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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: May 4, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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t / ":'";/L< :" ( : : ;. Sea Service Secretary Hiahlites .,

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k pA, Annual NavyLeagueConventionStressing ;


I i 1 aJ the importance of sea power, Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze addressed delegates .
s dApEy to the 65th Navy League In Jacksonville yesterday' afternoon. Speaking for the fourth time before the :,
( J.y league's annual convention, the secretary said,"one of the tasks encumbering both the Navy and the Navy 1
; ,,V League today is making the concept of sea power better understood." Pointing out the importance of .!
'P' 1 ti y. the seas to the United States deterrent strategy, he pointed out that 98 per cent of all supplies for our
i : u ) forces in Vietnam are moved. by ships. "Our control of the sea lanes is uncontested; those suppliesdo ':
not nave to move across the
Pacific in escorted convoys," the rapid-deployment capabilityof Many league members witnessed l.
: \ t ; the secretary said. "Intheeventthat American military forces." sea-based striking force opera- ,I
our control of the seas Concluding, the secretary remarked tions at sea, aboard an aircraft
were contested, an important "sea power is notSECRETARY carrier from Mayport Tuesday. )
1 t t' threat would be from enemy submarines The operation accentuated "the
nip e ; 11 '. ." long inland reach" of the modern "f
Discussing anti-submarine carrier-based aircraft and highlighted
.: : 1 warfare developments he asser- both the strategic and tactical (t
ted tht the U.S. Navy can detect 1 application of mobile Navy- ::
and track submarines accur- :1 a.k 4 hi Marine Corps air strength.A .
1 : commandants breakfast hon
: 1 ately at increasingly greater distances -
and is developing effec- oring the heads of naval districts
s'' tive attack techniques. launched yesterday's activities.A .
Marines ashore in Vietnamare panel discussion on the "Con-
doing an "Impressive" job frontation at Sea" was directedby
ry according to the secretary. He RAdm. Thomas D. Davies,
told the delegation, "as an extended director, Program Appraisal ,
arm of seapower, the fice. The panel was programmed
Marine Corps can move rapidly to develop in depth, the future
in strength and also has tremendous potential for strategic contri -
staying power. When bution of sea based systems.
the order to land at Da Nang I
r was issued in March 1965, Following Secretary Nitze'stalk
two Marine landing forces went yesterday afternoon,a work-
ashore within 24 hours." shop was held encompassing theleague's

He went on to say, "the con- major educational pro-
\ cept of the Fast Deployment Logistic grams to support national ',
Ship has been developed. strength at sea.
4 L irLL4k Together with the new C-5A airplane A "U. S. Navy Around theWorld" t
these ships (FLD's) would NITZE presentation was scheduled : ',
provide a useful increment to for' this morning, accentuating .}
v 4f a meaningless phrase or anempty the expanding national t
cliche often use it of mobile
,Car ; yet we application power \
Yearly 'as' "if: it 'were< by talking 'back ,worldwide.: ,
and forth to one another about Adm. Thomas H.Moorer,com-
0 At' its virtues without a really firm mander chief, Atlantic Fleet
Sign Up conception of what it is." and Supreme Allied Commander '
"Seapower is not only ships Atlantic is scheduled to speakat
y and weapons, but also a state the National Awards Luncheon
Date NearsDrivers of mind and a spirit quite Incompatible today. _
with a spirit of Iso- National programs sponsoredby
operating motor lationism. These deeper mean- the Navy League in orderto
vehicles aboard the Naval Air ings of the phrase ( power) further the Navy's image and
Station are required to registernew are Important. I urge ro u to increase the understanding of
license plate numbers with keep looking for. them in the fu- the Importance of seapower( include -
the Security Division if they ture." ;
register their cars outside Duval League. Activities U. S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps-
County. a corporation chartered by Con- f I
The Pass and Identification During the week convention gress. The aim is to educate
THREE CRANES STRUGGLE with a large "L" beam at construction fice has a publication listing all delegates have been furthering boys 14 17 years of age in
continues on a new VP hangar complex aboard the automobiles registered In Duval this year's theme, "Oceans Un- the traditions of the naval ser- :
air station. The hangar, north of Yorktown .Ave, Is scheduled County. For this reason,owners limited." vices. Navy League member volunteer ;
to be completed early next ye or. of vehicles registered in Duval their time to form and '
County will not be required to Dispuri Division Sluts guide units. Each unit averages \
Green Delivers submit a form to the pass office. about 40 boys, totaling about
SpeechTo Commanding officers and department Spot Silt ,. 4,000 boys across the nation. I
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heads of activities Operation Hlghllne An assistance -
Jax Area aboard the base have designated The air station Disposal Division program for retiring
ManagersDavid individuals to process the annual will hold a local area spot Navy and Marine Corps People.
registrations. Personnel can bid sale tomorrow beginning at They are given an introductioninto
H. Green from the Off ice by Capt. Martin J., Stack, commanding obtain the necessary forms 9 a.m. the requirements, of the
of Civilian Manpower Management officer NAS JAX. through their unit or activity. Military and civilian personnel civilian job market how to apply "
in Washington addressed During, opening remarks, Registrationformsfor private of the Department of Defense may for jobs, suggestions on where '
Navy military and civilian Captain Stack stressed the,"need vehicles are also available at the attend the sale providing they are jobs might be found, and what
managers here Tuesday morning. for a greater understanding of Identification and Pass Office at 21 years' of age and whose dutiesdo they might be suited for. De-
Green was introduced to man- labor relations today and in the Bldg. 9.Units. not include any function for signed as a transitory program
agers from the Naval Rework future." aboard the air station or within the Defense Property from military to dlivian life it
Facility, Cecil Field, U.S. Naval Green told the assembled man- have been requested to submitthe Disposal Program. is not an employment- service.
Hospital, Commissary, Mayport agers about the Navy's policiesas new registrations to the Additional Information may be Navy DayThe anniversary "
NATTC, NARTU, Glynco, Finance an employer. He outlined security section at one time after obtained by calling the Supply of the Navy is October 27.
Publications and Printing eight points of interest dealing all personnel concerned have Department Disposal Division at Throughout October, councils:
Service Office and the air station with union-management relations... completed the registration form. Ext. 292 or 8343. stage celebrations, demonstrations
luncheons, exhibits and
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I VP-7 Gets New Skipper, Deploys to Sicily other the anniversary to Navy public people.EDITORIALS events and. to-- to pay mark tribute -

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The reins of Patrol Squadron i was principal speaker and was gator of the first aircraft to land
Seven changed hands here Monday Introduced by Capt. John H.Bur- at the South Pole.
morning as Cdr. J.R. Swadener ton, commander Fleet Air Wing Prior rmmU-1
to coming to Jacksonville -
became the unit's new commandIng -
11.Commander Commander Swadenerwas
officer.
Swadener
has been operations officer with VP-
The Squadron begins departing In Jacksonville since October
23 at Brunswick, Maine, taking
the air station today for a six- 1965 when he joined the staff in anti submarine war- . .'. .2,
month deployment at SIgonella, of Commander Fleet Air Jack pan
s fare exercises and SERVICE..s
Sicily, for operations with the sonville. He reported to Patrol throughout the North operations Atlantic. CIVIL
Sixth Fleet and NATO forces in Squadron Seven as executive officer CANDLELIGHT OPENS. ,.6
the Mediterranean. in May of last VP : ':
-1 also
year.Durll't received a new NARTU NEWS . ;., 8
Commander Swadener relieved
an earlier tour with executive officer recently when )
Cdr. A.N. Fowler during cere- .1 VP 22 in Hawaii,he was awarded Cdr. R. F. Wenzel reported to N A TTC..8. .,' ".
monies attended by families of the Air Medal and Gold Star the squadron for duty.Commander MOVIES. .. ..,. 'ft:'. 9
VP-7 officers and men. for operations in the Formosa Wenzel graduated from the
\ . . ,
RAdm. H. H. Caldwell, commander Straits. During operation Deep- Armed Forces Staff College in WANT ADS.' 9
Fleet Air Jacksonville* CO*. J. R. SWADENER freeze in 1955, he was navl- January. .*



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What's Navy League? lJIp e er tce..,


z By Ed Sowa
ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
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r..' The GSthAnnual Convention of the Navy League of the United States Edward's Church
is taking place this week in Jacksonville. Very few people hardly SUNDAY MASS9a.m..
raise an eyebrow when they hear of this gathering; what is more, and 11 a.m.
hardly knows exactly what the Navy League is.
anyone DAILY MASS 11:45: a.m.
Many would venture the guess that the League is a group of retired SATURDAY MASS-10:45 a.m.

