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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm.,,Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official t expression of any \
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VOL. 25 NO. 48 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 7, 1968




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The Navy's top woman officer, sonnel and:! Administratioh Of-
Capt. Rita Lenihan, director of fices and Communications De
the WAVES, arrives here Sundayfor partment. Capt. and Mrs. Stack
a four day visit to local will host the visitor at dinner
military commands. Monday evening.
Scheduled to arrive at Jack- Tuesday, Captain Lenihan will
sonville's Imeson Airport at 3 tour the Supply Department,Navy
p.m., Sunday, Captain Lenihan Finance Office, Aircraft Maintenance -
will begin her official activities Department, Air Opera-
here Monday with an 8 a.m. bar- tions Department, Fleet Weather

.. .. '. ....."'> .>. Facility and Naval Hospital. She i
is scheduled to depart Jax for j :Jd
Glynco, Ga. Tuesday afternoonand
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> then here Wednesday d ___
t,7 return -
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Becomes Director s .f a t

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Captain Lenihan became dir-
ector of the WAVES in 1966 following w I
three years of duty at );
the Naval War College, Newport :
A A F t? .d,df4Rk nf R.I. Commissioned in 1943, : t b .A
she served her first assignment :
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at the Navy's Bureau of ::
Personnel. In 1949 she was ordered /
to London where she servedtwo
years as an administrative
assistant, and aide to the Chief '
of the Joint Planning Staff, Com- k
mander in Chief, Naval Forces,
Eastern Atlanticapd Medit rran-
PROCLAIMS SEABEE DAY Watching Governor Claude Kirk sign proclamation designating

ean.Later she served at the Pato- March 5, as "Seabee Day" were (L to R) Equipment Operator Constructionman David C. Harbin, )

officer mac River in, charge Naval of Command the WAVES and Lt. '(j.g.) lElliott) -.II. Boone, 'CEC,'and Chief Utilitiesman Joseph PelUcer. I

Capt. Lenihan Officer School, Newport, R. I I. .

racks inspection. She will visit Heads NESEP Seabees Mark 26th Anniversary"The I
with Capt. M. J. Stack at 9 a.m. From 1959 until 1961 Captain .
before calling on RAdm. R. J. Lenihan served in the Bureau of
Stroh at 10 Monday morning. Naval Personnel as program coordinator difficult we do immediately Duval County Board of Commissioners Okinawa during World War II,
Following her visit with the and contract sponsorfor the impossible may and Mayor Commis- there is building which must be
admiral, Captain Lenihan will the Navy Enlisted Scientific take a little longer. sioner Han Tanzler of Jackson- done. And Construction as before, the Battal-Navy'sMobile I

meet with Capt. W. W. Honour, Education Program and as administrator That statement characterizesthe ville.
Fleet Air Wing 11. She will of the Naval "can do" spirit of the Navy's Today in South Vietnamason
also have an opportunity to talkto Preparatory School, which trains Seabees, who celebrated their Guadalcanal, Saipan, and in (Continued on Page 2))
women attached to FAW 11 enlisted men for admissiontotheNavy 26th anniversary this week. -
and Patrol Squadron 30. Academy. Miss Lenihanwas Governor Proclaims VP-5 Hosts German Navymen -I
appointed deputy director of
Afternoon Schedule the WAVES in 1961 and in 1963 Florida Governor Claude Kirk
Personnel passing near the patrol missions. Based at NAS
After lunch with WAVE officers was assigned to the staff of the proclamined Tuesday as .Seabee VP-5 flight line over the week Nordholtz, Germany, the crew
the Blue Jackets Inn the Naval War College. Day when he signed a proclamation -
at woman end may have noticed an unfami- and aircraft are representativeof
If- will call on Capt.R. Captain Lenihan is a memberof Feb. 28. March 2 was the
captain liar aircraft near the squadron'sP3 German forces' assigned to ;
P Kline, commanding officer the American Association of 101st birthdayoftheNavy'sCivilEngineering A Orions. The plane wasa NATO. '
of the Naval Air Techni- University Women and a former Corps. dignitaries Brequet 1150 Atlantic, a mari- "
cal Training Center. Later office holder in its chapter or- signing Seabee proclamations time aircraft flown by the Fifteen of the crew toured Marine ,
patrol
Land and the historic sites in .
were the chairman of the
,
she will visit the NAS Jax per- ganization.trol German Marine (Navy). and around St. Augustine Sat- "

A, German air crew of seven urday. Most.of the visiting officers I
I Law Seminar Convenes Mondayby officers and 15 enlisted men were familiar with the United I
arrived Friday morning for an States, many oi them having ,

The seventh.annual East Coast and habeas corpus will be a Bureau of Naval Personnelteam exchange visit with 'VP 5's gone through training at Pensa- ,
Mad Foxes. The crew, com- cola Corpus Christi and Nor-
Law Seminar, sponsored by conducted Tuesday. as well as a briefingby
RAdm. Wilfred Hearn, judge a Naval Operations team. manded by LCdr. Reinhardt Wle- folk, where they earned their
advocate general of the Navy, Wednesday Schedule Various speakers will discuss mer, and accompanied by Cdr. H. flight officer or aviator wings.
will begin aboard the station Mon- Administrative law briefingswill defense analysis, Marine Corps Schmidt, was met on arrival bya During the evening Saturday,
day and extend through March 23. be given, 'Wednesday and activities in Vietnam, and the Mad Fox welcoming party head VP-5 officers and men entertained '
ed by Cdr. J. R. Farrell VP the visitors in their
and will North Atlantic Treaty Organization. -
The seminar will be attendedby March 14, speakers ...
5 (X). homes at dinner. ]
.
various concerning
subjects
100 active and inactive Naval discuss :
The German 1150 Atlantic is The Germans left for their '
of confessions search and
Reserve law specialists, most Field TripsIn ,
much like the U. S. Navy's Orion return trip to Nordholtz Sunday
whom are private practitioners, :seizure:; investigations, punishments
and of recent addition, to the lectures, and is assigned the same type morning.
attorneysin ; a summary
judges or government .
administrative[ the visiting seminarians will '''......*#',,-. ." .,";, ,, ""r '. t '" '..,' .. ( ,<.,.
civilian life. They represent developments : ', <7. .- '\ ,. '.> '<""'!', ': \" \;.: .4' I ,".; t1,
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28 states and 60 cities. law.The take two field trips, first to the j, ''(;J:":,>,.,' ,' :f.:" : "7:7">::"Jfk-:;' )1.t"t'j1",:t1.' !'iG''d" ,);J"i:t' ;'.,'.\"..'. .' "..,:tit -*
second week of the seminar USS Lexington at the Mayport ; ; ;. .{;
Law BriefingsThe will include briefings on mattersof Naval Station, and to the National
seminar is to acquaint interest to the Nav.l1 l Resene Aeronautics and Space Adminis-
seminarians with recent developments ..... .." "' .... .... tration facilities at Cape Kennedy. .1 \
in International Law, Politico The seminar will be attendedby
Military Affairs, and administrative local commanders and of -
law. Admiral Hearn fleers, Capt. James A. Potter, "
and Capt. John Brock and LCdr. JAGC, ComFairJax legal officer -
Bruce Harlow of the Judge Advocate Capt. Martin J Stack,
General's: Office will brief NAS commanding officer, Capt.
the seminarians on internationallaw William S. Baker, Naval Hospi-
Monday. Capt. layoA. Had taol commanding i officer, and ,Yy py.uaur
den, will also hold briefings on RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com- .
political military affairs within ? 4 mander, Fleet Air Jax will be F =
the State Department. among those at the seminar. ,, n
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A brief ing by the Justice School Visiting officials and repre- -" .c'f'1"t
Staff, which will include discussion sentatives will include: Capt.Ri- < ; ; : I '
of command influence and chard StacerdirectorNaval : : __ :
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.. the Accuser Concept, applicable :
,r. 2;, law in areas under federal con- RAdm. II earn (Continued on Page I II I) German "Atlantic" touches down at NAS Jax.


