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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 23, 1967


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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 expression of any I
'military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products services advertised.

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; Christmas Displays HAS Inspections

; Awarded First' Prize Earn'Well Done'Naval

The Navy Exchange at Jackson change complex with the approval __
" ville took first place for Group of Commander Fred Sch nze,the I"
'; VI Exchanges in the annual Exchange Officer.Mr. Air Station Jacksonville, is slowly recovering from a t
I Christmas display contest sponsored Meyer's decorating can be barr ge f inspections which have comprised the annual COh 4AV- :
; by the Navy Ship's Store seen at the guest house, clubs AIRLANT Inspection, but with no regrets and many good feelings **
Office, Brooklyn, New York. and cafeterias of the Air Sta of "well done". The air station was inspected by VAdrm C. T.
Entries from, Navy Exchanges tion. He has also 'managed Booth, assisted by Capt. C. C. Andrews. The results of the inspec -
I- I throughout the world are submittedto several fashion shows at both tion'' ( specifically the Personnel Inspection held on FebruaryiS .
: the Headquarters of Navy Exchange Officer and Enlisted Men's dubs were made known to the personnel of NAS 'JAX by Capt. Martin
t. .operations in Brooklyn fort for the wives of personnel at J. Stack CO: of NAS JAX. -
,; ,',- judging. Group VI Exchanges Jacksonville. In an open letter to all con-
*tV{* ,- are the largest in sales volume ,During his visit to the Navy cerned Capt. Stack stated: "I
{, \ in the Navy Resale System. Ship's Store Office on February am indeed proud of the effort ,
'i Mr. Charles Meyer, display 9, 1967, to discuss the new Can- and team made 4

|-,,;.. manager of the Jacksonville Exchange ,- dlelight dub, Mr Meyer was possible the fallowing grades for
F'' submitted. ten photographs presented with the first place our Comprehensive Administrative -
t, showing various Christmas displays trophy by Captain J J. Scheela, Inspection. We are without y x
r used this past seasonwlth- Executive Officer of NSSO. question the finest'Naval Air Station -
in the Exchange. Of the ten, Among the other Navy Exchange in the entire Navy. Keepup
,t.. three were selected as the best facilities finishing in this the fine work. To all hands .

,"" in this category. ,Group VI category were Navy a hearty "Well Done" I '
"r. Mr. Meyer has been display Housing Activity, Yokohama, The results of the inspect- "
manager at Jacksonville for'the Cdr. James H. Ard. Navy Exchange ions were as follows: Receiv
past eight years. Prior to that, Officer, Display by ing a grade of outstanding were:
4 he was display manager for a Akira Hayashi, Layout'' and Display Communications, Public Works
large department store InGlasT Manager,and third place was Comptroller Medical, Industrial -
gow, Scotland. Educated In Eng- awarded to Naval Station Subic Relations, Weapons, and the Chaplain I,
v: land, he studied ,commercial art Bay, Cdr. E.W. ,Growden, Navy COMING/ INTO THE HARTU Departments. Those'receiving t
n at the University of Manchester. Exchange Officer, Display by HANGAR )Is VAdm. C. T. a grade ,of excellentwere
He also does Interior 'decor Miss B" len V Ulegas,Senior Sales Booth where ""the .NAS JAX Administration Air Op-
; erations, General.Military Train,, VADM., C. T. BOOTH IS WEL..
,- personnel were Inspected as ing. Aviation.. Safety, Aircraft
part.of.the,COMNAVAIRLANTInspection. Malntalnance; : ;' Overhaul '-"aMRepair Martin'-J./ ; "

l ., VAdm Booth recommended ''Security. Supply,Private JAX VAdm Booth Inspectedthe ,
"Outstanding"and Messes, Legal, Public Affairs, air station/ ,, during the an. '
"Excellent" for all the Dental, Personnel, General Safe
attending'personnel who were ty, Data Processing, Drive Safe, nual COMNAVAIRLANT. Inspection
Highlit of ,the Inspection
Inspected. and the Disaster Control Departments -
was goocreport and I
The final phase of the COM- evaluation received by HAS '
H E-8 Aid E-9 Exam NAVAIRLANT inspection will ,JAX personnel and facilities/ ; .
occur on February 28 with the
. visit of RAdm. R. F, DuBois, COMFAIRJAXPresents -
Date ScheduledThe
Deputy Naval Inspector Generalto .
the air station. RAdm Du-
Navy. wide examinationsfor informal Check
Bois will given an :, :'
advancement to gradesE
pay briefing concerning the various
8 and E 9 will be conducted %
facets of NAS JAX together witha
\ Rear Admiral H. H. Caldwell
23 1967, The time
on May which i
guided tour of the station
Commander Fleet Air, Jackxonvine -
in rate.E. 7 1 required for will provided by Captain Martin
advancement to E 8 i? 36 Of- presented a check, In
J. Stack, Commanding
months and a minimum total the amount of $106,736.27 "to
, service of II years. 8 years of ficer. ,representatives of Combined:
Federal Campaign Agencies in
which must be enlisted service.
t'i i From E. 8 to E "- 9 24 LIP SlatesSeminar his office on'Thursday, February
months pay grade 8 23, at 10:00: a.m."r
of 13 Accepting 'the check on behalf -
f a minimum total service DatePhase : ..
CONGRATULATIONS .- Mr. Anthony G. Comorat, Display years, 10 years of which I of participating agency
Branch ,Manager of the Navy Ship's ,Store Office .(left) congratulates must be enlisted service. groups was Mr.. W. H.
for the Navy correspondencecourses 2 of the Leadership Shorts Vice President of the
/ Mr. Charles R. Meyer, display manager All mandatory
fer VI must be completedand Improvement Program, which State Bank of Jacksonville and
Exchange, Jacksonville, on winning first place Group
headof the CFCs Central Accounting -
17 with sched-
entered in service began January
holds ,the trophy awarded to the
Mr. Comorat
Exchange. record ,by May 23, 1967. The uled seminars, Is progressing! Agency
Exchange In the ,second annual' Christmas 'display terminal eligibility aate for with the announcement of forthcoming Also on hand to witness the

con test on February 14, 1967.: advancement to pay grades E'-8 seminar dates., presentation was be Mr. Jack ;
and E 9 is Jan. 16, 1968. Quaritius, President. Peninsula
This means that you must have This }phase will consist of a Life Insurance Company and
National FRA PresidentTo been advanced to E 8 by series of seminars designed to Campaign Director of the United 1,
Jan. 16, 1965 and to E 9 improve the l by Jan. 16, 1966. officers on a number- of, subjectsof President of the United Fund .
For further information con- vital Interest the 'men under and ,Mr. Bob Ohl.DirectorDuval
Visit NAS JacksonvilleLawrence tact Educational Services Office their supervision. County Chapter of.the American.

