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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1969
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Put>IUh.l bj tht Holt PuN 1.tIN Company a pf vM.firm.Opinion.>pr ....4 bj Ui.publlatur and nrlUra AMMO v*Ulr om and not to cooaldoftd"an offtclal I axprtmlon of. MJtnlUta Monday evening at the Building 3 gymnasium here at the Naval Air
/}dcpartaant.Tht tootanne of advattUmitnta thl'publication do..pal..nWlut..n etIdoraeDlent"of III1I111UIarJ department of tile producU of pervlc.dv..d.VOL.
26 NO. 45 u.S.NAVAL AJIf STAT'ON./ JACICSOHV'I..U. FLORIDA FEBRUARY 13 1 i 1969 I Station.
Four district champions will be vying for a berth in the All Navy

tourney which begins February 24, here.
ChiefBillet Jax Navy is currently competing in the Sixth Naval District tourney
Top which began Monday at the Albany,Ga.,Naval Air Station gymnasium.
Other teams represented at the district are NAS Glynoo, Ga.,
NAS Cecil Field; NAS Memphis; Naval Base Charleston, S.C.;
SetFor lq' Commander Mine Atlantic Fleet Charleston, S.C.;
R'! Commander Fleet defending champion Chief of Naval
Air Basic Training,FIi.S.ftf hStNj\S Albany.
AtlanticA "" The Fifth Naval D i : / ?rway at Norfolk, the Eighthat
Corpus Christi!, Texas 4/q.ttfJ/ibnih.at San Juan, Puerto Rico.

new post in the Navy, that, These winners,will advance into Mr, bnQrAtUntic' Regional! with the
of Master Chief Petty Officerof Sixth Naval District champion.
the Navy, was established In While NAS Jacksonville is hosting their Regional,the North Atlantic
1966 to assist the Chief of Naval J Region will be held in Newport, R.I., the WestCoast Region in Long
Operations with problems faced Beach, Calif., and the WestPac Region at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
by the enlisted man and aid him t' Monday night's games are scheduled for 6 and 8 p.m. at the gym.
c with suggestions.This Drawings will be held during the day and the double elimination

year, the Commander In tourney will conclude either Thursday night' or Friday afternoon

Chief, Atlantic Fleet, has estab- depending upon the outcome of championship bracket games.
lished a similiar post to cover .1 fi SubLant, winner of the past five All Navy titles, represented the
the activities of his command South Atlantic region last year after edging Pensacola, 92-90,
and basically to handle the same N a in the title game. Both clubs again'seem favored in their respective -
duties only at a lesser degree. districts, although the Sea Raiders will be without the
services of prolific scoring Mike Barrett.
Seeks.Applicants r
p
Nominations for the ComFairJax '4 > Fa L""
selectee are now being ac- '1E" Readiness Conference

cepted to comply with the selec- ?
tion of the man to fill this post.
Besides attaining the positionof Plans NARF Workload
master chief in his rate, all aNEW
nominees must be married,completed -
Sax -- Military and civilian planners from across the country are
20 active service,
.i years in Jacksonville' this week to allocate workload requirements for the .
four in grade E-9,
years pay in nation's seven Naval Air Rework Facilities, including the one aboard
have experience personnel '
and be school the air station.
grad.management a high The Fleet Readiness Support Conference began Monday and will end

tomorrow at the Thunderbird Mo-
Two-Year Tour
BASKETS -- In preparation, of Monday's opening game tel. The Jax Rework Facility and Alameda, Calif.
i The position is a two-year assignment is serving, as host for the con-
the South Atlantic basketball tourney, sailors this week replace Closed Door Sessions
C.T.
and the ster'chid, ference, according to Capt.
will represent the fleet at various baskets In the station gym. Faulders Jr, its commanding' Conference sessions are being
ceremonial functions, accompany officer. held behind closed doors and

the fleet commander and fleet Romanian Princess Warns 75 Attend will consider plant: facilities, !

f ., inspector general on ,visits to manpower and material when dis-' -l
'" "ueet. units; t'7C k "":rgw frLl "4" + *"a.' *.d rnrr Fifty civilians and J 25 Navy cussing where aircraft overhauls a

'- He will also maintain direct officers were expected to attend will be,conducted during the year.
liaison'with die fleet carter counselor Against Citizen Apathy the meetings which will for- The conference Is of particular
and serve'as terminal fora mulate plans for the seven industrial importance to the employees at
direct dialogue channel between maintenance depots for the various rework facilities,
her
Don't become trouble again came to
Sax -- overly once
Atlantic Fleet enlisted personnel l. Navy aircraft. since the work granted to main-
and she to
homeland escaped
their dependents and CIN- placid in thinking your govern- RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com- tenance sites on a competitivebasis
Is free from communist France and then to England. She
ment
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, industrial
CLANTFLT. He will also work under' a Navy
aggression. That's the message spent three years speaking on scheduled address the
closely with the Master Chief was to fund.
freedom In those two countries
had
Princess Catherine CaradJa conferees during a seminar
Petty Officer of the Navy. yes-
to tell members and guests of before coming to the United terday afternoon, and RAdm.Daniel Negotiations

Fleet Reserve Association's States. K. Wetzenfeld, who over- Workload items to be negotiated -
Jax Cited Branch 91 during Its 23rd' Military guests at the Branch sees East Coast rework facili- Include aircraftmissilesengines -
'anniversary celebration Feb. 5. 91 celebration included Capt.and ties from his headquarters in components and other supSport
For The princess, who fled to the Mrs. H.O Cutler, CO NAS JAX; Norfolk, Va., will be in Jacksonville requirements. Work will
CostReduction Mrs. B.R., Otto, CO
and
United States in 1955 after leav Capt. for the entire conference. be distributed 'to the various
ing her native Romania to escape NARTU; and Maj. and Mrs. B.A. Commands represented include rework plants based on fleet
communism told her audience of Greene, CO NASJax. Marine Bar
,
the Naval Air Systems maintenance needs as well as
the Indifference of the citizensof racks. Command Headquarters, Wash- capability and cost considera-
Elmer Kelley, veterans ser-
former Europeandemocraciesnow
NAS cited of the ington; Naval Air Systems Com- tions.
Jax
was as one
vice officer for Duval County,also -
under the of communismas
top three Atlantic commands In grip attended the affair. mand representatives from Atlantic The local facility employsmore
saving the Navy $836,000 in the satellite nations between East Fleet Reserve Association Pacific and Central areas; than 3,600 people and pro-
Navy's Cost Reduction Programfor and West. members Included Florence and the Naval Air Rework Facilities cesses A4 Skyhawk, A5 Vigilanteand
fiscal 1968. NeighboringCecil and at Quonset Point, A7 Corsair II aircraft as well
Moricette, president
Field and Keflavik, Iceland past Cherry Point, N.C.,Norfolk.Va., as engines of reciprocating and
were the other two recognized (Continued on Page 2)) Pensacola, Fla., and San Diego jet planes.

for high reduction costs.

