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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: February 6, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 26 NO. 44 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 6, $1969



FBI Nabs Marine Corporal Wins



BurglarySuspect NAS Serviceman TitleCpl.



David R. Zimmermanof the Candlelight Restaurant and

.... the NAS Jax Marine Bar- ore free portrait at the Navy Exchange
;",,' racks has been selected Ser Portrait Shop, bytheNavy
Half of an international man- viceman of the Month for January Exhange, and a trip' to St.
hunt ended Sunday when FBI 1969. Augustine for he and his family,
agents took suspected NAS Jax ; c tVf2k Cpl. Zimmerman was selectedon sponsored by,the USO.
bank burglar John Kilday Into the basis of his performanceof Also nominated for exceptional
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custody in San Antonio Tex., ? ___ duty while serving with the performance of duty for January
shortly after he crossed into the Jacksonville area Shore Patrol were AXl K. J. MacDonald of
United States from Mexico. Force. In his recommendation AMD, MM1 A. W. Clotworthy

Kilday and his brother Frank, states that Cpl. Zimmerman Supply, CEP2 R. S. Morrow of
are suspected of pulling the lar- 'constantly displays an outstanding Public Works, and AN T.D.Dozzi -
gest bank theft in the area when degree of tact and judgementin from Operations.

they supposedly cleared the vault .',' .. u 4'c his contacts with civilian law
contents of the NAS Jax branchof enforcement agencies. His efforts Admiral' Slates
National have greatly furthered: the
the Barnett First
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Bank of $363,000 the night of military civilian relationship in Navy R.,!11-Talk
Jan. 8. this area and stands as an example -'
for all who -serve with' VAdm. William ''E. Smedberg,
.: A preliminaryhearingwasheld w'p him." ,It is noted that Zimmerman USN (Ret.) former:chief of Naval
Wednesday in San Antonio with 55, ( often volunteers extra personnel will be the guest
John Kilday's transfer back to hours to train and assist new speaker at a luncheon at the NAS
Jacksonville still pending, according patrolmen in learning this Officers Club, Feb. 14 at noon.
to FBI agents here. lie specialized duty. Due to his Admiral Smedberg Is the pre-
is being held in lieu of $500,000 N- outstanding performance of sident of the Navy Relief Societyand
ball. duties and personal appearancehe will be in Jacksonville to

Meanwhile, investigation con- is assigned duty at the Jacksonville meet local and area members of
tinues nationwide by police agen- International Airport. the Navy Relief Society.All .
cies for Frank Kilday, a former Born in Chicago in May 1947 officers wives from the
teller at the NAS facility and down- Cpl David R. Zimmerman .Selected January Serviceman he enlisted in the Marine Corpsin surrounding naval facilities are
town bank. Reportedly, his 1965. He served one year in especially urged to attend the
travels far have included Dallas Vietnam prior to being assigned luncheon as well as commanding
Miami so Central and South Ntw Miry Secretary Asks AN Herd Aid"As' to NAS Jax'and has been with officers and, department heads.

America.Federal"Agents. r a t '........ ..........""- ,'" ..:; may
assume the
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In Dallas I office
recovered -
4 as joining with Admiral Moorer and
i in Jacksonville* For his achieve. phoning the Navy Relief Office '
a large amount of money, Secretary of the Navy I rejoin General Chapman to build on
Zimmerman will be 772-3515 389-5308 later
ments.Cpl or not
about-$282,000 in a safety deposit theJ'JaYJand', 'Marine team these I
Corps _long"standing.. elements of
: awarded $10 certificate
a gift to than Feb.,11.
box at a Dallas bank., The box was for the third time with great success. The value of.the flexibility !
registered to John Kilday who also pride and a strong sense of an- and mobility of our Navy ..- s
had $2,000 on him when- he was' ticipation. This team is second and Marine Corps forces is
picked up.Normally. to none and ,enjoys universal demonstrated daily, not only in
only a small amountof respect for its professional competence Southeast Asia, but all around the ,
money is kept at the base facility desire for excellenceand globe. -A ',
but the larger amount had dedication to the ideals of "The challenges ahead of us are '' i
been taken there the previousday our nation. great, especially that of adapt- '' ,
to cash payroll checks. "I pledge my best efforts in ing seapower to the rapid changes -

of technology international JJU Ak'
relations. I count on each of you
for the same loyal support and
assistance you so ably and will-
ingly gave my predecessors. I I I1c
r am confident that as we strive
together toward our common
goals we will continue the Navy/ a
;, Marine record of outstanding i4 y

; 1 /h";) ::' service to our country. I am
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proud to be aboard.
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: 1'1'J: 'iTS4 John H. Qiafee

Secretary of the Navy
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RECEIVES MEDAL-Air Force SSgt. Jack A. Hawley of the

Club Schedules. .page 4 HAS Jax based 679th Radar Squadron has the Air Force Commendation

Medal pinned on by Lt. Col. Francis B. Murphy,
Civil Service. .Page 6

.. Want Ads .Page I II I meritorious
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,,: >-.! Movies . ,Page II Station, Hawaii. His personal motivation and professionalismwere
...... salient factors in his selection for the award.
Sports. . .Page 16

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Sangley Point R. P. -- Two tificate after completing lengthyand marine was judged as the best
s'P newly designated aircrewmen, rigorous training syllabus. in the Wing for November.In '
Fleet Air Wing Eleven' Novem- LCdr L. L. Maloy, plane com-
ber Photographer of the Month, mander of Red Darter Crew 21, ( addition, 15 personnel received -
wrY and 15 recently- advanced enlisted pinned on Petty Officer Kappen's rate advancement certi-
personnel were honored wings. ficates from the January through
Y a Jan. 24 Pat-ol Squadron 45 March promotion cycle. They '
AXCS J. F. Peak, who had -
awards ceremony held at the previously were PR3 D. M. Dalton, ADJ3G.
squadron's hangar here. earned his aircrewman G. Dilts, AZ3 B. R. Hayes,
wings in P 2 aircraft was re-
Currently on deployment under PH3 H B. Schuck, ADJ3 R. A,
aircrewman for the P-
the command of Cdr. W.II.Saun- disignated Steele, ADJ2 D. L. Borer, ADJ2
ders, the squadron operates from 3. M. E. Hicks, AMS2 E. F. Koe-
Sangley Point. Homeported at A03 G. II. Dalton receiveda nigsmark, AMS2 C. F. Lynch
NAS Jax, the Red Darters began letter of commendation sign AME2 G. T. Rademacher, ADJ2L.
their current deployment early ed by Capt. W. W.Honour, former G. Rahn ADJ2 M. R. Rowe,
HEW AIRCREWMAN" PH3 D.L. Kappen receives congratulations December. Fleet Air Wing 11 commander. PH2 M. Storms, SDI R.. M.
from LCdr. L.L. Maloy upon being designated an air- PH3 D. L. Kappen was awarded Petty ,Officer Dalton's opera- Gamboa and CS1 D. R. Robert
crewman with VP45. his P 3 Orion aircrewmancer- tional photograph of a U. S. sub- son.Published .

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SUNDAY' MASS -.- 0 & 11 ".Ill.DAlY .
MASS I IhiWd.m.:

good education is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity. More and SATURDAY MASS 0 ".111.
more. business and industry are demanding that their employees be ( \ CONFESSIONS .- :> p.m.
equipped with a solid a ademfcback round Inorderto meet and solve a' .WO:: p.m. & 7 p.m.-7'U:: ) p.m.
the complex problems of the space age. at death of all TUESDAY
The man in uniform, of course, has a head start toward obtainingan (EDITOR'S NOTE: February The average\ age found to DC 71.2 Single Young Catholic Organization -
extensive formal education. With the various : 2 through 8 is the 21st annual dentists was '
in-service:; programs male ,- - 7MO: () p.m.
the
available to personnel on active duty and the provisions of the National Children's Dental Ilealtli years, while average
G.I. Bill for former service personnel,YOll canbe confident of havingthe Week. As part of the observance life-span was 68.5 years.h. The survey U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Interest ;ly enou ,
necessary assistance to help you obtain your educaton. the Dental Jacksonville Department included many older dentists, S''. I iikv'.s' ; ( ''liupi-1' lSUNDAY l
There is, however, another matter to consider. When your son or Naval Air Station using X ray .
daughter I is ready for college, will you be ready to pay for it? continues the series of articles men who when were the procedurewas MASS 8:00 a.m.
Recent surveys show that the cost of attending an institution of on facts you should know about machines and when
higher learning in the, mid-1960's averaged about $1,000 a year at dental health.) still =somewhat new PROTESTANT
For several months now, the the equipment was: not nearly as SUNDAY SERVICES1O:00.nt.PROTESTANT .
public institutions and $2,430 for private ones. And, there's every ,
For example
indication that the cost will continue to rise. newspapers have been carrying safe as it is today. often took
Self-help, tuition grants.and student loans may answer part of the conflicting stories about the dan older X ray equipment
problem later, but to be sure that this educational goal is within the ger of X rays. Are dental X rays' exposures(' of from five onetenthto to seven ,
safe, even for small childrenand seconds instead of the All Mill's. elr'pd' l
pregant women? three-tenths of a second for

