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 12, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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I Candlelight Club Construction. .C.ommences ill illCAPTAIN E

-I1 Ground breaking ceremonies exterior of the club will
; were held Monday, January 9 sent a striking landscaped
for the new Candlelight Club, ting featuring the rolling
which is to be erected over- ways and a to be I
t looking the tenth fairway ,of the ted lake, all of which will
the NAS JAX Golf course.On lighted by artificial
hand for the ceremonies were I
; ; Capt. Martin J. Stack, CO ,of tion.Captain Martin J. Stack
NAS JAX. Capt. James A, Hiegel. affirmed his statement
Public Works Officers Cdr. ing the primary objective of ;
Fred Schanze, Navy Exchange new club. He stated, I f
r v v Officer, Mr.Logun Savage,Chief new Candlelight will
Designer, Mr. R. Spense, Contractor provide a flavor of.
s eM e and other officers and at servicemen's prices."
representatives of the construction The new club shall provide
W and engineering forms. otherservices. It will serve ,
The new Candlelight Club will a snack bar to golfers' as,
be built at an expense of$101,000 as any other' military
which will cover the initial con- nel for lunches during the
struction cost of the building and ternoon hours. Dress during
the adjacent parking lot. The time shall be casual or' ) / i i
kitchen facilities air condi- The-club shall also be \' be't
tioning system,and other interior for the accomodation of 'pa
facilities are not Included inthis and other special social
cost. The building itself will be- In the evenings, the club
a one story structure, with assume the atmosphere of
MARTIN J. STACK BREAKS GROUND for the new concrete foundations, and floor expensive, luxurious .I
Candlelight Club, while ,(from left to right) Mr. Logan Savage slab on compacted fill. featuring the. best
Mr. R. Spence, Captain James A. Hiegel, and Cdr. Fred The dining' room will feature and cocktails, but again at
Schanze look on. glass walls. laminated timber most reasonable prices,. ,
bents, and wood decking roof con- for the ''evening dining will I
struction. The service area jacket and tie, or: dress t
shall have stone faced masonry form' of the day. During, '
U At HAS ,
Courses walls with,laminated timber evening, the club will '; I !
beams and wood decked construc- to couples only. _
% : 'V 4 #...... ,.5 tion. .. The, New Candlelight Club. : .
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The dining room"of 'the' new scheduled: to' be opened '
r 'Jacksonville University's Naval -. 20i,'General Psychology; Thurs- :
t Air Station Center has bee, days BS 302, 'Business Law club will accomodate approximately the first week' of April. It Is ,
gun Its second, semester of operations (second semester), and EH111, 250 people. The interior be a Navy Exchange O
atmosphere of the club will include and will accomodate all
at Jacksonville.NAS this Composition, and. Literature
week. JU Dean of the FaculityDan '(, first semester). appropriate lighting and tary personnel, their ;
channeled dinner music. The and friends.
A. Thomas announced that Courses will be taught to regular -
nine courses are being offered. members of the Univer- 'Construction of the club Is
Registration for NAS Center sity faculty and qualified visit- TrimAnd If<
courses is being held daily at ing lecturersandwllleachcarry Keep
Building 955, Military Personnel three semester hours credit Bronze Star Winner. I I
from January 9 through 13. Course materials and instruction .
Enrolling students will be advised will be identical to those 'SlimLadies I..
during registration. Stu- given on campus. ;
dents may also enroll at the first AU officers enlisted menDe- Mrs Benjamine A. Chitko, of'Q
meeting of the course they desire. partment of Defense Civlian employees Jacksonville Beach received the
Classes have begun Monday evening and their dependents and Gentlemen! ,May Bronze Star with combat "V".
,January 9, and will meet the greater'Jacksonville area are I have your attention for the SS Vietnam Service, Medal and Vietnam -., .
one,, night a week from 5 to 7:40 eligible to enroll at the NAS time it takes to read this article?' Service medal ribbonbar for -
p.m. throughout the fifteen week Center Qualified students are If you have an extra roll aroundthe her husband's heroic achievement ,
semester. Course offering will eligible for financial assistance waist or a paunch stomach, during operations in Viet-: ,
be as follows: Monday EH112 under the U S. Navy Tuition and would consider spending a nam. While ,serving as a pla-
sitin and Literature(sec- Aid Program -- for activeduty few hours of effort
Comp> to rid your- toon sergeant on 21, March 1P66, !
ond semester ) MS 103 Naval personnel -- and theO self of these read on! during operation( :' TEXAS, his.
and GT 205 >ld War GI Bill ',-- for active Ladies '
College Algebra, Physical Fitness platoon was pinned down and '
Government; Tuesday, HY 166, -duty military personnel and vet- Classes are being ,conducted at several men were wounded Sergeant -
Western Civilization ( second erans. the Malnside Indoor Pool on Chitko raced forward and I ,
semester) and BS 241 Principles Jacksonville University Instructors Tuesdays and Thursdays from placed a wounded comrade on hi? I
of Accounting ( first sem- : scheduled to teach 9 a.m. to U a.m. Planned exer- back through vicious enemy fire d

ester); Wednesdays, MS 104, (Continued on Page 2)) cise routines, by, instruction of 'LMRS. and broughtthe"'ouooedmanb.1ck .
College Trigonometry/! /,. and PSY Mrs. Freeman, steam rooms to an area-where medical .
use of all gymnastic equipment, man could give.first aid. Fords
will be at your disposal. ThereIs BENJAMfNEA. CHITKO ,exceptional concernforhisfeUo'I\ '
no charge, with the exceptionof accepts the Bronze Star and Marine at great risk to his own *
a minimal fee for towels. other awards. Bestowed Post. life, Gunnery Sergeant Benjamine '
Husband and Wife Classes are, humously to' her husband, A. Chitko was awarded the
being conducted on Wednesday while sons Joseph and Peter, Bronze a r wit h combat
evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and "V", Posthumously. '
Mo// R. L. Hyland look I
The program is conducted on
the same basis as for the Ladies on.
: Physical Fitness Classes. The WHAT'S INSIDE!
i classes are restricted to couples
only. LET'S DO SOMETHING................ AGE, 2
There Is also a program offered -
for non-swimmers and improvement JAX MARINES ........................... PAGE 4
classes, under the
'supervision of Mrs. Rosse, a NATTC BEHIND, THE SCENE .......... PAGE 4
Red Cross Water Safety In -

ar structor, which will be held CIVIL SERVICE NEWS................... PAGE
during the Ladies Physical Fit-

F s ness Classes. NARTU NEWS & ViEWS................ PAGE
S1}i r There has been some Interest
expressed by the Waves to organize -
.,... their own group at a time ENTERTAINMENT..................... PAGE 9

I P. .... .... ..; j4- .J convenient for all interested.
Plans for organization will be on CECIL SPORTS............:...........pAGE 10
CAPTAIN MARTIN J. STACK SETS EXAMPLES for Navy the agenda at the Waves Meetingto

personnel as he enrolls for college courses which are being be held on Thursday. JAX SPORTS ................:........ PAGE 11812 J J
offered ,at NAS JAX by Jacksonville University. January 12.

