Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firrt.,. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official, expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


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Officer Selected \
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war o 'Outstanding Young Man'LCdr. \,

,MAi M' { Frank K. Ellis, the only man in naval history to retain an '
U ?: unrestricted flight status even though a double amputee, will be hon- 11
ored tomorrow and Saturday at a Jaycees' awards congress at St.
'" Paul, Minn., recognizing him as one of the nation's lQ oustanding
young .?en. The :Jaycees selected Commander Ellisfto the 1967
1- top 10 list lor ms personal courage -
and accomplishments since a Space Administration has given
__ plane crash in June 1962 which the 34 year old officer an
t resulted in the loss of both legs. eligible rating, withqUt restric -
tions for research piloting,and his
'Not Average'In
present goal is to become an
naming Commander Ellis, astronaut.
the Jaycees said "The accident
Story SubjectIn ___.HH.________
which involved Lieutenant Com- "
ATTACHES -- Capt. M. J. Stack greets RAdm. 6. B. Buckleyas mander Ellis In June 1962 would 1966, Ellis was one of five LCdr Ellis.... .
32 attaches from 31 countries arrived here Monday whileon have canceled the lifetime aspirations outstanding young men selectedby Outstanding Young Man ..
tour of Florida military commands. Tuesday,/ the attaches of the average man. the California Jaycees, and .

visited the new Naval Hospital and were briefed on NAS patrol However, Ellis, is not an 'aver he has been the subject of sev-
age' man."While eral national magazine feature 82 Promoted
r, squadron operations Admiral Buckley, assistant CNO (Intel- piloting a Navy Cougar stories and a television docum- .4
ligence), is accompanying the attaches on their Florida tour. jet, Ellis craft experienced entary series.
a 'trim failure which caused He received the Distinguished
the plane to begin falling towarda Flying Cross for his selflessact Here Tuesday
150 Enroll in College residential area. of heroism in avoiding the
Heroic Act residential area during the 1962
I accident near Pt. Mugu, Calif. Thirty six NASers and 46
"Prior to ejecting himself, he squadron sailors advanced Tuesday -.
. Classes RemaiirOpenRegistration succeeded In a last minute Earns Degree In the fourth of six, [Increments ;
effort to clear the approaching Commander Ellis reported to off the August Navy wide '
&s for the .St. Johns classes have a sufficient num dwellings, saving the lives off ,.the--'Naval' Air,Rework Facility", advancement''examinations ,.
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,':. .',*.-River Junior'College's on base:.. ,berof students{ enrolled 19'sched -,' nearby civllianswhlledlsregarding ,here in,August 196,. as manage- One hundred and fifty five t.
. .' evening courses'washeld Monday ule ,definite Class'sessions.'I3ie his own safety" ment services officer'!and comp- NAS :"sailors and, ,WAVES' have
',. night with 150 persons registering courses are Introduction to business Although the odds against ever troller after earning his Mas- advanced so far as a result of .i
._ for classes.. composition I, pyschology walking again were overwhelming ter's Degree in Aeronautical En- the August'series., and 39
The three or four credit hour fundamental math earth science today Commander Ellis has gineering at the Naval Postgraduate will advance in the next two I
.. classes are conductedoneor twor sociology, U. S. governmentand adapted to artificial limbs and has School, MontereyCalif. months.Of .
nights a week from 6:30 to 9:40: introduction to date process- subjected himself to physical endurance Commander Ellis lives with his the 82 station people advanced -
1 p.m. Monday through Thursdayin ing.Additional feats Including water wife, Christine, and four childrenat Tuesday, four put on new
Bldg. 600. students are neces- skiing and parachute jumping 619 Winfred Lane, Orange chief's hats, 11 moved up to
The cost of one course is $26, sary, If the following tentative The National Aeronautics andNews Park. first class, 35 went to E 5 ;
with each additional course taken courses are tobedeflnitelysched- and 32 to E -
costing $21.A uled : principles of accounting, Briefsplaced 4.NAS '
late registration day will be principles of management,com-
held tomorrow from 8a.m. to 4:30 position II, beginning Frenchbe- Five officers aboard the air station have been selected for the Advancing to chief were TDC
p.m. In the Educational Services ginning Spanish, elementaryal rank of lieutenant by a Washington, D. C. selection board. Colen Thomas and TMC William
i office, Bldg. 955 for those per- gebra, college algebra, econo- The officers are D. C. Nelms, J. S. Witcher Jr., R. A. Wisniewski Holdren. New E 6's include
, sons desiring to enroll for clan mics, geography engineering R. B. Withington and Paula L. McWhorton, WAVE. Two addi- BT1 James W. Gunther, HM1
ses. graphics, circuit theory,and fun- tional officers, due to report here for duty, were also selected. David A. Hargett, AO1 David
Of the 29 courses otferedeight damentals of electronic devices. They are D. I. Mattson and R. E. Gilbertson., Montford, EN1 Saymor J. Mor-
ey, MU1 Bruce A. Rater ENl

I..; Admiral Stroh Decorates Two Fleet Air Chiefs Brian Wilkins.Reinhard and RM1 Daniel

NAS's new E 5's Include
f Two senior chief petty officers first reenlistments compared to on career counseling and Senior Chief Aviation Ord- AX2 David R. Burton, PN2 Tho-
", assigned to the Flag Adminis-' the same period in 1966. ." retention as a result of recommendations nance William B. Bain was presented mas DIebold, DTG2 Jimmy R.
trative Unit, Commander Fleet made by the Al- a Gold Star In lieu of his Farley, PN2 Harry G. Fields,
< Air Jacksonville,were presented Senior Chief Harris has beena ford Task Force aimed at Increasing Second Navy Achievement Medal ASH2 Thomas Gruebnau, ATN2
/ Navy Achievement Medals In career counselor for nine years enlisted retention. "for outstanding achievement of Alan E Hartman, AMH2Leonar
'. ceremonies Friday, by RAdm. and is a member of hard core of Harris resides with his wife Josephine duties while assigned to KIngsley, PN2 Robert W. Kish
Robert J. Stroh, commander less than 100 professional career and their four childrenat Reconnaissance Attack Squadron ADJ2 Michael Lester, AX2 Ron-
Fleet Air Jacksonville counselors in the Navy. Increased 7083 Wonderland Court, Jack- '13 on board the carrier USS Kitty
. emphasis has been sonville. Hawk off the coast of Vietnam (Continued on Page 2))
i Harris' Efforts -" .. "'._. ....----......---.--___. I" 11 t._ ._. .dO .........1 from December 1966 to May 1967.
* Senior Aviation Structural Mechanic Ordnance Technician
i* Robert M. Harris is the Senior Chief Bain is.presently Two Showings Set
first professional Navy career assigned as an ordnance techni-
counselor to be so honored. He cal advisor at COMFAIRJAX, Tomorrow for 'LSD'"LSD" 1
is presently assigned as a career having reported in August of last
counselor at the Fleet Air Jack- year. The citation accompanyingthe a Navy movie on
sonville Career Information Cen- award,also signed by Admiral psychedelic drugs Is scheduled -
ter, having reported In July 1967. Johnson cited the Pittsburgh native for two showings at the base
The citation accompanying the for "his tireless efforts, theater tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.
award, signed by the Adm. RoyL. extending well beyond his assigned and 2 p.m.
Johnson commander in chief responsibilities resultingthe Based on medical documentation -
, U. S. Pacific Fleet In the name L safe and expeditious handlingand and research 1 ntothe effects -
:: of the Secretary of the Navy 4 loading of at t] unpresented of LSD, Navy doctor
cites the veteran of nearly 18 11,780 tons of aviation ord- Walt Meyer explains the dan-
years active duty for his workin } nance." He received his first gers of the drug. The doctor-
career counseling and information Navy Achievement Medal for pre- narrator gives examples and
while assigned to the __ vious Western Pacific deploy- tells of people who died whileon
carrier USS Ticonderoga from ment embarked in the Kitty[ Hawk. a "trip".
November 1966 to April 1967. Married to the former Renie Anyone who is doubt about
The citation reads In part: k_ ______ Taylor of Blackshear, Ga., the the dangers of psychedelic
"Through Senior Chief Petty Officer Bains reside at 4415 Harlow drugs will learn of the poten-
Harris' direct supervision, Boulevard with their children. tial mental and physical harm
dedication and personal contact, $ F Also present In Admiral's that may result from LSD use.
a career Information program Stroh's office for the ceremonieswere Personnel assigned toNAS
was effectively established and families of the two senior
.., _,I....... ,- chief officers and Cdr. G. and tenant commands are
carried The
out. January through petty urged to see "LSD" at one
r" April 1967 period showed more ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS -- Admiral Stroh talks with Chiefs J. Webb, commanding officer, of the two showings. '
'T. '- than a 100 per cent Increase In Harris and Bain (left) after award ceremony here Friday. Flag Administrative Unit.