Ext. 618 Bldg. 955. be held Cancer Society. ,
These seminars
This check represents a,:
M. Bane National ficials to the Naval Hospital at President Bane will be heldat In the Commanding Off leer's con- portion of the $239,742.08 con-
President of the more than 65,000 Naval Air Station Jacksonville. the Robert Meyer Hotel be- ference room, second floor of trub 1t ions of military men and
member Fleet Reserve Associa- There he will make a courtesy ginning at 6 p.m., March 1, with Building 1, with the AMD con- women in the greater Jackson-
tion, the career enlisted >Sailor call on ,the hospital commander, all interested FRA members, ference room in Building 200 ville ,area and deployed units to
and Marine organization, will be Captain W. S. Baker, Jr., tour their wives and guests invited to being an alternate. Attendance the 1967 Combined Federal Cam ... .
In the JacksonvilleNaval Air the new high .- rise 400 bed participate. Attendance will be Is required of, but not limitedto paign which supports the United I
Station area. on March 1. He hospital, under construction by reservation which should be division officers and station Fund, National Health Agencies !
will be the guest of Branch 91, there and visit with FRA mem- called to either 384 2496,389- officers. Interested officers and International Service Ag-
FRA, 8554 Roosevelt Boulevard bers confined to the hospital. 3810, or 264 9487 by Monday and senior petty officers are Invited -
Orange Park. After lunching at the Blue- February 27. to attend. encies.'C
Bane's day long visit will Jackets Inn, he will make a cour- Following dinner Bane will
will be held
All seminars at
begin with a breakfast at the tesy call on the Naval Air Station attend the regular monthly meet
commanding officer, Capt. ing ,of Branch 91 at Its homeon 9 a.m. on the following dates:
Hotel 9
Roberr Meyer at a.m. Medicare ME ; '
February 28 ( ),
Martin J. Stack, and then 'end Roosevelt Blvd., beginning
where he will be welcomed to ; ,
March 14 Personal affairs,wills, ,
Officers and membersof ; Civil' Service. New. .PflS I
Jacksonville by Mayor Lou Rit- his visit to NAS with a cour- at 8 p.m.
March 28
etc., (LE), ; Casualty '
call Rear Admiral H. all FRA Branches In the State .
ter and made an honorary citizen tesy on assistance (ADP) April 11,Lonas NARTU News, P08
of Florida have been extended invitations -
Howard Caldwell Commander
of Jacksonville and Interste rates ( ADP, Mr. Cecil Sports. .' .PglO
Fleet Air JacksonvilleA by Branch 91 to
Following breakfast, Sane will L. Gardner.)
be escorted by Branch 91 of- dinner honoring National attend this meeting.


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AtI'fla February 23, 1 1967
Page 2 10 YHfcftef' ,JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBt/RNB- _


I NEWS IN ii Wi I D I \ r, p ....5 e r ,Y l( e' s I I rlhe Urge To SpendThe

Family Service Center Seeks AidThe
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. age old adage, "Where winter comes, can spring be far

Family Services Center Is in dire need! household articlesto behind?" is one which begins to be felt toward the end of February
be loaned as Hospitality Kits to newly reported personnel who Edward's Chapel At this time most of us have finally recuperated from the
have not received their household effects. These kits will con- Christmas fever rand the Christmas bills -- and are longing for
sist of necessary' household articles such as dishes blankets the coming of spring. But the coming of spring can also bring

towels, sheets, cooking and eating utensils, irons, etc. Contri- SUNDAY MASS0900&1100 headaches income tax type headaches. As with most financial
butions are being solicited for these items. Donations maybe DAILY MASS------- 1145 headaches, the payment of income taxes can be provided for, if

made at the Family Services Center In Building 955, or by calling SATURDAY MASS1045 we use a little forethought and some will power.
Lt. Smith, Ext. 8426, who. will make arrangements for pickup ConfessionsSaturday None of us like to pay taxes yet we all realize that it is the tax
of any Items. s, '* 1700 1730 & 1900-1930 dollar that we pay which keeps our country operating. Thus, accept-
4 ing the Inevitable we must provide for it. We have deductionstaken
Little League Season Approaching from our paychecks which help to pay these taxes. At timeswe

< U.S Naval Hospital are fortunate to receive a refund, a few dollars which at

The Navy' Ortega, Lakeshore Little League season is aboutto times seem like a million. The question is what to do with these

start. Registration win'be held from 9 a.m through 4 p.m., returned tax dollars?
February 25, at Ball Park, NAS JAX. Boys from SUNDAY MASS - 0800 It Is natural to have the tem cJI.tI

ages 8 through 15 areielgible to play. This league incorporatestwo FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205 nd this most sought fP. ,. 1P.' tJ
features unique for this type activity. ptationrefund, but let us stop fora I:) .", '. I!'

All boys who register, will actively participate in one of four DIVINE SERVICES moment and think of some of the.. e .. '

divisions, and there are' no registration or playing fees charged.The ,PROTESTANTAll more profitable ways that we C : _;3r!
league is composed gf,four divisions: Senior for ages 13 through!: Saints Chapel nay spend it. Before we do'tiPthis ) .fi4l51 :p

15, Major for ages< 10 through 12, Minor for ages 8 through 12, however, let us think what we, -i: :: -
and a farm clinic division for all ages. SUNDAY'S do if we were required': tI ,

Mature male volunteers are needed to serve as managers and 0800 ------Holy Comniunioo to pay more money for taxes.w ,,' : /J
coaches. The league is primarily interested in men who will 0930 & 1100 --Divine Worship more than we have had taken ": jrfjwould

lend leadership, guidance good example and sportsmanship to out of our paychecks. .... .
the boys;, Contact a member of the Board of Directors at the SUNDAY SCHOOL $

Blue Angle Ball Park<, February 25. -------Chapel Annex Keep In mind how wonderful :

Building 722 it would be to have a few II .

Last Interview For DDT Savings Bonds hanging around /to t/I )' ,..,...' IP'
WEDNESDAY'S at this time, in the event that
The last interview date for application for Underwater Dem-
1900 ------choir Rehearsal we have to pay more taxes
olition Team will be February 24 at 1 p.m. at Building 955, Educational we anticipated. If on the other 1\\ '
Services Office. A film and a lecture will be presented THURSDAY the fortunate C NCOM E. fIJ
hand we are among
prior to the testing at the above time. A visiting team from Little 2000 Christian Science Service to receive a tax refund TQC
Creek, Va. is conducting the interviews. For further information, ,
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month why not convert this"bonus" into C rr
contact the Educational Services Office at Extension 618. 0930 Chapel: Women's Guilo something profitable such as Savings 10 "ENS '#J

(Small Chapel) Bonds. If next year we )(.
W4NEK "Hams" To Conduct ClassesAmateur
/ find ourselves, short, then we
U. S,NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's have these to fall on. I $ W t
Radio operation code and theory classeswilibe conducted $ $
- 100C '
eadi Monday Wednesday and Friday nights at 7p.m. beginning ?
February 27 Classes will be conducted by members of Thus, let us not curb that irrestible urge uxspend our Income -
the Navy Jax Amateur Radio Club in Building 726, located next CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT tax refund, but let's spend it on something worthwhile.

to ,the Chapel Annex. All interested personnel should contact the Remember that paying taxes, painful as it may seem at the times.
W4NEK Radio Shack at extension 8420, or attend the first class on o !s really a form of patriotism,so why not compound this with another
February 27. Today- patriotic action -- the purchase of Savings Bonds. For those of
Choir Practice 7
'HAM' Radio is an interesting, educational, and enjoyable hobbyof at p. m. us who are-tn the Armed Forces it is the most adventageous opportunity -
much benefit to military pesonnel all over the world. Sunday- to really be "gung ho" and be patriotic to the nth
Everyone is invited to observe operations at W4NEK- anytimethe Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. degree. It doen't hurt to try does it?

,5 tat(Ion is on the air, and learn more of this hobby.Ffiapfcrfrfr11. Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
.; Communion first Sunday
of the month. '

( E /' ; ( ess ()i geI ..?1 CATHOLIC" ,', .!/ .:?'! '

Daily-, 11:20: a. m. Mass I\\

As Others See Us Sunday-
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- j
I fessions heard before each Mass.

