Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any ,.,
military department. The appearance l of advertisements In this publication docs not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .,,



Cameras Packed; FBI Continues Probe ti

OH VAP-62 Mapping Heads JobNAS Into Bank Burglary .1.1I

Jax based VAP-62 has ;
packed up its cameras: and head- While some of the "whodunit" the downtown bank said it was Insured J.
ed to Latin America to under- talk is dying down aboard the by the bank Itself and not ,
take their annual photographic station federal agents are still the Federal Deposit Insurance ,
mapping services for a varietyof investigating the burglary of the Corp. since It did not belong to
Interested governments.Det Naval Air Station Branch of the depositors.The .
personnel departed in the Barnett First National Bank. money had been brought .'
late afternoon via C-141 "Star- The. theft occurred sometime the air station on Jan. 8 to handle ,
lifter** accompanying several ? between 6:00 p.m. Jan. 8, and the cashing of military paychecks ) '
of for + a riKSra 9:00 a.m. Jan 9 and the loss of the following morning. The bank
tons gear necessary independant supporting Koua5 $363,051.13 is said to be one of brought in more money after the '
in the field. roast 0 the largest ever recorded In burglary, causing only a slight
operations 10 3 Northeast Florida.Investigations delay in the cashing of the checks.
The field crews will be concerned iiuntra
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with mapping areas in reported entry FBI agents have sent fingerprints -
.. Latin and South America which .into the bank was gained through a of all bank employees to
have defied cartographic photography window in the back of the build- Washington. In this way the printsof
ing. The window screen was cut others -
for up to 20 years. Some unsuspected employees or
areas in Panama are covered along the bottom permitting the can be separated from any
thief -- thieves -- to cut the
with clouds almost year-round. + or others found. The FBI said that
glass and get to the lock. The no bank are missing.
clouds employees
Although are
some per- OPEN FOR BUSINESS--The Air Station Bank was back in window Is located In a Ushapedalcove f
mitted in aerial photographs The air station bank building .j,
flight crews strive i,>bring back business only a few hours after burglars cut a hole in the and hidden from view' of is a barracks-like asbestos
' absolutely perfect negatives. window (left insert) and made off with a record haul. the nearest street.A shingled structure. It is patrolled \
of "Inside
t Processing of exposed film is theory an job"arose by base police every half hour
completed immediately after when It was found that ap- nightly. The air station Is a com-

landing to speed analysis of the Survival Course Starts;,red parantly during none the of the theft locks had open-been pletely fenced and all persons entering ;
photography. Completed photo- or leaving must have pro- }
turned over togovem- tampered with except identification.. There were
graphs are
per \
of nations to All PersonnelIf lock. Three combination locks either
tnent agencies participating Open including the main vault, a safe no suspicious occurrances
in the project. Wednesday night or Thursday ;
inside the safe had to be opened
Last year some 2,800 flightline morning, a station spokesman ,
miles, representingmore' your Interested In learninghow Although used mainly as a refresher before the burglars could get the said. \
miles of covert to survive against the elements course for most, it can money. "
than 6,000 square -- ,of,nature..the, opportunityis also be a primary coursebecause, ,Bank...cashier, Lewis Perkins The Barnett FJrst: National ?, "
.. age VAP-62 was completed.flies the,Douglas..., RA- at hand for the next two weeks. it covers all phases of survival. discovered the theft whenhe went Bank of Jacksonville operates the '
The is fast and to the bank to prepare. for its Air Station branch through an arrangement '. .,,: J
3B "Skywarrior i ," twin-engine: Presently at N S.making their) course moving '. n .
aircraft capable of 'taking semi-annual apptfaVarice, 'is'the the final test homes "when It is 9:30 a.m. opening January'9.The .. with'the military and ;
jet the service is limited mostly to
actually'putIn money taken mostly.;
to was
with 12cameras si- Fleet Air Electronics Training necessary
photographs multaneously.A Unit" (F.AETU) survival training practice what was taught. No in $10 and $20 bills. Harold A. checking and savings accouftts i
team from Norfolk Va., written exam Is administered. Martin. senior vice-president ofSURVIVAL and check cashing.Division .,

Symphony Salute The two-day course offers Capt L.H.Thomas is the commanding .., .. ,....;/I"t:............"'. .. -'::' .':-, ,- ''''''-- 1':!.:.... .
officer>of the and :-". ; ', : ; .
classroom instruction in para- group ; : 'i
"A Salute To The Navy"is .
the ,
chute descent and rescue sea Cdr. H.G. Parker is depart- .-
the title of the concert survival, stresses and equipment ment head. Lt. R.F. Lambertson rr1 3
sponsored by the Jackson- life raft psychology, shark serves as division officer but A
ville Symphony Associationand sense marine hazards survival all instruction is given by four
will be presented at medical treatment emergencyuses Navy parachute riggers; Stan

8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. of parachutes cutting edges, Crowley, Ron Barcelona, Jim
28 at the Civic Auditorium. traps and snares, survival fish- Stahl and Del McGowan.
ticket prices are ing tips, water and food procure- Their next stop is Key West,
ment, and survival psychology.The Fla., and they will return to NAS
available from HAS Special course is mandatory for all Jax March 11 for two more

Services. The regular price pilots and aircrewmen on a 24- weeks.

seats of $S, $4, $3, and $2 month basis but Is also offered to ba

are on sale to 'military per- anyone, civilian or military, who -- INSIDE-
sonnel at half-price. is interested. The course con-
venes at 8 a.m. Monday and Wed-
nesday at the FAETU building. Editorials. ., .Page 2
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Club Schedules Page 2 y ;
; 1 .i ;

L -- Civil Service. .Page 5

Movies..Page 9
Ti a} ,, .

Want Ads. Page 9
TRAINING--Students of survival class ignite rescue 1

Sports. . Page II flares to simulate RescueAt-Sea procedures.


r 'Ii\Ij Korean Veteran Chosen December's Best I

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lf' Aviation Survival Equipmentman tenance officer, stated: "Meu- during the Korean War.
; 1'jfj' first Class Joseph R. Meu- nier's enthusiastic and cheerful While attached with the 2nd Ran-

nier of the Aircraft Maintenance attitude promotes good will and gers he was awarded the Silver
Department has been selected as understanding with all he comesin Star Bronze Star and Purple
NAS Serviceman of the Month contact with. His military behavior Heart for outstanding gallantryand
for December. His selection was and appearance is out- bravery."
announced this week followinga standing at all times. The aggressive Meunier resides with his wife
vote of staff officers. leadership and Initiativeof Jane and their two sons Mark
Petty Officer Meunier is assigned Meunier are indicated in the and Keven at 7594 Wendell Road
as a work center super- outstanding manner in which he Jacksonville.For .
visor for the parachute sectionof performs his duties."
the Aviators Equipment Division Cdr. Premo also stated that, his achievements PRI
lie is responsible for the uMe nier has continued throughout Meunier will be awarded a $10
y aaei, Inspection, repair and modification his eighteen years of serviceto gift certificate to the Candle-
ra, .of all parachutes and holds demonstrate complete dedication light Restaurant and one free
f r45..a the additional assignment of Collateral to his country and to the portrait at the Navy Exchange \
Duty Quality Assurance military service. lie served Portrait Shop, by the Navy Ex-
::: "chute" a letter or recommendation prior to entering the Navy. He tine for he and his family, spon-
Korean veteran packs the 2nd Ranger sored the USO.
attached to by
Chosen Man of the Month Cdr. M.C.Premo Aircraft Main- was


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January 16, 1969 I

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Editorial View Points v "IJ

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M, I ,fir,irif.x ( Impel/

r What's In A lfj.Lr ,
lINDA\ MASS ;JK1 I 11 a.m.\

t .i r_ DAY) MASS I ItO a.m.
Almost eve rYthin t; "'ith'hid1 )\'lI11'1\:" i in contjot i is e.t.Mly: identified t SATURDAY MASS 0 a.m,
by its nameshether it i it a {vrson, an object* jn idea, an jc. b t CONFESSIONS - r> p.m.-,
tion -- e\erything has a name. We have even gt\cn runic: to objects: [):'m p.m. & 7 pm.7U:\ ) p.m.
and places in the readies of space and the depths of the oceans so 1 TUESDAY
that they are more easily identified. Single Young Catholic Organization -
You as an: individual also have a mime\ by which you are called, - 7IU:\) p.ni.
paid identified, etc. Your name is your birthright and something\
of which to be proud. It must be guarded from tarnish whether by U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
deed or accusation.But .
,t. I iikv'j ( '
as members of the armed forces you also have another name. -J Impel'

You are known as Soldier, Airman. Marine or Sailor You are a A SUNDAY) MASS ---8OOa.m.
member of a "family" that 1 is easily identified by its profession and PROTESTANT

its uniforms and, because of these, you are easily recognized ina w- L SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00[ a.m.
crowd or a community.It .