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[Editorial View PointsToday's D'.ty. ... ,e' .Services Accidents people lost their lives Take on Duval County Toll highways and

Seventy-five Duval County Patrol.
streets in 1967, ; lMember alone, 752 traffic accidents in the
n For the month
11 fatalities, 412 injuries and $298,866 in property
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. county resulted In

Serviceman damage.During. that 7, 481 accidents' resulted in
Edward's Chapel 1967, statistics show 75
f $3 million in ,
injuries.with over property damage.
SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. fatalities, 4,242 where accidents were most
below the areas prevalentIn
First/ Class Citizen :and 11 a.m.DAILY MASS11:30a.m.. Duval County for December 1 1967.

SATURDAY; MASS 9:00 a.m. Fatal
Ambassador, community leader, youth advisor, volunteer worker, CONFESSIONS - Saturday Location Total 29 Damage
protector of his nation, today's serviceman is more than just a sold 5 5:30 Beach Boulevard 36 0 $16,9'75
p.m.7-7:30 16
ier or a sailor -- he is a first class citizen. p.m. p.m. Edgewood Avenue 29 1 9,946

.Concerned and compassionate, he is often found working with and Atlantic Boulevard 27 0 25 10,560
for charity organizations and youth councils the world over. Children U.S. Naval/ Hospital University Boulevard 25 0 13. 10,460

seem to hold a special place in his heart and he gives time, Lem Turner Road 1 0 19 9,510

,food, clothing and love to underprivileged young. SUNDAY MASS - 8 a.m. Parking Lots 3 0 12 12,077
He can be seen directing traffic around an accident, building
a little league baseball park, fighting fierce brush and forest

fires, coaching athletics or bringing food to starving animals and PROTESTANTAll Dtpetitnl CMildreNPreventative
people trapped by'a severe blizzard. I

Saints Chapel



+r Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 for 'Dental Week'The

Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 National Children's Den- experiment : Stand before a

WEDNESDAYChoir tal Health Week for 1968 has mirror and examine your own
Rehersal - 7
p.m. been designated from Feb.4- 10, teeth and let your Wife do the
THURSDAY and the NAS Jax Dental Depart- same. Look for teeth which are
Young Adult Group 7
Christian Science Services p.m. ment will Implement a preventative broken down,decayed or missing.

denistry program for Check your gums -- touch them
p.m. dependent:'children Feb 3. -- see if they bleed easily or
He is a scout leader, a member of the church choir, a member ofa Women's Guild Concerning the Children'sDental if there Is food packed In them
community organization, a leader in the local Parent Teachers Chapel 930am. Health Program the Den- between the teeth. Then check
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Association. He is a. good neighbor, a: loyal friend, and an assetto (Chapel Center) tal Deparnnentoffersthesesug- your children's teeth and gums.
the corrimunlty.: gestions for parents, "Children will practice only
No matter whether he is stationed in the United States or abroardthe -- "Many of you are parents or what they are taught. Take time,
serviceman tS found at the head of <,the line when representing U.S. Naval Hospital some day hope to be parents. practice good dental hygiene and
himself, his service and his nation. Parents are good to their child your children will follow.

He is without question that most important combination needed in SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m. ren. They want their children to "It is your obligation, not
.. a free sOc( ty.-- the soldier. and the citizens.: (AFPS) have the best of home life, religious theirs, to see that they follow
v life and education that each the rules of good dental health.

: Borrowing AdviceNavNews Traffic can possibly afford. If they are Then you can expect the very best
sick, the parents want the best from your children which no a-

physician to treat them. mount of money can buy, .a
--, When banks turn down a loan, often borrower "But what about your child's smile."
turns to a.small"loan company as a last resort. Be careful I Violations dental health? When is the time Further details concerning the
The small loan company specializes in short-term loans of no you've watched them brush their NAS Jax Preventative Denistry

great size. It may charge interest alone or it may pad the Interest The following is of teeth; helped them brush their Program will be given in later
... with a number of service charges, these can include credit a report teeth,'or given them good instruc- editions of the Jax Air News.
motor vehicle accidents and traffic
checks, insurance', bookkeeping--even a. charge for application. tion in home dental care?
11.you' must 'deal with a small loan company, be sure that all 9-15.violations for the period of Jan "When,, is ,the.last time you've 82 P ..ot.4

charges are clearly understood and in writing. Read every word of Number of Accidents examined your children's mouthsor
the contract before signing, not after you've spent the money and gone This taken them to a dentist fora (Continued from I)
- - -5 p.
home. dental check up? Try thisINSPECTION
Most, companies charge an interest rate ,of, from one to one half Total Accidents this year through aid M. Lund, PR2 Peter W. Lyons -
Monday - - -10 E. Magee,
per cent to three and one half per cent'a month. This is an effectiverate ADJ2 George
of about 18 to 42 per cent a year. And,that, in anyone's languageIs Number of Accidents through Jan. ADJ2 Patrick, McCully, ADJ2
high. 67---- .- - 353 Thomas Stehlin and PH2 Phyl-

Service people in financial difficulties may seek advice from the Total number of days since '" _.. '. lis E. Swope.
legal officer. If there is an emergency, Navy Relief might be able last Injury in a motor vehicle Those advanced to third class
to help. There is always the chance that money isn't really necessary.And accident - - -17 -Jf' were PN3 Donnelda Carney,

then no one needs a loan. Number of ViolationsThis ', ATN3 Wayne T. Dreier, ABH3
Week. ) .., William F. Elder, AMS3 James
- -56
Speeding - - -8 Erickson, ETN3 Marlene Hor-
A First Name PersonalityBy Reckless rell, CYN3 Robert J. Laney,YN3
Driving - -2
Going Mary J. Martin, AMS3 George
through Stop Sign 5
Lt. Other' Violations O Taylor, PN3 L. Townsend.
J C. Simpson, CHC - -41
AK3 Shelia A. Vaught, SD3

Have you ever met a person whose impression upon you was such Thirty One drivers appearedat Maximo M. Zarra am AMS3 Randolph -

that you felt the only proper way of addressing them was by their the meeting held on Tuesday. Johnson,
first name? Disposition of the cases includedthe

We of the Navy live in a society that makes,little room for calling following: Seven lost drivingand VP-7

people'by their first name,. except under certain conditions and at parking privileges aboard i Advanced to chief was AEC
certain levels. station for various periods; 18 Watson'L. Hardee, and to E 6

For the majority of people with whom we come In contact, it were assigned to completean -Vi'- were AX1.Grady L. ''Mason and

does not bother us to address them as Mr., Mrs., or Miss. For eight hour course in reme- ,:<, ,8 AE1 E. Bleichroth. Advanced to
other people, those warm hearted people with whom we have had the dial driving at NATTC; 13 received second class were AZ2 R Blay-
chance to work or play, it seems so cold to call them or address suspensions; One was given lock and ADJ2 Frank K. Smith,
them by such official designators. lam referring especially to those warning; .9 were dismissed; .. Capt. C.T. New Petty officers include AMS3
people whose lives have been a tonic to ourswhose presence has 9 were fined (US Commissioner Maxwell, CO Naval Air Charles Turner, PN3 Leon R.
been uplifting for us and to others.It ), and four referredto tenance Training Main Waldack, AX3 Richard Bowman,
is true that we live In a society that must maintain discipline commanding officers for possible Memphis, inspects Jax Group Naval, ABH3 Howard Kroeger AMS3

and respect in order to get the job done. This discipline and respect disciplinary action. Air Training Det.. personnel Peter Labarbera and YN3 DonA.

is maintained through addressing our superiors with official Jan. II. The local NAMTD Nerison.
designations, and demanding the same of those who work and serve Twenty one drivers were assessed received
under us.Despite. 64 traffic points. a grade of excel. VP -5
all this, I think there is a significant principle that might inspection. To first class: AME1 Charles
help each of us take a look at ourselves and to make some estima- Blizard and AMS1 Robert Christ-
tion of our personality in relation to others., man. To second class: AMS2
Let me ask this question. Are you and I the kind of person whom Johnny Edwards, AMH2 Kenneth

our associates would prefer to address us byour first name, and a AX AIR NE'W'S Herring ATN2 David Laird,
would if the structure of our society would permit it? Or are we the AX2 Patrick, McFaden, AX2
kind of person whose personality onlybehind official designators? Robert McIntyre AX2 Walter

I think we can know to some degree, the kind of person we are, The 1 JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Potts, and YN2 Michael Warren.To .
by how frequently others choose to address us by our first name. distributed each Thursday at the U.Enterprise S. Newspaper third class:AZ3 David Adkins,
I think we might be able to discern further the kind of person we Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Naval Air Station, and AMS3 Gary Starr.
are, by asking ourselves how many of those who work with us, would a private! firm All Copy submitted for use In Company: .
call. us by our first name, if they were permitted to do so. NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, AIR Box FAW-11 I (

Do you have a first name personality, or could you get along just lication.2. NAS aCfuonvllle, by W:00 noon on Monday before pub- CYN3 Thomas Schoonover.
News items
t' as well without a first name? .. are welcomed from all sources.. Tele-
( phone 772 3118 or 3119. VP-30