Naval officers or enlisted personnel, similar to some type of college CONFESSIONSSaturday d -'i-0 ,, _
fraternity. This i is not necessarily the case. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m. & 7 -
, .MA/rardinaK/ {>ioa., ties'' },f/om>Morgan L Fitch Jr., national 7:30 p.m.
'. Cp-esweflt of me Navy League, the club has a most unique member-
ship. The league has become known "as the Civilian Army of the U. S. Naval Hospital

Navy." The membership Is. open only to civlians and no servicemanon SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m.
active duty may join. PROTESTANTAll
According to statistics, "about 35 per cent of the Navy League
membership have not had previous service with any of the armed Saints Chapel
forces and about an equal percentage have had no affiliation with DIVINE SERVICE 10 a.m.
the Navy. Only about 10 per cent of the members are employedby SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m.
defense industries." Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722CHURCH
Fitch adds, "It may be truly said that the Navy League may seekas SCHOOL 9 a.m.
a civilian organization to act, In the best interests of the Navy Chapel Center, Bldg.' 751
Marine Corps Team." WEDNESDAY
Once we understand generally what the Navy League is, we beginto Choir Rjhersal7. 3a
wonder what they do, and what kind of programs they Initiate THURSDAY -
and foster.To Young Adult Group 7 p.m.
this question Fitch replies: "Broadly stated, the national pro- Christian Science Service -
grams of the Navy League are directed toward making the people . .8p.m. CUTTING THE RIBBON to launch VW 4's new ,llftht simu-
conscious of the need for sea and for a Navy Marine SECOND
power strong MONDAY of Each
". lator Is Cdr. R. V. Himelick, CO VW 4. From left are Ted
corps team. Month Chapel Women's
This overall goal is accomplished through many plans and activi- Guild9:30 a. m. Wilkinson, Training Device Rep., TDC J. P. Smith; LCdr D.
ties, the most successful being the publication the magazine NAVY, (Chapel Center) Weigand, Commander Himelick and Lcdr. A. J. Hyman, OinC
which disseminates information about the Navy and the
Navy Leagueas U. ''S. Naval FAETULANT Det 2 Jax..
widely, as possible throughout the country. It is a standard Hospital

publication found in many public and school libraries.The SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m. VW-4 Adds New Device
league also sponsors a youth program which seeks to pro-
vide young men and women with information concerning oppor-
tunities in the Navy and Marine Corps.In TrafficViolations, ToTraining OperationA
conjunction with this program, the league has establishedthe

Naval.Sea Cadets Corps, which provides training and informationin new flight simulator has ing the new trainer for transferto
the customs and traditions of the Navy and Marine Corps. been added to the training equip- Jacksonville early last Jan-
Each October, the league sponsors Navy Day, which uses as The following is a report of ment used by Weather Recon- uary.
its theme something current to the Navy at the time, hoping to make I
motor vehicle accidents and naissance Squadron Four(VW-4)). After the crew completed
the public aware and conscious of naval importance. traffic violations for the period The simulator will be used for tial preparations, the simulatorwas
All of these programs are made possible through local councils April 25 through May 1. training inexperienced aviators transported here.
in communities throughout the United States, In Puerto Rico, Mexico, Number of Accidents: and flight engineers.The Cdr. R. V. Himelick, VW-4
Guam and Europe. This Week---------7 link trainer was broughtto commanding officer said, "I feel
Providing good will to the fleet in foreign areas is another pro- Total Accidents this year through the squadron from Williams certain that our new trainer will
ject of the league through programs such as Project Handclasp and
Monday - - -106 burg, Va. enhance the quality of trainingfor
the kite program.League Number of Accidents through .A special crew of training this command, and thus aid
National Awards programs seek to recognize outstanding April, 1966 - - -100 device experts headed by LCdr. the squadron in meeting its com-
accomplishments in the Navy and Marine Corps, as well as Total number of days since AJ.: Hyman officer in chargeof mitments for all weather reconnaissance -
the reserve units. last injury in a motor vehicle FAETULANT DET'Two' and and airborn early
During this week, we should pause and extend congratulationsto *'
accident - - 23: TDC J.P. Smith, began services.
prepar- warning
the members of the Navy League for the wonderful and beneficial Number of Violations: ,
work they are doIng/ to further the interests and prestige of the This Week - - -4d
United States Navy and Marine Corps.Lawmakers. Speeding -----------6

Reckless Driving - -1
Going through Stop Sign 4
In ActionLegislation p Other Violations37
drivers '
Thirty-six appeared
before the Traffic HearingBoardat
now before Congress proposes a 5.6per centbasic the meeting held on Tuesday.
pay,increase for members of the armed forces.In Disposition of the cases includedthe
this pay bill, the Department of Defense sent a request following: five lost drivingand
simultaneously to the Speaker of the House and the President of parking privileges aboard S r
theSenate as pan of the Defense legislative program. The mea- station for various periods; 1'a
sure has been referred by both houses to their Armed Services' twelve were assigned to complete -
Committees.The an eight-hour course in remedial -
chairman of each committee has introduced identical bills driving at NATTC: two
on the proposal.In received suspensions; 11 were
a bill of this nature, hearings are normally held and Defense given warnings; eight dismissed;
Department officials asked to testify. four fined(U.S. Commissioner);
Once in a committee, the bill may be amended. Assuminga and five referred to commanding U
favdrable report is made by the committee, the bill is then sent'to officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
the floor of the House or Senate to be debated.At .
the end of the, debate, a voice or roll-call vote is taken and The 36 drivers were assesseda
if the bill passes by a majority, it is sent to the Senate (assumingthe total of 57 points.
House acted first) where the House bill is considered. If the
Senate has not yet held hearings on itsbill, it will consider the House the WHAFS WRONG HERETYII art drMat.; I
car it the rliM along leir-taai dl
proposal, but may amend It and report out a new bill. tldtd ilthwiy.U heat if,ym,aa silt tail
If the House and Senate debate their own bills and pass them with carves iff ta tto right But aa car Is itoadaf f" .+
any differences between the two or if an amended version of the yu aid tto way Inks cliar. What.
House bill is passed by the Senate, a conference committee is appointed should you lit ''
by'each House to resolve the differences. CAPT. MARTIN J. STACK HAS JAX CO, buys a Freedom
Once approved by both House and Senate, the bill is sent to the \ I Shore to kick off this Year's Savings Bond/Freedom Share
President. The bill becomes law after it is signed by the Presidentor campaign. DKC J. F. Riley, Finance Office, and Cdr. E. A.
when passed a second time by a two-thirds vote of Congress overa / Heflint bond officer, assisted the captain with his
Presidential veto. (AFNB) purchase.

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Money and His WordBy '. ,' "j :.
Jf AX A I Ft ISJEIWS

Lt. Philip D. Anderson, CHCA ., !
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bird's nest had blown downon to make a home, it also takes l The JAX AIR HEWS Is a Civilian// Enterprise Newspaper -
a Charlotte, N.C., lawn, and money -- in these days considerable ; distributed/ each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
upon examining the contents of money. But even that is "I l R Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
this "home" for a fowl's family, rot sufficient to make a real
All submitted
Company, a privet. firm. Copy for use in
it was something unusual. home. It also takes the Wordof
God. R'H the JAX AIR HEWS must be forwarded to the Public

There were the coustomary 1 .. Affairs Office, Box 2. HAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
twigs, and straw that it Guest said "it takes '
grass Edgar a I on Motif/ay/ before publication. Hews items are welcomedfrom .
takes to make a nest, but there heap o' living in a house to makeit all sour Telephone EV 9-7771, Ext. 8162.
was also a tattered dollar bill home," but it takes more than .s.
and a scripture portion containing that; it takes the indwelling Godto Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
some Bible verses. The live in our house to make it queries concerning such should be directed to:
nest recalled some of the unusual a home. And He can best indwell HERFS WHArS WRONG Th driver if The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd.
elements in the bird's home. our homes in His Word -- the DIal to stoild car II tn the ripe lift baa it tills las iitt.Jest!Ii realized anttorhstMt Jacksonville Florida, .32210, Telephone 367 4451 I

of Bible. H .Is ttbf *. fmttty tare
There is somewhat an object -
: lesson in this story. We acrass yaw laai la filet fit year car ad VOL. 25 NO. 6 MAY 4, 1967fII."t I,
We would be wise to ponder fry la take tto esit niL Always tovatcMat
all know that besides the brick, the forceful spir1tual1esson for ttirtli. trim tto ten win
lumber and mortar that it takes yn aftwc u lilt M i MparMfkvay.
unsuspecting bird produced.



