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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 2, 1967


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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rf5 VIP's Visit NAS JAXNAS i

is playing host to a number of dignitaries who are touring and inspecting the facilities
located at the air station. During the past few weeks the air station has undergone numerous inspection J
as pan of the annual COMNAVAIRLANT Inspection. As part of this activity, RAdm R. F. DuBoIs
has made a tour of the base as well as inspecting many of the facilities located throughout. The
visiting VIP itinerary will also include the Honorable C. F. Baird, Assistang Secretary of the Navy
and Marine General K. B..McCutcheon, Deputy Chief of Staff.

1t/p 1 1r Honorable C. F. Baird Washington Jr., the 0 & R Officer RAdm. R. F. DuBois
and taken on a tour of
Both Naval Air Station Jack- its facilities. Both Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
sonville and Naval Station,May- He went by helicopter to Naval and;! Naval Station, I
port were visited today by As- Station Mayport, at 1:30 p.m. Mayport were visited by RAdmR.
sistant Secretary of the Navy for: a briefing by Captain JamesS. F. DuBois, USN, Deputy ,
(Financial Management) C. F. Swope, the Naval Station Com- Naval Inspector General on February t'
Baird. mander, and Captain J. D.Small, 27 and 28. RAdm DuBois's
Secretary Baird arrived at Captain Small, who heads the visit signifies the last phase of
OPERATION/ ''BOOTSTRAP IS IN FULL 'SWING./ VW 4 Work Imeson Airport '( on NAL Flight Navy's local office of Super- the recent COMNAVAIRLANT
Center 140 has this mobile unit which was recently'constructe 47, at 9:26 a.m.) this morning visor of Shipbuilding, Conver- Inspection at NAS JAX., I
ed in hangar' 123 as a part of the Navy's Bootstrap Program.- for the one day visit. He was sion and Repair briefed the RAdm DuBois arrived in
: The project was initiated to 'make the most of available man. met by Captain R. L. Watson, secretary on the "Shipyard to Jacksonville on Sunday, February "
power and materials. ADR2 J. F. Chavez checks master work NAS Supply Officer, and L'iet-: Ship" phase of his office's area 26 at Imeson Airport.. On
Commander G. H. of COMFAIR-
tenant Youngof responsibility.At Monday he visited
order with ADS J. D. and
log ADRC G. L. Weeks. See
Hornsby ( the Navy Finance Office, and;! 3 p.m., he returned to JAX then departed via NASJAX .
Page 8 for story and photos.) escorted to NAS Jacksonville.The NAS, Jacksonville, for a briefing helicopter to visit HAS May- ...
by its commanding of fleer,Captain port. While at Mayport RAdm. ,
secretary inspected mili- M. J. Stack and CommanderR. toured FLETRACEN.On .
tary personnel of the Finance E. Edwards NAS Air Operations TuesdayRAdm visited NAS
: New Pay Record Problems Office on arrival at NAS then Officer. Commander Edwards JAX. He attended a command
". was briefed on the activities discussed search and rescue presentation and an informal l
served and the major services operatios. briefing at the office of Captain -
Trouble NFO Seek Help that are provided by the NFO. Secretary Baird will remain Martin J. ,Stack CO of NAS
After lunch Secretary Baird NAS, Jacksonville overnight JAX. While at the briefing ,
visited the Overhaul and Repair departing for Washington, D. C., RAdm DuBois received In -
The following information is the amount of an allotment, or Department was briefed on its on Friday monring, March 3 (on
being presented due to the when you stop allotment., operations by Captain Thomas EAL Flight 670 at 8 a.m.) (Continued On Page 2))
number of problems that have
records of
arisen concerning

.I' military address A request for allotment to have the changed mailing Sea Bees: 25 Years Of "Can Do" .

must reach the Navy Finance
Twenty. Five years of "Can Do" service national security in and war,will be observed
The ,Navy Finance Office con- Center by .tt eJ Sth of the month; peace
stkhtly r Ce kfeiinquirie'sf1frbmdependents : ; or ''the check for that' month,will' throughout 1967 as grateful, Americans'pay special" tribute to Construction? Battalions! 'Of the Unied .
r\Y .States Navy";_ ir.** '- / -', r
t of military personnel to"the""old' addres's/- .
:" ;'; go :TheSeabees' 25tttbirtidaytakesonaddedslgnificahee( ( with the joint celebration this of tha'1OOthanniversary ,
: X ." concerning 'the pay of member. pendents ate urged to leave a year
} The Finance Office gives Informatloh forwarding address with the of the Navy's Civil Engineer Corps, whose .officers command the Seabees, and the 125th :'*
anniversary of the Naval Faciliies Engineering Command ( formerly the Bureau of Yards and Docks
,. ,relative to a member's pay Post Master so that they will .),
to authorized personnel only. A receive their checks while the the Navy's construction agent 'lito
dependent is not listed as an "Change of Address" is being The Command, the Civil Engineer Corps and the. Seabees form a team that gives the Navy a
"authorized" person IntheNav- processed by the Finance Center. construction capability a military readiness to build anything the Fleet Needs whenever and
it is needed.
Compt Manual. Finance Office Change of Address cards are
personnel are aware that there available at the Post Office and The Command's, mission is "
are instances' when a member in the Navy Finance Office; how- to support Naval Operating
tells his wife to call the office ever, a post card from the dependent Forces by providing and.maintaining 4
and ask a question because he will Is sufficient. Any request the facilities that com- f tf
r be flying, etc, and will not be for any Change Address prise the Naval Shore Establishment. :
-: near a phone.. It is not possible, MUST include service member'sname In doing this, the Command I
i,. however, to screen these calls and service number, and is responsible for the judicious .i.ids f'
." from the calls which maybe made dependent's name and address. expenditure of more than $L1 ,
for reasons not beneficial to the billion a year, budgeted almost .
payee. Therefore, each member equally between military construction -
should inquire about his pay and operations main- )
either through his Personnel Office ( Forms) tenance.
J 'or directly from the Navy Many request are receivedfor From con- t
Finance Office. verification or reissue of struction of new facilities
. In an effort to give better ser- W 2s from dependents and:! through operations and maintenance + 1 w a
I : .' vicerfependentsof personnel who parents of service members to disposal of excess-. facilities l- :\
are on foreign. duty aboard ship Inform the person who is preparing and real estate, the Com-
may call this office for help in your tax return for you mand has "cradletothegrave
obtaining their allotment checks. that the W 2 can only be obtained responsibility for the $20 billion 6
This courtesy is extended to from the Finance or Disbursing Shore Establishment. t f
dependents of members in ALL Officer who maintainedyour The Civil Engineer Corps Is '.'. M 'M+ fk
branches of the military service. pay record on December composed of Naval officers with
We receive many calls from 21, 1966. If the tax statementis engineering education and experience ,
"wives" who":artf not sure for a discharged or retired ,in addition to their military

,;. : hoWtmuch their-.allotment check service man, the W2 shouldbe training. They pro vide man- SKILL AND KNOW HOW enable the ,SeaBees to build anything, ( .
should be, do not know their requested from the activity agement control to both the En- anywhere, at any time under any conditions. The difficult lobs (
\ hnt$band's service number and' do which made the "Final" pay- gineering Command and the Sea- immediately/ ; the impossible takes a little longer.
: notttHe( activity, to which their ment. bees, inddential to the construction -
husband has been recently trans- Letters requesting reissueor and maintenance of theNavy's nautics and Space Administration asked for plans for a drydock. fl
ferred.To verification of a withholding shore facilities around and the State Department. The year 1867, however Is
help this office help statement should indicate the the world. considered the beginning of the ..
t your dependents, give your dependents activity to which the memberwas CEC officers are assigned to Although the CEC has been In CEC because thr Act,of March (
: complete Information assigned for duty on the key positions at Washington existence for one century, civil 2, 1867 provided that civil en- .. 14
;.. prior to transfer. In addition, date of separation or on Dec- headquarters and;! in the Com- engineers have served.the Navy gineers be, commissioned by the l J.
f notify your wife when you change ember 31. 1966. mand's field activities throughout for 165 years, since 1802'when President by and with the'con- t
the world.A President Thomas Jefferson sent of the Senate. t tI

I' Killer Pilot Earns Silver Star typical career pattern fora ,
Mig CEC officer would Include dutyas t
a Resident Officer in Charge

,.:.. Lt. (jg) Tom Patton of Attack of four propeller driver A -I's of Construction, a Public Works I .
Officer Sea- NATTC BEHIND THE SCENE .......... PAGE 4 ,'
Squadron One Seven Six received that was attacked by four MIG'swhile assignment to a
the nation's. third highest award on a rescue mission deepin ,bee unit and staff positions in
for combat valor In ceremonies, enemy territory in October: the Command and Its. field div- CIVIL SERVICE t{EWS......,....;:,..... PACES !s I

on February 28, held as part of 1966. isions.
the Squadron's annual ADMAT Other awards made to per- Still others are assigned to NARTU NEWS VIEWS................. PAGE 8 f '
Inspection. sonnel of VA 176 Included nine give professional civil engineering t*

.' ;.(. c RAdm. Caldwell, COMFAIR- Navy Commendation Medals 38 advice and staff assistance ENTERTAINMENT...............,...... PAGE 9 t./"
Air Medals and;! one Secretaryof to other Navy and;! ,
JAX, made the pesentation to the Commendation defense activities and
Patton who was cited for: shooting for Achievement Navy all earned dur- defense agencies. For example to non-, CECIL SPORTS.......................PAGE 10 ;

down an enemy MIG Jet fighter ing the Squadron's Vietnam CEC officers have been assigned -
t- over North Vietnam. Lt. (jg) cruise aboard the U. S. S. In'trepid' to assist the Atomic EnergyheNationalAero JAX SPORTS........................ PAGE lid 12'I.
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21OT21H; Afi to JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 2, !1961

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I NEWS IN BRIEF II ,. Raising Dust ..:,':" '... ".