Servicemen Allowed Home Exemption Advertisements are solicited by the publisher' and queries AE1 David W. Scott and ADR2/.
concerning such should be directed to: Billie,R. Hulen.
Florida has passed a law which allows a serviceman to rent his The Holt Publishing Company 1950 YAP 62
home and still claim homestead Blanding Blvd. '
exemption. Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephones To second PH2 R. L.
11 The new law says that renting the homestead property does not 388 2755 class:
Ciriack, AMH2 J. E. Pendleton,
constitute an abandonment of the house. It applies to those who are
serving in the armed forces either voluntarily VOL. 25 NO. 41 AE2D.R. Mohr, AE2 L. Harrison -
or involuntarily.
JANUARY 18, |1968 AMH2 AE2R.
T. E. Powell,
Those who wish to qualify should contact the tax assessor In their
home county for application forms. M. Tobin, AZ2 M. R. Doyle

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January 18, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

I Jax -Navy Federal Credit Union Pianse4nnual Meeting j

Over 800 Expected to Participate Electing ,j

l3ahama Board of ,Directors, Committee Officials
Islands R I
The 16th annual membership cational consultant to the Dir- on to select from this group,
k- rw c' meeting of the Jax Navy Federal ector' of Training, NATTC; and and any others' nominated from
Credit Union will be called to Dominic Worsowicz, head of the floor during the meeting.
-L order at 7:30 p.m. in King Hall, Wage and Classification Division, Any member of the organizationmay
NATTCat Jax on Jan. 26. Industrial Relations Department nominate an official who they
It is anticipated that over 800 WAS Jax, for positions on the feel will best serve them in the
members and guests from NAS Board. managemnt of the' credit union's
Cecil Field and NAS Jax will be Credit Committee1 nominees affairs.
on hand when President Cecil arc John G. Cooke, NARF; Ern- Meeting 'Chairman Donald R.
Acree opens the meeting.Reports est F. Leslie, Public'Works Department Moran said, "This is going to
hp ; .y NAS Jax;<' and AE1 be the best annual meeting Jax
Thomas R. Nichols, NARF. Navy Federal. Credit Union has
Members will hear reports The members will be called held.
from officials on the financial
condition and progress of the cre- Mayor Hans Tan ler
dit union during the past year.
Among those reporting will be
o Treasurer Joseph O'Connell, To Be Guest SpeakerThe

who will bring members up to ., -. .. .
date growth in shares and loans high point of tie Jax Navy Literature and assisted in draftIng '
throughout 1967, which boosted
Federal Credit Urion annual the present law. He has '
The Prizes asset Credit over Committee$10-milllon.Chairman, meeting will come when Hans G. been active.'lit:Big Brothers, is .:
Tanzler Jr., may r-commls- a 32nd Degree: Mason, Shriner ;
Haven A. Morrison Jr., and
Sup- sioner of Jacksonville will and a Moose._
; speakto
Door Prizes Ready! for Walter ervisory F.Committee Hamilton rill Chairman reporton the members Because of the :'
interest by the
great generated
f the activities of their respective -
change to consolidated government -
committees. The members Mayor Tanzler has beenin
16 Lucky CU MembersAn present will then be given the great demand as* a speaker.In .
opportunity to ask questions or
addiion, Mayor Tanzler has
make about the ,
impressive list of door prizes will be glvenjaway to Credit of their ''credit union.operation a personal interest in NAS Jax, N 4 x
Union members during the annual meeting. The grand prize will Nominees for four seats on He served in the U.S. Navy and
be ,a summer trip for two toNassau. The trip will Include round trip the Board of Directors and three was active in the Naval Reserveat
air tickets from Jacksonville to Nassau, three days and twonightsatthe seats on the Credit Committeewill NAS Jax for many years. He
Sherton British Colonial, meals and a sightseeing tour of the city be presented to the member- was recalled to active duty in 1962
during the Cuban Missile Crisis
and suburbs of Nassau. ship by the Nominating Com-
Second prize will be a General Electric portable color television. mittee'Chairman, L.B. 'St. Pet- and served as Air Intelligence
Other prizes include a Hamilton Beach food blender,a Dazey electricice Officer and Personnel Officer
crusher, a Smith Corona electric typewriter and a Winchester ery. with VP-741 Guantanamo Bay,
Model 1200.12 gauage pump action shotgun.All Nominees AnnouncedThe Cuba. '
members arriving before 7:30 p.m. will be eligible to part- committee has nominatedC. He has been active in Jacksonville -
icpate In the drawing of 10 "Early Bird Prizes" of $5 each. J. Bellovich, depty comptroller community affairs for a
number of having servedas
Cecil Field Cdr. W.D. Har- years
: vice president of the Jack-

.1 Plan I Now To Attend! I. Air kins Capt., Rework D.A.executive Hempson Facility officer, supply,(NARF Naval officer ), merce sonville Advisory, served Junior Committee on Chamber the Governor's on Decent Com- -,I\

: : : NAS Jax; W.M. Ross, edu (.1: Mayor Tanzler '



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Each'year, in the month of January, your Credit Union holds its regular annual meeting. The purpose
::///f .d of which is to allow Credit Union officers to report to members concerning the affairs of the Credit .c '
F< Xg' u'' Union and give members the opportunity to elect those officials whose terms are expiring. ... .
Each member and shareholder will carry one. vote, regardless of the amount of shares held. It Is .. ..
+,Ty. a member's right and obligation to attend this meeting, express his views, and vote according to his: :"
,:,V'' 7' feelings.
.a .: Make plans to attend now. We promise you a fast moving meetingdelicious refreshments, and a
group of oustanding door prizes. ,It .

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January 18. 1968

Bluejackets Inn Hosts Corn-Rats

Bill Haley Comets r IncreasedEnlisted

-4 LW '- _ men and women got a
Bill Haley and His Comets, Comets' business manager. two cents increase incommunted,
an internationally-known groupof Pell, who also plays saxophonefor rations effective Jan. I, while
"rock 'n' roll" artists, will the group, commented, "Our I : clothing allowances and prices
perform at the Blue Jackets Inn, first big hit record, 'Rock Around _4 went down at the same time.
Monday and January 25. the Clock,' sold 16 million Com rats were hiked to
Haley, often billed by disc copies. and it seemed that c'w tjtI $1.32 per day and they will go to
I jockeys as the "King" of rock almost overnight we were world all enllsteds on leave and
V roll, organized his groupin famous." L authorized to eat at home.
1954 and was one of the firstto Later, the hit recording was With the raise in com rats
help usher in the "rock",era, made into a movie which was _iaf! came a raise in prices of mealsIn
according to Rudy Pell, the given a special screening by &' L ____ the general mess. Basic meal
Queen Elizabeth. And while on charge for breakfast is now 27
tour in England, Haley was hiredas ______ i cents, dinner 60 cents, supper
GIANT SWAP MEET star performer for the Dukeof vL 50 cents and brunch 45 cents.
Kent's '21st birthday party. Meals for people receiving per
SHIPPING OUT??? Haley and His Comets have diem will be 18 cents for breakfast
Bring your furnitureand made three world tours and are 50 cents for dinner, supper,
misc. items to sell on tour in the United States about and! brunch, and those not receiv-
Blanding Drive. In Theatre six months of the year. Several ing per diem will pay eight cents
Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 P.M. well-known rock 'n' roll stars of for breakfast and 10 cents for
Sun 1 P.M. 6 P.M. today got their start while on Bill Haley and his Comets dinner, supper and brunch.
: 768 7058 or 768 4793 tour with the Comets, accordingto The new clothing prices showa
Pell. net decrease for all service
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men and an increase for all ser-

WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS : : vice The women men,of except the Marine WAVES.Corpsgot

.. the biggest decrease. The
cost of their sea bag dropped
from 286.53 to $$247.71$38.83
; AFTER RETIREMENT.l decrease.The .
; 4t
: cost of the sailor's sea
bag dropped to $219.62 ani for
. the Waves the. prices dropped
.. 24 cents,bringing the new priceto
: ...;"!'.i... ::. : $314.76.
: r The prices for the men of the
_ Army went down to $266.77 and
the men of the Air Force got a
decrease of $12.51, making their
total cost $237.02.
I The monthly clothing allowance -
: will stay the same
for the enlisted women, but the
V N rate for the men will drop from
$5.10 to $4.80 (basic) and $7.80to
$7.20 (standard.)
i 4. 4

k 4 ftf Costs of the blue working jack-

'..... : ets, belts and unit insignias for
; # the men went up. The jackets
: : 4'g 4 $ which were $8.56 are''now sellingfor
, $9.45. The belts went from
44 cents to 46 cents and! the unit
,. '. .- insignia 'went from seven to nine
I I cents. "

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,1' here's a Tiger size opportunity to _. _

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BOWENV with Country Club
fr \ Atmosphere
flwa! .Kitchens equipped with G-E
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January 18, 1968 JAX Page 5EMPLOYEE