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32-HawaiUn 44 Choot fsrth! .
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JJ Naval Hospital: 35Offsprinc36Novelty 33Youngster35Betmirch 48-Heraldry .56Pigpen
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PROTESTANTAll 45-Pad! notice 19 2Q 21

(1/1/ i Saints Chapel 47-Woody 49Trapped53Burk plant 22 23 24 25 26 12QS.21; 28 29 30 '
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Let's Do Something WEDNESDAY'S
THURSDAY 1900 - -Choir Rehearsal 1Equality2AngloSaxon 49 .50 51 52 :s o 53 54 33,56

by Ed So wo 57 58 59 60
2000 Christian Science Service money
Milton "Those also 'serve who stand and wait." 3-Parent
John once wrote 61 62 I 63
this notion be Americans today. Againwe (colloq.)
Perhaps same can applied to
0930 Women's Guild
are engaged In a struggle for the preservation and the promulgation (Small Chapel Chapel) gone by Diatr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc..
of freedom and democracy,yet everyone 1 Is able to physically
fight for these beliefs. Thus there must be another way to help. JU COURSES
U. S.
There Is such a way, namely through the purchase of United States Sunday's - 1000 (Continued from Page J 7))r** S S Costs Rais.d

Savings Bonds. at the NAS Center during the.
Though patriotism (Is the most noble motive that we may muster for winter semester are: EdwardS. ,An Increase in Social Security
the purchase of bonds, there are however practical factors that may Sowa, Jr., lecturer In End-: : payroll deductions to 4.4 percent
and should be considered. lish; Walter B. Stovall, Jr., from 4.2 of taxable income began
Today, US Saving Bonds are paying an Interest rate of 4.150/0 held to maturity This interest rate is higher than that paid by Choir Practice' at'7 p. m.' H. Williams, lecturer in his- projected boosts ,to cover added
most savings Instillations. There are other financial considerations Sunday- tory; Billy Ross Mitchell, lec- costs of medicare.
that enter into the consideration of purchase of bonds. ,Bonds are Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. turer in business administration; Increases will continue until
subject to federal tax only not state and local. Even the taxationon .Chapel Service 10:30
at a.m. Mildred S. Barnert, lecturer 'in 'a. 5.65, percentage. is reached. in
bonds may be avoided If the individual cares to do o. If the I Communion on the first Sunday psychology, Issac L. Levy,.lecturer -*j<.J 87. ''
bonds are held for a long duration of time, say until retirement of the month. in business adminstration.and Along with each monthly in-.
when one's Income is lower, than it would be during earlier periods, Francis Sanchez, lecturer in ';reased percentage is a higher
the tax on bonds would easily be absorbed by the amount earnings CATHOLIC government.The annual cutoff figure.
that one earns during retirement. Also, the number of dependentsthat Daily- Jacksonville University 'The higher rates began in 1963
one has is a determinating factor" in reference to taxation. 11:20 a. m. Mass NAS Center was establishedlast with a 3.625 percentage and an
Thus, if a person purchases bonds at an early age, when his dependents Sunday- September to provide expanded annual maximum of $174. In
increase so do Jils deductions, resulting in an opportunityto 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- educational services for 1966 it went to 4.2 percent and
redeem bonds while again absorbing tax in his deductions. fessions heard before each Mass. area military personnel. Five $277.20 maximum. It will be
Savings Bonds may be purchased at any bank or post office, in courses were offered during the 4.4 percent and $290.40 in 1967
various denominations There are however, other ways to purchase fall semester, which ended Dec- 1968 and 4.9 percent and$323.40for
bonds, ways which are not such a burden on one's earnings. This
ember 16. 1969..72.Angeles. .
method is commonly referred to as the Payroll Savings Plan. Under

this program, as little as $3.75 per payday may be deducted from Traffic 'Gold' Club Ruins I' :

one's paycheck. ,
Servicemen also have a similar advantage to acquire Savings Violations
Bonds through a. similar type of payroll savings plans. Allotmentsmay LONG BEACH CALIF. He felt the club was a
be made each payday, and bonds may be purchased quarterly. The following is a report of (NAVNEWS.Some Navy men rewarding prestige factor for his
Servicemen interested in starting such an allotment should contact motor vehicle accidents and traf- may get special privileges as the men.The
the Navy Finance. Office or call Ext. 8359 for further information.Some fic violations for the period of result of membership in"thcGold Admiral has ordered soe-
of the many benefits that may be realized from the purchase Jan. 3, 1967 Jan. 10, 1967. Hash Mark Club. dal wallet-sized membershipcards
and _'accumulation of bonds are as follows, they provide a healthy The club is composed of petty for "about 700" men. The
cash retirement fund; they serve as financial protection in cases Number of Accidents officers whose loyalty and good cards are bordered in gold and
of they aid in the purchase of homes provide educationfor behavior qualifies them for gold
emergency; ; This Week - - -3 carry the holder's identification.The .
one's children, and:! establish an estate for one's family. Savings Total Accident this year through hash marks. The privileges, if back of the card asks That
Bonds also aid to provide for a stable economy and curb the tide toward January 9---------4 approved, may include special all hands "extend all possible
inflation. Savings Bonds are not susceptible to fluctuation, Number of Accidents through parking spaces, exemption from assistance, consideration and
and they maybe redeemed at anytime, anywhere in the United States. January, 1966 - -27 package inspection at naval base courtesies to this member whohas
They are also replaceable if lost, destroyed or stolen, and can be Total number of days since gates and other consideratons.The clearly demonstrated his
redeemed only by the person whose name occurs on the certificate. last injury in a motor vehicle Gold Hash Mark Club was loyalty, devotion to duty,respon-
According to recent statistics released by the Bupers Savings accident - ------9 revived by RAdm Walter V. siblity and personal integrity."
Bond Program Summary, NAS JAX is the lowest of all naval air Combs, Commander Cruiser- Membership in the Gold Hash
stations in the United States in the purchase of Savings Bonds. Number of ViolationsThis Destroyer Flotilla Three. Admiral Mark Club Is restricted to those
It is thus up to every individual to try and pick up the slack that has Week - - -86 Combs first began the club
occurred. Let us not "Stand and Wait" but rather let us do some- Speeding - - -18 In 1959,when he was commanding who have served in the ,Navy for
thing. In the end, we all shall be the beneficiaries. Reckless Driving - -1 officer of the cruiser USS Los at least 12 consecutive years.
Going" through Stop Sign -8 ---
Other Violations59


'Thirteen drivers appeared before -
What's Your Name? the Traffic Hearing Boardat

the meeting held on Jan. 10 The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian// Enterprise News-
1967. of the
Dispositions cases paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
8y Lt. Robert L. Richter CHCA included the following: Seven
lost driving and parking privilege Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
< person places a great deal of Importance on his name. A, aboard station for various Company, a private firm. All Copy 'submitted for use in
politician once used this truth to good advantage. In the twenty periods: None were assignedto the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

states he covered campaigning for Roosevelt, he sent letters to complete an eight hour Affairs/ Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by J2.-00 noon
each person who heard him speak. Each letter began with a course in remedial driving at on Monc/oy/ before publication. News items welcomedfrom
personal greeting, "Dear Bill", or "Dear Joe", and was always NATTC; Three were assignedto are
signed "Jim". by this subtle piece of flattery he capitalized on complete a six hour coursein all sources Telephone/ EV 97711 1, Ext. 8162.
the truth that a man likes to hear, or read his own name in print, remedial driving at Jax Police Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
especially in connection with someone important.Our Academy; Two received sus- queries concerning such should be directed/ to:
names set us'off as distinctive persons, separate individuals.:! pensions; None weregivenwarn- The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

Our names remind ourselves and others who we are. Our names ings: Twenty dismissed; Three Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone/ 387 4451
might also serve to remind us "whose" we are. We belong to God. fined ( U. S. Commisioner); and
Because of God's care and concern our names take on a new sig- Thirteen referred to commanding
nificance. We become people loved, remembered and guided by officers for possible disciplinary VOL. 24 NO. 40 JANUARY 12, 1967
God. The Bible says, "Fear not: for I have redeemed thee Ihave action. Thirteen drivers assessed -
called thee by thy name; thou art mine." forty points.