Let me emphatically state that exposures' today. And certainly .
dental X' rays, using i modern the dentist runs a greater exposure SUNDAY
equipment and procedures, are risk than the individual pa CHURCH SCHOOL ;D:00) a.m..
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safe. Today's modern dentalX tient. lildg. 722 '
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equipment exposes{ a patientto As far as pregnant women are .rtINk IO.UM.\
far less total ,body radiation concerned, the ADA recommends l Divine Worship: Jvrvire'-,'lu.i.m.
than he receives from walking that these patients be providedwith Uldg. i'V; 750(). .<
down a street and being exposedto lead aprons as an extra safety Junior Youth fellow-hip. : f> p.IH.;
radiation from natural sourc- precaution. But the greatest Uld.t. 'fi'22.; :.
protection is still the use of THURSDAYSenior ., ':'.
es.Radiation, like many of modern modern equipment and fast speed Choir\ Rehear:-al' 7 p.m.:
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medicine's tools, is potent. But Wdg. ;' 7fiO() .

when used judiciously, with pro- film.You must remember that\ your Tilt''RSDA 1

+, per equipment, the X rays's potency -, family dentist hag received instruction Junior Choir Uchcirsal'l l :! ; \ p.nl.
bs is substantially reduced in the use of X rays. I Wdg. V7-.0 .
J Dental X rays are essential to lie i is trained to operate the Young, Adult Quh; 7 p,in.nidg. .
diagnosis. For example X rays equipment and to consider:> all .. 'qo( .
pictures can reveal beginning hazards to his patients. You cannot Christian M'ieiux' Venice. 8:00()(
reach of you and your children, a groundwork of systematic savings of decay, which cannot be seen recommend the taking of p.m. Uldg.) 'i 7fn()
should be laid right now.
by the dentist's they can
eye
What better way to save for the future than through U.S. Savings detect abnormal growth conditions X ray sunless he thinks that they
Bonds and Freedom Shares. They have a special combination of fea- such as unerupted or mal- are necessary for diagnosis and r-------I .
tures making them uniquely suitable for an education fund -- either positioned teeth; they can expose subsequent treatment.

for you or your children. such abnormalities as tumors or The best attitude you can take I Traffic I
Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares have the safety of government cysts. is to let your dentist make the I I
guarantee; adaptability to a long-range goal while still being readily Tire American Dental Association decision. lie i is the person; most
'available for any emergency; an assured Intpre ,rate wheel held to recently conducted a surveyof acquainted with you and your oral .
maturity; easy availability through two automatic purchase plans; dentists' average life-spans. and general health and he knows Violations j
s and important tax advantages. The survey found that the aver- whether you will need X rays; to I
' All of these make it well worth your while to carefully consider age dentist lives longer than non- help him decide upon his course:
using U.S. Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares ,as the base of your dentist males in the population. of treatment.Carelessness TIle following is a report of
personal education fund. Whether you use them to augment the motor vehicle accidents: and traffic -
financial assistance you can receive for your own education or to ; violations[ for the period
provide that all-important college education for your children, they Causes January 21 through, 27.
are a safe and sensible investment in the future.
Start this year off right and begin your personal savings program Number of Accidents
with U.S. Savings Bonds and Freedom Shares. All of the information Traffic AccidentsBy
is readily available from the Bond Officer on your ship or in- This Week *;

Total accidents. this year throughJan. \
Charlie Able 27 J J.I
stallation.'I Number of accidents:; through\

Did It! ,..- General Safety Superintendent .. January 19G8 18
Total number of days since last

By LCdr. R. L. Roberson CHC The motor vehicle accident you were or were not' involved injury.In a motor vehicle accident -
for 1968 has . y-r!
statistic report personally::> is going to cost you .
The little child taking his first uncertain steps i is happily triumphant just reached this office and it is an increase in insurance premiums -
over his achievement hardly realizing that without the supportof quite alarming.For and the economic loss to Number of Violations

mother's arms beneath his shoulders. he would have fallen in example, one third of the government through\ taxes. This Week ."Cft

failure.Of total accidents were caused by This I is no time for a "so Speeding .. e e. . .In
a successful venture we say, "I did it.". Yet what could we improper backing.i There was a what" attitude. Percentagewise, Reckless Driving 1

have done had not God endowed us with strength and wisdom? total of 387 accidents involving it suspected; that our accident Going,throng) fOp :sign . 4
How often would we have failed had not some friend helped us, 1J13 federal vehicles and 254: pri- rate at least equal to our possibility Other violations 41
had not some inner thought of caution helped us back from the foolish vate vehicles, 111 accidents oc- exceeds that of Greater "
venture. This is God at work through friends, through our own cured -- of all places -- in Jacksonville.No Eighteen drivers appeared before -
thoughts guiding us safely along the way of life. parking lots and 132: were caus- one can habitually or even the Traffic I learning Hoard:
Too often like little children we shake off the helping hand of God.; ed by improper backing. This is occasionally violate traffic rule on Jan. ::10. Disposition of the
We i ignore His counselling thoughts which speak through conscience, in spite of the law which requires with impunity. cases included the following:
through the words of scripture and sometimes through devoted friends. rear vision mirrors and three lost and
driving parking\
Stubbornly we insist on our own way and fall. regulations stipulate that the Sooner or later these: actions privileges aboard station for
Even then God docs not desert us. No true friend would. No operator must be sure the vehicle will either get you a traffic -
five
various periods were assigned
loving parent would. Neither does God. lie helps us up, brushesthe can be moved safely. citation or an accident. Considering to( ; an ei -hour
dirt of our fall from us and in true forgiveness leads us to take There were 15 persons injureddue the fact that 9.1: per complete five
course in remedial driving I ;
the next step. Such is His love for us. May our pride never keep to lack of consideration and cent of all accidents: are pre-
us from receiving Ills forgiveness and accepting Ills help! carelessness. It is also suspected ceeded by a violation, 11'a: received' upcl1sioI1Sieven; :
pretty good bet that will were given arpjngs; three were
that a general attitudeof you get ,
both.It dismissed; five were fined ((1 tl.;.
"so what" cost the government -
Commissioner); and none referred -
and your insurance companies is suggested that all of us to commanding officers

AX AIR N.E: S an estimated $75.313.00.: spend more time at driving anda for pos;;;.disciplinary: action.
So, why all the hub bub? Here'swhy lot less carelessness.
money Seventeen drivers were assessed ; -
This expense even though Stamp out carelessness!
: 54) traffic pol.ntpage :-:.

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise newspaper

distributed each Thursday at the U, S. Naval Air Station,

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt} Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public ,Affairs Office Box

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon n-'Monday before pub
lication. News (Items are welcomed from.till sources Telephone

7723J18 or 3119.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

concerning such should be directed to: r .-

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 M

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YACHT CLUB Douglas Aircraft Company presented plaques welcoming three Cecil Field squad-
rons and an air wing to the elite "Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club" that gained its first members on the west
coast. Carrier Air Wing Ten, VA-36, VA-66, and VA-106 were the first east coast units to receive
the plaque. ((1. to r.) Cdr. W.E. Ramsey, 66 skipper;Cdr J.A. Chalbeck,Air Wing Ten skipper; L.E. .
Gray from Douglas; Cdr. W.L. Clark, 106 skipper and Lcdr C.E. Williams, representing 36's skipper.

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ANOTHER DISTINGUISHED MARAUDER The photo wasn't back
Watch the/ Afterburner next week for a detailed I last week, so we didn't mention Lcdr Douglass L. Van Arden,who
was section leader when Lt. Charles A. Cook earned a Distinguished
Cross night mission to aid downed wingman. Van
Flying on a a
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breakdown on how we did In FOD-prevenf/on/ last year. Arden received the same award for the same night's Jeopardous
exposure to enemy ground fire on the same occasion.


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I>::; ...Reenlistment CornerHMC I New Pay Plan Developed For



L.E. DUFRAIN, DIsease 9a Federal Blue Collar SupervisorsThe

Control Center, re- r
enlisted Jan. 29 for four
met* years service. U.S. Civil Service Commission tInder the plan, regular supervisory of relating supervisory pay to I
r n 4t has announced a new pay employees will be paid the pay of the jobs supervised
plan for supervisors in Federal from a 19-grade schedule separate approximates the differentials ,
trade craft, and labor occupa- from the schedule estab- that are found for such jobs in

tions, to facilitate the transition lished through area wage sur- ,private employment.
i from individual agency pay sys- veys for non-supcrvLsory em- Pay for supervisory grades 11
tems to the Coordinated Federal ployees. Each supervisory grade through 18 has as its base the
t I Wage System. has five step rates, a range representing amount paid at the. third step
The coordinated system was an effort to reflect rate in supervisory grade 10,
initiated this year to insure the nature of the pay arrangements to which is added a percentageof
hourly wage employees within found in private employ- the difference between that
( each local wage area equal pay ment for such supervisory po- rate and the third step rate of
ADJ I J.E. OWEN, NARF, for substantially equal work and sitions. supervisory grade 19. The difference -
was sworn in for six more pay distinctions in keeping with Supervisory pay for grade one ranges from 5 per cent
years by Capt. C.T. Faul- work distinctions. through 10 is computed by taking at supervisory grade 11 to 82.8
ders, NARF CO, Jan. 28.AKAN The supervisory pay plan was specified pay rates for corresponding per cent at supervisory 18.
.,. developed on the basis of a spe- non-supervisory grades Pay for supervisory grade 19 is
AC3 cial survey conducted among and adding a differential that set so that the third step rate
L.K. GOEN, admin
istered his was large private employers who hire amounts, 30 per cent of the equals the starting pay for General -
six years reen- substantial numbers of trade and second step rate of non-super Schedule grade GS-14.
listment oath by LCdr. M.D. labor supervisors. visory grade 10. This method The GS-14 rate to be used
Burnside, Jan. 18.I between now and the General
.
Schedule pay adjustment in July
Club SchedulesOfficer's 1969 will reflect the full comparability -
J level of GS rates rath-
er than the halfway-to-compara-'