Job Openings ListedThe : &S

merit promotion opport- Navy Finance OfficeOrlando
unities listed below are currently Fla.)
open for receipt of ap- Area of consideration: All act- %
plications. The area of consid- jvltles Styth Naval District and :i_
"", eration and closing date of each all Navy Finance activities 7 _
," bulletin is shown. Nationwide. Applications will be
-''{ MPB No. 72-67 Plan DGrade accepted through the close of business r
-? levels GS-4 and below. Feb. 6.
MPB No. 79-67 Plan C All All applicants for the above
semi-skilled positions I pay level positions must be career orcareerconditional
7 and below; employees of
MPB No. 83-67 Plan B All the federal government. Appli-
skilled positions pay level 8 cations for these positions shouldbe
and below. filed with IRD, Box 22, U.S.
Area of consideration: WAS NAS Jax., Fla. 32212. For
NARF NARTU COMFAIRJAX further Information regarding
Navy Commissary Stores Jack- these positions see the copiesof
sonville. Applications for these the bulletins or call Exten-
: positions will be accepted at any sion 2320 Recruiting and Examining -
::1" time. A separate application Brarich IRD, WAS Jax.
k'I Form 57 must be filed for each The Interagency Board of U.S.
P ,,yk'I position In which Interested.MPB. Civil Service Examiners for
Florida has Issued the following
No. 158-67 Industrial Engineer examination announcements.
,. GS-5 7 9 and 11. GS1 $3609
Messenger and 2 -
RETIRED -- Mrs. Thomas J.
Area of consideration: Nation- to $3925 per annlD11jEngineering ;
Cox watch husband
..: wide. Applications will be accepted Technician GS- 5, puts on
'.. until the needs of the 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 $5331 to upon his retirement at the
__ ...__ _. Naval Air Rework Facility.
T""W."" ""' service are met and will be con- tp$9221 per annum.Bookkeeping i
sidered as received. Machine Operator Cox had been a civilian employee -
CITED Mrs. Judy Phillips (right) received
Starting Salary $4466 per annum; at the Facility since
two awards during Orlando ceremony from Mrs. lola Miller.
MPB No. 174-67 Computer Specialist GS-3 1946.
Finance CitedOrlandoMrs. Area of consideration: Nation-
wide.. Applications will be accepted -
through the close of bus-
Judy Phillipshas ; here.Mrs.. iness January 29,1968. !, AIR CONDITIONERS tTh [
been presented an"Outstand- Iola Miller, executive :{\ '
ing Performance Rating" and assistant of the Jacksonville Naval MPB No. 1-68 Budget Analyst tHfN NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES :[hW? tI t\\};
Increase" for her Air Station Finance Office
"Quality Step GS-9. NEW & USED TV SETS
.work In the Navy Finance Office made the presentation. Mrs. Area of consideration: Nation- NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES I
Phillips was cited because the ,
Orlando office is manned by two wide. Applications will be accepted NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS, :

Thai Airmen HostedThe people and, "she has been required through the close of bus- ;MM M. Freight Salvage/ Easy Credit Terms :.hiiit ;::;,: ,\. ...
Feb. 8 : : ::;
iness "
to work in all funcitons ....:,::*<::%.,..:.:.::.::.. H rs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come I In & Browse/ :.::.:.....:h..::.:.;..:;;.: ,
National Association of of finance."
MPB No. 3-68 Fiscal Account-
Supervisors, Jacksonville Chapter A letter went on to Mrs.
say Ing Supervisor GS-11 (U.S. 5326 WMteBMttBlvd.it 103rd 771-0750
11, held Its quarterly meet- Phillips, "Eagerly accepted all j
Ing Jan. 11 at the Supervisors'Social duties assigned, spent many
Club. Representativesof hours studying areas which were
the Thailand Air Force were unfamiliar to her, and perfromedall 1
guests.Lt. duties with exceptional versa- WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK
Col. Paitoon Charnpitaya- tility and a high degree of com I
kif, five.officers and five enlisted petency.
men are undergoing' overhaul Her errors have beenphenom- Jacksonville Florida : 1
: training at the. Naval Air r'1 orally low--only 12 errors out ..
Rework Facility. The Thai air- of 5,365 submitted for audit. ." .:. -:: mmmn: 1" mmm!: iHm! t nHm: il'' :t ;, liiH: HU:: .! ii JiI I I J!: !J lll !ji5 f n llUiliiH j
men are scheduled to complete LCdr. G.H. Young, officer in STATEMENT OF CONDITION
training Jan. 31. charge of the NAS Jax Naval
Chapter ,11 President W.L. Finance Office, stated "I am DECEMBER
Catrette updated membership for very proud to have someone of 29,1967ASSETS
the past three months during the Judy's caliber representing this f
regular meeting. office In the Orlando area."

Loans $5,512,881.75

eBob's Less: Reserve For Losses on Loans 75587.79
Oak Hill ",'i-" ,,. -
'- .' 5,437,293.96Investment
Pure Service CenterOpen '. Securities :;y" '

: 7 .- . ,.;: .
for your convenience 6 a.m. |10 p.m. U. S. Government Obligations ,' '. "!,!.; 3,285,347.08
.. :.. Other Bonds and Securities. 1121096.64
1 f -! I
road service pick up & delivery .'

.mechanic OH duty American. & Foreign Cars "" P,,.,'.:.. w'<::. .. '.\.,.. "..,.'..,','.'....t''. ..''.. "... ... .../.."."' ,'.4,406,443.72 I 4

.' Cash and Due from Banks'; ('l"'. t ;"" ., .' 1178719.73

103rd & Jammes Road '! .:-, ,, t'\ 'j -- ; ,. ,.;.,..:...:yl,;* .
771! -9I56 Jacksonville, Florida '1 Dank Premises, Furniture. f,,Flxtures. '' itir!, s'ri:, .\';\ \.; :.,';.7 317,920.48
.. :; .tl ... !;../y. \ ;;', ..\., ,. :'
.:, .,, '.
Other Resources :
J: tL.VJ. i'f,' 1" ;":. 1I't.,"...4 r. } 6,558.87-

"n.. ....

!: TOTAL ASSETS '" $11,346,936.76
I '
**. ;;& ,"', 555
1 Capital( Accounts: < > -;r : .
M :::! capltal.Stch' ..i't.*'/o"'Nt': & ...,\t"" f-I"-1: :, :.. .. .' 400,000.00.. '

1 I Surplus 275,000.00 :;
I .; .,
: n : ." :5 Undividcd.Pro/ R '*J..,# fits tyt'A; : :' '''. _127.707.02_ _ _

I!: .. ,!.,',. ot' *:.t'802,707.02. ",
-I "
.. ',
I Unearned Discount': "' 'It,.; .: : 259,220.36.t"
a_ '1"' "
: S :
/ Other LiabilitiesDeposits 57,029.85

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5 Phone Today 771. 6161 JAC KSONVILLE,FLORIDA 32210
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January 18, '1968VAP62

I : ; and Outstanding "
... Strategic
_. __ ,
.. 1 During the 15 year history of
the squadron, VAP-62 has main- .
tained an operational capabilityfar
k exceeding the demanding .,!
necessities of .photo reconnaissance -
If it's photographic work any-
,Nf where in the world, VAP-62 can / .
do it. The squadron operated on ,y.. +" !'.'
five continents last year, and the
T work completed ranged from nor- "-- L ill '
mal aerial mapping to motion
picture photography of the Saturn ;
rocket booster stage. Pop ';:";:.; : tR!
VAP-62 is unique in that it "
operates in both a flying and a
.,t production capacity. Not only ,:;j
,. the be highly
.: must flight crews
= skilled at their craft, but the

Ism _____ I' a supporting quickly ground and personnelmust expertly x APY

__ process and analyze the product. <,
Few squadrons can boast of
VAP-62's efficiency and read-
__ iness. All aircraft and crew
must be in perfect condition for 4
-- rush projects assigned on
extremely short notice.
VAP-62 Tigers work hard to-
gether. The last ADMAT inspection -

II Illll drew a grade of out-
w -, y standing, the eighth outstandingmark : ; .

"" ... ''Meeaer..te. -... T........ w....,! .rtm..w --- -- in eight years. Squadron
from VAP-62 spottedthe
detach- DEPARTING DETSDetachments are
personnel enjoy going on
OUTSTANDING ADMAT -RAdm. Robert J. 'Stroh questions ment and most det personnel are world over. The detachments are capable of carryingout
PHAN D.M. Schmidt during VAP-62 administration and mat volunteers. independent operations wherever they are needed. A detachment
I erial Inspection. The COMFAIRJAX commander gave the Personnel coming to VAP62are departed MAS last week for the Panama Canal Zone.
confronted with ........ .. ,!''If.: 0h. _ squadron a 95.98 grade. a special "
There isonlyoneothersquadron
.. ..___..__.._.......... ___""'" at 1 ..:MD( problem. with a similar mission f71I BLS y f YjMk A
and similar aircraft. All Tiger ; :
'" .
flight crews must receive addi- ,
.. "'w> '
tional instruction within the >" .
't '\ -
squadron after arrival from : ,I>' :
;; ', ,,
!1' .j'
VAH-123 the air
f>:-f! 'i> 4t_"
group ((RAG). In reality, VAP- ,. "
:c 2E4 62 acts as its own RAG.