Savings Cited NARTU's Regulars Reservists
f4 S ,
Between Cecil and Jax they I
saved the Navy over a half million
dollars., Cecil Field was Prepare for Admiral's Inspection .
witha
named as first place winner

reported savings of ,$382,000 for, Jax -- Hundreds of Naval Air admiral will address the assembled and guest speakers at Saturday's 1
second place went to Jax Reservists from North Florida, men and numerous military ceremonies will be Florida Rep.
saving $282,000. and Keflavik sav- and Georgia will be standing tall and civilian dignitaries and William V. Chappell of Ocala,

ed $172,000.All three commands were ho- under the eye of RAdm. WilliamS. present decorations to four reserve who is also a Navy reserve cap-
Reduction Guest, commander of Naval officers during the Inspec- tain, and Congressman Don Fugua
Cost con-
nored at a
of Altha In Western Florida.
Air Reserve Force and chief of tions.
30 the headquarters -
ference Jan. at
VAdm. C.T. Booth, com- r Naval Air Reserve Training, a-, Capt. B.R. Otto, commanding Special guests wll include'retired -
officer of NARTU is the host RAdm. H.H. Caldwell. former -
mander Naval Air Force, U.S. board the station this weekend ,
He will arrive tomorrow after- commander, FleetAirJack-
Fleet by Capt. RJ. I
Atlantic ,
I sonville, and Capt. C.D. Simon-
Adrain director of Fleet Re- noon on his annual Inspection of
,
sources and Capt.A.M.'McCrone Princess CaradJaThe ] reserve facilities. sen, former commanding officerof '
assistant chief of staff for Sup- daughter of Romanian Shortly after his arrival,Adm. NARTU, now retired.
ply, COMNAVAIRLANT.Get royalty, the princess was born in Guest will inspect the 350 officersand Highlights of the two-day inspection -
1893. She was later to spend two men permanently assigned to will include per-
AwardsAchievements years ,in an English orphanage the local training unit in the k) formances by the ClncLantFleet
Awards were under an alias and in 1908 she NARTU Hangar at 3:15 p.m. b Y3 34 Navy Band from Norfolk, Va.,
presented to each station earlieron returned to Romania where the Another personnel inspection of 5 E MF Jax NATTC Drill Team and a
behalf of Adm. Ephraim P. courts awarded her custody to 1,500 Weekend Warriors will follow MARTD Color Guard. Music on
Holmes, commander in chief, her mother's family after her Saturdays 6 p.m. Friday will be provided by the
U.S. Atlantic Fleet., mother's death. In 1914 she Admiral Guest directs the 18 ComFairJax BAND.
Other stations having repre- married Prince Cardaja and two major activities which composethe Following the final Inspection
sentatives at the conference were years later she was 'forced to nation-wide Naval Air Reserve Saturday, there will be recep-
Naval Stations Mayport and Ar- move again when Germany occupied Training Command: from tions at the 0 Club and Blue

gentia, and Naval Air Stations her country. During World headquarters in Glenview, Ill. Jackets Inn.Admiral .
Point Lakehurst, Al- credited Each he makes of each Guest holds the dis-
Quonset War II, the Princess was year a tour
Pf; :. bany, Key WestBrunswickNor- with aiding hundreds of POWs. site to inspect personnelequipment RAdm. Guest
folk and Oceana. During the Korean conflict, and working spaces. The (Continued on Page 2)Regional ) ,

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Editorial View Points]


.. 1ht ROMAN CATHOLICSUNDAY

SI. b'u"IrI' ('hapcl"

Do You 'Know' The U.S.? : MASS -- 9 & 11 a.m.

DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
Members of the U.S. armed forces are the best fed, best dressed, CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.
highest paid and best equipped troops in the world -- bar none! 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
But, If you notice, there's one thing that Isn't listed -- how well do TUESDAY
they know their country's history and system of government? Single Young Catholic Organization -
This latter question is not aimed at any one in particular. It's
- -- 7:30 p.m.U. .
just for those who are personally aware of how little knowledge they
have of these two important areas. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Just for fun, ask yourself or the fellow next to you: "How many
M. iilcr's I o ("'luipt|
members are there inthe U.S.Cor.gres TVtVfWw many U.S. Senatorsare

there?" "Can you name .15{tfjtjsmdiy t State and party affilia- P11 y l '
tion?" "How many U.S.'WP'r :f eriifitiv i s rfra there?" "Who was Sunday MASS - 8:00 a.m.
the second President of the Unit4d 5atVa?"'Name the 37th Pre- PROTESTANT
,sident. This list goes 4na4 infihltum.( SUNDAY SERVICES10:30a.m..

Every American shou "know his country's history and how his Cdr. R. C. Beltz receives his "scrambledeggs"
DADDY'S DAY --
Government functions. It's an obligation he or she is to participate PROTESTANT
domed hat from his son, Robert, following' a promotion
ceremony Monday. Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS commanding All Saint's Chard

officer, officiated at the promotion of the new commanderwho
Is aviation'equipments officer for the air station's Air- SUNDAY

craft Maintenance Department. CHURCH SCHOOL -- 9:00 a.m.

The Worry Warts JUNIOR Bldg. #CHURCH 722 10 a.m.

Divine Worship Service -10 a.m.
By Charlle'"Able Bldg. ##750
Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
General''Safety Officer : #
:: ''' ", : Bldg. 722.
Living is so complicated these days,folks don't even"worry straight. THURSDAYSenior
We: .. ,. Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
Worry about the Communists -- then get run overly> .a.,'neighbor; Bldg. #750
Worry about radio-active fallout -- then get posioned spraying. : Junior Choir Rehearsal1 p.m.
flowers; Bldg. #750
Worry about the kids running: in front of cars -- then drag them Young Adult Club -.7 p.m.
in and enjoy a democratic society. across the street against the red light; Bldg. #750Christian
American history and Government go far beyond what you may have Worry about crashing in an airplane -- then fall off a ladder while Science Service8:00p.m.
learned in school and So why not read on these
high college. up painting the house; Bldg. # 750.
"
subjects? See what makes your country "tick.. Worry.aboutnotgettingenoughexercise--thendrive two blocks fora

As you read and study about your country and her leaders, you'llbe pack of cigarettes .
surprised how much personal sacrifice and effort has been madeto Worry about becoming: a sucass.t en wrap the whole works Navy WH/is CM
make America what she is. around a telephone pole, "
Worry about getting the car" serviced. every 1,000 miles -- then
Become a part of the BIG team. Become a pan of America's :
heritage. But first start at the beginning. Learn to understand that never get a medical] check-up JAX 86 Has
America's greatness comes from her people -- people like you who Worry about the kids getting proper nourishment! -- then leave,
make up the best fed, best equipped, etc., troops In the world. poisonous household cleaningagents lying around for them ,to
snack on; Schtdvlt
And, one more thing -- just for fun -- how many stanzas can you Worry about retirement -- then do everything we can to keep easy
recite of o;Ir National Anthem? (AFPS) from'lasting that long; '

Jt J '_ ,Worry about$,''H" bombs -- then Slow our heads off'l lighting a
"" .stove; The Feb. 5 meeting of the Navy
The Lenten SeasonBy Worry about, polio --' then get ;crippled by a power lawn mower Wives Club Jax 86 marked the
Worry about hurricanes -- then get killed in a whirlwind-force initiation of four new members.