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It'5 YOU )TDp: R '$ibiIiIY l Edward's Chapel

;nJ J t1 ) SUNDAY MASS -----g a.m.
and 11 a.m.
The time of the year has again arrived for us all to face the DAILY MASS - -11:30 a.m.
spectre of one of life's two unavoidable situations -- taxes. At SATURDAY MASS - ,9 a.m.
least, that's what the old cliche states. w ; 1 Religious Education Classes
Everyone has received his W-2 forms and, after the initial shockof XNa 'PA (Grade School) -----9:45a.m.

seeing how much we really made during 1967 wears off and we CONFESSIONS5.
have convinced ourselves that we really do have our correct with- -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30 p.m.
holding statement (not the one that shows the income of the commanding .- I MONDAY

general or the department head), it's time to start gathering the v I Religious Education Classes
?
necessary data to compute our income tax return. Of course, in the (High School) ------1 p.m.
process we try to determine where it all went and why we don't TUESDAY
have more to show in the way of savings or other assets. Single Young Catholic Organi-
However, the moment of truth has arrived -- it's time to compile zation - -7:31)) p.m.
figures and actually compute exemptions, .deductions, credits, etc. THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR
Although we have a highly complex tax law,-the government has made 7 p.m.

every possible.attempt to make your income tax computation as easy as : ; *: U.S. Naval/ Hospital


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SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.

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Troop Transport. A Marine Corps CH 46 Sea Knight hell PROTESTANTAll

copter flies its 70,000 combat hour logged during a Vietnam

tactical mission in February. The Marine CH 46s have flown Saints Chapel

more than 160,000 sorties while carrying over 30,000 tons of SUNDAY

cargo and evacuating 7,600 injured Marines. Divine Worship Service-10a.m.

Junior Worship Service 10a.m.
Bldg. # 722
Seabee Anniversary
Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
#722Junior

(Continued from Page I) World War II -- the floating Youth! Fellowship 5 p.m.
When you compute your tax or, if necessary, have someone else 722
do it, remember this: The government does not want you to pay more ions -- the' Seabees -- are there, pontoon causeway. Throughoutthe Bldg.
than your fair share of taxes. If you are in doubt about a deductionto many working with the Marines. island hopping campaignsof Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30

claim, consult your legal officer or other tax expert, don't simply The close comradeship between the Pacific and in many instances TUESDAYJunior p.m.
ignore it with the idea,'"It wouldn't be accepted anyway." If you are the Seabees and Marines in the European theater
legally entitled to! a deduction, the government wants you to take it. started 25 years ago. When the the pontoons proved indis- Choir# Rehearsal p.m.
On the other hand, don't try and be "slick." The IRS takes vigorous Marines wrested Guadalcanalfrom pensible for unloading tank Bldg. 722
action against those people who attempt to shirk their responsibility the Japanese in the early landing ships which couldn'tget WEDNESDAYSenior
and shift their individual tax burden to other con- years of World War II, the Sea- close enough to the beach to Choir Rehearsal 7:30:
scientious taxpayers. bees, then less than six monthsold discharge their cargoes from p.m.THURSDAY'.
Our self-assessment tax system is a model for the rest of the overcame boggy terrain, their ramps onto the beach. \'
world and depends on the honesty and integrity of the individual jungle heat and enemy bombs to Development Stays Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
taxpayers. It is also equipped with built-in safeguards to protectthe help repair and defend Henderson Bldg. # 722
individual in case of missteps, differences and honest errors. Field, the first American Air- Even today, a quarter of a cen- Christian Science Service
Your annual federal income tax is one of the,responsibilities that field on Guadalcanal. Seabee tury after its development, the 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751

comes with the rights of citizenship. All that isexpected is that you "crater crews" developed their pontoons remains as a pro- i
.J! meet this responsibility honestly, accurately and by April 15. (AFPS) repair techniques to such a degree perty of the amphibious Seabees.
.. that 40 minutes after an When the Seabees and Marines TrafficViolations
enemy bomb tore a hole in the landed at Olu'Lai,Vietnam,their

They Protect Us field's steel matting, no evidenceof equipment and supplies rolled
a bomb hit could be found. ashore over the familiar pontoon

And that wasn't all. On New causeways.In .
1951, at the height of the
From Bombs War'Editor's Georgia a few months later when Korean conflict, the Seabees
the Seabees and Marines good -
,
naturedly tried to get the best launched their biggest peacetime The following is a report of
effort, the construction of the
vehicle accidents and traffic -
of each other, a Seabee re- motor
( Note: The following letter, addressed to the com- connaisance landed on the Cubi Point Naval Air Station in violations for the period 20
manding officer of the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, was written held party Island. But the the Philippines. The air stationwas Feb. through 26 Feb;
by Marian Lunsford of Holly Hill, Fla. Mrs. Lunsford expresseda enemy Marines didn't know it. The needed to support growingU. Number of Accidents

typical concerned American's views over the ideological struggle leathernecks charged ashore S. committments in the Far. This Week . . .4
between the Free World's allies and the forces of tyranny. The looking for the enemy, but found East. Huge trees were removed, Total Accidents this year throughFeb.
mother of two small sons, Mrs. Lunsford, is proud of her country the Seabees instead. swamps filled, a hill leveled 85 26 . . .37
and has tried to instill the high ideals of true Americanism in her One thing the Seabees could do feet shaved off the top of a mountain Number of Accidents throughFeb.

children. We think this mother's letter represents the best of even then -- they could impro- and even a native village 67 . . 40
responsible parenthood. If more Americans like Mrs. Lunsford vise. The 55 gallon fuel drum relocated. Cub! Point is today'smost Total number of days since
would let their thoughts be known, the anti war, anti everything versatile makeshift modern naval air station in last injury in a motor vehicle
provided a
movements would become a in the dark. As long as there are the Far East.
cry construction piece. The Seabees accident . . 3
Mrs. Lunfords* America's dissenting minority can continue to cry. From the steaming junglesof
converted them to culverts Number of ViolationsThis
Because Mrs. Lunsford and millions of like her teach their the Pacific
mpthers to the frigid wintersof
.60
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fuel lines, roofing material, and Week . .
children the high ideals and responsibilities of being an American, Antarctica, the Seabees have
in instance . . .4
sightseeingcanoe.
one a Speeding
this country will remain free and safe -- even free for the minorityof continued to build. A specially
Reckless Driving . .1
dissenters to gain publicity for their anti everything move- designed Seabee unit attacked the 5
But the biggest innovation of all Going through Stop Sign .
) task of
ments. was the Seabees: "Magic Box". building in support of Other Violations . . 50
Mrs. Lunsford wrote: Operation Deep Freeze. It
started -
Dear Commander This was a crude cube of steel Seventy-four drivers appeared
: constructed in such with Operation High Jump before the Traffic Board
I plates a way led Hearing
This I short letter thank for nice
just a to someone a
? very :
kindness. I 1 j that.many of them'could be coup by Rear Admiral Richard E.Byrd at the meeting held on Feb.
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led forming of too' 'ih' -L94T: This of included -
together one 'opertfon' lasted 29. Disposition the cases
This afternoon around two, my sons, two neighborhood boys, and
most versatiles pieces of only a few months but, in 1955, the following: 12 lost driving -
myself, were walking along the beach, up near Flager Beach the
combat equipment to come out of Seabees returned to the ice and parking privileges aboard
when a large Navy helicopter came upon us.. He was heading for
Jacksonville.Well .. (Continuedfrom Page 9)) station for various periods::: ; 26

the boys were thrilled at the sight, and they ran along the 1" were assigned to complete an
) beach waving at him. The pilots were so kind, and they acknowledgedthem eight-hour course in remedial
and waved back. driving at NATTC; 22 received