i BY ED SOWA .' ,;
Public Works Acclaims Two Workers St. Edward's Chapel 'Chariot sot on the spoke of the 4./' .:*
wheel and said: "What a '.
During a recent ceremony Capt. J.A. Hiegel presented employee great dust I've raised." -, '.
Floyd W. Linder and Frank L. Ulmer certificates attesting satIs- The above anecdote: hardly needs clarification for anyone cap,
factory completion of a course of training for Pest Control Super- SUNDAY MASS0900&1100 see that the fly is takfng undue credit for something that has been'
visor. The examinations given. at the conclusion of the trailing DAILY MASS------- 1145 done by something else. There is a moral to be drawn from this
included approved safety recommendations for application of toxic SATURDAY MASS -1045 situation. How many of us do take credit for the things done by

ectlcides, rodenticides, herbicides and fungicides. In forwardingthe ConfessionsSaturday, others? In the service, it is very easy to fall Into this pitfall
certificates the Commanding Office Southeast Division Naval 1700 1730 & 19001930U.S of u the :
Very often we find ourselves as a part a unit. : part(
Facilities Engineering Command advised that Mr. Linder and Mr. cular unit receives acclaim so also do all the individual membersof
timer have not only successfully completed the examination but the unit receive acclaim. The question is however do we'merit
were an asset to the conferences by their individual contributions Naval Hospital the praise bestowed upon, us? : "
during the conference sessions. How active a part do we play In determining the success and
accomplishment our units? Do we sit back.and let others do
SUNDAY MASS - 0800 the work? As with the chariot wheel upon which the fly is sitting,.;-
FIRST FRIDAY MASS 1205 it Is only as strong as are Its spokes. So also with any other em&jC*.

or, unit; it is only as strong as its members.. If one: member;::
DIVINE SERVICES weakens, so also the entire structure weakens *t-t*
PROTESTANTAll The above theory however does have a certain amount. of rocfrn> '
Saints Chapel for criticism. Very often we may find ourselvesgour: utmost '
for the success of our particular unit yet receiving little or no ,
SUNDAY'S recognition. Thus we may feel that there is,no reason for' trying.,
0800 - -Holy Communion There i is however, a saving grace in this particular situation,
0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship "To thine own self be true." If we receive personal satisfactionfor
a job well done, this should be ample reward for the fruitsof
SUNDAY SCHOOL our labor. '.
0930 - Chapel Annex Yet every man does need a certain amount of praise to maintain
Building 722 pride in himself. Thus, there seems to be a paradox as to how:
one may receive recognition if one Is lost In an abyss of the masses.
WEDNESDAY'S The answer is quite simple. One must raise a little dust and gain
FLOYD W. UNDER, CAPTAIN J., A., HIEGEL, FRANK L. 1900 -- -O1oir Rehearsal attention to the job that one is doing. How is one to do this? Very
ULMER. THURSDAY simply by doing one's job better than just average. Try to do an
outstanding job one which must draw attention. Prove yourselfa
2000 Christian Science Service
CF To Present St Pat's DanceThe worthy member of the team. Don't be a parasite, but be dynamic.The '.
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month raise is sure to come.
Cecil Field Teen Club will :sponsor a St. Patrick's Day Danceon ,0930 Chapel Women's Guilo .
March 17, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The dance will be held at ,the (Small Chapel)
NAS Cecil Field Chapel Social Hall. There will be free refresh- VIP's At. HAS JAX .
ments and music will be provided by the Summer Sons. Admissionfor U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
the affair will be fifty cents. Sunday's - 100C (Continued from Page 1 1)) phl5. Tenn., along with Colonel
formation from the Comptrollerand R. F. Steinkraus,Lieutenant Colonel '

Red Cross Volunteers SoughtVolunteers CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT the Data: Processing Officer R. M. Frazer and. Captain'
concerning the operation anddutIes M. G. Dickerson.
of the two departments. General McCutcheon and his
are being sought for the Red Cross Hospital Volun- Today- Following the briefing, RAdm party will arrive at 11:45 a.m..
teer Corp (formerly known as the "Grey Ladies".) Interviewsfor Choir Practice at 7 p. m. DuBois was given a tour of the and will be met by Captain T.
this program will be held on March 3 and 6 from 9 a.m. to Sunday- facilities of NAS JAX. Conclud- B. Ellison, NATTC Commanding -
noon at the Red Cross Naval Hospital, NASJAX Classes for this Sunday School at 9:30: p. m. ing his tour, he departed Jacksonville Officer, and Lieutenant
program will be given on March 13, 14, and 15 at the Gator Den Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. via NAL Flight 296 Colonel John W. Sullivan MAD
from 9 a.m. to noon. These classes will explain the duties and the Communion First Sundayof for Charleston. Commander. The group will go
services that: the volunteers will provide.Chaplains the month. directly to the,enlisted (per

Marine GeneralK. sonnel's MeSS Hall 3 for lunch

CATHOLICDaily and a tour of its facilities. .'
Message B. McCutcheonBoth After lunch the general will

11:20 a. m. Mass the Naval Air Technical be given a combined command
Sunday- Training Center and the Marine briefing by Captain Ellison and:!
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- Aviation Detachmnt here will Colonel Sullivan and taken on an
ONE LIFEHERE fessions heard before each Mass. undergo a brief informalworking 'ln pecton tour of NATTC

inspection on March 9 by training facilities.As .
Marine Major General K. B.McCutdieo director of Marine Aviation,
IS A YOUNG MAN born in an obscure village the childof Deputy Chief of Staff General McCutcheon will review
a peasant woman. He worked In a carpenter shop in another (Air) from Headquarters Mar- the training and support given
village until He was thirty, and then for three years worked as Traffic ines Corp, Washington, D. C. Marine students attending the
i an itinerant preacher. He never wrote a book. He never held an Accompanying the General aviation electronics and ordn- ,
office. He never owned a home. He never had a family. He never will be Colonel Robert W. Ker- ance schools at NATTC,. .
went to college. He never put His foot Inside a big city. He never ViolationsThe sey, the Marine Corps Liaison After his tour, General .
traveled two hundred miles away from the place He was born. Officer with Chief of Naval Air McCutcheon Is scheduled to
He never did one of the things that usually accompany: greatness. Technical Training, NAS Mem- depart for Washington, D.C.WHAT .
He had no credentials for Himself but the truth that lie taught following a report
meter vehicle accidents and traf-
and His miraculous deeds.
While He was still a young man, the tIde.of public opinion turned fic'violations for the period Feb. {!
against Him. HIS friends ran away and He was turned over to His 21.- 27. 1967.
enemies lie went through the mockery of a trial. He was nailedto Number of Accidents !'Ii
& cross between two thieves. While He was dying:His exect- This Week --------4 \
tioners gambled for the only piece of property that He had on Total Accidents this year throughFeb. I
27 - - 40
earth, and that was His coat. When He was dead lie was laid In
a borrowed; grave. through the pity of a friend. After three days Number of Accidents throughFeb. _
., 1966 - - 54
he arose from the dead and returned to heaven. Some twenty
centuries have come and gone and yet today He is still the central Total number of days since
figure in the human race, and time is computed by His birth.It last Injury In a motor vehicle I WHERE AND WHEN : : j
accident - -- 38
is obvious to conclude that all the armies that ever marched :
Number of
violations this
and all the navies that ever sailed and of all the legislatures .b.
, week - - 39 'r.
S that have ever met, and all the kings that have ever reigned SPORTS EVENTS .
Speeding - - 10
put together, have not affected the life of man upon this earth -- Reckless Driving - 2
,and his eternal has that ONE SOLITARY LIFE!
. destiny as ".
Going through Stop Sign 1 Wednesday, March 8 : :':'_.
Other violations - 26
Twenty-seven drivers appeared "HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS": At the Coliseum: 'T/cket**.

before the Traffic Hearing prices; $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. ... .....'., .
OTA X A I R ** JEWSThe Board at the meeting held on ..
Feb. 28. Disposition of the cases '
included the following: Five .: :
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d'- '
lost '
and ,
parking privi- \
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News '..
leges aboard station for various Monday. March 6 -.
: .
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air None '
periods "
; were assignedto
Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing complete an eight-hour coursein "METROPOLITAN OPERA NATIONAL COMPANY4! "
Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in remedial driving at Jax Police Presents "La Traviata" at the/ Auditorium./ Ticket/ .prices/ ;
$5.00 and
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Academy; Five received suspensions -. $6.00.
Affairs Office Box I HAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon ; Eight were given warn. .. ,01 :. .

on Monday before publication. News items are welcomedfrom / fined ings; (U.S.Five Commissioner dismissed; );Five and Tuesday, March' .; :" ", ::. .'.

all sourcesTelephone EV 9-7777 1, Ext. 8762. Five referred to commanding 'METROPOLlr OPERA NATIONAL COMPANY-" ,

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and officers for disciplinary action. sents "S5nfarr9t! 01 5 .Figaro" at the A""*''*",.". .Ticket/ .. 1 1prices
queries concerning such should be directed to: The 27 drivers were assesseda ; R :

The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. total of 45 points. .....'>M:. *, *' t

Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4457 Thursday Sunday, March 9-72 i:i

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MARCH 2, 1967 Buy. 'i;"k,' ; 1.25 through 300. ;

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I March 2, 1967 JAX AIR"NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 ".

j Marine Instructs At NAMTDGySgt. SociilSecirityHiBtbersToRepkceServiceDIgits., Williams Celebrates 50th Birthda ; ;

lnCoMpBferize ISysteH$ a'M 4

The familiar .Armed Forces r r

serial numbers which go backto r !
the days of Word War I will i % ;e/1 ;Ia
be replaced in all computerizeddata
systems by the Social Security -

DOD Account,.in making Number.this announce- :i -

ment said Social Security Account .- o .
Numbers (SSAN) "are to be included
whenever the automated J
military personnel master records ,
interfacing data systems,
'computer programs, or pro-
cedures such records necessary are to be to convened process WHOa HI And out go the candles on ADRC (AP) M. C Wems' //.

or revised. // birthday cake. Chief/ / Williams, scheduling chief petty

Armed Forces Examining and officer at Operations, was given a surprise party at Cecil(
L Entrance Stations have been giv- Field's CPO Club last week to commemorate his 50th birth
en a July 1 target date to assure '
that each individual day Having served In the Navy 29 years and three months,
J.E. Jones explains the operation of the pilot escape service be given a Social entering Security any- he plans to retire at the 30 year mark.
system .of. the A-7A ,aircraft to representatives of the Aero Jet number. The Services havea .\
Corporation Lake City, Fla. Sergeant Jones and several other July 1, 1969 date to change all
marine instructors are assigned to Naval Air Maintenance Training automated date 1000 Yards From the Gate
Detachment 1034 (A7)), based at NAS Cecil Fieldto receive complete Officials said Serial Numbersdo
training in the A-7A systems of their specialty. Upon completionof not make good computer lan-
this training, they will return to MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina, guage because of the wide ser- Good: Laundry & Cleaners
to form NamTraDet 1035 (A7)) and perform the same training vice-to-service difference in -
function for Marine maintenance personnel and pilots that Nam- numbering and letter prefixesand & Jean's Tailor Shop
TraDet 1034 performs at Cecil Field. suffixes

They stressed, however, that r 6409 Roosevelt 1 Blvd. EV4-2857

New Books at LibraryBEST using identification SSAN's does for computerized not preclude

Service use of Serial Numbersfor LAUNDRY STARS EMBROIDERED .

