipal Court He recommends the course for
r' vehicle operator who drives off Judge John E. Santora Jr., com- all drivers, especially young,
and on the base.Designed pleted the 'safety council course drivers with little experience.
by the National Safety and In a letter lauded the pro- Chief Howard explained the

Council classes are taught by gram. course, "makes you think twice
approved Instructors and are The judge, who serves as a when you're behind the wheel."

open to military personnel Department "Judicial referee" for nearlyone Chief Howard's 17yearoldson
of Navy civilians and thousand traffic violationsa Lynn also completed the pro-

their dependents. week, described the courseas gram and said, "the course has
Hundreds of small accidents "a must". He told the coun- improved my driving habits. I
aboard the base each year resultIn cil that he hopes, "all drivers think everyone who drives should
the loss thousands of dollarsworth who take the course will under- take this course."

i ,; { ; v xI of private and govern- stand that accidents can be The eight-hour course begins
ment property.Air avoided by foresight, observance every Monday evening at Bldg.
I :station:> Police Chief D. L. and courtesy." 13, Classes meet on Mondays
Loudermill pointed out that thereis and Tuesdays from 6 9
The course now being offered to p.m.,
on the average an accident a and on Wednesdays from 6 to
aboard the station has broughtthe
day aboard the base. He attributed 8p.m.
same reaction Mrs. Mary
of the accidents
most to
Lou Place, a Navy dependent Drivers completing the course
driver error and! said the courseis
are presented an end-of-course
;and mother, described the courseas
designed to cut this accidentrate.
certificate following the last
worthwhile. Mrs. Place said
AN EIGHT HOUR INVESTMENT of time session each Wednesday. Anyone -
your can prevent "it made me definitely aware of
The effectiveness of the
this type of accident from happening to you. The Security De course what is going on around me Interested in attending the
was summarized by recent
par- course and improving their driving -
partment's Driver Improvement Course Is designed all cV/v- ticipants.The while I'm driving.
may register by calling the
ers aboard the air station. course was set up with TMCS Jasper V. Howard, Ad- Security Division at Ext. 486.n ",

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2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURN ER : -,. April// 20, 7967j
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A..a.URI........UUUUU.......!'!1I -9 Traffic
I. ;; Awaken Your MindBy

j E NEWS IN BRIEF E ,"' Vitiations

Lt. Philip D. Anderson, CHC
The ..fA lowing is a report of
motor Wehlcle accidents and
Advancement Certificates Awarded traffic violations for the period With nothing to do as time goes by,
April 11 17, 1967. Minds can get dusty -' my oh my I
Number of Accidents Your mind of cob webs you'd like to rid -
This Week - - 12 But nothing worthwhile to,your interest does bid I
Total Accidents this year through Awaker your mind from its dull little nap! +
April 17, 1967 - 92 Just brace yourself and your thinking cap
Number of Accidents through To the place where young folks gather to pursue
April 1966 - - 100 Knowledge about things that may interest you! .
Total number of days since last There'll be discussions: about beoksf ? s, or people's whims,
Injury In a motor vehicle acci- AlongVJtlwhe'fun'Of' field trips, picnics, and swims.
dent - - V - 9 And'who knows but what you just may find
Number of ViolationsThis The people you meet are just your kind!
\ Week - - 51
\\ Speeding - -------7 People, what more interesting subject could you find? If you are
I ) Reckless Driving - 0 concerned about life and how others see it, come join our groupof t
r ,k' ) Going 'through stop sign 4 Young People in discussion. We have social activities and
;, ,r..:' Other Violations - 40 refreshments. Come to the Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 on Thursday,
ca < 1 .t ,.:, Twenty-five drivers appeared April 20, 1967, at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
:.J <
before the Traffic HearingBoardat
Capt. Martin J. Stack, commanding officer NAS, presents ad- the meeting held on April 18,
vancement certificates to petty officers who sewed on new crows 1967. Disposition of the cases /
April 16 as a result of the Navy wide February exam. Nine Chaplains MessageBy
Included the following:
lost driving and parking privi-

Military Driver Course BeginsBuPers leges aboard station for various Lt R. W. Duke, CHC
periods; six were assigned to
complete an eight-hour Driver
will be sponsoring a 45-hour Military Driver Training{ Improvement Course; three received Love Real LoveWe
Course for all departments and military commands starting Monday. suspensions; ten were vs.
,Two classes, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., will be Con- given warnings; three dismissed;
ducted Mondays through Fridays in Building 620. Attendance will five fined (U.S. Commissioner); want to be loved; yet we want to be on our own. The first
be limited. For further Information call the General Safety Office. and one was referred to com- desire speaks of relationships of acceptance and belonging; the
'" Ext. 756. manding officer for possible disciplinary second suggests freedom. Or, to put it another way, we don't wantto
*.***.*.*.*..*** action. The 25 drivers be all by ourselves; but we do wish to be ourselves.In .
were assessed a total of 20 points. the realm of man-woman relationships, the norm Is marriage.
VP-45 Creates Fishy Business Marriage Itself implies an Intimate and lasting union in which both
persons offer love and responsibility in complete acceptance and
support of each other and of their family. If you're married,
there's no question but that you belong. And marriage also offers
Dt V In e 5 e r v 1P the free enjoyment of this relationship which cannot be known by

anyone else.
Petty Officer William J. Some would argue that they should be completely free, and for a
Helton, of VP-45,received the few years they may live as if there were no need for love. They
first place award, a $15 gift ROMAN CATHOLICSt. boast of their various sexual experiences. What they miss is the
':,, certificate prsented by Lt. Edward's Chapel exclusiveness that should be present when two persons give them-
( W.R. Dailey, for the largest selves as completely as they can to each other in this person
t : fish caught In the squadron's SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. relationship. What these men fail to realize is that so called
1;t Black Bass fishing contest. and 11 a.m.DAILY "free love" is a contradiction in terms.
Helton's bass weighed in at MASS - 11:45: a.m. Real love isn't free. When we give of ourselves in love, we
w 3 1/2 ]bs. SATURDAY MASS --IO:45a.m. begin to realize that we're dealing with the most expensive commoditywe
****** CONFESSIONS - Saturday have to offer. But when we surrender ourselves in love, and
% mo..? r 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7 : p.m. allow ourselves to belong to another, we will begin living a life

that is free.. ,Puzzling,,..Isn't.it. ? But that's the paradox of love and
U.S., Naval Hospital freedom.The '
person who can give himself so completely in love is also
Navy Relief Briefs volunteers free from himself. Until we can love another, who's to say
that we've ever stopped loving ourselves? Did you ever see a man
in love with himself? It's sickening. Did you ever see two personsin
Miss Barbara Blair wlllconduct the Navy Relief Society Training PROTESTANTAll love? It's beautiful. .
Course for Volunteer Women during the. forthcoming pelod, April
24 May 151967. .
Miss Blair is a graduate of" the University of Alabama and a former Saints Chapel Vietnam Air Ac
Air Force off leer Prior to her Air Force duty Miss Blair was em- *. .
ployed by the San Diego County Department of Public Welfare In its DEVINE SERVICE -10 a.m.
children division and by the Juvenile Probation Department. In the SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m. (Continued from Page 1)) 4500 flight hours and 500 carrier
Air Force she worked with the Dependent's Assistance Program at Chapel Annex Bldg. 722 Ensign Frozio reported to landings. He flew 39 combat'
th Carswell Air Force Base. CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. flight training: In September 1950 missions over North Vietnam.and .
In 1963 Miss Blair was employed by the Navy Relief-Society and Chapel Center Bldg. 751 received his wings In March On' Nov.12 Commander Frozio
since then has- conducted over 100 courses at various( Auxiliaries WEDNESDAY 1952. Following his designation, led the flak suppression elements
for volunteers. Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. he reported to Fighter Squadron in a 40-plane strike against the
These. classes will cover a thorough instruction in the Society's THURSDAY 53 at NAS Miramar, Calif. While Ninh Binh Railroad Yards. The
policies -and .the work of 'volunteers within It, as well as, general Young Adult Group 7 p.m. in VF-53 Ltjg( ) Frozio, flying succcss-of, this mission was assured
: -Information concerning the Navy and the field of social work. Christian Science Service the F9F' Panther jet was awarded by the,accurate delivery
,**************** MooD- -; -8 p.m. four Air Medals and the Navy of Commander Frozio and his
SECOND f Each Month Commendation Medal for his participation flak suppression elements. That
Ollst.dlllSanic. Merits Award Chapel Women's Guild in Korean air combat night he again was, leading an
-------9:30a.m. 'operation. attack against North Vietnam.:
(Chapel Center) Commander Frozio assumed Returning from this attack he was
command of Attack' Squadron 12 killed-in a mid-air collision over
U.S. Naval Hospital on April 21, 1966. On August the Gulf of Tonkin.
jyA 10 he led the first combat strike Commander1 Frozio is survived '
wr SUNDAY SERVICE.10 a.m. ,ever flown by Attack Squadron by his widow Elizabeth Ann
12. Under his leadership VA- (BettyFrozio) and five children,
12 continued to carry out over Robert (14), Kathleen (12), Allan
**************: 450 daily attacks against North ((9)), Stephen ((4)), and Mary ((2)),
Vietnam without suffering and of Jacksonville and his parents
VP-30 CO damage. from enemy antiaircraft Lt. J.M. Frozio Sr.., USN (Ret)
(Continued/ from page 1)) fire. Commander Frizlo had over and Mrs. Frozio of Pensacola.

