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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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March 9, 1967


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Briefings, Inspections By VIP's. At NAS

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Three Atlantic Air Wings Discuss Problems, Marine/ Major/ General/ K.B. McCufc/ieon/ VIP Briefing Held At FAW-M

Captain John H. Burton, Commander Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN, Headquarters..
was the host for the Quarterly Wing Commanders' Conference.Rear Both the Naval Air Technical Training Center and the Marine
Admiral A. R. Matter, Commander Fleet Air Wings, Atlantic Aviation Detachment here will undergo, a brief informal, working On March 3 Commander Fleet
Fleet, presided.Also inspection on March 9 by Marine MaJorGeneral K. B. McCuthcheon, Air Wing Eleven Headquarters
present was Capt. W.T. Rapp Commander Fleet Air Deputy Chief of Staff (Air), from Headquarters Marine Corps, was the site of a VIP briefingfor
Wing THREE, from NAS Brunswick, Maine. Washington, D. C.Accompanying Mr. A.S. Kerr Office of
This was the first conference hosted by COMFAIRWING ELEVEN. the General will be Colonel Robert W. Kersey, Assistant Secretary of Defense
Prior conferences have traditionally been held in Norfolk. Virginiaat the Marine Corps Liaison Officer, with Chief of Naval Air Techni- (Installations and 1' Logistics) and .
COMFAIRWINGSLANT Headquarters. cal Training, NAS, Memphis, Tenn., along with Colonel R. F. Stein- Mr. M.M. Berkowltz, Naval Alf} F
kraus Lieutenant Colonel R. M. Fraser and M. G.,Dick- 'Command. Also ,';,
The Wing Commanders' Conference brings together the three- Captain Systems present. .
erson. were Capt. A.F. Huff, Capt. P.W.
Atlantic coast Fleet Air Wings to discuss problems that are uni- '
versal Anti Submarine Warfare operations. General McCutcheon and his party will arrive at 11:45 a.m. and .-Viscardi, and Capt. J.W. Shaw,
will be met by Captain T. B. Ellison, NATTC Commanding! Officer, all from OPNAV, and Capt. G.C. j
and Lieutenant Colonel John W.' Sullivan, MAD Commander. The Schoulda, COMNAVAIRLANT.
group will go directly to ,the enlisted personnel's Mess Hall # 3
for lunch and a tour of its facilities. '\
After lunch, the general Will be given a combined command

,... .' 31i briefing by Captain Ellison and Colonel Sullivan and taken on an
:lWl.0 .wt w
inspection,tour of NATTC training facilities. _
As director of Marine Aviation, General McCutheon will review -
the training and support given Marine students attendingthe slr
aviation electronics and ordnance schools at NATTC, where an
average of some ;1,300 Marine students are constantly in at-
tendance. Activities of. the Aviation Fundamentals School will
also receive'his attention since all Marine Corps Reservistsfor
assignment to Marine Aviation are assigned to this seven
i week :school for aviation orientation.
Upon completion of his inspection and tour, General McCutcheonis '
\h scheduled to depart for Washington, D.,C, at,4:00 p.m. <

Army Praises; PAO -. .. .
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Mr. Arthur .A/Slocumb/ Public Affairs Officer of I NAS Jax,was" ) M.A4S; ,-'KiirrwCop/John; : \ ''
presented with a', Letter of Commendation from Major GeneralJ. .Burton;:
C. Lambert, Commanding General,,IV United States Army Corps, The 'purpose of ,the, visit :was'to I'
Birmingham, Ala. ,obtain I information relative tothe
(L'RJ) RAdm. A. R. Matter and Copt. John H. Burton. The commendation was presented to Mr. Slocume ''by' Capt. Mar VP effort and support facilities