TIMES; an informal bellum South, the war years and other purposes. As a matterof CLEANING ACCESSORIES
fact, Serial Numbers will
memoir by John Dos Passos. the postwar turmoil, all throughthe disappear July 1. Pentagon offi-not TAILOR SHOP RATES
dos Passos at seventy, looks eyes of a Negro. Vyry was cials say they will eventually be UNIFORMSREPIPES DECALS .
back on experiences as an am- born a slave on a Georgia plan- but EMBLEMS\
phasedout stress no one can
bulance driver in World War I, tation, grew up in slavery, predict Just when.
and other places and events that married and bore two children, HARRY SEZ:
have shaped his life and writing- lost her husband in the war, and
Paris and Greenwich Village in in her second marriage,after the Did
the 20's, Key West and Spainin war, struggled to find and fulfill Buy U.'t. :,' ". you know if we make up decals and emblems to
C squadron
your or unit needs .
the 30's and such interesting the promise of Lincoln's gift Sa vings \. 11 tine Come on In. anything
individuals throughout his careeras of freedom. Bonds
Ernest Hemingway Theodore
Dreiser. and many others.GLOny' BEST DETECTIVE STORIESOF "

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I I NARTU News and Views I NATTC : Behind The SceneRADM I Ij


Recently, many new billets for she returned to government work
officer and enlisted veterans have with the Army in the Panama Accepting the ribbon trom
been opened in the ranks of the Canal Zone.Completing. Capt. Ellison was Timothy T.
Selected Naval Air Reserves. that tour, Mrs. Weir, Captain of the JAXON
Men or women with previous Caldwell returned Jacksonville LANCERS', while Cdr. Ballou,
military service may become to work at NAS Jax Supply, NAS Executive Officer; Cdr. Tut-
"Weekend Warriors" and maintain -, Cecil Field Public Works Dep- A wiler, Director of Trainings;Cdr.
skills they acquired on past artment, the Florida Military Quillen, Superintendent of Elec-
active duty tours.A District Office, the NAS Jax Central trical Training; Lt., Hudson, ,AE
Selected Reservist drills one Office, and presentlyNARTU's "A" School Training Officer and
t weekend each month aboard Administrative Office. Lt. Walsh Officer in Charge
NARTU lax and attends a two- ******** of the Saxon Lancers looked

week training cruise each year AO1 Vincent H. Stormes, of on. -
with his squadron or unit. The NARTU's Antisubmarine Squadron -
I reservist reaches intensified 741, in civilian life Is the S Ssttif..
training in his specialty and four Safety and Training Coordinatorfor
days l-1yon each drill weekend.The the City of Jacksonville Electric Aviation Electrician's MateA
"Weekend Warriors" of and Water Utility Depart ( ) School named Lcpl. Dennis
Florida and South Georgia rep- ment. Van Dusen, "Honorman of the
resent a cross-section of civi- Stormes presents lectures on Week" for AE "A" School. Van-
lian occupation. Doctors, law- various subjects such as first Dusen graduated' Class 637
yers, mechanics, and civil ser- aid and general electrical safety. with a final average of 91.44
vice employees work together one During the past two months, from the 22 week school.
weekend each month to keep our he presented a series of safety "Honorman of the Week" from
country ready for any national lectures to the NAS O&R Depart- Aviation Ordnanceman (A) School
emergency.If ment. The subject of the pro- was Pfc. Shaw of Class 641B.
you'are Interested in Join- grams was "Electrical Power PFC Shaw completed the 18week
ing the Naval Air Reserve, call and Common Sense" and over school with a final average of

or visit the NARTU Recruiting half of his listeners during the j ,",' ",...,' ,",( '1Y 84.01 upon graduation.
Office, aboard NAS Jax. series were his fellow Selected : Honor Class from AviationEl-
******** Naval Air Reservists. "y ectrician's Mate.(A) School was

Mrs.. Grace Caldwell. whd Cdr. Clyde W. Simpson attached M.H. TUTTLE Class 644. This makes the second
works in the NARTU Jax Administrative to NARTU's Naval Air of of their two daugU'ers.: time this class has held the win-
Office, celebrated her Reserve Staff 74, recently "After giving 23 years AECS Griffin was attached to ning title. Honor Class from
25th Anniversary as employee completed his annual two weeksof service to your fellow country- the AE School's Testing Office Aviation Ordnanceman (A) School
of the U.S. Government, Feb. active duty training aboard men, it Is with pleasure and pride where he served as AE "A" was Class 643. Congratulationsare
I their sinc-
that extend to
17, 1967. NARTU Jax.
Chief in charge of test- extended to both classes
Mrs. Caldwell began her Cdr. Simpson, Recruiting Of- ere appreciation and desire that Testing
gov- material concerning AE "A" for their fine work.
ernment career in 1942 when she ficer for his unit aided the NAR- your future after retirement be ing
was assigned to the Draft BoardIn TU Recruiting Office during his as successful as your former School. ******..
career. My personal best wishes
Jacksonville. In Decemberof stay. ********
that,year she Joined the WAVES In civilian life, Cdr. Simpson, and heartfelt thanks go with you. RADM Magruder H. Tut-
and assigned to NAS Cecil is a local real estate broker.He Well Done.A .
I was Capt. Thomas B. Ellison pre- tie, Chief of Naval Air: 'Techni-
review of record
Field. lives in Jacksonville with his your upon
{ sented the Jaxon Lancers witha cal Training arrived at theNavalAir
Upon discharge from the Navy wife and three children. your' retirement indicates that 1st ribbon during morn
you enlisted on May 12, 1946 place Technical Training Center on
ing quarters at Aviation Electri- March 1, for the personnel
\ and advanced through the ratesto
cian's Mate (A) School Feb- inspection of 3,000 Navy and
I VP-45 Homes In Senior Chief Aviation Electri-
cian's Mate. During your career ruary 23. The ribbon was the Marine Corp personnel in con-
were stationed on board 17 1st Place Directors' Award for junction with the Annual Com-
.* Patrol Squadron Forty Five ployed. The Red Dart was you commands including EM "A" Marching Units, in the Orange prehensive Inspection which was
,', recently ended ,a, six month seen for the first time in Sig- School, Purdue University, Park Mardi Gras Festival conducted February 27 through
deployment: to i Kindley Air onella, Sicily, when: a delegation Lafayette, Indiana; FASRON 165, parade, February 4.Twice. March 1. 0* _
Bermuda Cdr. from the -
Force as Squadron visited Norfolk, Va., Attack Squadron 42
J. W. Townes, Jr., led his P3A, the U. S. Navy activities there. Norfolk, Va.; VA 26, Norfolk,
: Orions back home to NAS,Jack- An exchange visit with a West Va.; AE "B" School, Jackson-

sonville. German Maritime Patrol Squadron ville, Fla., CPO School, Pen-
Families and friends together took place during the month sacola, Fla.; and NATTC Jack-
with the COMFAIRJAX Navy of,October Nordholz.Germany. sonville, Florida.
Band and Officers of the Fleet During the month of November, the
You are to wear
Air Wing Eleven were on handto the Governor of Bermuda, His following medals: Good Conduct

greet the Squadron upon its Excellancy Lord Martonmere, with five stars, American Cam
return. was hosted by the SquadronVP
paign Medal, European Afri-
The Red Dan Squadron distinguished 45 has become one of the cian Middle East Campaign
itself in Bermudain most travelled Squadrons in .
Medal with three stars, Asiatic-
carrying ,out its missions the world, While deployed to Pacific Medal, Victory Medal
of Anti Submarine Warfare Adak, Alaska in 1965, the
(World War 11)), Navy Occupa-
and Shipping Surveilance over Red Darters patrolled the Ber- tional Service Medal, National ;r
the vast expanses of the Atlantic ing Sea north to the 68th par- Defense Medal with one-'star
Ocean. Several firsts and the
allel Pacific Ocean and China Service Medal." -u
were accomplished while de- south to Hawaii
These were the final orders
read to AECS Warren C. Griffin % _

j; at the Credit Union ti tiFi transferring mas B.Ellison while ii.- cl
St him to Fleet Reserve -

Status on February. Also
! Fi
present during the retirement
ceremonies were Cdr. J. G.Bal-
{5 }} lou, Executive Officer; Cdr. W.
Cdr. W. D. Bobek .
presenting AE2 Armon Letter of Commendation
: l rr V S J. Tutwiler, Director of Train- '
<< / on February 24.
ing; and Mrs. Griffin and one

Cdr. W. J.Bobek,Superintendent -
a, of Aviation. Ordnance
Schools, presented AO2 (AC)
/ Don Theodore Armon the .following -
f Letter of Commendation
from the Commanding Officer,
USS Oriskany (CVA 34)): I Ii

I "It is with personal
as extreme
xx Ill, ; satisfaction that I present to you
much time this Letter of Commendation for

.. ''' for your your valiant and courageous actions -
':-: /
'l/1 during the disasterous fireat
** "l (' money. sea experienced by,the,''USS

:;; Get what you really want by saving regularly at ::: a The self-winding Zodiac 26 Oriskany, 1966. (CVS 34)) on Oct.