1 : Ister of 'the Lake-Shore Presbyterian -
LWEt4Capt. Church, Jacksonville,

; : :1 benediction.delivered the The invocation Commander and a AX A I Ft NEWSThe
Fleet Air Jacksonville Band play
.. Martin J. Stack, commanding officer HAS presented the ed the National Anthem and pro
Navy Unit Commendation Bar and a citation to CWO R.S. Collins vided music for the ceremony. JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News-
Friday for "exceptionally meritorious, service from October 15, Commander Rusch is a paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
1965 to August 15, 1966 in carrying out the vital and constantly graduate of Northwestern University ;: Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
mounting task of unloading, moving and storing supplies to support ,
and commissionedupon
was ; Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in
th expanding tactical forces within the I Corps Area in the Republicof Officer Can-
Vietnam." the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
didate School, Newport, R. I.
Looking on was Ens. S.P. Travis from the Commissary storeat After basic aviation trainingat Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
Mayport. x Pensacola,he earned his wings on Monday before publication. Hews items are welcomed/
following advanced flight training from all sources- Telephone EV 9.77Jl? Ext. 8162.

'Buy _.- Hutchinson, Kan., in December Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and

1954.He queries concerning such should be directed to:
was graduated from the The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blending Blvd.'

SavUgs ', Armed Forces Staff College in, Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, T.lephon.387.4451
:. ,. .,. SA.Ai 1964 .after which be.served as"C..aalDc ,,"

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j April// :20, 1967 JAX MR.NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

OWC Presents Awards NL Convention .. Jax: in May Mug of the Month I

> The Navy League of the United Jr., will receive the Rear Admiral -
f States will present national William S. Parsons Award
..:. ---1"
:. awards at Its convention inJack- for scientific and technical pro-
sonville in May. The awards are gress. Captain Snyder is special
given annually for literary assistant to the Assistant Secre- e /'I

scientific and leadership a- tary of the Navy (Research and ',..f.
chievement.The Development).
Alfred Thayer Mahan The Robert M. Thompson
i t i Award for literary achievementwill Award for outstanding civilian
be presented to Rear Ad- leadership will be given the
miral Ernest M. Eller USN Honorable William B. Franke
6 J \ (Ret.), who directs the Naval former Secretary of the Navy.
History Division of NavalOpera- For operational competence the r
tions. Capt. J. Edward Snyder Stephen Decatur Award will be
J presented to Rear Admiral Nor- Mrs. Link
i ? NR's Miss Blair vell G. Ward commander of A card punch operator from
naval forces in Viet Nam. Vice- the Supply Department of NAS
A'W' To Speak At CecilMiss Admiral John J. Hyland, who Cecil Field was presented with
4_ commands the Seventh.Fleetwill the "Mug-of-the-Month" award
Barbara Blair Navy Re- accept the John Paul Jones Award last week by Cmdr. C.W. Ireland,
i lief Field Representative Director for inspirational leadership.A Supply Officer.
Washington D.C., will speakat new award will be estab- Mrs. Betty D. Little received -
the NAS Cecil Field theatre lished this year for enlisted per- the award for the best
At presentation ceremony: TOP rOW (/ to r) Chaplain D. A. next Thursday (April 27)) about sonnel. The Admiral Claude V. "Beneficial Suggestion" duringthe
Weir/ Mrs. J. S. Christiansen, Mr. Howard McVeigh/ Mrs. Janet the mission of the Navy Relief Ricketts Award for leadershipand month of December ((1966)).
Yates, Mrs. Suzanne Coates, Mr. Robert F. Keegan, Mr. Phil./ / Society. All military personnel professional competencewill She received a cash award of$235
/Ip N. Coleman, Mrs. J. F. Pennington/ Mrs. P. P. Fisher, Mrs. stationed at Cecil Field and their be presented to HM2 R.L. for her suggestion to install
wives are cordially Invited to Lewis USN, Marine Corps base, alternate or dual programs on
K. /R. Rebello.
BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Zajlchek, Mrs. Arnold/ / attend the 2 p.m. lecture. Twenty Nine Palms,Calif.,and to the keypunch and verifier. This
Mrs. Margaret Smith, and Miss/ Ertha/ White./ Miss Blair will be at NAS First Sgt. Clovis Corrman.Jr., resulted in more efficient

Mrs. J.S. Christiansen Presi- and area charities April 12. The Jacksonville April 24 through USMCR, First Marine Division, machine operation In the issue
dent of the Officers' Wives' Club awards were made from Nov- May 15 conducting classes for fleet Marine Force Pacific. control section of Control
presented gifts of money to base ember Charity Bazaar proceeds Navy Relief volunteers., The Honorable Paul H. Nitze,' Division. Mrs. Little's sugges-
which totalled almost $3,000. Secretary of the Navy will pre- tion will save the Navy $4,680
Mrs. K.R. Rebello the club's sent the awards. annually.HARL.EVDAVIDSOIM.

IM Softball welfare chairman supervises .. ... ......
inquiry into service and com- Can You "E':-:.-$--:-::3m---:----:-::-::-::-::"-:; -::::::""" ...:.:--:::::: ;:;-:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.:.. &..-...-.-.

Starts MondayThe munity fund needs. Upon appro-
val by a 35-member board, gift TAKE YOUR CAR II [
Cecil Field Intramural recipients are designated.This WTII YOU? II
year Mr. Howard For Financing and Insurance
Softball League will open action McVeigh accepted a check for Stateside and Overseas. Call m

starting A total Monday of 15 ,teams April have 24. been $500 Shelter.on The behalf money of the will Juvenile be used DYER M. BURR i. New SPORTCYCLES Used r rN i

entered in this year's league
for dental equipment. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
with almost every department Miss Sharon Arnold receiveda FINANCE CORPORATION 1; OIL FREE INSPECTION ACCESSORIESADAMEC'S i
being represented. The league check for $425 to be used for and w
will be played as a single Round- children's books at the NAS Cecil INTERNATIONAL SERVICE 6437' Roosevelt Blvd.WE'LL .

Robin."B" Circle North and "B" library. Its summer reading INSURANCE COMPANY : at HAS Jax 384.1690''

Circle South will be the scene program for children is 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771.0527 -----"t-:; ;: ; ;; ; *=
supported primarily by Officers'Wives'
of most of the action again
Club donations.
this year with a couple of games The Speech and Hearing Clinic \
being played at the ball field 4
received $300. Accepting the "
over in Weapons Department.All check was Mrs. Janet Yates. ,. ... JI,. "
the B Circle ''
games at On behalf of Pinecastle School ....... ..... .. ..... !; ''', -J." ,
fields will begin at 5:30'p.m. for retarded children,Mr.Robert I '" ,..,fJ.u,.,.'-.........., ",U .h..JI'iJiN- ;:"
and 7:30 p.m. respectively .Only Keegan accepted $100. ..', ; DOALMOST 'Vj '-::JrI. }" ,
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5:30 p.m. games will be playedon The same amount was bestowedon ''''', : -.. j 4 ;, -",", ,', :. ,.'' ',:
the Weapons field when the ;
Timuquana School, to benefita '
Marines and Weapons teams ANYTHINGt: :
retarded class. :: ,
+ +inleli i
scheduled for an early ,
are game Mr. Coleman for : FOR A
for these Phillip ,acting ;,'fJ "
and are the home teams : :,
Foundation '
the Citizens Scholarship AT r'
games. received $200.A '
$250 check was given Miss J l4V/NCS/ WESTSIDE ATLANTIC
Eagle By Femile Ertha. White to aid the Claire,
White Mission. (IIUK BANK
OH Ne.1 1 it Cecil Mrs. P.W. Fisher representing -
the American Field Service
Lee Chapter accepted $75. 1E ) ,
While other golfers are tryingto ;>

shoot birdies Mary Hall went Chaplain Weir accepted$500 on i1 K c'I ,:i,; "'
all the way last Saturday and shot behalf of the Chaplain's Fund. :,
herself an eagle, the king of MAIL .,.,(. '
all "golf birds". Mrs. J.F. Pennington accepted
Using a number three wood, $173 to be used in the Cecil ..
. ,
Mary made her goal in only two Field Nursery.
strokes. This was two strokes
r.' under for the 339-yard hole The Cecil Field Dispensary : .r:: :.
par III Nit 'J.I'ft.
one at NAS Cecil Field's golf received $75. Mrs Margaret* I: .
Smith accepted the gift. ,. .
course. / 11)1) I /1' ,II ..,. 'I t ,&t ..'
The Navy-Marine Residence
Foundation received $100.A ,... tr't
U.S. ,
'Buy. : ,
check for $50
was presentedthe
Savlngs -. 1} Junior League of Jack- 111UNi
Bonds sonville. \\\ i