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: .. CF,EmployeeLearns ,
R.UpsAtIIoM.* 500 Arrests T1WVT : C

ARRESTED AGAIN... That was i
6 i iI the story for Lt. Cmdr. Ray Hill, ,
as he logged number 500 in suc- _
cessful carrier arrested landings Rest ControlA
just before Christmas. Hill is
certificate of training Inpest ,
a member of Cecil-based Attack ;
Squadron Eighty Three, now deployed control from Department of
aboard the USS ShangriLa the Navy was presented Johnnie
with the Sixth Fleet in the L. Holder last week by Lt. B. :.... '._
Mediterranean Sea. L., MacCall. Assistant Public r
Six of these 500 landings were Works Officer o( NAS:, Cecil
in the old SNJ the Navy versionof Field.
the T-6 Texan Trainer. The The training course was offered .
other 494 were made in the A4E at the Sixth/Eighth Naval --.__ :,:..
Skyhawk. Hill has been flying this District Applied Biology Con'ference .AECS Mrs. Ralph E. Hutchinson
attack aircraft for six In GUlfport, Mississippi. FAREWELL. an< c.porfthrough ,1
$jet 1956 graduate of the U.S. < "V s/c/efeoy/ / as retirement/ brings to a close/ another/ Novo ..\ 1,:t,,

Naval Academy, Lt. Cmd:. Hill / career. ",'
Letssner' and mom has also served as an instructor HutchiNsoN Rttirts At CF ;
In at. that institution, teaching { ; ,
a ceremony held in his own \'
there from 1962 to i
home town, ADJ3 Richard M. 1965.Chemistry He is presently servingas Upon completion' of more than Captain G.T.: Maxwell. / t
Leissner' recently reenlisted for Maintenance Officer of the 25 years of Naval service. AECS Chief Hutchinson's career began -? l :
four years. Aircrew Trainee- VA-83 Rampagers. Ralph E. Hutchinson, NAMTD with boot camp at NTC Norfolk ; .
Leissner was also designated 1016's leading chief, was piped in 1941. He then joined : : r'
Atrcrewman at his reenlistment Cmdr. Walt Clarke and his over the side at NAS Cecil Field VF-8 aboard the USS Horneti',,. .
ceremony and had his wings pinned Division Officer Lt. (J-g.) Bill December 27,1966.Following in the Pacific. < $
on byhis mother,Mrs.Marge Walter. personnel iaspection -. Plans for beginning his new.. .
Leissner: of Racine, Wisconsin. The reenlistment ceremony attended V held In his honor, chief career are still undecided? however !/; .
Assigned to the Power Plants by Lelssner's family and Hutchinson'was presented a commemorative -: the new fishing gear he re- V:: V
Division VC-4 Detachment 14A5Cecil friends was held at the Naval plaque and a letterof aired from his shipmates will f
ADJ3tLeissner made the Reserve Training Center in Racine appreciation from the commanding -- probably get a workout in the'in-/. t

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i NATTC : .

rJix MARINES Joel Ferguson 44) j Behind The Scene

EXT. 400EDUCATION By Idtll!! Fondingsland

NATTCs annual Community Relations Seminar was held December
ACHIEVEMENTStaff 27-30 at King Hall.
27-30 at King Hall. This year all military personnel; their dependents -
Sergeant Richard H. Dixon recently completed a sub course of pleted the USAFI Comprehensive and civilians were given the opportunity} to hear four leading
the Army Special Warfare Course, "Psychological Operations in College Tests. PFCGaryG.Bal- citizens from the Jacksonville area. 1
Counter Insurgency." Ssgt Donald R. White received a certificatefor main has completed the High Captain Thomas B. Ellison, NATTC's Commanding Officer, wel-
completing the course in "Hell-Arc Welding", given by the School General Educational Development comed the attendants and introducee the speakers at the series of
Overhaul and Repair Department at NAS Jax. Tests. GySgt. Garner lectures which was designed to promote greater understanding between -
LCpl. Albert V. Sheppard and LCpl. Stephen W. Desnon have comI Mitchell has just completed the military and civilian community. It also provided some
Freshman English ## 1 and 1# 2.
of Jacksonville's leading citizens
He also completed a course in
World Civics from St. Johns' an opportunity to meet some of
PIZZA mm local Naval leaders.Dr. .
River Junior College. ment from the stations indicated:
Robert H. Spiro, Presi-
SSgt S. B. Gains from Marine
MARTD of Jacksonville University
J Attack 224,and ML. dent
Squad ron Sgt.
december 27 the
Lieutenant L. spoke on on
C. Par-
I Hill from Marine Attack Squadron
/ PREMIUM BEER.CHOICE CUT STEAKS sons has completed a course in 311. Both men are reporting as subject "Modern Education".,He
ITALIAN SAN DM CUES SPAGHETTI Field Operationof Tanks,through AO Instructors, from Chu Lai stressed that today's armed
the Marine Corps Institute. War- Viet Nam. SSgt H.H. Blair from forces depend upon brains more
I rant Officer W. E. Knepp completed VHA 214, to be a MFC instructor, than brawn, making higher edu-
the Marine Corps insti- SSgt J.R. Compton from VMFA cation especially important to
OUR SPECIALTY" tute's Introduction to the special 323 to be an AE Instructor. the military.The .
; court-martial. Sgt. W. Walker SSgt E. H. Meisler reported in Honorable John E. San-
s,4 i,. HOURS: completed Helicopter Components as an AO Instructor from Viet tora, Jr., Municipal Judge of
un.-Thurs. 4pm* lli3Qptr and Handling also given Nam. SSgt J.P. Hodges, from Jacksonville, spoke on the sub-
I Friday 4pm'lam through MCI. MAG-13Viet Nam reported a- ject, "A Day in Municipal Court".
Mr. Dale Carson, Duval County -
q board AE Instructor.
Saturday Mom-Torn WELCOME ABOARDThe as an SSgt
Sheriff! spoke on "Law Enforcement -
Ronald R. Schmelllng from MAG-
t 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 77T-0170 following Marines have reported 16, VMO-2 is to be an AE In- in Duval County."
,for duty with the Detach- structor. MSgt. John C. Odom Mr. Guy Botts, President of
from MAG-13 VMFA-323, SSgt the Barnett First National Bank
Darrell Y. Riley, MAG-13 and spoke on, "Community Report."
Sgt Robert J.Dickson from MAG-
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; CF Equal Ewployw? CoMMftfM ',. PositionVacancies .r
Thviice ._ .
J[ News I'

Meets With Capt. Frttwdl

Bun To Address The following vacancies have
Bray "Full equality of opportunity dricks, Chairman of the EEO been announced under theMerit'Promotion
for all employees and applicantsfor Committee; and Committee Program of NAS Jack-

Gov't Sat. employment regardless of Members Mrs. Thaddeus Pink- sonville. Additional details pertaining
Employees race, color, sex, religion, or ney, Mr. Johnny Holder, Mr. to these announcements
national origin" is the goal of Thomas Kinsler, Mr, Charles and the scope and requirementsof
Bun Bray Jr., whom, over the This is Bray's first visit to the Equal Employment Oppor- Horan, and Mr. Vance Goode. this program may be obtained
past year has' addressed more Jacksonville. tunity (EEO) Committee which The EEO Committee servesas from the Industrial Relations De-
than 60 groups across the United met with' Captain U.L. Fretwell, staff advisors to Captain Fret- partment.ADMINISTRATIVE.
States,'will be in downtown Jack station commanding officer, in well in implementing the EEO ASSIS '

sonville to speak to the North late December. program. The Committee is TANT.,(GS-7)):-Closes'. Jan.l9th..
east Florida Council of American The meeting was held primarily also responsible for assistingin SUPERVISORY INVENTORY- '
Federation of Government to discuss progress made in the development of the Affirmative MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST--
Employees Saturday, (January Implementing the Affirmative Action Plan, assist- (GS-11) -- Closes February 5th.,
14th). Action Plan for Equal Employment ing on an informal basis in resolving COMPUTER PROGRAMMERGS9) -
Bray, a staff director of the Opportunity. complaints and Investigating ( ) --Closes January 19th.FIREFIGHTERAIrfield '.,
House Manpower Subcommittee Speaking to the group, Captain general situations which ( )" .-' ,- :
since 1958 will discuss "What Fretwell emphasized the need may not be in accord with EEO (GS-4)) -- Two vacancies exist/