:::: the credit union. A boat, a long vacation trip, a :::: Aerospace GMT tells time' any

:: new home a new car are all big Items -- but :::: I II/' Ili two places on earthsimultaneously..Shows 2400
:: worth saving for! Add to it every payday. :::: hours tells PM..alves Your brave actions, disregardfor
.;, I date,too.Want more for your your own safety and devotionto
money?The Aerospace GMT has duty reflected great credit
I I Ii r 17 jewel precision movement upon yourself and were in keep-
Fdeiut I
Jayc Naug unbreakable mainspring. It's ing with the highest traditionsof
waterproof.A great watch\,_a great the United States Naval Service -
gift a great new Idea for anyone "
i: (RHHT I/N/bN I ii who travels. Model 1762W,$110. .

Zodiac In addition to extensive fire
JAX NAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 }' WATCH COMPANY damage to aircraft, equipment,
;' Tel. 384 4121 or Tel. SP 1.3211 I or"MrA.nrin..NYN.Y.100M and spaces it was found that

;r: Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 rr .w.NWc,r..,.....b..w c__......, forty three officers and enlisted -
: Hours: Mon-Fr/ 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30.3:00 : k ',' ",' :r." '!7n:. ;7 .:.';:";:-r: :. ..: ., ,personnel lost their.'lives
r .. : ,ip lpkEeryfcs their, country.Page ., '
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Employees Advanced Select 'PromotionBulletins t

Thru Merit PromotionThe Ready

following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted For Application

in accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: In addition to the promotional

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT opportunities to ungraded non-

HOFFMAN. David C. TO: Student Trainee (Electrical Engineer), supervisory skilled ratings,
GS '-4 which are open under Merit

WELLER, Christopher TO; Student Trainee (Electrical. Engineer), Promotion Program Plan B
GS-5 for receipt of applications at
...SCHNITZLER, Bruce G. TO: Student Trainee(Aerospace Engineer), all times; the following Merit

',..: I GS-4 Promotion Bulletins are open
c OWEN, Thomas O. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) for receipt of applications with
'STENGRIM, Roger A. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) the closing date for filing of.
GIBBS, James F. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Electronics Mechanic) applications as shown:
SCRAY, Marlene S. TO: Budget Analyst GS 7 MPB # 30 67 Supervisory -
PACE, Jack A. TO: Senior Production Controlman (Electronics Aerospace Engineer,GS-
Mechanic ) 11, GS 12 applicationsmust t
BRODIWSKI, Henry TO: Asst. Planner & Estimator (Aircraft be filed by the close of
Metalsmith) business March 17, 1967.
PATTEE, Maurice B. TO: Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) MPB # 39 67 Super-

HUTCHERSON, Robert D. TO: Production Dispatcher visory Supply Clerk, GS _7,
FREEMAN of Shop 4160 0 ((0 & R) recently
RALPH D. was
FRASER, James M. TOLeadingman, Aircraft Electrician applications must be filed by
CLENNEY, Ealon V. Jr., TO: Leadingman, Aircraft Metalsmith presentee/ a 5780 check for his beneficial suggestion Involvingan the close of business 13 March

HICKOX, Hartwell T. TO: Leadingman, Aircraft Electrician Improved method repair on a microwave antenna assembly. 1967.
HODGE, Charles D. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics) Estimated savings from the new procedure will be $25,860. MPB 141/ 67 Supervisory -

ALDERMAN Jeanette S. TO: Office Machine Operation Supv., The check accompanying handshake came from Copf. T. Supply Clerk GS 9,
GS-5)) applications must be filed
Washington Jr. 0 & R Officer.
AIMONE, Charles A. TO: Airframes Mechanic by the close of business 13 ,
YOUNG, Howard L. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Electrician) March 1967.
MANGUM, George H. TO: Planner & Estimator (Electronics Cost Cutting Suggestions Save All applications for the above
Mechanic) 'positions should be filed with the

GRIES, Ralph A. TO: Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) Industrial Relations Depanment, l
HILL, Charles B. TO: Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) Government Record $123 Million U, S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville I
KRONHOLM, Robert L. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Aircraft Florida 32212. For

Metalsmith) Cost cutting suggestions by Federal employees rose to an further information regarding
TAYLOR, Clarence A. TO: Industrial Tractor Operator all time high during fiscal year 1966 and produced economiesIn these positions see the copies
HEADINGTON, John L. TO: Electronics Mechanic Government operations valued at more than $123 million. of the bulletins, or call Ext.
HOWELL, Charles J. TO: Aerospace Engineer, GS 12 Chairman John W. Macey, Jr., of the Civil Service Commission 684. Recruiting and Examining
,WITTMAN, Hans P. TO: Asst. Production Controlman (A/C reported to President Johnson that the following new records Branch, Industrial Relations Department -
Ground Equipment Mechanic) were set: U. S. Naval Air Station ..
,MASON, Edward H. Jr. TO: Photocopying Equipment Operator Jacksonville, Florida. j6EMERAL t tI
(a) Adopted employee suggestions -
KIRKLAND, William A. TO: Asst. Production Controlman ..
totaled 140,779 a 5.5%
(Electronics )
H. TO Reconditioner Increase over fiscal year 1965.b .
.McMillan, ,Jennllle : Bearing
MORFORD, Glen O. .TOr'"Bearlng Recondltioner ( ) :Measurable benefits from
CASTELLI, Blaise W. TO Production ( ft
: Cont.rolman.cAlrcr. adopted suggestions amounted to
tyW. *Electrician) <
: $123,395,573 --a28.7/7olncrease.t .
KRESTALUDE, George TO: Supervisory Aerospace Engineering 3Fo1 TIRE w wk
Technician, GS 12)) t ( ) Awards to employees for i

.HAWKINS: Charlton J. TO: Leadingman, Aircraft Metalsmith adopted suggestions totaled$4.2
million -. a 6.SO/o/ Increase.An <
additional 80,513 em- / \.
McCALILLY, Dorothy W. TO: Supervisory Personnel Staffing
received superior performance 1.
ployees Front EndAlignment
Specialists, GS 12 awards for work achieements .
'PAIGE Charles J. Jr. TO Personnel Staffing &
: Employee the
which went
Relations Splst., GS 9 call of duty" and which returnedover : :
:ArtTEOLA. Rita T. TO: Clerk Stenographer, GS-4. '$158 million in measurable ,

:\ '- SECURITY DEPARTMENT benefits to the Government,plus y'

: 'COLLIER' ;,Paul E. TO: Firefighter (General), GS 3COWSER Important scientific Intangibles advancement, Including, better 2. Wheel \x

Evelyn L. TO: Clerk Typist GS 3 ,
and ,
service more
GAGNE. ,1 Nancy. G. TO: Clerk Typist. GS 3 accomplishment of agency func- Balance !
COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT tions. These employees shared ..; .
.J KILLINGSWORTH, Barbara J. TO: Communications Equipment $10.3 million In awards, with the !

Operator, GS-4 average: award amounting to 3. Brake t
FRENCH, Maryellen D. TO: Accounts Maintenance.Clerk, GS'3
added his \
President Johnson
: .
:. LEGAL ', compliments. He said: "I con- \
WATKINS, Rlemka S. TO: Shorthand Reporter, GS -"7 <"': !'' gratulate each Individual who t

SUPPLY earned an award in fiscal year
1966 and I commend the sup-
lYlE Alfred J. TO: Head Stockman ervisors and managers who encouraged t:
WRIGHT, Edward D. TO: Head Stockman SERVICES.
these employee con- ..
ADMINSTRATIONCHRISTIANSEN tributions. In the coming months
I' we will need to redouble our efforts ONE LOW PRICE
JoanJ. TO: Clerk. GS-5
,HERRINGTON. Betty R. TO : Office Services Supervisor GS 7 efficiency to cut costs, to hold and down Increase 4
11' -"' government expenditures, and to 95 i

SEE WANT ADS ] fight Inflationary pressure. .
I PAGE 9 mOlt U.S.
LAKESIDE ESTATES J We will depend on each em- un
ployee to exert his very best I\
Beautifuly wooded 2 1/2 J AX S GREATEST effort In the continued search .

Acre Properties 165x660 for ways to ,save on! supplies,
Surrounding lovely SILVER FURNITURE to cut paperwork, to streamline ,,

LAKE and LAKE HELENE. VALUES? procedures, or to get a high Our specialists correct caster,
Failing health compels me quality Job done with few- camber, toe-in, toe-out and inspect :
sacrifice these prime Properties of- WHOLESALB er man hours." steering. They precision .
at reduced prices
balance both front wheels to
$1095 each.. EasyTerms.' PRICE to EVERYONE ,
led the Defense assure even wear. And
elevation magnificent view. Navy groupIn Phone for an appointment
the number of adopted adjust brakes to manufac
in popular Green Hills Community suggestions ...ordtlt'eln...TODAY t
with total 24,889 turer's specifications.
28 miles north of a
Panama City. Many retired EVERY I'r'k -. and increase of 39% -- and t

Military. Electricity phones. ,.. GAY ,'.a, also increased its measurable \
benefits from $18.5 million
Good to
daily mail delivery. 99
$20.7 mlllon In 1966.
hunting fishing. All water". SUN0AVTIL -
sports. Money back Guar- ;; 6p.m. CEMEML TIME SEIflCE
antee Exchange privilege. Post Office Department led all GENERAL r
Warranty Deeds., Insured g agencies In the number of adopted 630 4520
Titles. < suggestions with a total of 42,736. W. ADAMS SAN JUAN'
Write today for Free Maps SURPLUS GOODS Savings from suggestions Increased TIRE -"*-- c-____ f'c
photos;full Information: I DISCOUNT STORE 36% over 1965 to an. ortN Aj*<4 r.M.-.MOH few SAT. .c'
I IBo all time. gb.ot.'a.3 million 1 .. :
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lotldtr32438 j .. ..the .largest savings among!""J e ; ." 1 t"f\' \1. \;' '\\\\",_', .", JJ.lo... I'a ..
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}(. THE SEABEE TEAMS are skilled construction workers, ready -.w---------- _________________________________
to build anything, anywhere, anytime.