Cdr. F. S.Coleman,commandIng -
officer of VAP-62, assumedhis a
position in July 1967. He is 31,
personally concerned with the }
w welfare of squadron personneland
has undertaken-several pro-
jects solely on behalf of enlisted
members of the VAP-62 crew.
The executive officer Is Cdr.
N.0. Anderson. .7.- .
LAYING MOSAIC ..- The final step In aerial photo coverage
is combining photos into large composite photo. PH3 L.G.
Smith (left) and PH3 B.J. August construct mosaic of Navy
sy f +
Installation. .. ___u__. _..h... __.... _.._

JATO BURNOUT -.y AP-62 Douglas RA-3B Skywarrlor, the

only aircraft In the Navy that can complete both aerial map

ping and photographic reconnaissance, lifts off from the air I -

station during a rocket assisted takeoff. RECORD SEASON-The 1967 r L S _-
(Story By Ltjg( )) John Anderson, V P.62 PAO) Tiger football Intramural
squad won six first place R
trophies and finished secondin
the East Coast Invitational

OPEN \ V SUNDAY tourney at Little Creek, Va. rKk
Tigers Ray Badovinatz and
Dan Stacks mix it up with

,grounded Eagles during game
with VP-16 during COMFAIR aM
JAX playoffs.


We t". them the VW 16 point Safety Mid Performance Inspect-
ion. Then we tuned up, tightened. Mid replaced everything the
needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair .r replacementof EXAMPLES
all major mechanical p8lt&for 30 days or 1000 mllee. Come I LOOK .. i/MOpiNiIAN aNs
en In and double check. SYo'ae'
Monin; -
68 VW CAMPER. . . . . $2695 1195 ever bor, re P'ymenl, se.oo S3?.4Q
\ l md'
67 VW DELUXE STA. WAG.. . . $2195 f0f olhr period loon fhein om lam sorer

67 MUSTANG 2 DR., HT, AT. . . $2295 YOU r romPor bir
64 VOLVO 1800S, Air Cond. . . $1695

Check. compare. know what you pay!
66 VW FASTBACK. . . . $1895 Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way!
Get up to $600. take up to 24 months to
66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . $1795 repay! Just phone get cash in 1-vislt to

62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . $995 the office. .or drop In today! ROIERT TRAVIS
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial I

VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1968 Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note d ASSOCIATES, IHe.

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville 35 A 7897 121 El 8TH STREET
5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetla Village Shop. Ctr. 't- Suite M-CollUr Bide.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN (Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . Ph: 388.9374
5059 Normandy Blvd. . . . . Ph: 384.4595 246.6680 AGENT-After E. GARRISON 6tOO t'u
4. other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area
INC. See phone book white pages for nearest office
388.3583 '6413 ELT

1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 BENEFICIAL [B "5QQ.7/lfl EDOEWOODO07
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM .> tOa 2 W6OF ROOSEVELT
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$1bpBo&tZ ] OQ :! 1967 11111111111111.141'1111$150 V NEW 12' WIDE :
:: Impala's 2 DR & 4 DR Hardtops .:
!: only 2 left fully loaded abovewholesale \ Mobile Home :
: .
:- PI ZZP "'t Gr ooooooooomo r \ Low As $2795 :
Phone 384 2386 4621 San Juan l OWNED & OPERATED BY: %Bank Financing Available :
Fish Dinner Reg 1.15 only 97$ i PH. I Thomas Cheek USN. Ret. I: :
389.6617 I John C. Thompson USN. Ret.Small 6263 Roosevelt llvd. 384 5584

t ;t oo.WA; r _W :;.M J#Yxqkrp\H\t\; ''"tia"sw'u:Jai.CL\? rrk, A .t __

Singer Touch & Sew t ..
L' Loans on I: Any Tup/Wed or Tlur.

Repossed, Like New, Darnes, Mends, Sews i Anything of Value r.
over Pins and Needles, Fancy Stitches, *
Bllndhems, Winder Bobbin in side Machine, i;: 1 Bargins on LUBRICATION..... 79 :
Pick Up 10 Payments of $7.50 mo. or pay :
$72. Cash. I i:; Unredeemed Merchandise ::
1 1 l I. A
Morse Sewing CenterI
6437 WILSON BLVD. 771 8211 f 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 384-4066 5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 389-4S71
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MORRIS = "n I Restauraunt :
AUTO SUPPLY"We I tii I Standard Service .; SPECIAL OF THE WEEK!

Serve You I 1 103rd & Blanding ; KC Sirloin Steak l.GS

Complete Auto Rell.lrs'' Salad, French Fries, Rolls
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' '' j We take. better care STANDARDof ., 40 Years Serving' Fine Foods '.
5836 TIMU9UANA: RD. PH'. 7715636'I I ll..: t your car. OIL f fAy 5943Roosevelt Blvd.'\ '. 387g9d4"' '

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........................J...... LUBRICATION 79 6461 Roosevelt Blvd.
SALES ...... ;. ,
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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER ,January 18, 1968


Beauty Shop Obscured, But Open

After the fifth phone call, and There are six individual booths and permanents are featured along -
failing to get an appointment at plus two comb-out centers, with with special treatments of
any of the beauty shops she usually eight beauty operators to serve hot oil and shampoo, arch eyebrow -
frequented, a Navy wife customers.All and lash dye, bleaches,
became exasperated. Her hus- the operators are experIenced toners, frosting and tipping.
1' a band's department head and his graduates of established There is also a Wig Shop
wife were coming to dinner. beauty schools,located in various which offers hand and machine
She the made hairpieces, falls and short
pondered possibilitiesof Clairol School
completing household chores, states the .,-.---_.- .........,,,....,,.,".""''--.'."" .-.;.......,
r;. preparing dinner, taking the
% rr 1 children to her parent's home for
the evening and doing her own
: hair before guests arrived. At
1 this point she received a phone
_u_..___.._______.. __N_ call from a friend. She related
LAST FLIGHT AMSC Earle Hall explains the operationof her difficulties to her neighbor,
ASW equipment to his son Larry, AZ3, before taking off who suggested the Navy Exchange
I on the last flight before retirement. Both are members ofNARTU's Beauty Shop.
The busy wife took the advice
HS-742. of her friend, called the shop ;
for an appointment,and was sche- -
duled that afternoon. .

I. f I NARTU News and Views 1 typical While, many this story Navy may wives not fail seem to : a Nqa% a G _0 r

take advantage of the base beauty
By Skip Fairfield shop because they don't know WAITING LADIES- The four ladies in their martian-like head

Twenty-six years and 15 days of his squadron when they recovered there is one aboard base. adornment are waiting for their hair to dry and to completethat
Naval service ended recently as Gemini476,7,9: and 12. The beauty shop, seemingly final step of a comb-out.
HS-742, one' of the Naval Air In leaving too reserve and his hidden behind the Main Navy Exchange -
Reserves Training Unit's squadron Chief Hall said, "My has been operated in in San Francisco, the House of or long wigs. The wigs can
(NARTU) helicopter squadrons, complete tour of Naval duty which Bldg. 26 for 24 years. James in Indiana, to the River- either be ordered for exact coloror
saw their leading chief, AMSC began Dec. 8, 1941, has been a The shop was opened in 1944 side Styling Academy in Jack bought on the spot. Shampooing
Earle Hall retire. most rewarding experience. I when thepresent sites of the Navy sonville. The majority of the and styling are also'done in
During his years of service, have enjoyed each year and have exchange, cafeteria, library and operators are servicemen'swives the shop.
Chief Hall has served with over 13 collected many cherished mem- gym were not even in the planning and have gained experi- Robert E. Mann,a retired Ships
active and reserve squadrons ories. stages. Once these facilites ence In many different sectionsof Service chief has been man-
within the Navy realm. "It is extremely satisfying to were constructed,the beauty shop the country.Hair aging beauty and barber shopsIn
/ An appropriate last function of have served my country as a was obscured from sight and beauty treatments are the Jacksonville area since
Hall's was to'take a flight in one member of the world's finest During its years of operation, inclusive and the prices very
of his "birds" with his son Larryas Navy. I will miss the comrade- the shophas expanded with addi- reasonable. The usual treat- 1956.Mann said, "The beauty shop
the other crewmember, ship which I have valued so tional equipment, employeesand ments of hair cuts and trims, services over 200 customers a
greatly. It has been my privilege treatments., shampoos, styling, manicures week. Plans are to expand and

Young Hall, AZ3, came to HS- to close my Navy careeras .,..- ---.r-.r-. ,..- ---cccca O oo--a move to a new location within
742 last May after serving with a member of this unit, and ooooa' the year".
HS-11 Quonset Point, R.I. He as a pan of the Naval Air Re- The shop is open Monday
was aboard the USS Wasp with serve program." through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
1------------------------------------------' 4:30 p.m. Saturday's hours of
r operation are from 8:30 a.m.
Air Force
A1C Robert Chow examines the till noon. Appointments may
inside of a Jet engine afterburner be made by calling Ext. 3414.
during an engine cheek on There is also a beauty shop
one othe F-100 Supertabre located in the Naval Hospital
aircraft at Bien Hoa AD, Viet complex. There are two beauty
nam. The en -shop, a unit of .F@': operators and the treatments offered -
the 3rd Field, Maintenance are identical to those of
1. Squadron, repairs tome 35 engines the,shop in building 25. -
a month.