Club star tomorrow night, "The 5 bility rate for GS-14 that is now
Clubs' will perform Saturday and in effect. Based on the Bureauof
Tonight is "Beefeaters Night" "The 8 Balls" will be on stage Labor Statistics survey find
from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday is Sunday. ings this full comparability rate
the champagne dinner special is $18,050 a year Wage super-
and Tuesday is steak night. Blue Jackets Inn visory rates are stated in hourly
; ir'i'I H.W. HALVERSON, Entertainment features "Jean amounts. For schedule going(into
shipped over for six years at the Organ" Sundays Tuesdays The Rowe Brothers wil be the effect in advance on the new July
Jan. 29. Capt. D.A. Hempson and Thursdays, from 6 to 10 p.m. music makers tonight. The Cry- 1969 General Schedule, the wage
Supply Officer administered -, CPO Club stal Cathedral will be on stage supervisory hourly rates for
the oath. Tomorrow night Sundayeveningand grade 19 are$7.81$8.25$8.68,
Menu specials at the Chief's again Feb. 12. The Standard $9.11 and 955. For schedules
Club includes pizzas for $.95 Production will be on stage Sat- gong into effect after the new
: Civilian News BriefsCivilians Thursday nights, 'seafood specialfor urday and Sunday afternoon and General Schedule rates become
I $1.35 Fridays, sirloin steak Monday evening. The Messengers effective in July 1969, the grade
Civilians for $1.65 Saturdays, prime rib of the Masses will be 19 rates will be based on the
: Appointed roast.$1.95 Sundays, fried chicken under the lights Saturday evening new GS-14 first rate.
Appointments to the Civilian Sam Armi- $.95. Tuesdays and rib eye and the New Sounds will be on Supervisory employees are
Employee Food Services Board were steak, $1.45 Wednesdays."The stage Feb. 11. converted to 'step rates of the
stead, John Austin, Jesse Laird,
and the Civilian Employee Recreation Russell Misner and John Wood- Clubs" will provide the USO Valentine Party new system by grade and lengthof
and Welfare Association music to dance by tomorrow and service. After conversion,
1 for 1969 have been announced land.At "Mark Castle" will be on stage February 14, from 8 to 11 they may advance from rate one
'by the commanding officers the organizational meeting, Saturday., p.m., the COMFAIRJAX, Band to two and rate two to three following -
of the station and the Rework the Recreation and Welfare group Acey Deucy will play for the ,USO' Valentine 52 weeks of satisfactory,
Facility. voted to continue the programsof Party at the Jacksonville usa, service in their preceding rate,
r John Austin, Willie Moran, presenting watches to retiring "The Fate 3" will perform at 318 North Ocean Street and from rate three to four and
James Murphy and Ernest New- employees, furnishing flowersfor the Acey Deucy Club every Fri- The Navy Wives Club of A four to five after 104 weeks.
; berg were reappointed to the deceased employees pre- day and pay day Thursdays. Club merica, # 121 NAS Cecil Field The new supervisory pay plan
Food Services Board. George senting meal tickets to donorsto patrons are invited to "come in will host the party and serve goes into effect area by areas
Kirstalude, James Mills and the Civil Service Blood Ac- and sing-a-long." A buffet refreshments.Dress over a two-year period, as sur-
dinner is served every day except i is semi formal, uni -
Henry King are the new ap- countsponsorng notaries pub- veys are completed and the fin
pointees. lic on the station and other pro- Saturday. The Sunday Buffet form or coat and tie for service- wage schedules under the Coordinated -
Named to the governing bodyof grams for the welfare of the is served from 4 to 9 p.m. men attending. Federal Wage Systemare
the Recreation and Welfare employees. "Tommy C" will be the guestr"v.u approved. Initial surveys
FRA Unit 91 begin in July 1968. To date,
( u..oooo0411IIIIo'0 4IIII.0 O 04llll o""o surveys have been started or
Tonight is "Ladies Night" and completed in 36 of 150 local

the Fleet Reserve Association, wage areas, and schedules approved :-
i iI IWisut's on Collins Road. Happy Hours in 16.
prices for all Ladies. In wage areas not convening
Saturday, a spaghetti dinner to the Coordinated Federal Wage
: i will be served, for $1. The Bud System until fiscal 1970, cadi
i the deal Davis Tunesters will provide the agency makes interim supervisory
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music beginning at 9 p.m. pay adjustments in conjunction .
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Sunday, Jalmie will cater to with wage-change surveys
I ;; the FRA's Mexican Style Dinner. ordered during fiscal J969. Two
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? Gaden and 'the Lazy Rhythm agency may select the method

L1111 I Girls at 7 p.m.will begin the music making tion.most appropriate to it. situa-

In areas where wage schedules -:
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A new ground-based surveil. on a wage-
: lance radar set will greatly; in change survey ordered in fiscal
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crease the capability for battle 1969 the interimadjustmentsfor
YOU GET: T' i field detection of enemy vehicular supervisors are to be effectiveat
and troop movements inpedods the beginning of the first pay
of darkness or low visi period after Jan.
starting on or
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For Revised Merit Promotion PolicyEditor's



: ( Note: This Is the fifth promotion to a position will be tion. All standards allow
: ufT of a series of articles on the revised considered basically eligible for agencies to use"selective place
Federal Merit Promotion the p> ltion. ment factors" in determining
: Policy.) The standard for promotion eligibility. These are factors
Under the revised promotion generally is the same as that for which ,are essential to successful -
policy, all candidates who meet competitive appointment, although job performance, and they
:he qualification standard prescribed some standards contain are considered part of the qualification -
by the ,commission for special provisions for promo- standard. If an em-
ployee must' ,be able to peak
Spanish to perform a job, for
Job Openings Listed example, the agency can require
that applicants have speaking:
knowledge of Spanish in orderto
Merit promotion opportunities of consideration: NAS' ,NARF, be eligible.It .
urrently open for receipt of ap- NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAETU- is not enough, however, to
,lication are listed below. The LANT, Naval Hospital Navy 'be merely basically eligible for
area of consideration :and closing Commissary Stores Navy Re- promotion. The cornerstone of
RETIREMENT: GIFT-Madge Taylor Household Goods, Sup- date of each are shown. cruiting Station, Disease Vector merit promotion i is the identification -
ply;'.Department,, displays the gift she received during retire- MPB No.:72-67: Plan grade Control Center and Resident, of the persons who are .
ment ceremonies held in her honor Jan. 17. Mrs. Taylor retired levels GS-4 and below; MPB Storage Office, Jacksonville.Ap- best qualified. An agency must
after '18 federal service. No. '79-67 Plan C' -' all semi plications for these positions will therefore evaluate the basically
years skilled positions pay level seven be accepted through the close of eligible candidates to determine
and below and MPB No. 83-67 business Tuesday., which are the best ones.
30 CMIiMS Rtctivt Job Hfcts Plan B all skilled positionspay MPB' No. 11-69 Accounting- The evaluation can include such
level seven and above. Areaof Technician GS-6. Area of con- methods as review of trainingand
consideration: NAS NARF, sideration: NAS NARF, NARTU experience, written or per-
Unto Station's lNPlan NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU- COMFAIRJAX, F FAETULANT formance tests, supervisory appraisals -
LANT, Naval Hospital, ,Navy Naval Hospital Navy Commissary and interviews. The
Commissary Stores, Navy Re- Stores, Navy Recruiting agency has to use methods whichare
The following station employees Data Processing cruiting Station, Disease Vector Station, Disease Vector Control: related to the job; provide
have been promoted in Control Center and Resident Center and Resident Storage Office an adequate measure of the
accordance with the station's Joyce K. Muller, computer Storage Office, Jacksonville. Applications Jacksonville. Applicationsfor skills, abilities, knowledges and
merit promotion program: programmer, GS-7; Wilson D. for these positions.will this position will be accepted personal characteristics neededto
Smith, Raymond J. Derouin and be accepted at any time. A separate through the closeof business Feb. perform most successfully on
NARF Arthur G. Palmer, digital computer application must be filed 13.All the job; make meaningful distinctions -
Virginia B. Dail, secretary systems operators, GS-5. for each position in which in- applicants must be career among candidates; and arc
(stenography), GS-5; Frank O. terested. or career-conditional employeesof practical and feasible.
Leigh, production controller IRD MPB No. 4-69 Medical Tech the federal government. Application Experience relevant, to '
(electronics), GS-7; Dennis C. Harry S. Stewart, Joseph F. nologist or Medical Technician, Forms 171 for these formance in the job being filledis per-
Dambly and William'S'McAvoy, O'Connell and ErmaJean B. Bur- GSArea of consideration: positions should be f filed with DID, one! of the most important
student trainees (chemical 'engineers '' meister, employee-management Nationwide. Applications for this 'Box 22, NAS Jacksonville,'Fla., *
revised
evaluation factors.:; :The
) GS-4; Kenneth' A. At- specialists, GS-ll. position will accepted throughthe 32212. that the
policy stresses
well student trainee, (electrical Dorothy L. Flamand. staffing close of business' Feb. 20. For further information regarding type
and of rattier
engineer), GS-4; William J. Art- clerk (typing), GS-4; Melanie H.' MPB No. 5-69 Industrial En- these positions, see the than quality experience the, -
its
wood, physical science aid, GS-4 Hall, clerk typist, GS-4 and RitaT. gineer, GS-5, 7, 9, and 11. Area copies of 'the bulletins or announcements things to length look, at.are What crucial is-"
and Eldon A. Rutten, superintendent Anteola, classification clerk of considerationNationwide or call extension '
is how well the
important
(A/QI. (stenography) GS-5. plicatlons( for this position will 2320, Rating and ExamingBranch. : will in em
+ Others receiving promotions be accepted until the needs of if IRD. ployee perform a higher
Supply grade and ,more ,difficult job, not
were Jay B. Sewell, helper roofer the service are met.
DentalHygienlst Needed how he has worked less
Stephen R. Price, Cary A. of Public Works; Ruth C. MPB No. 8-69 EAM Supervisor long; at a
Crews, Norman K. Brewer Sr., Munden occupational health GS-5. Area of Consideration There is an urgent need for a responsible one.
William M. Gardner'Jr., Gilbert nurse, GS-8,Medical Department : Sixth Naval District. Applications civilian Dental Hygienist at the Strict controls have been established
Cooper Jr. and James B. Wig- and Ruth P. Grant, clerk typist, for this position will Dental Department with a pay by the revised policyto
gins, stockmen; Wilbert E. Mc- GS-4, Defense Surplus Sales Of-' be accepted through the closeof range from .$5145 to $572:* per assure: than when written>ts
Arthur leader stockman; Robert flce. business Feb. 19. annum. The position maybe filledon are used they are appropriateand
E. Widholm, voucher examiner You'll be living in security if MPB No. 9-69 Shipment Clerk a full time or part time basis. valid for the job being filled.
(typing) GS-4 and George E. you have a nest egg of U. S. (Household Goods) Typing, GS-4 Persons interested in being con- Agencies have to submit to the
Wynn, warehouseman. Savings Bonds and Freedom and MPB No. 10-69 Supervisory sidered are requested to contact commission for approval all
Shares. Staffing Clerk, GS-6 and 7. Area the Industrial Relations Depart written tests they want to use
ment, Building 907, or telephone after June :30, if the tests are
772-3449 for further Information not required by the commission. .

