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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 25 HO. 5 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 27, 1967 ::1
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DOD Team Naval Air Station's Newest u O FIX***** wvr&nv :



Ends 2-Day



HAS VisitA

;1Y
Department of Defense Equal y r4 i
Opportunity Council Team from
t. Washington ended a two day
visit.here Friday, following discussions ,
with federal, city and 1\\
other local officials, including
representatives from the Urban Fr .ew .\
League, the Chamber of Com "Ll ag .
merce and the USO. ,
.. The six man team, headed
by L. Howard Bennett, directorfor
Civil Rights, Office of the
Assistant Secretary of Defense -
conferred Thursday with
Capt. Martin J.Stack,NAS Commanding
Officer,Capt. Stack coordinated
thelocalfndigandthecommanders
of other Naval organizations -
; and Installations in
; the area, Including both NAS Ce-
o cil Field and Naval Station,May-
,.. port. -:: -i:


\ visit Primary was purpose'to obtain of facts the team and Candlelight Club Opens Tomorrow Night

L circumstances In the area of
\. equality of. opportunity( and .
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: treatment to 'more effectively The grand opening of the new ,commanding.;officers and officersIn regular patronage beginning Sat tended to Jacksonville Mayor Lou
jj5 i Implement equal opportunity Candlelight Club will take place charge of all units aboard NAS urday; A junior enlisted f....*.... 'and'equal teaut nt. policies and i .,.here tomorrow, -- .. ,,'to'acgttaint.,them with the faci- from each unit has.. 'also. been According to, Capt: Martin ,J.
"-**" : '""program's of the'.JepananentCf. : : '< Guests if crate jpeaing'are by'lttleS*which"Witt:befcvaifcble'to" '*'friVlt 4Ij, :. 'x. I :?:T" "''''!'I". 'Stuck, NAS commanding officer,,

Defense and the military' de- c invitation_ ., only:. and_ .....:include.theFreedom'" ,_.: ,theirpersonttltvhen.it- i : opens- for. ,, rlnvitationsl5ave! jJso;: been,ex-' ,' ,the' storybeliind" .the'acquistion.
partments. of the Candlelight facility began
f: The team was composed of both Shares Go on Sale in September 1966 when new man
military and civilian represen- agement policies put into effect at
., tatives, including Captain J. C. the EM Club, the Blue jacket's Inn
Loveday, Navy inspector general, Campaign Kicks-off Monday made. It the center of activites
C. Maclean, ,Bureau .of Naval for enlisted men at NAS and rock-
eted it into the place where the
Personnel administrative officer
The Navy Finance Office here issue of a new Treasury note $20.25, 40.50, $60.75 and "action" was.
and Commanders
advisor
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management ; received a Secretary of the Navy called "Freedom Share." .
A. B. Carlson and H. $81.Same The EM Club continued to
notice Monday outlining the 1967 Freedom Shares will mature tax advantage appliesto gain momentum and patronage
Kest, and LCdr. C. D, Fellows.
t. United States Savings Bond Cam- earlier than the series E Sav- both Series E. Bonds and under: the new policies and
On Friday, the group discussed paign. It also announced theYAP.62 ings Bond. This year's Sayings -, Freedoms Shares. management, eventually making
the housing and general sitau- Bond/Freedom'Share Cam- Names of it either necessary to expandor
owner, co owner,
i tion with Jacksonville Mayor Lout Deploys paign. begins Monday. or beneficary and respective acquire+ additional facilitiesto
Ritter, Howard Tompkins of FHA President Johnson recently addresses be identical meet the'demand. As a result
and Tom David of VA. The local DetichMMt Hon.A stated, "We are calling upon both Series must E Bond and Freedom .on the Candlelight was conceived to
American Invest all
.
school situation was discussed every to Shares. provide a flavor of elegance
with Ish Brant, Duval County detachment from Heavy Photographic that he can In United States and atmosphere at servicemen's
r ,superintendent of schools, and Squadron 62 will deploy Savings Bonds -- and our new Freedom Shares are' not redeemable prices.The.
principals of three schools, For- from the air station Mon- 'Shares In Freedom'. We who for one year from site adjacent to the golf
for three months of have the dally opportunity to work date'of purchase an" maximum
rest and Jeb Stewart, and Venetia day opera- course was chosen to providethe
I Elementary which' are attended tions from Iceland, Spain, En for our country'' should best understand face value of shares purchased dual role of serving golfersas
I by most Navy dependent gland and Norway. the importance of these'' may not exceed $1,350. per well as all hands and anyone
children. Lcdr. W. D. Baldwin will head bonds. Each share that we buy per individual. entitled to Navy Exchange food
f Dave Cooley of the Chamber the detachment of 36 enlistedmen strengthens America and fur- Freedom Shares will be avail- facilities, during daytime hours
of Commerce and Brigadier and two flight crews. thers the cause of freedom able for a period of two yearsor (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and then,
Emil Miller of the USO also The squadron, under the com- throughout the world/ for the duration of the Viet- beginning at 6 p.m., to serve
I talked with the group on.Friday. mand of Cdr. H. F. Bryant. club
Pertinent facts about the new nam war whichever is longer. primarily as a supper
Treasury notes were outlinedby for enlisted couples who desire
the Instructions as follows: Military personnel will use the best in cuisine and 'atmos-
1 the regular Navy forms for phere. Coats and ties will be the
b. Freedom Shares will be avail- both the purchase of the Series evening attire for dining and .
able to personnel/employees who ''E Savings Bonds and the com- .dancing.The .
i participate in various payroll. bination Savings Bonds and Candlelight will also be
lf. savings plans. Freedom Share.Allotments .
available forholding"allbands"and
f.t f. One Freedom Share may be for the new savings "squadron" panics, makingit
f.l t puchased In combination with notes and savings bonds are unnecessary to curtail acti-
one Series E Savings Bond of classified as "F" allotments. vities at the EM Club for such
f.t l equal or greater value. Personnel who wish further Information affairs.
Freedom Shares will be available on the bonds or Among the many guests invitedto
in denominations of $25, shares may visit the Navy fin- the grand opening of the new
t $50, $75 and $100 with the ance Office aboard the air'Sta- Candlelight Club is Mr. A. A.
respective purchase prices of tion. Araneo. He is the director of Ser .
1: vices Merchandise Division of

Reading Expert To LectureEugene N.the Y.Navy Ships Store, Brooklyn, I

Connelly, director of This course has been widely Araneo has acquired the nick :
the Evelyn Wood Reading Dy- acclaimed by educators and name of "Can -' Do Man" by the .
s namics Institute will presenta public officials. The late presi- local exchanges for his efforts
lecture and demonstrationesday dent Kennedyinvited the programto in difficult projects for the .
at King Hall at 2pm. the White House during his Navy. It was through his efforts
L. Howard Bennett, director/ for Civil/ Rights, 'Office of the As- Connelly will discuss the benefits administration.The that the expeditious completionof
sistant Secretory of Defense, talks with/ Capt. Martin J. Stack derived from this reading the Candlelight Club was made
dynamics course. The courseis institute guarantees'that possible. He helped to add the
(right) during discussions regarding equality of opportunityand
the reader will. improve his plushness that the club has as
no designed as a. .speed
treatment of service personnel. Jacksonville Mayor Lou : '
reading course, although the capabilities as la result of his well as adding to the final completion -
Rttter (third from right) ; and other local Federal and
L county average reader will increasehis couse. This claim is sub stained of the club according to
r;y-. officials' took part In the Inquiry. reading speed* by a money back guarantee. the projected schedute.


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By Ed Sow a. ; ", 4 .
Francis Bacon, a seventeenth century"essayist like the{' 'company- he is wont to keep." In other t ").
once wrote "A friend is another self. Bacon /
words, our friends reflect us as we do them:
was alluding to the fact that one's friends reflect what they are, how
they act, and what they say
oneself; what they are, so also are you. Bacon reflects upon us since we are with them.
goes further in his essay to say that it is the duty Thus, let it be a word to the wise: Be carefulof
of a friend to build you up, that is, it is his the company you keep. What your friendsare
responsibility to extol your virtues and talentto so are you. What they have you share with
others, yet also to point out and criticize them and what you have they share with you.
your faults',to iD[ | ndjmal ne.H r -". ..__ Yet remember that the most precious possession
In the service .'ft Ira familiar adageto hear--/, f
that you do have is your good name and reputation -
that one does not make friends as such, but Let us take care lest this should be lost 4
rather acquaintances. Perhaps this is true -
or defamed. Choose your friends wisely.
to a certain extent because of the transient life Shakespeare once wrote: "Good name inman Copt. Martin J. Stack, HAS commanding officer, presented -
that we lead In the service yet with every and woman, dear my Lord, Is the immediate / the,Navy Unit Commendation Bar and a citation
general rule' come the very many exceptions.Regardless'of jewel of their souls: Who steals my purse to Lt. (fgJ) David. Helms, April 18 1967 for "excep-
our understandings of the word, steals trash: 'tis something, nothing ; 'Twas tionally meritorious service from Oct. 15, 1965 to Aug.
'friend, let us for the sake of discussion define .. mine 'tis his, and has been slave to thousands 15, 1966-ln carrying/ out,the vital and constantly mounting -
friend as one with whom one does certain things, but he that filches from
me my good name task of unloading, moving and storing supplies to
goes places, or keeps In this light, robs
company. me of that which enriches him, and makesme
expanding tactical/ forces within the I Corps
let us view another quotation: "Every man is indeed." support
poor ,Area In the Republic of Vietnam "
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Applications DM for Programs