.', I"it -: CHANGE IN COMMAND-Cdr. Herman C. Abelein (r) relievesCdr.
:: ',( John R. Farrell as commanding officer of VP-5, duringthe PROTESTANT

..rt;,,,,, :, .." "Mad Foxes" change of command ceremonies Monday. All (lillr':; (Impel
Fleet Air Wings, Atlantic
.. oJ.!.,., RAdm. Ralph Weymouth, commander
'?":' L _; ". Fleet was the guest speaker at the change of command, and
"f Capt. Walter W. Honour, commander, Fleet Air Wing II was one SUNDAY
r: ; of honor. a.m.
of the guests IBldg. *722

'. ,. ;. 't'... JliNIOROU'RCII' 10)
:)) .tr 1' --: ..i:.\ First Enlisttd Men Named to a.m.
J -- }Divine Wor>hip Sen'ice -1O 1.1\1.
: ... ; "
> )
ISldg. +
f l ; "t! Navy Relief Society board Junior Youth fellowship :5 p.m.
.- Bids. 'J7:;2.
'" 'tt
Jrp. P. children since it was WEDNESDAYSenior
\ first dependent
; Choir Rehear 7
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time in its 65-year history, the incorporated Jan. 23, 1904. Bid ii 750!
is because of this that you must guard your name -- both your Navy Relief Society has two enlisted Its principal aim is to make its THURSDAYJunior\' '
given family name and. your military name -- with care. Your con- men serving on its boardof financial and counseling services .
( Reliear.s-al: -- lp.m.
duct and your actions reflect upon you not only as an individual and managers.Representing. purely constructive. In many Choir i
as pan of the Smith, Brown Jones or Green family: but on you asa their respective cases, direct financial assistanceis Blcte. T 750;
Adult Club 7
member of the military "family" as well. services on the board are Master given to servicemen;inothers Young ; pm.
You are, in many cases, more closely watched than your civilian Chief of the Navy, Delbert where no monetary aid is needed, Bldg. ;750Giri'tian : ()
counterparts because yoq are pan of a profession or a group that is D. Black and Sergeant Major of the help sought may be for the Science Service 8:00
somewhat apart from the remainder of the population. the Marine Corps, Herbert J. services of a Navy Relief Nurse, p.m. Bldg. ';750r

You dress differently because you must wear uniform, your fam- Sweet, who assumed their new assistance with transportation, ----- --
ily life is often quite different because of transfers, overseas assign- duties in December. housing, government insurance, T
ments, working hours and the type of job you perform; and you Along with 21 other memberson pensions, allowances, communi- I
comprise a Aery small segment of our total population. the board, they will be discussing cations and other community re- Traffic j jj
Because of these and other differences and because you serve and voting on policies sources. I
the cause of patriotism, are noticed.
you the functions of the
For this reason, your every action and word must reflect credit Society regulating as ex-officio members.The Last year, the society made
upon you not only as an individual member of your own family, but board meets monthly at the 34,000 loans, 20,800 gratuitiesand j Violations IThe \
dealt with 50,200 -
as a member of the military family as well. Munitions Building in Washington. expendi-
Other members of the military community are judged by your Its policy decisions"affect ture-free cases involving family
words and actions, just as you are judged by theirs. Prudent speechand 53 auxiliary units' at naval Installations and personal advice and a sis-
action on the pan of every man and"oman' in uniform are in the United States tance. following' Is a report of

necessary so that at no, time, in any way, will the family name of and overseas. RAdm. Raymond P. Hunter, motor vehicle accidents and traf-
fic violations for the Dec.
Soldier Sailor, Marine or Airman be damaged. The Society has broadened its USN (Ret.) acting Society presi-
Just as you strive to keep your personal family named unblemished, 31 through Jan. 6.
scope aiding indigent dent, disclosed that 7,000'olun-
Number of,Accidents
do the same for your military family name. (AFPS) and of and
ows orphans Navy teers and 190 paid employees' This Week 4
Marine Corps personnel to offering administer the affairs of the
Total accidents this throughJan.

] Chaplain's Message I IT. college interest-free education program loans and for a Navy abroad.Relief Society here and Number. 6.of accidents year through 4

January 1968 . *. . 18.
Total number of days since last
..,. of Our Thus Club SchedulesBlue injury in a motor vehicle accident -


By C.E. Bartholomew, CHC Jackets Inn Champagne Dinner Special and Number of ViolationsThis
Week .
Tuesday is Steak Night.
Tonight enjoy the music of the Speeding 7
Says Eric Hotter in his book THE TEMPER OF OUR TIME: Rowe Brothers. Phil Cay will New entertainment features at Reckless Driving 1
"If one were to pick the chief trait which characterized the temperof be on stage tomorrow night. The the Officers Club includes "Jean Going through stop sign . 3
our time it would be impatience. Tomorrow has become a dirty Standard Production will be the At The Organ", Sundays, Tues- Other violations 23
word. The future is now and hope has turned into desire." entertainers Saturday and Sunday days and Thursday, from 6 to Fifty-three drivers appeared
There is a great deal of truth in this statement. Too often, much afternoon. The Crystal Cathedralwill 10 p.m. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
too often we listen to the cries of the advertising world "Buy be on stage Saturday eveningand FRA Ladies AuxiliaryUnit 126 Jan., 9. Disposition of the
now, pay later" to the end that many feel that society, the gov- the Dooms Day Refreshment cases included'the following: six
ernment, the community, the church owes them a living, that it is Committee will be under the Unit 126, Ladies Auxiliary lost driving and parking privil-
a ,God given right to have your dreams, hopes, desires whether lights Sunday evening. The Fleet Reserve Association will eges aboard station for various
they be marriage worldly goods, position, pleasure, salvation, or Camelots will be the music mak- sponsor a chili dinner Saturday periods; 13 were assigned to
what ever realized now without obligation ,or concern from ers Jan. 20, the Messangers of from 5 to 9 p.m., at the FRA complete an eight-hour course in
whence they came. the Mass, Jan. 21, and the Rowe Hall, 7673 Blanding Blvd. remedial driving; 19 received
However, the truth of the matter is that anything worth having, Brothers return Jan. 22. The menu will include chili, suspensions; 12 were given warnings -
costs somebody something. Man just simply cannot have his dreams, Two tatooed Go Go Girls, salad, tamales, coffee and tea.: ; 11 were dismissed;28 were
hopes, desires realized whether they be secular or religious Sandra and Ann Marie, will be Tickets and further informationcan fined (U.S. Commissioner); and
without their side companiqns of obligation, discipline, patience, the special attraction Sunday be obtained by contacting seven referred to commanding
and cost. Perhaps the, old adage, "Things wonh having are worth from 8 p.m. until midnight and the branch or unit activity chair- officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
waiting for," does after' all have: something to say to men of today. Monday through Friday from :3 man or call the FRA Hall at Thirty-four drivers were

until 6 p.m., and again from 8 7712126. assessed 83 traffic points.Paze .

until 1 p.m. CPO Club

Acey Deucy Club CPO Club menu specials are
=: Prime Rib Roast for $1.95 for 4

Tommy "C" will be the music Sunday, Fried chicken for $.95
maker tomorrow night and: Phil Tuesday, Rib Eye Steak for$1.35
Cook and the Chessmen will be Wednesday and pizzas for $.75
The is Civilian
JAX AIR NEWS a Enterprise Newspaper Thursday
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, on stage Saturday evening. Game evening. n nn
night is Sunday beginning at 6
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a U o at
p.m. followed by music by the i _
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR Five Clubs. A buffet dinner is FRANKLIN DROOSEVELT 1 '

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box served every day beginning at "More than an end to
2, NAS ]Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- 11 a.m. I we want an end to the war b ,
(cation.( News Items are welcomed from all sources Tele- ginning of all wars." Ad*

phone 772 3118 or 3119. Officers Club dress written for Jefferson

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Day Dinners Broadcast,
is "Beefeaters Night,
Tonight April 13, 1945. (
such should be directed
concerning to:
from 6 to 9 p.m. Tomorrow is Roosevelt died suddenly
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. the "European Cheese Tasting" April !2. at Warm Spring
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 night from :6 to 9:30 p.m. 'More Geot 'a.) ,
than 20 cheeses from Europe will

VOL. 26, NO. 41 JANUARY 16, 1969 be the speciality of the house. Buy,U"S, SavfngPoncfs,
Tickets are now on sale for $1per neWFreed
m Shares 'f :
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January 16, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER 'Page 3

44. Post-Season Bonus Is "
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Offered Florida GunnersBy Tpoa .i,.

William R. Burkett Jr. e ;4 .