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I May 4, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER PagdDid {



You Know? CoMboy Rtctiv 4th Air MM!*!', : I

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Lcdr. Thomas W. Conboy, now U.S. efforts under hazardous con-
",,;Below typewriting performance tests required. to be completed attached to VA-44, has receivedhis ditions." '
", before a person may participate in a Navy wide competitive : fourth Air' Medal for actionin Lcdr. Conboy graduated from
examination in accordance with the Qualifications Manual j the combat zone of Viet Nam. the Naval Academy at Annapolis r
for Advancement in Rating NAVPERS 18068B: His citation read'1n"pan: ". .. in 1954. He attedned flight train-
DK3 20WPM AK3 20WPM PN3 30WPM DT2 20WPM For meritorious achievement in ing school at Pensacola. Lcdr.
DK2 25WPM AK2 25WPM PN2 35WPM PC3 20WPM aerial flight as a Plane Com- Conboy is the son of Mrs. Mary '
DK1 30WPM AK1 30WPM PNl 40WPM AZ3 20WPM maiider attached to Carrier Air Conboy of Utica, New York.
JO3 20WPM SK3 20WPM YN3 -.30WPM AG3 20WPM borne Early Warning Squadron 11 ;1,
JO2 30WPM SK2 25WPM YN2 40WPM Detachment Delta, embarked in /
JO1 40WPM SKI 30WPM YN1 50WPM USS Constellation in combat r
} operations in Southeast Asia from
SH3CLK) 20WPM SH2CLK( ) 25WPM SH1ALL) WPM b ? September 22 to November 4;

1966. In, successful completionof
Are you prepared for the August 1967 Navy-wide examinations twenty flights on combat
? All mandatory requirements must be completed priorto Mrs. Ethel K. Perry acceptsset missions In an active combat
the dates listed below for ,each pay grade. It is your responsibility of charms from Mr. C. J. area, Lcdr. Conboy contributed,
to see that you meet all the elements for advance- Fails at retirement ceremony. substantially to the success of
ment. Be prepared. Start rndav.
DATE REQUIREMENTSPAY
GRADE MUST BE COMPLETEDE4 Federal EmployeeLast Retires At CecilAs

July 1,1967
E-5 July 3, 1967 Friday, Mrs. Ethel K. a mother of one and a
E-6 July 8.J967 Perry brought to a close more grandmother of five children,

E-7. July 10, 1967 ,, than 23 years of Federal ser- Mrs. Perry expects that her
k vice when she retired from the, family will occupy quite a bit of
Supply Department at NAS Cecil her new leisure time. Fourof
Field. her grandchildren swim com-
r New Books at Library I Captain U.L. Fretwell, commanding petitively, and she plans to spec-
I officer of NAS Cecil tate as many swimming eventsas
By Sharon Arnold, Librarian Field, was on hand during her re- possible. She also plans to
tierment ceremony to present continue being active in church
Mrs. Perry with a letter of and young people's work at St.Catherine's .
HELL IN A VERY SMALL
Viet Nam situation are also
PLACE: the Siege of Dien Bien appraised. (Note: Mr. Fall .commendation for her loyaltyand Jacksonville.Episcopal Church in Lcdr Thomas W. Conboy
devotion
Phu, by Bernard B. Fall. This was killed during February of this to present Mrs. ... ..... .
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Perry with a letter of commen- "= : << ::.o;:: ::--o-o-. .. .....;:;: ;woor;:
: :: :
detailed study by the author of year in Viet Nam by a Viet Cong dation for her loyalty and devo- .: .:..ront'W".r..::::......m. "'......--.rrr.-"
THE TWO VIET NAMS is basedon booby trap.) U ,
documents from the French THE NEW YORK TIMES GUIDE tion to her occupation. Then,
behalf of the of HARLEY-DAVIDSON |(
on employees I I
Archives and interviews with TO PERSONAL FINANCE: by S. the ,
Supply Department, Capt.
survivors of the 55-day siege Nuccio5 offers an Informative
Fretwell her with
of Dien Bien Phu In the springof guide to the problems of personal charm bracelet.presented Adding to her a :: -

1954. Military action duringthe finance everyone encounters. surprise and to the beauty of the New SPORTCYCLES Used''
1
siege is fully discussed, yet There is advice on income tax,life bracelet, Mr. CJ. FailsReceipt
I the political aspects of the dis- insurance, loans, installment
Control Supervisor, Mrs. ACCESSORIES r 1
aster and Its effect on today'sNR's buying, credit, and mortgages. gave OIL FREE INSPECTION -
Perry a set of charms. :
1.1.
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ONE OF US WORKS FOR
After receiving her gifts,Mrs. 648 Roosevelt/ Blvd.
Miss Blair 5C
THEM: by Jack D. Hunter. The"hero"
Perry cut large cake and distributed ADAMEC
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of this bright and breezy it to her numerous O/NASJOX 384.1690'i ;;
To Speak At CecilLike spy novel is Captain Carl Kraftof friends and co-workerswhow re M-m.::;:; :i*
the U.S. Army Counter-Intell- .. '
[)r.. t... .
to know more about Navy .Igence in! Heidelberg, Germany.He r-----
Relief and the many varieties of has sold out to the opposition

assistance that it can provide, and when he is discovered ... l ,. .
to Navy and Marine Corps personnel sets out to frame a colleague.. q.." i" .,; ..:

and their dependentsAre, .. 1..1: :.:,H ,. ,
,
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L.11 111.7' t. .M1 /1 4
you a serviceman.. who Will be l jv .' *' r ,"Jf'J' it-. ,
deploying 'can your dependents : WELL AT LEAST I J.I A.v E': 1 fi'_
request aid, and, if so,for L
what reasons? Are you a division s MY VALUABLES IN A '

officer, career counselor, or in SAFE ,DEPOSIT BOX AT
some other position where you
counsel Naval personnel WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK
under what circumstances would
you send a person to Navy Re- 1
lief for aid? Would you know 4 .
with some certainty whether the
need was a valid one that Navy
Relief policy could allow assistance -
for? Are, you a servi- I ,." .
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.
,
:
ceman's wife -- do you know if r,1-. ,

you can ask for help from Navy '.,. ,,t ,
Relief??

Most of us have a vague idea .f ,
that Navy Relief helps out the : y ... ,-,
Navy community in times of .
need and In emergencles,but what -; "" ,j" ,;.
are some of the specific instances : ,\ .
for which this help can be < ,..,.,, "' ,"\".. '
given? Answers to these ques- "" 'r'.. ..,
tions and' to many more will be jtIi ; "t' "

:, given by"", Miss Barbara Blair, ,'.r..I"" '..
Field Representative Director }
for the Navy Relief Society,next
Tuesday, 9 May 1967, at the Cecil CATCH THIS MATE .SUL-
, Field Station Theatre' at 500. TRY SHARON TATE Is being
enlisted wives,
Officers* men introduced to movie audiences *
other dependents, and any other MGM 's
in Filmvtay
invited
interested persons are
to "come as you are" and hear "Don't Make Waves", In

Miss Blair. You will be glad which/ / / she plays the queen of ;.. .wr.;. .yNawNinf.N.W/'

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Behind The SceneByMaryLunde ..fI'0'' J:... -: _' .''''. .. Club NotesMembers