I Survivor Income Can Be AssuredYou .
The Educational Services Office, is accepting applicationsfrom
enlisted personnel for three officer programs.

are on your last assignment before your supplement personal insurance programs.It's The. programs include the Naval Preparatory School, War-
change from military uniform to civilian clothes a program for everyone, but especially rant Officer'Program and the NEDEP.
and add your* name to the retired list. for a serviceman, who,for one reason or another, Applications for the Naval Preparatory School for the Naval
It's going to be pretty nice to either sit back wasn't able to start a commercial insurance pro- Academy Program must be forwarded to the Office in Charge,
and relax, or start that second career and re- gram during his twenties. Naval Preparatory, School, Bainbridge, Md. 21905, not later
J celve your retirement check every month. \ than Moray- '
Under the plan the retired serviceman's eli- -"A" heW program"which' enables Navy enlisted personnel to
gible survivors will receive a monthly check obtain a baccaluareate degree in Medical Dietitics and to appointment -
until eligibility ceases. to commissioned grade as Ensign, MCS, USNR, is
The plan applies only to the family the retired now being offered.
serviceman and there is no coverage until re- The Navy Enlisted Dietitic Education Program (NEDEP)
tirement. Families of active duty, personnel are is a one to three year college program. Eligiblity require-
( P a IpLl ,r covered by other programs.If ments are high school diploma, 32 semesters credit hoursof
+ you decide to enroll in the plan, you must college, with required credits being: 6 English, 6 -
Chemistry, 3 Math, 3 Biology.
do so before you complete 18 years' servicefor
pay purposes or three years before the first Personnel must have served one year active duty before
day on which you will entitled to receive retired application.
pay. E 6 applicants for the Warrant Officer Program fiscal

But remember, your retired pay stops when If you are a bachelor investigate the program year 1968, 'rrlust have a Written request to ESO by Monday
you die, it isn't passed on to your family. anyway as situations can change before you Personnel must pass the August 1967 E 7 examination
For this reason, there is a voluntary surlvor- retire. before application. E 7 personnel must submit. requests
ship annuity plan available which can provide To get all the information on the Retired' by August.
an income for your'widowandchildren.; Serviceman's Family Protection Plan, see V ur'/
Called the Retirement Serviceman's Family legal personal affairs or career advisory of-" l Traffic_
Protection Plan (RSFPP), its purpose is to facer; Plan now for retirement. (AFNB) A I \ I ) '

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CATHOLIC The following is a report
,
St. Edward's Church of motor vehicle accidents
and traffic violatons for
I SUNDAY MASS9a.m.. the

STAR Offers a Brighter Future DAILY and 11 a.m.MASS11:45 a.m.Number period April of 18-24,1967.Accidents:

Week - 7
a.m.This
SATURDAY MASS-10:45
Total Accidents this year
The Navy has an increasing need to maintain Personnel in pay grade E 3, reenlisting CONFESSIONSSaturday through Monday - 99
career motivated enlisted personnel. One of the under STAR, are guaranteed assignment to an 5. p.m. 5:30 p.m. & 7 Number of Accidents through

many reenlistment incentives available to personnel appropriate cass "A"school if they have 7:30 p.m. April 1966 - .100
serving their first term Is the Selective' not previousy attended such a school They U. S. Naval Hospital Total number of days since '
'Training and Retention Program (STAR). may be authorized to advance to pay grade last injury in a motor vePROTESTANT -
Personnel in pay grades EI> 3 and E 4, E' 4, provided they meet all, advancement SUNDAY. ':". MASS -. 8 a.m. 16
reenlisting under this program are guaranteeda requirements and graduate from the school Number of Violations:
class "A", "B" or "C" school and automatic with a final grade equal to, or higher than the All Saints Chapel This week - 21
advancement to the next pay grade. Personnelin upper 50 per cent of the class. Personnel in this a.m.Speeding" - 10
pay grade E 5 reenlisting under his pro- pay grade, who graduate from their choosen .DIVINE SERVICE 10 Reckless ,
Driving - 2
gram are guaranteed assignment to an appropriate school, but do not achieve a grade sufficiently .SUNDAY 'SCHOOL 9 a.m' Going through Stop Sign 2CHURCH
class "B"', Class "C", or an equl- high enough to qualify for advancement, will Chapel Annex Bldg. a.m.Other 722 Violations - 7
valanet class "B" school. be designated strikers, and will competefor SCHOOL 9
Personnel on active duty with the regular Navy advancement through the Navy wide advance- Chapel Center,' Bldg. 751 peared Twenty before- one the drivers Traffic ap

and Naval Reserve may be recommended by their ment examinations. WEDNESDAY, Hearing Board at the meeting
commanding officer to reenlist under STAR. Personnel in pay grade E 4 who have not Choir Rjhersal7_ p.m. held on Tuesday.
To be eligible applicants must have_at_least previously graduated from a class "A* school THURSDAY
one year' of active service,but not more .than} three associated with their rating, may request Young Adult Grou 7 p.m. f I CORRECTION [
years, except personnel in pay grade Et-I. 5, who assignment to class "A" school instead of the Christian Science Service _
must rot have more than. 42 months active ser more advanced training offered by the class I - - -, -8 p.m. In the April 20 article in
vice. "B" school. However, personnel in this pay SECOND MONDAY of Each Jax Air News concerning the
All personnel who reenlist under STAR are grade may request class "B" or "C" school, Month Chapel Women's awarding of medals posthu-
eligible for a reenlistment bonus, if they are in except those who have previously attended Guild9:30 a. m. mously to Cdr.! Robert C.
all respects qualified for the bonus, regardlessof class "B" school. (Chapel Center) Froslo, .the commander's
the time remaining to be served on their For information on this program, contact U. S. Naval Hospital name was misspelled. We
4 current enlistment. the Educational Services Officer, Bldg. 955. wish to apologize for our
SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m. error.
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I :', ; Abraham's Draft CardWhat AIRThe


JAX AIR HEWS Is
if the twelfth chapter of Genesis beganas excuses as anyone alive today. If he had, hewouldn't distributed each Civilian:the Enterprise Newspaper -
Thursday at U. S. Haval Air
it does, "the Lord said Abraham 'Go ;
to have been heard from again. As it is Station Jacksonville ,Florida
the
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from your country and your kindred and yourfather's he followed the Lord, and we're still hearing Publishing
Company
house to the land that I will show ,' a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In
you about him. (A fascinating report of Abraham'sJourneys the
JAX AIR
and was followed by an Abraham who asked a NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
was published in the December 1966 ''
lot of questions, rather than taking off in response NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE.) Affairs Office, Box 2., HAS Jacksonville,,by 'J2.-00 noon
to God's command? Genesis reports some of the things that on Monday/ before puLllcotlon./ Hews Items ere welcomed
What if Abraham had burned his draft card? happened -- and they're devastating! No soft from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
What If Abraham said/Tm not as young as life for him. Abraham's faith meant his life Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and
.1 used to be: send someone else."? became involved in: famine, personal danger, queries concerning such should be directed to: '
What if Abraham refused to go because he deceit, wealth, a family dispute, a war, a high The Holt Publishing COMpany 1950 Blending Blvd.
had a pretty good job in Ur, plus relatives and. religious experience,. depression, discouragement Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387. 4451
friends he didn't care to leave behind? and a renewed promise from the Lord.
What if Abraham preferred the comforts of And what was in it for Abraham? God had VOL.1S N0. 5 APRIL 27 '967Page
home to the life of a desert nomad? spoken and Abraham had believed his word. ,
Abraham had as much reason to present such This, in a nutshell, is faith!