Roosevelt Blvd. -
.. y (Next to Roosevelt Mall)
:f, 384-3481 e'

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COMB-OUT -- Mrs. Julie
.. at the Navy Exchange
i.i. Beauty Shop, does the comb-

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:: Plan for success in 1968 by
savings here at ,taking advantage of every edu
opportunity. See your
,Education Officer today.
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: Monday Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. ORLANDO CLIPPER Garden u'lih Type ountrlub Apurrmm.s :!'
.: Thursday: 9:30 a.m 4:30 p.m. :: amosplten; .:
: Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. K -CRAFT CROSBY -SILVERLINEOOOOOOOOOUOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOQC Kifthens equ.ppfd; mch'ti ft
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MoviesMOVIES Club Schedules

will be shown reg- BLUEJACKET INN : ;
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat the Olantels The UFO's will appear tonlgni. Hear
tomorrow and ItllL....
night. The
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru play Saturday afternoon. Make the Crescendos will
Saturday. There will also be a Soul society Sunday afternoon and night.scene with The the Crescendos Camelots and
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays! under the spotlight are
and holidays. The Hos- with Viva Italia Nite featured also.
n Burgundy Nite
pital Theatre will have one nightl r evening. Hear the Camelots is Tuesday. Swing with the UFO's that Ads should be mailed U the Holt Publishing' Company
at 7 p.m. Wednesday night. 1950 Bldnding Bird. Jacksonville, Florida 32210. to arrive
not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
Matinees will be shown on week- CPO CLUB Pizzas are featured today for $.75.. Dine on the day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
ends at 2 and :5 p.m.Thursday seafood special for $1.25 tomorrow evening and dance to the the following: week unless' the publisher 'instructed other-
Jan. 18 music of the Johnny Arnold "4". The Moonlighters will wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
appear be received WITH' the for the .t
copy <
Saturday night.. A sirloin steak for $1.65 Is featured that day. :
NAS: "THE LIQUIDATOR": Music Is by the Tune Twisters
Rod Taylor and Jill St. John. for Tuesday and Sunday night. Dinner specials DO NOT SEND CASH
((113 Min.) Rating Excellent are chicken and rib-eye steak. RATE: Minimum .chary* ((3 lines). . . . .2.00

(Showings 6 8:15 p.m.) "0" CLUB Enjoy the Per additional line ((4 words p.f line',. . 0.50
HOSPITAL "SEA PIRATE": beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 9 p.m.
Gerald Barry. ((91 Min.) Rating- Tomorrow and Saturday evening the Champagne special is featured. .I,
Dance to the music of the Tune Twisters tomorrow The
Metal Larks are under the spotlight Saturday night. Take the family :
Friday Jan. 19 to the buffet dinner Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is foreign Trans. 390 V8. Clean Make Pictures taken. Best deal around. 1
NAS: COME ON,LETS LIVE A dish night from 6 to 9 p.m. The club serves a luncheon from Offer Ph. 7722929. 264-2140 1
LITTLE": Bobbe.Vee and Jackie 11:15 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
De Shannon. ((93 Min.) Rating- 3/4 ACRE, 60'TRAILERFLOR- FOR) SALE 10' x 57' MOBILE
Good. IDA Rm., Screen Porch, 2 Car Home. Owner will sacrifice
LUTHERAN SERVICE CENTER Tomorrow is Fenced. Off 110th.Floyd $2,000 +
- HOSPITAL: "THE' LIQUIDA- night a square Garage; equity, assume payments.
TOR": Rod Taylor. dance especially for military personnel at the center located at White, Bldr. 771 5643. Phone 771 6780. :
19 W. Forsyth St. The dance begins at 8:30 p.m. There Is no' j
Saturday, Jan. 20 charge and refreshments are free. FOR RENT 2920 DELLWOOD DO YOU WANT TO B"E A DISC I
NAS: "GUNN": Connie Stevens 4 Room Furnished Apt. $50 mo. JOCKEY?? For information call: .j, ':
and Laura Devon.((103 Min.) 355 6639. 356 8351. Day or Night.
Rating Good.HOSPITAL ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow evening brings on the sounds .
: "COME ON,LETS of the Westerners. Mark Castle is featured Saturday night. John I
LIVE A LITTLE": Bobbe Vee. Lunsford and the Eight Balls are under the spotlight Sunday even- RETIRING SOON? FOR SALE RICHARDSON :
The top ranks of our nationwide Trailer 10' x 50' 2 BR, W/
ing. Game night is Sunday at 6 p.m. Happy Hour is featured Monday
Sunday, Jan. 21 and Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m. organization are full of former washer, Small equity 388 8380 i

NAS: "THE LONG DUAL": Dinner specials for the week are: Monday beans and franks: Officers and Senior PO's who 1
Yul Brynner and Trevor Howard. Tuesday chopped sirloin; Wednesday pork steak; Thursday have achieved new success withus FOR SALE BAR WITH 2 :
((123 Min.) Rating-VeryGood.( chicken and dressing; Fridaybarbque beef and pork or seafood. after leaving the service. We Stools. Ample storage and
HOSPITAL: "GUNN": Craig need more like them. To get display space. Call 389 7629

Stevens. CANDLELIGHT'' CLUB Tomorrow evening Bruce Thomas will them we offer comprehensive 1 1j j

,Monday, Jan. 22 appear with his music. The Lively Ones are featured Saturday training, high income opportunity '
and a choice of attractive DELRAY MANOR 110th & I
night. Dress is formal both
evenings. Monday is Italian night --
NAS: "DEVIL'S ANGELS": spaghetti dinner served with wine for $1.95. Tuesday the club is locations all over the U. S. How Karen St. New all brick homes .;,
John Casavetes and A-
Beverly about ? Write Regional AC Low 20s. Building Lots
closed. If you
you enjoyed the gala festivities of the New Years Eve
dams. ((92 Min.) Good.
HOSPITAL Rating Ball, take your favorite gal to the Sweetheart Ball February 13. Director P. O. Box 13177 Available: Floyd White Bldr.
: Orlando Fla. 32809. 771 5643. ,
DUAL": Yul Brynner. A Champagne dinner is featured for $12.00 a couple with prizes .. .
23 party favors, and the music of the Bud Clark Combo. Call Ext.
Tuesday, Jan.
2936 for reservations. Plan to attend the country western music
NAS: "GAMES": Simone session featuring the Westerners on January 25 from 8 p.m. till WIL MAR APARTMENTSNear FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.or .
Signoret and James Caan. ((118 midnight. SAX and CECIL. 1 blk. Unfurn. Orange Park Temp.
Min.) Rating Very Good. west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd. or Permanent Qtrs. Will rent to 1
HOSPITAL: "DEVIL' S AN- bachelors. 264 6884. ,
All new paint 2 'BR, LR, Kit. 4
GELS": John Casavetes. Furn.. Brk. Nook Park 2 cars, FOR SALE LUGGAGEUTILI- '
and boat, $85 mo. includes, water TY Trailer waterproof.Ideal for

NR, Sewing Day .4 sewage' garbage, lawn' care .Navy family transferi$95..Carr? ; ., :.\
Furn. &. UnfurniV387:; --,2541 '
top luggage rackWaterproof$18' ;
Stt nights and weekends, 389 0744.
Wednesday lOW RATES ; 264 9839.ATTENTION. : "<


volunteer sewing day Wednesday Combination Radio. Console Hi- hire four servicemen to work .
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the PAYMENTS Fi Like New. Orig. price $209. evenings and weekends. Earn'
NARTU Barracks. Bldg. 905, in Just assume $8. Mo. payments.Bal. $60 and up per week. Must be
room 311.Volunteers. $69. A 1 Warehouse E-4 and up, have car and married -
are requested to CONTINENTAL INSURANCE 1606 Main St. Call 359-1719,10 to 7 p.m.
bring portable sewing machinesif
they own one.
Coffee and cookies will be ser- UNDERWRITERS INC.

ved.For, further information call (formerly, Mrl)0u I ( I<<
Mrs. Carl Simonsen 771-3691.. 6479.RMsmlt IM. 34$-1616 year.34 washer Ideal for laundromat retired couple.A and. Guarantee.sews on buttons Makes, decorative buttonholes desIgns -,

Call Us AnytimeFISH7WVF7 drycleaning pick -' station in a monograms, etc. Must
.. busy section of Southside Jax. place in your area. Just pay
.. .. .. Call for information and details Balance $40 on easy terms.
BOWEN REAL ESTATE, Realtor Phone 353 1946. Anytime.Will'
Phone 3841376.. deliver no obligation.FOR .
Si4 J ::1JiA

Timuquana Road. Opposite Vene- 2 BR, 1 B Bungalow with stove
SPECIAL tia School. Walking Distance to and refrig. furn. DR & garage,
shopping. center. Elec. Range, Space heater. $90 mo. EV8-
LOCATED REGULAR $1.15 VALUE Sep. Dining Room 264 4361. 5543.

14m MN otJrT.f'IrFItIRlUr 0 N LY
Only Min. to Ctc4// NAS .NIlS" INM'YitgkKN
: fGAW Wanted for car lot close to NAS you Buy Sell or Invest.
71 UNITS Jax. Must have own tools. Call Bowen Real Estate, Realtor,

1.2, & 3 0 264 4525. USN Retired 384 1376...