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By Cpl. J.H. Sink ,

Marine Wives Club held
Major changes in the Navy and The Internal Revenue Service its regular bimonthly meeting
Marine Corps system of awarding has formally ruled that a re- April 17 at the Acey Duecy Club.
military decorations and medals enlistment during a month in This was the first meeting held
arenow in effect. which an individual is entitledto and conductedby newly elected.
One change substitutes type- a combat zone tax exclusion and installed officers.Arrangements .
written reports by small unit carries with it the right to have and final plans d
leaders with reporting forn s to all 'the reenlistment bonus tax- were completed for club mem-
be filled inby pencil and processed free.Of bers to hold a "bake sale on
eventually by computer. particular significance to May 5 in front of the NATTC
Another change: will speed up the taxpayer servicemen is the Navy Exchange with members
t administrative procedures by application of the foregoing rule providing the "home-cooked"
delegating authority to award Variable Reenlistment Bonuse goodies for the sale.Refreshments .
the Silver Star and other decorations For a reenlistment during a were served
the.Ollef. of N a val Opera month in which a combat tax following adjournment by Betty
tions and the Commandant of the exclusion is authorized when Jean Bock and Vivian Daniels.

Marine Corps and a further sub- VRB Is payable any lump The next regular meeting of Lt. Col./ Francis B. Murphy, the newly/ assigned commander
delegating to the Commander- if authorized or the Marine Wives is scheduledfor
sum payment
and ADC).
in Chief U. S. Pacific Fleet. the first Installment of the VRB 8 p.m. May 1, at the Acey of the 679th Radar Squadron, (SAGE) (
Another change involves modifications is tax free. Club which
totally Duecy at time a guest
of unit awards creating Similarly the remaining installments speaker to be announced, will NAS AF Radar Unit l Gets Hew COLt.
I the Meritorious Unit Com of VRB to be paidat address the group.
mentation and redesignating the annual intervals will also be Any and all Marine wives
s Navy Commendation Achieve tax free regardless of the interested in information Join- Col. Francis B. Murphy is the newly assigned commander of
ment as the Navy Achievement geographical location of the individual ing or visiting with the group th ,679th. Radar Squadron Semi-Automatic Group EnvironmentSAGE
Medal. at the time of' the are cordially invited and urgedto ( ), and Air Defense Command (ADC).
Officials said the old peacetime annual payment. call club president Dot Lynn, Colonel Murphy received his commission through the Aviation
systems delayed and discouraged Conversely should the indivi at 771-4001. Cadet Program In December 1943. He served as a C-47 pilot during
'p initiation awards because dual reenlist during a monthin ******** World War 11 and flew 24 combat missions.
of paperwork involved. which he is not entitled to The members of NWCA #86 Following the war Colonel Murphy returned to the U.S. on inactive
They stressed however that the combat zone tax exclusion held their regular' business reserve status. He was recalled to active duty in 1951 as a TacticalAir
S the "traditionally high" Navy his reenlistment bonus meeting April 5 aboard the Command controller during the Korean conflict.He .
and Marine Corps standards for and his VRB will be taxable. station. returned to Albuquerque., N.M. in 1953 and served as senior
military decorations and medals Also, any annual installmentsof The agenda Included electionof director to the 34th Air Division Controller Center where he was
will be maintained. VRB to be paid will be taxable delegates to the Southeast then promoted to captain In 1954. In 1957 he was transferred to
The changes were made by even though the individual Regional Meeting to be heldin Mt. Lemmon AFS, Ariz., where he served as operation officer for
the Navy Secretary following a may through normal duty May at Mayport. one and a half years before returning to the cockpit.
report from an Ad Hoc Committee rotation assignments be servingin Mrs. Leon Gonley presidentwill Colonel Murphy was reassigned to McClellan AFB Calif. in 1958
headed by Adm. George W. a combat zone at the time of be the official delegate and performed the joint duties of pilot and airborne controller. He
+ Anderson Jr. ( ret.) payment of one or more of the from Jacksonville # 86 and she was OIC of the System Training Branch of the 552nd AEW&C WingIn
..****** installments payments. will be accompanied by 15-;other early 1959 and attended the Foreign Service Institute to study

., -.;._._._....................!.!.!.!.!.!.::.:.:.:-:-:-:-:." : ,:! ; =:=::?=:::. .:.:-:-:.:.:.:..:.:.:..:.... :: members designated to repre- Spanish for future assignment in the latter months of the year.
:. ;;;;:;:;:;:;:;:o-o-------------- -- -: sent their club as delegates.The He reported to the 4780th Flying Training Squadron Perrin AFB,

monthly luncheon heldon Tex. in 1963, and performed the duties of weapons controller'and
1 IMPORTED PARTS | April 13 was a "Crazy Hat" senior' director.

luncheon. Prizes were awardedto The Colonel was assigned commander, Det. 9, 41st Air Division
members who had preparedthe Itazuke AB, Japan In 1965. He returned to the 4756th Drone Squadron
funniest prettiest and most Tyndall AFB Fla. as special assistant to the squadron commander.
.. original hat. Colonel Murphy was promoted to Lt. Col. in March 1966, and was
1 Lt: :
Mrs. Michael Grapp is given assigned to the 679th Radar Squadron (SAGE), and (ADC), as com-
II.,1 credit for, all the arrangements. ;, mander In April, 1967. -
kS The Tigerettes VAP 62 Colonel' Murphy has attended pilot training C-l.19refresher, and
Aircraft Controller schools. He has also completed Air Commandand
COMPLETE STOCK OFIMPORTEDti'ARTS : Squadron wives' first venture on
Staff School and the Squadron Officer School.
the flight line proved to be
pro- The colonel Is accompanied by his wife Bonnie and his daughter
ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES i ductive and profitable. Mesdames -
.... .,+', "tOy. d Arliene Bryant Frances Diane and row resides in Jacksonville.
FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS S ::: Colonel Murphy Is replacing Maj. David E. Whitaker who retires'
:: OF CARS & TRUCKS'rr .:::: Shadburn Bobby Barnett Judy May 31.
fti ... / Lorraine
::: .ti Shinn Judy Steiner
+: Call For Service Archer Vickie Davis Judy Deh-
w M nel Delbres Alvis were effec-
l I 311 9331 I tive sales ladies disposing of a

... 'o.. variety of delicacies and collect-
:. 505 McDUFF AVE. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32205 ;, Ing $88.20 for the squadron rec-
s reation fund. h Sr
E::::"1:::;: ;:;:;:;: ;:- x-:;:::<< :::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;::::::: :::::: :: :::::::: :: :::: m : Cakes cookies divinity, q
brownies assorted homemade
candies, and the attractive ladies
OPEN SUNDAY were appreciated by all in the
squadron as well as those lucky
men in squadrons nearby.
With the assistance of Jim Lor-
1r antos and Lee Williams wide

distribution was effective by the ...t "' # r
adaptation of the photo buggy to W _

A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY was a cookie sold which wagon.is a tribute Every to item the "I WANT THAT ONE" Mrs. J. D. Shadbvrn appears to be

baking skill of the squadron saying as (L RJ) Mrs. L. K. Barnett, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. W.
W* gere them the VW 16 point Safety end Perfonnence Inepection. -
Then we tuned up. H,ht.n.d end replaced .everything the wives. F. Daniel make their decision.
needed It. And guaranteed them 1047.for the repair or replacement
of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000 mila. Coma
66 VW FASTBACK . . . .$1895 Buy
66 VW SEDANS & 'SUNROOF.$1595/ ,..; Featuring I

65 VW SEDANS. . . . $1295 .' J. Palmetto State Quartet

64 VW SEDANS. . I. . . .$1095 r Musical Four
63 VW KARMAN GHIA COUPE, Air Cond.$1295 'w' .Williams Bros. Bonds

62 VW KARMAN GHIA/ COUPE. ." . $995 .The Cavaliers Quartet

'62 VW SEDANS. : t . . .$895 t ."Little" Rex Bennett
63 VW KOMB//. . . . . 11050
Abe Lrvert Records
64 CHEVROLET IMPALA Convertible.' $1395 115 W.AdemsSt.
63 GRAND PRIX Loaded. . . .$1495 Courtesy Atlantic Prannecy10240 Blvd.- MOTORCYCLES

4 64 CHEVY NOVA 2 DR' . . .$1095 1,*S 773 O'Steen's N. Edcewood Pharmacy Ave. We Give Merchant Green Stamps