We Can Expect .in Employee Legislation for employees who do not havea policy. In this position. ClosesJanuary. .
5 And The Changes in high school diploma to con 16th. :
1967", in the.banquet talk slated : sider the local program for attaining New AssociationOcean FIREFIGHTER (Structural>-- ,
for the. evening in the Atlantic : high school equivalency- (GS-4)) u Eight vacancies exist .
Coast Line Building's Wilmington certificates This certificatecan industries Association In! this position Closes January. '
Room. be used in lieu of a high has been incorporated in California .
The speaker has done previous ': school diploma, thereby enab- to servers a trade association 16th.POLICEMAN.- (GS-4))_"";:'ft. .t
work in the area of Federal ling employees to continue their for industries engaged in Three vacancies. :Closes January ;'* : ,.
employee compensation probe education and improve their ocean activities. OIA is locatedin 16thr .
lems and working conditions,situations chances for advancement, where Los Angles and plans to openan SUPERVISORY ELECTRONICS
of contracting outwork A +' t education is a factor in competi- office In Washington, D. C. TECHNICIAN -GS-11)-( ;. ) : .
to civilian contractors, and research tion. Stated objectives of the association Closes January 16th.; .).,*' \
into appeal and grievance I are to foster and advance SUPERVISORY FIREFIGHTER *,,
problems. Bray has also lect- Attending the meeting with oceanic trade and commerce. In (Structural) -- (GS-6)--Closes .
ured on the President's Executive Captain Fretwell were Cmdr. addition, a forum will be provided January 16th.EMPLOYEE. ;
Order 10988 concerning D.C. Taylor Executive Officer; for the diversified Industrial RELATIONS '
ployeemanagement relationsand Mr. E.O. Levriett,Industrial Relations organizations In the SPECIALIST;: -- (GS-5)) ........

groups.has occasion to lecture both" Mr. Bray Officer; Mr. S.H. Hen- field. .. Closes, January: '16th. '. :

Prior to 1958 Bray was the
Assistant Director of the Officeron

Manpower in the Secretaryof ': '
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Defense for four years. For
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for Manpower to the Sec- It'
retary of the Navy. :'
He was recently introduced by
the Navy's Chief of Industrial .'. NIGHTService..NOW ', t
Relations as, "Mr. Manpower of r

the Federal Government," and :'1 "
along with this honorary tag has ," t'. .
received awards such as the Cit .
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munity of Falls Church .Va *
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during World War II after being
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Good Turn Day Sec. Risk Voices i ''Th- I!

-HAT GOOD Tsitt Hop For VN

Secretary of State, Dean Rusk
has voiced hope that the Vietnam
conflict would reach the con-
ference table next year, noting
that the United States is preparedto !
t talk about the problem without
any preconditions of any sort a I I I II
from either side. I

ylliL IMDOIiRIEs "We are prepared to have pre-
liminary discussions with the I _
is o1. other side about preconditions, 1 n U
If they want to talk about those," CAPT. BURTON CAPT. STOTT
the secretary said.'

rti Ccrpf. Burton NewCOAtFAWJJ

He noted that U.S. Secretary-.
General U Thant has maximum
leeway In his U.S.backed effort
-- to get Vietnam peace discussions
LThe underway.
The command of Fleet Air Wing II changed hands today when
The secretary explained: "We Capt. John H. Burton relieved Capt. Harry B .Stott in ceremoniesheld
kick-off brunch for the Annual Good Turn Day for the are prepared to come to a con- at NAS Jacksonville.
ference; we are prepared to use On hand for the ceremonies which ,included! a performance by
Jacksonville Goodwill Industries was held at the Goodwill Headquarters intermediaries; we are prepared. the Naval Air Technical Training Center Drill Team and the Commander -
January 9. to have discreet and private con- Fleet Air Jacksonville band were RAdm. H. H. Caldwell,
Chairman for the brunch was CAPT. Carl D. Simon.sen; NARTU tacts." Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and RAdm. A. R. Matter, Commander -
Jax Commanding Officer, who represented the Navys cooperationby Fleet Air Wings Atlantic.
I the Boy Scouts of America and the Navy. ----u1be guest speaker for the Captain Stott who took the helm
hard" Sec-
"But it is very ,
Scouts will distribute 125,000 bags in the Jacksonville,
I Boy change of command ceremonywas of Fleet Air Wing 11 in July
Rusk said "to find
Jacksonville Beach, Lake City, Gainesville: Palatka, fit. Augustineand retary the other, side who VAdm. Charles B. Martell 1965 received his commission in
someone on
\ the Fernandina Beach areas. Director of Anti Submarine 1938 after graduating from the
The scouts) will pick up the filled bags the morning of February is prepared to talk seriously Warefare Programs. Vice Admiral Naval Academy and earned his,
about bringing matter to
11 and load them on trucks to be delivered to Goodwill Industries
assumed his He of
a peaceful conclusion." Martell pre- wings-in spent part
Headquarters. sent duties iri 1964 as directorof the War years attached to VPB-
the newly formed top lev- 94 and took command of VPB-
Navy To Assume ControlOfGeorgfaAFB ,el Navy post set up to bring 45 at Bele, Brazil in 1944.
I together all aspects of ASW. After attending the Staff Col-
Can You Captain Burton reported to lege in Norfolk, Capt. Stott ser-
Fleet Air Wing 11 from his last ved on the seaplane tender USS
} TAKE YOt R CAR tour as Commanding Officer of Gardiners Bay at Eniwetok for
WITH YOU the USS Rushmore (LSD the "Sandstone" series of atomic -
for I I'imiiuiixi/ 1 mill' liiMmiiM'Miiti'HJi' : some 1,500 persons.
The Navy is scheduled to take 14)). Capt. Burton was awardedhis tests. -
laid OI't'riC. ( till/
of the
control of Turner AFB,Ga.,from Fifteen KC-135s wings in June 1942 and im- Since his below the zone pro-
DYER M. BURR the Air Force, July I, Renamingthe Air Refueling Squadron and about mediately joined the Naval Air motion to captain in 1955, he has
(,l\H\\ll\II.\IP'l'II.I ( I I Installation Naval Air Station 450 personnel will go the 306th Force, Pacific for three been assigned as Chief Staff Of-
FIMANC C (OKIHU\MO\ Albany. Bomb Wing, McCoy AFB- Fla., successive combat tours with ficer to FAW 14 in San Diego, ;
End and the wings B52swlll be assigned Patrol Squadron( 71f'.Bombing 1'"Hood ,staff;an' 'facility duty at the
tit I Ir. iLN'MIRtN'E
'I.IER J \lJo.ttt 454th Bomb
the Wing,
i to
The Air Force has announceda Squadron 104 and Patrol Bomb- Armed F'orces'Staff College.
: ( 0\1"tit
late March inactivation date for Columbus AFB., Miss. ing Squadron 104. Capt. Stott, upon his detach-
5615 Tlmiiquana' HJ. 77HHJ7 the 484th Bomb Wing, involving The Navy will move units from For heroism and extraordinary ment as Commander Fleet Air
NAS Sanford Fla., to Turner, achievement during World WarII Wing 11, will assume the duties -
resulting in a substantial savingsby he was awarded three Distinguishing as Chief of Staff and Aideto
eliminating planned military Flying Crosses,four Air Commander Fleet Air San
construction now required at San- Medals and two Presidential Unit Diego in early February 1967.Buy .
ford. The will also
i if move providea Citations.
f more modern, large facility
i with a greater potential for future After the war Capt. Burton .er taa
t growth, If required. served successive tours in the
t NAS Sanford is now being usedas operations department at NAS
I the single site for supporting Norfolk}on the USSSaipanCVL-
P :.:
,. RA-5C aircraft reconnaissance 48)) as Flight Deck Officer and
I'p ., .::" Attack' Squadrons of both the In the Office of Information in Bonds
: tit.tl. .Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. Washington, D. C. in the Civil
.The move to turner is expectedto Relations Divisions. He also
/ take at least nine months, and served on Commander Fleet Air
"; involve more than 3,000 enlistedmen Wing 11 Staff, in 1954 as the
and 400 officers. ASW and Training Officer.
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dron 18 flying out of Roosevelt men had been aboard life rafts first secretary of the
Roads, Puerto Rico while homing for 12 hours. French Embassy in Kingston
in on a routine radar contact After both press and crewmen stated "My thanks and the thanksof
discovered the fast sinking french: had expressed a desire to reunite the Frenchgovemmentareex-
,,tanker Iphigenia 250 miles northof the crews in more pleasant tended to the U.S. Navy and VP- r
San Juan; Puerto Rico. The surroundings, crew three took 18's crew three. 'One of the 18 and the rescued of the 1/1./ .;
I crew of 44 had abandoned the time out from a navigational French crew said "It was the
ship for their life boats, afteran training flight to land for a brief best Christmas present I .could fated French Tanker, Iphlgenln, met during a reunion/ In Kings
explosion in the stern had visit with the rescued men. have". The French tanker was ton,Jam acia./
forced them to the water. Forty- Although a language barrierwas on its way from Montreal'Can-
one persons were rescued, one present the grateful crew ada to the island of Curacao,
was known to be dead and two of the Iphigenla expressed their when the sinking took place. The 'MILITARYAUTO
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existence of survivors flew southto brotherhood. Captain Stich,cap- has sunk. The vessel was owned
lead the British cargo'shiptheJamaican tain of the French tanker summedup by the French Shell Oil Company NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES
Planter to the scene of the crews feelings, ."Many and grosses 18,000 tons. The AGE 21-24 M.rrled$10AO mo.
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British vessel LT (jg) Bob Collier and Patrol Squadron 18 for,their around one million dollars. AGE21-24 Single $12.80 mo. ri.
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WWIBHomeLoanProg.. NearsEnd' I NARTU News and Views I