: By,LCdr Richard. Scherch, CHC
'The passage of life is, for everyperson, an adventuresome ,
experience. The times of joy.and pleasure are liberally pepperedwith TrafffcViolations
the dots of frustration and grief. Every apple has its worm.

As an old joke has It, the only thing worse than discovering that \ SPORTS .
your apple has a worm in it is discovering that it has half a worm.In ; V, ,
such a waggish remark lies the key to enjoying life, namely '_ "Ja Friday February 24 :', ..t"fl: ;*""' v :

a sense of humor.To The following B"a report of "ICE/ HOCKEY": Fla./ ocleets vs. Nashville/// at the Coxevm. //,
be able to see oneself and his predicaments with a healthy Gen. Aom. 75tf. "
motor vehicle accidents and :
degree of irreverence for the sanctity of self Is a necessary ,1'" )' ;
traffic violations for the period i'i
skill for modern living. It Is the man who can laugh at himself ,
Feb. 14, 1967 Feb. 20, 1967.
his profession, and his prejudices who avoids a suffocating pre- < Wednesday, March 1 "
occupation with himself. .Number of Accidents. "ICE HOCKEY": Florida/ Rockets vs. Greensboro ,of :ffie; ,
Because he recognizes his cultural idiosyncrasies, a Pennsylvania Co//et/n./ Reserve
This Week - - -9 tickets: $1.25 and $1.00 Cen.: Adm.AI .
Dutchman the anecdote about the {
hartily enjoy country Total Accidents this 75. .
woman who explained her trouble with the T.V. set by saying, through February 196736 year :, '
'it looks alright, but it don't listen so good.: One of my close Number of Accidents through
friends, and undertaker in a large Eastern city often introduces OTHER EVENTS
February 1967 - -54
himself as 'the friendly undertaker, the last person to let you down' .
Total number of days since last Thursday February 23 ; .
The man who drinks too much or broods over his golfing mis- '
HIRT": At the uJitor/um.
injury in a motor vehicle accident Ticket prices $3.00, ,
takes, or finds every other driver an enemy to be defeated, or feels $4.00 arid 500. ; ,
- - 31 -
persecuted by others with authority should turn the candid cameraof 'i" .
,'i ..
his own eye Inward. j Robert Burns, in his 'Ode To A Louse', Number of violations Saturday, February 25 "
? :'"
it most suscintly: "
This Week - - -41
'Oh would some power the giftie gle us "THE DAVE GARDNER'SHOW" At the Auditorium. Ticket
Speeding - - -11
To see ourselves as others see us I'AI prices: $4.50, 3.50 and $2.50. I '
Reckless Driving - -0 I'" ? .'fJ.
t. t.
Going through Stop Sign -1 ,. .
Other Violations29 "THE SONNY JAMES SHOW": At the Coliseum. Ticket
prices: $3.00 and $1.50.
Forty Four drivers up-. ,
peared before the Traffic :' o:

Hearing Board at the meeting Monday. March/ 6 '

JAX AIR NEWS fs a Civilian Enterprise News held on Feb. 21, 1961. Disposi- "METROPOLITAN OPERA NATIONAL COMPANY"Presents

paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air tions of the cases included the "La Traviata" at the Audlorlum.;

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing following: Four lost drivingand $500 and $600. Ticket prices;

Company; a private firm. ,All Copy submitted for use in parking privileges aboard
station for various None
periods; Tuesday, March 7
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
assigned to complete an
Affairs Office Box 2 Jacksonville, by 72.00 noon eight hour course in reme- "The OPERA NATIONAL COMPAHY"jPresents ,
on Monday before publication. News item's are welcomed dial driving at NATTC; Five Marriage of Figaro" at the Auditorium. Ticket
prices $5.00 and $6.00.
from all sourcesTelephone EV 9-7711iExt. 8162. were assigned to complete a six- ; f ,

Advertisements are solicited by the publishet cnJ hour course in remedial driv- Wednesday, March 8 i' _:, '.,.;
such should be directed to: ing at Jax Police Academy, Fifteen "HARLEM
queries concerning received suspensions; Six- GLOBETROTTERS": At the Coliseum. Ticket

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. teen were given warnings prices; $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. 't : ',/

Jacksonville Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451 Six dismissed; Nine fined ( U. Thursday Sunday, March 9 12' _: _

S. Commisioner and Four referred "HOLIDAY ON ICE": At the Auditoruim.; Ticket'
VOL. 24 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 23, 1967 to commanding officers for $1.25 through $3.00. prices'. :
possible disciplinary action.

Forty Four were assesseda Tickets for events may be purchased at Bldg. 704, Special
total of 64 points., Services, Ext. 444.WlIOnlH .

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February 23, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

I Seabees Mark.SilverAlllliv.rsary.. ... Notice From Your.Security. Police' ...( ,:.o\,1i .

of statesThere is {(
All members the armed a exception to
The Seabees services on active duty and this law. That Is, if a member J'.
Navy's were less Ing a muddy! former Japanese great craters were torn in the
that six months old when their landing strip at Henderson Field 'airfield every time a bomb or their wives or children are notrequired .of the military service does bui'1l>>
first unit came under fire earlyin into an all-weatherairfield capable shsll scored a hit. As if all by Florida law to property with in the state of
World War 11. Only three of supporting[ anything from this didn't give them enough to possess a Florida drivers license Florida, he, his wife and child-
weeks after the Marines assaul- fighter aircraft to Army B-17's. do, the Seabees had to be readyto or have a Florida tag on ren must all possess a valid
"ed the beaches of Guadalcanalin The construction job was tough take up positions in the defensive \ehicleaslongastheyhave Florida state drivers license and I
August 1942, Seabees of the enough, but to make matters perimeter In the event a valid drivers license and a must have a Florida tag on their f
Sixth Naval Construction Battalion worse Henderson Field was under of Japanese landing against the valid tag from one of the automobile..
followed them ashore to almost constant attact by Jap- ,narrow beachhead. L 1..
begin the difficult job of convert- anese artillery aircraft, and Through the threemonthbat-
tie for Guadalcanal the Seabees 1000 Yards From The Goto

performed constructionmirades

to expand Henderson Field.and Good Laundry & Cleaners
to Keep [it open. at one time
'y.fSS continuing work even when Jap- & Jean's Tailor Shop
anese troops had pushed the Marine -
*' front line to within 150
S : feet of; the field. During one par- 6409 Raosevelt Blvcf, EV4 2857
S ticularly fierce attack, the
Japanese put no less than 53
e bomb and shell holes in the air- LAUNDRY, STARS EMBROIDERED
field during a 48 hour period. CLEANING ACCESSORIES
? But despite the worst effortsof TAILOR SHOP RATES .
s ',' Fa the enemy forces, the Seabees UNIFORMSREPIPES DECALS }
were able to keep Henderson
Field open throughout the bit- I
ter campaign, an their successIn HARRY SEZ: L; !
k 'keeping Marine fighter planesin
the air played no small part Did you know our dry Cleaning prices on anyitwo, piece. ,
In the eventual U. S. victoryat uniform 'Is 8541? Also civilian suits are 90c. One day .
Guadalcanal. Thus war begun service too and starch shirts' on hanger (or "25*.
the Seabee "Can Do" traditionof
World War II.
One of the earliest traditions
developed by the Seabees of World
SEABEE TEAM Corpsmen Daniel B. Buckley/ HM1 and Fred War II was an unusually close
T. Nelson/ a village water pump i after comradeship 'with the United al

completion of their normal duties/ with Seabee Team 0396 deployed / States Marine. Although they
in Northeastern, Thailand. fought and built almost everywhere
[in the global conflict, and .
worked with Army troops and BELLAIR
n fleet sailors as'well as Marines,
the Seabees' contribution to.
World War II victorywas the role
they shared with marines In the
bitter Island hopping war In
2nd Lt F. J. Norton Y S the Pacific.