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of the Marine Wives

"'5' During this tour. Scott has .'.. ._.....1t....''Ii: ."....... _: ,.. _I Glib held their bimonthly meeting
served 'r : : ; ;,'. 'T Monday evening the Acey Duecy
almost :
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. .. I, !" continuously as a ... ;." 'iII. "
Class Advisor. His success in '!.,i. ..,. "'. '!.". ."'. I.. Club. Guest speaker for the
,'bf', this : t. !t(' '" ., : ,_ meeting was Miss Barbara Blair
1\\; ,\; capacity can only be ratedas "'IIi ..: :-..,. .,.
excellent. He displays a :. ,:- ; ... ..'. ,....... .' ." :".. ''. .. Navy Relief Field representative
:
'< genuine interest in the welfare ; ;! ..'. C I,.:,. .... 'B" : '1V!, .; from Washington D.C., who out-
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and achievement of his students .h ,.... .. f' lined the benefits and functionsof
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,.. .
< Relief.
Navy
and his success has been accomplished r' .f"
only through long .. .. .' Among the items discussed
d y hours, of difficult work. -- during the' meeting was the
******** announcement that the club is
At last Saturday's inspection, row sponsoring assistance fora
Lt. Robert H. Potter, the newly teenage boy in a local home
assigned special services officerat Chaplain Johnson conducted many of these "outdoor services' and the forthcoming "Bake sale"
NATTC, received the Sec- as the troops gather around and sit on the ground to worship i'to be held in front of theNATTC
retary of the Navy Commendationfor Exchange. at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
John M. Scott Achievement. Sale will feature home-baked
NATTCs Serviceman of the Lieutenant Potter was cited for Chaplain Earns Medal goods.It .
Month for April Is Aviation E his "Outstanding achievement in was announced that member
quipment Technician. First Class the-superior performance of his For Vietnam Service Loraine Furuseth has been
John M. Scott instructor at the duties while serving first lieu- awarded a pin for 250 hours of
Aviation Electrician's Mate (A) tenant of the USS Vesuvius (AE- volunteer work for the Red Cross.
School. 15)) from June November 1966. NATTC's new chaplain Lt. buted soap to residents and furn- .q; .o.
Scott will be presented a $50 "It was also stated* Lieutenant Thomas F. Johnson has been a- ished supplies to schools. *s's.tNavy :: /
savings bond and a commendation Potter in collaboration with warded the Navy CommendationMedal The necessary cooperationbetween Wives Club Mayport#201
from Capt. Thomas B. Ellison. Boatswain's Mate First Class for meritorious servicein the Seabees unit and the will be hostess for the annual
He will also be the recepientof Perkins developed tested and Vietnam.He villages was accomplished by the N.W.C.A. Southeast Regional
a USO sponsored trip to St. Aug- placed into service a lightweight was cited for "providing close and friendly relationship Convention Sunday through May
complete ministerial service, between Chaplain Johnson and 11.
nylon highline. By its conception
and implementation a in visiting outlying villages and village chieftains.The Jax #86 will host one day of
ustine.HONDA presently employed methods gap of Marine units, and for establishing chaplain reported that the the conventiononTuesday. Work
underway replenishment has been rapport with local political men in his unit exhibited their shops will be held with delegatesin
filled. The Potter Perkins light- leaders and religious groups.It spirit of generosity by donating attendance.A .
The lieutenant also receiveda $10 monthly to provide covered dish luncheon will
MOTORCYCLES weight nylon highline has greatly
reduced the workload on small letter from the Chief of Chap grade school scholarships to orphans be served in the clubhouse at noon
We Glv Merchants Green Stamps ships for underway transfers lains, RAdm. James W. Kelly. and other children desig- for the delegates and other club
since fewer Chaplain Johnson reported nated by the school master. This members and guests followedby
a.m.-7 men are requiredto
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Open Daily p.m. handle the rig." To summarize here from a two-year tour with act helped compensate for the a tea social in the home of
Sat. 8 cr.m.6 p.m. Lieutenant Potter's the U.S. Naval Mobile Construction high rate of young children drop- Mrs. MJ. Stack.
leadership resourcefulness Battalion Seven, and eight ping out of school to work in rice Dinner will be in the Blue-
Closed/ Sundays technical ability and ingenuitywere months at Hue Phu Bai, Republic paddies to help contribute to jackets Inn with a program of
MOTORS&CYCLES in keeping with the highest of Vietnam.J their family's income. skits to be presented at the clubhouse -
traditions of the United States J The men also donated $200to later in the evening. Jax
Naval Service. a Catholic orphanage to pro- #86 will also observe its 20th
******** vide food, clothing and English birthday that evening..
COMPANY, INC. "Honor Class" from Aviation lessons for sisters. When the Reservations were handled by
4949 Blinding Ordnanceman (A) School in orphanage was first discoveredby Mrs. Paul St. Andre.
Class 706A. The 'Honor Class' the unit, they found that the
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from the Aviation Electrician's kitchen was located in the same

": Mate (A) ,School Is. '01A.F.r room as a:pigpen. A'new'kitchen, .THE ORIGINAL!
-' was constructed. by' the Seabees
yoir ioitiig Nids'lalet .. and plan were made to constructa
i k "j pov A dining room.A THE AUTHENTIC!

Marina sewing machine was also ob-
tamed for the orphanage! one TAPERED UNDERWEAR
SALES and ,SERVICE for was given to a local widow with ? by
r five children whose husband was
Mercury and MerCruiser killed in a bombing. t r ,: ; t f Q4F

When asked his opinion of his
tour: In Vietnam he said "It

Thomas F. JohnsonThe was the most significant exper- ,
Seabee's primary function ience that I've ever had. He 4 xEJ
M
rl cwd aF was to construct camp facilities added, "There was a need anda r
'Zd Marine barracks and job to do, and in performingthis
gallies. Within an eight-month job we were received well
EXPERT REPAIR SHOP period 1,000 huts (barracks by all the troops." tk'
housing approximately 15 men), The chaplain remarked, "I
HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK 264-9S35 five gallies and a library camp think the troops are the greatestand
with. a church were constructed. the young men are doing an
His duties as chaplain consis- outstanding job. I was proud to
ted of conducting four Sunday serve with them, and only wishI 'o :ata pia I .
services for his own unit and could meet them in a different jj rr0l.p

SAYINGS others, providing ministerial situation.
D D counsel, and conducting study When I see a 19-year old
youth' who is so often immaturein

SALE!! groups.Although his primary duty was the ways of the world drivea to

to serve his unit, he extendedthe large earth moving vehicle
spirit of brotherhood to the or see a young Marine squad + ) / s r fiveyou
villagers of Hue Phu Bai leader maneuver his men with ( *
65 CHEVROLET 2DR. .$1195 64 OLDS 4 DR.$1495 Dong concern and skill, I feel .1.-
Bel Air 6 Auto/trans., Ha and villages bordering Laos. very
cyl. Hardtop, Factory Air., Auto/ proud. I only wish the criticsof '
R G H. .. that trim
trans., Power steering, Power The civic action program established today's American could
youth
brakes, R & H. sick-call three timesa :
66 CHEVROLET 4 DR. .$1395V see the caliber of men they are athleticlook
8, Straight Stick, R & H. 64 IMPALA 4 DR. .$1295 week in two villages, distri criticizing." p

Hardtop, V .. 8., Auto/tranr.,
64 OLDS F .. 85, 4 DR. .$995 Power steering, Power brakes, .a.::.,:;' ?*
V .. 8, Straight Stick, R & H. R& H. tADIOCOIJNICATIS II4M r
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64 FORD 2 DR.$1295 65 CORVAIR MONZA. .$1195
Fastback, V 8, Straight SUck Sport Coupe, 4 .. speed trans., "*W 4FOWKES ** >*
.Power steering Power brakes, R & H. $ ; : : } ::11MW

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6 cyl., Straight stick, R & H.
R & H., Solid Red HHU '
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an employee is promotedto
Employees AdvancedBy a temporary position that pays
more than his'regular job, is be f
entitled to withln-grade increase -
Merit PromotionThe in the temporary job?
The Comptroller General and the
Civil Service Commission say

following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted In yes.And
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: CAPT. J. D. SMALL when employee returnsto
the Navy's downtown supervisor of ship- his regular job, can he count
Naval Air Rework Facility building, conversion and repair recently presented, ((1 r), the time spent in a temporary,
A. L. Wilchar, L Milman, Z. L. Qarke, L A. Sandersand and J. A. higher grade against his waiting
Thompson, Jack E. to: Industrial Technician GS-7 Nemeth certificates of
Engineering completion for a home study course in- time for the next In-grade increase -
Donnelly, James E., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 volving fundamentals of supervision for Navy civilians Absent, In his regular job? Again, r
Kronholm. Robert L., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 but also qualifying were L. H. Boyd, D. J. Lennox, and W. E. the answer Is yes.
Back, Leo F. to: Industrial Mitchell.
Engineering Technidan, GS-7
In such
situation
a. the
Markle, Louis R. J., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7
Miller, Richard J., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 1,11'ils for employee Is serving two waiting
Open Application periods simultaneously; one in
Doering, John E. to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-5
his
regular position from which
. Aldridge, David H., to: Industral Engineering Technician, GS-5 he
Bacmeister, Theodore W. Industrial The' following Merit Promo- was temporarily promoted,
to: Engineering Technician,GS-7 Applications for the positions and one In the position to which
Robinson, Joe A., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-5 tion Bulletins are open for should be filed with the Industrial he Is temporarily
Leath, Donald M., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-5 receipt of applications. The area : Relations Department of promoted.
Young, Howard L., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 of competition and closing date the Jacksonville,Fla. 32212. ttii il tie
Zwahlen, Edward K., to: Industrial Engineering Technician GS-5 for receipt of applications fol-, For further information see the ejl r1cJnVuan
Weppleman, Charles J., to: Industrial Engineering TechnicianGS-7 lows: copies of the bulletins, or call
Kulakowski,John S. Jr., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 MPB No. 55 67 Engineer Ext. 684, Recruiting and Ex-
Tenly, Edmond D. Jr., to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 (Civil), GS 9 11 Area aming Branch, Industrial Re-
Scott, Burton E.. to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 of consideration Nationwide. lations Department, NAS, Jacksonville -
Gibbs, James F. to: Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-7 Applications will be accepted Fla.Record.
Godfrey, Gene B. to: Airframes Mechanic through the close of business 1n !
Number !
Fulmer, Eugene F. to: Aircraft Engine Mechanic (Test) May 22.MPB. :
I Cappiello, John J. to: Aircraft Engine Mechanic (Test) No. 63 67 ArchitectGS File for Jobsrecord'
Brown, Floyd L. Jr., to: Aircraft Instrument Mechanic 9 or 11 Area of com Juan at
. Groves, Eugene E. to: Electronics Technician petition Nationwide.Aplications A number of summer Phone 384. 4416
Mcentee, Lawrence M. to: Aircraft Engine Mechanic (Test) will be accepted through the closeof employment candidates filed for
Pennington, Donald M. to: Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) business June 6. the office and Science Assistant 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Sigurnjak, Glenn J. to: Aircraft Engine Mechanic (Test) MPB No. 64 67 Mechanical examination this year. Of the Garden with Type Apartments Club
Breda, Anthony to: Aircraft Quality* /control Specialist, GS-9 Engineer ( Utilities) GS- 207,000 who applied,151,000 have Atmosphere Country
Lomax, Ronald R. to: Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Electrician) 9, or 11 Area of competition been tested, and to date there .Kitchens equipped' with G-E
Bunton, Keith L. to: Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Metalsmith) Nationwide. Applications will be are 111.000 eligibles.For Ranges & Refrigerators'
Brinkman, Henry A. to: Student Trainee(Aerospace EngineerGS-4) accepted through the close of the Postal Seasonal Assistant Individual' Air' Conditioning'
Stevens, Orlando J. to: Bearing Reconditioner business June 6. examination, there were 180, and Heating by G E
Romero, Waldo E. 'to: Aircraft Examiner (Electronics Mechanic) MPB No. 68 67 Computer 000 applicants. Results of the Drapes furnished
Wernet, Henry J. to: Aircraft Examiner (Electronics Mechanic) Programmer, GS 9 and 11Areaof tests conducted February 25 and Wall to wall Carpeting and
competition All sourcesof March 4 have not yet been an- Large Swimming' Pool
Public/ Works Department nounced.