,. THE MEN OF THE SEABEE engage repairing
"II : helped/ train the people of other countries in a village water pump after completion of their ____ ,- 11.
:, :: :' modern/ construction methods/ so that they normal duties/ witha team deployed/ / North '

i' .. 'I ',', ."*,stiff/,, 'r''.' """ "''i":""' ",',;:, .;'.(; "..i--: : themselves can continue to improve their own eastern Thailand. e
q J living conditions/ long after the departure of
the teams.
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J' THE 'SEABEES ARE KEPT BUSY with their people to peo.
: H: Sam's' indomitable Navy .Seabee ;, like the' Minute Men Concord, came pie activities. Corpsmen add// their medical/ skills, and/ examine
:: : yes. forth during a time of great national per Formed at the beginning of World WarII I the children/ and/ adults of the villages they are associated/ /with.
( to meet emergency, TTie' Seabees we composed of,mostly patriotic construc- ,,
,,;. tion workers< many over draft age who ave up high war r time wages to volunteer F _____ _________________________________________________
4 1 themselves and their skills build and
to anyth ng anytime 'anywhere. :,
,: t to a mailman who needed just a bit more The seabees were less than six years old when their first unit came under fire '
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week's' Miami. early during World War IL Onlythree wee ; after the Marines assualted the beachesof SUPPLIES ARE DELIVERED the Seabees : .
to swing a vacation in to Call
,,.1 ,, .,., ,.. .. ... .. .,, ,, DURING, A BUSY DAY the Seabees do! find/ Guadalcanal In August 1942, Seabe followed them ashore to begin the difficult by plane.! Here a Royal Austrillan Army "Cor/-/ ,, .. on H'H'FC ", .
*:>Ai nI":t'" > > '< """s' v JkttJ, J '*'i&r i ito &" -;. few of the former landing at Henderson Field :' t :::
job convening muddy strip i : ;
""i. "t a minutes to take advantage/ of fair weather i ? apanese Jbou"' Airplane.landed with; supplies;' and the ,., .
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: an airman who the family ,a., color into all weather airfield, capable of s pporting anything from fighter aircraft ;i If J j
got the outdoor/ '
' :: t fo use 'cafe"( the construct..*. to Army B 17's.' ; o.A>, *". Seabees did the unloading;,**" : *'.:,1\'.*\ W t,: .. .V$ '
,; :TV instead of a black\ and white portable. ;: ; ed at their camp site.RIVERSIDE By overcoming their, ,many problem .and scoring countless successful mis-' ".j.."', <1 !
sions, the Seabees began their "Can Do" tradition of World War II. 'I, .
: *to a salesman who wanted''to pay his insurance .- Their job ended with the end of the w r., and their ranks dropped sharply. Just
t\ before the Korean crisis in June 1950, a ac ording to Seabee historians, the numberIn
,. ... premiums in one lump sum. ,. *.,'. : PRESBYTERIANDAY active status had dwindled to less t\1.1\. ,4000., With the declaration of the emergency 'WESCONNETT FURNITURE
It'' > of the Korean conflict, the active d ty force was increased to over 14,000, coj .
to a sailor who could spend two ,SCHOOL This rapid expansion was possible becau 2 of the existence of the Seabee reserve .
extra' ';:;:;:;:::;:;:;:::; ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 830 o..k St. : ::::::::::.:::::::;:;:-.::;:;::: :::: :::::::::: organization. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
d days home if he went'by air. There was no rapid d demobilization a afer| the Korean conflict. Seabee commit- ,.
Kindergarten and Grades 1 6 W: Fully Accredited .. NEW & USED TV SETS
ments were kept at a high rate and t the oattations were assigned to construction
to school teacher who needed: EDUCATION :S3::::3 SUPERIOR TEACHERS projects, emergency disaster work and peJple) to -'people activity., '.
a --luggage QUALITY Utlitlzing the construction skills of car ully selected'men, Seabees ''teams have NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
'\! \ for a tour. 'mmmmm:: :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :: SMALLER L E R CLASSES E S mmm::::::::: :::::::::;:;;;: ;:;:;:;-::: been deployed to locations as" widespread as Southeast Asia, .South American and ____ 'FREIGHT SALVAGE" _____ .. I
\ I Africa, where their skills have been em loyed in wide variety of "civic' action" EASY CREDIT TERMS '.
..,. Enriched Curriculum Spanish, Music: and Physical I Education:) Teacher* construction missions aimed at irnprojnhe\ \; living conditions of the people of the HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In, & Browse! .
A Few Places Currently Available! in Some ClassesA nations. \ ..
Limited Number of Openings for Next Year Even more important then the work the} have done themselves, the Seabees have -I .,,.t, ",
helped to train people of these countries i modern construction methods so that 5324 .... 103rd ..771.07501 .,
: Were not For Additional l Information Call ll 353-8111 Or 353-1513 they themselves. can continue to improve\ heir own living conditions long after d de- __________________________ SS
' parture of the teams. III
Since January 1963, teams have bee deployed toThailand and the Republicof
. of Vietnam, where they have engaged in a variety of rural development work..
in business NOCCTSACHASGE n including-road,bridge and school construcrio I '"
MINUTE CLEANERS OPEN Several teams deployed to the Republi ? of Vietnam have been engaged In construction ,-
FOMOTSBVKF of Special Forces camps. One Seabee Team was constructing such a
79* camp when it participated in the hero: defense of Dong Hoai against a heavy

Viet Cong attack last June.In For trusted
to the spring of 1965, as the United Star s increased its commitment of military BELLAIRHOMES money' help
say no. WHERE SERVICE AND forces in support of the war against the net Cong in $South Vietnam the Seabees ':
were once again called upon to provide construction support to Navy and Marine f Every year, thousands of servicemen ;
I forces Not since World War II had the Seabees$ been committed :
Corps in a combat area. borrow
QUALITY GO STEADY! confidently from HFC. And so,can '
on such a large scale of co operations.
$, Having so effectively "I.i paved the r re id d to victory'(cagainst the Axis, Seabees you. Wherever you're' stationed, ortransferred ..
Too many bills? Unify them with a.j ..S............. today are again fulfilling their mission. I Tlh stories of'' courage and ingenutyof H 0 ? E S when ": !
into lavy History books, did those ot their
present day seabees<.will'go as MONTHLYPAYMENT LANS
.j; Uni-Loan. One loan takes care of h you have a money ::
h every- :15Shirts.$1.19 5 $ predecessors .as shining proof of thing.. You make one payment per month : "Can Do." E. L' fZL need, call on the <:
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i, Jlks'IlIle(. ",.. 3635 St. Johns'Avenue; 388-9074 CYCLES MOTORS GOVERNMENT' DYERM.EMPLOYEES BURR 'E LL.A.IR.:: :: 25 West Forsyth_St.-!Phone: 355-9683 t

,, Cedar Hills '
1, 1023 Kings Street16QQHendricksAve EV8-5429 HOME: : :t7ILDERS: ] IISTO:
3734 .
I and Blanding Blvd.-SPrlng 1-4581 YI
,Pfeone.... : 398-1581' 4949 Blinding INTERNATIONAL SERVICE You. ere cordljlfy Invited to Inspect our honwi at t )your convenience _
.. ,. INSURANCE,COMPANY 10 A.M..t Dark. Travel South on Standing Boulevard (Hwy.: *21)) 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
.' "- ,', I ;' (- -,' -,! U.-&.: ,,-, ::: 359-5519?? PH 771-8244. 5615 T&mLlq& mud Ro'J. ,77105J7' *S-.S..S. ..............:.. St ,




I.' Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 2, 1967

I 1 $Employment Service : .' Women's VAdm Booth PraisesBootstrap'

.>}For Ex-MIlItary Club Notes '
j. Men and women dischargedI Harrington stated, "We do
/> I from the service now have im- not recruit. We are a service.,
t > opportunities,through a free service to militarymen
theeffortss The J. O. W. C. held their
of Joseph D.Harrington and women of all grades and regular monthly meeting Febru-
JOC, USN (Ret.) services, but we do not solicit ary 27, in the Walnut Room of
Summing up the continuing persons to leave the service.We the "0" Club. Presiding was
: success of Harrington Associates only represent them after Mrs. D. W. Kellerman. Repre-
Inc., he describes it as a they have made a commitmentor sentatives and guests introducedby
". [national employment center for decision" to enter private Mrs. Kellerman included Mrs.J. .
military personnel enterting private industry. H. Burton, Mrs. D. Veltman,
industry. It is in the National Harrington retired from active Mrs. V, L. Clark and Mrs. D. :
Press Bldg. Washington, D. C. duty in 1963, and was a Carruth. !
Nearly 350 companies have writer on the staff of HEW Secretary Mrs. R.J.Llndemanannounced i
expressed interest in military Anthony Celebrezze and that the theme for this year's :
job hunters represented by at the War on Poverty head- Magnolia Ball is "Symphony in
Harrington Associates, and the quarters, before resigning to Gold." Mrs. R. V. Berry an-
firm has placed them in jobs open up his company. Since the nounced that the first workshop
all over the country, and overseas -' firm was established persons
for the Magnolia Ball will be
': There is no cost for job- from E 4 to E 6 have held on March 3, in the St :::
seekers, for the Income is been placed in jobs, with sal- John's Room in the "0" Club E
F derived from the companies aries ranging from $5,200to Mrs. P. K. Blesh announced ..
concerned. $22,000 per year. that reservations for the next '",
%v.v..svAV. x>x<"Xxx*>X'Xi*.*>A*:*.>>>.*x<>x:>>*.".''" *.' '*'A*.* luncheon, which will be held'XX'XxxwIMPORTED i.'.'r..'.:":: April 5 at the "0" Club, may REJUVENATED HOUSE TRAILER -- that's what it Is now,
1 be made with Mrs. George Har- but It wasn't when they found It In a salvage yard/ near HAS
% PARTSr. dy and Mrs. Raymond Hooper. JAX. The trailer was converted Into a 15 seat mobile classroom .
******** for men of VW 4. The new unit Is an example of what
; j I ri The CPO Wives' Club will can be done with readily available manpower and materials
iii iiiO iiis
.,{. hold their regular business through the Navy's Bootstrap. crack down on cost program.On .
.: : meeting March 6, at 8 p.m.
: at Bldg. 593. All membersare February 14, VAdm. ick and ATRAN R. Sobolewski
I invited to attend. Charles T. Booth visited VW completely stripped the old trailer
*.****. 4 as part of his inspection of hulk and convened it into a
s;; COMPLETE STOCK IMPORTED Under the provisions of NAS JAX. In these times of 15 man class .- room. VAdm.
the Medical limited money and numbersof Booth was so interested in this
new Dependent's
ia PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES I: Care Program, complete family personnel, he was impressedwith project that he requested photosand
the Self
::::: Ii:: ; planning services will be' pro- squadron's Help addtlonal information for its
,; FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS :: (Bootstrap) Program.Two possible adoption in other Nav-
I r;.;::. OF CARS & TRUCKS ::::: vided requesting to eligible them.'female Services dependents recently completed pro- AirLant Units.In .
) :;::: Call For Service :: may be obtained at the U. S. jects caught the admiral's eye. addition, limited shop space
: i: Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, To provide squadron,personnelwith within the squadron has been
I 388 9331 I in the "walk in" Gynecology a reasonably quiet place to partially solved with the con-
Clinic. study ,correspondence courses struction of a ''mobile work
;; 505 McDUFF AVE. S. and advancement in rate material center from salvaged materials.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32205 'gyxxxyffAX ******** the squadron Ground Training Under the guidance; of AMCSC.
E:::::::: ::::;:;:;:;:::::::: ::::::::: ::$:-::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The American Cancer Society Officer convened a salavaged B. Brugess and the assistance -
will present a film entitled, ,house trailer into a mobile clas- of AN B. Wigen, an
< Know", at 9:30: a.m.. on March approximately 75 man hours -
b working area complete with electric -
7, at the gymnasium in the.indoor ; and the contribution of limited ,
power and intercom: ,system
pool building.: Sbrryf Ladies -: '"materials: from''Public Works! was constructed'apoxitti tely
only* Lt. (jg) ,_N. G. Valenta, the 35 hours, Ths work center is
Dr. Billlngsly will speak after Ground Training Officer, AN R. located on the hangar deck: adjacent -
the showing of the film. A Lagesse, ADRAN E. T. Ches- to aircraft in check and