The regular :: :
but don't ; : 1 \3 3I 3kT .
put up your decoys, and don't go burn your remaining __ ,
duck loads on empty beer bottles. Because It opens again today,
in restricted version, on the waters depicted in the map below.
(Courtesy of the Florida Game; and Fresh Water Fish! Commission.) \
"Tills Is an experimental thing," said Gordon Spratt, in the officeof I k kTHE
the commission's director In Tallahassee. "Duck bags could be
much more liberal than they are, if species hunting could be effectively -
practiced. There are plenty of bluebills. Enough for a M
very large harvest But when you add extra birds to the regular I
season' bag, hunters have a habit of killing extra ringnecks, for instance -
and ringnecks are critical."
The special "experiment" in game management continues through
sunset Jan. 31, is for scaup (bluebill and broadbill) only,,and calls
for a dally bag of five and a possession limit of twice( that.
The waters selected were chosen for their high preponderence of
SPOILER. .Is the. man
wintering scaup. According to a release from the commission: thereis
only chance of with the grin on the right,
a slight finding ,other species swinging to your
decoys. No blinds are permitted within 200 yards of any main Cdr. Edwin M. Crow, who'skippers
shoreline. Layout boats, sneak boats and offshore blinds are methods VA 174. The spoiled /
used. Some shooting will be done' from mangrove swamps in the I is Capt. Joe D. Adkins
designated areas. skipper until 10:30: a.m. yes-
Scaup drakes can be Identified by their black head and chest, and terday of VA 44 whose 1
white body. Hens are brown. The Cecil Field "Country Store, squadron had already built v
reports that It has bluebill decoys on sale. A quick glimpse of one the trophy case between the
of the decoys will give you a good idea of coloration placement and the two men to be the final
approximate size. resting place of this '
If it be idea this and take it with year.sCaptain's
you plan trip, might a good to clip awarded
Cup, by
you for reference. Good hunting I '
the Cecil skipper for top aggregate ----.f -
score In intramural
sports competitions. Counting
A Smyewrna t ".j }, chickens prior to hatching

Beach 0 proved as hazardous as ever,
o AU open woter ofMotquito and 174 walked off with the
Get amount small
Lcytwnrou'h any large or
to oo to.l-wvt trophy. and the case, as
line at the north end sportsmanship prevailed and up to $600. $50 cost only $1.50
of Pelican Island.AM 44 gave their rivals a ready-
made showplace. The case for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55

will contain the trophybutnot only $29 .month.
the way it was planned. repay per

(Capt. Adkins was relievedof We txAM/ltf Of '
provide prompt service to
VA-44's helm yesterday personnel. Save time RtATMNTSmilitary
by Cdr. James H. Wynn III, when you' need money. Phone S 101.02 S 6.00
in ceremonies at Cecil Field first, then stop by to complete 202.05 12.00
your' loan. Try us you'll
ret" like us. We're the most help- 286.23 17.00
s rr ful loan people you'll find .c09.53 24.00
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January 16, (1969
Page 4 ,

Regiatratlsae Wheeler SpeaksTo

,.:', RAdm.

Closes Twtay. '
% Management Group

At FJC CampusJax a. -
RAdm. KenikMh u. Wlicvk-r. fkh\t 11. 'ot k 111 to ins fellow nun,

-- Registration remain director of Financial; Senlo 1 .( lie contributed greatly to saving
open through tonight for credit Office of the Navy: Comptroller, the live of puny of his: companions. -
classes and Community Seh-ice will be tic guest speaker: at the .**

shon courses of the Florida Armcd Forces Management Association After the war, he served in
Junior College at Jack;"n lilt :: \ Chapter JO'* ninthly supply billets on ship and war-
All registration is being l held meeting today.Admiral Wheeler, supply billets on ship and: a -
at.the Southside Campus onFla;- since His last:
t who has:: been on active duty :-: billet was as
ler Street from $:30 to 11:?0 a,m. --- 1 1:30 to 4:,(\ p.m., and tS:30 to and Management
Aspects:: of Management. on the
$:3l' p.m. 6 During World War: II, Admiral Staff of Commander in Chief Atlantic -
"A $5 late fe for
credit classes. in the fall of Corregidor. Fleet and! Commander in
Ten community service short As a prisoner of war he earnedtwo : Chief WESTLANT.
courses remain for regis t
:: one for
Bronze cars
tration. Of these, six: will be fellow Admiral Wheeler i is: author: of
offered heroism in assisting several articles and stories
on the, Cumberland Cam one
from --
not one
The available y to safety of which was filmed and shownon
pus. courses are twM
... ... ships that
but two Japanese prison
"Human '* lie has
Relations }In Employ His second Bronze "Navy Log. writ-
) ment" to be taught on Monday SPACE, VEHICLE-This full-scale model of the transtage were sunk. of ten and: had piblished in dedi-
r evenings J Practical PublicSpeaking" spacecraft upper stage of the Titan IIIC space booster, will Star was and a prisoner his citation cation ,to and for his children,
;t on Tuesday evenings, be war camp inJapan his:: life story. He, his wife
'. on display at Regency Square Jan. 29 through Feb. I from reads, "He heroically endured
"Advertising for Small Businesses Marilyn and their three childrenare
a.m. to 9 a.m. daily. in
below freezing temperatures
and'Stock Market for currently living in the
Laymen on Wednesday even- unheated prison barracks to care Jacksonville area.
ings; and "Self Defense Tactics" Titan III Spaceship for the sick and wounded and as
and"MongageBroker's License"on a result contacted pneumonia Next month's speaker will be
which almost resulted in death Col. Jack C. Ice Quartermaster

Four Thursday courses evenings.-will be offered Displayed at RegencyJax (hospitalized nine months). By Corps, deputy Commander ot

on the Southside Campus. These his outstanding fortitude, great Tooele Army Depot, Tooele, U-
,I personal valor and self sacri- tali.
are on Tuesday
evenings; .'Creatlve'ritiIt" : -- A full-size Titan III tinctionof obtaining most,,1 perfect -

and "Money Management for Women Transtage space vehicle, like circular orbit of any ever
on Wednesday evenings and the one that established a world achieved by man only 0.00045 Uniform Wearing Restricted I

"Rapid Reading for Executives"on record by igniting its-engine four from mathematical perfection.
Thursday evenings.All times in space, will be displayedat Under the executive manage- Jax -- A recent Bureau of wearing the uniforms of the Naval
shon courses meet one Regency Square, Jan. 29 thru ment of the Space Systems Divi- Naval Personnel Notice estab- Service while attending or participating -

night a week from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 1. sion of the Air Force Systems lished the following policy on the in a, demonstration
It was this type of spacecraftthat Command, Transtage is the up- wearing of the Naval Uniform: assembly or activity when the
boosted eight satellites into per stage of the powerful Titan The exercise of the right of purpose of such demonstration,
orbit 21,000 miles above the III Standard Launch vehicle. In freedom of speech and assemblydoes assembly or activity is the fur-
{ equator In a synchronized belt addition to carrying.arious pay- not include the right to therance of personal or partisan
ROBERTS in January 1967. These satel- loads, Transtage houses the borrow the inherent dignity, views on political, social, economic -
lites are a part of a worldwide nerve center for the vehicle. prestige and traditions repre- or religious issues. The
military communications net- The versatile Transtage sented by the uniforms of the Naval order does not prohibit wearingthe

IOOKKEEPING work. spacecraft can"park" in space Service to lend weight significance uniform to normal church
Also Transtage has the dis- and then restart when time and to privately held con- services or other bonafide reli-

AND TAX SERVICE pooooooooooooooooccaGIANT conditions are right for rendez- victions on public issues. gious observances.
..................... vous with another spacecraft or Members of the Navy and Marine -
\ Income Tax Preparation .SWAP MEET it can send the payload into another Corps are prohibited from
.$2.00 Up.. trajectory. ON SALE
Service Guaranteed Resembling a cone, Transtageis SPACIOUS ,fc,PEACEFULMARSHALL
Expert ,
1 The following tickets are now
f. Open 9 AM..-Earlier By MARKET nearly as broad sit it long, ACRES on sale at the Special 'Services
10 feet in diameter and 15 feet in 9359 103rd StreetJacksonville's
AppointmentSundays All Spaces Under Shelter Tickets Sales Office, Bldg. 704.
length. It newest &
can develop 16,000
In AFL All Star Football Game,
EmergencyAnd 20th and Edgewood
of thrust and has a total most modern mobile home
Jan: 19 tickets, $5.
J Appointment burning. time of more than seven community is now open for ;
PH. 384-1034 Every Sat. 9 am 600;; pm minutes. your inspection.: Large 44 x "Fiddler on the Roof", Jan. 14

.' 1907 Standing Blvd Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm The exhibit is sponsored by the 75'. lots. thru 19. Call ext. 3122 for ticketprices'
At Shirley St. Phone Regency Square Optimist Club in ONLY $35 PER ,MO.
Ferrante and Teiclier Jan. 24,
.At Same Location cooperation with the United States
768-4793 Swimming pool, tennis court,
768-7058 or tickets, $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50.
1\ Since 1953at1oa 354-9119 Air Force. Display hours are shuffleboard court, D B -,Q Ringling Brothers CircusJan.
ftoocoooooooooooooooa from 10 to 9 daily. Admissionis
free. pit, picnic built for your en 31, thru Feb. 2, inquire at Bldg.
4IIIII 04lll! j joyment. Act Today! Call: 704 for
aoat 04lllll O O'o..n ...osa OJ EL VCRANO price variations.
Discount theater cards for Cedar -
J S : Mr.. F. S. Martin. Manager'
J Hills and Royal Palm The-

359 .2924For aters, for military personnel,are
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Civil Service News

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Merit Promotion Policy RevisedEditor's .,