Time Is growing short for veterans ,
of World War II to use ADRC Robert W. LeSjge retired from Navy life in ceremoniesheld
their 'eligibility for guaranteed at the office of CAPT Carl D. Simonsen, NARTU Jax Commanding -
I loans ,for homes, farms or bus- Officer,January 5.
Il v /
; fneses, C. W.Henry,manager of Chief LeSape first entered the Navy In July of 1944 at Minneapolis t
the Veterans Administration Minn., and served his first 'tour of duty at the Recruit
Regional Office in St.Petersburg Training School, NAS Jax.
warned today. His other assignments included tours of duty at Aviation Ordnance -
The final deadline for a VA I $School NATTC, Memphis, term.; Aerial Gunnery. School...
guaranteed loan is July 25, 1967. NAS Whidbey Island; and PBM 9
Henry said tht over 7 mil- Operational Training at the NAS,
lion veterans have used their Minneapolis, Minn. Sage has received the World War
eligibility for homes, farms or Firstentering the "TAR"" II Victory, American Theatre,
to start small businesses. Program ill July of 1949, he Naval Reserve and National Defense .. "
Veterans of World War II are was assigned to NAS Minneapolis. Medals. He has also received -
being advised by' VA hot'to wait 'Chief LeSage, in June of 1955, five Good Conduct Awards. CAPT. C. D. SIMONSEN (right) NARTU CO presents the Fleet
until the last minute before using was transferred to the NAS, Los ADRC LeSage, his wife and Reserve Certificate to ADRC R. W. LeSage. Chief LeSage's
their eligibility. With less than Alamltos,Calif and arrived four children, will reside in
at department head, Cdr. T. W. Base, (center) NARTU Main
Park, Fla.
eight months remaining, Henrys NARTU Jax, February 1965.
id there had been an upsurge in tenance Officer, on.
veteran loan activity. Among his awards Chief Le

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Children eligible for aid include NEAR BOTH BASES
unmarried sons and daugh- the game of life,It's good ; \ ; ;
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Movies '. : Club Schedules I
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will be 'shown regularly at 6.and NASJAX I-a-V fi'"

8:15: p.m., Monday through CPO CLUB Tonight is Pizza Night, with all pizzas at $.75. ..... .W.'. .gliI; ) :. f ....
Saturday. In addition to the Tomorrow night dance to music by the DICK WILSON MODERNS, t @j j jjjm 1 11m@1 ::1l;::1:{::.ys::y{::rtivti: i M: ::::1 *1::;::::::::::::; :*::::::@:: ;::::::;: :::::;:;::::

two evening shows there will bea and enjoy a seafood platter for $1.25. Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- a.m. MARK CASTLE will provide the music. Sunday from 8 p.m.to .
day, Sundays and holidays.; The 12 p.m. the BUD CLARK COMBO will be on hand to provide the Ads shtuld be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Hospital Theatre will have one dance music. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Happy Hour will be not J950Bldnd'n9 latet< than' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210, to arrive
Tuesday for publication the
following Thurs.
weekly feature at 7 from 4:30
p.m. p.m. to 5:30 p.m. day. AdS arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows BLUE JACKETS INN -- Tonight, the GO GO GIRLS will danceto the following' week unless the publisher is 'instructed other
during the week at 5:30 and 8 music provided by MARCH WILSON AND THE REDCOATS. wise.' A check or money' order for the full cost of the ad must,
p.m. Matinees will be shown Tomorrow night, MARK CASTLE will provide.the music. Saturday, be received WITH the copy for the ad.
.on weekends at, 2 p.m.; The GO GO GIRLS, Brenda and Audrey will "GO" to music by PHIL

ERS, along with Linda Atter will be from RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines
entertaining you 7:30 ) ;. . . ( 12 00
NAS: "INSIDE DAISY CLOVER" p.m. to 11:45 p.m. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will again be Per additional line ((4 words p.r line). ..Y..oisOFOR I
: With Natalie Wood,Christopher star entertainers Monday. Tuesday the STRANGERS will providethe
Plummer. ((128 min.) music. Wednesday evening will be. "Western Night," with


EIGHT": With Elizabeth Tay- tainment, from 9 p.m. to 11:30: p.m. Completely furnished, Orange Waitresses, experienced 'only,
lor, Laurence Harvey. ((100 min) '0' CLUB Tonight FAW 11 will hold a change of command re- Park. Will rent to TAD pers.or split shift, Sunday work, Monday.
C. FIELD: "BUNNY LAKE IS ception. There will be a Beefeater's Buffet from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. bachelors. 264 6884. off. Only qualified waitresses
MISSING": with .Laurence' Oliver tonight. Tuesday there will be an All Wives Bridge Duplicate at apply In person. 10 AM 5 PM ..
Carol Lynley. ((105 min) 12:30: p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night Is alsoForiegn Dish Night BOAT FOR SALE 17' SUPER- Tue. thru Fri.
FRIDAY, January 13 with an Italian dinner on the menu Wednesday will be the NAS Wives Craft with Johnson and trailer.
Coffee and the VP 5 Wives luncheon. Wednesday evening will be Outriggers and 2 ''six, 1 ,
NAS: "LORD JIM": With Pet- Family Chicken Night i from 6 to 9 r
p.m. p.m..NAS' twelve gal.. tanks, wide beam, MANAGEMENT .
O'Toole James Mason.
er min)) ((150 good for off shore. Good conditIon TRAINING .. "'
CECIL t $700. Phone '387 4451 '
HOSPITAL: "INSIDE DAISY Leads To Executive Career In ;
t or 264 2573 eves. and week- Finance. .
CLOVER: with Natalie Wood,
Christopher Plummer. ((128 min) CPO CLUB Friday the Special will be Lobster for $2.35 ends. Do uou enjoy working with peop -. -..
C. FIELD: "BUTTERFIELD and a KC Steak for $.85. Entertainment by the Moonlighters. Sat- & le? Are you ambitious for early, I' :
EIGHT": With Elizabeth Taylor urday the Special is Lobster for $2.35 and a 10 oz. T Bone Steak SINGER 600" TOUCH SEW success? HFCs intensl'eman.r.'
Laurence Harvey. ((100 Min) for $1.65. The band will be Charlie Jay. Sunday Roast Beef din- No bobbins to wind kinds -of makes agement training program helps
buttonholes all
ner will be on special for $1.00. Wednesday is Game Night starting you become an executive quickly.
7:45 desIgns Cost $369 Assume Non in
at selling Interviewing
SATURDAY, January 14 15 payments of SIO each To of
major part the job. Age 21
EM CLUB Thursday Is Game Night. A half Fried Chicken see call 7718211.. to 28 high school grad. car ',.,,:
NAS: "BEAU GESTE": with will be the special for $.60. After the games the Strangers will required. Straight salary with nNa; '
Guy Stockwell, Leslie Nielsen, entertain Friday the Mel Gaden Band. Saturday VA -15 party. ZIG ZAG FOR$20 increases based performance.:: Iii'
Doug McClure. ((105 min) Sunday Phil Kay and the Go Go Girls. Monday Happy Hour from 5 to SEWING MACHINE Advancement opportunity, security 'i.
HOSPITAL: "LORD JIM''; 6 p.m. Tuesday Surprise. Happy Hour Wednesday Dick Widon and Left in shop. Good condition. employee benefits. Apply .'
With Peter 0'Toole,James Mas- Surprise Happy Hour. Does everything without attach- now at: I