auto wreck; Newly elected club president,
Chaplain R. M. Harrington Worry about who will win the world series -- then not even vote Mrs. Henry Barnes presided as
for someone to win the Presidency of the United States.
As we once again prepare to hundred miles from the place Worry Warts unite! Send in your' worries to the General Safety Mrs. Rodney Dunlap,Morton Mrs. Wes-and
enter the pentential Lenten Season where he was born. He never Office, Bldg, 1 Room 238, NAS,JAX,and share them with your fellow ley Mrs.Day,Kenneth, Mrs.1 Hock John welcomed -
we should remember that our did one of the things that usually were
spiritual lives must be centeredon accompany greatness. He had into the club.
the example of our Divine Sa- no credentials but himself. man.Club Schedules Mrs. James Howell bid fare-
vior. He is our model, our well to lax 86 prior to her move to
example par excellance. What While still a young man, the Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Howell was
he did we, must also do. St. tide of public opinion turned against 0 Club February is: Tuesday, Main also presented with a pin for
Paul encourages us to be imi- him. His friends ran Brace, 4:30 to 6 p,m.; Wednes- bringing five new members into
tators of Christ; to imitate him away, he was turned over to his The Officer's Club now offersa day, ceiling Zero 4 to 6 p.m.; the club
especially In Ills humility and enemies. He went through the completly new line of entertain Thursday, Main Brace, 4:30 to
obedience.An mockery of a trial. He was ment. Come In and ,"sing-a- 6 p.m.; Friday, Main. Brace,4:30to The club members voted to
anonymous author'' once nailed to 'a cross, between two long" Wednesday from 7:30 to 6 p.m.;Saturday,Ceiling Zero, purchase new playground equip-
wrote: "Here is a young man thieves. While he was dying, his 10:30 p.m. in the Main Brace. 4 to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, Main ment for the air station nur-
who was born in an obscure vil- executioners gambled for the only Enjoy '"Jean' at the Organ" Sundays Club, 4:30: to'8 p.m.:? sery. The equipment will Include
lage, the child of a peasant wo piece of property he had on earth, Tuesdays and Thursday's, outdoor merry-go-round.
man. He grew up in another and that was his coat. When he in the River Lounge from 6 to CPO ClubEntertainment Mrs. Alvin Stone, club chaplain -
village. He worked in a car- was dead, he was laid In a bor- 10 p.m. Music for dancing will specials Include was in charge of a ward
penter shop until he was thirty rowed grave through the pity ofa be provided by the Chessmen Tommy Brooks, tomorrow, a party at the Naval Hospital here
and then for three years as an friend. tomorrow and Tommy Holbrook surprise band Saturday and the yesterday at 1:30 p.m. All mem-
itinerant preacher. He never Saturday night. "Five Clubs" Sunday. bers participated with con-
wrote a book. He never heldan Here then, is our example.The The Rock of Gibraltar of the There will be a special serv- tributions of cakes and cookies.
office. He never owned a great humility and extra- jazz world, Count Basic and his ed in the dining room, Mondays, The club also voted to cosponsor -
home. He never had a family. ordinary obedience of the Son of world famous orchestra,will be Tuesdays Wednesdays."The the Jacksonville Naval Hospital's -
| He never went to college. He God should be the virtues we on stage Tuesday evening for the Clubs" will be the music "Welcome Aboard" pro-
> never put his foot inside a big strive to cultivate during the Mardi Gras Ball. Admission to makers at the Chief's Club tomorrow ject for wounded Vietnam veterans -
' city. He never travelled two forty days of Lent. the gala event will be by ticket night and"Mark Castle" reporting there.
only. Reservations can be made will be on stage Saturday night. Jax 86' next meeting is scheduled -
for Feb. 19 in 716
Bldg.
by contacting the club. Menu specials Include prime
New happy hour schedule for rib roast Sunday; fried chicken at 7:30 p.m.NARTU .

, Tuesday; rib eye steak Wednesday -
JTAXL AIT* NEWS PRINCESS CARADJ ; pizzas Thursday seafood : INSPECTION. _

.,.:.:.:. (Continued from, Page I') day.Friday and sirloin steak, .Satur i" '(Continued from',Page I)

current treasurer of Unit 263, Blue Jackets tinction of being the first carrier-
Inn
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Cape- Canaveral, as well as Unit based aviator to sink an enemy
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 263 President Gloria Eswine. The Rowe Brothers will be on ship in W.W. II. For this action
Jacksonville, Florida, by.the Holt Publishing Company, a Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schrock, stage tonight. The Crystal Ca- and for carrying out dive bomb-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR past regional president for theFRA's thedral will provide the music Ing attacks on Japanese warshipshe
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box North Central Region, for the Valentine's Day Dance was decorated with the Navy
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- were also honored guests. Sch- tomorrow night. Cross. In 1966 Admiral Guest
rock is currently running for The club will be
lication. News items are welcomed from 'all sources Telephone closed from was awarded the Distinguished
national vice president of the 6 p.m. on Saturday
772 3118 or 3119. association. night for a Service Medal for directing the
private party. recovery of a lost hydrogen bomb
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Three charters members of The Standard Production will off the coast of Spain. He has
concerning such should be directed to: Branch 91 were Introduced during be on stage Sunday afternoon and also served as aide to the Assistant -
I the evening's activities Tho- Monday Evening. The Crystal of the Navy and
Secretary
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
A. Feaster E.B. and Cathedral
mas Mally will be the music mak-
He has
as a White House aide.
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
George A. Floyd. ers Sunday and Wednesday
. . and the New evenIngs held his present post since Mardi
VOL. 26 NO. 45 FEBRUARY 13. 1969 Sounds will pro- 1967. He was stationed in Jack-
About 35 million vide the beat
persons served Tuesday night.
sonville briefly before taking "
in U.S. Armed forces Happy Hour .
duringthe Is
held
.
Monday of Detachment -
through command Fleet Air ,
nation's wars Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. Trinidad in 1946. ..

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How Do You Train Bicycle Mechanics To Fix Planes? ,

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Naval Air Maint. Training Detachments Have The Answer .


(Editor's Note: The skipperof publications are kept up to date
the Naval Air Maintenance with the very latest Information _
Training of by the Instructors who teach the >-
Group, which the
; 'i courses. The equipment is simi-
Cecil NAMT Detachments are
liar to the aircraft systems. The
part, at Cecil Field this r A
was r courses vary in length from one
week on an inspection tour. day to six weeks.
The inspection announcement r NAMTD Cecil Is under the
triggered a renewed interestin command of the Naval Air Main-
the unique composition of tenance Training Group whose
Commanding Officer, Captain
NAMTG generally! and the
J.M. Barlow and more than 150-
NAMTRADETS specifically.Here .. man staff if headquartered at
in response to the inter NAS Memphis, Tenn. Captain
est, is the story behind the Barlow and his staff administerto
011",. 56 training detachments at 27
training detachment concept.) .'
'. different locations throughout the
By Chief Ralph WorleyAt
'. United States, whose over 1500
the beginning of World WarII Instructor and support personnel
it was quickly realized that the i contribute substantially to fleet
Navy was faced wth the enormous ,.1_. readiness through maintenance
problem of training farmers, t ..... training on the Navy's modern
.
bakers, butchers or bicycle me- ..... : military ircraft.Approximately.
chanics to become efficient air- ;
craft mechanics capable of main- ",':':" "". .t'' two-thirds of
all U.S. Savings Bonds sold today -
the Navy's newest fighter and
bomber aircraft. It was of para- are purchased through :the
mount importance rapidly train
numbers of in the
large men I SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL
operation and maintenance of naval -
MARSHALL ACRES
aircraft. To cope with this
9359 103rd Street
problem, the concept of Mobile Jacksonville's. newest &
Training Detachments was adopt modern mobile home
NAMTD INSPECTION..Capt. J.M. Barlow, skipper of the Naval Air Maintenance Training most
'is
ed.In community now for
May 1944 the first Mobile Group at Memphis inspects the personnel of its detachments at Cecil Field during annual your 'inspection. Large open 44 x
Training Detachments consistingof command inspection 75' lots
one officer and ten to 26
ONLY $35 PER MO.
Instructors, together with their personnel in many facets of air- training on all models of the A-4 provide the greatest number of
fully loaded vans, proceeded to craft maintenance at locationsall 'Skyhawk' and the A-7 'CorsairII' students for NAMTRADETS Cecil Swimming pool, tennis court,
take the training to those who over the world, and the Mobile Growing pains are still classes, through the Fleet shuffleboard court B B Q
needed IT, wherever they might Training Detachments were evident with the coming of the Replacement Aviation Maintenance pit, picnic' built for!your Call en
,joyment. Act Today :
revitalized.The A-7E and training of other Personnel Program
be.By April 1945, the organization 60's brought to Naval branches of the armed forces as (FRAMP). EL VHHANO MOTOR, COURT
Martin Mnar
S.
Mr. F.
had grown to world 'wide Aviation the weapons system con- well as foreign students. In calendar year 1968, Cecil
proportions employing a forceof cept. Aircraft of a particulartype Although students come from Field's NAMTRADETS processed 359 2924
1400 officers and menwithSOO were placed at designated, well in excess of 100 different 9366 student course graduates.All For Full Details
vehicles engaged In conducting air stations. This development activities, VA-44 and VA-174 training aids, panels, and
classes at facUlties throughoutthe eliminated the need for Mobile
world.In Training and gave birth to the
the post war days, the development present day concept of Naval
of jet aircraft createdthe Air Maintenance Training.
need for additional up-to-date Naval Air Maintenance Train !
training.. The Korean conflict ing Detachments, Cecil Field, w GourmetCitifi
further accented the need for was established in 1957 in Build- .
field training. New aircraft, ing 338. It has grown steadily fed I
with modern jet engines, were since the first class convened.
rolling off assembly lines at a Originally providing instructionon
fantastic rate. Once again, the the F-8 'Crusader' and the (
Navy was confronted with the pro- A-4 'Skyhawk', the detachmentsnow
blem of training large numbers of provide formal classroom