That may not mean much to some people, Commander, but to J AX AIR NTEWS suspensions; 15 were given warn
small boys, their attention was a dream come true. ings; 13 were dismissed20;
I've tried to teach my boys to appreciate their blessings, and I've fined (U.S. COMMISSIONER);and
told them that it's because of men like you, and those pilots, who is 9 referred to commanding of-
The JAX r AIR NEWS a Civilian Enterprise
devote their lives to safeguarding ourfreddom,that we are so blessed. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Newspaper Station, ficers for possible disciplinaryaction.
You often wonder if they do, for they are only 6 and 4 years old. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, .
After the helicopter was going out of sight, Emory, my oldest, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in AIR Fifty six drivers were assessed -
told his brother and friends, "that those men love us, and work NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 133 traffic points.
all day to keep us from bombs and war." / 2, NAS Jacksonville J by 12:00: noon on Monday before pub
God bless you all, and we do appreciate the job you do. This is lication.772 News- 3118 items or 3119.are welcomed from all sources Telephone -

one family who thanks you. MAIL' EARLY.-:
If you could let those men know just how much I appreciate their Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ,. )

kindness, I would very much be your debt concerning such should be directed to: :.- 'II cf. )) .
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sMrs.. Marian Lunsford and Sons The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd J .

Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 ... ,
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Red Cross Gets New DirectorRed


Cross Director Paul Logan Logan offered some reflectionson north to the Delta swamps in the
has reported here to head Red American Red Cross activit- south; Red Cross specialists in ji1
Cross activities at Jax, Cecil ies in Vietnam. Red Cross mes- social and recreation work serveat YM S. r/

Field NASGlynco. He reports sages to and from South Vietnamin all major hospitals as wellas
here following a one year behalf of U. S. servicemen aboard the hospital ships USS
Vietnam.assignment at Cam Ranh Bay average over 800 a day. Three Repose and USS Sanctuary. An-
other 110 volunteer Red Cross
Logan relieves Field Director hundred and fifty Red Cross ,
Cambell A. Fowler who returned workers provide 24 hour ser- girls from all over America operate -
the growing fleet of club-
active service here last U. S. A
to vice to troops at more +
mobiles and recreation centers.
July to assist in an emergency than 60 locations in South Viet- Logan said he is happy to be
created by increased require nam and 25 are serving our at NAS Jax and looks forwardto
ments for Red Cross personnelin troops in eight Thailand lo- meeting base personnel. He k aONE l
Vietnam and other overseas cations. will be available to all units to
military installations. Fowler discuss Red Cross services with
joined Red Cross in 1942 and Among the 350 member staff the view of reaffirming Cross .. r
has served the men in this coun- are trained men serving on the responsibilities to the military :
try's uniform at numerous mili- battlefields from the DMZ in the as authorized by Congress. OF 28 VP-7 officers celebrating their promotions Saturday was
tary installations in the South- Cwo.2 C. H.' Acre, who received his new shoulder boards from Cdr. l
east, as well as in Korea Japan J J. R. Swandener, commanding officer of the squadron. \
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and Austria. .
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NATTC News VP-7 Promotes 28 OfficersIt


A board of five officershas has been said that it is D. T. Twomey, E. D. priest
chosenAElJimmieGibson "cheaper by the dozen"but when F. M. Feltham T. G. Raffo !
as Serviceman of the Month at slightly over two dozen officersget J. A. Lundy D. F. Cole, K. B.
NATTC. Gibson is an instructorin IK I\ together for a wetting down Hallock, A. R. Davis, F. B. Ze-
Phase III of AEA( ) School. party it makes things even better. lif, J. S. Woodham, J. H. Gerken -
Gibson has been praised for his The traditional celebration was M. H. Mason, Jr., D. B.
extensive knowledge of the avia- r\1 held for Patrol Squadron Seven Snyder, K. B. Smith W. F. ZunaL.
tion electrician rating and his Saturday at the Officers Recrea- A. Crowe, D. R. Humphries f
constant research of instructional tional Facility, NAS Cecil Field, and F. E. Dalton.Promoted .
materials. In his letter of with comedian Dick McMeekinon to lieutenant junior
nomination for the award, he 1k Lr \ hand to add to the festivities. grade were Y. L. Wang, R. H. I
was credited with promoting Celebrating his promotion to Hoffman, J. D. Holtcamp G, F.
"motivation and a fervent desire lieutenant commander was C. A. Renard, F. A. Burke and' B.
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to learn, among both stu- Stephens. Strindberg.C. .
dent and fellow instructors. Those promoted to lieutenantwere H. Acre was promoted to
As a collateral duty, GibsonVIki -- N ib S. D. Webb, G. F.Anderson commissioned warrant officer.
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MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM

FREE CAR WASH

;;t ,,_ WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL
NEW DIRECTOR Paul Logan, veteran of 14 years of experienceRed I in PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Cross, became the new director of the NAS Jax Red Cross facilities
25 SPRAWAX .NOW ONLY 50*
when Field Director Campbell A.' Fowler retired Friday after .
years of service. Located in Roosevelt/ Moll Shopping Center ;
LIVING AS YOU WANT IT//? I

Six Selected TARA FARMS .::. .';'i' "tZ ....' ,'. .,', '..' .
Choice Acreage for Homes -
Top Stewards and Farms Near Schools :f fj
and Churches o Away From j
Six men assigned to the Senior Town Out Only 6 Miles "
BOO have been selected Stewards To Orange Park and JO
.... of the Month for February for an Miles To NAS, JAX. 1
AEI I Gibson outstanding job well done.
They are SD3 E. D. Uy, adFRANK W. BROWN i; ,.
serves as his division's career ministration, SD3 D. C. Sayas K .
counselor. As such, he con- and TN M. B. Jacinto, wardroom & ASSOC l '
ducts lectures regularly. The staff, TN R. A. Quiambao, gal- 264 9504 Broker 264 9756 1
lectures are designed to keep ley staff SD3 T. Johnson and TN 1840 Hwy 17 Orange Park \
personnel abreast of current J. M. Esguerra, stateroom staff. I\i( :', ,I
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programs and benefits availableto :
them. t.'I"
During his off duty hours WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.I ): )
Gibson takes an active part in
his community. He coaches the 1
Cedar Hills Lancers, a community : AIR CONDITIONERS
,, sanctioned youth base '. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ..
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ball league. NEW & USED TV SETS > .
Gibson will be awarded a $50U. I. .' NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES .I:; ,!
S. Savings Bond,a commendation NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSFreight / f: ,

_ ,from and a his trip to commanding Augustine.officer -. Salvage Easy Credit Terms ,

The trip i is sponsored by the USO > Hrs. 9 a.m.1 p.m. Come,In & Browse! ::1'.' Busy beavers don't run around paying bills..they. '
of St.
organizations and St. Johns County Augustine and the 5326 W.sel..ltllII.11 103rd 771-0750 b open a checking'account at .';, .