62 COMET 2 DR SEDAN. . . .5595 Record City
61? HILLMAN/ 4 DR Auto/trans.$495 3538 wood Avenue Open Daily 8 o.m.-7 p.m.Cedar .
( Hills Shopping Ctr.)
63 RENAULT DAUPHINE.$495 REACHES Sat. 8 am.6, p.m.
Bach Office Supply' Inc.
215 First Ave. N.. Closed
1 WESTSIDE Jacksonville Beech Sundays.
MUSICAL FOUR Sioorerstt'9treat i ; MOTORS&CYCLES
Neptune Beech

| 'Sponsored By"VOODLAWN -
Adult $1.00 Child 50
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 ACRES 4949 Blanding

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun. 1 1.6 Adult AT$1.50 THE Child DOOR 75* COMMUNITY CIIURCII PH 7718244Page


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OFFICERS for,Local 74, National Association of Plan

nets, Estimators and Progressmen are, (bottom / ,,.
row, r) ft.
L. Gillette// pres. A. R. Esposito, vice pres.; D. Baffarl .
sec.;' J. G. Cusimano, treas. I. Blue/ C. W. Wynn and S. Ralph I c44e BELLI .
(top row) compose the biannually/ // cececexecuve comm/f./ :

tee.Promotion Bulletins ListedThe I it

following Merit Promotion For further ir Information regarding -
Bulletins are currently open these positions see
for receipt of applications. The the copies of the bulletins or
area of competition and closing call Ext. 684, Recruiting and S/DEWALKS
date for receipt of applications Examining Branch. Industrial w STREETLIGHTS
follows: Relations DepartmentNaval Air "
MPB No. 49 67 Super- Station, Jacksonville. r'-w
visory Electronics Technician u.STORM SEWERSCOMMUNITY
GS 11 Area of .
competition- Rates WATER &
Nationwide. Applications will be Pay CIVIC CENTER :
accepted through the close of
business April 20. 1967. For Select JobsNew MODERN ELEMENTARY
MPB No. 55 67 Engineer SCHOOL ,
(Civil) GS-9 thru
11Area of
pay rate ranges for .CHURCH and SHOPPING
competition Nationwide.Appli- certain Federal engineering and
cations will be accepted throughthe physical science jobs have been a CENTER
close of business May 22, approved by the Civil Service r m .;.,. IN THE
1967. Commission to help Federal agencies DEVELOPMENTBEAUTIFUL
MPg No. 63 67 Architect,' meet the salary competition -
GS 9 or 11 Area of com- of private employers and to ,ey % f WOODED
petition Nationwide. Ap- recruit and retain well quali- LOTS
plications will be accepted fied persons in these shortage zsx. Y
through ,the close of business, categories.The +a x.

June 6,1967.MPB new rates, applicable to
No. 64 67 Mechanical i
Incumbents as well as to new ,
Engineer ( Utilities,) GS employees, became effectivein ?
9 or 11 Area of competiton February. e3 BEDROOMS '
Nationwide. Applications will All professional engineering
be accepted through the doss and ,architecture Jobs, ip"grades
of business, June 6 1967. 'GS-9 through,,GS 12 arg' .2 I BATHS'
MPB No. 65 '- 67. '- Safety covered, ,by the:;adjustments. *.******
Officer, GS 57 or 9 Area :Included among' the, physical .BUILTINKITCHENS ,'
of competition -All Naval acti- science jobs are, patent 'advisors 'f"
vities at NAS Applications will patent classifiers, patent "
be accepted through the closeof examiners, as well as phy- .BREAKFAST
business April 24, 1967. sicists, geophysicists, chemists '"'
MPB No. 67-67 Aero- astonomers, meterologlsts,
space Engineer, GS 12 -- Area oceanographers, actuaries,mathematicians WITH BOOTH
of compeltlton All naval acti- and mathematical
vities at NAS. Applications will statisticians.
be accepted through the closeof eSPACIOUSENTRANCE ;, "
business April 24, 1967. ; '
MPB No. 68 67 -- Computer FOYER r
Programer, GS-9 and 11 WeaconnettRwfat WITH/ 2'ROOMYCLOSETS 1"
Area of competition Atlanta, ; ,
Region. Applications will be
accepted through the close of f
business, May 8, 1967.
Applicants for these positionsmust 103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd
be career or career conditional We Wire Flowers I
employees of the Fed- Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-0250 4 "' PANELED, FAMILY ROOM
eral government. with FIREPLACE d
Applications for the above FlowersFor "" EXPOSED BEAMS
positions should be filed with Every Occasion

the Industrial Relations Department FREE DELIVERY SEPARATE LIVING d. ,
Naval Air StationJack- JEWELL J. SMITH tt DINING/ 'ROOMS
sonville. Y



$25 to $600 ONLY MINUTES FROM ','"
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell// us how CLAY COUNTY ,
much you wonf. Pickup the cash 'at your conven- rL
fence., Some.

You Get Mo. Pm' You Get Mo. Pm' ALL FOR ONLY $15,450

84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00' '

57.80 9.00 427.5' 25.00 L FHA and VA TERMS!!
2'9.11' '3.00 SOO.5' 29.00 ; _
286.73 '7.00 600.00 34.39

Above Payments Include Interest. '\

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4727' San Juan Ave. Dial 384.2374' :aOME: : : Et7ILDERS.: : : :INC. .. s (
Dial 356-0735 I *: ( "
241 Welt Forsyth St. ,You'are cordially invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience c t.. :
5256 Beach/ Boulevard/ Dial 359-2895 70 A.M. to Dark. Travel/ South on Blending Boulevard/ Hwy. 27)April ') ,:{
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679th Radar Squadron Performs vital Defense Mission r r'I

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.and r range of approaching aircraft.; ,
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L-1--- TSCT. ROBERT R. TURNIER, of the S Semi Automatic/ Ground V 1: ., I+' <'- 2ND LT. FRED SCHEER and A1C Morris Deeds assume their
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-- Env/ronmenffSAGEJ/ ( ) operation answers a height request for ______ :::1": ;:' positions as Intercepter director associated/ / technician for T '

ZJL: the computer at Gunter AFBt Montgomery, Ala. r" T.t;:; ",..'4'iJ.1ii.,,,;" !,. the .control of' air defense"command/ aircraft In manual op.ratlon. 1 '

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for your convenience 6 a.m.> 10 p.m. >,,<, ..< _iI TI ing his patio in flagstone. ,
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raid. stnrice. .*.pick-. !.?.,& "dtlhrtryechiiic ..., ,I .. ; to a GI who wouldn't' propose until i1 he }
L 'tt. ',_______ : ', ..... .. ,' .> had all his bills cleared' :' :' ;,
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THE TALL MUSHROOM like scture* of' the 679th Radar Squadron .- to a photographer who graduated to an

houses the long range rod unit, which detects the position expensive Japanese camera.to .
/ of' approaching aircraft.

.a wife who missed the driveway and
:.:. '!t> .. The presence of the Air Force unifoi( ns s aboard the Naval Air Station may have ...... whose husband would miss the fender.- ,
\!..\ .' EDWARD G. FOLICK checks valve/ setting of the Whit. some people ,wondering 1 If{ the' Navy Is b be: i spied on. The' results of an investigation- >:..0. ,
revealed that the Air Force assigned hefe are attached the 679th Radar
Superior Delsel which It used for emergency backup men Squadron MSGT. JAMES H., PARKER, performs a vldio/ check on '
which of whose sion
is one 15 radar units n is the air defense of the Southeastern.
.' -. power for the SAGE area.WESCONNETT. United States. a ANT ''ST 2, a digital transmitter, which transmits .
Under the command of Lt. Col.> Franc B. Murphy, the unit maintains a 24 hour gathered Information to Gunter AFB, Montgomery y, Ala. We're not '
a-day surveillance of the sky approaches of)f the eastern seaboard against a possible
FURNITURE co. enemy attack. .
To perform its vital mission of air dense, the squadron utilizes a longrange MILITARYAUTO
search radar unit, which detects the positi of approaching aircraft, two height finder
NEW & USED FURNITURE APPLIANCESNEW radar units which determine the altitude and range of aircraft, and two gap-finders, LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY in businessto
& USED TV SETS smaller radar units, which determine bet altitude and position of aircraft.
NEW ADDING MACHINES' A data processing/transmitter/ which p pr cesses information gathered by the radar POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS units, and transmits it into a high-speed C a iputer' located at Gunter AFBMontgomery, INTEREST, FINANCE CHARGES ,
FREIGHT SALVAGE Ala., is also among the equipment used by t the squadron. AGE 21.24 Married $$10.40 mo.
'S: EASY CREDIT TERMS At Montgomery, the entire defense pictu of the Southeastern region (Is maintained no. '
HRS. 9am.: -' 7p.m. Come In & Browse! The 679th also maintains a ground air tra emitter/receiver/ radio site 10 miles southof AGE21-24 Single $$12.80 mo. say
of here. This site, under the direction CMSgt Kenneth Allinson, allows weapons, Meets and Base Requirements
controllers, to communicate with aircraft wbfe intercepting4 friendly or hostile aircraft. ; is i
5326 WuctntHllvdl.it. 103rd v 771-0750 There are over 100 highly skilled and tra ed d officers and! men assigned to the '-679th: Robert Travis. & Associates s, Inc.
Swamped with tax payments? Radar Squadron. So, if you do see men in Air Force uniforms walking around the station, NAS/ J JAX and NAS/ CECIL FIELD: Too many bills? Unify them with a
fear not, for they are with us, not against us' 1st Office N. of (Gate i 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583 Uni-Loan. One loan takes care of every-

See us$ for a 10all.B1UUTETT (By Jodi/; Kirby)) thing. You make one payment per monthto

THE (Photos by Judy Andersen) CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR .us. ,

% ''ronoT .riRiiI .