( Note: This is the sented, with jobs ranging from the operate: under merit principlesand
second of a series of articleson .. simplest to the most complex. general procedures estab- '
the revised Merit Promotion Over 60 agencies, \'aryinglnslze' lished by the commission. Each
Policy. The Dec. 12 issue of
from just a few employees to agency develops its own promo-
the Jax Air News carried the hundreds of thousands and in tion guidelines, adapted to the
first of the series.) complexity and dispersion from a agency's own needs, which set :
In revising the merit promo- single headquarters office to an forth the agency policies and pro- :
tion policy, the Civil Service intricate structure of worldwide cedures governing promotion
Commission had to keep in mind installations, are involved. Thisis practices.
the size, complexity and disper- why promotion procedures Each agency will continue to
sion of the federal work force. vary to some extent from agencyto develop promotion plans which
All employees in the competitive agency or occupation: to occu- establish the specific methods to
service are covered by the pation.As be followed in selecting em 20 YEARS SERVICE-Walter C. O'Heir (r), NARF Metal Division
policy. All white-color and blue- under the present policy ployees for promotion within the receives a retirement watch from C.E. Field, upon his
collar occupations are repre- agency promotion will framework of the guide-
programs agency retirement after more than 20 years of federal service.
lines. Similar kinds of jobs are

I Job Openings Listed! plan.usually For grouped example under, all the engin-same 20 Civilian Workers

eering and scientific jobs maybe
Merit promotion opportunities tionwide. Applications for these under one plan, all clerical jobs
currently open for receipt of application positions willbe accepted throughthe under another all trades and labor -
are listed below. The close of business Jan. 27. jobs under a third, etc. Receive Job HikesTwenty
area of consideration and closing MPB No. 1-69 Seamstress, Each employee should find out
date of each are shown. MPB No. 2-69, Shipment Clerk which plan applies to him. civilian workers recently Splllan, Medical Technologist,
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade (Typing) and MPB No. 3-69 Laborer Agencies should have modi- received job hikes in accordance GS-9.
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. (Cleaner). Area of consideration fied their promotion guidelinesby with the station's Merit Other civilians promoted were
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled .: NAS,NARF,NARTU, Jan. 1, to reflect the revised Promotion Program. Shirley K. Barlow, NFOtoClerk
positions pay level seven and below COMFAIRJAX FAETULANT, Federal Merit Promotion Pol- Employees of the Naval Air Typist, GS-4; George K. Price,
and MPB No. 83-67 Plan B Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- icy. They must revise specific Rework Facility being promoted Commissary Store, Leader Meat
all skilled positions pay level sary Stores,Navy Recruiting Station promotion plans by July 1. This includes Wilbur I Geiger, JamesS. Cutter; Mary W. Ferguson
eight and above. Area of con- Disease Vector Control schedule provides time for agen- Kaiser, Dennis J. Crooks and NARTU Military Personnel
sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU, Center and Resident Storage Office cies to make the extensive revisions William H. Anderson, promotedto Clerk (Typing) GS-5; Celia H.
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Jacksonville. Applicationsfor necessary in their pres- Production Controller (A/Q) Brant, Naval Ordnance Test Unit,
Naval Hospital, Navy Com- these positions will be accepted ent promotion programs and to GS-7, and James L. Fleming, Purchasing Agent, GSaoo,
missary Stores, Navy Recruiting through the close of busi- consult with employees and em- General Foreman (A/C Plant Bennie C. Glassock Public
Station, Disease Vector Control ness Tuesday.All ployee organizations in the pro- Maintenance) II, Sarah H. Works, Foreman (Leadl man)
Center and Resident Storage Of- applicants must be careeror O'Brien Chemist GS-12 JohnR. Laborer.
fice, Jacksonville. Applicationsfor career conditional employees cess.Next( article: How EmployeesAre Morris Jr., Supervisory Industrial Supply Department civilians
these positions will be accepted of the federal government. Considered for Promotion.) Engineer, GS-12, Shel- promoted Included Vivian G.
at any time. A separate application Application forms 171 for these don J. Caner Planner and Estimator Dlnkla,Clerk-Stenographer GS-
must be filed for each positions should be filed with (A/C Plant Maintenance) 4, Clara M. Rooks, Shipment
position in which interested. IRD, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, I. Clerk, (Typing) GS-5, Johnnie;
MPB No. 183-68 Aircraft Qua Fla., 32212. Naval Hospital employees pro- P. Ellis Foreman (Leadlngman)
lity Control Specialist, GS-9, For further Information regarding MEMO, moted Included Charles H. Mc-' Stockman and Bernie Adkins Jr.,
MPB No. 18768.AdmInIstrative these,positions see the I Ii Master Jr., to Office Machine Supervisor Supply Clerk, GS-5.
Librarian GS-9 and MPB No. copies' of the bulletins or announcements ALIEN RE61STTlAfION Operator, GS-3 and 'Barbara S.
188-68 Supervisory Aerospace or call Extension DURING
Engineer (Power Plant) GS-l2or 2320, Rating and Examining MONTH OF 11't4S'
13. Area of consideration: Na- Branch ,IRDNAS Jacksonville.
Cash Monthly Months
; You Get Payment to Pay

GATOR BROCKET 84.)3 5.00 24

219.27 13.00 24

m.,...,,.. MERCURY $25 to $600ARRANGED
320.79 19.00 24
427.51 25.00 24


i 600.00 J4.39 24
REPAIR EXPERT BY PHONE PaymenU include interest.e .


DIAL Fliuice C....eMy i
Sales I Service 4721 SAN JUAN, AVE. DIAL 384 -2341

264-9835 241 WEST FORSYTH ST. DIAL 356 0735
Hwy. $17 Orange Park 5256 BEACH! ilL) vn,, DIAL) 359 2895

RETIREMENT WATCH--W.F. Gouchnour, NARF Metal Division
Supervisor, (I), presents a retirement watch to George M. Gir-
ardean during recent retirement ceremonies. Girardean retired

after more than '20"years of federal service.



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Completely PLANNED Community (!Jfuh: ON THE ST. JOIINS(3ontinf1llta1

$12,000-$16,000 AT ORANGE PARK :
You are cordially Invited to inspect our homes at your
convenience 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding
Boulevard Hwy. #21))

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January |16, 1969

_.. dpi'. ..., .. yrs : tnr-* ***

I: I NATTC : Behind, The Scene1, 1 a w '

AEC John R. Burcklulter: has tor in the Advanced Course, training> Air and AO personnel, c
graduated from the Chief Petty Class B, of the Aviation\ Electrician's :: it was decided tluu NATTC Memphis ttn
Officers' Academy, Pensacola.: Mate $ch\a'l. would send part of their
He was a member of Class 6S-U\ ************ school to Jack;,::onvillc. i
and distinguished himself by attaining Capt. R.P.Kline, commanding J. Powell, a civilian hl trlll ,
overall average grade officer, congratulated and presented tor, i is coixltictmg the classes: :: yI'
of S6 percent for the course, advancement certificatesto for the lt:' men who will go _
which placed him ninth out of a 41 students and :hip': Com- through the entire four-week _
class of 57. This levelof Jcie\e- pany personnel in Bldg.411 at the course. and the three who willtake _
meat is attained by less than Iti Naval Air Technical Training a refresher course lasting one
percent of the Academy grad Center this morning. week.
; uates. In recognition of this Advanced to their I present ratesas 444444444444 4
achievement, he was awarded a a result of the August 19t>8 The Ji\5S-69) NATTC Intramural r-

special diploma at the graduation series were: basketball season got iL ,;' '..
ceremonies appropriately AOCsN. L. Daniels, B.F.Haw under way on Jan. 7 when Cdr. ", i1
inscribed "With Honors." thorne, E.W. Orr, B.F. Smith, William J. Tutwiler, executive _
Chief Burckhalter has returned J.M l Wright; AECsR. G. Avery officer, threw out the first ball. '\'"j." i 1Z

to the Naval Air Technical R.B. Edwards, J.M. Fiery Jr., The first game was betweenthe s., .;, ........-."Eo ., ,,, '
Training; Center where he had L.L. fortest ,Jr., A.D. Judeen, Ship's Company "Animals"and -.-; ''U :-{. .
been assigned .as instructor at G.A. Henderson, R.D. Lane,W.J. the AO "A" Stackers. The s ..
the Aviation Electrician's Mate Merchant, K.R. :Mantle, E.G. Stackers,with good second half
SchoolClass A, Phase 111 since Randolph, G.T. Reeves, J.D. Riser surgeput the game away 46-J5. UNVEILING PLAQUE Mrs., William K. Rhodes and Capt.
March, 100;. Monday, he was R.W. Sassaman, A.A.Wage- Leading scorer was Rudd of the Cutler remove covering from Memorial Plaque honoring Capt.
transferred and is now instruc- man, J.W. Williams; AOlsJ.Jef- Stackers with 30 points, followed "Dusty" Rhodes at NAS Golf Course.
feries A. Martin, P.E. Shell closely by Snyder of the
pppppd p J.K. Treece; AEIs K.B. Adams. Animals with 21 points.
HONDAMONTESA C.R. Copeland W.E.Cooke, J.D. Scores for the remainder of Eleventh Hole Serves
Gipson, K.D. Wofford; TDI L.E. the week were: Jan. 7 AE"A
Baker; PCI D.N. Jurgensmeyer; Celtics 50 and AO"A" Turkeys
DPI C.L. Miller; HMI MJ. Ma- 30; Jan 8 ACTA" Bombers As 'Dusty's' MemorialJax
MOTORCYCLES liach; AMSI J.E. :Mattison; BT 59 and All Americans 54;AO4A"
R.L. Shea; HM2s S.E. Acne, J.R. Rockets 39 and AE"A" Bull-
0 Hubner; DT3 D.L. Gutelius,:\1.13C. dogs 27; .and Jan. 9'- AE"A" -- A plaque{ was unveiled 1929 was retired Vice AdmiralH.S.
Gosney; TD3 TJ. Logan; Bulldogs 45 and AO"B" Stack- honoring the late Captain Wil- Duckwbrth. Admiral Duck-
SK3 C.L. Stovall and AKAN R. ers 41, AE"A" Celtics 59 and liam K. "Dusty" Rhodes during worth fondly recalled Capt.Rhod-
Horoshko. ACTA" Bombers 43. a ceremony at the NAS Golf es' feats in an airplane and on the
************ Course Monday. golf links. "He was a gamblerof
MOTORS and An Instructor Training Course Aliens MustRegister Capt. Rhodes graduated in 1925 sorts, always wanted to make
began on Jan. 6 in Bldg. 501 for from the Naval Academy and the game a little more interest-
CYCLES CO.See 16 members of the Naval Air served more than 36-years active ing with a friendly wager and
Technical Training Center. naval service. He retired in 1956 that's the way he did everything,
Honda's Hot "350" Normally soon after a man reports to Jacksonville and spent much of truly a great guy."
for instructor duty, he is This MonthRegistered his spare time on the NAS golf Now a symbol for all to see
4949 Blanding sent TAD to Memphis for Instructor course. He died at the Naval as they play his favorite hole the
training. However, Hospital Dec. 1967 as a resultof plaque may be meaningless to
771 8244 ,since NATTC has had a large aliens living [in the injuries received In an auto many who read its inscriptionbutto
influx of instructors because of United 'States or its possessionson accident. those who knew him they know
the urgent requirements for Jan. 1 of each year are required The memorial to Capt. Rhodesis its a fitting tribute to a man who
--- ----- to,report their addresses on a small island near the 11th loved the challenge In the gameof