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{* : ,lie Sciles d _. : JdX MARINESBy


LCpl. P.D. EdwardsJax

By Phyllis Harkins -
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\ Cdr Johnnie W. Chalkley Jr., Carrier Air Wing Ten. embarked Aviation of athletic and camping equip-
superintendent of training at the In USS Intrepid (CVS-11)), in Three Marine ment may be checked out.
Aviation Ordnanoeman School, connection with operations a- Detachment gunnery sergeantswere
presented the Navy Commendation gainst enemy aggressor forces in formally promoted to their BowlingThe
Lt.
Medal to Lt. Elmer F. Bol- Southeast Asia." present rank last week by MAD Little Reds
lenberg, an the Navy Achieve- It was pointed out that"he consistently Col. R.P. Eckmann, commanding first continued -
to cling to place in the
\ ment Medal to Lt. Delbert C. worked extra hours in officer MAD. .
, Jones during, ceremonies on planning and supervising the New Gunnery Sergeants NATTC Bowling League. The
Little Reds won three out of four
Feb. 4 at the Naval Air Tech- loading of more than 100 tons of GySgt Alfonso Gallman, Pa-
: nical Training Center. ordnance per day and. that his trick Griffin, and Ralph Webb points to push their record to

.. Lieutenant Bollenberg was successful coordination produced were awarded their promotion 71.The
\ cited for "meritorious achievement a smooth and operable ord- certificates and will rank from. MAD Devil Dogs droppeda
\ in aerial flight as a bombardier nance team capable of performing Lt.Delbert. C. JonesLt. Jan.. 1.Webb. pair but still managed to holda
tie for third with a
AE instructor 6-2 log.
: attached to Observation effectively in any environ- is an
\. Squadron 67 on Jan. 20, 21 and ment and under: arduous con- Griffin is an AO instructor and The third marineteamtheStrikers -
Gallman is assistant managerat is still winless.
22 and Feb. 10 while on combat ditions. .
missions in Southeast Asia." He .************ the A'cey DeuCy Club: "r'4 GySgt. John McCorkle rolled
: also "made successful emplacements Nine students fromNARF.,V A- Services the week's second high series
" of a classified ordnance 174 and NATTC graduated f Q11! -ii: Special with a 539 without handicap anda
\ in. the defense of Khe Sanh." Leadership,School in front of King Special services continued its 641 with handicap. Sgt.Maj.T.A. .
\ The citation continued: "The Hall Feb. 7. Capt. R.P. Kline, upward swing of equipment repairing Price had the second high
\ missions were of the very highest NATTC. commanding officer, ryah : last week with the re- game with a 234 with his handi
\ priority and Lt. Bollenberg ac- congratulated the men and pre- finishing of all pool tables. cap.
\ hieved his goal despite 'poor sented them with their diplomas.He + tI New hours of operation were BasketballThe
weather, rugged 'terrain and commented that the opportunities announced for Special Services. .
enemy defenses which included afforded and challepges The facility at MAD will be open Big Reds1 down 'at the
surface-to-air: missiles and antiaircraft ahead were unlimited. The out- Monday through Friday 11:30 half rallied for win No. 1 last
\ guns. His professio- standing scores indicated, he I a.m. to 1 p.m. and '5:30 to 10 week,41-29 over the AOA) Tur-
nalism and devotfon to duty were said, that the men had absorbed p.m. On Saturdays hours are keys. It was the first triumphin
: in keeping with the highest what the instructors'were tryingto 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sundays five outings for MAD in the
\ traditions of the United States put across in the program. and holidays 1 to 10 p.m. NATTC Intramural League Rich
, Naval service." The graduates were AEAN Color television, pool, ping Dobler's rebounding and Jodi
\ Lieutenant Jones was awarded D.K. Soloman, AN T.L. Cooper, pong, and a Weight room are Talley's eleven second half points
, the Navy Achievement Medal AN R.E. Krack, AEANE.L.Wallis -' available. Also a fine assortment paced the victory.
, for "outstanding Achievement in ATNAN G.G. Baldus, AA Elmer F. Bollenberg
' the superior performance of his K.A. Ayers, AMSAN G.B Honey-
duties from April 4 to Oct. 25, cutt, AN R. Mullins and AN for the class. His average was
, 1966, while serving,with Attack TJ. Fluharty. Platoon com- 92.88 per cent which Is 1300.26 f'Whistling 1\ In r
I mander was AMSAN Gary B. points out of a possible 1400. __
Honeycutt. In addition to his diploma, he
HONDAMONTESA Exactly one year from the day received an honor certificate W Rigging
he entered the NavyAEAN E.L. from Cdr. Vincent G, Quillen TheBy
Wallis graduated .as company superintendent of AE Training.
commander and also honorman the Mate
,
MOTORCYCLES Originally from Waco, Texas,
Wallis graduated from Baylor
r University in 1966 with a The regular meeting of the other Saturdays when we will
Bachelor of Arts degree in Theo- ,Navy Jax Sailing Club was held' put to work any willing hands that
I tali ion an w'ichs logy and Philosophy. He arrivedat Wednesday evening, Feb.. 5. The appear.At .

Draft Beer the Naval Air Technical Train- meetings are oirthe.first: ;'.Wednesday the next regular meeting,
t. CARRY OUT FOODS ing Center in,July,to attend AEA); of every month:'at 'the we will provide: charcoal and
School, where he graduated as .,
clubhouse refreshments for cook-
prospective ,mem- liquid a
y MOTORS and Mon, LUC., Thur., rri. and Sat: honorman of Class 829 in Dec.
Open 12 NOON til Midnight bers are always welcome, neo- out to begin at 5:30 p.m. Again,
CYCLES CO. : Wednesday '6:00 PM oil Midnightr 1968. He is presently assigned. phytes and .old 1 salts-alike. the magic phrase -- weather
to Phase IV of AEA) School.? There were number' of new permitting.