MEMItN r It DCNm.. D It..D.'r ''iii.U"..He It CONPONATsON. .. CLAUDE NOLAN San Juan V Career opportunities in line management, .* onactA.mD(' ."'"'""' I""I.t-" ,
at Niblick Lawn Mowers & Tractors staff or technical positionsin '..
US HAS FACILITY OFFICE 1 tl t.I! 2 Bedrooms SALES & SERVICEGarden the Home:Office of a major. insurance company ,

Type Apartments W" Gin Merchants Green Stamp. for Bachelor's' $$7514' UNIVERSAL CIT CREDIT COMPANY .
Acrtss Fr.. Afairistrif.ti. Iltll., WAS with. Country Club r Starting salary per year ''.:? -",
(for Master's \
atmosphere : Open Daily 8 am.7 p.m. higher Degree k
..1.Jd 1 Hun.. : Kitchens equipped with G-E Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. 3312 .leach' Blvd.JackstmrHle .
Monday/ thru. Thursday/ : 10:00: AM tll 3:00: PM Ranges & Refrigerators Also excellent opportunities in Group,p Insurance Sales&Service .

Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30: PM p-HO.Ng-.Ei- 3-3922 __ Individual and Air Conditioning Closed Sundays' For,more,information, ,.... "','., ., 1' ", 'I"", ., fll. '
Heating by erE & MOTORSftCYCLES ..
'. (catlMfi,Livery or"Mr.' Weaver ..
,Ph.. Exttisltis. ..272 .r $1273 Wall Drapes to Wall furnished Carpeting and d 398-8711 1, Personnel DepL, 8:30: .4:30: Mon.thru" Fri. \ ,Pfeeie.. : 3981581I $ ,;- .6..", '' ."!

Large Swimming Pool : 4949 BLANDING BLVD. -An Equal! Opportunity,, Employer", -(r ,
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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER April 20, 1967

FACTORY NATTC ': Behind- The Scene' '

By.Kim/ Lorose. & Mary: Lunde _..Lu_
Park Orphanage, and has organi- graduating students are anxious t
REDUCTIONS zed activities on his own land for to learn about the places which
_ a the use of these children,and has they will be transferred. Thisis
S6 also donated personal sets of your golden opportunity. Var-
fishing gear. These actions, ious books about near and far off
always undertaken at his own places will be on display for
expense have contributed sub- your' reading enjoyment. '
S SALE L stantially not only to the children Through reading we learn
involved but to the rapport about ourselves and the world
between the civilian and Navy around us. The widest possible
communities. range of subjects are at our

MORE ,O'Neal's total dedication, per- fingertips, from art, hobbies,
sonal integrity,' and his humani- poetry, adventure, history, and
tarian acts make him a creditto sports to name a few.
this command, to the Navy, Briefly, allow me to sumarizethe
THAN PLYMOUTHSMUST and to his commumity. services our own NATTC
O'Neal will be presented a library offers. There are thousands -
$50 U.S.Government Savings Bond of books to Increase our
and a letter of commendation by knowledge, for enjoyment and
GO 0 a Capt. Thomas B. Ellison. In to open new horizons.
addition, he and his wife will There are current and back
also receive an all expense paid, issues of popular magazines for
trip, compliments of the USO, browsing, research and current
EXAMPLE of goer SAVINGS. to the historical sites of St. events.
r AKl 1 Johnny E. O'Htal Augustine. Family and friends often send
******** "letters" by tape. We have
Aviation Storekeeper First
BELVEDERE 4-Dr SEDAN Congratulations are extended
available both tape recordersand
to the Honormen of the Week.
record and large
players a
Factory Air Conditioned Torque '.Fllte Transmission selected as NATTC's Serviceman From Aviation Ordnance "A"SchoolQass
of the Month for the monthof supply of L.P.'s. You may even
heater and defroster, safety padded dash, March. He is the Leading Petty N. 648 LCpl. J. bring in your own records to
Power awarded this
seat belts front and rear electric wipers and washers Officer and Senior Section Leader honor. Power was graduated with a listen to if you wish.
Being so far from home
tinted glass all around, white walls and wheel the for Aviation the Material Ordnance Division School.in final average of 85.38. often puts us out away of touch with

covers, outside mirror. O'Neal is cited for his Honorman from Aviation Ele- our local, home town and state
A lA"* personal tridan's Mate "A" School is
news. Our library has current
$ pride and his willing acceptanceof Airman A. R. Kisling. Kisling
newspapers from around the
responsibility towards his graduated with Class 644 A with
United States to make home seem
job, spaces,and personnel work- a final grade average of 94.56.
ing under him. Not does 0' not so very distant.
only ********
PHONE 2642417Only Our library staff is availableand
Neal receive of
a rating out-
A listing of personnel advanced -
standing on inspections, he does readily willing to help and
more than required aid the in rating as a resultof assist in any way they can. Na-
20 minutes SatiiKM NASt>nHy tf Aviation Ordnance Phases the February Exams, not pre- tional Library Week is meant to

Drivcatittlc-Savcalotat maintain an accurate and current to viously available for publicationis stimulate and encourage readingas
printed below: a lifetime habit and pleasur-
inventory. His
personal -
CLAYTON REVELS is exemplary and appearance he insists Advancements effective April able pastime.
that 16 are; PH3 J. G. Allis PN2R.
subordinates maintain
H. Benjamin, AK2 T. H.
comparable standards.
Butler, ATN3 O. R. Coleman, r
;not* ,AOC D. N. Greeson, HM3 T. L.
end with his job. He spends
SPRINGS FU PHONE 264-2417 off hours Hire, Jr. YNC D. J. Kane AOCJ.
many duty working
F. King, DT2 J. R Land,
with the'".? KLJ children.. 0", of..v the.*- Spring &PN3E.fcL! Laro PM., ,R..A.L.
w.nw'"t ; rtJ *
f ixC Murray
PN2 D.;: J. O'Connell, PN2' L.

o3 ., N. Stubbs,' DT3 F. T. Wil-

,i;... '.'.. ,1 oj.," 'tl I l kerson. .
24m ,t' Advancements effective July .3
16; TDC R. L. Bowers AK3J.
P. a1l1nare, AOC W. T. Gif- ,!
.. i
ford, AE2 J. M. Hobbs DT3J.
./) : C. Kiser, DT3 S. L. Koe-
.; nig, AOC C. E. Little, HM2 j,
P. J. Rhodenizer, DT3 C. G. _

': Weaver, YN3 J.,L. Yeager.
Advancements effective Aug-

'..A ust 16; AMS3 B. Hessenauer,
ADJ3 T. W. Snow.Advancements .
_ : effective Sept- HATTC'S Library sponsoreda
ember 16; BUL3 M. D. Beh- Dependent Children Day
rens, AEI J. W. Carr HM3W. In honor of National Library
r l/i1/IL1I 1. R. Carr, AEI J. R. Edwards Week.
MM2 F. Flagge. HM3 D.,E. Ko-

/ / val, BUL3 L. G. Mitchell PC3C. Church Slates
R.. .Morrison, ADJ3 D. R.
RitewDM3 B. L. White.
************* Square Dance
4 __ '"
A. 111" Jjf N \ National Library Week, being
honored April 16 through 22, The Lutheran Service Centerof
comes but once annually, and
Jacksonville, located at 19 W.
its purpose is to motivate peo-
Forsyth St., is sponsoring a
ple to become more aware of
Square Dance for military personnel -
the great wealth our libraries .
on Friday April 21, beginning -
offerthrough-out the year. at 8:30
Special bulletinboards and displays be p.m.
There will no admission
will be put up to attract
charge and refreshments will be
our attention.. This week NATTC
free. As an additional treat,
Library is having a "DreamSheet" the facilities are aircoooitioned.ripjl.
table. So many of our

Lost in a, sea of bills cf 8uan ;;; ;';

S. O.S. Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard specializes in

",f renting money to Naval personnel. For high priority .;:7 TRY MAMA LEORA'S

service, telephone ahead for a personal (and top i j; (QYt'IasSan ) ; Chicken :;

secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how low your 11111175 1

monthly payments will be. Juan at Niblick

Loons to $600 Phone 384 4406 Pizza SpaghettiLasagna

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,; a with Country Club SUN thru THURS

..'..,' ,. Atmosphere 5:00 p.m. ?2:00 p.m.
I Kitchens
1 f" equipped with G-E
j ,- : 3 Convenient/ offices In Jacksonville located at: t Ranges G Refrigerators FRI and SAT .