city of St. Augustine. t1.
Gibson is married and has Iii

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WAY '!. NAS JAX FACILITY OFFICE
''Son Juan at Niblick

Phone 384 4406: to QOU ': Building 39 Ext. 3870

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1. 2 & 3 Bedrooms
3:00 p.m.
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Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m.
.Garden T\pf ;\partmrnts ORLANDO CLIPPER
with Country Club' .:: Thursday: 9:30 a.m.4:30 p.m.
AtmosphereKitclinis CRAFT .CROSBY .SILVER-LINE 1 Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. (
., equipped! with G-E :
Routes! (:V IU/fri rroro'5 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQCOOOOOOOOOOlitlei : BIAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE :
'Individual Air Conditioning
and Heating' h>' d i C flaw vie .:: Building 26 Ext. 226

.. Wall Drapes to furnished Hall ('arpetimj, and SALES and SERVICEHwy : Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
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Lorne Swimming{ Pool 264-9835 :' Military Pay Days 9:00 a.m. .3:00.: p.m.
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\ Civilians- Receive Job HikesThe I


} ad Dale H. Chamberlain, aircraft Public Works
followingNASJacksonville metalsmith; Victor Spirko, tool- Lesley M. Bennett, foreman
employees have been promotedin maker; Delane E. Black, indus- (leadingman) water plant opera-
accordance with the station'smerit trial tractor operator; John D. tor; Frank V. Abramson, Jr.,
promotion program. Hilton, foreman (leadingman) planner & estimator (PW mechanical
Naval Air Rework airframes mechanic; James L. systems); Imogene R.

Thomas J. Corbett, numerically Dupries, foreman (leadingman) Kelly, clerk (typing), GS-4.
controlled machine tool mechanic A/C metalsmith; and Alexander
; David M. Aldridge, air- Wiggins, foreman (leadingman) Data ProcessingArthur
craft electrical worker; Jack R. rotor blade mechanic (metal).
w aircraft electrical G. Palmer, peripheral
Ivey, Jr., NATU
worker; William M. Pittman,supervisory computer equipment operator,
aircraft examiner; GS-4.
Evans M. Fulmer, inspector Mary W. Ferguson, military
(gages) Bi; Joe Francis, inspector personnel clerk (typing), GS-4. Security
(gages) Ci; Rudolph Hinton,
Naval Hospital
messenger (motor vehicle Op- .Davis V. Bidd'e, A/C launch-
erator), GS-2; Dennis L. Perry, Sarah B. Dickey, laborer ing & arresting devices mechanic -
.--- aeronautical production controlman (cleaner; Thelma W. McGowan, :; James R. Hagan, firefighter

FINAL FAREWELL Cdr. Lou Clarrocca, USNR, executive (aircraft metalsmith); Wil- laborer (cleaner; Lizzie C. (general), GS-3; and William
officer of liam H. French, assistant plan- Johnson, laborer (cleaner);Susie Blake, firefighter (general); GS3. -
NARF, was "piped over the side" Friday in a re ner & estimator (airframes me- C. Dobson, laborer (cleaner); .
tirement ceremony which ended his 25 year Naval career. chanic); John O. Randall III, ip- Virginia B. Barlow, laborer
Miami.A dustrial engineer, GS-12; Nor- (cleaner; Elizabeth Johnson, Finance
man O. Anderson; industrial en- laborer (cleaner)' Elizabeth W.

gineer, GS-12; Albert Brookins, Telfair, laborer (cleaner); Es- Jewell W. Phillips, voucher
aircraft preservation mechanic; tella R. Gordon, laborer (cleaner examining supervisor, GS-6; and
Houston S. McClain, inspectorAC ); Irene B. Henderson, laborer Burla'C. Keith military pay clerk
WESCONNETT ( assembly); Norman Ver- (cleaner); Emma J. Cole laborer (typing), GS-4.
tigan Jr., inspector (A/C elec- (cleaner); Thelma F. Smith,
trical systems); Owen .Terrell, laborer (cleaner); Leonia Robinson CommissaryHelen
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wire Flowers BROKERS FOR OVER 200 ,
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,,, .q... 11't' \<.\.. Station Drive
Artistic r ; W
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T YOU" Is Continuing
plff' NOT. ',1 1111'41
Bf 'EOUTIQN ,,,
Reminders p ,--COST SAVINGS : ;ylG'tW.5''l The Jax Naval Air Station Association's -
ONE /'E.e group insurance plan,
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'I'', / roLl l'HPtl ,/I' !+'f: i r; extended so as to meet the intense -
s 'j t TION interest of civilian em-
ProducedJulius ? 'v I Lco r RfD!! ployees, will be available for
> gfPf.NEAIEJT' i 1: iooraH.rreEd \
<< membership until March 20. An-
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ii I r I "' : ,:'i nual membership dues are $5.
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W. Laster Jr., letterer AFFICE I I d The association offers a low-
and grainer for Plant Serv- I .ili{I .'Ii-\. .. cost group' Insurance plan that
ices, has recently decorated the }t,;.. ;. .R" provides quick cash payment to
working spaces of NARF witha J.7 fl fill U-.1 :, protect a member. An additional
r.Wrci'J
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number of eye-catching post- C J ( r benefit is that the group insur-
ers. The motivation-type post- ,l : ance also protects dependents of
ers are designed to remind em- / \ fff! { j members.
ployees of the high importance ,::1'I: 'I
of the cost reduction.program. ;, V"'nn'"" ..,'. &WAKE
Laster's posters have been :, ,, UP I I
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found to stimulate cost consciousness f.1 i i '..-! [I 1 r/,;. [:"JJ(-;-',}) 4I\ 'to I 0 0EFDtL
foster increased cooperation ...."c' I A 'A. I lm m
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addition to performing his '1 J;)' \ 1 1 1ttttlSlr.o. lr 11&11/1./ A fully managed mutual fund
'I regular work. Laster has been : with the objective

originating and producing as ...... of seeking possible growthof

many Laster as four also posters designed per a week.new ART REMINDERS Julius Laster displays some of his creative reminders to aid the cost reduction your investment.For i

emblem for the Naval Air Re- program.Higher. free prospectus and
work Facility Jacksonville, re- information please contact /

cently. Job Opportunities Open INTERNATIONALSECURITIES !