"to..the.Attorney General ,duringthe hote-and it reads:"The Hole That golf., ,
Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less "
month of January. Dusty Admired Most. Mrs;: ;
Sale Address report cards, are: Rhodes commented that her hus- .
I. "
.. 5.11,1'1t do
available at any post office or band "had many fine memorie'sfrom
l/1 to 1/3 any Immigration and Naturalization this course." letYOUR
OFF g Office. The cards must be unveiling the tribute to one INCOME
Must Make .Q Q oe filled in even if the address is of the Navy's and Jacksonville'smost
the same as the one reported last colorful personalitiesCapt.
Room For 1740 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK year. Completed,cards ,should be H.O. Cutler'commanding JEANNEtTECRISP'
Spring! returned to the issuing clerk.A officer, stated tHat although he
I : Linger! _Sports.Casual Cocktail registered alien who is tem- never met Capt. Rhodes he has
porarily absent from the U.S.on heard many great stories about
Jan. 1 must report his address him. He said he was "a man leokkeepiii. Servica
1 within JO days of his return who liked everybody and every-
Failure to report addresses body liked l hta." ,
1 could result In serious penaltiesfor One gentlemen present who INSTANT SERVICE

the alien, including deporta knew Capt. Rhodes when he was OR ,BY APPOINTMENT
TheALLNEW tion.
an aspiring young aviator about
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Easy Elegance Achieved with Soup Suppers I i.

How to be elegant: without realists In saucepan: combine soup, Oatmeal Bread it t
ing.! That's one trick we'd milk and pimiemo. Heat; stir
all love to learn especially*lien now and then. Do not boil. 3/4 cup boiling water l
it comes' to preparing meals for Garnish; with avocado slices orchopped 1.'2 cup rolled oats. .I
family and friends. The secretis parsley. Makes: 2 to :3sen 3 2 tablespoons} butteror margarine 4 D
simplicity: 'ings. 2 tablespoons: molasses
You'll notice the smart hostess 1 teaspoon salt I
sticks to a me l-in-one main Celery Heart Soup '0" l' package: actuated dry yeast II
dish especially if she's pressedfor 1 can ((10 1/2 ounces) condensed 1/4 l'UP'arm water((105 de ree-
time. Witness the noble majesty cream of celery soup 113 degree F)
of a soup supper. The menu: 1 soup can milk 1 egg
soup, hot breads, salad and fruit. 1cup cooked artichoke hearts, :3 to :3 1/2 cups sifted all-purpose
Preparation time: less than an diced flour
hour. Years ago a upper suchas 2 tablespoons white wine 2 tablespoons melted butter
this involved a day's pre- In saucepan, combine soup, 2 tablespoons rolled oats
paration. Today we take cans of milk and artichokes. Heat; stir In large bowl combine boiling
soup from the freezer or pantry now and;! then. Do not boil. Add water, rolled oats, butter, molasses -
dress them up with garnishes wine. Makes 2 to 3 sen'ings. and salt; tolukewarn.
ladle them from tureens or chaf- Sprinkle yeast over "'arm'ater
Raisin Biscuit Bread
ing dishes partner them with in small bowl; stir to dissolve. Festive-Soup Buffet
savory: homemade breads born 2 tablespoons shortening Combine with oat mixture; add
Spinach Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing
f from a mix and a bold salad 2 cups packaged biscuit mix egg and 2 cups flour. Beat until
whh. a hot dressing! Voila 1 tablespoon sugar well blended. Mix in remaining 4 slices bacon Cook bacon, crumble;to drip -
.elegant] dinner-relaxed hostess. 1/2 cup seedless raisins or cur- flour to form a stiff dough; forn. 2 tablespoons vinegar pings add vinegar, onion, paprika
Choose a creamy potato soup rants into a smooth ball; place in 1 teaspoons grated onion and salt Heat, add crumbled
flecked with bright red pieces of 1 tablespoon caraway seeds, greased nine-inch round baking 1/2 teaspoon paprika bacon pour over spinach; toss
pimiento, garnished with avocado optional pan. Cover with towel let rise 1/2 teaspoon salt lightly. Garnish with egg slices.
or cream of celery soup 3/4 cup milk in warm place ((85 degree F), 4 cups spinach leaves Serve at once. Makes four serv
panne red with diced artichoke free from draft, about 1 to 11/2 1 hard-cooked egg, sliced ings. '
hearts and a dash of ,,'hite'ine.. hours or until doubled in bulk.
Buffet service suits the moodof Cut shortening into biscuit mix Brush top with melted butter;
the dinner. with pastry blender or two knives sprinkle with rolled oats. Bakeat Wives Clubs HappeningsClub
until mixture resembles coarse
350 F for 45 minutes.
Red and White Soup and corn caraway meal. Add seeds.sugar Add, raisins milk, Makes one loaf. #86 club, they are: Mrs. Leslie Scol-

1 can ((10 1/4 ounces) frozen slowly, blending with fork. spread Onion I Bread man and Mrs. John Duval.
Jax --- The Navy Wives Club The next meeting will be held
condensed of mixture in eight-inchgreased
1 soup cream can milk potato soup plate. Bake in 375 degree F oven 1 package ((13 1/4 ounces) hot Jax 86 held election of officersfor Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in I'
roll mix the coming year at their regu- Bldg. 716.
2 to 4 tablespoons pimiento about 30 minutes or until cake
1 butter margarine lar 7. The officers
Sliced avocado tester comes out clean. tablespoon or meeting, Jan new ..y!
1/2 cup sliced onion are: Mrs. Henry Barnes, Marine Wives j
l ,- .- -.. 1 egg yolk beaten with' teaspoon president; Mrs. Bill Howard,
Say Aloha water vice president; Mrs. Thomas Members of the Marine Wives
Prepare hot roll mixture according Hamby, secretary; Mrs. John Club held their first meeting of (
Your Neighbor! to package directions. Keiper, corresponding secretary the year, Monday, Jan. 6, with .
lo 'Cover. Let rise in warm place ; Mrs.William Brown,treasurer ; their ,newly elected and installed
((85 degree F) free from draft, ;; Mrs. Alvin Stonechaplain; officers'officiating.
about 30 to 45 minutes or until and parlamentarian is Mrs. John Plans'were made toholdabakesale
DRIVE TO doubled in bulk. Stir down, turn Eccleston. The new officers will on Jan. 10th in front of die
into greased 9x5x3 inch loaf be installed at the Sheraton Hotel NATTC Exchange with members
d pan. Let rise about 40 minutes. on Jan. 25. Dancing to the Sam providing the baked goods.
Ross Orchestra will follow the Currently underway is the
Bake 350 degrees F 'for 30 installation candlelight ceremony membership drive and any
HAWAII minutes. Meanwhile, in small and dinner. Marine wife interested should
1 saucepan, melt butter; add onion, The club voted to send a donation call club president Carol Scoppieat
cook about five minutes or until to the Muscular Dystrophy 384-6875.
DAYTONA BEACHHaWoXim onion is tender. Combine with Fund and to the National Schol- Following the meeting refreshments -
egg yolk mixture. After bread arship Foundation Fund from the were served by Pre-
has baked 30 minutes, spoon proceeds of the Not New Shop sident Scoppie and Vice President
evenly over top, bake an addi- the club members conduct on the Lorene Coociolo.
: I tional 15 to 20 minutes or until base each Tuesday and Thurs-
top is golden brown. Remove
from oven oven; turn out and cool day.Two new members have recently ) BUY BONDS r
i on rack. Makes one loaf. been installed into the

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Saturday Matinee HOUSEKEEPER) 'WANTED ; 1