34 W. Duvo// Street, Phone 356-33U Individual Air Conditioning 5:00 p.m 2:00
and Heating by G E
2/5/ American Heritage Life Bldg., Phone 356-2432 Drapes furnished Located flO Kii'
Wall l to Wall Carpeting and imt'J
1959 Blending Blvd. (Corner San Juan & Blending), Phone 389 3446 Large Swimming Pool CARRY OUT \

I April" 20>, 7967 JAX AlRNEWS/AFTERBURNER P".f

Movies Club Schedules I

::' i
MOVIES will be shown reg- '" NAS CECIL FIELD MfiffiMAds :I
ularly at the NAS JAX Theatreat
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru BEACON CLUB. Tonight is "Game Night", beginning at
Saturday. There will also"be 7:00 p.m. Later in the evening, The Strangers will entertain.The .
matinee at '2 p.m. on.Saturday a, dinner special will bs shrimp $.50. Friday's dance features
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- "The Formations". On Saturday will be the Navy Finance Office should be mailed it the Holt Publishing Company
pital Theatre will have one weekly Party. Sunday presents the Phil Cay Band, with Go-Go Girls 1950Bluing Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210. to arrive
feature at 7 1 p.m. Cecil Field Brenda and Audrey. Monday Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday not later than Tuesday for publication the Jollou/ing' Thurs
will have two' shows during the and Wednesday there will be bands "The Crescendos" and "Mel day. Add arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30 and 8 Mat- Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Girls" respectively.NASJAX foil awing week unless the publisher is instructed other'
inees will be shown p.m. J (wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
on week- ,. be received WITH the copy for the ad.
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY ,


NAS: "CAST A GIANT SHADOW "0 CLUB: Thursday features a Beefeater's Buffet from 6 p.m. RATE: Minimum charg ((3 line.).,. . < . S2.00
:" with Kirk Douglas Sen- till 9 p.m. CHARLIE JAY Is the band for the evening on Friday Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .Y.0.50

ta Berger and Angie Dickinson. from 8 p.m. till midnight. Dance to delightful sounds,of JOHNNY
JELINEK on Saturday from 8:30 p.m. till 12:30 a.m. Tuesday's
((141 min.)
HOSPITAL: "FUNERAL INBERLrn" dining special is Foreign Dish Night German Style from 6 p.m. MOBY DICK '* THE GREAT GOLDEN SEW SINGER
till 9 p.m. A Family Chicken Buffet from 6 p.m. till 9 p.m.
1967 model
: with Michael Caine White Whale Jonah deploying59 perfect cond.
and Eva Benzi. ( 102 min) is the dining feature for Wednesday.CPO Cad., 62 series. White 4dr., Zig Zags fancy stitches

C. FIELD: "DRACULA CLUB: All pizzas are going for the price of $.75 on Thursday All Pwr. & Elec., Has Air. Best overcasts, blind hems button-
PRINCE OF DARKNESS": with A Seafood Special is featured for $1.25 and dancing to the musicof Offer. Cash Only. Cecil Ext. holes 8 payments. of'$6. 2362
Christopher Lee and Barbara 532. Blanding Blvd. at Cassat Open
the on Friday. PHIL CAY will be on hand for
Shelly, ( 90 min) 9 to 6 & Sun. 388 2541.
your listening and dancing pleasure on Saturday. Sunday, JOHNNY 1967 AUTO ZIG ZAG RAYFIELD SEWING MACHINES
FRIDAY, April 21 ARNOLD has the floor during the afternoon, with MARK CASTLE. Repossessed In cabinet. Buttonholes -

taking over in the evening. Try the Half Pound Rib Eye Steak overcasts decorates, etc. BOAT FOR SALE 17' SUPER- ,,
NAS: "AFTER THE FOX": with Special for $1.35 on Tuesday. Italian Spaghetti is the dining special Bal. $28 or $5 mo. 2362 Bland- Craft with Johnson 35 and trailer.
Peter Sellers. Victor Mature and
for Wednesday. ing at Cassat. Open 9 to 6 Outriggers and 2-six; 1twelvegal.
BrittEkland. min
((103 )
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: The pay day special is Pork Chops &Sun. 3882541. tanks wide beam good for
SHADOW" : or Spaghetti all you can eat for $1.00. Friday, the club is RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER off-shore. Good condition, $100.
: with Kirk Douglas, hosting the "Ship Wreck Dance" with music provided by the PAGE Phone 387 4451 or 264 2573
Senta Berger and Angie Dickinson. FIVE COMBO. Saturday presents CASEY JOHNSON and THE MOON- SYMBRA BRASSIERE CONSULTANT eves. and weekends.
((141 min) LITERS. In the mood for something new? Try the Buttermilk Improves the bust
C. FIELD: "JOY IN THE line 28 AA 52M Phone RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR,
$ cup
" Fried Chicken Special for .75, and treat the whole family Sunday '
MORNING" : with Richard finishing up the evening. Shuffle Board Tournaments will be heldon 264 6906 or 264 4016. 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat corn
Chamberlain and Yvette Mim- er lot, fenced yard, like new-
with time 7 1
Tuesday starting at
ieux. ( 103 min) DUKE LOSTUMBO Bkr. 1'11-
BLUEJACKETS INN: The spotlight is on MARCH WILSON and the We may have a car for your 0374 or 7717874..
REDCOATS Thursday. Friday willhost PHIL CAY and the CHANTELSThe destination all gas and oil paid-
SATURDAY, April 22 CHANCES will performonboth Saturday and Sunday afternoons call or write for Information. MOBILE HOME 64 10' x 50'

. NAS: "HOT RODS TO HELL" with the STUNSTERS completing the dancing fun on Saturday and Future reservations accepted.. set up near NAS. $2800. 388-
with Dana Andrews, Jeanne the MARK CASTLE COMBO on Sunday. Meet with new friends and 561 Northeast 79th St. Rm 226. 9306.
Grains and Mimsy Farmer. ( 92 dance with your old friends to the music of the STRANGERS Mon- Miami. Fla. 305 758 7133. ,JOBS AVAILABLE

min) day evening. Tuesday hosts the FORMATIONS. Bingo is featuredon ((3)) SINGERS $25 .IBM,.Cashier/Checker*
HOSPITAL:: "AFTER THEFOX" Wednesday from 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. SEWING MACHINES $25 Each Clerk Typist .
:' with Peter Sellers Guaranteed. Left in warehouse. Train Now Pay Later Jobs

Victor Mature and Britt. Ekland. Good.condition. Does everythin, open Student Loans Top jobsin
((103 min.) MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll complete with attachments. Jax area for trained people.
C. FIELD: "FUNERAL INBER- Yours for the storage charge High school not required. No age
LIN": with Michael Calne and only $25. Call 353 1946 any, limit. Day and night classes.
Ranks All
Eva Benzi. ((102 min) AgesLOW time. Ask for Warehouse. Will Free Placement, Service Accredited -
SUNDAY, April 23 RATES deliver no obligation. 1606 Main by N. E. A. A.

HOSPJTAL;, : HOT RODS4TO Street.A Call 356 ,- 5745
EASY MONTHLY 311 Florida'Title Bldg.
Jeanne Craine, Mimsy farm FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
er. ((92 min) &- &
House VA
;1 r C. FIELD: "CAST A GIANT PAYMENTS FHA resales Apts.$50 Equity& $100 down. DIAL 0 MATIC .
' 1967 ZIG ZAG
SHADOW with Kirk Douglas,
:, ; USN/Ret.
Call Powell or Mills ..
..:' Senta Berger and Angie Dick- Park in Nice console. Makes buttonholes -
264-2411 Orange Realty.
inson. ((141 milMOHDAY?) McDOUGALL'S blindhem, monograms &
. fancy'' stitches. $36 cash or $5
April 24 FOR SALE BEDROOM HOUSE mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. 'at

C. FIELD: AFTER THE FOX" INSURANCE AGENCY Nice shade trees Approx 2 San Juan Open 9 9 &
with Peter Sellers, Victor acres. 13500. 5747 La Moya Sunday 388.1551.

Mature, and Britt Ekland. ((103 Ave. Jax. Phone2843681GreenCove SAX SEWING CENTER
min.) 6479 ...s..IIIIII. 381-776 Springs.