Another of the earliest Seabee HOMES ;,
traditions to emerge during
Lance Corporal Archie L. Phillips and Henry Ellison were awarded World War II was the almost :" .
Good Conduct Medals by Major R. H. Searle last week at legendary ability of a Seabee to .. c
the Marine Barracks.aboard NAS Cecil Field. improvise. Hastily formed and *
5,Phillips and Ellison both joined the Marine Corps iin 1964. Phillips rushed in'to the war,' the early, '
reported aboard, vCedl Field .in November: ;'.1966 while. .:Ellison i construction battalions were 'SOUTH,ON BLANDING1LVD.'\;,::4IN > :\;
came to Cecil in August 1966. nowhere: near as well equipped .. / "
: : '
.. )
Phillips home is in the Fort Worth, Texas. Ellison's home is 'as the present- day battalions. CLAY COUNTY ,
_In__ St.-n Petersburll. ,

At a formation held at the Ma- Buy Frequently, too, supplies of con- I" .. .14EzMzlLm.
rine Barracks last week, Cor- struction materials and spare, .:
pans were Insufficient for the
poral William V. Penny was pro-
hand. None of this how-
Job. at ,
moted to his present rank by
Major R. H. Searle. Bonds ever, deterred the resourceful
Seabees from the
I getting job done.
Penny joined the Marine CorpsIn
May 1964 and has been
stationed at 'NAS Cecil Field ..,'
since of April Jacksonville.1966. He Is a native .]I:. : : :: ;, "

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February 23, 1967
Page 4 '" ,,>_. '.... ..,. JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

,,' ,
: ADJ1 Grimes : NATTC :
The SceneBy
I! Serviceman of The Month Behind I

f ADJI Gerald H. Grimes, was ation. In his desire for perfection -'
I selected as NAS Jacksonville, he conducted a "collective and the U.S. whether or not the patient had
Serviceman of the Month for Jan- balance check", which was not February 18's Inspection noted General Line School Senior, School, cavities, a need for corrective
uary. This nomination is basedon required at this time. The the retirement ceremonies ofNATTC's Marine Corps measures. or a gunl1i ection..
Grimes'consistently high performance inspection revealed that two of Personnel Officer Quantlco.Va.
record and the outstanding the control arms of theASE unit Cdr. Lawrence F. Cooney, Jr. You have benn awarded the 44444444Honorman
manner in which he had been reversed during over- Capt. Thomas B. Ellison read the European-African-Middle East- of the Week from
carries out the responsibilitiesof haul, which would have resultedin following letter of Appreciationto ern Campaign Medal, American Aviation Ordnanceman (A)School
his present assignment. aggravation of the control mal- Cdr. Cooney while transferring Campaign Medal, National Defense was Lcpl. Douglas C. Plyer of
Early in January, Grimes; function, had the pilot attemptedto him to the Retirement List, Medal, Air Medal with 1 Class 649B. Plyer completedthe
knowledge of his aircraft, attention take corrective action. effective Feb. 28,1967: gold star, Navy Citation, Korean 18 week school with a final
to detail and demand* for Capt. Martin J. Stack, CO of 'On the occasion of your retirement Service Medal, and United Nations average of 88.64.
safety resulted In the savjng NAS, presented the "Servicemanof after having completedmore Service Medal. Aviation Electrician's Mate(A)
of an aircraft and possibly ev- the Month Award" to ADJI than 25 years of military You can be justly proud of School's Honorman of the Week
eral lives. An automatic ,Stabilization Grimes on February 1. In addi- service, I wish to extend to having served your country with was' AN Edward J. Gaska of
Equipment Actuatorunit tion, he and his family will receive you my congratulations and sin- faithfulness and honor during Class 636. Gaska completedthe
from a station helicopter a trip to St. Augustine, cere appreciation for the honor- your long and distinguishedcareer. 22 week school with a final
required changing. An over- sponsored by the USO Councilof able and faithful service you have Throughout the years average of 94.90.
hauled unit was installed and inspected St. Augustine, and St. Johns rendered to your country. thef performance has beenin Honor Class from Aviation
by Grimes after install County, the City of St.Augustine. Your active naval service be keeping with the high stand Electrician's Mate (A) School
gan in November, 1942 as a naval ards and traditions of the naval was Class 701. Honor Class
cadet at the Naval Pre-Flight service. On behalf of the officersand from Aviation Ordnanceman (A)
"The Shrimp Boots are Coming"AT of the Naval Air Technical -
School,Chapel Hill.N.r and subsequently men School was Class 648.
Training Center and the 44444444February
you received you com-
LOWER PRICES! Navy Department, I would liketo
mission as Ensign and designation 15th noted two re-
as Naval Avaitor on Aug. 7, express my appreciation for enlistments from the NATTC
FEBRUARY SPECIAL! 11I 1943..' job well done, and wish you con- Personnel Office. Capt. Thomas
You have served tours of sea tinued success in all future en- B. Ellison administered the En-
Fried I SHRIMP t Dinner I and foreign with Patrol Bomber deavors.' listment Oath to' PN3 Mary E.
Squadron One Hundred Three, Upon receiving the letter of Townsend and PN3 Donald J.
ALL YOU CAN EATI Air Transport Squadron TwentyTwoUSSSiboneyCVE112) Appreciation, Cdr. Cooney also O'Connell.
( ), Air- received a flag from the com- ,Present during the ceremonieswere
borne Squadron mand and it's men.
Early Warning
the officers' Division
3438 BLINDING BLVD. ******** petty
:' Fifteen, Tactical Control Squadron Officer Lt.
NEj (jg) K. Conners and
Twelve, and the USS York- The Navy's Preventative Den-
Lt. E. Smith, Wave Represen-
At Cedar River of which coincided
town (CVS-10)) Ypur 'tours tistry Program tative for PN3 Townsend.
shore Included with the National Children's Den-
duty Advanced
PH. 771-5581 Training Command, Jacksonville tal Health Week, February 5-11,
: Fla., Olincotea ue, was' observed here at NATTC's. Two recent arrivals toNAATCare
; OPEN DAILY 11:30 AM Hutchinson, Kan., Office of Naval Dental Clinic. Lt. Robert Potter and Lt.jg( )
TAKE-OUT SERVICE Officer Procurement, Minne- Approximately 175 Navy child- John Morris. .
klyCE$5 apolis, Minn.:; NROTC .Unit, ren between the ages of six and Reporting aboard from the USS
Chapel Hill, N.C.: and your eighteen were given a brief examination Vesuvlous (AE-15)) Is Lt. Potter,
'FRESHWATER CHANNEL CATFISH UNO ROSBPUPPIES$ present assignment at Naval Air and treated with stan- where he served as First.. Lieu-

SHRIMP OYSTERS CHICKEN STEAKS Technical Training Center,Jack- ,nous flourlde. tenant. Lt. Potter will assume
sonville Fla. Each -child received a dental the position of Special. ;:Serr. leas.
CHILDREVS PLATES BA Information Center School, indicating the condition of Lt. (jg) John Morris will be
the child's teeth. The dental assigned as: NATTC's Discipline
examination was given to reveal Officer.