,Movies .','NA.S: "TI IILI I' OK (HACIMD": For Gen. Housework &, prepare ;
starring' :sieve Reeves and Georgia Eve., meals Hrs. 1-7.$3.) Wk. I

Mol. Color) Adventure, ala:: ;' AdS.1O&f fAds 771-lOfti. !
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Movies will be shown "SliAHOUND": chapter I 12. s
nightly) : & 83&S: 66 TR4 ALPHA
at the NAS Theater at 7'JO: p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19 Low Mileage Orig. Owner. 772-
There will also be a kiddie m matinee I'
3073 after dark 389-2873.
at 2 p.m. Saturday and a NAS: "STAY AWAY JOE" should be mailed u the Holt Publishing Company, .
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- starring> Elvis I'rc.sley. Color 1950 BUndino Blvd. Jacksonville fiend. 32210. to arrive, '
day and! holidays.The Comedy. A-M/V; (J J10 mins.; ) not latef than. Tuesday for publication' the ,following' Thurs. FOR SALECOLLECTOR'SITEM. '
I HOSPITAL: "THE SECRET; day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published Good running 59 Edsel
Hospital Tater will have WAR OF I HARRY FRIGG" the following week unless he publisher is instructed other 772-0365. 7-9 p.m. and all day
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must Sat. & Sun. '
Cecil Field will have two nightly CECIL FIELD: "THE UGLYONES" be received WITH 1 (the copy for the ad.

shows during the weft at 5:30>> :
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be Monday, Jan- 20 DO NOT SEND CASH SWAP WANTED

shown on weekends at 2 and I RATE: Minimum charge( IinOlt.I ) . . . $2.00 A01 on sea duty Homeport Jax.,
!5 p.m. NAS: "ST. VALENTINES DAYMASSACHE" For additional lina ((4 words par Ii".;. . .O.SO My EAOS 25 Mar. 71 prefer
Ratings:' A-Adults; G-General starring Jason Ro- ; squadron. Write David L.Brooks,
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- bards Jr., and George Segal. A01 AC VP 47 90 FPO San
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Color Melo-Drama. ANG ((108 -
Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very Francisco, Calif. 96601. Home
Good; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA mins.) STEREO UNCLAIMED HOME FOR SALE port is Moffett Fd. Calif.

Class Not Available. JOE"HOSPITAL: "STAY AWAY Christmas Lay Aways left un- Oak Hill Park, Lg., 4 Br., 2B.

CECIL claimed. Beautiful Stereo-Radio all G.E. Blt. In kit, Central HOUSE FOR RENT UNFL'RN.
Thursday, Jan. 16 SAFARI" : Combination Walnut Console Heat and A/C. Dining & Family Oak Hill Pk., 3 BR., 2 B., H/AC,
Model that has never been used. Rms., Can assume 5 1/4 FHA $190 mo. 7717356.SACRIFICE1962.

NAS: "THE UGLY ONES" Tuesday. Jan. 21 You can have for balance $68. loan. 771-4983.

starring Richard Wyler and NAS: "KISS THE OTHER or $9 per mo. Phone 353-1946 LINCOLN:
Thomas Milian. Color Western. SHEIK" starring Marcello Mas- ANYTIME. Will deliver, no ob- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE CONTINENTAL A cream puff,

A/G ((95 mins.) troianni and Pamela Tiffin.. Col- ligation. 1606 Main Street. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & new tires, all extras. Must go.
FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. 7564 Patrice Ct. Ph. 7718&30.VA .
: or Comedy. ((93 mins.)
James Coburn and GodfreyCam- TIMES DAY MASSACRE" NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park & FHA REPOSSESSIONS

bridge. Color Action Comedy. CECIL FIELD:"SECRET WAR Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. Realty. Military-Free Notary. 3 BR, 1,1 1/2, & 2 baths $100

A-M/E ((104 mins.) OF HARRY FRIGG"irtin' Apts. Newly painted 2 BR., LR, down as low as $65 month. Callus
CECIL FIELD: "ROSEMARY'S 1 Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking. Unclaimed Layaway for up to date lists that will

BABY" starring Mia Farrow and Water, Sewage & Garbage includ. NEVER USED be mailed without obligation.
$85 Mo. for unfurn. Call VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.
John Cassavettes. Color Drama. Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
387-2541! nites weekends Call
A/VG ((135 mins.) or chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
designs, blind hems, Pay bal.
Friday, Jan. 17 VALUES'WHOLESALE ', $25 cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free New guaranteed auto product,
NAS: "THE'LAST SAFARI"starring HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER home trial 771-9106 anytime. easy sales high commission.

Stewart Granger and Kaz Excel. condition, 4 Br., 2B.Cen 6437 Wilson Blvd. Work your own hours. $100 per
Garas. Color Adventure. GIG PRICE tb EVERYONE tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence week no problem for good man.

((115 mins.) tolling Hills area 781-3680 any- ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS Phone 771-8444 today!

HOSPITAL' "THE UGLY OPEN i time. Your Parts & Service Center
CECIL FIELD: Blanding Blvd. 3880428. Pictures taken.
starring James Mason and Ger- If you would like to become a 2642140.

aldine Chaplin. Color Drama. Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An-
A/G ((95 mins.) SUNDAY nouncer. A recorded message by VIETNAM VETERANS FOR SALE: 63 OLDS F-85
Tom Caviness Stop paying high rent. You
tells you how. can but air reasonable.Dial .
Saturday, Jan 18 Ph 355-4834. NOW buy VA repossessed homes Everything ,
for $100 down with VA paying 2642140.
1963 FIAT 1100 D- closing costs. $62 mo. & up. ,
for Give us your address &we will
Newman and Sylvia Koscina.Color Economy Transportation 2 BR., Kit Equip. Patio, Nr
& mall to date list VANSANDT
STORE $375. Call P.M. up
War G/E mins. DISCOUNT SchoolNAS &
Comedy. ((110 ) REALTY 3871213.ZIG shopping centers.
HOSPITAL: "THE LAST SA 389-5234. .u 348 Stiles ,Ave. Orange Park or
FARI" JOJ35 8-och B'vd' 724 2662 3882337'after' 6.


Like New, 4 dr. desk. Does sews 2 needles. Buttonholes, SALE-3 BR. home take we 'Ii

all this without attachments:But Overcasts, Blind Hems, Mono- payments. $83.97 month. See at

tonholes, fancy designs, blind grams, Fancy Design, Needs no 6976 Tampico Road So.WELDING .
OPEN J gJ hems, overcasts, winds' bobbin attachment. Bal. $23 or $4 mo.
gg SUNDAY through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20 7255944. Dealer.A .
mo. Free home trials. 77--8211 !
Dealer. 6431 Wilson Blvd. "SPOT" FOR YOU No job too large or small.Trail-
ers, ornamental iron work, fuel
To selected, highly capable Officers -
stands. Westside Custom
and Senior Officers
Welcome Aboard Petty Welding Corner Lane & Lenox.
EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTEDWe leaving the service, a leading 7819482.
nationwide firm offers a position
gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In' Fishing's great tool You'll really with an income that need never
pectlon. Then we" tuned up tightened and replaced everythingthat like this 2 story, 3 BR., 2 Ba., stop climbing. A job you'll like, CONVENIENT TO -
needed it. And guaranteed them 1007 for the repair or home with cent. heat & air. Mod- NAS & CECIL. 3'BR., 2 Ba.,
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000 in a choice of locations.Company Kit. Equip. A/C & C/H. Fenced
.. ern kit. w/stainless steel built-
mile Come on In and double check. sponsored orientation to speed
ins. A WHOPPING big basementfor your transition. Write to P. O. yard. 2003 ,Braque Court. 781-
ASSEMBLIES!: 'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM hobbies or recreational ac- Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809
tivities. Call anytime to see. Attn: Eastern Area Manager.MIDDLEBURG -

63 VW SEDAN. . . .' ....,. ..'.. $895 2448 Cedar Shores Circle. CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYSLeft
VIOLET M. McKEITHEN \ AREA Unclaimed Sewing MachinesWe

65 VW SEDAN. ,. '. . . $1195 356-1276 MLS REALTOR 1033 Big( Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 have 2 1969 Dial-o-matic
66.V W SEDAN : ... .. . $$1395 Oak St. acres & larger. Terms. Ph. Zig Zags that have never been
Christmas Lay-
282-5272 or 282-5224.. used. They were
67 VW SEDAN. . . .. .. $1595 1964 AUSTIN HEALY: SPRITE Aways that were never picked
: : .V f"' Good'Cond. $750. 3885195STUD.SERVICE MILITARY GUEST QTRS. up. Customers left,area. We are
68 VW SEDANS LIKE NEW : . $ ? unable to locate them. You can
2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C *urn.
66 VW FASTBACKX: :,s ., $1495 FOR Built in elect. kitch. Will rent have these machines for bal. of
$47 each. Cash or terms. Phone
66 VW Deluxe station Wagon ... .'. .. . .$1695 DASCIIUND AKC Registered. If to TAD personnel. Suitable for 3.53-1946 ANYTIME. We deliver.No .
interested call 7720439. Families or Bachelors. 5 min.
66 VW Squareback. . '.: t<. . $1650 to NAS. TVUtensilsElec.Blanket obligation. 1606CMain; Street.