6 Top Officials CORP.

The merit promotion oppor- cepted until the needs of the through the close of business
, Rise from Ranks tunities currently open for receipt service are met and will be March 28. 3986 BLVD..CENTER DRIVE
of applications are listed considered as received. All applicants for the above Suit. 205 Call 359-1726
,, The top six officials of the Vet- below. The area of considerationand positions must be career or car- r-------------...
erans Administration are prod- closing date of each is shown. MPB No. 24.68 Traffic Man- -conditionalemployeesof the I Please end me Information I II
ucts of the career civil service. MPB No. 72 68 Plan D ager, GS 11. Area of consid- Federal government. Applica- about Enterprise Fund. I II
Sharing a total of more than grade levels GS 4 and below; eration: nationwide. Applica- tions should be filed with IRD, I I IJ44ame
125 years of civilian service after MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all tions will be accepted through the Box 22, U. S. NAS, JacksonvilleFla. I I II II
their return from military semi: skilled positions pay lev- close of business March. 25. 32212. For further Infor- I Address. I II
4 duty in World War II are; Wil- el 7 and below; MPB No. 83- MPB No. 26 68 Supply mation call Ext. 2320. Recruit- I City I II
liam J. Driver, administratorof 67 Plan B all skilled positionspay Clerk, GS 5; MPB No. 27 ing and Examining Branch, IRD, I Zip Code. I
veteran affairs; Arbon W. level 8 and above, Area of 68 Management Technician, NAS. I-------- ------I
Strattonk, deputy administrator; consideration : NAS, -NARF GS 5. Area of consideration:
Albert H. Monl 1<, associate deputy NARTU COMFAIRJAX Navy NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMF AIR-
administrator; A. W. Farmer, Commissary Stores, Jax. Applications JAX, Navy Commissary Stores,
chief benefits director; Dr. H. will be accepted for Jax. Applications will be accepted RAY CARTERTHE
Martin Engle, chief medical these, positions at any time. A through the close of busi- I \
director; and Philip J. Budd, separate application Form 1 ft"1 is ness today. .
chief data management direc- required for each position. in ,
tor. which interested. < MPB No. 26 68 Accounting
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial Supervisor, -11Navy( Fin- I I I I .
JAX'S; GREATEST Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 11. ance Office Orlando). Area of
Area of consideration: nation consideration: nationwide. Applications -
FURNITURE wide. Applications will be ac- will be accepted
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lations governing the importationof
privately-owned motor vehicles A

to the United States by ': ....,.)'.;.,. '...
active duty Navy personnel.The .
regulations, issued by the ; ; :
:
Judge Advocate General, state ",."'"..'' ,,.,\ :-"
that vehicles manufactured on or J; ) 'i'*)'
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) ii11' ;
after Jan. 1 this year, must meet "' 1y"J Jg ; !i.>.,.'
;'tf{
certain federal motor vehicle : '" {'W,.}';:f>,!! t....
FOUR BLACK FALCONS(I-rATI) P. H. Sims, AX2. D. E. Moore,I, standards before they can be im- ./<\). (" ":.'1...,''tJ":'cp',.,'t"'I .?,1J'"!.")'",",;'","" .
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AMS2 D. W. Murphy, and AX3 G. R. Kelleher, were awarded the coveted ported. l'If' '.. 't "
A tag certifying that the vehicle -
I Navy Air crewman Wings of Gold Feb. 29. The members of Patro I meets the standards will

Squadron Seven who fly together as part of Combat"Air Crew Foul r be attached to it before customs LETTER OF APPRECIATION Capt. .Martin J. Stack (left, NAS
received the wings from LCdr J. H. Foresman, patrol plane commander will allow entry.In commanding officer presented PNCS William B. Harden, (right)
of the crew.Early. certain circumstances, vehicles CPO In charge of the Ship's Company Military Personnel Office
not bearing a certifyingtag and Manpower Assignment, a letter of appreciation upon his trans-
Separations ApprovedFor will be allowed entry. These fer to the USS Holland Feb. 28. LCdr. Robert J. Fitzsimmons,
I circumstances include situations administration officer, and Lt. Mary Burnside, personnel officer
where the vehicles were not man- were present for the ceremony and added their congratulations.
Law Enforcement JobsThe ufactured in conformity with

safety standards, but which the CPO Hardin Awarded
Navy has authorized up to apply to personnel going into a have been altered to conform to
90 days early separations for individuals legally constituted law enforce- the standards prior to Importation -
who have applied for and ment agency such as city,county, ; and vehicles which do not Letter of
have been accepted for employ- state or federal government conform to safety standards AppreciationThe
ment with a law enforcement agencies. This does not include but which the
owner promisesto chief officer in occupied your present position.
agency. private or corporate police organizations petty
The new procedures have been ,and positions filled by 90 bring of into conformity In within this charge of the 'IShip's Company the assignment of enlisted
days importation.
set up to assist civilian police public election or political ap- Military Personnel Office and personnel has greatly improvedand
bondto
the will
case, owner post PNCS has been the subject of favorable
agencies in recruiting efforts pointment. that effect.A Manpower Assignments, -
to build up police forces. William B. Harden, receiveda comment from various
The early separations will only (Continued on Page 9)) seven per cent federal excise letter of appreciation Feb. 28 commands. Your concern for the
tax Is effective on some from Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS proper manpower assignmentshas
foreign motor vehicles being im commanding officer. Chief Har made it apparant that your
ported. The ruling on the tax din, who has been at NAS since goal is to achieve the best pos-
and further information on importing October, 1963, received ordersto sible utilization and training of
vehicles to the states the USS Holland (AS32)) home- enlisted men and women."
VISIT can be found in Jag Note 5840 ported at Charleston, S. C. The letter continued, "Your
of Feb. 13. The letter of appreciation readIn loyal and dependable service reflects -
part,"During the time you have creditably upon you and
upon the Naval Service::
CLAUDE' NOLAN

Wagtige"s BICYCLE &

CADILLAC & PONTIAC '
LAWNMOWER SERVICEOWNED 1
MAIN AT ORANGE
AND OPERATED BY CHARLES WAGNER, USN, Ret.

OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 8 y ItvL\: \
UNTIL PM New & Used New & Used

BicyclesSchwin Complete LawnmowersLawnboy SEA IONi

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up to $600. $50 cost only' $1.50 COMPLETE Service APPROVED GARAGE 1-- .

for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 AUTO SERVICE .

repay only $29 per .month.We. Complete Marina, -. Sales -- Service -. Storage THESYiIMROCR

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We provide prompt service to YMIHTSI OF Boats Motors \\jRUD7/ | Formula/
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ful loan people you'll find 202.05 12.00 BOAT GAS AT REGULAR STATION PRICES at Niblick
anywhere. 286.23 17.00
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Debbie Watson. Rating Good. SAT., March 9
MoviesMOVIES HOSPITAL: "THE RELUC- Rating Not available ((101
Min. NAS "THE RELUCTANTAS-
((103 ) :
TANT ASTRQNAUT" starring Min.)
: HOSPITAL: "NOT WITH MY TRONAUT" starring Don Knotts Don Knotts. HOSPITAL: "WARNING
1-f will be shownreg- WIFE, YOU DON'T starring Tony and Authur O'Connell. Rating MON., March I II I SHOT" starring David Janssen.
i.;",: ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre, Curtis and Virna List. Rating Very Good.-(110( Min.) NAS: "WARNING SHOT"star
(. : at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Very good. ((126 Min.) HOSPITAL: "TORN CUR ring David Janssen and Ed Beg-
..,"' TAIN" Paul Newman. WED., March 13
Saturday. There will also be ai' starring
FRI., March 8 ley. Rating Very Good. ((108 ,
Kiddie Matinee "SECRET
k matinee at 2 p.m. on,Saturdays : Min.) i
,J; Sunday and holidays. The Hospital NAS: "TORN CURTAIN"star- SEVEN" starring Tony Russel HOSPITAL: "FUNERAL IN NAS: "DOUBLE TROUBLE"
,,:', Theatre will have one nightly ring Paul Newman and Julie An- and Helga Line. (Showing at 2 pm) BERLIN" starring Michael starring Elvis Presley and An-
feature at 7 p.m.THURS. drews. Rating Excellent ((128 SUN., March 10 Caine. nette Dan Rating Very good.
Min.) ((98 Min.)
I' March 7 TUES., March 12
HOSPITAL: "THE COOL NAS: "FUNERALINBERLIN"starring
.
NAS: "THE COOL ONES"starring ONES" starring Roddy McDow- Michael Caine. Rating. NAS: "THE COBRA"starring HOSPITAL: "THE COBRA"starring
:, : Roddy McDowall and all Excellent. ((110 Min.) Anita Ekberg and Dana Andrews. Anita Ekberg.:

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OFFICE SECRETARIES (I r) Mrs. D:Constat tin, Mrs. B. a q

I Robinson and Mrs. E. Fernandez look on as Mrs. R. Watkins, _

legal office supervisor and senior court reporter, reads and _.
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explains a new Instruction.
COURT ROOM PROCEDURE -. Trial counsel Lt. L. M. LaBella (standing) addresses the courtas

Four Jax Officers Under New Title court reporter Mrs. M. Snyder takes down the proceedings. Members of the court are (I r)
I Dr. E. L. Green, LCdr. J. R. Spohnholtz and Ens. C. M. Sciarrotta. Defense counsel is Lt. J.