concerning the position. (Next article, more on how employees -
Other Job OpeningsThe a re evaluated, ranked and
: A REMINDER: selected.)
Interagency Board of t U.S.:)
IJ I Civil Service Examiners for
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Florida has Issued the followingannouncement accepted for Monographer, GS-;
to fill positions 4, for employmentinduval'
throughout the State of Florida ty only. Applications for both
Take Your Copy of the with the exception of 10 counties positions will be accepted until
H in Northwest Florida: Me- further notice and should be sent
JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER dical Technologist. GS-5 and to the Interagency Board of U.S.
GS-7 (Starting salaries $5,7i2: Civil Service Examiners for
y and $6,981 per annum) Florida, 12.J: South Court Ave-
'C-N Home With You. Applications are also being nue, Orlando Florida 32801.

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I Big Top Makes Big Hit With YoungstersStep



right up boys and girls Seven Layer Sandwich Cracker Puffs
the jolliest three ring circus in
town is about to begin. All the 4 thin slices white bread 1 can ((3 ounces) deviled
delights of the old-fashioned big Cream cheese and pimiento luncheon meat spread
top wild and wooly animals, spread Round butter. brackers or sal- 4 r
daring acrobats, exciting take Chicken salad tines r
home souvenirs and, or course, Cream cheese, raisins and Process American cheese slices

a yummy array of circus style orange spread Mayonnaise
foods. Spread one slice of bread witha Spread luncheon meat spreadon
mixture of cream cheese and crackers. Top each with a
Our for this festive birth-
menu chopped pimiento; top with second piece of cheese, cutting about ..
day party was designed to keep slice of bread; spread with six from each slice. '
and squares ;;;;.. t Yummy Circus Show
14-
young appetites happy our chicken salad mixture;cover with Spread with a thin layer of mayon
hostess free to supervise the third slice of bread; spread with naise. Broil a few minutes to
goings on. In right #1, mugsfulof cream cheese mixed with chop- melt cheese. Makes about 24
chicken with ,rice soup start Wives Club Happenings
ped raisins and grated orange puffs.
the show. is .
Soup' a perfect rind; top with fourth slice of
first course. Youngsters rate it bread Wrap in waxed paper. Unit 91, LAFRA liary Fleet; Reserve Associa-
favorite food and the Red Cross
a to keep
tion, will be visiting the Units
,party jumping. An alternate Chill several hours. Remove Unit 91, LadiesAuxillary: Fleet In:' the Jacksonville. area, 'soon...
which will also make a hit is crusts. Cut each stack into ,
is celebrating ,*'
Reserve Association, ,Unit 126, will-honor the national
rosy good consomme, a blend of three or four sandwiches. VolunteersSought '
their 22nd birthday Mon president with ;u covered dish /
touch consomme of spice., tomato soup and a Ice Cream ClownIce day at the Fleet Reserve' homeon supper at the Fleet Reserve Hall, '
Collins Road 7673 Bland ing Blvd., on Saturday -
Now to the center ring. Star-, Cream National President, Rachel at 6:30 p.m. All Branch
ring here is a big top sandwich Gum drops, raisins, jellied Bullwinkle will be the guest and Unit members are invited to
with seven layers, which is cut fruit slices, etc. The call for women to serveas speaker with all local Units and bring a covered dish and attend
in wedges to be served like a Paper lace doilies Red Cross volunteers in the Branches invited to attend. the affair. Unit 126 is invitedto
pie. Finally,the circus is b rought Sugar cones Jacksonville Naval Hospital is The March of Dimes was the attend Unit 91's meeting to
to a happy conclusion with the Scoop balls of ice cream into still out, according to Mrs. I recipient of the Units monthly be held' at their club house Mon.
grand finale clown ice cream tray. Freeze until ready to use. rene K. Avera, Hospital field di- charity allowance. Also the ladies day at 8 p.m.
cones with I ruffles to stop any Make a face on each with piecesof rector. contributed their_time and Unit 126 will have their re- "
drips.A gum drop or raisins. Use Mrs. Avera said that help is effort 'to Operation God and gular monthly luncheon Bizers

cicrus effect is quite easyto jellied fruit slices or mint pat- still urgently needed and em Country. Restaurant on Wednesday 11:30
achieve. Striped sheets hungbe- ties cut in half to make large phasized that the next training Members recently visited the a.m. Ladies planning to attend '
hind the table make an enchantingtent ears. To serve, place each class is scheduled for Feb. 17. Pinecastle school and presented should contact Mrs. Attgbery at
and an ordinary kitchen stool "face on a paper doily top The class will train volunteers them with varied materials for 771-9229 for reservati !''iS. Unit
decorated with a cut-out of awild with a sugar cone for clown'shat. to render services to patients their projects. 126 will receive CCA points for.

animal will delight the shyest and to insure efficient operationof Unit 126 LAFRA their club on this luncheon and
animal''tamer.Take-home favorscan Rainbow' Consomme the hospital. Capt. W. C. all ladies should plan to attend,
Rachel Bullwinkle, national February is Unit 126's birthday
be purchased from a Japanese Turville, Naval Hospital! com -
craft shop or your local 1 can ((10 3/4 ounces) condensed manding officer and other president of the Ladies Auxi- month. The annual birthday ::

live and dime store. "., tomato soup adp1lni trative,and medical officers meeting will be held Feb. 13 at "
The recipes are tuly of the no- :"i ((101/2 condensed: will participate in.classrin- the FRA Hall, at 8 p.m.
can ounces)
Put Unit 126 will have ,
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problem variety: .. struction. your a Birthday ,
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consomme "
5 ; )
Ball on Feb. 15. at the FRA
Nugget Chicken Rice Soup The classes will run for four
1 soup can water on a Hall. Tickets are available.
consecutive money
days Monday
1 can (10 1/2 ounces) condensed through the committee or activity "
r chicken with rice soup Dash. of cinnamon, nutmeg or- through Thursday, from 9 to 12 chairman. ..
cloves a.m. ending Feb. 20. sure thing.
1,soup can water ,
1 cup diced cooked carrots To serve as a Red Cross ,Marine Wives
Celery sticksIn volunteer a women must com -
Toasted crackersIn
oyster Marine Wives Club held their
plete this course. She is re -
water and saucepan carrots.combine Heat.soup Stir, saucepan mix soups, water quired to work at least one half Your country. bi-monthly meeting Monday at
8 with President Carol
and Heat. Stir and p.m.,
now and then. Garnish with oys- spice. now day a week, providing her own
then. Serve with celery stick transportation and purchasingher Scoppe presiding.
crackers. Makes 2 to 3 serv-
ter :
stirrers. Makes 4 servings. own uniform. Plans were made to have a
r ings. ,- game night at the next meetingFeb.
Trained volunteers who have 17 at 8 p.m. All enlisted
r Ladles Be Better Dressed For Less whether completed the Red Cross Course, ,Marine wives and their guestsare
here or at another in- invited to attend.
SPECIAL stallationare urged to volunteer 'yh Following the meeting, refreshments -
PURCHASE il BrNd Ni JaNr
.. SinpUs their services. fSrrp."'
served Jean
4' were by
d : SPIN 'U-t 0",,,
: If you have some spare time : Parks and Deloris Madigon."MOTORS.
SNOTS and would like to serve as a Red : 01I. -
$!! Cross volunteer,contact die Hospital ..
SM12Oftg. Red Cross, 772 ,2218. r

Priced_ 1740 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK Nearly 10,000,000 Americansare I w
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$14-$20 signed up under the Payroll '\.
: Linger! Sports Casual Cocktail
Savings Plan for the regu Buy U.S. Savings Bonds
_. lar purchase of U. S. Savings
& Freedom SharesNEW.ENLARGED
Bonds.