NEW 12 WIDE 2 BR. optional 264-6884.
67 VW KARMANN GHIA coupe . $1900 $295 SENT
Down, $58.21 per mo. Includes HOUSE FOR
67 VW $1795 Ins., Tax & 'Title Fee, MOBILE HOMES FOR.SALE' Orange Park 3 BR. brick,Q-I&A
'741.. S.. Lane Ave. Mustang Mo- Over 50 Used Trailers, 8, 10, 2 B. Panel Den./w/fplc. 2 car
'67 VW Fastback, Air Condo . .: $2050 bile Home. 12 wides. Phone 3981126. Mr. ,garage.' Wooded lot. 264-6146.

68PLYM "ROADRUNNER" 2 Dr. Hardtop .$2295 Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway.


Like' New, 4 Dr. Desk, Does ORTEGA HILLS VA 4 :3/4 Oak Hill Pk., Lg. 4 Br.. 28.

66 FORD GALAXY "500"F. al.ltcONewS1745, everything, Buttonholes, Mono- $118 mo. 3 Br.2 Ba., LR., All G.E. ,Bit in kit., CH/A. Din.

66 PLYM BARRACUDA.? .';;, w/c Ana'8 '$1695 grams, Blind hems, Overcasts, DR., Paneled Den, Eat in I Kit., '& Fam. rms. Can assume ,5 1/4
Automatic Bobbin Winder, Free '
Bit in Elec Rg & Ov., AC., W/W FHA loan. 771-4983.
67 PONTIAC TEMPESTsport. A/T. $1595 home trial. Bal. $40. of $5>> mo. Carpet, Cust, Drapes, Fn. Yd.

67 MUSTANG Xtra Glean: . . $1595" 725-5944.sity Blvd. N.Dealer. 1350 Univer- 384-4397.. 1503 Fl'RN.Seminole' APT.Rd.AVONDALE, $85 mo. Mr.

65 FIAT STA. WAG. NEW Grose 398-4531. Eve. 384-7374.
FOR RENT Only 168 mi.Bent Fender&Grill.
3921! Lane Ave., S. :38r., 2Ba. 63
Fam. Rm., Fplc., BIRO, Dish- are Model 1100D First .$500 Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clea.nmodern'
washer, Refrig., CAU & Air.
771-2581. trailers & Apts: 389-
2 Car Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd.
VOLKSWAGEN INC. $185 Mon. Orange Park Realty. ,

Heavy Duty Armstrong Tubeless 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., ,1 BathUlt1low
1150 LANE'' AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 LOTS Nylon Tires. Size 714.5: w/stove, &refrig. Furn.

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat.. 8 to 5, Open Sun. 1 PM to 6PM Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. New 10 ply" Rate & Rims. Dining Rnr. Garage ,& Space:
Terms. Call Owner, :387 7379. $150. Ph. 7717185.: Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545.I ).

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: For Careerists and Non Careerists

I: More Questions and Answers About The Pay PlanEditor's I

( Note: These are the A. Three major guidelineswere or BAO? This is locked in on career turned to tfie member hi one of
second and third installments of established: U) that iv>n- A. No. These items, as well ists' questions. $c"cr.tl"ay:;, depending up.lnthe
Questions and Answers on the careerists shouldn't receive a as= clothing (uniforms) and medical circumstances under which his
Hubbell Pay Plan from the Navy residual income less than that care, are provided in kind.! <\ Why couldn't careerists active duty i is terminated:
News Service NA\' E"S.'e received by either a single full- That i is, n non-careeristsaregiven 'continue' to receive allowances ((1)) If the member should volun-
are including both at once due to time employed male civilian ora free dIn the galley, a bunk for their quarters and food justas tarily or involuntarily terminatehis
the holiday break in publication, single i full-time employed high in the barracks or ship his required the non-careerists will? active duty before he i is
and because the subject of pay school graduate of the same: age; uniforms and all necessary A. While the present pay and\ eligible to retire, his contributions -
always interesting, becomes especially (C) that full qualified non-caree medical and dental\ care instead allowances system was deter- willbe returned to him. with-
so at this p.1rticulJrtime rists should' be promoted to E-2 of the money he would needto mined adequate for non-career interest.
of year following the depredations IXM later than ,completion of purchase all these items if he members, 84 percent of whomare ((2)) If the member dies on
of Santa Glaus.) 4 months active service and to had to get them for himself.Then, single, there was a desireto active duty.his contributions plus
Et't later than on completionof he i is paid a basic pay from\\liich remove some of the Inequities interest will be returned in the
This portion of the articleis 12 months active service; ((3)) he pays his income taxes and in pay that continuation of form of month annuities to his
directed to non-career service that the pay of noncareeristsshould Social security contributions. the allowances causes for the survivors. If he has no depen-
members.Q. be adjusted annually to The money left over after these career member. The goal was dents eligible to receive survivor
keep it abreast of increases in deductions is ,his "residual income to pay each individual doing the benefits, the amount pi us accrued
Is it true thatthe: Hibbell the civilian economy.Q. ." same job the same salary, regardless interest will be credited to his
Pay Plan doesn't apply to thoseof What is meant by "residual Q. What about those who are of his marital status. estate.
us in the non-career force income" in the first guideline? married and live ashore?How are Additionally, it was desirable to ((3)) Finally, if the member remains -
(all E'-I. EE3 and:! most E-4 A. Residual income is that they going to pay for their food have a pay system less confusingto on active duty until retire-
and E-5 members)?: cash received by the non-caree and housing? the member as well as to permIt ment, the contributions plus interest -
A. No. The Hubbell group rist after deductions have been A. Non-careerists with dependents him to compare his pay to will be returned to him in
concluded that generally, the made from his total pay for income will continue to be paid other government employees receiving the form of lifetime monthly. retirement
present system of pay and allowances tax, Social Security, food, ComRats and allowances to cover a straight salary. annuities.
should be retained for shelter medical care and clothing these costs just as they are Q. Won't the fact that the en- In other words, the member'
non-careerists. The study force i In other words, this is per- now. These allowances are high tire salary of the career mem- contributions to his military retirement
also recommended that some definite sonal spending money not required enough to guarantee.that married ber is taxable result in less program are vested to
guidelines should be established to provide for one's 'necessities non-careerists will receive an take-home pay to the member? him, and will be returned with
to ensure that the pay of life adequate income so long as his A. Not as a result of the Fe- interest in every case to him.
for non-careerists would con- Q. Will a non-careerist have family doesn't exceed a wife and deral income tax alone, since
tinue to be adequate in the future to pay for his chow in'the galleyor child which should be sufficientto this additional tax liability will
bunk in the barracks if he take care of his needs until he be offset by incorporating the ci
Q.,What} were these guidelines? doesn't draw commuted rationsone is ready to enter the career seg- Federal income tax advantage in nguanC
ment of the force. the salary amount. If the mem- )
I Tuition CutbackWASHINGTON Q. What does a noncareeristhave ber is also liable to state and/or
to do to become designatedas local incomes taxes, however, 9, e
a member of the career force? this could mean lowered take- C
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(NAVNEWS) term, if the school operateson ;
E-4 and
A. He has to make home pay since there is no pro-
hour basis.
announced a
Navy recently anew quaner
complete two years of active vision in the plan tooffset these
What this is that
dollar limitation on Navy means no
service and then to obligate -
agree taxes. Niblick
Tuition assistance funds for matter how many courses you
himself for four or more Q. What is meant by "tax
Fiscal Year 1969. take, you cannot expect to get additional years of active ser- advantage?" Phone 384 4406
than 45 dollars in
anyone vice. If he's not ready to com- A. Service members presentlypay
The Navy will now pay 75 per- term. J, 2, & 3 Bedrooms
of tuition do is mit himself at the two-year point, income tax on only about 60
cent costs, not to exceed The smart thing to to Garden Type Apartmentswith
45 per panicipant in any shop around and find a college he'll be designated a careerist percent of their total compensation. Country Club
one term, if the school operateson which offers the lowest tuiton automatically at the end of four Allowances for subsistenceor Atmosphere
semester hour basis: or rates and operates on several years' active service if he Is an quarters aren't taxable. Con- Kitchens equipped with G-E
30 dollars per participant in any terms per school year. E-4 or E-5. sequently, one's "advantage"lies Ranges & Refrigerators
Q. Is it possible to revert to in not having as much Fe- .IMJvidual! Air Conditioningand
_. 1t S "' ,. U ,," non-careerist status once designated deral income tax to pay on April Heating by G-E
a careerist?, *' 15 as on 's civilian counter-part. Drapes furnished
A. Yes, If one ts_broken< )by: earning tHe' same'totarpayi:, / ... Wall to Wall Carpeting PoolNAVY anc.leLarge'Swimmlng
disciplinary in rate:toE3 Q. How much is the:contribution -
t or below after becoming a careerist -, to the retirement'program
he would revert to non- going to cost the member?
1S careerist status and go'back on A. The Study ,Group has recommended -
S 'If the non-career pay system,auto- that each member
; YOUR MOBILE HOME, matically. make a contribution to his own
: PURCHASE TRAVEL TRAILER, Q. If the Hubbell Pay Proposal retirement program and Social s'" '; ;.
became law July 1, 1969, would Security amounting to 6 1/2 per- : '
II/INN/INII/III/11111/NN/IIIINI IIIII IIINNINN/1111.11111./LIII/INIIII INNNIII I INI II............INI non-careerists still get the pay cent of his comparability salary. i ij" : : :.
raise that is planned on that The amount credited to the mem- .;,'./. '>'h ;"
BUTTS MOBILE HOME INC. ,date? ber's military retirement fund) is
A. All non ,careerists would the difference between the amount
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get a over present rates contributed to his Social Securityand
but not the same percentage as his total 6 12'percent' de-
: presently planned. The amountof duction.
FINANCE the new raise would be the Q. Will both career and non-
same percent of basic pay as the career members contribute to the
I THROUGH YOUR CREDIT UNION average, percent of salary,raise retirement program?
that the careerist would receive. A. No. Only members of the
AND For most non-careerists this career segment of the force will
would be a smaller raise that is contribute to retirement.Q. .
SA .VE.SA VEIl presently planned on July 1 What will happen to the 1 1 1
:; '69, but it would, be enough in membe 's contribution to retire-
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. each case to meet the guide- ment i if he does not stay in the
>/ lines established for adjustingpay service until retirement?
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I Kal's KornerBy I State AAU Swim Mark Shafted In Jax