S. Witcher. (lower left).
Lawyers Now Judge Advocates ,
E waar "" a aeasaba4s i
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The Navy's lawyers have been sistance in time of need for the.. ig
formed into a new staff corps Navyman and his family. "
recently and now are designated Heading the new corps is e
judge advocates in the Judge Ad- RAdm. Wilfred Hearn, the first .
vocate General's Corps. judge advocate general] of the new
The new title affects all officers corps.
of the Navy and Marine This country's system of laws
Corps who previously carried a protects the right of her citi-
law specialist designator, and zens and assures them the free-
sets up a Judge Advocate Corps dom and dignity through impar-
similar to the Army's officers tial courts to settle disputes
who perform legal duties. whether they be civilians or in
The new corps does not mean uniforms.
that the Navy is hiring more law- Providing legal services con-
yers, but it means that the 900 cerning military law adminis-
officer-lawyers have the same trative law and legal assistance
professional recognition as the here at NAS Jax is the station's
sea service's doctors, dentistsand Legal Office.
clergymen.The The Legal Office's militarylaw
corps offers abigger chal- section deals with courts
lenge for the Navy's lawyers in martial, the review of courts
providing a pool of legal as- martial cases, and non-judicial
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LEGAL ASSISTANCE LCdr. W. S. Allen, station legal officer, provides legal aid to. a Navy
Bobs Oak Hill dependent. Over 4,000 active_ duty servicemen and dependents received legal assistance throughthe
Legal Office in 1967.

Pure Service CenterOpen punishment. This section also 1,000 ,cases involving militarylaw The administrative law section
provides military law advice, assistance where handledby deals with administrative discharges -
for your convenience 6 a.m. |10 p.m. and supplies lawyers to area the NAS Legal Office last line of duty discharges,
commands, including Cecil Field, year, according to LCdr. W. S. medical care recovery Investi-
road service pick up & delivery Glynco and Albany, Ga. Over Allen, base legal officer. gations and. claims against the
S-tt' -- ---- government.The
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mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars I most common cases handled -
JUST ORDER BY PHONE dS I by the administrative sec-
I & CARRY IT HOME. epC: tion includes about 200 discharges -
771 103rd & Jammes Road I 111I I a year for civil offenses
9156 Jacksonville, Florida indebtedness and repeated mili-
tary offenses. Claims against the

I $1ijinpot'QQ government concerning :sonic
booms, damage to property and
auto accidents are also processed -
OPEN SUNDAY by this section.In .
I :F oI, GirO I II addition, the Legal Office
provides legal advice and assist-
ance to active duty servicemen
Sunday thru Thursday: II and their dependents from all
branches of the armed forces.
11 AM til 9 PM II Over 4,000 active duty ser -
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY "icemen and dependents received
I Friday and Saturday: I II legal assistance through the Legal
We f eve them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance tn pect- Office in 1967, which was an
and replaced verythlnc that
lon. Then we tun.d up tightened
needed It. guaranteed them 1007. for the repair or replacement 11 AlVrtil 10 ,PM II all time high in the number of
of all major mechanical parta for 30 day or 1000 mllea. Comeon Individual services
case
In and double check. T pro-
-ENGINE -TRANSMISSIONREAR AX 'FRONT AXLE 1 T ; 4621 San Juan Ave. |hiiJ! one 384-2386 I vided at the .station's Legal Of-
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM I 1,0 4 fice, according to CommanderAllen. .
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to 1967
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxsacxxxxxxx The Legal Office staff includes:
66 VW FASTBACK. . . '. .? .*. $1850 four officers five civilians 'and;
six enlisteds.: The lawyer officers -'
66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. :. .. ..'.o': .' $1750 MONEY will attend sessions of:,.'
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65 VW DELUXE Cash Monthly Months East Coast Law Seminar which
STATION WAGON. . $1475 0
You Get Payment to Pay begins aboard the base Monday.

65 VW Double Cob Pick Up Truck. . $1195 IN 1 DAY $ 84.33 $ 5.00 24 Series E United.States. .Savings

DOMESTICS Bonds now pay 4.150/0/, when heldto
219.27 1)100 24 maturity of 7 years, their
66 PONTIAC TEMPEST Coupe Loaded . $1950 $25 to $600ARRANGED companion Freedom ,Shares pay

66 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2 DR . . $1690 320.79 100 24 4.74 per of cent, when.held to ma-
turity 4 1/2 years.LIKE
V/8, Auto. Trans.. Power Steering & Power Brakes. 427.51 25.00 24

66 FALCON 4 DR, Sedan, R & H, A/T . $1450 500.51 29.00 24
TO FISH?
63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT loaded. $1225 600.00 34.39 24
BY PHONE Beautiful Honesties

Payments Include Interest. On High \\ooded\ Lots

WESTSIDE I Just 14 Miles From MASOn
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Buy Bonds Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS ..



where INN: Hearthe the family to the buffet dinner Btlit..JIII,

sounds of the Camelots tonight. Sunday from 6foreign to 9 p.m. Tues
work. The Ravens will be on hand tomorrow day is dish night. The
you evening and Saturday. club serves a luncheon from 11:15

Sunday afternoon features the a.m. to 1:45 p.m.Tuesday through Ads should be mailed 'U the Holt Publishing' Company
UFO with MelGaden under Sunday. Make your reservationsfor 1950 Standing' Bled J Jacksonville, Florida, 32210. to arrive
the spotlight in the evening. The the dinner dance featuring the not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
Sixteens will appear Monday and Norad Band March 15. day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
the following week unless the publisher is 'instructed other
the UFO Tuesday for the Go CANDLELIGHT: The restau-
wise. A check order for the full cost of the ad
or money must
Go eliminations. One of the top rant will be open from 11 a.m. .
the ad.
be received WITH the copy for
do. pop bands from England the to midnight Friday and Saturday
They Zombies, will be atthe club Wed- from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. DO NOT SEND CASH

nesday night for a one night stand, Sunday.ACEY DUCEY CLUB Hear HATE;: Minimum charge ((3 linos). . . . $2.00

CPO CLUB: All pizzas are the sounds of Mark Castle:tomor- Per additional lino ((4 words per lin.i., . .cisO

featured for $.75 today. Danceto row evening. Jim Glines Combo
r the music of {he Johnny Arnold will appear Saturday night. Sun-
"4" tomorrow evening. Try day hosts the music of the Five TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT' FASCO AUTO/MARINE

the seafood special for $1.25 Clubs. Try the weekend dinner Close to Bases Lights Water Products, Epoxy, Fiberglass,
The Moonliters will perform Sat special a rib eye steak for and Sewage available. Call 389- Resin, etc. 1372 Cassat Ave.
urday night. A sirloin steak for $1.50. Plan to attend the Hip 5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide. 389 3738.
$1.65 is featured as the dinner
Party March 15featuringthesounds
special. Fried chicken for $.95 pie of the Fiestas. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
and rib eye steak for $1.35 Dinner specials for the week JOCKEY?? For information call: Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
k are specials for Tuesday and are Thursday standing august 356 8351. Day or Night. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