See Honda's Hot "350" ND Wallis' hobby is horses and he faces at the meeting, ':which we Hardier'souls among. the sail-
especially loves Arabians.: He hope', will become old, familiar ing :community were racing on
4949 Blinding spends a great deal of time in onesr It:was.: decided:.that'sail Sunday with the winds gusting to
771 5304 Wesco'nnett Blvd Ocala involved in this pastime.. ing lessions beheld..-*weather 30 knots and temperatues in the
8244 Just North oto 3rd St.) He and his wife, Charlotte, live permitting. -- the next. few fifties. Skip Moyer took a third
Ph. 71.7966, in the Jacksonville area. Saturday mornings: and George Coyne a fourth in the
A working party was 'to be cruiser class.
..."', ....-I.. held Saturday, with work to be The really intrepid individuals
done on the clubhouse: and boats. were: those who attempted to make
c.:, 0 Only:2/2 miles from HAS Jax Main Gate Anyone' working outside needed
scuba gear but there will be (Continued
on Page 9)IEiItakLiIi1iII's )
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I Volunteers Aid Hospital Patients on Recovery Road I


_ i*Story and Photos by J03 Jackie Kobus friendship" with right along with their patients
vice; to conform to the regulations creats "instant '
"I pledge a conclentious and ditions to conduct myself in sucha of the Society with cheerful almost everyone,she meets. just as two friends would work
loyal service to the activity whichI manner as to honor the organization obedience; to respect my The women who serve as Red together.Red .
serve; to hold in confidence all which I am permittedto uniform; to be, as my duty may Cross volunteers are of many Cross volunteers bring to
I' personal and confidential matter represent; to be worthy of the require, a willing subordinate ora types but all too few In num- hospitals a wide variety of skills
which may come to my attention; traditions of the Red Cross:to do considerate officer; to do ber. They are housewives, and talents, along with en-
at all times and under all and even some thusiasm and a great willingnessto
con-, my utmost to give unself1sh'ser- everything in my power to strengthen grandmothers
I ,.,----_.---.--.... the influence and promotethe career women who have extra give of themselves.This .
devote to the cause. is the spirit that supportsthe
work of the Red Cross and time to
hdR to conform at all times to its But there aren't nearly enough volunteers as they go thorough
spirit of service." of these volunteers to handle the the day, doing the work of many.
t dR y ,.t lq i9 ey.tt"! .Y'"v This is the pledge that every numerous tasks for which they But there aren't enough of themto
s woman takes when she becomes are needed. The volunteer pro- do everything that shouldbe
an American Red Cross volunteer gram is considered to be, the done.> More volunteers are
Though it is the climaxof backbone of the American Red urgently needed now.
4 her formal training, it.Is just Cross. The women give up their To become a Red Cross volun-
4 the beginning of her service to spare time to do the jobs that teer a women is required to com-
Ift those in need in hospitals staff nurses and doctors just plete ,a four day course of
throughout the nation and "over- don't have the time to do. training. The Jacksonville Naval -
seas. Volunteers work in pediatric Hospital Red Cross Is offering -
i\ To patients everywhere, as clinics, obstetric clinics, surgi- such a course beginning
well as here at the Jacksonville cal and regular wards, and just 'Feb. 17. 9 a.m,to noon. 'Further
Naval Hospital, she is first and about anywhere they can be of information may be obtained from
foremost a friend. Her work service. They read to patients, Mrs. Irene Avera, hospital field
lr.r 4s } places her in a position that help them write letters and work director, at 772 2218.

,_ _.____. _h.'_ The course ends Feb.20 and the
volunteer then begins her tour of
a
r / probation. When she ,has com-
pleted 20 hours of volunteer work,
V : p 9" Ift she is entitled to receive her
,., 'awRn ar volunteer's cap and takes the
DOCTOR'S HELPER Mrs. D. F. Dunlap receives advice pledge. '

from Cdr. Robert Knapp, MC USN,assistant chief of surgeryat Her obligations consist of ser-
the Jacksonville Naval Hospital. As Red Cross Volun- a ving at least one half day each
teers, Mrs. Dunlap and her co workers must, and do, main- week, providing her own trans-
tain close coordination with hospital staff members. The volunteers portation and purchasing her own
work tide by side with doctors and nurses to assist uniform.

them in every possible. way. ,;cY The need for volunteers cannot -
be stressed heavily. Any -
one interested In volunteering

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EASY MONTHLY have to be done and only through
HOSPITAL ARTISTRY -- Mrs. G. L. Evans demonstrates one women with "the willingnessto
of the many 'skills that Red Cross volunteers bring with them give of themselves" can these

PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL while working at the Hospital. Mrs. Evans does charcoal sket-, tasks be accomplished. .. ,
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: Merit Promotion normally he must be released LANT, Naval Hospital Navy
K r Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
__ from the position he occupies
Policy RevisedEditor's within two to four weeks. cruiting Station, Disease Vector
Because of the importance of Control Center and Resident
( note: This is the supervisory positions and their Storage OfficeJacksonville. Applications -
sixth in i a series of articles on particular requirements, special will be accepted
the revised Merit Promotion Po procedures are required for through the close of business
licy.) filling them. Further, the revised Feb. 19.
r titiCARDit The revised Merit Promotion policy requires that agen- All applicants must be career
tiF Policy requires that supervisory cies provide all first-level, supervisors conditional employees of the federal -
k appraisals of performance be with supervisory government. Application
used as one method in evaluating training either before they assume Forms 171 for these positions
.MT4ip4; employees, since It is Important their new duties or as soon should be filed with IRD, Box 22,
to know how well the afterward as possible. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 32212.
employee has been doing his pre- Further Information canbeob-.
DECK THE HALLS -. Representatives of Voiture 304, 40 and sent job. An employee must be Job Openings tained through copies of the bulletins -
shown an appraisal of his or announcements or by
per-
eight, presented the Naval Hospital with 144 packs of cards
formance used in a promotion AnnouncedMerit calling the rating and examining
last week. The gift was accepted on behalf of the patierifs' action if he requests to see it. branch of IRD, Extension 2320.
by.Capt. W. C. Turville, CO.of the hospital, from (I to r) Ralph He is not entitled, however to promotion opportunities
Hubbard, Calvin Gray and George Patterson of Voiture 304. see an appraisal of another em- currently open for receipt of applications -
ployee.In are listed below. The Hail, Farewell
addition to the above evaluation area of consideration and closing
Put your sure thing. methods, an agency must date of each are shown.
consider any award an employeehas MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade Party Given
money on a Buy U.S. Savings Bonds received, as well as perti- levels GS-4 and below; MPB No.
& Freedom ShareseUavtl nent training, selfdevelopmentand ; 79-67 Plan C All semi-skilled At '0' ClubJax
outside activities which would positions pay level seven and
increase the employee's potentialfor below and MPB No. 83-67 Plan
M effective performance in the B all skilled positions pay level -- A February Hail
position to be filled. seven and above. and Farewell Party was held
Based on their evaluations, Area of consideration: NAS, yesterday In the St. Johns
the condidates are ranked so thatit NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, and Walnut Rooms of the
can be seen which are the best FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, NAS Officers Club from 7
ones. The ranking may be .in Navy Commissary Stores, Navy to 9 p.m.
nmnberlcall230rderorbycategories. Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- The semi-formal affair
The revised promotion tor Control Center and Resident honored the new NAS Senior
policy requires that selection be Storage Office,Jacksonville. Application Chaplain Capt. J.M. Geary.
made from the top available candidates must be tiled tor each Other new arrivals honored -
(normally three to"five). position In which interested. were: LCdrs. G.W. Loll
The selecting official may MPB No. 4-69 Medical Tech- F.W. Reynolds, and M.E.
CLAY COUNTY'S Only choose'any of these candidates. nologist or Medical Technician, Wlndham; Lts. D.A.Barthel,
He decides on the basis of his GS-7. Area of consideration: C. Conway Jr, DT Vecka-
Completely PLANNED Community judgment of how well the candidates Nationwide. Applications for this relli; Lt. (jg) D. W. Ireland,
'will perform on the job and position will be accepted thrugh T.D. Lefevre D "F" Cut-
$12,000$16,000You when relevant, what their poten- the close of business Feb. 20. shall; Ens. G.A. Marshall;
tial is for future advancement.The MPB No. 5-69 Industrial En- W02 W.B. Keith Jr; and
are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your selecting official must gineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area WOI R.E. Lucas.
convenience 10 ,A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding make his choice without any formof of consideration:Nationwide.Applications The departing officers honored -
Boulevard Hwy. #21)) PHONE .264-9579 personal'favoritism and with-. for this position will were LCdrs. R.M.
J out discrimination for any non- be accepted until the needs of Bickel and].E.Dorsey(Protest -
merit reason such as race,color, the service are met. ant Chaplain); Lt. J.E.
religion, sex, nationaloriginpolitics MPB No. 8-69 EAM Super- Frasier and Lt. B.O. Baum-
or age. Tighter controls visor, GS-5. Area of consideration gartner.
have been established on agency : Sixth Naval District. Applications
t discourage will be accepted
promotion programs to -
practices, such as last- through the close of business CLIPPER"CROSBY SEACRAFT
Feb. 19.MPB. OATOR ROCKET
minute additions to certificates: ,
that may lead employees to believe No. 12-69: Supervisory
that a person was prese- Shorthand Reporter, GS-7. Areaof
lected for promotion. Once an consideration: NAS, NARF rrr. ;,.-r MERCURY
employee has been selected, NARTU, COMFAIRTAX,FAETU- OUTBOARD
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I I I Movie Schedule 'Jttlt,pAds 1