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// 27, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER 'Page 3 r


, Orders To Cecil Field Short Residency a

: ;,'I College Program

r, :' Too Good To 'Pass9 Up cl '
Offered
At U of 0

, Airman Apprentice OlonD.Pass Cecil Field is Olon's first
':, ,' not only claims Jacksonville as duty station since going on active The College of Continuing Education -
' his hometown but is serving a- duty January 11, 1967. He is pre- a division of the Uni-
.,', board the same base as his fa- sently working in the personnel versity of Oklahoma, Norman
ther. Lt. W. D. Pass who is office. Okla., offers a degree program
. attached to VFP 62. which could solve the residency
Getting orders for Cecil Field Olon is married to the former problem of naval personnel who Brendle
was to good to "pass" up since Madeline Gayle Turbyfill of Jack seek a B.A. The program is M
, his father is stationed here and sonville. The Pass family make based not on correspondencecourses NAMTirxHOlors ;1
his home is only minutes away their home at '4110 Kurle Street but on a system of self- ) Two I Instructors
from base. here in Jacksonville Florida. education by reading in prescribed -
areas of study. Aviation Ordnanceman 1st Aviation Machinist Mate 1st
Each study area is the equiva- Class Roger H. Clark has been Class Rondel D. Brendle has
I VA-66 Selects 'Sailors'L lent of 32 semester hours of designated "Instructor of the been designated "Instructor of
college credit. When a student Month" for NAMTRADET 1034 the Month" for NAMTD 1016
W. Compton Jr. was ed the squadron on May 20,1965. completes reading requirementsin (A7)) for March 1967. The a (A4)) for March 1967. The a-
", selected "Sailor of the Month" The award was made for con- an area, he is eligible attend ward was presented to Clarkin ward was presented Brendle in
:,:, for February In Attack Squadron tributions to the Ordnance Division a three or four week residential recognition of his time and recognition of his sustained
. 66. Bennie joined the squadron o the squadron. During seminar at the Oklahama Center care in readying recently acquired excellent performance of dutiesas
now based aboard USS America loading exercises Petty Officer for Continuing Education Nor- ordnance training panels instructor. Due to ,a highly
y, in the Mediterranean Sea, Craft and his squadron mates often man, Okla. This year seminarsin and material to meet the needsof increased training load in the
\- in September. 1963 as an Airman -. work up to 20 hours at a the program are being con- the fleet in training fortheA7 A4 program Brendle has spent i
I ',,\ Apprentice. He has since time ,improving "the combat ducted in Europe under the aircraft. He was commended also many extra hours teaching, and '.
L, been advanced to Aviation Structural readiness of squadron and ship. auspices of the U.S. Air Force. for outstanding performance as has consistently shown enthu- \
; l ..Mechanic third class. Petty Officer Crafy Is marriedto an instructor. siasm for the material and gen-
:fl Compton received the award the former Jewell L. Cooperof Four residential seminars Clark is married to the former uine interest in his students.
:' for his contributions to Airframes Winnsboro South Carolina. totalling 13 weeks, are the only, Jacqueline Ann Rich.of Green- Brendle Is married to the ,
::1.; Division. Frequently residence requirements for the ville.S. C. The couple has three, former Sherley Whillock of Norfolk ,
iJf?:,. during sea operations Bennie and Tw. A w.rtletll degree. children Robin Kay and Tammy. Va. \
i 'his squadron mates willingly At VF62AE3 Advanced placement examina-
#/ work 18 20 hours at a stretch tions allow the student to enter ,
y/ to enable Attack Squadron 66 and the program at his own level. He 0Bob's
\\y, USS America to achieve combat Melvin" L. Gregory was" proceeds at his own pace and is ] Oak Hill
t' ;;., readiness. selected oomer of the Month allowed flexibility in the scheduling -
f' AO2 Robert L. Craft was for March.. Jle ,rrived at VF- of study areas. Credits from Pure Service CenterOpen
w selected "Sailor of the Month". 62'' in ,February 1964. Gregoryis other universities may not,however -
.',.b,, in VA 66 for March. He join- the son of Mr. and Mrs. War- be used to complete the for your convenience 6 a.i n. 10 p.m.
of
f ner L. Gregory Morgantown, requirements of this program.!
Indiana. The cost of the entire program: ,_
" AQF3 John W. Frazier was assuming no prior college credit reid services pickup & delivery
: named "Plane Captain of the is $1300. For
:' Buy Month" for March. He arrivedat complete approximately information write to: Mechiftic OR duty..American ft Ferelji Cars
VF 62 in October. 1964. College of Continuing Education
103rd & James Rd.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. University of Oklahoma Norman
Elvin Frazier of Manhattan Okla. 73069. Those who choose to 771-9156 Jacksonville Fla.
Bonds Kansas. enroll may arrange for testing at
Both awards were, made for the Educational Service Office.
Outstanding performance of
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New VMA-142 J r SkL t NFO Jax' Celebrates, -
I

CO Appointed Fifth. -
Anniversary ,,_ :' "

MaJ. Maurice L. Murphy assumed The Navy Finance Office,Jack- OIC 494/244 .
duties Saturday as commanding sonville, completes its fifth year Miss E. Doris Nelson, Director
officer of Florida's only Sunday. The anniversary will be Public Voucher Divlsion-
Marine Air Reserve Attack celebrated with the traditional 244/494
Squadron (VMA) 142. Cere- "Anniversary Coffee".9-10 a.m. Mrs. L.P. McDowell, Director,
monies were held at the Ma- :1 tomorrow. Building 110, Navy Fiscal Div. 8359/494
rine Air Reserve Training Detachment Finance Office, NAS. Mrs. E.T. Schultz, Director,
NAS, Jacksonville, He VI \ \ : H/ Commanding Officers, executive Admin. Div. 8359
relieved Lt. Col.Irving B.Hardy, : officers, personnel of Mr. C.W. Small, Director, Mtti-
who has been selected for pro- fleers and other military and tagy Pay Div. 365/8244 &
motion to Colonel in the Marine civilian personnel of activities 379/494
Corps Reserve. Major Mur- x served by the NFO and its Branch DKCM B.D Hughes, Asst Director -
phy had been serving as the Offices are invited to attend. Military Pay Division -
squadron's executive officer until The clerk who maintains .the 365/8244 & 379/494
his selection as commanding accounts of the men under your DKC C.M. Abernathy, Chief,
officer. command and the clerk who pre- Branch One Officer, NATTC,
? ; pares your travel claim or pay NavRecSta, Training Duty,VP-
... check will be looking forward to 45, VW-4 and VAP-62 -
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Mrs. Jean M. Simonsen, chairman of the 1967 Magnolia Chairty meeting you. 8244/494 ChiefBranch
DKC A.W.Johncox,
Ball, delivers the first pair of Ball tickets to Radm. H.H. Caldwell, At this coffee the employeeswho of
Two, maintains accounts :
have been with NFO Jax
commander Fleet :Air, Jacksonvile. The 16th
Annual Magnolia
during the entire five year period NAS Jax, VP-5, USMC Jax &
Charity Ball is sponsored by the Jacksonville'Officers' Wives' Club'' be five Cecil Field aooNARTU-365/494
will presented year ser-
and will be held at the Commissioned Officers' Mess (OPEN)
vice awards and become official Mrs.: H. D. Strickland, Chief,
Saturday evening. A gala is
program planned, including the enchanting "
"Plank Owners. Plank owners Branch Three maintains accounts -
of the
music COMFAEUAX Augmented Dance Band
anda
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superb prime rib roast dinner. are: B.B.Callaway,P.M.Combs, of: Cecil Field officers
L.M. Hare, B.M. Kicklighter, & enlisted, VP 3QVFP62
ing honors in the,Marine Air Re- has been nominated for the Pete L.W. King, M.M. Lockwood, D.S. and all VA and VF squadrons.
serve Training Command during Ross Safety Trophy, and is being McAninch. L.P. McDowell, 379/494
1966. This year the squadron considered for a Navy Unit Commendation I. Miller, 'E.D. Nelson, E.T. DKC J. F. Reilly, Chief, Quality
Medal for its ten year SchultzC.W. Small, D.R Sterling Control Branch Includes Audi-
accident free record. H.D. Strickland, K.G.: Sur- tors and Counter Section 365
fl asky, and D.E. Wright.Mr. Miss D. E. Wright, Naval Hos-
% Colonel Hardy assumed dutiesas Callaway who is attachedto pital Branch Office 88 303
CO on April 2, 1965. This the Mayport Branch Office DK1 Ruth Landau,NATTC Branch
was his second tour as commanding will become a member of the Office 8349
--i officer of VMA 142. 1,000 Hout,*Club for Having DKl Mae V. Rioux, NAS Jax
accumulated 1,000 or more hours Mil Pers Branch Office 318
Major Murphy entered<<;, the Ma- sick leave. A certificate will be Mr. H. A. Baughn, Director, Cecil -
rine Corps as a member of the awarded him. Field Branch Office 89 -
Special Basic Course in his LCdr. G.H.Young,SC,Officer- 8120
LT. COL. HARDY Junior year of college, and was in-charge, had encouraged military DKCS D. H. Oliveria, Director,
commissioned as a 2nd Lieu- and civilian personnel to Mayport Branch Office 80-363
Under Colonel Hardy's command tenant upon graduation from the submit beneficial suggestions DKCS D.T. Lyons, Director,
the squadron took all honors University of Kansas.He During fiscal year 1967 18 Orlando Branch Off. 317
at summer manuevers at Marine suggestions were received. Cash
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,1 Civil Service News .1 Commission Lists Exams-.. MID-, '