2990 ''Moyport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS BABYSITTER Hills area.WANTEDOrtega Dependable.-)

SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGA Approx. 2:45 to 6:00 PM..
" Service Oriilzitiei TION. Homes for $50 and $100 5 days a weel. Phone 384-

down Rentals Acreage In- 4966. ,after 6.PRISCILLA'S .
Sets leech Pel Dey FHA HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS vestments. We will build for you. CERAMICS USED
Bowen Real Estate, Realtor.
Kiln for sale 18x18x20 ins. Firesto
usa Pal Day will be held at WALTER T. BOWEN USN Re-
NOW AVAILABLE AT 2300 dgs. Call 771-7036.
Jacksonville Beach on Saturday. tired. 3841376

May 6, at which time military CREDIT WANTED 2 GOOD DRIVERSto
personnel and their families will YOUR UNION FOR SALE -4 BEDROOM'HOUSE help drive car to 'Maine &
be the guests of the USO Coun- w/garage. cent beat &. A/C
EXCLUSIVE CREDIT UNION FEATURES vicinity Pay personnal expenses -
for fun : schools.
cil of the Beaches a Close to Assume only Leave 1st of May

filled day. oBorrowtr's Insurance provided on all FH....TITLE I loan at no additional' cost. 4 1/40/0 VA loan. Oak Hill Park For Information call 387 1340
The activity begins at 9 a.m. a You art an owner of the credit union 7719364.,
Griffin's Amusement Area is a Hours and location art convenient' '
offering free rides from 1-3 a Dividends ore good. FOR RENT: 2B HOUSE COMP. 1963 OLDS. 98 HART/TOP
p.m. Food and cold drinks will Q You can save and borrow at the same time. Furn., Air cond., Lg Yd. Orange All power fact air.,New Rubber
be free at the Beaches USO Club J Park. Will rent to TAD Per- Excel. cond., $1300, NAS Jax.
610 Oceanfront from noon to sonnel or Bachelors2646884. 389 1'111 Ext. 596.

There will also be free FOR SALE '66 HONDA 150 GALS HERE'S YOUR OP-
pony rides for the children. Black & Chrome windshield ex- PORTUNITY FOR Extra Income -

The Servicemen's Uniform will tras. $395 781-4337 a brand new wardrobeA
be the ticket for admission to with BEE-
Glamourous career
these activities and must
LINE FASHIONS Show the latest -
worn. This is Important for Id- Hse. grg. or '120 ft. St. Johns' fashions to of
Rlv., dock & hse. 12 miles
dent 1C1catio n purposes. Dependents zJtIrAN women right In their own
whose husbands are No. of Palatka Must leave
home. Work as little or as
deployed should apply at the state make offer 2646869or ? you like. Don't delay. Call

Beaches USO Club with proper- 1-328-3148- NOW II 387. 1412 & 355.
identification for 3296.

flffll.TWIN JSfflf I.
ges.Women in the service are SWAP WANTED ANY AVIA-
included and also must be in REALTY TION Machlniest Mate Jet 3rd

uniform. APPROVED FHA TITLE I LENDER Class. Lives in San Diego area.
Children of military dependents HILDA T. HETH Due to discharged in 7 or 8
must be accompanied by e mo. Please contact: James
their in order to enjoy 'Ja RealtorJoseph
parents AlavyFe.deiatottfDr Schoenberger ADJ3 VF 21
the free activities.The % Material Division C/O Fit.
E. Beth AssocofeRentalsSalesAcreageLou
communities of Neptune ,
P. O. San Francisco, Calif.
Atlantic and Jacksonville Beach No WesPac Crews until Discharge -
es are giving free parking meter UNION Residential-Commercial' date. -
service for the day to military Industrial
JJ.X HAS aid,. 39 CCOL FIELD JU,.26
personnel.This 7W.JS4.1391.'./f....rd. S507 TW. V 1-3211 ;C.t JOS 214-3681 SELL OR RENT 3 BR, KIT
USO Pal Day of the Armed Hews J MM. fit. ftX.'4:>> Nwru.... frt. &>>-J40 Orange Ave. S. at Bay St. equip., 4 min from NAS JAX.

Forces is being sponsored by Green Cove Springs 765-8715 days or 764-6683 evs.
the USO Council of the Beaches.

Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER April 20, 7967
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MID- SoLant Champs All-Navy VB Tournament

} CITY two teams began at 6 p.m. Underway at Cecil Field

JAX'J NIWtSTCHKYUINPLYMOUTH and after the first game the fans
y in the gym knew they were in
' "' for a evening of Volleyball. The
ocauRMe "Texans" won the first game bya
score of 16 14, but the
"Hellcats" were not to be den-. 'tki
LET YOUR OLD ied and came back strong to .
CAR MAKE THE take the next game, 15 7.NAS ; I
DOWN Corpus went ahead in the > cfe'
PAYMENT match 2-1 with a 15 9 vic!'
tory in the third game. Once
again the "Hellcats" pounced
back make it five
to go games '
f ,
44 COMET CALIENTE by winning the fourth 1614. .4
Air Cond., Auto, Power \
In the fifth game of the match,
Steering, Extra Clean.
THE WINNERS. .Coach Bob NAS Corpus, led by Andy Ho- as .t A
$11M man, John Blankenship, and "
Morgan accepts South Atlantic ) _
Region Volleyball champion- Dick Yatchyshyn, put the stop- : _
ship trophy from Captain U. L. per on Memphis and won 15- _
13, thus putting the two teams
Fretwell commanding officerof
all in matches won and
42 even
FORD XL CPE. V/8 NAS Cecil Field, as cap SOLANT ENTRY. .Members of the South Atlantic/ Region/
Automatic, Power steer- lost and necessitating a 21 point
Ing, Power brakes, Air tain of the "Hellcats", Ray sudden death playoff.NAS augmented team that is participating/ in the All Navy Volley-
w Cond., Perfect. ftiiaa Barrows looks on. i* ball Tourney this week at HAS Cecil Field.

NAS Memphis} defeated NAS Memphis jumped intoa
Corpus Christi in a 21 point quick 10 point lead in the The Pacific Coast Region Jax Navy band provided the mus-
sudden death playoff to win play off behind the hitting of jumped into an early lead in ic for the event which includedan
the.South Altntic Regional Volleyball Dick Gardner,"Doc" Blanchard, Tuesday's opening round of playin introducation of players,
44 BUICK SPECIAL Tournameny and earned and Ray Barrows. The "Hell- the All Navy TournamentThe officials and dignitaries, and a
Cpe., 6 cyl.. Stick R& the right to represent that region cats' increased their leadto "Invaders" slipped past the welcome aboard address by
H, X Clean. $111 in the All Navy Tour- a score of 14 2, and seem- South Atlantic Region in the Captain U. L. Fretwell com-
nament. ed to have the championshipwell opening match, and came back manding officer of NAS Cecil
Going into the final match of wrapped up but the "Texans" that night in the final of the dayto Feld.
the SoLant Tourney, Memphis had different ideas. They put down a hustling Western
representing the Sixth Naval came roaring back to pull within Pacific Region team. Today's schedule will have
5 points of Memphis. The four matches, with the first
District, was undefeated, and Pacific Coast defeated the defending -
42 VALIANT V 200 needed only a victory over their two team traded serves sev- champion South Atlantic one getting underway at 10 a.m.,
2 DR., Hard Top Auto, opponent, Corpus Christi,to successfully eral times, with each pick- Region by scores of 15 11, and will pit the South Atlantic
R ,& H., Real Clean. defend their crown. ing up a point in between ser- 15-4,11-15, 15-5, and Region against North Atlanic.At .

sss The final match between theCONVENIENTLY ves. Memphis held a 20 14 Western Pacific 15 9, 15 1 p.m., Pacific Coast: meets
lead on the "Texans" whenDick .
8,12.15, 15.5.
Western Pacific, at 4p.m.,Pacific -
Gardner put the ball away for Western Pacific took three
Coast takes onNorth Atlantic,
.. tai the 21st and deciding point straight games from North Atlantic and in the final match of the
to give the "Hellcats" their
15-9,15-12,15-10 Western Pacific with
'41 PLYMOUTH FURY second straight SoLant Title. and South Atlantic got their play tourney South, Atlantic.