Higganbotham,Viola W., to: Office Services Supervisor, GS-6 competition Atlanta Region.
Brown, Oliver L., to: Inspector, Automotive Repair Applications will be accepted
through the close of business
1
; Supply Department ,( May 8.MPB.

Wilson, Aubrey F. Jr., to: Ouarterman, Stockman '. No.' 70 67 Admin- VISITCLAUDE
Phillips, William D., to: Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-10, ,,,,, istrative Assistant, GS '- 5, 7,
'Irwin, Charles.C. to:,, nagement.rechniclan,GSr9: ., ',!,... ",.> w 1)9), or 11 ,Area tcompetitipn-.> 1
See fried, Kenneth J., to: Management Technician, GS-9 ,.>... All sources tin' the Sixth'Naval"
Adams,.Ruby W., to: Management Technician, GS-9 District. Applications will be NOLAN
Abenethy William M. Jr., 'to' : Management Technician, GS-9 accepted through the close. of
McCreight,Joe C., to: Management Technician, GS-9 business May 10. .
Berg, George c., to: Supervisory Supply Clerk, GS-3 MPB No. 71-67 Aircraft
McLaughlin, Thomas E,, to: Supervisory Supply Clerk, GS-3 Instrument Worker- Area of CADILLAC A, PONTIAC
competition Naval Air Rework
Industrial Relations Department Facility. 'Applications will be MAIN AT ORANGE
accepted through the close of business -
Booker, Willie Ann, to: Clerk-Stenographer, GS-4 May 25.NAVHOSP OPEN MON THRU SAT UNtJt 8 *M

t1-.n: '- 3 27 Medical
Navy Finance Office Records Librarian, GS 9 -
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PHONE EL 3-3922.
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Area of competition Naval
Singleton, Anhurmae, to: Voucher Examiner GS 4. :>; ,...'
.. ,;i'i'!, Hospital only. Applications will
( .' ,
be accepted through the close
,.. Comptroller. .' ,
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,.. ? > ? < of business May 4.
; Seablom, Alfred C. Jr., to: Systems Accountant, GS-11 With the exception of MPB No.
r; Stillanow, John T., to: Cost Accountant, GS9CanYou 70 67 for Administrative
Assistant, GS 5, 7, 9 .or 11
for which applications will be
accepted from all qualified and

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t C Ceremony, Opens Candlelight. --S__J_ -! r --- 'r-1 ________- ..


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\ Overlooking the rolling 10th Howard D. Rutledge, staff put a lot of time and effort into everything\ was perfect. My)wife _
fairway of the station golf courseis assistant of the Navy Exchange, this project, the result being the and I plan to head back to the ;''t
tI the base's' elegant new Candlelight ] commented, "To methe, excite plushest club on the East Coast. club many times in the future." _
- Club. ment throughout our organization Candlelight Manager r Charles Mrs. Kavalow added, ""No
Capt. Martin ]J. Stack, NAS came to a peak Friday when the Meyer explained the club will be words to describe it. It Is just *
commanding officer and Petty new Candlelight Club opened... The open daily from 8 a.m. to mid- beautiful, the food deicious) and Thrt :
Officer .and Mrs. Robert E. Dah- service .and the food leave night.. Entertainment features Include the service Is excellent.
: mer cut the traditional ribbon nothing\ to be desired." dance music Wednesday The new Candlelight Club is a I
\ Friday afternoon to officially The club's' Polynesian atmosphere through Saturday evenings and a unique facility in the Navy Resale
\ open the new club. is highlighted by imported pianist or organist from Sunday Program. It is the source of jfj
for himself and his carved of deities from 7:30 in elegance the -
Speaking\ statues pagan through Tuesday : to pride among personnel
: wife, Petty Officer Dahmer said, that greet oncoming diners. 11:30: p.m. of Naval Air Station,]Jacksonville : I -- ..f I ...
"We both thought that it was very Small fountains and thick carpeting The club can accomodate 175 and a model for future 4 -
nice and believe there should bea \ also add to the club's' elegance patrons and will feature nine facilities for the entire Navy.It ______ --J--
club> like it at every base. through the efforts of interior different main dishes. provides the flavor of elegance -
Dahmer added, "In my eight decorator Charles R.Meyer The large gathering of invited at servicemen's' prices.
}years' in the Navy, this is the manager of Navy Exchange guests Friday evening were Impressed The site adjacent to the golf 1"" .
most exclusive club I have ever Layout and Display, and by the club's' atmos- course was chosen to providethe _J
seen,ItThe Lt. (jg) Thomas W. Bauman, phere, cuisine and service. u dual role of serving\ golfersas ___
ribbon-cutting'ceremonies' assistant exchange officer, who A.A. Araneo, director of Ser well as all hands and anyone -:
brought to fruition four monthsof coordinated construction with the vices Merchandise Division of the entitled to Navy Exchange food i iTHE:"t \.}
construction efforts to provide contractors, and aided in buying Navy Ships Store commented, facilities during daytime hours THE ELEGANT HEW CANDLELIGHT CLUB:overlooks' the 10th fairway/ ,the station golf course.
( a quality supper club for enlisted and! installing\ of Interior fixtures. 4"the' Candlelight Club is the finest ((8 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and then, t', ,
.,: personnel aboard the air station. Lt. Bauman stated, "We have'Last facility of its type In the world- beginning\ at 6 p.m., to serve .
wide Navy resale program from primarily as a supper club (for :.... ...,,;.,.,.;,\ ," .:tt; "
Bangkok, Thailand to Akre, Tur- enlisted couples who desire the '
Oak Hill
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ENLISTED'couple to enter the
FIRST' new
key. best in cuisine and atmosphere.Coats
Petty Officer Lawrence Kava- and ties will be the evening\ and Mrs. Robert E. Dahmer assist Capt Martin; J. Stack,. -
low said.*, "Outstanding and. attire for dining and dancing. er, during the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony to Center

week -- Friday evening. \' 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
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a photographer who graduated to an THE CHEF STAFF for the new club can prepare nine different i fr. '
main expensive Japanese camera.to 1
CAPT. MARTIN J. STACK pins a corsage on Mrs. Robert ,
looks 11
a wife who missed the driveway and on.
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whose husband$ would miss the fender. Photos by ,f,,..l'.. 3592895's
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Judy Andersen ", .
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MID-ttiil d Have Uniform; Will Travel I IBy


Jan Mercur/o/ I

CITYJAX'S A student attached to the uniform was again packed away.It .
NATTC Aviation ElectriciansMate stayed packed away until
NIWESTCHRYSLIR.N.YMOUTH School here is wearing a 1961 when DeMasters organized
uniform three years older than a squad of war veterans to
DCAltft" he is, has crisscrossed the country participate in a parade markingthe
traveled halfway around the rededicatIon of the Lib-
't"ka Ak ra world during World War n, has erty Memorial in Kansas City.
LET YOUR OLD been worn by the groom of two DeMasters father wore' the ,
CAR MAKE THE weddings and has been in a parade uniform in the parade.
DOWN for the rededication of Following the parade the uniform -
PAYMENT the Liberty Memorial at Kan- was once again packed aStephen -

Timothy L. Harris Is congratulated upon his commissioning sas The City student Mo. is Stephen De-