on.C. DAISY O,.'R. F. This week's big event is the "Super Bowl" special on ments. Yours for repair bill HOUSEHOLD
FIELD: "INSIDE $20. phone 353 1946 anytime.
CLOVER": Natalie Wood,Christopher color T. V., featuring the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Green Bay Will deliver No obligation. FINANCE
Plummer. ((128 min) Packers Starting time is 3 p.m. Sunday, January 15.
25 W. Forsyth Street
Steak dinner will follow the game.nu includes choice strip
15 sirloin, french fries, onion rings, baked potato, tossed mixed veg- & 3734 Blandlng Blvd. .
SUNDAY January High Dry Middleburg,
3050 Beach Blvd.
etables salad, and fresh garlic bread, with coffee or: tea. ,
Call 282 5087. Mrs. Stella
Reservation should be made no later than January 13 by callingthe I. .
: O. R. F. manager at Ext. 8179 or 8180. Charge $2.25 per ORF, CECIL FIELD, NEEDS PART ..
: With David Niven. person., ..Reservations not binding. Time waitresses and bar tenders. '' :. :.
With Guy Stockwell,Leslie Niel- Improve the average ..j

sen'Doug'' McClure. ((105 ) bust 28AA 52M cupPhone OFFICER'S 'WIFE .
C. FIELD:' "LORD JIM": 264 = 6906 (2644061. to tour Far East 'with another' I'

.with. ((150 Peter min O'Toole) James Mason. 'I WJQ O 'n I!)@ IID I IT.lCn'Y. REAL ESTATE:'FREE CONSUL Call"0 Wife"Holt Publishing for se'eral'months., 38,1-4451o". : \ ,

MONDAY, January 16 TATION ADVICE. 7 days a for referral.
week. Homes for sale,$100 Dwn.
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Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn
Jerry Lewis > ."..'.'0' .Vok1A HomeSite Lots, Acreage, Invest- Jacksonville and Mayport
HOSPITAL: "WHERE THE ments. WALTER T. BOWEN, areas. Military background .r
SPIES ARE" With David NIven. : : 7839 Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- would be helpful. A very rewarding -

NORMANDYBLVD. 1376. career possible, for the ,
C. FIELD: "BEAU GESTE1With 7 DJIf8J' Right Man. Write to the. Regional .
Guy Sotckwell, Leslie Niel- Director, .P. O. .Box 13177 '':t'
sen, Doug McClure. ((105 min) l FOR SALE 1/2 TON GMC Orlando, Fla., 32809. ',:
I Pickup Fully customizedNew -

TUESDAY, January 17' ..,uS I'e .... K...-,.......,_..;,Q>.,.. Paint Perfect Lt. Led-
man Cecil Field -.Ext. 252 or 1'

NAS: WILD ANGELS": with Ladles Night Every Thurs.Buy 771 7359. _____ Down Homes, Orange Park

Peter Fonda, Nancy Sinatra. Realty 264 2411. :
HOSPITAL: "WAY WAY OUT One Get,One FREE (Your favorite beverage: ) HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR, Lg.'

With Lewis.. Dr., Den., Kitchen Furnished, 2 PRIVATE TRAILER LOT ....
C. Jerry FIELD: "WHERE THE \s.. LIVE MUSIC 6 NIGHTS A WEEK acre lot. $80 mo. water Incl. 115 ft. x! 136 ft.'Fenced In.Available )'c.v
SPIES ARE": with David N1y n. 5866 Lamoya, 771 5020. immediately. No rent.until ,//I"";
THE ,SWINGINGEST/ ROOM IN TOWN. February -Located at Hipp's Road :'
WEDNESDAY, January ?8 THE SWINGING/ DOOR RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR, and Howard Dr. Call Rennicks,
NAS "CHAI+ 3ER OF HORRORS 2B, fam. rm. ., cent. heat, corn E01 Cecil, Field Ext. '672 ;"
With Patrick ONeaL" OPEN. er lot, fenced yard, like new- .
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0374 or 7717874.
Peter Fonda Nancy Sinatra. FURNISHED APT SMALL-

C. FIELD: "WAY WAY OUT" HOUSE FOR SALE WINDSOR Utlltles furnished, bus 1/2 blk.

With Jerry Lewis. MONEY IN 1 DAY .Forrest By owner. 3 BR, $50 mo. Lakes 389 4275.. "; ,:''!:.

1 1/2 B, Hardwood floors, assumed ,i'.
5 l/4 7a GI Loan Closeto .
School Nr. NAS & Cecil ;
"DON':" SCOUT ANY $25 to $600ON Field5002- Bedford Forrest.Dr. 2920 Dellwood BdRm, LvlRm. ;1'...

FURTHER..YOU'LL NEVER 771 6980.WantAdsWHI. Kit. & Bath. $50 mo., water ".. '

E01TA1TZASTEAK: Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how

much you want.. Pick up the cash at your con yen.
/ence. Sane-c/oy/ service./ .
High & Dry Middleburg, Fla. .
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN SellForYou! Call 282 -, 5087. Mrs.. Stella .
You Get Mo. Pm' You Get Mo. Pmt.S Geyer.

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'! Lcdr. Johnson Takes Bowen Brings Raiders Break Into 67,; I

I Clean Sweep InTourney Home HonorsThe Take Two From S'anford!