The Civil Service Commission, U. S. Civil,Service Commission,
Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Washington, ,D. C. or with the CITYJAX'S
Scout Plaque Honors Service Examiners for Florida, Interagency Board of U.S. Civil
announces examinations as Service Examiners for Florida, NEWEST
follows: 123 South Court Ave., Orlando,
(Medical) Technician, GS-4 Fla., 32801. The examinationis CHRYSIIR.PLYMOUTH"OIALIR
Navy Rework Packer GS-5, and GS6.bDental open until further notice.
( ) Assistant, GS-3 and Two more examlnaton an-

Frank Courtney, a packer at sonville community.He GS-4. nouncements were made this
the Naval Air Rework Facility and his wife Lula liveat (cDental Laboratory Techni- week, one StenographerGS-3( LET YOUR OLD
here, was honored Friday for 3315 West Edgewood. cian, GS-5 and GS-6. and GS-4, the other for Typist, CAR MAKE THE
his Boy Scout work in the Jacksonville (dMedical) Radiology Techni- GS-2 and GS3.Applications. DOWN
community. cian (Diagnosis), (General) and which will be accepted PAYMENT
Courtney received a plaquein (Therapy), GS-4, GS-5 and GS-6. until further notice, must
appreciation for organizing (eMathematics Technician, show the title of examinatlpn,
scouting units within the North GS-5, GS-7 and GS-. the number of the announcement,
Florida Council. (dCook) $1.87 per hour to No., AO-7-21 and the place the '64 COMET CAL/ENTE
In scouting for over 35 years, $3.03.per hour.'Applications. applicant wishes the examinationto Air Cond.. Auto Power
Courtney spends many hours each for these posi- be given. Steering, Extra Clean."SUM.
week working with churches and tions (other than Cook) will be Applicants should file with the
other organizations in establishing accepted until further notice. Orlando address given above.
scout programs. Applications for Cook will be,
District Scout Executive Robert accepted until May 4, 1967. AU California 'Tpc
_ A. Sewell congratulated applications must be filed with
Courtney saying, "Through the U. S. Civil Service Com- In R.thr.. Pell!! '62 FORD XL CPE. V/8
Frank's efforts, hundreds of boys mission, Interagency Board of Automatic, Power steer
have been able to participate U.S. Civil Service Examiners for ing, Power brakes, Air
in theMscout program." Florida, 123 South Court 81,536 Federal Civil Service Cond., Perfect
A Navy employee at the air Avenue, Orlando, Fla. 32801. workers have vaulted California $11$3
., station for over 26' tars,Courtney The U. S. Civil Service Commission into first place among States most
" had been honored several Washington, D.C. has popular with recently retired
times in recent years for his ___ ",, __ :J announced examination for En- government employees at the end
gineering Aid and Science Assistant of fiscal year 1966. 'SIcHEV.
work with scouts in the Jack- FRANKCOURTNEYAssociation, BEL AIR
a test to fill Federal Assis- 59,566 others decided on New 4 DR.. P. C., 6 One own -
tant positions throughout the U.S. York which finished in second er., Real! Clean Solid
ManagementInstalls in biological, engineering,med place, followed Pennsylvania, Black .
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nical fields with a starting salaryof of Columbia,'((37,028)), Vir- 1
$92 per week. Applicationsare ginia, ((36,758)), Texas, ((33,144)),
New Leadership to show on the Standard Maryland, ((30,407)), Illinois,
Form 57, Item 1, "EngineeringAid ((27,201)), and Ohio with 24,941, '42
officers of NAS ector, Jerome Barnum Asso- retirees. VALIANT V 200
New the
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Chapter 40, Armed Forces Man- ciates, nouncement No. 409.*' Applications Alaska had the fewest of any R & H., Real Clean.
Association, were Installed topic was "Directed Energy. be '
agement should filed with the State, 1,019.
during ceremonies at the Chapter 40's next meeting Is I $711
Annual Spring Dinner Social at scheduled for ,May 25, at the
the "0" Club on April 20. Chapter "0" Club, with guest speakerto ,
members, their husbands, be Mr. Prime F, Osborn, "
wives and guests were in atten- Vice President and General '
dance, as well a 13 foreign naval Counsel, Atlantic, Coast Line 41 PLYMOUTH FURY
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CALENDAR CARDS for periodical/ air craft Inspections are CABIN/ PRESSURIZATION/ / Is explained to three of the de

botham.explained//i / to a class of pilots by instructor AZJ K.. G. H/gg/n-/ / _- _- \tachments....1 students, by AMCS J. A. Barneff. L kL1

AMCS J. A. BARNETTE of Detachment 7097 conducts a cockpit orientation/ THE OPERATION of the fuel systems; of an F 8 Crusader
one of the pilot students of NAMTD. Is demonstrated/ by /ADJ1 K. I. BoatwrIght of detachment 7097.

____ _t Most of the personnel stationed here are under the impression that the only training T -- ; __
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.. 1' command located at NAS Jax is the Naval Air Technical Training Center. Not many are THERE IS A
the Naval Air Maintenan Training Detachment,
aware that another training activity, .. .
57 K. W. ROBERTS of NAMTD 1058 demonstrates the op. (NAMTD), is also located here. \ < PIC-
Maintenance and procedures of the F 8 Crusader and! P 2 Patrol
opening
erathn of the/ control panel/ for the simulated/ / landing gear planes are taught to both enlisted and officer students at NAMTD. PICN'
used during/ the training lectures given by NAM TO during one With a staff of 31 instructors,the schools offers approximately 55 different courses in N'-SAVE'
of the'many offered(( courses. the maintenance and opearting procedures of these aircraft. The length of the courses SAVE I
TI varies from three working days, to five weeks.
Naval Air Maintenance Training Detachments are located at most Naval and Marine I STORE
Air Stations,with the main headquarters located in Memphis, Tenn. DBUGS
The NAMTD located here is broken down into four different detachments. Detach-
ment 1058 trains personnel in !the operation of the P 2 Patrol plane. Detachment NEAR YOU
FACTORY'REUTLQN. 1097' trains for the F 8 Crusader, 3026 handles:! maintenance management, and detachment -
,,: 3018 teaches Nuclear Biological Chemical(NBC) warfare. I
Detachment 3018 is the only mobile NBC unit that NAMTD has, and it is home based

'' here.The equipment used for training\ of the students are panels which duplicate systemsof
( the actual aircraft. CHICK.OUR,

,; .1T ese, panels consist :of the engines-.- 'hydraulic *electrical, fuel oil, pressurization. I j.1 J :'
; oxygen, and fire control systems of the specific,aircraft Involved. _. LUNCHIONSPECIALS s J

________________. In 'addition to. organizational offered for and intermediate and enlisted maintenance familiarization af and specificsystems corrosion :
additional courses are pilot con
J 1 trol. Also basic: courses' such as mathematics and basic electricity are offered. &
SUE L E 'The maintenance management the organizational and intermediate levels of maintenanceThe :
NBC detachment provides instructions for students on air stations throughoutthe zz:2
Southeast Roosevelt Roads and Gitmo.
detachments train 4300 be CONTROL SURFACE of an F 8 Crusader ,Is explained too
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Cmumfosari NATTC :

.I Prev Worth NARTU News and Views Behind The SceneBy I


NavNews A Navy publication __
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:has proven by studies, the : Beverly/ Moore & Mary Luncfe
worth of commissaries.
Navy and Marine families can Congratulations are extended Lt. Thomas F.Johnson, CHC,
save an important part of their, y to the members of Class 710, reported in as NATTC's pro-
income by using commissariesand Aviation Electrician's Mate (A) testant chaplain Monday.
exchanges. Medical benefitsare School for being named "Honor Before reporting for dutyin
another valuable saving. Class of the Week". NATTC, he served with the
The Defense Department has Congratulations arc also extended US Naval Mobile Construction
released the results of its to the members of Class Battalion Seven in Hue PhuBai,
Compensation Study Group,which 650, Aviation Ordnanceman (A) Vietnam, for eight months.
found that servicemen and their School for being named "Honor
families annually save from $57to Class of the Week."
,
$416 by using commissaries r AOAN Benjamin E. White of Women'sClub
$33 to $509 by patronizing exchanges why Class 649 has been named"Hon-
and from $94 to $517or orman of the Week" from Avia-
higher through the military. tion Ordnanceman (A) School. NotesNavy