,I through the AVROC, by his father, George V. (right), attached Masters The Uniform was first

to VA 774 at Cecil Field, as Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, NAR- issued to his father James B.,
CHEVY. IMPALA TU CO looks on. in 1942. cs sry;t
Hard/top.. White, Red Inferior While belonging to DeMasters ?
V/8. P. C., R & H Health Notes The board's Accident Pre- Sr., a seabee during World WarII
One Owner. 51111 vention Program (P.O. Box 210 the uniform was ''wornto
Parents planning motor trips Jacksonville 32201), has a the Hollywood canteen wherehe
this summer should learn whatto limited number of pamphlets met Hedy Lamarr who was t
look for in ,swimming pools available on request titled "How hostess at the canteen that night.
before allowing their, children to Safe Are Motel Pools?" It advises He wore the same uniform on
62 FORD XL CPE. V/8 use them says the State Boardof "always walk never run, the dance floor at the Hollywood
Automatic, Power steer Health.A on the pool deck; don't engagein Paladium where
Tommy Dorsey
Cond.ing, Power brakes Air government study found that horseplay such as ducking was playing.When .
Perfect tlia 53 persons drowned in motel pushing false cries for help it was time for De-
pools across the United States in stay in shallow water if you Masters to ship out for overseas
1965 because of (1)) an absenseof aren't a good swimmer never, duty the uniform was neatly
adequate protective barriers swim alone; avoid trying to packed at the bottom of his sea-
E 3 (2)) absense of lifeguards or qualified show how strong you are or bag where it stayed for most of
FORD 500" GAL- adult supervisors; ((3)) disregard how well you can swim under three After
AXIE, V/8, Auto., PS., of rules of good conduct water; don't get tired; know the the next years. and
R & H., Real Nice. doing a tour overseas
and:! ((4)) not teaching youngsters limits of your swimming visiting places like Caledonia

sl13 drowning!! prevention _._ abilities. Guadalcanal Rendova:! in the Solo-
mon Islands and leave in New .It:
-' Zealand DeMasters returned to DeMasters shows uniform
the states and was back in San that he feels "very proud"
'42 VALIANT Francisco where he stayed until to wear.

2 DR., Hard Top V, Auto 200, the end of the war. The event way until early this year when
R & H., Real Clean. that stands out among all. was young' Stephen DeMasters join-
married Collen
when DeMasters
ed the Navy. While on leave after -
$7M Simon while on leave in 1944
boot the De-
camp younger
the uniform.At .
again wearing Masters remarked that he neededan
the end of war. DeMasters
t r extra uniform so once again
x eager to don his civilian
the uniform was pulled out.
clothes the uniform
packed
PLYMOUTH SAVOY Young DeMasters wore his uniform -
Sedan ..,... away and seven years later it
6 cyl., Auto.. .< for the first time when his
R & H., Air Cond. : #i" 't" was put back in duty when a
A Real
brother Tom bap-
1": younger was
Buy, neighborhood youth Jack Van
5111IMPERIAL .::. tized at Overland:! Park Christian
Hercke joined the Navy and:! used
Church and again when he reported -
CWO William'/ / E. Knepp, MARTD adjutant/ was promoted; :to his the The uniform uniform as then an extra.did a tour: of aboard to NATTCs Avia-

,present rank during/ a, ceremony: ::ftere. Mr. Knepp Is gettlngfan duty* in the Pacific, on a destroyer tion Electricians Mate School.
12 LE- asslt with his new bars 'from his wife, Helen, and Lt. Col. L. that visited Hawaii ', the When asked how he felt wearing
BARON 4 dr., Fully E. Loveffe, commanding officer of the Marine unit. Phillipines Taiwan Japan, his fathers uniform 'there was
hesitation when he answered,
equipped. One Owner Korea Guam and Wake Island.In no
"
.. Solid Blk. Special Price. 1955 the uniform was again "Very proud.

SUM r ,, worn by the groom of the wedding boys There who are two more DeMasters
are potential sail-
when Van Hercke married a California o ..
girl in Gardena.In .
1956 Van Hercke was discharged -
'61 IMPERIAL CROWN t t tt from the Navy and the

Sedan Air Cond., Fully
Equipped R & H., Excel- REfl1 ES11(
lent Cond.

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JAX NEWS/AFTERBtiRNER( Page 9

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MoviesMOVIES 'Club Schedules 1

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: : ;
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will be shown regularly -' NASJAX
at the NAS JAX Theatreat IR_:

6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru "0" CLUB
Saturday. There will also'be a
matinee at''2 p.m. on Saturdays Tonight the Beefeater's buffet will be available from 6 until 9 p.m.
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- Tomorrow, following Happy Hour, the BUD CLARK COMBO:: will
Ads should be mailed U the Holt Publishing -
entertain Company
until ,
pital Theatre will have one weekly midnight. Saturday night dance music will be provided Blvd Florida
by JOHNNY JELINEK. 1950Bldnding Jacksonville, 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field food this week. Tuesday. foreign dish night features French not later l than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs*
will have two' shows during the day Adi arriving too l late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30 and 8 n-m. Mat- CPO CLUB following week unless the publisher is instructed other
inees will be shown on week- PHIL CAY will be U the star entertainer wise. A check or money order for the full cost of.,the ad must
tomorrow evening. Saturday be received WITH the for the ad.
2 and 5 copy
ends at
p.m.THURSDAY MARK
liven
S I112Lwi11 things UP a bit, with JOHNNY
May 4 ARNOLD and his floor show to appear on Sunday. DO NOT SEND CASH

BLUEJA CKETS INN RATE: Minimum charg. ((3 lines). ,. . '. ', .2.00
NAS: "JOHNNY TIGER" with Per additional (in. ((4 words per line). . .oisO
Robert Taylor and Geraldine MARCH WILSON'S RED COATS will entertain both this eveningand
Brooks. ((110 min.) tomorrow night. THE CHANCES are scheduled to play on
HOSPITAL: "VON RYAN'S EX Saturday afternoon and will be followed by PHIL CAY, who will supply GOING ON LEAVE?TRANSFER? RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR,
PRESS" with Frank Sinatra and dance music until 1 a.m. Sunday the CHANCES will return for We may have a car for your 2B, fame rm. cent. heat, corn-
Trevor Howard. ((125 min.) another afternoon and will turn the spotlight over to the REDCOATS. destination all gas and'oil paid- er lot, fenced yard, like neW-
C. FIELD: "MUNSTER GO The 16TEENS supply a change of pace on Monday from 8 p.m. call or write for information. DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771 -
HOME" with Fred Gwynne and til midnight. THE FORMATIONS will create the beat on Tuesday. Future reservations accepted., 0374 or 771 7874. '
Yvonne De Carlo. ((104 min.) "BINGO" will be the password on Wednesday from 7 p.m. until 9 561 Northeast 79th St. Rm 226.
5 p. m., to be followed by THE CRESCENDOS who will play until :Miami, Fla. 305 758 7133. BRAND NEW ZIG ZAGS
FRIDAY May '
midnight. Sewing machines that have never
NAS *'111ETE 1 ICAN'" DIAL 0 MATIC been used.$39 cash or$5 a month. _
: ; with

Crawford.Audie MurphSf/ahd' Broderick All Servicemen are' WELCOME to the ,in Nice console.1967 ZIG Makes ZAG button- 388 PUBLIC- 2541 WHOLESALE 2362 Blandlng Blvd.CO..
((98 min.)
holes at Cassat.
HOSPITAL "JOHNNY TIGER" blindhem, monograms &
:
with Robert Taylor and Geral- Lutheran Service Center fancy stitches.. $36 cash or $5 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
mo. .J948 Blandlng Blvd. at ,House & Apts. Equity, VA &.
dine Brooks.
((110 min.)
C. FIELD: "VON RYAN'S EX- ::/l aiome J'UYJI/ronl! [cKome San Juan Open 9 9 & FHA resales $50 & $100 down.

PRESS" with Frank Sinatra e:::::::;:;:::;:;&:;&;;:&;;;&; 19 W. FORSYTH STREET' 'o Sunday 3881551.. Call Powell. or Mills USN/Ret.,
and Trevor Howard. ((125 min.) (:;:; :::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: JAX SEWING CENtERFOR 264-2411. Orange Park Realty.