Wednesday. ,. prime ribs, $1.75;Friday- Call Powell or Mills, USN
DELRAY MANOR 110th & Ret. ..
264.
2411. Orange Park
fish all-you-can-eat, $.95, and the
"0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef seafood platter, $.75; Sunday.. Karen St. New all brick homes ;Realty. >
eater's buffet today from 6 to 9 basket AC Low 20s. Building Lots.
chicken in a ZIG ZAG FOR $ 40
p.m. The Tune Twisters are under $.75Monday; beans and franks; Available; Floyd White. Bldr. SEWING MACHINE Original
Iaa"r the spotlight tomorrow night. fried rice and 771 5643. but-
Tuesday pork Guarantee ZigZags,makes
Johnny Jelinek appears Saturday chow mein and noodles; Wednesday "REAL ESTATE: We will iieip tonholes, sews on buttons,

Why do our servicemen buyU. evening.featured The both Champagne evenings.Specialis Take .- stuffed peppers. you Buy, Sell or Invest. decorative designs, monograms,
S. Savings Bonds? Their Bowen Real Estate, Realtor etc. Just pay balance $40. at
reasons are the same as yours Seabee AnniversaryContinued USN Retired 384... 1376 $8 per month. Phone 353 1946
and mine: saving for the future anytime. Will deliver, no obli
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER gation. A... 1 Sewing machineCo.
supporting freedom. ( from Page '2)) other of the conditions the Sea-
And because they're fightingfor Remington, Lightweight, Good 1606 Main St.
bees have become accustomed to
condition., Has balance of $34
freedom too,maybe serv to stay. When advanced partiesfor working under. They defend what FOR RENT 2BRHOUSE FURN.
$7
or month. Phone
II arrived pay per
icemen see the need more Deep Freeze in they build. The first Navy Medalof 353 1946. Will deliver,without Orange Park, Temp. or Perm.
clearly than many of us. Buy the fall of 1956, the Seabees Honor winner in Vietnam wasa obligation. A-l WAREHOUSE Otrs., Will rent to TAD per-
Bonds.In more than one way greeted them with a ski plane Seabee.No sonnel or bachelors 264 6884.
it makes you feel good. airstrip even though they were matter what the demands, 1606 Main Jacksonville, Fla.

New Freedom Shares hampered the by a blizzard that obliterated the- no matter how arduous, they will FURN. APt. ADULTS ONLY 3/4 ACRE, 60'TRAILERFLOR-

Now,when join the Pay project during build -- for construction is their 3 Rms., $60 mo., See Res. Mgr., IDA Rm., Screen Porch 2 Car
: Antarctic '
you \/ nte r.
It has been for the 26 ..
roll Savings Plan or the job. Apt # 2. 557 Oak St. 388 9886 Garage; Fenced. Off 110th. Floyd
Bond a-Month Plan New ChallengesThe years history of the Seabees.It White Bldr. 771.. 5643.
you are will be for generations to come. 3804 VALENCIA ROAD. FURN.
eligible to purchase the new Seabees of the 1960 s have Duplex includ.linens,silverheatA. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1

type U. S. Savings Notes- embarked on a new decade of .Separations C., TV, Phone, 2 BR, Adults Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Freedom Shares. Freedom construction. In 1963, Seabee Continued only $125 mo. 389.. 7852 modern trailers & Apts. 389..
( from Page 6))
Shares pay 4.74C'o} when heldto technical assistance teams were 3007.
maturity of just 4Vi years first deployed to Thailand and Personnel who fit into this PART TIMEE '
ri (redeemable after one year), Vietnam. These teams helped category must apply for the early 4's and above.Are you having( 67 DODGE DART 6 CYL., I '
are available on cone-for-one villagers;:; with construction pro- separation with a formal request trouble making ends meet? We Stand. Shift, Ex. Cond., $150
basis with Savings Bonds. jects. Roads were built, water for the purpose of accept can work your hours in with your equity and assume payments.
Get all the facts where you wells were drilled and buildingswere ing such a position.A duty schedule. Phone 264 771 6439.

work or bank. repaired. written offer of employmentby 6485. FURN. APT. NEARNAS&CECIL .
With the Increase of American an authorized police agency
2 BR, Fenced yard. Swim pool
<' Club Hosts activity in Vietnam, the role and and a statement by the individualthat CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS $75. 771.. 0348.STEREORADIO.
number of Seabees increased. he has been counseled con- Throughout the year we normally
Norad Band Construction of airstrips, cerning Article 83 of the UCMJ have repossessed autos for'sale. COMBINATIONSOLID
temporary housing, port facilities (fraudulent separation) must accompany We invite all members to Inspect, STATE radio 4 speed
The Norad Commanders::; orchestra fuel storage tanks drilling the separation request. drive and buy these autos when we fully automatic, intermix stereo
which is made up of water wells, and more have been Interested personnel may obtain have them available. changer with automatic cut off
selected musicians of the U. S. done to support the thousands of further information on the FIRST COME and dual sapphire needles. 2
Army, Navy, Air Force and the Americans in Vietnam. Sniper program by contacting the Pro FIRST SERVE months old. Pay balance of $69.
Royal Canadian Air Force, will fire harrassmentby the Viet Cong ject Transition Office, Building 100<7/ Financing if qualified -Base or $8.50 per month. Also good
appear at the Officers Club fora is commonplace. It is just an- 955. Ext. 2431 or 384 1391. buy on COLOR TELEVISION .
Dinner Dance March 15. Phone 353 1946, ask for Credit
The band boasts a collection FOR RENT eff. apartmentyoung Manager. Will deliver, without
popular orchestrations and original man Ladyref. required, 2365 obligation. A -1 MUSIC CENTER

the biggest compositions names contributed in the busi by 4?,)t) PIZZATAKE PANTRY Riverside day, eves.Ave. Ph.EX 389-8912 8-9023. during Also 1606 Main St., Jacksonville Fla.

for a room, same I phone number. TAKE UP PAYMENTS ON 1965
ness. In last year's appearanceat k r OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
Marlett Trailer 2 BR 10 52
x
the club the band
was a com HYDE PARK CONY TO NAS
sell out. \: ; PREMIUM BEER.CHOICE CUT STEAKS with tilt/out. 7040 103rd Street.
plete c and Cecil, and Schools. 3 BR,
A seated dinner will be served ITALIAN SANDWCUES SPAGHETTI Lot 58.
2 B, !.g. fam. Rm., wfireplaceKit.
from 6 to 9 p.m., followed by -.. equip., includ. dishwasher.Lg. 1964 VW FOIt SALE SUNROOF,
dancing until 1 a.m. Tickets are '-.J' "PIZZA". Shaded lot. Patio, Carport, R & H, New Tires, Exc. Cond.
$4.25 and $8.50 per couple. water furn. $135. 389.. 4423. 264 4078.
Tickets are now on sale at '\. \ OUR SPECIALITY!
the main desk in the club, and PAINTING? EXPERTLY DONE PICK UP PAYMENTS NOTHING
reservation are necessary. aAgJt fl HPP" HOURS: For estimates call 264 2510, Down 3 BR, 1 B, house,
O __ un.-Thurs./ 4pm- ll:30pir 5 to 9 am 5 to 8 pm. Re- Conv. to bases. Ph '771 8280.
BROKERS FOR OVER 200 4) Friday 4pm1 am ferences supplied.
Mutual Funds Q Saturday J 11am l J lam CARPORT SALE I CUSTOM BAR
WIL MAR APARTMENTSNear with 4 stools, recliner chair:
RICHARD 0. BENOIT 619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 SAX and 'CECIL. 1 blk. CONSOLE TV and portable record -

INTERNATIONALSECURITIES west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd. player. (Need repair). Sec
CORP. All new paint, 2 BR; LR, Kit. tional Sofa.Ortega Hills 389-3800
3986 BLVD. CENT. DR. 205 Furn., Brk. Nook, Park 2 cars,
CALL 359-1726 MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE and boat. $85 mo. includes water OWNER ORANGE PARK Mod.

sewage! garbage, lawn care 1 3Br., 2B-Den-Fireplace. Range,
All Ranks All AgesLOW Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541 Drapes$5,000 Down-264-9638.
HONDAMOTORCYCLES RATES nights and weekends, 389 0744. 529 Lakefield Lane-O.P.