Three members of NAS Cecil

NAS Cecil Annual Florida Field's Pistol Team accepted an NAS Cecil's Raider's got backon In the second contest the firedup
r Four Wall' Handball Classic Y 1 invitation from the Military Gun the winning road last weekend Raiders romped the boys from
Tournament was wrapped up'last a Club to compete in a match in by taking two from Sanford AFBr the Air Force 83-55.
t weekend by Lcdr. Paul Johnson Charleston, S.C. last Saturday. 54-46 and 8355. Cecil's B-Ballers came on
(VA-174)). Representing Cecil were AQC In game number one the strong in the first half to
iiLw George F. Bowen, GMC F. Paine Raiders, started out a little slowas command the scoring 39-26. The
the .
Johnson started out tourna- L. Alford.
and AOI Randall
the end of the first half second half was still dominatedby
ment by womping Castillo 21-8, Chief Bowen former All-
a ''the Raiders as they sank for
saw Cecil with onlya one point
.21-4., His next victim was Jack Shooter and Distinguished
Navy while Sanfordto
44 points holding
lead 24-23. Then In the second, ..
whom he defeated
Bush, Master, captured first place 29.
half the Raider's got a little
scores of 21-8, 21-1. Then honors .with a combined score
warmer out-scoring Sanford 30- Martin led the Raiders in scoring -
in third set Johnson took on of 2617 out of a possible 2700
23. Pacing the scoring for the i with 24 and Veldez for the
Schwerdt. The competition was points. He scored 877, 872, Raiders was Dinkins with 16, AFB with 18.
beginning to get a little tougher 868 in the categories -
and respectively
and for Sanford Thompson with The Raiders next clash will be
as Johnson dumped Schwerdt 21- w of .22 caliber, center- against Patrick AFB at.Patrick
14, 21-18 In the final playoff k W I fire, and .45 caliber shooting.A 21 points. this weekend. '." '-. r
Johnson was face-to-face with perfect score for each of these '
Steve Schnell. It was a .close- events is 900 points. .Game One .. ''... I
fought match, but.Johnson kept up Chief ,Bowen .tf,>. 1 .
I According to ... .. -- .' \ :- "
his power to squeak by Schnell L'i >tw coach of Cecil's Pistol Team, ,BOX SCORE ". ; .):: ft,<,,,pr ." :tp BOX SCORE fg ft'. : i. .:.itp'o\. .
I 21-15, 21-18, to clinch the 1967All there is a good chance that the Raiders ',' ', ''., '.. Sanford :: .- ':i "
Florida Handball Tourna- Sixth Naval District and Atlantic Dinkins 5 ..:. 6 ,:. A "'"16 Fulre 2' O' '3'\4'..: !M .
ment. Fleet Pistol Tournament will be Catlett ,2" O:3:4: :' Thompson 9 3, 3' ;'' 21 '" -
Ir' Those entered in the Tournament held here at Cecil Field in May. McLaughin .4' ., 5 ',' 4 13 Hopkins 4,' : 2 '0 .:10'". .
Were; Johnson, Castillo CDR. TAYLOR presented trophies Murray 1 '' ; 0 .,0 2-- ,Ballard .2' 0'2 : S4 ,: ',r
'' Parks, Bush, Lakeway, to runnerup Schnell.((1)) and Golf Lessons McGee 1.1" 3 2 5 Vedlez1 1,''''. 3.3. ,.,. ;:.,:rSeaton ...
y Drestul, Leach. McCormick Champion Johnson (r). Johnsonwon For WivesBill Martin ,. :' 6 .. :oi2' ( l', :.14 \ c'" 1... ,', .2." .. ,.....4". ."r"::< '
t Scherdt, Trent. Curtiss, Lucci, the final games In the Handball 't" ', -' '" '.
BoBo, White, Schwartz,. Soden, Tournament heW last week Total ** ':' 54 total I 54':'
and Schnell. end at the NAS Cecil Field Gym. Stott, Cecil Field Golf

Pro has announced that beginning Game Two I
. .
'< '
1 10 Thursday and Jan.Thurs-12 BOX SCORE fg -'ft Pi"tp", BOXSaR:) rg 'ff. "Iitp": ,:; "
at a.m. every t .. .
day following, there will be Raiders :. .*" ,,Sanford \,.... ...:.. :..,'..",, ';'" ". ',
golf.lessons for Navy wivesat Dinkins 6. 2' 4' 14'. Fulce 3 2' 4' 8" :
i Cecil's golf course. Clarkson 2'. 0.. 0,, 4 Thompson 3 4 3.i" ;M1 16':. .
i : Equipment can be furnished Catlett 3' .1 4 '. 7 Hopkins 2 f I ; 1:5.: : .' :
1 x N or you may bring your McLaughin 7 ., 4 : '1 18 Ballard 4 0' 0. '" 8 .:
own. The .fee for the les- Murray ,5 O' 3 10 Veldez '8' 2w '.'\1' i 18; "
sons is $.50. McGee yl,.', ,0 0 2 Robin .... 1 2 ." ..0 4 ..;;: .-
For further informationcall Martin 11 ,.. 2. ,1' : 24 COach ..1., 0 :,: ..1.:2.;: >. '
,' ,; .. .-.-;
Mcfalls I7'o 24
the Pro Shack at NAS : 4 '7"-.: .':
Cecil's GolfCourse.Sports .'
Total .83 Total 46
; '
Equipment .', "

To Be Moved '

All equipment from building ,$BOb's :Oak Hill : :

ff4. except boats,and trailers will
soon be moved to the Station Gym.
I The reason for the move is to PureService CenterOpen

be able to supply more men with .
equipment after 1600. All men for your convenience 6 a.m. -' 10 p.m.
wishing to check out sports
CAPT. U. L. FRETWELL presented championship trophies to six-
equipment may do so at the Gym
teen individuals Intramural champions at ceremonies held at the between the hours of 0900 and road serviced pick-Yp & delivery
NAS. Cecil Field Gym last week. This year's: intramural program
is said to be expenaded to include an even greater number of sports, 2100. 'mechanic OR ikty...AmericsR. & Foreign Cars

including an expanded Captain's Cup Program. This year, "It's, r 103rd & James Rd. '
sports for everyone." Buy.U.S.S ,' -o1t:. "':.
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__o1I\Whisfling\ In a and struction Charlie some soclalIzh discussions Eastham. will movies be MucDill AFB Drops Fliers w

leaving our ranks on the 20th
of this month for civilian life. l
The Rigging As our old members know, he Twice ; 126-75 120-95
has been the backbone of the Gannet .
Fleet for quite some time
By Lt. P. f. Thlbodeau and has served as our Social Neither Friday's nor Saturday's Flier basketball losses to Mac-
Chairman for the past several Dill AFB could be considered "close" from hardcourt standards,
months. We'll miss you,Charlie. ( the locals lost 126 75 and 120 95)) but neither could two
Gator Bowl Winds have obtained a catalog of sailing Best of luck to you out there. nights of the base team's shooting toward the basket be dubbed
The wind blew the boats flew and boating films compiledby Those of you who read this "close." .
and some guys didn't make it. the NAEBM (National Association column and would like to try Perhaps close is the term to use; many of the field goal attemptswere
Winding-up the Gator Bowl festivIties of Engine and Boat Manufacturers your hand at sailing but, haven't close but few cut the hoop's twine. As with every basketball
last week the area Sailing ) from which we planto made it down to the NJSC as game the team on the top end had greater offensive punch. It wasn't.
set-up a schedule of films of the however.
enthusiasts turned out en- are invited do Filers
yet to so as soon --- --
masse for the Gator Bowl Regattaat interest to all boaters. as possible. If you do not know Always sensational Pitts of as the Fliers find themselves
the Rudder Club a week ago Bill Kelly announced that he and can pass our tests, we have MacDIll notched 15 field goals and featured In part of a basektball
this past Sunday. It was a great has heard through the Tiger Cat some boats up for assignment.This five free throws opening night! for double header. They face the
day for sailing for those who could Assn. that there is a Tiger Cat is our slack season and this 35 points and hit 18 two point- Jacksonville University frosh: at
tolerate the 20-30 knot winds; available. As we do not have a is a good time to get yourselfall ers and eight from the charityline 5:45 p.m. today, preliminary to
several catamarans capsized catamaran on our boat roster, set for the forth-coming sea- the next night for 44. the Dolphins Oklahoma City
which will give you some idea this would be a welcome addi- son of sailing. Let's go sailing I The Fliers had two closer con contest.
of the conditions which prevailed.The tion. Bill is going to see if it Harris Wilson (USN Ret) was tests on the opponents court earlier This weekend NAS Glynco
winners of each class cer- would be possible to obtain same by the club last week with the in the season, losing 105 comes calling for the first time
for the NJSC. 95 and 96 S5. in Florida/Georgia Interservice
tainly deserved their trophies news that he is in the processof
and that warming kiss from Miss Our proposed Junior Sailing buying a 29' hull out on the Locking ahead Kathy Teate the Gator Bowl Program was briefly discussedbut West Coast which he will bringto Rockets give up the ice surfaceat be out to improve upon their
Queen.On since Roger Scott was not Jax to finish and fit-out, Har- the Coliseum Thursday(today) 10-6 won and lost records. "
hand to represent the Jacksonville available to comment on it, it ris has been an occasional
had to be tabled. We have, member of
Recreation Department the club for several
sponsor of the Regatta was Nathan however asked that money be years and now that he will havea .
"Mally" Malllson who insured set aside in the forth-coming boat of his own, plans to become LACK ANGUS
for the
that all went'smoothly. All things budget purchase prams more actve. Looks to
considered (particularlytheRace for this project so it is an item me like he's got a lot of work
Committee's inexperience), we that will be coming into being ahead of him.
all enjoyed our day. The only in Future the very near future.of Quaker City Sailor Meat Company I
meetings the NJSC
casualty of the day (other than
will be, we hope a little shor- Met a couple of grand ladies "A steak
dunkings In the cold St. John's)
A Real Old-pasliioned Meat Market
was the Griffith's Bantam which ter and on the lighter side. The down at Grahams. They are or a s/err"
was holed by a Shark Cat as Board of Governors will take care both pediatricians from Phila 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362
of the majority of the club delphia. They packed everythingthey
the guy was making a run at
the dock and miscalculated his business at their meetings and could (and then some) Into Start Ntw Yew Rihtl
will report to the membership. their 30' Seawind Ketch, the Interlude -
speed CRUNCH!
Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club Members are invited to attend sold their house and Fill frtfztr with tht bosH
Skippers and crews participating the Board meetings, if they have everything else they couldn't your
in the regatta were: any matters of interest to be pack and are on their way to the
Bill & Sue Kelly (VA-44)) brought up or can contribute to Bahamas for a leisurely cruise. USDA
COCKSPUR 2nd Place. Jim any projects under consideration.The I gather that the cruise will last Beef Sides CHOICE 57
Glisson PUNKIN3rd Place. regular Membership meetings until they run out of money or ( LB.
Lou .& Nancy Caron (NATTQ) will then be devoted to In- new places to see.