SATURDAY May 6 Ping Pong POOL TABLES RENT: 2B HOUSE COMPo FOR SALE -3BEDROOMHOUSENice
ShuffleboardT
... Furn., Air cond., Lg Yd. Orange shade trees Approx 2
.
V Mon. thru Thurs. acres. $13,500. 5747 La Moya
NAS "OUT OF SIGHT" with ::: Park. Will rent to TAD Per-
: Radio 4,rRtcord :::' 6:00 P.M. to 11.00 P.M. sonnel or Bachelors2646884. Ave Jax. Phone2843681GreenCove
Jonathan Daly and Karen Jensen.
PloytrCounselling :s), Springs.
(95 min.) Friday TOUCH AND SEW SINGER WITH
HOSPITAL: "THE TEXICAN"with :ti5*:: 6.00 P.M. to 12 Midnight beautiful 4-drawer walnut desk. REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
Pastor available when :
Audie Murphy and Broderick you Saturday Original cost-$510,balance$180or SOLVED WITHOUT OBLIGAT -
Crawford. ((98 min.) want and n..d ont .:.:.: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight $10 a month. oN. Homes for $50 and $100

C. FIELD: "JOHNNY TIGER" Rtcreatlon ::: Sunday PUBLIC WHOLESALE CO, down, Rentals Acreage ,,in-
with Robert Taylor and Geral- Fellowship $::: 2.00 P.M. to 11((00 P.M. 388-2541 2362 Blanding Blvd.at vestments. We will build for you.
dine Brooks. ((110 min.) Cassat._ Bowen Real Estate, Realtor.
WALTER T. BOWEN USN Retired -
FOR RENT OR OPTION TO BUY
7 '
SUNDAY, May / 384 1376
6 BR, 2B, spIt. level home,
NAS: "RIDE VAQUERA" with Fla. Rm Dbl. grg, patio, cent. ((3)) SINGERS $25 .
Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner and MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll heat, AC, water front w dbl SEWING MACHINES $25 Each
, and Anthony Quinn.((91 min.) boat slip, ,lot 950'x75' $200 mo. Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.
;.: HOSPITAL: "OUT OF SIGHT" Ranks, -, All Ages incl tax & ins., After 4 p.m. Good condition. Does everythin
with Jonathan Daly and ,Karen .,. I RATES-\ wk days all day Sat & Sun '- complete' "with attachments.
Jensen. ((95 min.) lOW b '771-3908'' or all ''day wk days Yours forthe'storage:durge
C. FIELD: "THE TEXICAN"with 7689900._ only $25. Call 353 19461 f'any-
Audie Murphy and Broder- EASY MONTHLY FOR RENT-4345 TIMUQUANA time. Ask for Warehouse. Will
rick Crawford. ,((98 min.) Rd. $125 mo. elec. range 2 BR, deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main
sep. D/R half block to Venetia Street. .. ..
MONDAY, May 8 PAYMENTS school, &Venetia Shopping Cent. A-l SEWING MACHINE CO.

264-4361 afternoons._ '62 COMET 2 DR. $545.
NAS: "ERRAND BOY" with
Jerry Lewis and Brain Donlevy. McDOUGALL'S FURNISHED APT.-LAKE SHORE '60 Chev. Nomad Sta Wag. Air
Small, clean, utilities furn. Cond. $545
min. - - -
((92 )
HOSPITAL: "RIDE VAQUERA"with Couple or with infant. $50 mo. '63 Renault Dauphine 4 Dr $475

Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner INSURANCE AGENCY 389-4275_ '56 Chev. 4DR. V-8 a/t $345
and Anthony Quinn. ((91 min.) FOR SALE: ENCLOSED POOL '57 Porsche Speedster $695
C. FIELD: OUT OF SIGHT"with 6479 RMsmlt IM. 318-77* Corner lot, 3 BR, 2 B, sep. DR, ASTRO MOTORS INC.

Jonathan Daly and Karen "...:. Cent. Cond., grg. 771-8672. 6566 Normandy Blvd. 781-4978
Jensen., ((95 min.) Call Us Anytime "
WANTED: USED 55, 56, OR FOR SALE 67 HONDA 90"less

TUESDAY, May 9 '57 Chevy Standard Tra.os.771- 700 mi., new warranty',
1629. $40 dwn. take over pymts. 264-

NAS: "WEREWOLF IN A GIRLS .. .0 4297.
DORMITORY" with Barbara { FOR RENT FURN. APT.
Lass and Carl Schell. ((89 min.) r. Near NAS Jax and Cecil. 2BR

HOSPITAL: "ERRAND BOY" Joseppi'sTRY ; : Fenced yd., swim pool, $75.
with Jerry Lewis and Brian Don- 7710348.
-
levy. (92 min.) FOR SALE: 1 TUBE CADDY
C. FIELD: "RIDE VAQUERA"with MAMA LEORA'S assorted spare pans. 1 guitar
.
Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner SPECIAL & amplifier, 1 home draught .
and Anthony 'Oufnn.! ((91 mni.) Tomato & Cheese beer cooler. Call 389 3502.

PIZZA 125 FOR SALE-1966 ALFA ROMEO
WEDNESDAY Y, ,May 70
\ All You Can Eat G.T. Sprint. Excel cond. Low
mileage, Many extras.3841483.
NAS: "QUILLER MEMORAN- Pizza/ Spaghetti Lasagna

DUM" with George Segal, Alec for a New Or Used Car? Steaks Sandwiches/ / '
62 PLYMOUTH 2DR STD
SHIFT
Guinness and Senta Bergen. ((105 BeerWine
min.) SUN thru THURS Reliable trans. Good Tires. $250
Let help with Cash. Cecil Ext. 8310.
us you 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. I

t. FRI and SAT

JFOR AUTO FINANCING.Lowest 5:00 p.m 2:00 a.m. Buy

Located 910 Kill st. ;

SALE Interest rate CARRY OUT ORDERS Bonds

:,., .Borrower.lnsurance PHONE EV 4-6666 <
5 $kr,' ......
63 C H EV .B udget fitting terms ..

V&TONPICKUP st WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
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,... ... .
/ '," "". .'.' ',.:,
AIR
Sf. ': 1 CONDITIONERS
,4 : sha: i
.,... ",r.7 .. ,"" ,
,; f NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

;r NEW & USED TV SETS
65 CHEV
.h Muqedeiae
NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW

& TONPICK DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS

CREDIT liMON Freight Salvage/ Easy Credit Terms
UP Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse532 /

JAX HAS BLDG. J'I CECIL FIELD BLOC. 26
1.1384. '1910S.,. ed..6507 Sf '.)1", Et. 205
Call 264-4525 Hours Men. Fri 9:30.1:30 flown Man. Fd./:30.300 W..e..II.I'II.1t 103rM 7710750r
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BOWLING : Comptrollers I

CECIL

M.nu Early Season
M FIELD Wrap Up I

Needs Entries The "Spoilers" captured first
place in the Supply Comptroller r
Team entries for the Monday Bowling League and the "Hot t'
Early Intramural Bowling Leagueare Shots" took second place in bowling -
NAS competition that ended last
now being accepted at
Cecil Field's gym until May 10th HOLE-IN-ONE month. \
The league will play four 25 Teams Baffle Last Saturday, the following (
rounds of play. At the conclusionof Six On SixDriving members were presented trophies -
league play, a three game roll- and awards: Bill Vincentwas
off will be held among the For Softball LeadIn high average man with 199,
the ball 163 yards
,
champions of each league to while high average woman witha
Cdr. J. E. Jones (VA-174)) took
determine the NAS Cecil Field 152 was Carolyn Maas. Bob
champions. The team having the the number six hole with just last Thursday's game,VFP- Eaters from operations edged Maynard and Chris Eckert took
highest total pinfall in therolloff one stroke during intramural golf 62 downed Medical with a 17 VA 72's Blue Hawks bya socre the high series awards with a I
with handicap applied, play at NAS Cecil Field ,last 13 victory for the Fightin Foto of 9 8. Alexander struck out 648 and a 525. A husband and
will be declared the winner. Wednesday. team. Williams was nailed as the 14 men and was declared the wife team took the high game i
Starting time will be at 1715 Playing with Cdr. Vallencourt, winning pitcher while Petty,Biz winning pitcer. Merryman and scratch honors with Myron and
on Mondays. A meeting for all Lcdr.: B. Finh and Lt.B.Waples, and Miller drove in a home Hogan each collected two hits Marge Schnackenberg getting a ;
teams will be held at the station Cdr. Jones used a number six run for their team. In another for the Smoke Eaters.AMDADMIN's 246 and a 200. Chuck Ward was
bowling alley at 11:20 on May iron for his "hole in one". The game under the lights,VA 45's Bob Hunter high man with a handicap I
15th. For more information call number six hole has a par three Blackbirds drove the Marines was hot once again with a 11- getting game a 257. The awards for
ext. 498. for the hole. back to their barracks with a 4 victory for the AMDADMINboys. the best woman bowler went to r
21 10 victory. Rogers was the Weapons was undecided Winnie Deville with a 241. Al I
winning pitcher and the only about their pitchers putting out Tanner came through with a 647
bat home Also three of their before the
one to a run. men with handi-
for Hi Series man a
NOW THERE ARE Thursday at 5:30 p.m. VC 4 game ended. cap. Betty WolfL.}crapped up the
came up with a 72 score over Supply bowed out to VC 4 woman's high series with a handi-
NAMTD. Reid wasVC's winning also Monday evening. with Reid
608.
by out a
putting
TWO WAYS TO FLY pitcher.In the winning pitcher once againin cap
Monday's action the Smoke a 9-7 game. In-Scrvie VSTemChsn