has improved maintenance tech-
Northeast Florida's Authorized niques under the 3M system
other "Bootstrap" projects
are underway within VW 4
ROOSEVELT MALL in a continuing effort to improve .
f-. :1r SALES both working conditionsand

UA'J' SERVICE y'O G iTO H CARWASH H HOPEN overall efficiency.

Mercedes-Benz MONDAY.THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM

\ Phone 359-9321 5034 Philips Hwy.US 1 So FREE CAR WASH BondsKEN

( U. S. 1 So. Just North of University Blvd)
Ow.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.y X'Xv.v.v.v.v.v.v.-.v.v.v.v.v.;;;;: WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL



II I COUPON I II Located In Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center

I Alttg p I II e


Where Jammes cross's Sin Juan II MONEY IN 1 DAY

I PHONE 389-9334 I

$25 to $600
rf<'X XO I Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how
I heaping' bowl of delicious Spaghetti, I much you want. Pick up the ,cash at your convene
'fence. Same-day service. .
coverered with sauce, 8 delicious

I meatballs, bread, cheese, hot pepper You Get Mo. Pmt. You Gel Mo. Pmt.S USN, Ret.t PENDERGRAS Former world, Skeet AEC,

and A FREE GLASS BOWL!! I 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00 Shooting Champion as a mem
I ber of the crack NA1 JAX
f huff and 219.27 151.80 13.00 9.00 427.51 SOO.51 29.00 25.00 Skeet Team and the first person -

f I J ONLY $2.49 I more for four! I 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 ed with In the the Navy International to be present Dlstingutshed -

Shooter Me JoIn/
..... Above Payments Include Interest. vites all/ his shipmates and
I ,.v*.*%%%*%%*%*%**.v trS*!3BX J.v.iv.v.X'XC'CpXX"IXXXX'XZv.vX V...< ......".*.*.*.%*.%v..v.*.*.*.*.*.%.....**> : friends to see him at CLAUDE
: : YBring This ; O C The DIAL 7i ipanu NOLAN, INC.t 931 MAIN ST.
It's .....;........'J"............................................". .".,.,,, 472? San Juan Ave.' Dial 384.2314 Cadillac's selling and new Clean Ponfoc5 -
.. :%&ft&W:: :::;::::.Vrr.M.M:::::::::=-:::::::::::::-::-::<=:,:::-:::. I 241 West Forsyth St. Dial' 356-0735 Used Cars. Ken "If

Sorry, offer good< OB 4- I_to go,otders, only 5256 Beach Boulevard/ Dial' 359.2895 are shooting for says a good deal you/,
ffj f t y t r f T B K A jfc a jMa -- r'j r
LflrwKtf BMRaBBMbMMnHAAKaiH&mM B w + 1' afrWl.'J3'.i3921or
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March 2, 7967

Movies. Club Schedules .

..,.::, ;:," .
.I.i .. { {':rr {1SASYJ: '
'' :': ;.S1}: :S' { r SMJVti':4a NNN\NTW AYNVIciit
MOVIES will be shown reg- {
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre NASJAX Ad SC1On
at 6 and I ,S:15 .. ......... ... ...
p.m., Monday thru ACEY DUCEY CLUB -- Tonight for first class fun, seethe tM M11 M H i ::::::: :: ::: ::1::::: :j:: :: : :: :::;::::: ::::::::;:::;::::: ::::::;::::::: :::1
Saturday. There will also be a same 'show that appeared at the Stardust Club is Las Vegas, the
matinee at 2 p.jri. on Saturday
"Dale McBride Show" from 8:30 1:00 A.m.
Sundays and : p.m. Saturday,
holidays. The Hospital features Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing'
Theatre dancing from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. to music provided Company,
feature will have one weekly by the "Page Five Group". "Mark Castle" will provide entertainment IBSO.Blanding' Blvd Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive'
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
Sunday, also, Bingo featured
will have two shows during the and 7:30 at perform Sunday, day. Adi arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
week at 5:30: and 8 p.m. Mat- p.m. Tuesday. Go Go Girls will Monday following week Unless the publisher is 'instructed other-
inees will be shown on week- thru Friday from 11 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. for all the girl watchers. wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must

ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY be received' WITH the copy for the ad.

March 2 CPO CLUB "Johnny Arnold IV" will be featured Friday DO NOT SEND CASH

evening from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, "Mark Castle," will RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $2.00
NAS: "SATAN BUG" Tones"play from from 9 p.m.8 to 1 a.m. Brighten your Sunday with the "Blue P.r additional line ((4 words per line)? . osO!
with p.m. to .12 p.m.
George Maharis and Anne
Francis. ((124 Min.)

JlQSPIT: "Quo ADIS" "0" CLUB -- Friday "Bud Clark" will provide the musicto ZIGZAG FOR $30 RENT or SELL LARGE 3BR,
wftq'Roben.l Taylor and Deborah dine and dance to from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. ''Johnny Jelinek SEWING MACHINE Original 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn-
Kerr.: ((168 Min.) will be the main attraction on Saturday from 8:30 p.m. till 12:30 Guarantee Makes buttonholes, er lot, fenced yard, like new-
";" "FIELD: liTHE TRAIN", a.m. Wednesday, "Dick McMeekin" will provide singing and sews on buttons, decorative designs DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771.-
with Bun Lancaster and. Paul piano music from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. monograms, etc. Just pay 0374 or 771 7874. .
Scofield. ((133 Min) off balance $30 on easy terms.
FRIDAY March'3 INNFriday, "Phil Cay and the Chattels"
will for the deliver, No obligation.A Improves the bust
play swinging set' from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. The "Fab-
NAS: "FORTUNE COOKIE" ulous Ravens" and"March Wilson and the Redcoats" will share -1 SEWING MACHINE CO. line 28 AA 52M t cup -' Phone
with Jack Lemmon and Walter, the spotlight on Saturday. Sunday, the"Ravens" and "The S.O.U.L., 264 6906 or 264 4016. ,
Society Band" bring you dancing entertainment. Swing with the *
MatthaU. ((125 Min.)
HOSPITAL Monday and "Phil Cay and the Chantels", Tuesday.
: "SATANBUG"with Try your luck at Bingo Wednesday evening. TATION ADVICE. 7 days a $50 $100 Down. Completely
George Maharis and Anne week. Homes for sale,$100 Own. reconditioned, Some with range
Francis. ((124 Min.) Equities, No Qualifying, Rentals. and oven. Free consultation. '
C. FIELD: "QUO VADIS" with --- Homesite Lots, Acreage, Invest- Call Dennis Burchill, USN Ret.,
Robert Taylor.ard Deborah. Kerr. ments. WALTER T. BOWEN, Home 771 0371 Office 356-
((168 Min.) Reg. Broker USN Retired. 384- 7371, Seven days a week-
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE 1376. 24 hours service.
All Ranks All Ages We Finance Everyone I and Company REALTORS

Susan Oliver. Fully automatic, semi auto- 1967 ZIG ZAGin
HOSPITAL: ", FORTUNE EASYMONTHLYMcDOUGALL'S matics, all make button holes. Nice console. Makes button-
COOKIE", with Jack Lemmonand Some have Instant buttonholes, holes, blindhem, monograms &
Walter Matthau. ((125 ?Un.) blind hems, overcasts, monograms fancy stitches. $36 cash or'$.5'
C. FIELD: "SATAN BUG", PAYMENT'S' fancy designs ((1)) Sin- mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at
with George Maharis and Anne ger 600 E Touch & Sew .$82 San Juan Open 9 9 &
Francis ((124 Min.) ((1)) 1966 Singer Zig Zag, $56; Sunday 388.1551.
((1)) 1967 Singer Zig Zag, $66;
SUNDAY, March 5 ((1)) Singer fully auto. $58.; ((1)) JAX SEWING.CENTER
Singer Zig -. Zag like new
INSURANCE AGENCY $46; Several straight stitch FURNITURE FOR SALE -
HOSPITAL: "YOUR CHEAT- Singers from $9.50. Several 1 Bed Room Suite, 1 Living
ING:HEART", with George Hamilton '1967 auto zigzags from $37. Clair 1Single. Bed 387 -
RMStvtltllvd.. 388-77 "
and Susan Oliver._ 6471 Good or bad credit we finance. 2034. '' .". ",;:
C;,FIELD: FORTUNE CDOK- 2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime RAYFIELD SEW ING.MACHINES j .
IE",'with Jack Lemmon Wal- 5528 Normandy Blvd. EV4-1312 FOR SALE: 62 T. BIRD,

ter Matthau. ((125 Min.) RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER One Owner Low Milage, Out-
standing Condition $1295. 384-
MONDAY, March 6 6706
Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & FOR SALE: 1962 IMPALA 327
C. FIELD: YOUR CHEAT VISIT FHA rejects. S50 & $100 down. Engine, S. S., Hard top, White,
ING HEART", with Georgellamilton Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret., R & h, $850 Ph. 764 6874
and Susan Oliver. 264-2411, Orange Park Realty. after 5 p.m. "