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"COACHING STAFF" A term fondly applied to the analyst// "I'VE' GOT A JOB TO BE DONE"'* AZ1 ]Jim Cayse, VA 44 FIRST THINGS FIRST No matfcr how sophisticated the computer -.. LET'S' GET ORGANIZEDCards BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO'S' GOT '. HANDSOMELY LAUNDERED. .
: programming staff, who effect necessary analytical and programming 3M Analyst, Is shown submitting raw data on manhours, maintenance data must be first convene! Into machine readable media received from key punch are arranged THE BUTTON? Console Operator -
functions for the department's' computer. the IBM System and aircraft status to Gerry Groner, operations super- the EAM cards. Punching car s from source data are ( front to in proper sequence by "Dee" Neglia seems to : with. ny e dry,d MiionUr'.| :
I'"I 360. In {photo above. ( L to r.) Jacky Fernandez and Lyman Ding- visor. rear), card punch operators C .arles Crauswell ]Jo Terry.Nell EAM Operator "Dee" Tracy, be asking as she sets the"Brain"of Service
I man, analysts; Barbara Twiehaus and Clifton Gilbert, programmers -' operators and effect initial com- Evans, Gayle Taylor, and L Lot Cash, using IBM 026 Key Punch using IBM 083 Sorter. the IBM System 360 to execute S 2 Day 0

I ; and Mary Hall, Systems supervisor. MILESTONE puter production'run.AugOct Machines. appropriate program re- ................
January marked an impor- 1966 Run 3M Dally port.NOW
tant accomplishment for the NAS reports in parallel with ]Jax. a method of Identifying costs of tern design; better application of assumed t
a sales position with
All Servicemen WELCOME to the Nov 1966 Assumed maintenance Weapons Systems 2455 Lone Avenue So, 387-4268
,. ire Cecil,Field Data Processing Department. respon- oy maintenance resources; better Culligan Soft Water Service in
Effective with reports sibility for daily reports, begin (ships, aircraft;, missies, etc.) distribution of procurement dol-- ]Jacksonville. In ]July 1966, he
Lutheran Service Center covering December:> operations, monthly reports in parallel with and through appropriate manage- lars: equitable allocations of operating received- a query from the Bureau 1901 Blooding.Blvd. "'; '1.4.. 387-6888

the Department assumed full responsibility Jax.Dec. ment reports, enables operating funds; improved component of Naval Personnel regarding .
: ': t[ [ ( for the generation of 1966 Assumed respon- officials to utilize to the fullest reduced fail- i
ulome Jlway reliability his
K/L from alome ; voluntary return for an additional 1902 Old Rood ,.. ,... .. 356-8815
some twenty 3M monthly reports sibility for manhour portion of extent the manpower, equipment, ure rates; statistical standardsand two years of Naval Ser- Kings 11,10.' ..
tt".1:=::: <<&;:;:;:;:;:;:; 1 19 W. FORSYTH STREET '*; ::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: previously accomplished by NAS monthly reports. and facilities available.The identification ot good or bad vice. He accepted the offer and ." "" i, S
Jacksonville Data Processing Jan 1967 Assumed respon- MDCS is a grassrootsdata (perish the thought) management returned to active duty on Aug. ..1,,: 3635 St. Johns Avenue ,I 388-9074
POOL TABLES Department, sibility for maintenance,aircraft collection system whose input practices. 25, 1966. .
Ping Pong Shuffleboard Other notable milestones in and other special reports., originates with) the men on
T.v. ::: Mon. .thru Thurs. NAS Cecil Field! Data Pro- PROJECTION '67'' the hangar deck and in the supply VADM /I..J. GALATNCOMMENTS / As for the future, who knows? 1023 Kings Street ?
S Radio :: 6:00: P.M. to 11.00. PM. 'U"; organization. Data submit
::: cessing's History: (Dependant Lcdr. Lynch stated that he would
Xtcerd Playtr$ :::, FridayCounselllnt Feb. 1965 Facility first organized NAVAIRSYSCOM of upon ted includes maintenance man- : ON 3M like nothing better than to "go 1600 Hendricks Ave. 359-5519
:;:j3: 6:00: P.M. to 12 Midnight to effect only key punch- requirements approval, mechanization resource -- hours, material used, flight data, : "The Maintenance Data Collection for 30". However, upon completion -
Pastor available when )yew' ::: Saturday. ing/sorting/ requirements of the of Fiscal and other technical configuration for spe- System, the second half of his current hitch, the
want and n..d one 12 Noon 'to 12 Midnight 3M System for submissions business ) cific components,assemblies and of the Standard Navy Maintenanceand needs of the Service shall determine rrs YOUR TURN, MR.KARR .
Recreation ::::3 Sunday May 1966 IBM System 360 The Navy applications.Maintenance and Material systems. The data processing Materials Management System his retention/return/ to Console Operator Sarah
::0 2,00 P.M. to lltOO 1 P.M. MOD 20 received aboard.. facility feeds back required reports and retired status, Currie presents. the finishedreports
Fellowship :4:: : Management ((3M complements supple-
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June-July 1966-Recruit/Train/ broad to local management and, ments the Planned Maintenance to ,
encompasses two areas:
submits data 44 Analysis Officer.
additionally to a
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The Planned Maintenance System System.
\ (PMS), which emphasizes preventive central data bank located at Main- 't \ both you, the operators, and '
; rather than corrective tenance Support Office (MSO), ',"the Nasal\ Material Support Es-
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CRISWELL TIRE COMPANY maintenance, and the Maintenance Mechanlcsburg, Penna. 4"" tablishment with the necessary WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.; 4T.frjTanyNewor :
MSO receives from all
input reporting -
Data Collective System information to achieve our common .
"r l IS HAVING A "HOUSE WARMING"' activities and prepares goal--Improved Fleet Read. : ;
# ( ), actually a Management ; & / .
'" "higher level" reports for Inventory HEW &4.USED FURNITURE APPLIANCES '
:' ,WITH THE HOTTEST DEALS IN I TOWN __________ Control l and Information System.$ Control Points, Fleet mess The; realization of this goal NEW & USED TV SETS .' I i
The prime objective of the 3M
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________ _______ perform any assigned mission.In 3 3M 1 will ultimately provide\ for: "'our joint responsibility. On your ':? : FREIGHT SALVAGE ,#i=Wt'
COMPACTSCADILLACS4PLY addition, the system affords Improved\ overall weapons sys 'part, it Is the submission of accurate @ J EASY CREDIT TERMS fM; '

data; on ours, the ut- Iii'' HRS 9a.m.,7p.m.. Come In & Browse! i I
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{ ; ,I.' ust 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 3883583 MEANSM0; BtC OVERHEAD!
$ J to the former Jane Albert, and USNS..May port.. J Jar Beach. 1127 N. 'third! St.AlA)246-6421( ) You Pay ONLY For Your Car
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Visits FAW-11 I 1 -