medical benefits program. Mo// Gen. Autrey J. Maroun (right) U. S. Army Deputy Assistant White completed the eighteen
The larger the family, the week school with a final averageof Wives Club ##I 86 helda
Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, discusses/ aircraft -
greater the savings -- a fact 86.5474/ business meeting in the club-
which holds true for persons maintenance areas with Copt. Carl D. Simonsen. Com "Honorman of the Week" is house April 19.
with a larger income. To save manding Officer of NARTU. AEAN Michael A. Smith for Mrs. Richard Minton and Mrs.
more, they spend more. Aviation Electrician'sMate Joe Pittman were initiated as
Commissary prices run about The Naval Air Reserve Train- bat readiness aspect of theNaval (A) School. Smith com- new members. Guests attending
36 per cent below the commer- ing Unit at Jacksonville, was Reserve in this area. pleted the'twenty two week were Mrs. Watts Floyd, Mrs.
cial groceries. Exchange pricesare honored with a visit from Maj. The tour of the Jacksonvilleair school with a final average of Glenn Lamb and Mrs. J. Pierce.
rated about 29 per cent Gen. Autrey J. Maroun April 14. reserve unit which lasted 93.51 with Class 645. Plans for a luncheon 'hon-
lower. Gen. Maroun, the deputy assis- about two hours, covered all Southeast Regional Con-
oring
The' group also revealed that tant Secretary of Defense for Reserve phases of the Naval Reservists': ........ ventional delegates were dis
medical care is worth more to Affairs, and his party received training from the classroom to cussed. Members were informedthat
the retired person than to the a command briefing and the flight line. ? BREAKING RECORDS AT AE the convention would be held
man on active duty, since older tour of the facilities by Capt. After lunching with senior SCHOOL The students of at Mayport, May 7 through
people are apt to suffer from Carl D. Simonsen, commanding officers and Navy League offi- Class 641, Advanced Aviation May 11.
more frequent illnesses: -- illnesses officer of the unit. dais from the local area,Maroun Electrician's Mate ((8)) School Refreshments were served after -
which also cost more. This visit was a segment of departed by helicopter for the decided that all records were the meeting. '
The figures were gatheredso an overall tour of the aviation Mayport Naval Station. At May- made to be topped this past week. .......... '
that 'military income and and surface reserve activities !n port the team inspected ships Breaking the all time scholastic -
its attending benefits could be the Sixth Naval District. The and personnel engaged in train- record was AEC Jon N.Ack- The regular meeting of theJ.
compared with civilian in General and his party were interested ing surface units in the North ley with a final average of O. W. C. Board was held
come. in the training and com Florida area. 93.77. Also breaking the all Monday in the Walnut Room of
r..r..r time scholastic record was 'AE1 the "0" Club, with Mrs. D. W.
1 Roger L. Bickel with a final Kellerman presiding.Mrs. .
el
Can You average of 90.81*%/ The pre- M. Donald, Mrs. J. R.
JAX MARINES V cious record was held by AOl Swadener, Mrs. D. C. Carruth,
TAKE YOUR CAR Robert H. Kunze with an average and Mrs. L.Ciarrocco were
WTH YOU? of 90.47. Then, not being satis- welcomed as guests.
For Financing and Insurance fied with Just topping the student Farewells were extended to
Stateside and Overseas. Call By Cp// J.H. Sink 'scholastic. record, she total Mrs. R. V. Himelick and Mrs.
Class average was that of 84.20 J... M. Rusch.
DYER M. BURR the all time class Mrs. Kellerman thanked the
breaking
Washington (AFNB--The) Department Vance is effective immediately.It .
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES of Defense has releaseda prohibits wearing the military average of 80.35 set by Class ladies of COMFAIRJAX NARTU
FINANCE CORPORATION new policy prohibiting the wear uniform by all personnel, 523. Members of the class included and Fit Wea Fac, for the enJoy-
and of military uniforms in certain Including'. !; '* : 'AEC Jon N, Ackley able-, April luncheon. '
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE circumstances by all service retired and honrablydischarged"* ;AEl:'Roger'L. Bi6kel AEl'JohnA. The next luncheon is sche-
INSURANCE COMPANY personnel. members: .' Stanko AE1 George E. Vickers duled for Wednesday. Reserva-
and AEl James W; 'Young. tions may be made with Mrs. Ol-
j 5615 Timuauana Rd. 771.0527 The directive,signed by Deputy At any meeting or demonstration -
Defense Secretary Cyrus R. of any organization, asso- ........ N ga McDaniel.Forehand and Mrs. Iris
ciation, movement: and group
designated by the Attorney Gen-
eral as totalitarian,fascist,com-
munist or subversive or advo-
cating acts of violence to deny
constitutional rights or to overthrow -
I the government..
During private employment or
commercial activities In which
;lt official sponsorship could be .
a
,,
drawn.
,
: Under circumstances tending

I. to bring discredit on the Armed
I'I Forces.
Under other circumstancesthat _
may be specified and published ___ 4 4The
by the secretaries of the
military departments.
V The directive also specifiesthe
-,- ceremonial and patriotic
I occasions when honorably discharged -
servicemen may wear
the uniforms, such as military
funerals memorial services and wives of VP 5 officers/ wanted to give their husbands
ina'jgurals. something to remember before their squadron's deployment to
........ the Asian countires./ At a farewell dinner party held at the "0"

CWO-2 DJ. Hurley was pro- Club, last week, the wives donned costumes of the countries
moted to CWO-3 April 14. He their husbands will be visiting, such as the Hawaiian dress
received his appointment in Lt. shown above. Others included Geisha girls all the way down to
Swamped with tax payments? Col. J.W. Sullivan's office. Go Go girls.

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MoviesMOVIES Club Schedules

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ularly 6 and at,8:15 the will NAS be JAX shown Theatreat reg- -O" CLUB: Tonight enjoy N'A5 JAX the delicious Beefeater's. Buffet tAdS.ciri; $ J JAds

p.m., Monday thru
which will be served from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tomorrow evening '
Saturday. 'There will also 'be {{Sw vkav ati4 + iv Yri57P+'
a "Bud Clark" will present dining and dancing music. The annual
matinee 2
at p.m. on Saturdays MAGNOLIA BALL, which will be held on Saturday, will provide a

Sundays Theatre and holidays.will have The Hos- delightful evening of dining and-dancingamidst an atmosphere uniquefor should be mailed. U the Holt Publishing' Company,
feature pital at 7 Cecil one weekly this time of year. The menu consists of Roast Prime Rib of J950,8Idnd'ng' Blvd Jacksonville. Florida' 32210 to arrive'
will have p.m. Field Beef and drinks will be served from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ticketsare not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
two'shows
during the available at a rate of $12.00 per couple. day. Ad4 arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- CPO CLUB: Sizzling pizzas will be available tonight for the following. week unless the publisher 'Is 'instructed other
inees will be shown on week- small price of $.75. Tomorrow night will feature a Seafood Specialfor wise' A cheek or money order for the full cost of the ad must
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. be received WITH the copy for the -41.f
the fee of $1.25 and dance music provided by "Johnny Arnold",
THURSDAY: April 27 to be followed by a floor show, "KNIGHT AND DA YE" at 10 p.m
The "Moonliters" will be on hand for your listening and dancing DO NOT SEND CASH
NAS: "A MAN COULD GET pleasure on Saturday. "Mark Castle" will perform on Sunday. RATE: Minimum charge) ((3 lin.t). . . .12.00
KILLED": with James Garnerand ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tonight get Spaghetti all you can eat Per additional tin. ((4 words porting;. . 0.50
Sandra Dee. ((107 min.) for the small fee of $.85. The special for tomorrow night is a
HOSPITAL: "DEADLY BEES" Mixed Sea Food Platter for $1.00 or Fillet of Flounder for $.75.

with Suzanna Leigh and Frank Also tomorrow night the ballroom will be opened featuring a sur- MOBY DICK THE GREAT RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR, ,
Findley. ((92 min.) price band. Saturday "Dick Wilson's" Band will provide music White Whale Jonah deploying- 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn
C. FIELD: "ARABESQUE": for listening and dancing pleasure. Saturday and Sunday will 59 Cad., 62 series. White 4dr., er lot, fenced yard like new-
with Gregory Peck and Sophia feature steak and all the trimmings at a cost of $1.25. Following All Pwr. & Elec., Has Air. Best DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771-
Loren. ((113 min.) Game Night at 5:30 p.m., there will be music provided by "Casey Offer. Cash Only. Cecil Ext. 0374 or 771 7874.
Johnson" and the "Moonliters" Sunday. 532. .

FRIDAY, April 28 BLUEJACKETS INN: The Spotlight is "March Wilson and the REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS

Redcoats" tonight. Tomorrow will host"Phil Cay and the Chantels". HOUSE FOR SALE: CEDAR SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGAT -
NAS: ARRIVEDERCI BABY" The "Chances" will perform on both Saturday and Sunday after- HILLS: HuntIngton-4B.,21/2B, oN. Homes for $50 and $100
with Tony Curtis. ((113 min.) noons with the "Chantels" completing the dancing fun on Saturday Panel fame rm w/fireplace, down, Rentals Acreage, In- ..
HOSPITAL: "A MAN COULD and "Mark Castle" on Sunday. W/W/C., Air Conditioning! ,'$700 vestments. We will build for you.