NEW BRICK 3 BR. CENTHEATAC 3 BR, 2 B, Cent. Heat & A/C,
Intercom system. 2 car Nr.. NAS, Cecil, Schools,'Dead
: kri port. 1365 Sq. Ft. living area end. Su, 1/2 blk from playground.
CADILLAC & PONTIAC Fruitwood kitchen. 30 in. corn- 771 6488. I '
14 ft. cu'in. ref
pace range. rig.
(Frost proof) 2 B with vanity- 200 FT. ST. JOHNS RIV., DEEPWater ;

Kingsley'MOtORS' MON. THRU SAT, UNTIL 8 PM 3 acres of land flowing well,. Dock, Grg., Ext. Lrg.
school bus route Near creek Rooms, Fireplace, Fenced ,&
Good fishing selling price Landscaped at Bridgeport, :35
$19,500 282 5275. mins. to NAS Under 520,000
PHONE EL 3-3922 Owner'' 1 328 3148 or
264 '6869.GUITAR .
LESSONS call 388-2400
JAX IN ORANGE PARK 40 L, Minolta 16 mm Camera. or 765-4687. '
Tele. 7714042.GARAGE .
Phone 264 4525 "
NO MONEY DOWN. z rsa I. SALE: MARCH 4-5 -IBM.Cash1er/Checker,

Cash? GET THAT Bedroom suite, fabrics: ,clothing, Clerk Typist .
VW Convertible, Buick Electra, Train Now Pay Later. Jobs
< Household items. 4704 Not- open Student Loans Top jobsin
BIGOK tingham Road, Ortega Forest.ATTENTION. Jax area for trained people.
EXAMPLES OF LOANSON High school not required. No age
Real' Nice car. MON1NIAN limit. Day and night classes..
; Free Placement, Service Ac-
62 FALCON FUTURAR $41? $512 $600 credited by N. E. A. A.
& H Auto/trans., -iu.I
Call 356 5745
$23.001528.00 $32.40Abov
mad. .It .."'.c.v.r
55 VICTORIA HardtopA r.ttaym..t.IoM Ia othe ._lIft ., i 311 Florida Title Bldg. j
real Beauty! Red & for .'ili.r p.ri.A, .'. comp ;..kU.j '.. &- Ili r r

White with/ matching cILJJI. CUSTOM BUILT 4 BR, Lg.
Interior. BeneficialHow Home, 5 1/4 GI Loan must
63 TEMPEST' CONV. Qualify, Small down payment ',

4 spd., Baby Blue. big Is that Big get at Beneficial?Plenty bIg! Big as that- 771 7856.

61 GAL AXlE/ CONV. warm welcome: that greets you when you come In. Big as'all the + AMERICAN TUFTED
cash you get. Big as all the things the cash will do for you-like ip.d EARLY
Black with, Red Int. pay bills, take care of expenses, balance the family budget. That's Wing Back Sofa. Pumpkin Tweed
New 'Top.Lots big! Right Call up or come In. O.K.? And get that Big O.K.I. $45. Good Wood Youth/High
Chair $8... 264.2725.FOR .

of Cheapies. LOANS UP TO $600 RENT 2 B, House Comp.

Furn., Lg. yd. Orange Park,
Plenty of Compacts.Tire Beneficial Finance Co.of:Jacksonville' Will Rent to TAD Personnel"*or
5635 ROOSEVELT bachelors 264 6884.
WELCOME! We finance Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388-9374 TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD
E -. 3's, & up! .' ...... ... .. .. E..._.Ph.. ...I....fclU pog t f.f. ril. fflc!_.. -4 ..._.. .. ,t ; ., 337 -445J** .... ti t<,(1....' SJl r,".Ma1 q q., $ 00. :71 -
-- . . --.... .. .. ... _... _. "856 "" '
...... J # 4> JI. J'I./'v" ''\-nl\j
')'" \ ...r,1' .' I. +. t y '.".'." 11 t .1"-" r .. et.__R'Itl3's!' 1f1''xa/yYyvTft' i.t.J.7.-.J l 'J.vJ: ; rA-f rar7.J rJ71 c(#:tr2r tJfQ rllt<, .M.% t'""k1i.1' "

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ll ... Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 2, 1967

J. Golf Pro Shop Reopens H' Roll-Off Set CF Teams To Play At

For CF BowlersWith
After Move And Remodeling
the 6th ,Naval District Rockets Hockey Game
Bowling Tournament coming up
a in the latter part of April 1961
there will be a 24 game roll- Tuesday March 7, has been designated "Cecil Field" night at
- off In six-game blocks to deter- the Florida Rockets hockey game. The "Rockets" still hopingto
. 1L : mine who will represent NAS make the playoffs will be battling the "Nashville Dixie Flyers"in
N, Cecil Field. The roll-offs will their last home game of the season.
* r __ be held on March 13 through Hockey players won't be the only performers on the Ice Tuesday
March 17, 1967 at the NAS Cecil evening. A team made up of Cecil Field Station personnel will meet
r Field Bowling ,Lanes. To be the VA-44 team In a "Broom Ball Game" between periods of the
eligible you must have a 175 hockey game- For those unfamiliar with "Broom Ball" a wordof
average or above.At explanation The players wearing tennis shoes and equippedwith
the same time bowlers witha brooms, bat what resembles a volleyball from one end of the
l 170 average or over will be ice to the other trying to drive it into the opposing goal and at the
competing for a berth on one or same time attempt to keep their balance. Each team will be com-
'two teams to take part in the posed of 12 members half officers and half enlisted men. The
Florida State Bowling Tourna- strong Cecil Field team will be lead by Captain U.L. Fretwell,
Pf ment which will be held in Jacksonville Commanding Officer of NAS Cecil Field, while the highly rated
d'\b during the months- of May VA-44 team will be captained by Cmdr. J.W. Robert, Commanding':) (
and June. Officer of VA-44. ,I,' i I
All interseted personnel con- Box seats normally costing $2.50 will be available at Special
tact Al Trevino at Ext. 337 or Services for $1.25 for this great game. Two: busses will leave the
Pete Henderlite at Ext. 419 at barracks at 7:15 p.m. for the Jacksonville Coliseum and will return
NAS Cecil Field. after the game.Marines.

Bill Stott accepts key to the New Gall/ Pro Shop from (I to r) CF Rifle Fairs Take VA-174 Nips
-z EM3 H. McKinney/ DC2 H. W. Houghton and DC7 Henry Hill ..

BMCM W. H. Bunn and Lt. W. C. Church look on. Well II Foul Weather No.1 IM Spot PW 44-2

Last week the Golf Pro Shopat Pro Shop will be used for golf Last weekend two rifle teams In an Intra mural Basket- ,
NAS Cecil Field reopenedfor club storage. from NAS Cecil Field captured ball played'a tie
business In a new location, DC1 Henry Hill, Jr., DC2 J.W. first place honors in the-sharpshooter The Marine Barracks Basket- League contest
the VA
NAS Cecil Field
the Golf Club House. Houghton, and EM3 H. McKInney class and second placein ball Team at NAS Cecil Field gym, -
174 "Hellrazors" routed
To facilitate and centralizethe contributed considerable effort the marksmen class in a two- took sole position of first placein of 64
traffic of the NAS Cecil and off duty man hours in the day match held at Camp Bland Intramural play by edging the Works by a score 23.
Field Golf Course and Golf Pro project in order that the work Below freezing Stingers of VA-44 out of top spot The outcome was never In
ing. tempera-
doubt as coach W. H. Dean'schargers
and transfer would carry through and winds failedto by a score of 6964.
tures gusting
Officer went out to a fast first
; smoothly and with a minimum of hinder Cecil Shooters.In ., Mac McLaughlin led the scor-
by BMCM W.H. Bunn, initiatedthe interference to the demanding individual matches, three ing for the Marines by hittingfor quarter lead of 16 4.
the move by the of the 19 followed Catlett Coach Dean emptied the benchin
relocating Navy schedules golf course. Cecil shooters placed first and points by
Exchange Snack window In the The new Golf Pro Shop is now two shooters placed second. T. and Morris with 16 each., This the second quarter as he sent
F Club House to the front leavingthe open for business with adequate Bigler of VA 44 took first gives the Marines an 8-0 record in four substitutes. M. R.
large area in the rear for supplies and a very efficient sharpshooter in match *F 3, for the 2nd half of Intramural Klrshe came off the bench in