Capt. Louis J. Muery
Vice Admiral C T. Booth, USNR was born June 17, 1919,
II, Commander Naval Air Force in Houston Texas. graduated
U. S. Atlantic Fleet, was the from Sam Houston High School
distinguished guest of Commander and from the University of
Fleet Air Wng Eleven Houston where he received a a jr
on February 14. degree in Business Administra- '
Admiral Booth was greeted and r f
escorted* during his visit by 1's tion.Capt.. Muery joined the Navyas .f
.Capt. John H. Burton,Commander a seaman second class in
Fleet Air Wing Eleven. December 1940, became an avi- r
The primary purpose of Ad- ation cadet,and was commissioned -
miral Booth's visit was, to par- an ensign and received his
ticipation in a round: ,'* discussion with the Eaeet Air s Air Station Jacksonville.At .
Wing Eleven Staff and Squadron the end of World War 11,
Commanding Officers. :The discussIon Capt. Muery returned to civilian
touched .on many subjects VAcfm Booth visits VP 45. L R, VAdm Booth, Cdr. Townes life in January 1946 as a commer-
but was orientated towards. (CO, VP 45)), Capt. J. H. Burton (Commander Fleet Air Wing/ cial F1lghtlnstructorandCharter.
retention and InNor-
personnel emDloyments/Throuah-operational Eleven/ Copt. M. J. Stack (CO NAS JAX). folk Pilot, at Va.Glenrock He also Airport maintained a

out the discussion Admiral]l l affiliation with the Navy and became -
Booth interjected his feelingsand a "Weekend Warrior"
--D [EY' displayed his exceptional 1]I serving as Commander Air Group Jr.
Louis J. Muery, ,
; wit and humor. of a group attached to the.Naval Capt.
y Admiral Booth also paid ar Air Reserve Training Unit, NAS USNR Chief of Naval Air
Informal visit to each FAW 11Squadron. Norfolk. Va. Reserve Training.
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE in March 1963 Capt.Muerywas Naval Air Systems Command.In .
assigned to BUWEPS in Washington September 1966, he began
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771.3385 r ./ n D.C., as Special Assistantfor his third tour at Glenview when
Naval Reserve to the Assistant he became Deputy Chief of Naval
Chief of the Bureau in.the Air Reserve Training';and onJ an.
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. C!: quanMIXED field support group. In 1966, he 18,1967, after the death of RAdm.
was transferred with the rest Richard L. Fowler assumed
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Movies .: :: Club SchedulesNASJAX

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MOVIES will be shown regularly hKAd -
at the NAS Jax Theatreat BLUEJACKETS INN-- The RED COATS are coming and you can .
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru catch them tonight. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will be
Saturday. There will also be a the main attraction on Friday. Saturday THE RAVENS play under
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday, the lights from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. THE STRANGERS take over for
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- ,the remainder Of the evening. ,Sunday THE RAVENS and the MARK Ads should be nailed to (the Holt Publishing Company,
pital Theatre will have one weekly CASTLE BAND will swing from 7:30 p.m. till 11:45 p.m. Monday 1950Bldndlng BU'd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field marks a big night, as the fabulous SUNSPOTS, who made a smash. not later than Tuesday for publication. the 'following Thurs
will have two shows during the hit in Las Vegas return to entertain the swinging set from 9 p.m. day. Adi arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- till 11:30 p.m. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will be where the following week unless the publisher instructed other
inees will be shown on week- action is on Tuesday.CPO wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received WITH the for the ad,
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. CLUB-- Get your hot, spicy pizzas tonight for the small

THURSDAY, February 23 fee of $.75. Friday, dance to the music of MARK CASTLE from DO NOT SEND CASH

NAS:"WUd Western", with 9 9 p.m.p.m. to to 1 1 a.m.a.m. Sunday Saturday, FRANK, dine and BINDER'S dance with COMBO PHIL will CAY enter-from RATE: Minimum charg. ((3 lines). . . . .J2.00

James Philbrook and Nancy tain from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. Per additional; lin. ((4 words per line, ) . .0.50

Kovak. ((78 Min.) .
HOSPITAL: 'MOTHRA', Sci- "0" CLUB -- Attend the Dental Officer's Dinner Party with -- I,
ence Fiction. ((108 Min.) dinner and dancing to music provided by the MOONLIGHTERSfrom FOR RENT OR FOR SALE RENT 01* SELL LARGE 3BR,
C. FIELD: 'BLUES FOR 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, music for'dancing from 8:30 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn- .
LOVERS', with Ray Charles and 12:30 a.m. will be provided by JOHNNY JELINEK. FHA rejects. $50 & $100 down. er 'lot, fenced yard, like new- ,,
Mary Peach. ((88 Min.) Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret., DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771 '"
FRIDAY February 24 ACEY DUCEY CLUB -- Saturday, dance to the music provided .264-2411. Orange Park Realty. 0374 or 771 7874. ,"I",.
by MARK CASTLE from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Sunday, MARCH "
NAS:' 'TEXAS ACROSS THE WILSON will be featured for your dancing pleasure. BINGO is '64 HONDA "50" CUB FOR CUSTOM BUILT 3 BR, 2B, LG. '#
RIVER', with Dean Martin and also on the agenda for the eveing, at 7:30 p.m. For those of you SALE Perfect cond., Only 3600 Home, 5 1/4 GI Loan must
Rosemary Forsyth. ((108 Min.) who find that luck Is not with you, try a repeat performance miles Used very little Ph 'Qualify, small down payment., p.
HOSPITAL: 'WILD WEST on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, THE DALE MCBRIDE SHOW, 771 0153. POODLE extra small male;AKC- -!.
ERN', with James Philbrook aril a dancing, singing, comedy group that made it big in Las Vegas, $100. 771 7856, .
Nancy Kovak. ((78 Min.) will appear. HELP WANTED MANAGER
C. FIELD: 'MOTHRA',Science NAS CECIL FIELD & Asst.Mgr., New Mary's Dairies ZIGZAG FOR $30 't
Fiction. ((108 Min.) CPO CLUB Friday the specials will be Lobster for $2.35 Drive Thru ConveniencesStore SEWING MACHINE Original
and a 16 oz Porter House Steak for $2.20. The Band Friday will Arlington area. Good Guarantee Makes buttonholes, L
SATURDAY, February 25 be BUD CLARK. Saturday Specials will be Lobster for $2.35 and Salary. Call Mr. Newsom for sews on buttons, decorative de- ,.,I'.
NAS: 'THE PROFESSIONALS', a 10 oz New York Steak for $1.90. The Band will be FRANK appt. 355 2014. signs, monograms, etc. Just payoff
with Burt Lancaster and Lee BINDER. Sundays' specials will be a 16 oz T Bone Steak for balance $30 on easy terms.
Marvin. ((125 Min.) $1.85 and a child s Chicken Plate for$.50. Wednesday is Game Night Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
HOSPITAL: 'TEXAS.ACROSSTHE starting at 7:45 p.m. i ', REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -' deliver, No obligation.A .
RIVER', with Dean Martin EM CLUB -- Thursday is GAME NIGHTbeginning at 7:45p.m. ADVICE. 7 1 days a -1 SEWING MACHINE CO. !"
and Rosemary Forsyth.((108 Min.) After the games the STRANGERS will entertain. Friday the J. A. week. Homes for sale,$100 Dwn., .
C. FIELD: 'WILD WESTERN', MONTGOMERY BAND will be featured. Sunday PHIL Cay and Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. FURNITURE FOR SALE ,
with James Philbrook and Nancy the CHANTELS with "GO GO" GIRLS Monday there will be a HomeSite Lots, Acreage, Invest 1 Bed Room Suite, 1 Living j
Kovak. ((78 Min.) HAPPY HOUR from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday the HOLIDAYS will ments. WALTER T, BOWEN, Chair, 1 Single Bed 387 -.
SUNDAY, February 26 be the 'featured- Band. Wednesday MEL GADEN will be entertain- Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- 2034.
ing. 1376.
HOSPITAL: 'THE PROFES- We Finance,Everyone!
SIONALS', with Burt Lancaster CPO UNIFORMS. & TOP COAT Over 300 ? :'