Hard Top Coupe., Auto., IiiRP1A'APARTMENTS Coach Bob Morgan"has seven teamwork clicking in their
R & H., Nice Cargill $ ; of last year's players on the, match with North Atlantic to
augmented team that won the All- win 15 7, 15 -, 8, 15 6.
Navy crown. They are Cecil'' The All Navy event began THE ORIGINAL!
Feld's Dick Garnder and Buck back on Monday with a meeting
Wurster; Andy HomanTand Dick"Yatchyshyn off players; coaChes and>offH
'42 WPERIAL LE- LOCATED of NAS Corpus cials in the station gym to'discuss THE AUTHENTIC!
BARON *' dr., Fully Christi, and Ray Barrows, Tom the tournament rules and
equipped. One Owner NEAR BOTH BASES Deutsch, and Ray Barrows, regulation. Following the meeting TAPERED UNDERWEAR
Solid Blk, Special Price. Only Min/ to Cecil A HAS "Doc" Blanchard of the Mem-' the participants boardeda by
.. $1211 phis "Hellcats" Other membersof bus for a, journey to St. Augustine .
the SoLant entry in the All and a tour of the An-
71 UNITS Navy Tourney being played this cient City, arranged throughthe
1,1&3BEDROOM week here at NAS Cecil Field courtesy of the North Flo-
rida USO and the Chamber
areJack Anglovich, Cecil Field;
'6'i APARTMENTS Bill Magtin and Mitch Clemons of Commerce in St. Augustine.On .
CHEVY II STA. WAG. of NAS Memphis, and John Tuesday morning a very
Auto., R & H., 6 Pass..
colorful was held to
of NAS ceremony
Real Nice. ALL APTS HAVE: Blankenship Corpus
$1011 Christi. open the tourney. The ComFair-

CARPETSeDRAPES For yoir It' till N....stla


Coupe., Auto., R & H., PORCH
Extra Nice SALES ud SERVICE fir

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p 'I'' Near Schools Both Private/ '
'65 and Parochial .; to
PONTIAC STAR & Shopping Center
Chief, Fully Equipped, end iL '" k liveyou
Fact. Air, Low Mileage
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PHONE 771-8844 that trimathletic

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\ Whistling; !; In 4r SPECIAL

The Rigging '

BY, Lt. P. E. T Ibodea:

The Navy Jacksonville Sail!:ng Club journeyed' to Mt. Dora PURCHACEI!
past week to participate in the annual Nit. Dora Regatta.Duntry" .
Since Mt. Dora is
in the "hill a: of Florida, we experiencedn
a different type of sailing tha we are used to here in Jax, with ,
the wind being variable and 1 j justy. Quite a few of the visiting WHILE THEY LAST-!
skippers discovered
this too late as they found themselves in '
for an unscheduled swim. Race
results were as follows:
First; Lou Caron/Nancy Ca-
ron ( Bantam 572)) class rules, which specify all e
Second; Hugh Bell/Bill Scronce. major dimensions and weights.A .
(Bantam 491)) Star in good used condition .mo; t''
Third; Phil Thibodeau Dick ( with trailer) may be purchased
Myer (Bantam 771)) for around $2000 while a new one Uniroyal'i
As reported here in the last in fiberglass goes for around
column, NJSC had a team race $4500.A i
against St. John's River College.The recent capsize and dis
results of this race were, masting of one our Gannets has FACTORY
to say the least, disastrous I We brought about a point of con- _
were wiped out completely. With tention. Until further notice, no
the winds blowing a steady 20 NJSC sailboats will leave the
to 25 knots, it was really a sightto dock" when: (a)winds are in APPEARANCE SECONDS
behold, even the old Gannets excess 6F 20 knots, (b) small _
were up and planning. As a mat- craft warnings are displayed and
ter of fact, I saw a Bantam pass (c) unfavorable weather condi-
one of the fish camp boats like tions are approaching. This is
he was standing still, the stink- in accordance with NAS JAXINST This Is is the tire buy of any year but we
potter just sat there shaking his 1700.12 the NAS Recreation

head in disbelief.******** Manual.Do don't have too many and they'll go fast so hurry!
you all have Saturday,April
The feature boat this week is
29 circled on your calendar? Thisis First come, first served on sizes.
the world famous Star The the date of the NJSC "Wel-
Star class has been around come Aboard"
Party and all
since 1911 in one form or hands both
old and new members
another and has been raced and prospective members are invited :
many years as an Olympic to turn out.The Social Com- NO QUESTION ABOUT
competition class. There are mittee will provide the beer and
presently over 5000 active Stars side dishes. Individuals must

in the 32 world.countries Jacksonville spread has over a wish bring whatever to barbecue.meat Plan dish to you be OR
fleet of eight, all at the Florida there. Please contact Roz John- -
Yacht Club. The boat is hard-
son, 264 2268 and let her know
chined, semi / vee bottom sloop, how many to expect.
22 feet, 8 inches long, 5 feet
8 inches beam, 3 feet and 4 I what I would
save money over
inches draft ( 900!?; fin keel) and QCan

carries 285 square feet of sail for "Rain' Tirt" firsts?
in the Main and Jib ( no spin- pay
naker). Stars from the FYC Fleet
have recentlycompetedintheBacardi A. !!
Cup races and the Nassau KingsleyMOTORS COM JOIIi A .
Race Week competitions. Star
owners are assured of swift
boat in any competition by rigid I 11 LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE IN COST TO YOU ,

5 Games, ,Kick-off 2 MILES SO OF NAS'AXIN


five game card highlightedthe 650 13 WITWAL 22.95 14 95
1 /
opening of the NAS intra-

This mural year's softball teams program are divided'Monday. ',.63 FORti *LAX500. 735 14 W lliT ROW 24.95 17 95

into a 10 team American Leagueand XL, 'Black' ; '..Rednfb'b'/ / NARROW
11 team National League: Floor'Sh'ift. 775 14 WHITEWALL 25.95 1& 95
Spectators will be ,able to see
their favorites in action Monday 825 14 WHITEW NARROW 21.95 ,19 95 :
through Thursday on :the
three intramural fieldsMackroth EXTRA CLEAN 855 14 NARROW 29.95 '20 95
Enterprise and:! the .Hos
pital diamond. 55 FORD VICTORIA 2 DR NARROW 95
775.15 '
Monday's'; American, League Hard Top. RCJ & Wf'r.No,, WHITEWALL 25.95:
schedule: Cos//; Needed OAC NARROW 95
Weaponeers vs V Ap-62" 5 815.15 WHITEWALL 27.95
p.m.,Mackroth Field; Naval I
Rework facility vs COMFAIR- Hobby ShopSECILS 845.-. 15 WHITEWALL ..29.95 20. 95.
SAX, 7:30 p.m.Mackroth Field; '
Marine Barracks vs 679th. 5, 900.15 WHITEWALL DUAL 36.95 22 95'
p.m., Enterprise Field; Dispensary .
vs Afees, 5 p.m., Hos- 55 Ctf VY V 8; 1 DR *ALL PRICES plus Fed. Excise Tax as shown and smooth tire off.your car

pital Field; Hospital FAW11 Floor' Shift '..- : -. ,5795 650- 73. . 7.55 825- 14 . .2.05 81515. ,f.. 2.14

Tuesday's, 7:30 p.m.,National Hospital League Field. 56 OLDS COUPE, GOOD 735- 14. .. . 7.82 855- 14. . 2.34 84515.. ; ,,2.37

schedule: CON"D. . 5775 775- 74. .. ..7.88 775- 75. .. .1.88 900.15.. . 2.69

Communications vs VP-45 5 LIMITED QUANTITY -- ONLY 4 TO'A CUSTOMER
vs Administration. 7:30 p.m., FROMWE .. -
Mackroth Field;: ,Supply vs Air QUESTIONS ANSWERED" .:.
Operations, 5 p.m.; EnterpriseField FIHAHCEPh Q. Are these brand new tires? A. None; Mounting Is free You need only give
; FAETU vs VP305pm., A. Yes. Fresh from the UNIROYAL factory. us one' smooth tire off your car for each tire
Hospital Field and Aircraft Main- Q. Are these perfect tires purchased ,
264-4525 A. As for construction" Yes' There are appea Q. Are these tires from regular, 'tocle1rance
tenance vs VW-4, 7:30 p.m.- blemishes so light we challenge you A. No. These are a special purchase and are
,Hospital Field.'u. to find them! limited as to quantity. They will be sold on
......_..__._.. .----..-- Q. Are there hidden costs not shown In this ad' a first,.. 'comc.Jltst served basis v.. and
w __,, r vertisement? "n v 4 to any one'customer" !

.Doc Dollar Sez.

I only appear in your Newspaperonce .
a week but I can be found
I. Mon thru Frl.' 9 5, & Sat. y to atvu st.
1 atC.dar: ..
,, Hills Orange Park ,
3633 Blending fi/W. 1341 Highway 17 '
PH. 777 7555 PH. 264 -' 9362
4V :

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April// 20, 1967

Dependents Brave Thermometer

ft I GedarHiOs

fi I In Tuesday's First Round Golf Play

:t. A bright sunshiny day with unseasonable Other locals in pursuit of Mrs. Other leaders in their resPec-
'f temperatures topping Herndon Included Julie Williamson tive flights at the end of Tues
the 90 degree mark and few, if 74 net and Alta Ikenberry day's play were': second night
,r. any cooling puffs of wind combined with a 79 net. Lassie Mahoney, NAS JAX, net
I\t to send some score cards From a team standpoint, the 67; third flight, Gussie Gusha-
is nearly as high as the thermometer Jacksonville combo of Williamson nas, 69 net and 89 total; fourth
!, Tuesday as the first 18 holes Kinder, LaMee and Miller flight, Jean Smith, Seymour-
:,. were completed in the Sixth An- combined for a first day 302, Johnson AFB, N.C., 89 total, 70 :
nual Military Dependents Golf good for second three strokes net; and fifth flight Dorthy
'" Tournament on the NAS course. behind Mayport's leading 299. McQung, Robins AFBGa.holding -
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