Steve Griffith (NAS JaxWIND- Custom cut & wrapped
Ann Washington & Tim Burke SeeYour FINANCING AVAILABLE
(Dep) ,-. WHY NOT 1st Place.
Rex Hyer (NavHosp) & Mark
Johnson (Dep) 2nd Place.Charlie -

Eastham (VP5) .& Christy. ( i ; I J '" ... ,,;:. '" --.... .', '. II'
Griffith (Dep) 3rd Place. Gene! "
Hannon (NavHosp) &Betsy Potter 'n
(dep) 4th Place.' :

Phil Thibodea.uCFJ.Jlm( ) .
., ,
ter (CFJ), Walt FrummerieNAS( .. J' I
Jax) WHISTLER (Morgan 24))
4th Place.
Meetings/ Changed

At, the several meeting items this of past interest Tuesday HERE'S THE FIRST PLACE TO LOOK -

were discussed. It has been decided -

. meetings that we on will Wednesdaysfor try holdingour Union! FOR YOUR SECOND CAR

the rest of this quarter to
see if we can't get more of the w. (... them the VW 16 point Safety and P.rformenc..rnap.ct.
Ion. Then we tun.d up, tightened end replaced everything that
membership out for the meetings. i .b n..d.d It. And guaranteed them 100' for the r.palr or replacement
Seems as though just about every : >" of all major mechmlcal parta for 30 day or 1000 mil... Come
.. on In and double ch.ck.
other organization as well as the '
night schools meet on Tuesday..
In addition to the regular monthly ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL,SYSTEM
membership meetings we will fax MuqdeiuiI
to hold weekly session on
try a
Wednesday evening to discuss f t VW Siur l IISII.( Wi|.)....... 1995VWSrin
such things as racing rules,
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i; COMFAIRJAXIUstsHoopstarToirRey : .' '-\, ,t ",". .... -- --
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: COMFAIRJAX will conduct an -
area elimination basketball tour- .
nament at NAS Jax, commencing t YLi 0i1
January 26 in order to select a Chevroletat
representative team to participate -
in the Sixth Naval District
Tournament scheduled for NAS
;o Cecil Field February 6 10.
II t
L. All fleet air units in the Jack-
/! sonville area are eligible to
participate. Fleet air personnel i
R, participating in station varsity '
basketball programs are ineligible -
:, to participate in this tourney
'I' unless 'released by the team's i1\
, varsity coach.
>> Games will be scheduled duringnoon
hours, after secure and on :
I Saturday, to minimize inter- PHONE SPtT341orSP :
: ference with squadron work requirements -
t; and! allow maximum
,,.... spectator participation, W601
I message
;: 041935Z contains detailed information -
"S on the tournament. Fur-
): ther inquiries may be made of 66 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. . .$2295 r
li, LCdr. J. Grote, COMFAIRJAX N' .Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid
'; Staff, exts. 445/8515. ____________________________ mite, White top, w/s/w.
Experts Sty, .','sleekToeghFor'SBperlowP HARKINS after he hit a 165 ;yard hole In one on the third 66 CHEVROLET 4DR SEDAN .-$2395
; hole of the NAS golf course December 27. LCDR Harklns Is Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Fact
the AO A" School Training Officer This Is his, first hole.. Air, Solid Red, W/S/W.
'r: If the numerous armchair In twenty years of golfing.
,. quarterbacks across the nation 66 CHEVELLE MALIBU/ SPORT COUPE. .52395
I agree the Kansas'City Chiefs are I Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Fact.
underdogs for Sunday's NFL- r WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YDUROOSEVELT Air Solid Tourq., W/S/W. *,..' .
4'p. AFL Super Bowl game,the Chiefs
r don't follow the consensus. In 66 CAPRICE 2DR. SPORT COUPE .52795
)' fact, they won't have any part of 4 Speed Trans., Big Eng., Power steering, R .
; such talk. & H, Dark Blue, W/S/W. =
:.5 Representing this spirit of faith Would V tiu Be/ieve* ,
'I;, In a team is All AFL end 66 CHEVELLE MALIBU WAGON. . 52595
,. Fred Arbanas. He said recently, for the best deal in auto, scooter, Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Fact
" "Only those people who have '
Air Solid color, W/S/W.
; never played professional foot- or home (mobile, too) insurance
ball question that caliber of the
i Kansas City team. What do they 66 CAPRICE 4DR SPORT ,SEDAN. ..53195
think, that Green Bay's playerscome in town, call or drop byAv Auto/trans., V/8, Full' power, Fact..Alr SoIl l d
from Mars?" yellow, Blk.' Vlnal/ 1 top,' Many,. Many Eictros.1lu .
Arbanas is the smallest member > INSURANCEAGENCY
of his offensive line, which
man for-'man, Is professional
football's biggest. M,! HORMANUY BL VD Or; ,/ .
Mentors who have worked inboth '
E 'PEC I'\LUt IN INMlR.\, ::0:' leagues offer opinions;
'f; the majority' agree not to take (3
p. the Chiefs lightly. It
( 'Physically.. Kansas City'srange tVz4
:' and size are ,as fine as
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,.. ball time,"head said coach Lou of Rymkus the AI'LHou-, one- MALL Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Fact.

ston Oilers, and last'season as Air, Ivory over light Blue, W/S/W.
NFL Detroit Lion assistant. a

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F Team Won Lost FREE, CAR WASH White, W/S/W. '

Operations Analysis 32 13 '
Production Planning. 28.5, 16.5 WITH/. 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ 65 TR 4 ROADSTER. . .' '. .,. .57595
Power Plant r 28 17 PRODUCTS,-, CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED R & H, Solid Red, White top, W/S/W. .
Planning 27 18
1 I Power Plant II 24 21 SPRAWAX. .NOW, ONLY 50$ 65 BELAIR/ 4DR. SEDAN. .. o' : ... .57895
COntrol Div. ( SupplY) 24 21 Auto/trons., V/8, R & H, Factory Air, Ivory over
AIC Public Instruments Works 23 24 21 22 Located Roosevelt,Mall// Shopping Eenter'ARDSEY' Dark Green, W/S/W.

Test Cells 23 22
AIC Preservation 21.5 23.5 64 GALAXI 500 2DR HARD/TOP. . $7595
of' Engineering 21 24 Auto/trans., V/8., Power. steering, R & H, Solid
Process Division 21 24 Maroon, W/S/W..
; Machinist I 18.5 26.5T58
Shop 16 29 64 MONZA COUPE. . .. . . .5995
Production Control 15 30 4 Speed Trans., R & H, Solid Red, W/S/W.
Machinist II 12.5.
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