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MOTORS&CYCLES INC. (1630 Hwy 17, Orange Park (Next to Orange Park Motors) -. ..... '., .
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March as Red Cross Month Jri (j>t.. ,



In a proclamation the President firmation of the fundamental humanity the Red Cross serves all America
March 1968 hasbeendesignated of the American people. with Its programs to provide
as Red Cross month. In "In the tragedy and loneliness' blood, and to teach first aid,
the proclamation, the President, of war, the Red Cross is a familiar water safety, and citizenship to y
who is also honorary chairman friend and companion to tomorrow's citizens.
of the American Red Cross, our men and women in uniform.It "This year the demands on the
states: is with them in Vietnam, in Red Cross -- and its financial
"On every battlefield, a flag 27 other nations where Ameri- needs -- will be exceptionally
of mercy flies. Its white field cans serve, and in our basesat heavy. It must continue to serve
bears a Red Cross --the universal home. our fighting men, to keep readyto
symbol of human com- "Not only war, but trials of assist the victims of disaster,
passion. Under that flag, there storm and earthquake, flood and and to maintain its lifesavingwork
are no enemies, no racial or religious fire, summon the Red Cross to in our communities." .
animosities. There are service. Wherever disaster For more than 85 years the ,....." p
only brothers. strikes, the Red 'Cross is there mission of the Red Cross has
"The flag of the Red Cross with food,,sheltenand relief from been to serve the men of the 4t'i
flies in thousands of American suffering -- as it was last year armed forces and their families, '
cities and communities. Thirty in the ravaged valleys and low- to help neighbor help neighbor r ir0"
million Americans are Red Cross lands of Alaska and Texas. when natural disaster strikes, u r* ', : :" "'0
members. Their support is an af- "And every day of the year, and to aid all who are in need:

NEW CMAA -- AMCS Robert J.

Baxter became the station's chief
master at arms Feb. 26. Baxter
was attached to the Aircraft
Maintenance Department before
relieving BMCM Jack L. Foster,
J'i $ who retired. Baxter is in chargeof
i a 10-man MAA force.


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Weathermen Pick Up r SeminarContinued


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15th Straight WinThe serve Division, JAGC, James
Ade, president, Jacksonville Bar
1 Association, Capt. Richard .J.
Weather Reconnaissancesquad day night bringing their recordto Selman, Sixth Naval District legal
wrapped up first place for 15-0. officer, JAGG, Cdr. Robinson
the season in the intramural bas- The Weatherman picked up Lappin, LCdr. John S. Jenkinsand
ketball's National League as their 13th consecutive win Feb. Lt. Kenneth W. Anderson,
they trounced 679th 65.36 Mon- 27 as they got by their National Justice School Staff, JAGC.
League's second ranked team, Others attending are RAdm. Richard -
Intramural Golf Hospital 74 67. G. Colbert,staff SACLANT
In a Feb. 29 tilt the VW-4 a Norfolk, Va., Capt. Joseph E.
squad knocked off Patrol Squad Ross, director Military Justice
Starts March 18 Five 75 66 to roll to their Division, JAGC, Capt. ThomasP.
14th straight victory. Smith, Jr., assistant to JAG
VP 5 took VP-16 65-
The 1968 Spring Intramural Manpower, and RAdm.RobertH.Hare .
43 in last week's action, then
deputy judge advocate gen-
be
golf season will delayed one
downed COMFAIRJAX 66 58 eral.
week from the originally sched Monday night. making their Better SpecialistsCdr.
uled date of March 11 due
to
season's record 12-3 and Authur C. Young (USNR),
the late entries of golf rosters ,,
and handicaps. tying hospital for second placein -- ---- seminar administrator, said, "it
Station Athletic Director Frank the National League. Tee Off (I-r) Maj. Edgar Clark, Col. John R. Durkin, Is hoped that the seminar
McCaffrey urges team captainsto The Aircraft Maintenance Cdr. William J. Tillo and Maj. W. W. Eldridge prepare to refreshes all the reserve attorn-
Department the first blemishon in the of
turn in rosters and handicapsto VAP put 62's tee off in the opening round of the Sixth Annual South- neys practice militarylaw
record last so they will be more famil-
the Athletic Office as soon as east Military golf tournament which began here yester-
week then came back Monday iar with the duty should theybe
possible. The intramural golf
night to put down the Tiger's day morning. faced with a recall to active duty,
season is now scheduled to
get again 45 34. The Photomennow in order that they may serve the
underway March 18. j
sport an 11 2 season re- Seventeen Teams CompeteIn Navy better as law specialists."

Golf Marskalls SoughtA cord. The seminar briefings will be .
There were five other games conducted at the Hospital Audi -.
few openings are left for last week as 679th soundly defeated Military Golf TourneySeventeen torium.
Navy personnel who wish to COMFAIRJAX 78 36,
act as marshalls at the Greater Hospital edged NARTU 67- golf teams teed off sis, with the four lowest scores
Jacksonville Pro Amateur 62, and Fleet Weather Facility yesterday on the first round of from each round being counted GIANT SWAP MEET g
gold tourney on March 27 29. clipped VP 30 59 53. the air station's Sixth Annual towards determining the winner. JAX LARGEST FLEA 5
The tournament will be played at NARTU dropped 679th 80 53 Southeast Military Golf Tourna- Homestead AFB took first MARKET a
the Deerwood Country Club.Any- and the Administration down- ment. place in last y ar's tourney with Come Buy, Sell or Drowse-
one interested in being a mar- ed VP-7 4537.In Eight Air Force bases,includ- 926, followed by McCoy with 948, Thousands of Items.
shall at the tourney may sign up one other contest Monday ing four from Florida are rep- Mayport with 961 and Jacksonville Blandin Drive-In Theatre
at the station Pro Shop. night Fleet Weather Facility defeated resented in the 54-hole event. at 971
VP 30 60 49. They are Orlando, McCoy, Pat- An awards ceremony will follow Every Sat. 7 a.m.6 p.m.
rick and Mac Dill, plus Moody the final round tomorrow Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.*
BASKETBALL STANDINGS AFB, Ga., Pope AFB., N.C., afternoon. 768 7085 or 768 4793 \\
Myrtle Beach\ AFB, S.C. and
American League Maxwell AFB, Ala.
Naval commands entering the
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FltWeaFac 9 -1VP Florida, Charleston, S. C. and
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AMD 8 7 Other teams will be the St.
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BONDS Admin 5 6 the Marine Corps Air Station .
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VW-4 15 0 Maj. E. C. Clark, Patrick AFB;
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