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63 Studebaker.$340" ;'
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LCpl PD. EdwardsTwo store at MAD. The department
will be open Monday thru Friday
gunnery sergeants have from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. ac-
been awarded Meritorious Masts cording CWC>-2 L.G. Vincent.
for outstanding performance of
duties at Marine Aviation Detach- GySgt. Duncan Langlands has
,. ment. GySgt. John Maurer and taken over as Personnel Chief
GySgt. Lloyd Voyles were cited replacing GySgt. J.W. Mueller
for their efforts at the Marine who has moved to the Adjutant's
Mechanical School (MarMech) Office to assume duties as Detachment -
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and Command Special Services, Admin Chief. GySgt.
arrived here from
r respectively. Langlands
f-- GySgt Maurer, although unfamiliar MAG-13 in Chu Lai. RVN.
d
E V with his duties used MAD Sports
r imagination and initiative to Improve Two of the MAD bowling teams
the testing procedures and jumped to an early lead in the
curriculum at the school. In NATTC Intramural bowling lea-
addition he set a first in the gue. In first round play the
J ) Physical Readiness Test, taken Little Reds and the Devil Dogs
by all Marines, by being the won all four points from their
first at MAD to score '.'out opponents to tie for first place. .
staooi ng." The third marine team, the
GySgt. Voyles serving as Strikers, were forced to forfeit.

..... NCOIC of the Special Services Sgt. Maj. T.A. Price and SSgt.
;. "'.-..,.'. ."j.< ',. ," displayed exceptional leadershipin J.W. Turner had high games for
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reorganizing the section, get- the marines with scores of 226
PROMOTION ,_- Doctor Robert M. Trent was promoted to the rank of lieutenant commander in ting new equipment, repairingold including their handicap.The .
a ceremony last week in the office of Cdr. Howard P. Summers, commanding officer, VW 4. equipment, and was in- MAD "Big Red" basket-
LCdr. Trent and his wife, the former Judi McDonald, and their three children reside in OrangePark. strumental setting up a weight ball still winless after four will
, efforts have made for that first
10 MINUTE TOLL IN room. His be searching win
ACCIDENTS the area a source of pride for tonight against the ACA) Tur-
'.. Every 10 minutes accidentskill the command. keys. The Turkeys were three
rmJak mill's two persons and injure 200, New hours of operation have point victors over the"Big Reds"In
according to the National Safe been set up for the Cash Sales an earlier encounter.
ty Council. Ten minutes worthof
NURSERY and KINDERGARTENSTATE accidents cost Americansmore
"" than $400,000.

LICENSED,'BONDED AND INSURED
SPECIALIZING IN PERSONAL CARE
INFANTS, PRE-SCHOOL, AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE, HONDAMONTESA
(ALL AGES) eUahll-
HOT BALANCED MEALS

Hour, day, night or weekly rates MOTORCYCLES .I 4
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Convenient to Cedar Hills, Oak Hills and Wesconnett.

5105 Dugdale Road 771-5173 !'.
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CYCLES CO. $12,000-$16,000 f

See Honda's Hot "350" ..
GET NEW-CAR RIDEON1dI
You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your
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This car has just returned from the International Championship race

at Daytona Beach-the 250 mile Formula Vee. It's on display this week,

.' at the showroom of Westside Volkswagen, the sponsoring dealer.

You are cordially ,invited,to drop in & inspect anytime this week.
1001 W. ADAMS 37.19 BLANDING BLVD:
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Valorous CECIL FIELD Cdr Fran- Crosses by RAdm Robert J. the medal, as well as a Viet- medal and 'this second Navy
cis J. Almberg, skipper of VA- Stroh, COMFAIRIAX, in cere- namese Cross of Gallantry, an Commendation Medal. Lair
I Warriors 83, and Lair Leslie J. Herne, monies here last Friday. Cdr individual air Medal for the same Herne (right saluting) was a
just arrived aboard VA-81, were Almberg (left, saluting admiral) strike that earned him the ,second first-time recipient of the valor
t presented Distinguished Flying was getting his second award of DFC, a strike flight air award.


let YOUR i&I& DOES ALL THE WORLD LOVE A GLOVER ? I


(Editor's Note: This Columnis what you do In the eighth inn- Basket style, it was called, watch him some day on grounder -
JEANNETTECRISP a regular feature of th San ing when you are nursing a one- and it was very dangerous, because hit to center. He comesIn I
Diego DISPATCH, as many of run lead. You take out your hit- the closer to the body with a roar and plays the
our readers probably know. This ters and put in fielders." you held your elbows, the bet- short-hop repeatedly in the hopeof
was published Jan. 3, as the foot His line of work having been ter chance you had to dislodgethe holding the runner at second,
...kk.I.SHWlc. ball season shuddered to a close reduced from nine innings to ball. or nailing him at third.
and thoughts of young men turn- two, the defensive specialist is Repeatedly, Mays makes more
The trouble witha
ed toward for extinction. the outfielders only Is, a guy
spring ) heading By errors than some
Golden Glove Award ani-no 300
INSTANT SERVICE By Melvin Durslag end of next year, managers will defensive statistics are the most ,
OR BY APPOINTMENTPHONE In an age in which the pitcher be going all the way with Har- deceiving in baseball. batting average,may as well leave
is asking $100,000, and the hitter mon Killebrew and Willie Hor- Take, for instance a player the planet. There is no place I
771-1865 has been getting it, you look with ton and Al Ferrara, and the glove suds as Dick Stuart. His record for him in this world.
771-5953 slight puzzlement at the announcement man will be doing public relations never was unusually bad. What
disclosing the all- for a brewery. the figures failed to show were SPACIOUS PEACEFUL
star team in the National Leaguefor Still, it is the custom each grounders he saluted and those
3823 Blanding Blvd. a function called fielding. year for The Sporting News to flies he never reached. MARSHALL ACRES
ACROSS FROM Little boys ask their fathers, conduct a poll for what is known Willie Davis will make 10 errors 9359 103rd StreetJacksonville's
CEDAR HILLS THEATRE "What's fielding, daddy?" as the Golden Glove Awards and during a season, which newest & S ,
They respond, "Fielding is you note, above all, two interest- aren't many in view of what he most modem mobile home
ing selections. challenges. He doesn't wait to community is now open for
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One is Willie Mays and the play, the carom ,off the centerfield your 75lots.inspection. Large' 44 x
other is Wes Parker. [ wall, nor will he let one
ONLY $35
Almost incredibly Mays has drop behind second without a race PER MO.
.... -,' won this decoration fo 11 and a dive. Swimming poof, tennis court,
straight years. As far back as The kind of program a man shuffleboard court, B B Q
1951 coaches, instructors and a undertakes in paramount is the pit, picnic' built for your en-
:,::: parcel of other authorities had judging of fielders, and Willie joyment. Act Today! Call:
tii.: ;: warned him that if he ever want- Mays has been getting points for EL VCRANO MOTOR COURT
: ed to stick in the major leagues, this for 11 years. Mr. F. S. Martin Manager
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; ,'l' he would have to give up that During his whole existence in .. 359.2924 ,
funny way of catching the base- center field, Mays has been a For Full Details .
\ ball. gambler. With a runner on first,

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Finance. Pay everything you owe and repay HFC these unique and appealing villas.

with one payment a month that may be lower than Your choice of I. 2. or 3 bedroom apartments is offered with a maximum of living space
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Luxurious Spanish furniture, lush carpeting and drapes, spacious dining area and over-
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Penman Plaza Shopping Center FREE-golf at private country club