GET KILLED": with James NAS CECIL FIELD dwn. assume mortg. 771 7 2925{ Bowen Real Estate, Realtor.
Garner and Sandra Dee. WALTER T. BOWEN, USN Retired -
((107 min.) BEACON CLUB."Game Night" tonight beginning at 7:00 p.m. ." 384 1376
C. FIELD: "DEADLY BEES" Later in the evening, THE STRANGERS will entertain. The dinner GOING ON LEAVE7TRANSFER
with Suzanna Leigh and Frank special will be Rib Eye Steak for 75tf. Friday's dance features
THE FORMATIONS. On Saturday J.A. Montgomery's SOUNDS We may have a car for your RENT TIMUQUANA
Findlay. ((92 min.) FOR -4345
oil
destination all and paid-
UNLIMITED will entertain Sunday Phil Cay's Band with Go-Go gas
you. '
Rd. $125 mo. elec. range, 2 BR,
for information.
call write
girls will be the Monday's Hour will be from or
on scene. Happy
SATURDAY D/R
April 29 Future reservations accepted.. paneled sep. oppo vacant-
7-8 p.m. Tuesday THE DEAT BEATS will liven' things up a bit, Venetia elem school, walk. distto
561 Northeast 79th St. Rm 226.
NAS: C'MON LET'S LIVEA while Wednesday ,Bob Garber will be here with his floor show. Miami Fla. 305 758 7133. Venetia S. Cent. 264-4361

LITTLE": with Bobby Vee ENTREE RESTAURANT ** afternoons. '
and Jackie De Shannon.;

HOSPITAL: ARRIVEDERCI 1960 Blanding Blvd. -- 77 AM fo 10 PM
BABY": with Tony Curtis. 1957 2 DR., H/T., CHEVROLET FOR RENT OR FOR SALE ,-,
((113 min.) e DAILY LUNCHEONS Reasonable 6073 Roosevelt Houses & Apts. Equity VA :& .
C. FIELD "A MAN COULD Blvd. $50 & $100 down.
: Fried Chicken "All// YOU Can Eat" $1.25 :'t FHA resales '
GET KILLED" with James Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.,

Garner and Sandra Dee.(107( min) o JOBS AVAILABLE1BM.CashierCheckerl* 264-2411, Orange Park Realty.
-
Clerk Typist
SUNDAY, April 30 Train Now Pay Later Jobs FOR -3BEDROOMHOUSE
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Nice shade trees Approx 2
.1, open Student Loans Top jobs
HOSPITAL "C'MON LET's for acres. $13,500. 5747 La Moya
: I in Jax area trained people.
LIVE A LITTLE": with Bobby All Ranks All. Ages High school not required.,No age Ave. 'Jax. Phone284-3681Green

r c i!; Vee and Jackie De Shannon. limit. Day and night. clashes. Cove Springs, ,
((93 min.) LOW RATES, Free: Placement, Service, IAc'credited. ,
Wi'''''''' C. FIELD: "ARRIVERDERCI ; b'y N. E. ,A. A, ((3): SINGERS $25 t :,{l
I r,' BABY": with Tony Curtis. EASY MONTHLY Call 356 574ft' '... SEWING MACHINES $25 Each
n;,, ((113 min.) CAREER TRAINING, INSTITUTE Guaranteed. Left in warehouse..
Good condition. Doesever'thln",
'
" ( 311 Florida Title Bldg.
MONDAY, May 7 PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S complete with attachments.
...
''
Yours for the storage charge T
" C. FIELD: "C'MONLET'SLIVEA DIAL 0 MATIC only $25. Call 353 1946 ''any- '

LITTLE": with Bobby Vee 1967 ZIG ZAG time. Ask for Warehouse. Will
and Jackie De Shannon. ((93 min.) in Nice console. Makes button- deliver no obligation. 1606 Main

holes, blindhem, monograms & Street.
INSURANCE AGENCY fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5 A-l SEWING MACHINE CO.
mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at
traffic riL San Juan Open 9 9 & FOR -4BEDROOMHOUSE
6479 Reesevelt ilvd. 388-7674
Sunday 388.1551. w/garage. cent heat & A/C
Call Close to schools. Assume
Us Anytime JAX SEWING CENTER 4 1/4% VA loan. Oak Hill Park

teaser 771 9364.
LWHArs 200 ft. ST JOHNS RIV., DOCK,
Hse. grg. or 120 ft. St. Johns TOUCH AND SEW SINGER WITH
WRONG HERE You in drhlif Riv., dock & hse. 12 miles beautiful 4-drawer walnut desk.
the car on the hlthway as It approachesthe
dlnor.The road Is cloar In Croat ol you HAVE FUN ON YOUR VACATIONLet No. of Palatka Must leave Original cost -$510,balance$180or
but there are vehicles parked sear .the With A state make offer 264-6869 $10 a month.
Yen.
Us
.
diaer.What should ion dol Help or 13283148. PUBLIC WHOLESALE CO,
388-2541 2362 Blanding Blvd.at .
CREDIT UNION LOAN!
Cassat.
BRAND NEW ZIG ZAGS

Sewing machines that have never
been used.$39 cash or$5 a month. FOR SALE- 15' FIBERGLASSboat
PUBLIC WHOLESALE CO. with Evenrude 40, trailer,

388 2541 2362 Blanding Blvd. 2-6 gal. tankslots of extras.
at Cassat. Boat & motor in outstanding cond.
call WEINSTEIN AOC at 771-
.. % 1051 or Cecil Fid. Ext. 359.
( p4 A 7Thi FOR RENT ON OPTION TO BUY Can be seen at 5626 Enchanted Dr.

6 BR, 2 B, spIt. level home Price $650.00 _

Fla. Rm Dbl grg.,,patio, cent.
i LeY heat, AC, water front w dbl FOR SALE THOMAS ORGAN
boat slip, lot 950'x75' $200mo. $395 or best offer. Phone
incl. tax & ins. After 4 'p.m. 388 8857.
wk days all day Sat & Sun. -
771-3908 or all day wk days 768- FOR SALE: 1 TUBE CADDY
9900. 1 tube tester 1 capacitor checker -

assorted spare parts.
FOR RENT-FURN. APT.NEAR 1 guitar & amplifier, 1 home
NAS & Cecil. 2BR fncd: yd, draught beer cooler. Call
swim pool, $75. 771-0348. 389 3502

FOR SALE 65 MUSTANG HT
FOR RENT: 2B HOUSE COMP. white, red interior, AC, AT.
Furn., Air cond., Lg Yd. Orange Call NAS JAX. Ext. 445/8515
Park. Will rent to TAD Per- or 384-6845 after 5 p.m.
HERE'S WHAT'S WRONG:That car hi the
p.rtlal'ot' could pun Into the hlthway It sonnel or Bachelors2646884.
WANTED GAS DRYER AND
rent( of you as you approach till diner. :
Watch for exhaust smoke or ternlnc of FedeitaeCREDIrUiVON VOLKSWAGEN AIR CONDI Wringer-type or easy spin washer
the frtnt wheel Bo ready to put on your TIONER -excellent,original cost Must be in top condition for
hrakes ,.Ickl,. and plan a way to dadfo $340 will sell for $85 cash. overseas use. Phone JAX, ext. .
the car If yen cant step la time. Roadside
eatiaf places,theatres, sheppief centers, Phone 7717396. 442
and service stafloas are always aaxardon.
JAX HAS. BLDG.11 CECIL FIELD BLOC. 26T.I.334.1397.
Traffic-Accident Distributed to the'Interot Prevention o toy l .,Bu. C.,. 9501 1.3211r.-Eot 20* I 'WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOUApril I
Droward WUUaraa Hou ss..... FrI. ?sJO- 4:30 H..nr M... Ftt..830- JM
State Treasurer & Insurance
Commissioner'



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'6ND Rift/Pistol VA-174 RefalnsSkeet PucCoasf Is All-Navy VB Champ I IThe

aSIat.d .