I Movies will be shown nightlyat HOSPITAL: "PETULIA" I o

the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. CECIL FIELD
: "THE GOOD,
There will also be a kiddie mati- THE BAD, TIlE UGLY" /
nee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular Clint Eastwood and Lee starring should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville, 1
feature at 2 Sunday VanCleef. Florida' 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. /
and p.m. Color Adventure A/E ((161 mins) Ads arriving too late for this deadline will' be published following week unless the, +
holidays.The
Saturday Feb. publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must'be ,
Hospital Theater will have 15 received WITH the copy for the ad. ,: '0'-: :
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one nightly feature at 7 p.m. NAS: "SAMSON AND DE- .

Cecil Field will have two nightly LILAH" starring Hedy Lamar Do Net Sari C.s. ,, '
shows during the .week at 5:30 and Victor Mature. Color Bib- '". ,- ..\ ..* ,

and shown 8 on p.m.weekends Matinees at 2 will and be 5 blical HOSPITAL Drama.: G/VG"CNOW((128 TREA-mins.) Rite: MiiinvM chirp ((3 11.5)). e . 'e a e :; o.'.. --..$2.00' '.


p.m.Ratings: A-Adults; G-General SURE"CECIL FIELD: "FIVE CARD Per additional Sise ((4 words per Iii.-) '. e '0.50 ;
Audience; M-Mature Youth; S- STUD"
Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very t
Good; F-Fair; CNA-Class Not Saturday Matinee +

Available. NAS: "LAST SAFARI" star- /
Thursday, Feb. 13 ring Stewart Granger and Kaz A "SPOT" FOR YOU VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS ZIG ZAG FOR $43
Garas. Color Adventure. plus, To selected, highly capable Of- 3 BR, 1,1 1/2, & 2 baths, $100 SEWING MACHINE Original 0
NAS:_ "PETULIA" starring "CAPTAIN VIDEO". Chapter 3. ficers and Senior Petty Officers down as low as' $65 month. Callus Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes
Julie Christie and George C. ( leaving the service, a leading for up to date lists that will buttonholes, sews on buttons, :
Scott. Color Drama. A-M/G WHISTLING from Pg. 4)) ,nationwide firm offers a position be mailed without obligation. decorative designs, monograms, 1 1
((105 mins.) it to the Florida Yacht Club ina with an income that need never VANSANDT REALTY 3871213. etc. Just pay balance $43. at i
HOSPITAL: "FIVE CARD 14-foot Rhodes "Bantams". stop climbing. A job you'll like $8 per month. Phone 353 -
STUD" starring Dean Martin and It just wasn't quite the day for in a choice of locations.Company ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS 1946 Anytime. Will deliver, no :
Robert Mitchum. Color Wes- dinghies and two of our newer sponsored: orientation to speed Your Parts & Service Center obligation. A 1SewingMachineCo.
tern. A-M/G((103 mins.) members capsized. We are your transition. Write to P. O. PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. 1606 Main St. Jax, Fla. I
CECIL FIELD: "THUNDER- anxious to hear whether they Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809 2144 Blanding: Blvd. 3880428.
BALL" starring Sean Conneryand suffered any after-effects, since Attn: Eastern Area Manager.FOR .
Claudine Auger. Color 007 they spent a long cold hour or DIAL TOM CAVINESS I
Drama. A-M/E ((131 mins.) two in the water. I understandthat HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER If you would like to become a 1

Friday, Feb. 14 they handled their mishap RENT Excel. condition, 4 Br., 2B.Cen Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An-
well and even left the boat clean- Oceana House, 2 Br. Avail. May tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence. nouncer. A recorded message by
NAS: "SNOW TREASURE" ed up afterward. To such as 1. Owner local Navy. 264-6253. Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any- Tom Cavlness tells you how. .. '
starring James Franciscus and these'-- welcome aboard. time. Ph. 355-4834.
Ilona Rodgers. Color Drama.
G/G ((80 mins.)

OPEN &s&ss & SUNDAY MILITARY GUEST QTRS. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
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2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
ci Built in elect. kitch. Will rent FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
to TAD personnel. Suitable for Call Powell or Mills, USN
cfJuan Families or Bachelors. 5 min.to Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
cAIn NAS. TV,Utensils,Elec.Blan- Realty. Military-Free Notary.