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 Well to Wall Carpeting .Abundant amount of parltihg r Plenty of closets with dress.
ing room closets In master
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 .with Club Cabanas sited swimming, pool side pool phones Front and r.., entrance bedroom
and children's swimming pool
Central Heat and Air Condi
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Private terrace with glass tioning. Di ah washer*. 0' S Garbage pick up and caain-
sliding doors, Disposal, range end oven by tenance
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MoviesMovies .. .
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NAS: "YOURS. MINE AND : L ..' .J '.
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OURS"'starring Lucille Ball and ,f. I' J-' J' 't;':.
.
I henry Fonda.Color Comedy.G/E \; '7. (: ,:/ t ,.
will be :shown' nightlyat ((119 mins.) "''-.., /; "
Av 0$ "'4. :
4" ; '\) _
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the NAS,Tljeater at 7:30 p.m. HOSPITAL: "AROUND THE. :
There Will also be a kiddie mat- WORLD IN EIGIITY DAYS"
inee at 2 Saturday and CECIL Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950. Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
p.m. a FIELD "MISSIONMARS"
regular feature 2 : Florida, 32210, to arrive not, later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday. '1
at p.m. Sun- Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
day and holidays. Monday, Feb. 10 publisher 'is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
The Hospital"Heater will have be received WITH the copy for the ad.
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. NAS: "THUNDERBALL"star-
Cecil Field will have two nightly ring Sean Comiery and Claudine Do Net Send Cask
shows during, the week at :5:30: Anger. Color 007 Drama.A-M/E
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be ((131: min .)
shown on weekends at 2 and HOSPITAL: "YOURS. MINE Rate: MiainiM charge ((3 lines). . .. e e .$2.00
5 p.m. AND OURS"

Ratings: A-Adult; G-Ceneral CECIL' FIELD;' HANG 'EM. Per additioRttl lice ((4 words .per II..). . e e 0.50IN
Audience; M-Matured Youths:: ; S- HIGH"

Superior; E-Excellent; VC-Very Tuesday, Feb. I 11 I
Good; C-Good; F-Fair; CNA -

Class Not Available. NAS: UTIlE GOOD, TIlE BAD, CLAY COUNTY WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear SALES EXECUTIVE
,TIlE UGLY" starring aim Eastwood Big( Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Large National Life Insurance

Thursday, ,Feb.. ,6' .. ) and Lee VanCleef. Color acres &. larger. Terms. Ph. Jammes Rd. Turn., & Unfurn. Company desires applicants for
NAS "MISSION MARS"J Outdoor Adventure. A/E ((161 282-5272 or 2825224.) Apts. Newly painted, 2 BR., LR, executive sales position for local
: starring mins.) Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking. area. Guaranteed Income level
Darren McGavIn and Nick HOSPITAL: "T IllI N D E R- MILITARY GUEST QTRS. Water, Sewage &. Garbage with bonus for first 3 years.Out-
Adams. Color Science Fiction.' BALL" 2 Br. Furn Apt. A/C Furn. Only $85 Mo. for 11l urn. Call standing fringe benefits program,
G/G ((91 ruins.; .
) CECIL FIELD: "AROUND THE Built In elect. kitch. Will rent 387.2541, nites or weekends Call unlimited Income and advance-
(HOSPITAL: "HERE WE GO WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS" to TAD personnel., Suitable for 389-0744. ment. Company has thousands
ROUND TIlE MUlJ3ERRYDlISll"
Families or Bachelors. 5 min. policy holders in local area.
:starring. Barry Evans and Judy Wednesday, Feb. 12 62 VW
to NAS. TV,Utensils,Elec.Blan-.. Large percentage of leads sup-
Geeson. Color 'Comedy. A/E ((96 NAS: uFIV CARD TUD" star- ket optional.264-6884. Payoff $280 69 125cc. Cycle- plied. ,Home office training pro-
mins.) $234 After 5 call '737-1451.
ring Dean Martin, Robert Mit-: ',. SINGER, gram. Applications are par-
CECIL
FIELD "FROM RUSSIA "
: drum andlnger Stevens. Color GOLDEN SEW ticularly desired from military

WITH LOVE" starring Sean Western. A-M/G ((121 mins) Like New, 4 dr. desk. Does HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER officers interested in living in
and Lottie
Connery Lenya. Color
HOSPITAL: uTIlE,GOOD.TIlE all this without attachments:But- Excel. condition, 4 Br., 2B.Cen- Jacksonville and surrounding
007 :
Drama. A/E ((115 mins.)
BAD, THE UGLY" tonholes, fancy designs, blind tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence. communities. If interested contact -

Friday, Feb. 7 CECIL FIELD:"YOURS-MINE hems, overcasts, winds bobbin Rolling !Hills! area 781-3680 any- :
AND OURS" time. Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co.
through needle. Bal. $41 $5.20mo.
NAS: "HANG 'EM I lIGHt' starring or
Free home trials. 77--8211
Clint Eastwood and Inger DIAL TOM CAVINESSIIf 807 Universal Marion Bldg.
Dealer. 6431 Wilson Blvd.
Stevens. Color Western. A-M/ U. S. Savings Bonds and you would like to become a Jacksonville 32202
VG ((114 mins.) Freedom Shares are "indestrue- FOR SALE Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- All replies confidential.NEW .
HOSPITAL: "MISSION MARS" tible" any that are lost, stolen 1961 Lincoln Continental Conv. nouncer. A recorded
CECIL. FIELD: "LIVE FOR or destroyed will be replaced Clean, Leather & Air.$775.Or? Tom Caviness tells me sage by WIFE
how.
.00
LIFE" starring Yves Montand by the Treasury. Call Cecil Ext. 8163.: Ph. 355-4834. Left him with a.Singer Golden

and Candice Bergen. Color ------------------- Sew Automatic Zig Z&g Sewing
Drama. A/E (UK) mins.) r----- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Machine. Only 3. months old witha

Saturday, Feb. 8 I OPEN F* SUNDAY Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & four-drawer desk. M.1kesfancy
FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. patterns, buttonholes, blind-
NAS: "AROlfND THE WORLD I Call Powell or Mills, USN hems-monograms, sews on buttons -
IN EIQIITY DAYS" starring I Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park etc. Only $39 or terms
David Niven and Cantir 1a .Color I'.u Realty. Military-Free Notary.VA $5: per mo., See at: 7271 103rd
Adventure. G/S ((178 mins.) St. for free home trial,771-1850.

HOSPITAL: "HANG 'EM I ,i.l;.'.." & FHA REPOSSESSIONS 4 BURNER ELEC. STOVE

1 IIIGI' f i"m, :' I / -' Irl 1OO GUARANTEE :3 BR, 1,1 1/2, & 2 baths $100 W/Timer, $75. 28,000 BTU A.C. )
CECIL FIELD: "HERE WE GO; :
down low $65 month. Call
as as $175. Both in Excel. Cond. 772-
ROUND TIIEMIILBERRYBISII" We nave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In us for up to date lists that will 0409.
Saturday MatineeNAS"AFRICATEXAS npi rtlori. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything be mailed without obligation.
thiil needed It. And guaranteed them; 100% for the repair or VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213. AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE
STYLE" replacement of nil major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000
I mllea. Come on In and double check. Asst'd greenware on sale 'at 25%
ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
starring Hugh O'Brian and John off regular price. Hours Tues.:
Mills. Color Drama, and,uCAP I ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE I Your Pans &. Service Center & Wed. 9:00 to 4:00 &. 7 to 10:00.
TAIN VIEDO", Chapter 112. (IOC I ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. Technique class now underway.

mins.) 2144 Blanding Blvd.. 3880428. Priscilla's Ceramics: 7121
69 FORD FAIRLANE 500 $2995 Shindler Dr., 771-7036.:

2 Dr. HT, Pastback, Pact. Air Cond., V-8, AT, PS. Red. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK1

68 BUICK SKYLARK $2995 Otr., Mile no. of NAS. Clean FOR SALE-HONDA 305:
,modern trailers & Apts. 389- Dream-W/S, Bag, Turn sigs:,
FURNITUREVALUES' 2 Dr. liT. Fact. Air Cond., v-8. PS, AT, Blue 3007. _
excel. Cond.$400.Cecil Ext. 8103or

68 CHEVROLET IMPALA $2795 STEREO 764-7361.

2 Dr. HT Fact.. Air Cond., V-8, AT PS White RADIO COMBINATION LAKESHORE TURN. APT.
WHQLESALE SOLID STATE radio 4 speed
PRICE TO EVERYONE 68 FORD GALAXIE 500 $2695 fully automatic Intermix stereo Small,clean. ,Utilities Turn.,
Conv. to NAS, 3894275.FOR '
4 Dr. HT, Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT PS, Red. changer with automatic cut off

OPEN '68 FORD FAIRLANE 500 $2495 months and dual old.sapphire Pay balance needles.$63.2 SALE 1965: FRIGIDAIRE

EVERYDAY 2 Dr. HT. Piistback. Air Cond.. V-8, AT, Maroon.". or $8.50! per month. Phone :3531946 :J- Freezer, 20 cu., ft., Test type.

67 MUSTANG ANYTIME, ask for Credit 388-8018.
9-9 $19951 Manager. Will deliver, without
Dr. HT, VAT, Blue. '65! SUPER SPORT IMPALA
12 I obligat ion. A -1 MUSIC CENTER

SUNDAY'TIL 6p.m. j 67 DODGE DART $1895 1C06()( Main St. Jax Fla. 4Spd.Console., Trans.Tadi, 781-9305., Bkt. !Seats, &. .