JOSN Brent Kallestad Navy Development Meet Saturday

AFL All Star Game .
The second; of four winter,swim ,"." ,...
Arc 1 sport:: fans =should be looking forward to iunday's contest meets hooted: by the Jax Swim "}" :> :."'I"
I at the Gator Bowl I hetweenthebestpcrfurncrsaf: the now-established Team took place Saturday and ,
American Football League. the results provided a new ,: ; ."."tI.:
It would be advisable to net Florida AAU wimming record. ...':"; '". ,, ;. .
aliold of tickets:; now as the good served Bonnie Broyles swimming for I
good warm
explosion as a
the J300( Club from Gainesvilleset .' \
seats will Wove following : ;
Sunday's Newyork Jet up.Warner takes his troupe tp the new mark in the 50-meter ,__' \
victory over the Colts intlie Super Glynco, Ga., this weekend for a back stroke for girls 11 and 12 ::''- ':t f.'i .
old. She timed I. '
years was ata1'.2 >
Bowl. ''
pair of games against the Glynco .r'
seconds. Bonnie also .
Colorful Joe Namath, the Navy cap .1
cagers. .> .
$400,000 pride of tile AFL and tured-the 50-meter freestyle in .. ., >'''
New York City bachelorettes, Golf her ace aroup. I '/'
leads the parade of top-flight Kathleen Fitzpatrick repre- _, -......:... ,.". '". '.<'I\. .'.,' ,J "; 3: ,I
the >
Swim Team 1"
senting Navy Jax ok
performers into Jacksonville Golfing enthusiasts will be >.:U'>>:f'(1; ; \ _
and it is a bargain for $51! happy to note that Dave Bollman (NJST) gained three firsts
finished among the money including the 100-meter freestyleopen THEY'RE OFF I Four young girls hit the water at last Satur-
Unpredictable Fliers winners at the L.A. Open this event for women the 200- day's Navy Jax Swim Team meet. This was one of 32 events
past weekend. Bollman former meter back stroke. held at the base pool where one Florida AAU record was
Coach Tom Warner's JaxNavy Seaman out of Norfolk won the Beverly Lillardfrom theJack- smashed.
five split another pair over the 1965 All-Navy tournament hereat sonville Eager Team of Swim-
weekend and their season record the Sax Navy course. mers (JETS) made five first- place showings by taking the 25- young swimmers represent
is now 56. They fell to meter freestyle 25-meter but- NJST.
Delta Drug who they defeated terfly, 25-meter breast stroke The Sarasota YMCA turn had a *"
earlier in the season, and Satur- \ y '41W and swimming on two first place first-place winner in Brett Tho-
day night the Fliers bounced back relay teams from the JETS. mas who took the eight and under
and burned the nets for 125 points Young Miss Llllard took her wins boy's 25-meter butterfly. Robin
while demolishing Massey B&T. < - Rugged Greg Burham, a 6-5, Lee Wright from the Jackson- the 50-meter backstroke.
210-pound bull from the wilds of ville Carraway athletic Club Elaine Harris, CAC took the
Montana, hit the backboards with (CAC) captured three firststaking girl's 13 and 14 division 200-
authority in both contests and also the boy's 13 and 14 year old meter freestyle and teammates
managed to pop in 38 points. competition In the 200-meter Cindy Kinert and John Corse took
Burham has recorded 129 points .. freestyle, 100-meter backstrokeand \ firsts in the 200-meter open wo
this season for an average of < also the 200-meter men's men's breast stroke and breaststroke
11.8 points a game. i{ :;, breast stroke. under boy's 25-meter
Pete Bovenkamp, Burham's respectively.
David Zubero also from CAC,
counterpart on the Flier front- Relay victories went to the
gained three firsts in the boy's
line, netted 15 points Saturday JETS ten and under girls team
::<; : .l.k after getting only seven in the ; composed of the Lillard girls and
50-meter backstroke and
loss to Delta Drug. Pete a } Misses Kafka and O'Leary.Mrs. .
50-meter breast stroke.
6-4 forward has laced 94 pointsin Joan Glaraton coordinator
nine contests for an averageof Iii Mike Fitzpatrick swimmingfor of the swim meet estimated
10.4 points per game. the Navy Jax Swim Team almost 100 young swimmers par-
The Fliers have been drillingin took top honors in the men's ticipated in the event with seven
points at a rate of 87plusa Ih Mt& 100-meter freestyle. Chip Lag- area clubs represented. The
contest, and Saturday night's don took the boy's 25-meterfree- next meet in the winter swim development -
style and Kathleen Rockford took program will be Saturday -
the 13 and 14-year-old girl's Feb. 8 at the NAS Jax
100-meter backstroke. Both indoor pool.
Aces 16th.

The correct diagnoses?
Yes!II! Oscar Gray, NAS Jax

Medical Officer sized up the ,
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course perfectly.The .
Arkansas native,
Navy Captain, gazed down ..
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Fliers Bomb' Massey 125-47 ; ,. ; 2

Bow to Delta Drug Friday Night __

The Jax Fliers h, teJ the Delta cold l"klt.in the fart ten Flier trailed\ .lv>\ ,oO. at\ in-

Drug quintet Friday night and minutes of the game. Isualojf- ternussion.Tlio i /
bowed to the visitors$0.= ? for feusive sparkplugs, John Mann i fliers picked up the pacein
their sixth loss of the season. and Steve Miller came into the the second half -- th'n
Off to a cold start in the first contest late in the first half, but set shots by "'l1thr.1Ni 'k McBride si
half, the Fliers were not able to could. not add much to the impotent { coupledM\ nood all around -
take advantage of almost equally ( Jax offensive, and the hustle --cut the opponent's i : i
lead to five pointsith three
minutes\ remaining in the J m1C. ,
Marine Pistol Marksmen The Fliers could not Keep the J .
pressure applied, however --
I despite tough board work. by \0-5 LITTLE JOHN MANN soars for rebound with Jimmy Stevensonin
Autumn Laurels Greg j Durham. Delta Drug clash. Mann, who didn't get into the contest un-
i Capture Steve Miller paced the offense til late in the game scored eight points in the second half. He

with 17 points, 6-5 Jimmy and Steve Miller remain the Flier scoring leaders through the
Jax: -- The Marine Aviation titlist MAD group include, R.R. Stevenson tallied 16, and hustling first I 11 I games.
Detachment swept to the fall Kinnell, 1".L. Yoak, R.E. Partridge Durham dumped in 14.
championship by outpointing the and RJ. Christiansen. Saturday night was a different
NAS Armory for the title. Fourteen teams participated in story= as the Fliers were red-
J.K. :Maurer.MAD's top shooter the fall competition with approximately hot from the field. Fire playerswent r
was, the high individual 140 individuals shooting well into double figures aJax
marksman with, an average of each week.The bombed Masseybusinessand
277.4; of a possible 300. Nlau- Technical College, 125-47, i Ir4.al
rer, contributed generously to the spring pistol league
winners average of 1038.35. begins February 3, and any interested Although hardly playing a for-
The runner-up Armory am- units should contact midable opponent, the Fliers
massed an average of 1003.53 Gary French at the HAS Armory, showed much better team play
enroute to their second place Everybody is welcome and than the preceeding evening
finish. French can be reached at extension Greg Durham of the Fliers con-
the 2330. trolled the boards and led all
Maurer's teammates on
scorers with 24 tallies.Bob Tus-

.. '. .j..1.(to. !':, .,.. r can netted 18, Steve Miller 17,
II ""f..... r :Ii"" J; John Mann 16, and Pete Boven-
; kamp 15 to round out the local's.
double figure category.The .

game was hardly a'test. .
for the Fliers defense, but their !
potent offensive show was awe- ET

Although Massey trailed by as
much as 80-points during the
Filer plvotman, slams as
the visiting fans were load-
ed game with enthusiasm led by five attempted shot away from backboard and into the hands of 6-5

cheerleaders who presented a Greg Burham in Friday night's contest against Delta Drug. The

pleasurable eyeful if one got tired Fliers fell to the visitors; 93-82, although Burham and Ste-
of the court action. venson accounted for 30 points

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