LeadThe Pacific Coast Region was
For Cecil Mold crowned All Navy Volleyball

Cecil Field will host the Sixth VA 174 "Hellrazors"skeet Champions last week after three
Rifle first days of tournament play at NAS
Naval District Pistol and team retained placein '
Championship matches for 1967 the Intramural Skeet League Cecil Field. The "Invaders"Jwnped '
p May 1 12. Individuals and with a win over the Marines into an early first round :
teams from installations last Monday. The victory came lead by dumping last year'schampions :
throughout the Sixth District will in the first match of the second South Atlantic Re t :
and Western Pacific i' k_
compete. The Annual Navy Pistol round of a double round robin gion Regionon
the first of
and Rifle matches are conductedas and hiked the"Hellrazors"won- day play.
6 pan of the overall Navy small lost record to 7 1. Pacific Coast defeated the
South Atlantic Region by scoresof _
the Marines
s arms training program. During The match with
the first four days of the Cecil ended in a 103 103 tie,forc- 15-11,15-4,11-15,
Field meet, training and prac- ing a sudden death shoot off, 15 5, then whipped Western
tice sessions will be held for and VA 174 came out on top Pacific 15 9, 15 8,12.15
all competitors.On 104 103 on the shooting of and 15 5.
May 5, individual Pistol PR2 J. P. Kukta. This was the On the second day of play, : TALL
matches off Pacific Coast won easily over
Championship com- second sudden death shoot -
mence at the Cecil Field Pistol with the Marines. In the first SoLant 15 9, 15 7,15.10
Range. Team Pistol Championship one, the "Hellrazors" were and dropped North Atlantic
matches will begin Imme- also the victors by a 97 96 Region three straight games,
diately afro completion of the margin.VA 15 12, 15 13, 15 6. In
the third and final day, the "invaders" -
individual matches, 174 's only loss so far
All rifle competition will be came at the hands of the VA- closed out an unblemished -
heldat Camp Blanding. On May 45 "Blackbirds" in another sudden record, 6 0, by defeating NAVY CHAMPS. .Lf. Bill Meyers (left) and Jim Pick-
8, individual Rifle Championship death match, with VA 45 Western Pacific 15 8, 15 ard (right) of Pacific Coast team receive All Navy Volleyball
matches Team the 100 99 decision. 5, 15 11, and North Atlantic from
commence. taking Championship trophy Cdr. T. L. Healey NAS Cecil// Field
Rifle Championship matches take The "Hellrazors" team is 15- 17, 15-5, 15-2,15-4. command representative, during awards banquet at CPO Club.
place May 9. composed of LCDR R. T. Vos- Although Pacific Coast wrapped -
On May 12, Capt. U. L. Fret- seller LT. McPherson ( of VA- up the tournament title on the North Atlantic, and went on to Representing the Navy in the
well commanding officer of 12)), Lt. Patterson, Jr., G. R. second day of play, the runner take second place by scores of Interservice Tournament that is
Cecil Field, will present awardsto Colby, PRC B. C. Webb and PR2 up position wasn't decided until 15-5,4-15,15. 12, and being played' this week in Fort
winning individuals and teams. Kuta. the final match on the third day, 15 13, in their match with Leonard Wood, Mo., are: Lt.
between South.Atlantic and West- West Pac.During. Bill Myers, Dick Ray, Jerry
ern Pacific. The two teams were an awards banquet Van Camp, Charlies Williams,
tied at two wins and two losses at the Chief Petty Officer's Club Bob Smith, Phil Walton and John
each going in to the final day that night,trophies were presented Nellans of the Champion Pacific
of play. Western Pacific lost to the Winners -: and r 1ners- Coast team; Sam Koanui, coach
THIS their match to the champs, while up, and selectionsto the AllNavy Jack Benak and Bob Sobal of
I South Atlantic squeaked past team were announced. Western Pacific Andy Homan
WEEK-EHM Ray Barrows, Buck Wurster,
) Dates Sot For CF Golf Tourney and "Doc" Blanchard of South

NAS Cecil Field's 15th Annual North Florida area. Atlantic; and Mathew Valo of
Invitational Golf Tournament is Handicaps for the medal play North Atlantic.
, DhIYE ; scheduled May 19, 20, and 21 will be entered on the registrationform
V Friday thru Sunday.) and must be verified by
A professional Amateur con- the entrant's home course Pro.
t. test is slated for the first day An entry fee of $15.00 for the CF SKEET STANDINGS
of play. Competition will be individual tourney,and$25.00for
among several teams, eachmadeup team fee for the Pro Am event, Team Won Lost
of one Pro golfer and three covers the cost of greens fees and
amateurs. admission to the post. tourna-
Hellrazors
1
6
Saturday and Sunday action will "ment buffet dinner. Tournament 'Marne Barracks 4 3
be a 36'- hole ,medal playjtour- awards will be given at the dinner.. Blackbirds 4## 1 5 '2
1 nament. 128 golfers the maxl- Presentations will be made by Medical 6
um registration, will be split .Captain U. L., Fretwell Com- Hornets 1 2
Take the into flights according to indi- manding Officer txscil Field, Weapons 5 3 4
Short Route foDAYTONA vidual handicaps. who is also tournament host. FightlnFoto 4 3
.' The tournament is open to the Further information may be Blackbird$ 4## 2 0 7
BEACH general public. Entry blanks are obtained by contacting Mr. Bill
available at golf courses and Stotts, Pro at the Cecil Field
country clubs throughout the Golf Course. I I
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( J *DiytoHB'OnlyliidoorPool LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE APARTMENTS

HINANO AND THE HULA .
3909 BLAND/NO BLVD. ALL
) PHONE 77J.3385 APTS HAVE:

DOLLS APPEARING WALL-TO-WALL

Full Day Camp Facilities' LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.MIXED CARPETS
Baby Sitters Available 7 NIGHTS A WEEK DRAPES
All Rooms Face the Ocean DRINKS FOR UTILITY CENTRAL AIR & HEAT
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NAME ......................... I ... DANCING/ EVERY NIGHT/ LI = Near Schools Both Private
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Shopping
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t 1 I STATE ......................... I I H4Wd\\4\\8w" CASE LOTS at 6756 W3rd STREET

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a I n..w.r_pew....,11.-.4 230 J S. Atlantic Ave. WHOLESALE PRICES, RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7
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I Army Wife Golf Crown
Captures Swimmers Conclude Development .iTwo i

Combining nearly equivalent Mayport NS who finished three a net 902, followed by MayportNS Meets
rounds of 81 82 80 for a final strokes back at 246. Both golfers one shot back) were presented with New Relay Records I
243, Betty Looney of Ft.Lee Va. had deadlocked at 163 when trophies in Candlelight Club Florida AAU relay swim- 13 14 age group 200 meter
finished atop the 22 competitor the 36 hole totals were in Wed- ceremonies Thursday afternoon.The ming records 'fell Saturday at breaststroke; David FitzpatrickIn
championship flight in her first nesday. three day 54 hole tour- the NAS Indoor Pool as the Navy the 13 14 age group 200
try Thursday as the Sixth Annual Helping the wife of an Army nament was held on a naval installation Jax 15 17 Age Group Medley meter freestyle;Carl Kaniosky
Military Dependents Golf Tour- colonel was onebirdie in Thursday for the first time.Ten- Relay Team obliterated the 200 the 13 14 100 meter freestyle,
nament wound up at the NAS 's play. The 480 yd. 5th tative pains call for the 1968 meter medley mark, set by the and Mary Fleet In the 15 17
JAX course. hole was the scene, Mrs. Looney event to be held at Maxwell Greater Tampa Swim Club in 1963 200 meter breaststroke.In .
The final day split of 3842 capped the effort with a 20ft. AFB Ala. by 8.5 seconds and the 400 meter all, Chuck Phillips chargerswon
proved too much for second place putt.Mrs. medley mark, established by the a total of 16 events,during the
finisher Mrs. T. A. Galyon of Galyon had her ins and Beaches Aquatic in 1966 by 29.3 final Winter Development swimming -
outs. A ,quadruple bogey eighton seconds. The Navy team of Ginny meet of the season.
the 9th hole proved to be Bunn, Susan Chance,Mary Fleet/ Lacrosse Season
her major out. A par there would Ellen Smalling set new marksof Opens
have given her the crown. Later, 2:28.9and 5:36.8.,respectively Annapolis, Md.Navy will
on the 16th,she came withinthree for these events. be after Its eighth straight
Inches of the pin for a near hole- Other events were won by National Collegiate Lacrosse
in one .shooting a four iron. Cathy Nauman in the 13 14 Championship this Spring. In the
,( 7 a Third in the -championshiflight age Group 100 meter freestyle, past eight seasons, the Midshipmen -
was Ruth Enger of Parrls with her time 11:1.1;Ellen Small- have a record of 66 victories -
Island S. C. with a 248 followed Ing in the 100 meter freestyle, in 68 meetings with collegiate -
by Gloria Ellers of the 15 17 Age groupwith her tme foes. The only teamto
Enterprise Golf and Country Club 1:13.1; Karen Rush in the 8 defeat Navy over the span was
Army. ((1961 and 1963)). Navy
with a 249. Fifth was Nadine and under 50 meter breaststoke;
McDermott of Patrick AFB at Ginny Bunn In the 200 meter currently owns a string of 29
250. breaststroke; Mike Tipton In the collegiate victories.Lastweek.
LOW NET AWARD went to \ AI
.
BETTY LOONEY, championship Taking low net honors with a NAS JAX golfer/ Gussie Cos .
winner 208 total was Gussie Gushanas, anans who carded a 208. The
flight
sports four
NAS JAX entry.Ind'ividual punch howl, tray and ladle
nament blazer. With/ / her Is
Mrs. Thomas B. Ellison, tournament and teams, (Ft.Lee Caldwell.was presented by Adm. H. H. I If
director. Va. notched the team total with


Lake Apopka A Cas. Study of ;