I 1'4 Dr. Sedan, Air Cond., P.S. A.T. Blue & White
ZIG ZAG FOR $-1:1: 1962 CHEVY BEL AIR
500 $1745
66 FORD GALAXIE
SURPLUS GOODS SEWING MACHINE Original 2 Dr., lit., W/Auto trans. By
4 Dr., HT, Air Cond., V-8, A.T. P.S. White Guarantee, Zfg Zags, makes orig. Owner. Exc. Cond., Best

DISCOUNT STORE 66 DODGE CORONET ., '$1595 buttonholes, sews on buttons, Offer. 264-9222.!
decorative designs, monograms,
;035B-oc/r0/vd? / 724 2662 4 Dr., Sedan V-8. A.T. P.S. White etc. Just pay balance $43.: at :a 3 BR., BATH, CORNER LOT

j 66 MUSTANG $1495 $8 per month. Phone ;aJ-: : Range &. Oven, A/C Unit. W/W
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: 1946 Anytime. Will deliver, no Carpet. 5) 1/4 VA Mort a e.OO
T,,,,.., White
Dr. HT Automatic r
.. 1 12 obligation. A-I Sew Machine Dwn. Mo Pymt. $8!>.8G. 781-2564!
to- K 165 FORD L.T.D.' I. -',- $1595, Co. 1606 Main St. Jax, Fla.A .
FOR RENT !506( RUSMORE ST.
l.
D 1 12Dr. HT, Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT, PS, Vinyl Top, Blue. "STOT" FOR YOU
3 Short blocks to O.P. Elemeu.,
,t nan 165 BUICK SPECIALv ,$1395 To selected higfily capable Officers School, 2 BR., Lg. Fenced yd.,
and Senior Petty Officers V-bliitds, Range &. Refrig. $100
nQ./1 4 Dr. Sed., Air Cond. P.S. V-8, Blue
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Credit Members :/ '. .....,:;... -' .' "' ... .. :i "; '.:

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Elect New DirectorsOver


800 members and guests field of oceanography. "Wehave.
heard RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, the finest ships, the latest air- ,
commander Fleet Air,Jackson- craft, the most up-to-date wea-
ville address the 17th annual me- pons system in the world but
bership meeting of the Jax without people they are lifeless
Navy Federal Credit Union'Fri inert objects. Our most valuable 11ir' rtr
; day night. commodity in today's Navy and
Admiral Stroh praised Jax tomorrow's is the individual Navy '
Navy Federal Credit Union for man; stated Admiral Stroh. ) .
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its assistance to and interestin The members present at the Q f
the military personnel which ., meeting elected for three year .\/" .Fl

it serves. The admiral gave a terms on the board of directors .'Nt C., '
report on what the Navy is doing were; C.W. Acree Ji., manage- Hft
now and where it is going in the ment analyst, NAS Jax; R.E.

future.In Byrd., industrial hyginest, Med- ...
additon to an important role ical Department, NAS,Jax; andJ
in Southeast Asia and other areas Hershell Lee, administrative -
of national defense and offense, officer, Public Works Department i
the Navy is interested in andy NAS Jax. Owen Rus-

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Naval Academy Prep School I :



Summons 170 Applications .


Each year the Secretary of the Members of the Navy and Marine

Navy is authorized to nominate a Corps Reserves are not requiredto
total of 170 enlisted men from the attend NAPS but graduationfrom
Regular Navy and Marine Corps the school greatly increases
and the Navy and Marine Corps their chances for admission DECORATED--SSgt. Orville D. Smith (r), receives Air Medal and congratulations from RAdm.
} Reserve to the Naval Academy to Annapolis. E.E. Christensen, chief of Naval Air Technical Training.

Annapolis, Md. Reserves applying for entranceto
The Naval Academy Preparatory the Naval Academy Preparatory -
E School (NAPS), Bain- School must meet all the requirements -
bridge, Md..is a mandatory requirement for Regular Navy applicants I
for members of the and submit their ap- NATTC : eThe Scene I

Regular Navy, and suggested plications by May 15, 1969. !
r for members of the reservesas
It should be noted that the Sec- Phyllis Harkins
an enhancement of their chan-
ces of appointment to the Aca- Nav quota of 85 Regular Navy SSgt. Orville D. Smith was combat missions as a helicopter Corps has taken him from Japan -
and Marine Corps
appointmentshas
demy. been for the awarded the Air Medal by RAdm. gunner while attached to Marine and Vietnam, to the Medi-
Eligibility for members of the four not met past E. E. Christensen, chief of Na- Medium Helicopter squadrons terranean. This is his second
The
Regular Navy and Marine Corps years. reserve pro- val Air Technical Training. The 262 and 164 in Vietnam. tour at the Naval Air Technical
shown
has In the two
includes for NAPS gram past made during the Center Marine Avia-
I graduation ; presentation was Training ,
years that those meeting minimum Sergeant Smith was also a-
a combined GCT/ARI of 120 annual personnel inspection and tion Detachment. He attended
requirements have been offered warded the Purple Heart for
or higher; age 17 19 as of command review of the Jacksonville Aviation Electrician's Mate
appointments to the Acade- wounds received during a night
July 1, 1969; never married; Naval Air Technical of School as a student, and now, 16
my. Eligible personnel in both attack his base.
a United States citizen; good Training Center on Jan. 30. years later is on the other side
categories to
scholastic record; and excel- are urged applynow. Sergeant Smith received the Originally from Astoria, Ill, of the podium aan:; instructor.
lent physical condition. Air Medal for performing twenty Smith's career in the MarineFLORIST Sergeant Smith holds the Good
Regular Navy applications for Interested personnel may c/I Conduct Medal Marine Corps
NAPS must be submitted throughthe tain more information about the Expeditionary Medal, National
commanding officer rot later NAPS Program at their Car- h WESCONNETT Defense Service Medal, Armed
than May I, 1969. eer Counselor's Office. Forces Expeditionary Medal,

.1J Vietnamese Campaign Medal.In .
;. his off duty hours the ser-
geant serves as committee chairman -

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Navy Chaplain Flight Training Veterans

Chosen I
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'.YC..'. TOil 10 Get Bi-Monthly PaymentsVeterans


WASH (NAVNEWS) Lt.
taking flight t training tional assistance is limited to 36
Raymond W. Johnson, Chaplain under the G.I. Bill will get Ve- months, the most a veteran would
Corps USNK, was named one ofAmerica's d etMx terans Administration paymentson normally receive for flight train-

Ten Outstanding a monthly basis starting in ing under the program is $rSO.
Young Men (TOYM) for 968
by January 1969.Payments However, an extension provision
the U.S. Junior Chamber
Commerce have been made makes it possible for those who
TOYM during the :Jlst annual A quarterly in the past but the long have completed more than half
Congress held at Syracuse period between [payments often their training to receive $364
N.Y.
Jan. JG-18.
caused a hardship for both the above their normal eligibility.
Now attached to the Naval trainee and [ school
flight opera Public Law 90-6'Jl: providesthat
Air Station, Pcnsacola, Fla., +
with 18 months
veterans
or
Chaplain Johnson four tor.The
was times
new payment system was more of active duty after Jan.31,
decorated for
his "bravery,selfless authorized by PtbllcLaw 90-6J1: 1955, who have fulfilled their
devotion
and meritoriousconduct" signed by President Johnsonlast military obligations will be
while
serving with month. credited with the full 36 months
forces in Vietnam from
January The law, which contained eligibility. Others who have had
1967 to 1968.
January
several other provisions on veterans as least 181 days of active duty
MARTD OFFICER RETIRES-1st Lt. Leland M. Olson (r) benefits, becomes effec- will receive one and a half months
received his retirement certificate from his commanding officer tive Dec. 1 100S, but since pay- (instead of one month)assistance
LtCol. J.M. Rapp, during ceremonies Friday. He served ments for educational assistance entitlement for each month of
20 years active service with the Marine Corps. aremade at the end of the month, service.
the first checks in the new pro- Another provision of the law
gram will be received InJanuary. raises to months the maximum
Lt. Olson Retires After 20Jax The system of monthly pay- educational assistance entitle-
ments i is [in line with most other ment that an individual can receive -
Payments for G.I. trainina. Veteran -- under two or more educa-
-- A formal retirement rine Air Reserve''
Training Det attending college on a tional programs.An .
ceremony was held Friday at the tachment in May 1965 as GySgt. full-time basis, for example, receive eligible veteran takean
Marine Air Reserve Training Olson and served as Quality Con- monthly payments of $130 approved course of may flight
Detachment, ,NAS, for 1st Lt. trol Chief. Promoted
to Master per month if unmarried; more if training under the educational
Leland M. Olson, which ended Sergeant on May 16, 1966, he they have dependents. assistance:: program if it is con-
20 years active service with held that rank only nine days when Those in flight training[ are sidered necessary to attain a recognized -
the United States Marine Corps., he was appointed to the grade of reimbursed at the rate of 90 vocational objective.in
Lieutenant Olson received a second lieutenant. lie then be per cent of the cost of their flight
letter of appreciation, signed by came the Detachment Main- training, but for cadi $laO: paid,
Brig.Gen. Robert Keller, CG 4th tenance Officer. their eligibility for educational[ ORANGESTREE
Marine Aircraft WingMarineAir During his career he has earned --' benefits is diarged one month. RIPENED
Reserve Training Command, the following awards and! decoration Tile $130 rate applies regardless Phone 268.9669
and his last set of orders from : United Nations Medal; of marital status or number
Chaplain Johnson his commanding officer, LtCol. Korean Service Medal, 3 stars; of dependents. Visit and our riverfront grove
bring
Taking part in all operations John M. Rapp, during the cere- Korean Presidential Unit Cit- Thus an eligible vetera who your camera
in his unit, River Assault One/ mony. ation; National Defense Medal; takes $100 worth of flight ain- WELP GlOVESFancy
River Support Squadron Seven, He enlisted in the Marine Corpson Good Conduct Medal, 4 stars; ing during one month re( ives Gift Baskets
with "valor and heroism," he Jan. 6, 1949 at Eau Claire, Presidential Unit Citation and $90 from VA; one who takes Shipped
was awarded two Purple Hearts, Wis. to begin a 20 year career Navy Unit Commend.1tionMedal. $1,000 worth,of training( receives DIRECTIONS Welp Grove I.
the Legion of Merit with Valor with Marine aviation units Lieutenant Olson his wife $900. Payments are discontinuedwhen Jullngton located four Creek mne..outh on State of
'and.the Silver Star. Additionally, throughout the United States andover Mary Lucille, and their daughter, the individual's[ educational Road 13 at Switzerland;Store.Turn
he was recommended for the seas. Susan Kay, will reside at 395 entitlement i is used up. right KEEP RIGHT at Hartley to end of lane,
Navy Cross. Lt. Olson reported.to the, (Ma-. Blairmore Avenue, Orange Park. Because eligibility for educa then turn RIGHT Into grove.
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Navy Relief Training