$75 mo. Free Use of boat during Houses & Apts. Equity VA & ;
.WALL-TO-WALL : week. Dock & Launching pur- FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
CARPETS GOOD poses. 15 min. NAS. 2 Extra Call Powell or Mills USN

DRAPES i Thu rs. Sun. large Trailer Parking Spaces For. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
CENTRAL AIR & HEAT Rent 264 9740. Realty.
Individual Rms Together or Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Swimming Pool & Complete Seperate Rentals 2534 Oak St. modern trailers & Apts. 389 .
Laundry Facilities 398 0851. 3007.

Near Schools' Both Pr/voft IiQ "t
SItpnp Bo&tgwg3gp
& Shopping Center Cond $175. 65,000 BTUgasheat- P.S.,. P.B., Auto/Trans. AC.: ,
9 er, w/blower $25. 249-2040 Warranty Call 781-5534
6756 103rJ STREET : ; *c

PHONE 771-8844 4621 SUB Jill Ave.
D. W. Pfaoie 384-2386 TopperCamper- $175. Hurry! Enrollment now open, $2.00. per:'
Priest USN (Ret)
781-2335 After 5:00 p.m. lesson. Call 384 4718. (


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January 18, 1968

, 679th GetsEquipment 25 Year Career Ends

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By Lt. Dan FranklinThe For Mrs. Bess HalleyBy

679th Radar Squadron Jan Mercurio
(USAF) manual operations sec- for the last
Mrs. Mary (Bess) Halley will cover her typewriter
tion has a new look these days, time tomorrow when she retires after 25 years of civil service
with the addition of all new con-
communications field. Spendingmost
work, most of which has been in the
soles and communications equipment g of her civil service years at the air'station, Mrs. Halley has
in their operations room. '
manual worked as secretary LO the sen- that have visitedme
The squadron's oper- United States
ation section, located bldg. 118, AFkk' ior chaplain, in the disbursing at one time or another.
is, responsible for manual sur- office, comptroller and now at
"' the communications office. "I've made a lot of good friends -
; veillance and tracking air traffic -
and control of fighterinterceptor "Working with civil service In 25 years" she said,"and
I'm to miss a lot of people
aircraft during hostilities, ':. has been very interesting, said going
.I(; "
: Mrs. Halley, "I've worked at a here.
in ,case of a computer break- _
g variety of jobs, but communications 4z
down in the semi-automatic
has been die interest -
ground environment system most UI
(SAGE). With the new consoles ing.
'and equipment, the operation l1 When asked about her present ay%

be. smoother and more efficient. i-J ;; position in communications Mrs. _
The consoles: were pre fabricated : Halley replied jokingly, "I begin
at Patrick Air,Force Base by dusting off the desk's". .
by personnel from the Eastern NEW EQUIPMENT -- Capt.. Robert Hess, 679th Radar Squadron but more on the serious side,
Test Range, who also, do work operations officer and TSgt. Francis Szynaka install new "I do secretarial work with
for Cape Kennedy. After ship- classified material forNARFandNAS
communications equipment in the squadron's operations -
ment to Jacksonville, all of the correspondence for com-
installation was. done by, squadron section. munications, handle civilian per- .t';
sonnel time keepingoffice -
personnel, on a "selfhelp"basis.
Capt. Robert Hess, op- Feb. 1 Deadline Set for Annual correspondence, filing" and
erations officer the 679th, and answer the phone a lot.
in charge of the-project, esti- Award Nominations Active on the golf course and
Navy League
mates that the squadron saved at the bridge table, Mrs. Halley
the $600 by doing holds a few championship titlesat
government NavNews--Commands are reminded mission of nominations to the both hobbies. She also does
the work themselves. Cost of
that the deadline for sub- annual Navy League Awards pro- some knitting and flower arranging -
the equipment was just under .
$2,900. gram is fast apprpaching.All and still finds time to spend
nominations (orginal and
with her two grandchildren.When .
six copies) should be mailed she retires, Mrs. Halley
Roosevelt directly to: Board of Awards, plans on playing''' more golf and
{( ) CAR WASHOPEN Navy League of the United States, bridge, and to do some traveling"To

Mall Washington 818 Eighteenth, D.C. 20006.Street, N.W., -- visit friends all over the MRS. BESS HALLEYAviator's

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM Nominations must be received -
prior to Feb. 1 for con- Reunion Slated in June

FREE CAR WASHWITH sideration., Awards will be madein
April at the Navy League The' second annual Naval A- ing of events and housing ar

75 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL./ Nation Convention in Honolulu. vlator's Reunion, sponsored by rangements.
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Details on the Navy League the Chief-. of Naval Air Train- Activities tentatively plannedfor .
Awards program are containedin ing, will take place June 15-17, the three day reunion include -
SPRAWAX .NOW ONLY 50 ,. 1650 of Nov. 22,1967. Pensacola, Fla. Alexander S. ,Heyward, Jr.,
Located Jn4Roosvff: Moll/ Shopping, Center Navy, Marine Corps and Coast:. the chief' of Naval Air Train- '
Guard Aviators, their familiesand ing; a presentation entitled "A
'guests";'are invited to attend., Day in: Vietnam"; a visit to the '
Aviators who indicated l duringthe Naval Aerospace Medical Institute -

..,'.,... .". ';, "...".,."Y d :" { recent,survey that they would and Naval Aviation Mus-
,I'' C3tJjJ't1' ', : like to attend'a reunion, will eum; an informal cocktail party
-'jl,: ,' ,.t'.. "... "'./ ," receive, further information and and buffet dinner; and free time
'.w....., tf '-, .. I.*r .1""m. registration cards in the mail. for golfing, swimming, fish-
,:-- >4 All others desiring information ing, and meeting with old friends.WESCONNEIT .
should write as soon as possibleto
/ Q2d'I the'Chief of Naval Air Train Sign up for

ing (Code Oil), Naval Air StatIon US.SayingsUqncteNew ;

'- Pensacola, Fla. 32508. Freedom'H0re&,
This ,wll assist in the schedul- ,

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January 18, 1968 "

I NATTC : By tneh.. .. !. Scene 1 1The 1

following .
personnel were YN2 Jack L. a .aw
Yeager was sel-
Tuesday as a result of ected NATTC Serviceman of
the August 1967 Navy wide
the Month. The selection will
examinations: AOCS W.E. Akins
entitle him
to a commendation,
AEC DJ. Beebe, ATC
a $50 U.S.
Savings Bond and a
Browning, PNCM:
J.R. Collins, free tour of St. Augustine
A01 J. L. Dalrymple A02
R. ***************
Derus PN2 R. J. Goulden, AEC LCdr. Robert E. Biggs was
r R.F. Hudson, PNCSJ.H.Jackson, promoted to his present rank dur-
YN3 W. Kristufek, Jr., AECS ing a ceremony in the'CO'soffiCe
E.H. Nance, AE2 R.S. Przybor- January 8.
owski, AOC E.L. Simmons, AEC Commander Biggs came to
J.L. Smith AECS S. R. Smith NATTC on December 22 from the ..19y
Cdr. Summers AEC J. F. Swank, AEl O.K. USS Roosevelt and is an AE
Thompson PN2 J. I. Vander- School training officer.
ham, and A02 T.D. Watkins. *****************. p.
VW4GetsNew Mrs. Lora C. Kurz, a Civil The Pop Warner Junior League -- ,
Service employee in AO school, Football season ended:! and the DISTAFF GOLF AWARDS Nicky Knock (left), who fin-
retired January 12, having com- NATTC sponsored Colts held ished second in the air station's Women Golf Association, I
CO pleted more than 19 years of service their annual dinner and awards watches Vice President Ruth Bolin present potty Hilton

to the government. Twelveof presentation at the Westconett (right) with first place trophy for recent fall cup tourney.
Cdr. Howard P Summers took
those years were spent at Civic Association Hall recently.
command of Weather Recon- NA TIC. A plaque was presented to E.R. .
naissance Squadron Four the Alter reading his letter of ap- O'Connell, public affairs officer, Blue Angels Seek EMs
Hurricane Hunters relievingCdr. reciation, Capt. R. P.Kline com- for the assistance given by the
John V, Lawrence, Jr., in manding officer presented Mrs. donations of the officers and en- The U.S. Navy flight demon- the team should submit a letterof
ceremonies held today. Kurz a plaque of NA TTC. Cdr.R. listed personel of NATTC by stration team, "The Blue request to BuPers v a.hi.
Commander Summers, a nativeof D. Kunkle, AO School superintendent Charlie H. Benson of the West Angels" is seeking outstanding Commanding Officer, Naval Air 'O
Pueblo, Colo. and a graduateof gave her the traditional Duval Youth Association and head enlisted men to join its main- Station Pensacola, Fla., 32508
Pueblo Central High School AO cigarette lighter. coach of the Colts. tenance crew..., Openings exist (Officer-in-Charge, Blue Angel -
and Junior College received his for ADJ1, 2" 3; AMSl 2, 3; ).
bachelor of science degree from AMH2, 3; AE1, 2, PR3; and
the Navy Post Graduate School in ADJAN. NAVY EXAMSNow
Monterey. Calf., in 1962. The teams aircraft are maintained -
z B Z-/
Flying the long range, 72 ton at 100 per cent avail Is the time to preparefor
radar version of the Lockheed BY ability and crew members must the February exams, get
Super Constellation, the Hunters BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC meet high standards of profes- the book that has helped hun-

collect meteorological data in sional ability. Preference will dreds of Navy men, "2500
and around the violent storms, be given to applicants with F-ll Questions & Answers onNaval
enabling the U.S.Weather Bureau and F-9 experience or experience Military Subjects. Send:! $3.50to
to predict their movement and in newer Navy jets like ADVANCEMENT, P.O.Box
eventual growth. the F-4 and A-6. 122 .- Hyde Park Mass.02136
Along with hurricane reconnaissance An applicant desiring to join