I Pollution aid Declining FishingTallahassee wesaid

-- What does one Lake Apopka once a favorite
do with a lake full of gar fish, fishing lake for thousands, is the'
especially when the long nosed end result of continued water
rough fish thrive because the pollution. Rapid eutrophicationhad
waters are so well suited to its set in, a condition charac-
needs? This is the question terized by periods of low oxygen, yes '
being put to the Game and Fresh heavy plankton bloom, rich ,S
Water Fish Commission by the nutrient supply and an abun-
Lake Apopka Improvement Asso- dance of rough fish. Lake
to a mailman who needed just a bit more :
ciation. Apopka is dying and will soon
According; to John W. Woods, be dead as far as sport fishingis o onn e to swing a week's vacation in Miami; .
chief of the Commission's Fish concerned unless something Wicker/ Carmen Buff and Nancy -
management division, the resultsof is done to alter the existing Muller were members of :
a recent Commission study of conditions. the winning Ft. Lee Va. team. to an airman who got the family a color
Lake Apopka, In Lake and Orange ofa black and white portable.
counties, by the use of a haul ... I.. ._" .. .., ._... O' _, n., ,. .... '. 1,1., .tou -.; <_ .; -" .' .t. IVJnstead i-r+ ,,$*>. : --
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Page 72 lAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER _, April 27, 1967



New Faces Bolster Suns' Hopes '


By Ned Fellers

The stage was the same as last year but many faces in the cast decisions, but turned tables, in
[ were new as the 1967 edition of the Jacksonville Suns, the city's games decided by two runs 17-
4 AAA representative in thelnternational League opened their 140 game 30.A

schedule last night against Rochester.The _ double-header today and sin-
t stage, renovated and he left the suns' with an gle game tomorrow close out
brightened Sun Valley, just 'may impressive record. He had 11 the Rochester series. The Syra-
,,, ,.- be a sign that city baseball fathers home runs, knocked in 55 runs cuse Chiefs visit Sun Valley fora
"" .. P" and management are set to makean and batted a hefty .303. In three game series beginning
7:- ,, .:'t all-out attempt to lure fans to addition, he was the club's best Saturday.
< j\ 45 ,; the Valley. l hitter against left-handers.(.298)) During May, the Suns' play
; .J',; Ii But it'll take more than a repainted and right-handers (.305)). home 16 times, Including an exhibition -
,( j 'I>v ballpark to brfng the Kevin Collins and Eastern against the Mets on May
: ,11 followers back; it'll take a League (AA) shortstop with 18.
t. .. ,-L..J a ....t : better ball club than last year's Williamsport is tabbed a young- Management plans to use the
seventh place finishers. New watch. HewasanAll-Star ticket with
ster to same procedure ser-
WINNERS OF THE recent COMFAIRJAX Bowling Toumament
:
manager Bill Virdon is optimistic in his circuit the year past. vicemen as 1966. General admission -
was FAIRJAX 'Staff. They are, (bottom row) ADR1 H. Perry, ; here are some of the rea- Power hitter John Lewis who tickets will be 50 cents;
I. RM2 ,B. Davidson, Lt. George Regan. Capt. P. K. Blesh/ chief sons why: split time between outfields in to purchase them the servicemanmust
t of staff Is on the right. (Top row) LCdr. E. Dawson, Cdr. B. He has in Hawk Taylor, a Shea Stadium and Sun Valley is either be in uniform or have
Blachunas and YNC K. Reynolds. third baseman who, saw little back. Lewis hit .284 here but a valid I.D. They may be boughtat
action with the Suns' parent New because he played in less than the gates or'' at Special Ser-
York Mets a potential long-ball: half the games Dan Napoleon vices' ticket division.,
FAIR.JAX Staff C.pc Bwlln hitter.First string catcher for Vir- statistically led the club with
don is John Stephenson, who saw .261. "i. NJSC Lists EventsThe
'F ... A tie game with VP-45: was all that prevented the.COMFAIRJAX action behind the plate as a Met Gone to the Mets, at least
'r Staff from making a clean sweep in the recently completed COM- in the National League last year. temporarily, are pitchers suchas following events are sCheduled -
I FAIRJAX Bowling Tournament. The winners posted a 17.5 .5 in Larry Elliot,right field,was an Tom Seaver, a Californianwho this weekend for Navy
i the 18 games rolled. VP-30 finishing with a 12-6 mark captured International League All-Star selection broke all club strikeout records Jacksonville Sailing Glib mem-
t second after winning its last four contest a row. VP-45 was third, last year before being in his initial season here. bers:
( .5 game behind. shuttled up to New York. Although He struck out 14 for a single Friday: ,A Tri Club A-
I. Elliot was called up the game record and 185 for the wards Banquet is scheduled for*
Charles Abernathy of FAW-11 took high average honors with a last two months of the season, season. Seaver was 12-12 here. 6:30 p.m. at the Florida'YachtClub.
t I 192. one pin over Harold Perrys 191. Also up north, are catcher Greg Dr. Stewart Walker will be

Joining Regan, Perry and Davidson as membes of the COMFAIR- Goossen who paced the club with the guest speaker.Saturday .
) JAX in the Sixth Naval District this week 63 RBI's and 25 circuit clouts, : The NJSC will'sponsor
Charlestonare
entry Tourney at
I France, 1968 host of the Win
Bud Harrelson and their
Ken Boswell, "Welcome A -
ADJ1 George Compton, VP-30 and AOB3 Robin D. Boye of
RVAH-3. ter Olympic Games last had the able infielders.So board" party for all new and
J international event in 1924.It what happened last year? prospective club members. Individuals -
A key problem was the defense should bring meat

i I Xn."t.ra.TQo.ra,1.: : $owlin.gThe : I Ii While the infield knocked off suitable for barbecue. .6:30 p.m.at .
i 139 double plays, they combined the Skeet Club.
(with the rest of the club) for Sunday: Club sailboats shouldbe
i 12 team Pacific Leagues VP 30 Chiefs 21 23 Spoilers 17 1/2 18 1/2 163 errors. on the west side of the bridgefor
had comp1etedplayasofAirNews Mad Foxes No. Two 21 23 Seabees 17 19 The Suns' bullpen was credited the 2:30 p.m. Blessing of
deadline time. While Cloak Alley Cats 21 23 Druthers 16 20 with only 14 games saved over the Fleet, sponsored by the Jul-
& Daggers have already copped Crash an Fire 21 23 PIn Teasers 16 20 the season, one of the worst ington Creek Yacht Club.
first place,In the American Lea Marine Barracks 15 29 NOMAD 15' 21, records in the club's history. A
gue, Falcons "A" and the Nep- Gold 10 34 B. B. Stackers 12 24' combination of pitchers servedup
tunes have one remaining match Continental League Tipplers 10 26 103 pitches that. went for

against each other. National League home runs ... this alone cost
Play is scheduled to be completed Team Won Lost 25 games. THEMRJC

1. inthe Continental and Seven Tens 28 8 Team Won ., Lost. The locals were beaten"in /(
Atlantic Leagues'Wedoosday.' \ Pin Benders 20 12 Ficeur CPO's 31 M 9; extra-inning games, losing 10 of
Upon completion of the regular Rip Cords 20 16 Aces I 271/2 '.121/2 16. "They,lost 27 of'45'one-run TERRACE
., season schedule the top, three White Hats 19 17 BLU 27 13 --
finishers in each 'division will Electrons 19 17 Sky Warriors 26 14 San Juan
engage in a round robin MARTD 181/2 171/2 Rejects 24 16 ORANGE PARKToast.asters at Niblick
.. "bowl off" for Intramural Mad Poxes No.l 14 14 ,Cannon Cockers 22 18 1
ft 2 Bedrooms
Bowling champion. Falcons "B" 17 19 Caduceus 20 20
The Team Standings Sparks} 17 1/2 191/2 NFO uBu 19 21 Garden Type Apartments
with Country Club
King Pins 13 19 Hurricanes 18 22
Pacific League (final) Vigalantes 14 22 Lucky Sevens 12 28 Club atmosphere
Molorolas 8 24 Flag Staffs 8 1/2 31 1/2 Kitchens equipped with G-E
Team Won Lost American League Rigger 5 35 4. Molts Ranges & Refrigerators
Cursors 31 13 Individual Air Conditioning
Needlers 28 16 Team Won Lost Peel Llfeeerdslleeied EACH SATURDAYAT and Heating by G-E 'A
: Red Darters 26 18PRO.s Cloak & Daggers 32 12 Drapes furnishedWall
24 20 NFO "Au 25 19 Military personnel interestedin 7.00A.M. to Wall Carpeting cad
Afees 23 21 AOMD 25 19 ,, working as pan -. time life- CLUB CONTINENTALIN Large Swimming Pool
Impulses 23 21 .Neptunes 22 18 guards should apply to Chuck ORANGE PARK Phone 384-4406
Supply 24 20 Phillips, NAS Indoor Pool Bldg.
NEED\ Q F AEWRON Four 22 22 614. Applications will be received -
epee 6130'i I Trainers 22 22 beginning today, the dead
Misfits 20 24 line is Wednesday.Personnel TAKE A LITTLE DRIVE ,
'J R Play Boys 18 1/2 25 1/2 must have a senior x andSAVE
'' 1966 San JNart..,iwlhidaNOws SpUtters 18 1/2 251/2 lifesaving card.
0 Falcons "A" 16 24
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aft ti SCHI ,LJBJC 28 8 operation on both pools and
Bear urners 23 13 Pool
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NARTU Chiefs 25 15 is completed) will be from
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