_
Air Force took the top honors
for the Interservice volleyball
e championship on April 27th at
Fort Leonard Wood's Nutter
jJJ: IL Fieldhouse.
Air Force walked away with a
5-1 record. Marines had a 4-2
on the books to put them in the
second spot. A 2-4 record put
Navy third on the list while Army
came in last with a 1-5. The
championship was based on the
} x highest number of matches won
in the three day tournament.In .
HASTE MAKES WASTE. .VC 4's B. C. Sloane/ swings the Armed Forces Team

early during, a game Monday against Supply. (Arrow Indicates chosen, Air Force has five
ball I) players Army one, Navy two
and Marines four. The Armed
Forces Coach will be a member
.. .: 4 By Popular Demand! of the Air Force,while the trainer
+ and officer In charge will be
CONTINUING THRU made up of two Navy personnel.The .
Forces Team will
Armed
THE MONTH OF MAY
S play the AAU National Championship -
A new discount rate is now available to military travelerson May 29th and 30th at Detroit,
leave. Many Airlines are offering confirmed'reservations Fried SHRIMP Dinner' Mich. They will also play in the
at 2/3 normal fare in addition to the 1/2 fare standby: rates. USVBA National Championship
This reserved ,seat fare is subject to certain restrictions. ALL YOU CAN EAT! which starts on May 3rd. .

IMPORTANT! In order to travel at reduced rates you must 6HD Rifle Aid Pistol
obtain Form DD 1580 before purchasing your ticket. This can 3438 BLANDING BLVD.
be obtained from your Personnel Office as soon as your' leave HE11 at Cedar River Mitch Now Ii Sessiei
has been authorized. a
The Sixth Naval District Rifle
Stop in at the AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE (JAMTO) for it 7715581OPEN and Pistol Championship matches
complete details.Bldg. 13, Main Gate Ext. 8377 or 387-2811 % for 1967 are now in full swimg
"' 0800 to 1700 Monday through Saturday .- At Mayport ft- OPEN DAILY 1':30'AM here at NAS Cecil Field.
, ,Bldg. T 24 every Thursday 0800 to 1500. The teams were welcomed a-
TAKE-OUT SERVICE board the station Monday Capt.U. .
L. Fretwell at the station
4 AIRLINES TRAFFIC theater. Tuesday the men practiced -
FRESH WATER CHANNEL CATFISH AND HL5HPUPPESMiiwii1 / / for both the individual and

... ... ... .. team championships. Wednesday
OFFICE I f I' I 1 I: 1-11. i, 1 '\ ( I \1\ .. shot for the
; progress the men
..1111'111:1: '\ .... 1'1' \11.... eB\\i; ." I" ..., H'14 I individual and team pistol
championships. Today Thurs-
day, the rifle -jrten.. are at Camp
'
Blandlng
Friday at 3:00 p.m. awards
will be presented to all winning
teams and Individuals. Members
of the 6ND' rifle and pistol teams .
will, also be named at this pre-
sentation. A barbeque at White-
y's Fish Camp is scheduled for
5:00 p.m. for all participants
in the shooting matches.
Next week is practice week
for the teams, then on to An-
naplis where they will compete -
with other pistol and rifle -,
teams for the National Cham
pionship.



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SoutheastGolf Tourney


I Opens 3 Day Run Wed' I


Temporarily postponed from Its usual March tee off date f 4t 2 0 'l.t44 #t4 III
4' because of previous course commitments and construction, the
( Fifth Annual Southeast Military Invitational Golf Tournament win
I be held on the naval air station links next Wednesday, Thursday
.. and Friday.
' The event, as its name implies, runner up teams in additionto
( is open to active, duty personnelof low, second and third medal- '
military installations in the CHIEFS MRS. OLIN CHANCE
southeastern states area. Each -ists.Additional tournament infor-
participating team will field mation is available through Frank
five men with the top four cards McCaffrey, athleticdirector.ext.
counting in the teams' score 585. He noted that of
at the end of each day's 18 hole afternoon Tuesday
I play. Play will be in accordancewith 18 teams have expressed -
USGA and locally modified intentions to enter the

:i I rules.Is Only permitted.one entry per command tournament. BEN AIR( :

I A yearly event here since Michigan Stadium, home of the
1963 when 36 holes were play- University of Michigan Wolver-
' ed, the tournament'sbiggestyearwas ines is the largest university- -
1965 when 128 golfers representing owned structure used solely for
I 26 teams were en- football in the world. Its seating
, tered. capacity is 101,001.

Last year, the Jax Navy team
.
carded a 929 ,' in medal playto .
emerge winners over 21 SIDEWALKS/
i- S STREET LIGHTS
teams and 101 '''payers.:
'.,,,, CURBING Awards will be presented fol-
ar
lowing the final day of play to :;; A STORM SEWERS
members of the winnlna and COMMUNITY WATER d
r
M CIVIC CENTER
Intramural .
.RI' MODERN ELEMENTARY
Softball SCHOOL

VdS .CHURCH and SHOPPING
Following is a schedule of CENTER
upcoming games in the NAS intramural ;" IN THE
Softball program: i DEVELOPMENT8BEAUTIFUL
Today (National League) r. w, ,. "_;
5 p.m.Mackroth: Field,FAE- "' S' WOODED
TU versus MARTD LOTS
7:30 p.m. Mackroth Field,
Aircraft Maint. versus Comm.
5 p.m. Enterprise Field,
VW 4 versus NARTU
5 p.m. Hospital Field,
VP 30 versus VP-45 Y? s

7:30 Hospital Field, Air Ops, .3 BEDROOMS


,Monday versus Admin.( American League,), 5'z 5'w 5'R r ft,\'.2,BATHS.;:..10..1'T .., S. S

5 p.m. Mackroth Field,Wea; BUILT-
poneers,versus Afees KITCHENS x'.,
7:30: p.m. Mackroth Field,
COMFAIRJAX versus Hosp. BREAKFAST
,
5 p.m. Enterprise Field,
VAP 62 versus Dispensary NOOK I"

5 p.m. Hospital Field,FAW- fY13 WITH BOOTH r '
11 versus 679th
4 n
7:30 p.m. Hospital Field, '+Y1 '
Navy Rework Fac. versus Ma- SPACIOUSENTRANCE S

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WITH 2 ROOMY
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PANELED FAMILY ROOM

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needed it. And .r_teed them 10<5%for th*repair or r.y lac.m.nt SEPARATE LIVING t.
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on In and doubt* check.
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66 VW SEDANS & SUNROOFS. .57595 .
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65 VW SEDANS. .57295
64 VW SEDANS. .$1095
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63 KARMAN GHIA CONVERTIBLE. .$1 195 THE BASES,
62 VW KARMAN GHIA COUPE. e J995 IN BEAUTIFULCLAY
63 VW SEDANS and'SUNR00_ .. \.'. .5995
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CHEVY NOVA STA. WAG. Air-57395 .

63 GRAND PRIX Loaded. . . 57495 FHA and VA TERMS!!
66 CORVAIR/ CORSA 2DR, HIT, 4 spd..51495
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By Lt. P. E. TMfcooW"
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This has been a busy week .has been changed around a bit races? This Is an excellent
for Navy Jacksonville Sailing for the remaining races. This place to gain boat handling experience -
Club members with races, ban- weekend', the races will be heldat as skipper or crew.If .
quets, panies and the blessingof the Rudder' Club in Orange
the fleet this past Sunday. Park. The following race (two you want to race, I'd suggest
As usual the ardent sailors weeks from Sunday will be at that you be at the clubhouse no
showed up at all the functions NJSC. How about'some of youbeginnets later than 11 p.m. to ensure that
providing a good dub showing. turning out for the you get a berth.
Of particular interest to the at WILSON
racing sailor was the talk given
by Dr. Stewart Walker at the A fr
Tri-Club Award Banquet at the x, & BLAND INGI
FYC on Friday evening. Dr.
Walker's talk wasIn effect; >
a short course on micro-meter- I H0HI 5P1-134!
ology, or how to figure out the .a 1"A
4 w +N
local wind conditions. He cited
several Instances where races
were won because of this "pre- Red Owens-USN Ret. Manager
4 .. race planning" and since he holds
several national and international 67 CAMERO 4 SP 327 . . .$2595R
trophies there must be something & H.
to it. A copy of the talk
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for your education. 4 Speea, R & H, Bucket seats, all leather interior
N A RECREATION DIRECTOR Frank McCaffery (Center) poses
red with Blk Vinal
with trophy and delegation of golfers that represented Jax Navyat top.
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Auto/trans. V/8 Power R & H Air
steering, ,
low the locals final 1152 was helped by Bob Watkins third in
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