VW 4 also flies
routine weather tracks in support
of fleet movements and additional
'tracks to support rescue and recovery -
operations for NASA's money
projects Gemini and Apollo.In .
his address, Commander:!
Summers said "The squadron to bills
stands:! second to none among the pay
Fleet Air squadrons of today.I .
feel confident that in the forth-' I .

coming urblemished year if the you record, the officersand will go : 3 :ELL..A.E: : :&, See HFC. "'.Ty.\ '

men of VW 4, will lend "
me the same superb support that ZXOIUttB: :: :BT7XXjCHCSl8.!!! : : IISTC.:

was rendered:! to Commander You are coftfteHy: invited to Inspect: our hwnM at your convonfenco
Lawrence. 10 A.M. to Dork. Taw SMtti on iHirtim. .ouHwd (Hwy. nl) 4'J


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ADJ2 J. C. Newcomer PT2 C.
A. Harbert and SD2 F, S. GarciaTo .4j1
third class: PH3 J. Bess- FRI. FEB. L MON. FEB 5JACKSONVILLE
wanger, PH3 J. Ranieri, PH3 D. thru .
Schmidt, AZ3 N. G. Sinquefield,
YN3 R. S. Trout, BM3 J. L. COLISEUM
Enzor, PH3 A.S.Kenton,and AZ3J. ;
C. Newcomer.

Com Fair J ax

YNC Sammie C. Ogden, YN3
Michael and! AZ3
J. Biernatt :
Jared M. Calvert. Got more bills than money to pay them?See the military

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MOTORS sr $100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48
i 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
,y i.fs. 300 17,79 21,88 30.21 55.45
w tidy'r
64 VW Sedan. .$750 $ 500 28.97 35,85 49.75 91.78
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
64 Chevelle.$790
Charles art computed at 3% on that part of
6 cyl Stick ,. scheduled monthly balances not txcttdint$J()()
and 7% on any ttmaindrr This KluJul it
i baud..prompt payment and tntludt*elkn,...
63 Falcon.$490 i
Fri.. F.'. 2 4115. 6' a:1S pje.I ..
J:[ 61 Carmen Ghia .$490 sat.. F.'. J 10lJO .......
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Cpe. : Su.... F... 4 2:00 tr Coa ,.....
on kId under 12 Mon. Fib. 5 4115. 6' ,......
$ 60 Valiant. $175 Fr-Mat. 6' fro., Sot. Mere .t 1115
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l;ti daaRY... 2:1: I Intramural Scoreboard |

. 1. Only four jockeys in rac
. ing history have ridden 400 or : The first instramural bsketball games since the Christmas

, more winners in a single year. di dis holidays were staged this week as the American League resumedits
Two accomplished the feat this .
year. Who are they? action Monday night. of the season while handing the
opening game
45 its
2. Two National
'I Basketball Association records MARTD squad its fifth consecutive loss 53 45 Monday afternoon.
Administration 52 38, and
76ers Then that evening VP 30 stopped
fell when the Philadelphia
, ; Aircraft squeezed by the Operation's Boathouse 49-
t beat Seattle 160-122, one when
the 76ers scored 53 points in the
third quarter and then went on s 14I 48.With less than a fourth of the season's games played, here are

, to roll up 95 points for a half- the current standings;
"( time mark. What teams held Career NotesHow
'( the former records? American League
< 3. Who was the first player
i drafted in the American Foot Team Won Lost many times have you
.. ball League? : I< heard, "It's a good career -
= VAP 62 4 0
) 4. The Oakland Raiders went VP-7 st ay with ill I?" Probably sev-
: 4
b '13-1 this season to win more Aircraft Mairit.::1 4 2 eral, yet, have you ever stop-
, games in a regular season than 9 ped to think of the hidden bene-
t VP 45 ,. 1 0
.team since the AFL was "
any fits of a military career?
.t VP :30 3 1
\ formed. What team held the Where else could you receive
0p '
, former record? 9 ; AETU 1 2
f, T $232.50 a month after working
Admin. 2 3
( ANSWERS. M9U w 20 years' ? The equivalent in civ-
pjoD9J aqiUu3 FltWeaFac ; 1 3
auiBS UOSB3S JBn3a.isz : ilian life would cost you $185a
oj Boathouse (Opl) 0 4
sllU! 8'n pai month in retirement insurance.But .
\ IUuU! a'l1 ul MARTD ; 0 ,5
-1uaJap s.lapluu aqjJJIBUI \-ziUOJSOH ( as a career militaryman,

4. 9 'HA\! BlUR! oluJJnu a'iL 'P .... National League the government puts this amountof
S .S10lJ1Ud aqj Xq asn Lost money aside each month for
Team Won
\ -saSS JO wpaMipauo p.luq.laf gy : CAGE OPENER -- Cdr. J.G. Ballou, NATTC executive officer VW-4 ", ,: 0 your retirement. Add this to

y .nuq aoj sujod! 16 JO '!1JUw tosses first ball to open NATTC intramural loop season VP 16 ,4 4 1 your basic pay for a clearer
t .Jaq10 ai|) Plaq sapSuy son] Jan. 9. AEA class 741 beat AEA class 802, 4026. Mar. Bar. I 0 picture of your actual pay.
,_ PUB SJBN astUBjls pp aq 'UO} The serviceman also has tax
r -BOH: 'aaouijJiBg: pUB UOJSOQ XqXU0 Hospital I 2 deduction benefits which his civ-
Fliers Down Ft. Stewart
I ( { [ Play siiod( 23 SBM )f JBUIaauijoj VP-5' ,I 1 ilian counterparts miss out on.
' 679th 2
aqx Z
SJB9X NARTU '\ 3 Allowances such as subsistence,
M3)B OMJapoj Twice Bow to ServLant 2 .
basic allowance, family
,w l.lauulALit 'lJU1J8U mo: ComFalrJax : 0 3 separa-
tion allowance and allowance -
\ SS6t UI B.lauulA98t! p.loJa.l 8I11M The Jax Navy Fliers brought bowing to the Service Force Atlantic AFEES 0 3 nontaxable.Thus .
Kisw( 001ifl *!1'1 01 "solD their season's record to 7 5 Fleet squad in last week's Cadeuces 0 4 are
\ aq1 &.Ia\uwaoqs HH! : .upauld an E-7 with ten yearsof
by downing! Ft.Stewart twiceafter basketball action here.In .

: o1ee1Y PUB zanbsgJA_ aaior'1. ___ .____....u__.__._____,__,__..__ the Jan. 11 contest against service receiving $564.30 a
month, taxesononly$402.60his
\ SERVLANT, three Jax Navy pays
-- basic .
Fliers hit in the double figures pay.A
married civilian drawing
with Chuck Bryson hitting 24,
$564.30 month
a must taxeson
Jim Owens 16 and Steve Miller pay
the full amount.
\ 14. But the Flier's scoring attack -

... was to no avail as SERV-
LANT led throughout the game, HONDAMOTORCYCLES
taking it 81- 68.
\ The following night the Fliers

\I stopped Ft.Stewart's Army squad ( S 9F
,II.I. 84 76, as Bryson and Miller W* Give Merchants Green Stamps

," led the Jax Navy squad. F

Others scoring in that game for ...
>\ the Fliers'were Cliff Ormsby with A t = Z .. -
10; Carl Hattabaugh, eight; Jim ,
tI I Owens, seven; Henry Sorenson,
3; and Norman McBride and Ken-
,\I ton Brown adding two each.

t, Saturday afternoon the Jax
;. Navy Fliers and Ft.Stewart squad 'gfPS J
---- ---------- --
';. tangled again. The Army team
"I 1i' led during the first half with the INTRIGVlNG-Suzy Kendall I itas 4949 BlandingPH
/ half time score 41 33, but American at can be, but gives
the Fliers scored 54 points in the impression of being an international 771-8244
the second half downing Ft. Stewart spy
for the third time this sea-

dS ," son 87 85.
The Fliers take on the Jack-

j tJ sonville University freshmen
Monday night at 5:30: at the Jacksonville -

.. Coliseum.YOU'LL .
., '.
" NEW CDR .- A limited duty
officer with 28 years service 1 ?c: .)

and the only supply officer \ A ..

. at NARF, FJ. Dusenberry
; has been promoted to com Ci

I ':' ,' mander. Mrs. Dusenberry hands SAVE 5IGjp

her husband his new, hat dur-

ing ceremony at NARF.

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