C)) lias 100% GUARANTEE ket optional 264-6884. MAID TO WORK
; STEREO One day a week. Good Salary.
RADIO COMBINATIONSOLID 7718593.
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In -
San Juan at Niblick apectlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything: STATE radio 4 speed
that needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or fully automatic Intermix stereo WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
Phone 4406
384 replacement of all major mechanical parts for :30 day or 1000 changer with automatic cut off NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
miles. in
Come on and double check.
and dual sapphire needles. 2 Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
1, 2. & 3 Bedrooms -ENGINE'*TRANSMISSION 'REAR.AXLE FRONT AXLE months old. Pay balance of $63. Apts. Newly painted, 2 BR.,.LR, I
.Garden Type Apartmentswith
Club ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM or $8.50 per month. Phone 353- Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking.
Country 1946 ANYTIME, ask for Credit Water Sewage & Garbage includ.
Kitchens Atmosphere equipped with G-E 68 BUICK SKYLARK- $2995 I Manager. Will deliver, without Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call :
Ranges & Refrigerators 2 Dr. HT, Fact. Air Conii.1.S, PS AT Blue, obligation. A-1 MUSIC CENTER 387-2541, nites or weekends Call' _

Individual Air Conditioningand 69 FORD FAIRLANE 500 $2950 1606 Main St. Jax Fla.. 389-0744. ..
Heating by G-E r
Drapes furnished 2 Dr. HT Fallback, Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT, PS Red. IN CLAY COUNTY
Wall to Wall Carpeting and Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 FURN APT. LAKE SHORE
.Large Swimming Pool 68 CHEVROLET IMPALA $2750 acres & larger. Terms. Ph. Small, clean, Utilities furn. $50

2 Dr. HT.. Fact. Air Cond., V-8 AT. PS White 282-5272 or 2825224.. mo..3894275.

68 FORD GALAXIE 500 $2695 FOR SALE

4 Dr. HT, Fact. Air Cond., V-8, AT. PS, Red. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK1 1965 Olds 4 Dr. A/C, Clean.

iO4 I I't4t1 .:68 FORD FAIRLANE '500 $2450 Qtr.modern Mile trailers no. of&NAS.Apts.Qeao 389- Call 3888018.Mr. Madison 384-1391 or

2 Dr. HT. F..tbCic. Air Cond., yAT., Maroon.

:Box MUSTANG_ : $1995 3007. FOR RENT '67 E Type FOR Jaguar SALE Roadster.
2 Dr. HT, V-8,AT, Blue.
3 BR, 11/2 B. Trailer. In coun- 15,000 miles, new top, mufflers
67 DODGE DART $1850 try, A/Cond., have own well, prime cond. $4,000. 7256731.
95.7717789 after 4.
4 Dr. Sedan. Air Cond., P.S. A.T. Blue & White

*CN/CklN 66 FORD GALAXIE -500 $1745 1962 SPRITE 1967 SAAB FOR WAGON SALE with air 7",

4 Dr., HT, Air Cond., ,V-8, A.T. P.S. White 39,000 miles. 1 owner, recent miles. 1050. Call 387-
overhaul $700. 781-1867. 9,500
INti/AI' 66 OLDS JETSTAR 88 $1745 1072.

4 Dr., HT .Air,Cond., P.s. P.B..A.T. V-8 FOR RENT
T4C)1 $135.00 Month. Cent. heat 4 BR. ORTEGA HILLS
66 DODGE CORONET $1595 2 B., garage., 771-8123, 7280 By Owner. 3 BR, 2 BA. Ideal for
4 Dr.,.Sedan, V-8 A.T. P.S. White Zapata Dr. Officer, 3 mins. NAS. Downpymt.
: & assume VA 4 3/4 $118
L.T.D.
103rd & Blanding Center 65 FORD $1595 mtg.
SWAP WANTED mo. all. 7318 Coral Sea Rd.
2 Dr.HT.. Fact. Air Cond., V-8. AT PS Vinyl Top Blue. pays
771-7970 AO1 on sea duty Homeport Jax.,
PHONE AHEAD 66 CHEVELLE MALIBU $1495 My EAOS 25 Mar. 71 prefer 1964 CHEVELLE6 -

FOR FASTER SERVICEI 4_ Dr.. V-8, A.T. Air Cond., Blue squadron. Write David L.Brooks, ''Cyl. outstanding economy
A01 AC VP 47 90 FPO San trans. Call 389-5234PMorweek-
66 MUSTANG $1450 -
Francisco, Calif. 96601. Home end.
Automatic Trans., White
2 Dr. HT
is Moffett Fd. Calif. I
JAX'S GREATESTFURNITURE port
65 BUICK SPECIAL $1395 66 PONTIAC GTO

.4 Dr. Sed.Alr_Cond. P.S,.V-8, Blue. 4 MEN WANTED 4 Spd. trans. Fact. Air. Cond. ,
65 DODGE DART $ 850 Deliver & demonstrate Sterios PS 772-0466 after 5.
VALUES' 2 Dr. Radio & Heater & Sewing Mach. Part time E4
WHOLESALE or higher. Apply 6437 Wilson For Individualized gifts that only
65 VW SED.AN'' $1195Radio Blvd. 771-9106. you can give. Will help you carry .

PRICE TO EVERYONE & Heater. 4 HP. RIDING MOWER out your.own Ideas_ for your par-
64 VW SEDAN $ 895Radio Good Cond. $50.00. Umbrella ticular piece of ceramics.Classes -
$.50 Tuesday and Wed-
& Heater. Tent used very little $25.00. every
nesday night. Come join the fun.
Swimming Pool 12 ft. completewith
OVER 50 VOLKSWAGENS$ TO CHOOSE FROM filter vaccum ladder etc. PRISCILLA'S CERAMICS *

$35.00.7715629.PIANO. 771-7036.

SUNDAY WESTSIDE I LESSONSIn 3 SINGERS $15
Oak Hill Park by College. Sewing Machines, $15 each. Leftin
Trained Music Teacher limit- warehouse good condition,
ed enrollment, 7718035. : fully equipped, does everything, ,
VOLKSWAGEN INC. complete with attachments.
SURPLUS SOWS 63 CHEVY BEL AIR Yours for storage charge only

1150 LiMt A'I., St. Phut 711-5511 29,000 miles.,A/T. R&H. Revb '$15. Call 353-1946. anytime. Will

Open Daily 8 to '8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday ,1 to 6 PM New Tires $875. 1852 New. Bolt deliver Main Street.- no obligation. 1606
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I. a $115 Beneficial Suggestion (Benny Suggs) Check for a suggestion that saved the MINi ...:. < :

government $2,232.05 Cdr. Bill Hue, Air Ops Officer, makes the presentation. ,," ')",, '.-

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I E>Bob's Oak Hill Bonds have been increased five '', .;;'.\ ", '..".
times since the first Series E
NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIREFIGHTERS..Cecil Firemen are
I Bond was sold on May 1. 19411
The current rate is 4.25 percent, instructing deploying squadron crewmen in the essentials of
Pure Service CenterOpeo if held to maturity. firefighting this week, helping out the overcrowded fire-
fighting schools at Mayport.

for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Cecil Field Chief Shoots _
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road service pick up & delivery His Way To Pistol Trophy

Mechanic duty American & Cars
OH Foreign JACKONSVILLE Senior Georgia to take the Jacksonville Navy shooter and a 2600 Distn-
Chief George F. Bowen a NETS Police Club monthly match held guished Master.It .
103rd & Jammes Road :member from Cecil Fieldbested37 last Sunday. was the second win of the
771 9156 Jacksonville. Florida shooters from Florida anc Bowen is the Cecil Field Pis- new year for him, following
I closely a January victory at the
I Gateway.Rifle and Pistol Club
monthly match. He took the Gate-
"" way match with grand aggregate
'i ." ', score of 2540/2700. Sunday's win
r.. was a 2572/2700.
lOOK MOM s NAT SANS Bowen said that February and

X41? sSlz ,.., March will, present many oppor-
1\\ THE R.Pr' > tunities for his team to train
P Ihlr S3.00 .,. under competitive conditions for
Abor i., Sd.001'' the forthcoming district,fleet and
repo +J
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Period,. orb toTpa spring. Manylocal matches are
E/fr./ scheduled soon, culminating in
lFta. ,,
BEFORE YOUBORROW the Dixie Matches March 2023at
the Jacksonville Police Pistol
Range. Pistoleers have con-
compare know what you pay! sidered this match,which closely
get your loan BENEFICIAL way!
follows the Tampa MidWinterevent
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LOANS UP TO $600 Tens of millions of Americans
now own Savings Bonds and Free-
Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville dom Shares worth $52.2 billion.
5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD., VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP. CTR.
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MARAUDERS CITED..left to right, by CINCPACFLT for
BENEFICIALFINANCE duty aboard the USS ,America, are Dan P. McKnight ADCS;
U; Bob Meeks, AQC; Frank L. Smith AMSG; Bob H. Story,
SYSTEM l !J ATC; Fred K. Helfrich, ADJC; Dan J. Sullivan, AMSI; GleenR.
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60 GHIA Cpe. . $440!