I the New Pro Shop. The old manager, Golf Pro Bill Stott. 200 yard slow fire in the play.In. quick that period field goals to connect for ten on points five,
a played earlier this
standing position. A. Diz of game
while the "Hellrazors" began to
the Marines the VA-
VFP 62 took first In week dumped
strengthen their lead by a 3C-9
44 Hornets 8567.
match % 4, 200 yard rapid- halftime.
margin at
I FOR QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATES fire in the sitting position. J. The Marines fast break gave Ball control was the name'ofthe
them a 25 point lead early in
D. Gallups, Weapons, tookfirst,
game in the third quarter
the third and the Hornets
WITH DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY marksman grand aggregate. W. quarter
action, as VA 174 outscored
E. Farley, Weapons, took sec- were never able to close the gap
their opponents 33-7 for a
'? Career opportunities in line management, ond marksman in match 4 5, the remainder of the"game.. period ending score of 53-
staff or.technical positions' F 600 yard slow fire in the, Four- of the Marine startershit 16. ',. /,_
In the Office of insurance position, J. Kerns, fuel for double figures led by In fourth .
,: Home a major company, 'prone Zip Morris with 20, Floard Cat- the period play new-
farm, took second marksmanin
comer 6' 3" F. W. Titus, -
lett with ,19,. Sandy Murray with
match< # 2, 300 yard rapid-
Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree-$7514 good potential that could
per year fire In the position. 16, and Mac McLaughlin with 15.
prone into for the"Hellrazor"
for Master's develop greatness
higher Degree
Hall, Navy Exchange; Pechan, quintet. With the
Weapons: and Pette rollie,VA-44 of reach the
Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales & Service all classified as marksman in Buy game Titus out with passes. He guardsfed Jumped -

the match. to the height of the basket
For more information,
Both the Marksman and
: ...? call Air.\ Lavery or Mr.\ Weaver sharpshooter team out' shot on for a shots fast break.R. and.even dunked one

398.8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.4:30, Mon thru Fri and out scored the Army, Bonds A. Quigley led In the
Air Force, and civilian teams scoring for VA 174 with 13'
-An Equal Opportunity Employer, entered. points. lie was followed by'

Krishe and Feherman with 10
points each. Titus, Bender, and
MILITARYAUTO T. G. Higgins each had 8 points.c




l, AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo. Team Won Lost

.4 A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY AGE21-24 Single $12.80 mo. Marines Bks 8 0
and Base Requirements VA 44 ( Stingers) 8 .,7VA ,
( We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect RobertMfr' is ft Associates Inc.
44 (Hornets) 8 2 .
1 Ion. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that ,
needed It. And guaranteed them 100,.for the repair or replacement VA 15 7 2
.t. of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000 miles. Comeon NAS 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388.3583
in and double check. USNS Moyport. Jax Beach 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421) VA-46 7' "f5'
\. VFP .
62 4'a "
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66 VW SEDAN& SUNROOF.$1595 V A 174 2' ;3" iV
65 VW SEDAN& SUNROOF.57295 -Ar4pgEY A 45 2'6" I
64 VW -$1095 Operations 1 -7Milpers
: 63 VW SEDAN& SUNROOF. .'. . .. .$950 1 '''8 '
62 VW 'SEDAN SUNROOF . . .$850 Public Works 0 8

KARMAN GH/A CPE. ..V.51050:
64 VW .57795 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 77J.3385 cr0)an

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luframiralBaskifbril Navyman Plunges 212 Ft. I

To New World's Record .
lE,. ter; f
; Bob Croft, englneman first The record descent comparable -
National League class added: individual emphasisto to the height of a 20 story
: the Navy's "under the sea"slogan
building was planned in detail.
Teams Won Lost ; : recently when he dove to Croft's mates were stationed
world's record for free
VW-4 10 1 a new
50 feet apart along a2in.nylonrope
VP 30 9 2 \ driving ((212 ft. 7 in.) in the weighted at the bottom.He .
NARTU 8 5 Atlantic Ocean two miles off Ft. and
: used 49 weight
a pound
.. 1 Lauderdale.
7 4
Hospital ___ hand brake as lie descended.The .
VP- 6 4 Croft, an Instructor at the 14 year Navy man continued
Ficeur 5 6 submarine escape school at for the additional 12 feet after
679th .4 5 Groton, Conn. had been planningthe
the fourth
passing frogman
MARTD 1 ,11 : venture for two years. at 200 feet, remembering that
Fit. Weather Fac. 1 13 Knowing that he would be facing |'
L a Greek salvage diver StottH
water pressure measuring out *
American League at 100 pounds per square inch Georghios had reached the same:
he was encouraged by compatriot 200 feet in murky blackness,!>
Teams Won LostSupply. The Sax Navy Fliers finished FloridaGeorgia Interservice: divers In the Navy's project 54 years earlier. "
i League play by picking up two forfeit: games at the expense of team. "Thirty Three Fathoms Total elapsed time of'the feat:
13 0 Glynco. Sporting a 19 5 conference record''the varsity hoop- Plus" plus the scientific cal- with two minutes, six second,!?
Marines 8 3 sters were runner up to downstate rival MacDill Air Force Base. cuations that ,concluded Croft without a vestige of mechanical;
VP-5 ; 8 5 Overall the Fliers were 25-9. with his strong 9.1 liter lung breathing apparatus. {
FAETtJ .- 8 5 Pictured above ( back row, left to right) are the men who madeup capacity was. capable of a 193 The new world's record hold-
VAP 62 *,7 3 the 1966 67 edition of the Fliers; Jim Owens, (VP 7)),. foot dive. er is 5 ft. 9 in., 170 lbs
Dispensary 5 7 John Edmonds, (AMD); Larry McConley, (VW 4)); Hank Hahorsen --- ---- -
ComFairJax 5 7 (Supply); Jerry Allen /VP 30)); and Cliff Ormsby, (VW 4)).,
Communications ."',' 4 10 Front row Chuck Bryson, (VW 4); Lou Rada (VP 30); Ken TAX PROBLEMS??
AFEES 2 10 Winkle (NARTU); and Sam Butler (VP 5)); Missing are Rester
ComOfflcers! : Mess! 2 12 Bryan (Hosp.) and Hugh Simmons (VP 45)), That is specialty!!
Coaching duties were handled by two men during the season; our .
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; P March 2, 1961i


I Ice Show Begins Coliseum Run NextThursday MID-

Sporting a'troupe of over 80 skaters, the 22nd edition of "Holi- tome '''in a skit titled, "Put a Mendoza In the adagio; and the
day on Ice" begins a four day run Thursday, March 9 through Tiger in Your Tank." McCutcheon sisters, 16 and 17 JAX'S NCWtST
Sunday, March 12 at downtown Jacksonville's Coliseum. Costing Seemingly untouched by age, year old Olympic Gold.Medalists
over $700,000 to produce the 2 hour and 30 minute Ice show is Eric Waite, the "Clown Princeof from Toronto Ontario.Kossmayer's .
one of three such companies currently touring the country: the the Ice" makes his reap- Mules are backin **
other two being "Ice Capades" and "Ice Follies". pearance along with slapstick a non skating audience
Comedy, always a strong point, In past "Holiday" productionsis artist Guy Longpre. participation comedy act. It
emphasized( even stronger this time around. It features the Billed by pre show publi- features those spectators who LET YOUR OLD
Maxwell's, an Austrilian duo of city as "the world's finest want to try to ride the "Un- CAR MAKE THE
l skating acrobats who have returned proficient bladesmen of the cast, skater" Ronnie Robertson head- rideable mules" that are train- DOWN
from Europe to join the Alfredo Mendoza and John La- lines the male skaters. Only 28 ed by Karl Mossmayer of Ho- PAYMENT
American show. Twoofthemore Due team up under a tiger cos- years' old, Robertson re established lland. h.- 4
himself in last year's Never thinking of forgettingthe
"Holiday" as the best free style younger set, "Holiday on r' -1
skater of all time.A "
Ice, includes "Happyland Jf.1 RAMBLER 4DR.
T. ( Village" with a theme set Classic Sta. Wag, Good
galaxy of beauty from far in outer space and the land of Solid car, Priced Right,
and near comprise the feminine make believe. AT!
skaters in the cast. There is Show times are Thursday and $688
Alice Quessy, prima donna of Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at
': the show; Juanita Percelly, 8:45 p.m. Saturday and Sundayat
ry Charlotte Ballauf, a German 1 and 5 p.m. Children will
skating ballerina; Sandy Wir- be admitted for half price at '66
will, star from Detriot. Jane the weekend matinees. VALIANT SIGNATE2DR.
I Morris, an Atlanta beauty win- Tickets are available through ., H/T, Fact. Warranty
ner who Is partner to Alfredo NAS Special Services Ticket Div- Lou Miles, Auto/
M trans, R & H.
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Sedan, Fact. Warranty,
Auto/trans., R & H.
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FIFTY FEMALE SKATERS form the chorus line In the "Ho//-/

I Holiday". This portion of the s '6S
Jay On Ice" production, "Happy j :
skating -troup Is tagged the "Glamour leers and theirs Is the ''IIMH FALCON Wag 6 cyl.FUTURASta. Auto/
seventh and final individual act in this year's show. trans, R & H, A/C.

Conference Teens'Prep For Championship Tourney .- $1188I. 54

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Eight Florida/Georgia: bowling one come st,Jax lead ing the group p.- 5
teams tuned up for a con- with a 5621 team series. Bob '
ference meet next Wednesday Wilkins, (Ficeur) carded a 643 64 CHEVY NOVA STA.,
March 8 McCoy AFB by for high series. Basko of May- Wagon, V/8. P. G. Air
Cond., R & H, PS, PB'
splitting Into two groups: port had high game with 246. ADE, the Ice show's tributeto
one rolling at Sanford and. the McCoy, Orlando and Sanfordmet the Corps, features the x $1388
other at Mayport last weekend. at Sanford. Take the
male female/ skating chorusIn
Teams scheduled
are to Short Route to 2
Jax, Cecil Field, Mayport' bowl six games apiece in the a parade march and manual
Glynco :and Moody AFB vied In championship. of arms drill. 9r -
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60 iMfraniird Teams DAYTONA BEACH AXLE, II'P. Cpe., Like
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New, V/8, Auto
lowl In Five Leagues pfjr WESCONNETTFLORIST $27 3 DAYS PS, R G H $1488

With the addition of the Pacific 2 NIGHTS
League, there are 60 teams.
j1 50 of 120 Room. Includes
competing in five leagues In this Oceanfront Room with Private '
,. peason's NAS Intramural BowlIng Bath 2 Breakfasts and 1 PONTIAC Cataline
Breakfasts and
- program. While two of the We wire Flowers (This price 2 not in H. T., Cpe., Fully equipped
effect during holidays and Fact. Air, Red Line
have limited
leagues played only Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at special events) Tlre$
matches, the other three arc., CITftft
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