C. FIELD: 'TEXAS ACROSS THE ,1)4 [. faryMJS, _. {-,)11} t[ w ALe.i ? SL1 6/ 38 reg., Good Condition, 771- Fully 'automatic" ,semi ,automatics <
RIVER', with Dean Martin and 4369. all make button holes.
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MONDAY, February 27 "MEMORABLEN.Y.! 63 VINDALE MOBILE HOMER blind hem, overcasts, monograms ,
-. .d ; 4 _" t. ( 'A' FOR SAUL .__ ,? fancy designs( ((1)),, 1n-$a
C. FIELD: "THE PROFES- prutntt "VISUALLY MAGNIFICENT!'" 57' x,10' with expandable living ger"600 E Touchew '...$82 ,
SIONALS", with Burt Lancasterand :J, "' -Newsweek room, 3 BR, Front Kit., Excel. ((1)) 1966 Singer Zfg Zag, $:)6'||'
Lee Marvin. ((125 Min.) MoN_ 201IIIIWTURY ptxnts cond, Refinance Now Ph 771- ((1)) 1967 Singer Zig '- Zag, $66;J
8195 ((1)) Singer fully auto. $58.; ((1))
BOAT FOR SALE Singer Zig Zag like new, .
Go nU u 16' Carter Craft windshield, $46; Several straight stitch

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L .< Varsity Softball cil Field personnel ( stationVarsity Full Slate Of Volleyball.: Hornets Set New

Softball practice and fleet) interested in try-
will be held at "B" Circle ing out for this year's "Raid- Tournaments Set For CFNow Scoring RecordAttack
North at 5 p.m. beginning ers" are asked to attend
Feb. 27th. NAS Ce- practice.ROOSiVELTMALL I Squadron 44 "Hornets"
Monday three the
host all tournaments;
that the 6ND Basketball broke the NAS Cecil Field Intramural -
Tourney is in the record books All Navy for the first time. Basketball record Mon-
things have returned to nor- Prior to the Navy tournaments, poundingOpera
t McGriff, with the able assis- day night by
mal everyday operations at the tions 127 30. The Hornets
NAS Cecil Field tance of Tom McGuckin VB coach
gym held the previous records of
.t TomProud Pappa) McGriff will get a warmup, by arranging 114 points scored in a single
athletic director, has started for the Region Six'Volleyball
the ball rolling again for another Tournament that will be held hereon game.
tournament date. The ball is March 25. The Region Six Normally the play
J L CARWASH volleyball and it will bounce sev- area includes Florida, Georgia, the second half of the game this
eral times from April through North and South Carolina. and using a full court press,
_ 21. The 6ND Tourney will be military bases in theAzores, time, they put their extremely
OPEN MONDAY THIjy SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM held April 3 7; the South Puerto Rico, Canal Zone, Cuba, effective full court press to work
and Bermuda. The Cecil Field right from the start leaving Operation -
Atlantic Regionals, April 10-
Nt 14{ and the All NavyTourney, "Raiders" won this title last year in their wake.
FREE CAR WASH April '17 21. Cecil Field will and will' be defending their the The Hornets first quarter were ended already and 26
WITH 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL VA-44 Takes Three Dick Gardner returned this points ahead leading 32-6.
PRODUCTS; 'CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED week from a cruise and will help By half time the Hornets lead

--j I SPRAWAX. .NOW ONLY 50$ IN IM Basketball Play the year team Dick was considerably., selected to Last the 60 Scoring- 10. 33 points in the third

All-StarDistrictRegional, All quarter the Hornets were fired
Winning all of their and the ball, how- ..
gamesin controlling
up -
and Inter
Located In Roosevelt Mall/ Shopping CenterTHERE Navy service teams.
n. the first half of the Intramural He was also selcted as RegionSix ever,Operations managed to sink
Basketball at NAS candidate for the USA team 11 points. The fourth quarter
Cecil Field the VA -, 44 "Hor- that competed In the World Cham- looked wornewhat the same as
nets"have only gone down to pionships, in Czechoslovakia, but 'the Hornets once again built up
defeat once in the second half was .-unable}; to attend. Other an unsurpassible; lead and won'
and this wasfromtheir cousins, 127 30.
coach McGuckin's
? spots
{: IS A the VA 44 "Stingers" lineup will be Molino and Nardell. The Hornets' Bob Baxter led
In Monday nights action the the scoring by sinking' 40
These' two volleyball veterans
: ? PICN'SAVEI- Hornets played the Blackbirdsof were with the team last year, points. ,
fi VA 45. Leading throughout -
but left on a cruise just before
the game the Hornets built the 6ND tourney. At present Marines Win
up a larger lead in the second
Ben Hall a all around
N'SAVE half when they went toto a full players for the "Raiders" is Over VA-IS
court press. The Hornets won the list but
on injured hopesto
88.42.Tuesday .
DRUGS STORE the contest get back into action before The Marine Barracks Basket
night it was much of
April. ball team remained undefeated in
the same type of playas the Hornets On Saturday, Feb. 25, the the second half of Intramural
,, The Hornets thumped Milpers once again -used "Raiders". will play in the Sev- play by' dumping VA, '- 15 last
enth St. Petersburg Invitational week 76 -' 66. Floard Catlett
the full in the
second half.Wednesday. press a tourney that they won last year. and "Zip" Morris lead the
According to McGuckin,the team Marines with 24 poins each.In .
the Hornets
saw is,ready, and want re"engeforthe another game played last
taking on the Clansmen of VA- '
defeat they suffered earlier this .
week Pulbic Works fell as the
46. The Hornets went into the
year a't' the hands of St. Pete. Marines. clobbered them 108-
second half the full '
using court-
This was in their own backyard 36. Catlett the
LUNCHEON SPECIALS With the 'the again led scoring -
press. press being
during the second Annual Cecil with 30'points followed
important factor in the ,
: I. game Field, Invitational.., by Sandy. Murray ,with 24.
J I :the Hornets' won the ,'squeeker. (" y' i/ J1 N .. t
72.67 : t,' } : .
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i Rainy Military Weather Golf TourneyAbe Limits (APNB .Feature" ) 1 J Wloo Wm J@ ID@ IIDI

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Fennell of VAP 62 won Clark Bill Anreu and Noel Bel- 1. Which major league stad
the rain abbreviated NASJack- cher. Clark proceeded to win ium has the largest crowd cap-
sonville Military Golf Championship the sudden death playoff on the acity? MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
this past weekend witha first hole. Andreu notched second 2. The "Iron Horse" holds
round of 75, one stroke bet- place with a birdie two on the New York Yankee record AH Ranks AH AgesLOW
ter than second place finisher the third hole, enabling him to for playing the most games, Who
Mike Gregory, ( Armed Forces outlast Belcher was he and how many games RATES .- .
Induction Center). Results of the other flights did he play for them during his
Although play was rained out were as follows: SecondFlight, career? EASY
Saturday, 18 holes were played Bill Harkins,(NA TTC),Boo Newton 3. What is the longest game,
Sunday. It took a playoff, sud- (CCMFAIRTAX), and J. ( number of innings), in major
den-death style, to select Dietz '(Hosp.). Third Flight,Joe league history?
the third place finisher.Walt czewski, ( Hosp.) on merit of and Dave Loy, (VP 45)) Fburth win racing's Triple Crown?
his win here copped third;Jim Flight, John Raiford, (Hosp.), McDOUGALL'S
Kinder, (Disp.), finished fourth. T. Hines, (VA 176)), and Bill ANSWERS
The first flight wound up in Zeliff, (Fit. Wea. Fac.j): Fifth 8t6t
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I j 4 Whistling In The Rigging CedarHillsat

By Lt. P. E. Ulbodeau .