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Fliers Sweep Cecil Raiders ; :'. .

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By JOSN Brent Kallestad Finish Season with Mark


NAS Is rapidly becoming the amateur "roundbalT"-- and it's The Jax Navy Fliers closed out bany with some shuffling to accomplish a game through the season face
sports focal point of the Navyas FREE! their season in winning fashion and Stevenson the big- severe competition at the tourney
the All Navy basketball cham- The South Atlantic Region tour last week taking a pair of con- gest man at 6-4 1/2. The Jax with defending champion Pensa-
pionships begin here February ney begins Monday night at the tests from Cecil Field's Raiders. Cagers who averaged 90 points cola coming into the meet.
24. The Upcoming tournament Building Three gym and by this The Fliers, hit by late-season u. "1. ...
gives local personnel an oppor- time there will be only 16 teams misfortune, took the Raiders on
tunity to catch some outstanding left throughout the world shooting the Cecil court Wednesday night,
for a berth at the All Navy. 93-83, and came home to spank v
r-----tim Other regional tournaments will the visitors 99-79, Fridaynight.The .
be pair of victories gave Jax
underway the same timein
I Traffic I Pearl Harbor, Newport, R.I., Navy an 11-8 season slate head-
I I and Long Beach, Calif.If ing into the Sixth Naval District
Jacksonville-based tourney this week at Albany.

I I.I.Violations IThe \ intend caliber to of keep sports on they watchingthis personnel will hosts NAS, NAS is scheduled Albany, the to meet opening the

have to support the upcoming round of the District Six tour-
tourneys. The tournaments are ney.The
following is a report of granted to us from BuPers and Fliers whohavebeen paced
motor vehicle accidents and they keep close tabs on atten- by such cagers as Steve Miller,
traffic violations for the periodof dance figures -- which is a good Greg Burham, Pete Bovenkamp,
January through February indicator of the interest that John Mann, Jimmy Stevenson,
Ken Winkle, Nick McBride, Bob
Number of Accidents was generated. FLIER CAGERS that sparked Jax to
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Navy an
This Week '. . . .3 Tuscan and Randy Whittaker season
Monday night's opening gamein
mark are currently at Albany Ga., for the District Six Tour. 1
throughout the season went into
Total accidents this year through the regional begins at 6 with
February 3 . .17 teams representing the Fifth, the district without the servicesof nament. Team members, top row (I to r); Jimmy Stevenson,
Number of accidents through Feb. Sixth, Eighth and Tenth Naval Miller, Burham, Bovenkamp, Steve Miller, Greg Burham Pete Bovenkamp, Glenn Robertsand
1968 . . . 37 Districts. These are headquar- and Mann -- the four leading coach Tom Warner, Bottom row: Don Robertson, John
Total number of days since last tered Norfolk,Charleston,New scorers. Miller has been trans-
at Mann, Ken Winkle, Randy Whittaker, Bob Tuscan and Nick Mc
injury.In a motor vehicle ac- Orleans and San Juan, and of ferred, while the remaining three Bride. Miller, Mann, Burham arnd Bovenkamp -- all mainstayson
cident . . . 102 course, SubLant which represents are all undergoing training here. the team did not make the district tourney.
Tom Warner went to Al-
Number of Violations the Fifth Naval District up
This Week . : . 97 _
Speeding . . 28 (
Th
Reckless Driving . 6 .
Going through stop sign 4
Other violations . 59
Thirty-three drivers appeared FREE CAR WASH "
before the Traffic HearingBoardon :
February 6. Disposition of .
the cases included the following*
Four lost driving and parking ,
privileges aboard the station for
various periods; 11 were assigned WITH ANY FILL-UP
to complete an eight-hour
course in remedial driving?six
received suspensions; eightwere
given warnings; seven were dis-
missed; 14 were fined(U.S.Com INSTANT CREDIT
missioner); and two were referred -
to the commanding officer ;
for_possible disciplinaryaction. .
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Nine area teams participated Brenda took twoblue ribbons for Susan Clark Jets gained a
in the Winter Swim Development the Jets in the -meterbreast- first in the 13 and 14 year division -'
Program Saturday at theNASJaxpool stroke and 100 meter back- of the girls 100-meter
and the Jacksonville Jets stroke. free style. Chuck Rupple with
came away with most of the top Tommy Wirth from the Plati- the Daytona Beach Swim Association -.
honors. took the boys 15 to 17
num Coast Swim club took the
r. Beppy Walton from the Jets 25-meter freestyle and 25-meter year old 100-meter freestyle.
captured three firsts includingthe backstroke 'for boys eight and John Corse grabbed first placein
200 meter backstroke 100- under. the 25-meter breaststroke for
meter freestyle and 200 meter boys eight and under. Mike Haynes -
+ David Zubero of the Jacksonville from took the 100-
individual medley in the open wo- Daytona
men's divison. Carraway Athletic Club meter breaststroke for boys 11
4 x Allen Poucher, also from the (CAC) took first in the 50-meter and 12 and Fletcher Kafka Jets
Starter's sends off In of Jets took four blue ribbons in freestyle and the 50-meter took first in the 13 and 14 year
gun youngsters quest victory.
breaststroke for
boys 10 and
the 200 meter backstroke,100-' old girls 100-meter breast-
meter freestyle 100 meter under. stroke.
Cage Tournament Nears breaststroke and the200-meter Rosemarie Seaman was alsoa Another Jet swimmer Susan
..... individual medley in the men's double winner. Swimming for Anderson' took the 15 and 17
open division the Orange County Y-team she year old girls 100meterbreaststroke. -
Jax -- With the District Six eliminated from the 6th Naval Beverly Lillard Jets took gained firsts in the 50-meter Robert Stillwell of Day-
Basketball Tournament under District Basketball Tournament three first place events includ- freestyle ,and 100-meter breast- tona took the blue ribbon in the
,., way at Albany Ga., and atten- Tuesday after suffering their second ing the 25 meter freestyle stroke in the 11 and 12 year boys breaststroke.Kyle .
tion beginning to focus on next loss in the double elimina- 25 meter breaststroke and 25- girl's division. Miller took home a firstin
week's South Atlantic Regional tion tourney. The Fliers droppedthe meter backstroke. Her sister o Taking single victories were the 100-meter backstroke for
here, work is still being accomplished opener to NAS Albany 115-87 Shirla Pinder of the Jax Swim boys 10 and under. Kyle swims
in preparation for Monday and lost to Mine Lant All Series E. Savings Bonds Team in the 50-meter freestylefor for the Jax team. Teammate
the 1969 All Navy cage championships 91-60 Tuesday. In other tourna- sold automatic girls ten an under. Eddie Mark Miller took the 11 and 12
now being an '
slates here February ment action Pensacola clobberedNAS 10-year extension carry option beyond Schaefer, CAC took the 11 and boys 100-meter backstroke and
24-28. Key West 120-70 and NAS their original 7-year maturitydate. 12 year old boys 50-meter free- Debbie Wright, CAC took that
The Jax Navy Fliers were Glynco 91-47." style. division for the girls.

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