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The annual Navy Relief Train- Compton earned a 1000 hour
ing course, will commence at pin and Jean Clark received a
9 a.m. Feb. 24, in Bldg. 501 at 1000 hour charm. A 5000 hour, 1969
the Naval Air Technical Training pin was earned by Beatrice Few ,

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? SpIItOver: Weekend -,
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I 4 District Begins Mon. at Albany 'Ji1b


: 1\ Jax .n The Jax Navy Fliers, hit four free throws for 10 The Fliers were'shooting for
. t into the stretch of their cager points. win No. 10 Saturday, but a ragged
r \ season, split a pair of home second half effort gave way to
:'t games over the weekend with y: Glynco's consistent final half and
.J NAS Glynco. the visitors took a7570winoverJax.
|>f The Fliers took the series s
opener Friday night, 100-68, as The Flier five led, 42-38, at
five players hit double figues. intermission, but Glynco held a
.e The local quintet jumped out 37-28 vantage in the final stanzato
\ into a 51-34 halftime lead and claim the victory.
1 cruised into the game-ending John Mann again led the Jax
showers with a 32-point victory attack hitting nine field shots
their 'ninth win in 16 contests. and a pair of free throws for 20
.John Mann continued his fine .. points, while Nick McBride scor-
;I scoring with 21 points. The frail ed 18 points on eight field goals Capt. H. 0.. Cutler, HAS commanding officer, and Frank
t St. Louis native pumped in nine and two .free throws, and Bob McCaffrey observe All Navy Banner advising all passing per-
field goals and added three free Tuscan broke into double figures sonnel of the upcoming Regional and All Navy Basketball .
, i throws for his total. Ken Winkle with 11.points. tournaments. The huge banner hangs from the front wall of
j.' fired in eight fielders and a free the gymnasium, Building three. The Regional is slated for -
1"4 The toss Saturday left, the
toss for7; Nick McBride laced Jax's Nick McBride continued Fliers with 9-8 slate with the week of Feb 17 with the All Navy set for Feb. 2428.
six goals and one chairty throw a
his consistent brand of
night's 8 o'clock contest -
for13. Bob Tuscan canned five Friday
; fielders and three free throws basketball over the weekend here against Cecil's PO, Club. Installs. ,OfficersThe ,
, for 13, and Greg Burham dumped helping the Fliers gain a Raiders the last regularly '
in three from the floor and split with NAS Glynco. scheduled season game.. The
Fliers travel to Albany, Ga., new look of the Jax Acey- ed Friday and offers a com-
Deucy Club also took on a new' pletely new atmosphere. A larger -
for the District Basketball
Sunday president of the .advisory board seating capacity is now
Tournament which. be- Monday night as club manager available with new tables and
i The ALL NEW gins there Monday. John Merchant passed the gavelto lamps. Manager Merchant points
; Harvey Allison who will pre- out that "We're inviting the casual -
. side in 1969. Allison succeeds crowd" of first and second
-
Jim Young. class petty' officers and'their
Advisory board members and friends
t Lt, b club employees were on hand The Sky Room, formerly the
a ( for the inaugural party. Anchor Room, will feature live
I The new "Sky Room" open- music on weekends.

Civilian Golf Association Begins New Year of Play

l' J.C. Johnson, President of the have membership applications.
l'r NAS Civilian Golf Association, W.H. Price won the first place
For TheMODERN linked invitation. for golfersto prize for the January tournament
join the organization with an held at the Brentwood Golf
SOUNDS of announcement that tournaments Course. Other winners were
., would be held each month duringthe Dick Cleveland, J.E. Haskel,
\\ E year for members Frank Reiter, Arthur LaGasse.
,r group. '*
The Fliers' Bob Tuscan hit Stressing that this has JlnfDonnelly. .
its the of fellowship The tournament chairman, J
as goal promotion
FRIDA Y double totals in both
February 7th'. figure in golf, Johnson named C.E. Miller and his assistants,
games against Glynco. the vice president as W.H.Price Daniel Boone and Donald Clif- I'
fi ONE NIGHT ONLY! and the secretary as R.G. Splinter ton, will. appreciate suggestions
, CUPPER CROSBY.SEACR AFT for 1969. The annual dues from.members for future tournaments I
1\ OATOR ROCKET are $5 and all of the officers I
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the Navy Achievement Medal for work performed during a
cruise off the coast of North Vietnam. His "exceptional leader
ship resulted in the squadron's aircraft being combat ready,*'
according to the citation accompanying award.

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t --, r I1N.y.. Stuart Hurls Perfect Game

: Kal's] KornerBy prominence VP-45's Don in Softball Stuart of circles local The BIG

has added another gem to his SELLING
JOSN Brent Kallestad collection of pitching spark-
"I lers. The erstwhile softball '

I Baseball's newest Innovation--.not the strike--will present itselfin pitcher fired a perfect game sHowDOWN-
Jacksonville shortly, and YOU may even be able to profit from against ComNavPhil in a' gamein
the upcoming visit of the Global League.r the:Philippines. Stuart whiffed
The Global League is a newly organized baseball loop Which will 17 batters and only allowed two
have teams representing cities throughout the world. The one pro- fly balls to the outfield lie,has
blem however, is manning these clubs I Five tryout camps in the South mastered several no-hitters dur-
are scheduled for two-day workouts on Feb. 27 and 28 the league ing his long pitching career but
will have talent scouts atSamW.Wolf sonPark here in Jacksonville.Any this marked his first perfect tilt.
interested persons are(Invited -
to try out, and especially'
1550 C ASS AT AVENUE
if you have had any previous
r semi-professional or pro ex- APkA n
perience. The workouts will be
conducted by former majorleaguers W
; Gordon Jones,Johnny Mize, '
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Enos Slaughter, and Stu Miller.

SPRING TRAINING k Coupe

While on the subject of base- .
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'ball it is noteworthy that the $2495
majors begin spring training ina
couple of weeks -- depending
on the strike of course -- and
,. several camps are within easy .S.St '67 FORD
driving distance of Jacksonville.The dra #
Minnesota 'Twins. training -
4-D..r S dan
grounds at Orlando are the do1 .

sest. It is approximately three- V-8 Motor, Stand. Shift, R&H
hour drive Orlando and the
to
Air Cond.,.Solid
Twins train at Tinker Field. A- Factory $1295
mong their stars are pitchers I
Dean Chance and Jim Kaat slugger z
; Harmon Killebrew and two- 44 4
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time batting champion Tony
Oliva. Colorful Billy Martin
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his first season at the 4 roA
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helm of Minnesota, Club. V }
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SWIM MEET
lunar .ill original
3b
The Navy Jax Swim Team hosts
its third meet of the season '66 BEL AIR
Saturday morning at the NAS

f .indoor pool. rrFLOWERING'BEAUTT Station Wagon
Fifteen various events for
swimmers between the ages of The warm sun and pleasant tempera- Factory air cond:, V-8, Auto '
eight through 17 are slated on tures of Las Vegas obviously agree with our d&rk-haired pinupof trans., power steering, R&H,
Saturday's agenda. the week, Cheryl Frassa. Anyone for flower picking? 2-tone paint.'ss $1595USED
This meet features some of
the top local talent; and this is
r a state loaded with outstanding
teenage swimmers. Jacksonville's MONEY NEW
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Ponte Vedra are a few of the too IN 1 DAY CARS CARS
flight swimmers that have fre- 84.33 5.00 24

t quented the Olympic size poolat 219.27
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In NAS.the Jan. 11 meet Bonnie $25 to $600ARRANGED 24 .
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Broyles crackd the state AAU MALIBU
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I GIANT SWAP MEET BYPHONE Payments 600.00 inc' 34.39 ude interest 24 blue, White wall tires. SI395

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