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: The Sailing Instructions currently being given at the NJSC has proven to be a popular way to pro-
\ fitably spend a couple of hours each,Saturday afternoon. Twenty student sailors have turned out fort
: the first two lessons and by the time this is printed, will be getting ready to take their fourth and final
lesson. This is'their. bigSjay, as they will have an opportunity to put their skills to the test, taking
; their first solo sail and by passing the written.and:! practical examinations required by the NJSC. These
I' /r. people will then be eligible to join the -NJSC and take pan in its competitive and recreational sailing -
.. program ,How about,, you? What are you waiting for? Sailing leSsons each Saturday, 2 p.m.
( attthe Navy Jacksonville Sailing, Club, no charge, lots of fun . .

t Need Repair Materials/ / ? those of you who ire not famil- race will be September 12, WILSON
iar with it, is the International when the Australian's "Dame
,.; Skippers who have need> for
; purchased material for'the repair governing body that provides Patty" ( If she can keep & BLAN DING
l' of their boats will find a guidance for all racing includingthe her mast In one piece) will meet
"Pans Request Board! the Olympic racing. Olympic the American boat, determinedat
clubhouse. Please flU.dn your classes currently are: One man the trials. BHOHrSF 11341orSPl6601

name, -part needed .,(('complete centerboard, Finn Two man 'St. John's River, Race
description) ,and boat ,number. centerboard, Flying Dutchman -
The First Lt. will see'that these Two man keel, Star Three Now is the time to begin
pans are ordered on a weekly man keel Dragon. Under con- planning for the MUG RACE.
basis. sideration at present Is. a sixth This annual event will be com 66 CAPRICE WAGON AUTO/TRANS. $3095
o-- 0 A new membership appli class, similar to those cruising ing up either the first or sec- :V/8, Power' steering/ Power brakes, R & H,
,: ... cationinformation card is inef- boats raced in the British ond Saturday In June. The Fact. Air Can d./ Lemon Woo feet. All hands:! are requested One Ton Cup, under the Royal Mug Race is the .longest river grain trim, Blk Vinal/ Interior, W/S/W.
t" to fill out both sides and put the Ocean Racing Club rules, The race In the country, starting at
{ forms under the RORC Rules are accepted Palatka with 4O miles of sail- '
wide ,
, world I except In the ing to its conclusion at the
This card is -
trum. more comprehensive
than the old one, so US"where the CCA reigns), and Rudder Club In Orange Park.. Auto/trans., 396, V/8, Power steering, ,
that we may have all the nec- would be' the most logical to Last year's Winner, a Shark brakes, Elect seats & windows/ R & H, Fact '
essary information about the Catamaran, made It In just ary Air/ Strato'Seats, Many extras, Still In N. C.
It various members.. While fillingout use.The America's Cup Races are over four hours and:! that's trav- Wor .
the card, take time to check coming up this year at Newport eling! The rules for the race
,the Master Roster posted on R. L Preliminary Trials are simple, anything goes, 65 VALIAN7"4lJil. SEDAN. . . .$1495
s the Bulletin Board to ensure will be May 5 10, Observa- a.s long as you: don't use an Auto/trans., V 18-4 her steering R & H, Air
that everything on it is cor- tion Trials June 6-19, Final engine. Can d., Solid Whhe.M/ %,
: Trials August 15 and the first
rect.At the entrance of the 66 VOLKSWAGEN 4 SPEED TRANS. .$1395
i clubhouse there now' exists a Heater, Solid Blue.
new board. Called the "Scuttlebut" -
r this board is for club mem- Would You Believe. IMPALA/ SPORT COUPE . .$1295
tt t bers' use to pass info to other Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid.
tt members and for info concerning: White, Red Interior.
for the best deal in auto scooter
., club functions. Please do not 63 BUICK WILDCAT SPORT COUPE. $1195

t It this.use the Check out Board for or home (mobile, too) insurance! Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid
White Vinal W/S/W.
Beige, Top,
I' Boards Serves A Purpose in town, call or drop by

I Speaking of the Check Out
Board, all hands are reminded .INSURANCEAGENCY 14edetJIU
that they are to use this to logIi
i in :and out from a sail. In addition -
Ii( if using a Rebel, entrymustbe NORMANDY BLVD iQtwo tc WcmM 3H9 /
j fo the J { be checking the above items and:!

repeated failure to comply is IMPALA 4DR 'SEDAN. . . $1895

leges.a good The way above to items loose are privi pan t'izMJ Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid

of a campaign for getting things White, Blue Interior, W/S/W.

t organized at the ClubThi?even TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM 66 CHEVY II NOVA 4DR: . . .$1995
: tually will lead to a better club Auto/trans. V/8 Fact. Air Cond. Solid White
for us all, so please help out by PREMIUM BEER-CIiOICE CUT Blue Interior. -'

\ : Now for some news of what's 4 65.IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$2095
\ going on in the world of sailboat Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, Solid White,

I racing. "PIZZA... Red Interior, W/S/W, Cleanest one In town.
Snipe Misses/ Olympic

': At a recent meeting of the our specialty" 65 CHEVROLET 4DR. 'SEDAN. .0. .57695
\ International Yacht Racing Union In the Heart of Cedar Hills Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid /
I in London, the following items Color, W/S/W.

I were discussed: Inclusion.of the FRANK DERICKSON 64 MALIBU 4DR. . . . ..5J395
\ Snipe as an Olympic Class,vetoed Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, Solid
because the Snipe is a Class B 3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 White, Light Blue Interior, All original.
boat ( measurements are not
:. definitive/strict enough) and a 62 CHEVROLET 4DR'SEDAN.$795
f two man centerboard boat already Auto/trans., V/8, R & H, 'Solid White, Blue
t\ exists: Replacement the Interior.

Flying Dutchman and Dragon Ciiht GIST THAT 62 IMPALA.4DR 'SEDAN . . J995
,: ( both too expensive),', no action -
;: trials still in progress, Auto/trans., 'V/8, Power steering, Power brak-
t Replacement of the Finn; fur- BIGOK 8., Factory air, R ,& H, Ivory over green, W/S/-
ther study needed. Thel Ufor EXAMPLES OF LOANS .Yf..
... 63 VALIANT/ 2DR. SEDAN. . . .$795
1thir- o.t $412 $ Auto/trans., 6 cyl./ Heater, Solid white, Blue
; Interior.
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.. IIIod. tim 'w ,64. FAIRLANE WAGON. . . .57795
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'far olMr' p.rl", ore COMparobl. ..
t WHOLESALE (tla..11' ...J.At. .. r l..f;W Interior, W/S/W.


I Beneficial Auto/trans., V/8, Power steering, R & H, 'Solid !
o- OPZN Tourq., W/S/W, Still in Warranty.
How big Is that Big get at Beneficial Plenty big! Big as that-
EVERY warm welcome that greets you when you come in. Big as all the 6r CHEVROLET 4DR SEDAN.$795
0AV all the the cash will do for -like
things you
cash you get. Big as
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SUftOAYT7L .big! Right Call up or come !In. O.K.? And get that Big O.K.I W/S/W, All original.
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