tin J, Stack, Commanding Officer of NAS_on March 6. In the Jacksonville area.
Included in the letter expressing the General's appreciation was: The distinguished visitors
ApproveHameChangeFor "I wish to express my sincere were welcomed by Capt. JohnH.
appreciation to ,you for your Burton, Commander Fleet Air
exemplary performance of duties Wing Eleven. Capt. Burton related -
while serving as Public Information COMFAIRWING Eleven's
! Officer for the Florida responsibilities and the organ!
Sector Command, IV United zation within ,the total patrol
States Army Corps from,June aviation effort.
The famed Navy "HurricaneHunters" Project Appollo space 25, 1962 to Jan. 21, 1967. The LCdr. W.R. Overdorff continued
based at NAS Jacksonville shot. outstanding manner in which you the briefing :with the importance
have a new squadrontitle. VW-4 has recorded over 55,000 conducted the Information Pro- t of the new Vp) Complexnow
Formerly known as Air accident free flight hours while gram throughout the Sector;your +.a+ under construction. He
borne Early Warning Squadron participating in many demandingand highly favorable relationship stressed the problems presently
Four AEWRON( FOUR) the varied reconnalssancd op- newspaper radio, and television 'being encountered and,the tremendous -
squadron's name is now Weather erations. media, civic organizations and advantages of the VP
Reconnaissance Squadron Four community leaders contributed Complex. LCdr.M.M.Weissman
.(WEARECONRON FOUR). Hurricane Ball immensely to the enhancementof briefed the group' on the nearly (
On Friday, February 17,. Control
The new designation, recently the Unied Army Reserve pro- I completed Operational l
approved by the Chief of Naval the "Hurricane Hunters" of gram as well as the United States Center and Antisubmarine Classification f
Operations became effective WEARECONRON FOUR (VW-4)) Army." Analysis Center adjacent .
March 1."The. observed the squadron's anniver- He also stated "I commendyou to the' Administration
new title more suitably sary at their annual HurricaneBall. for your loyal and faithful Building One. The briefing was
describes the squadron's primary service while employed with IV concluded by Loire R.C. Brown '
"Hunter"skipper A Unique "Hunter"Eleven who related the aircraft hangar-
mission United States Army Corps and Martin J. Stack presents
Cdr. V.Himelick in March Ing space problems that presentlyexist
Ronald years ago extend best wishes to you
of Commendation/ / to Mr.
weather 1956 John W. Sassaman / at NAS JAX.
oceanographic and sur- wasa for success and happiness Inyour t.
'velllance." 'twenty year-old airman in new endeavors. Arthur A. Slocumb. Following the briefing, the
Airborne CIC work is the Weather Reconnaissance Squadron group was escorted_ to Patrol
squadron's secondary mission. Four, the famed Jackson- squadron Five for a demonstration r
As the only Navy squadronon ville-based "Hurricane Hunt of the complicated process a
the continent providing advance ers". Learn French ESO Offering ,that is involved, in fitting a P-3 }f
warning against the approach 'That Airman has come.a long ; ,Aircraft into the old style hangar. | :
of destructive tropical way with the squadron since that
storms and hurricanes, VW-4 time. (In March,VW-4 Commanding Mobil Bank ?f't
has been performing aerial hur- Officer, Cdr. Ronald V. College Course With No Fee t
ricane reconnaissance since Himelick administered the oath RM Payday !
1943.' of office and ATCS Sassaman
Last year the"Hurricane Hun- became a warrant officer. This,
ters", flying Lockheed WC-121-N indeed, is a proud accomplishment Following the recent success ofa that anyone qualified and inter- C..f.....
Constellations flew 12 but Is non-credit college level coursein ested in teaching French contact
Super it a unique one, too, March i
Conversational Spanish, the the same office. Commencing Thursday, }
named tropical storms or hurri- in that all of WO-1 Sassaman'sadvancements
canes making 63-"eye" penetra- were made in the Educational Services Off ice Is attempting All inquires concerning this 9, and each subsequent payday,
tions. same squadron. to present the same typeof program should be made between the Barnett First National Bank,
This latest advancement could course In Conversational March 9 14. The courses will Naval Air Station Facility, will
Another squadron activity is well be the last In VW-4 for the French. be free; the only costs involved provide a mobile check cashing
Gloria Amatrudi Educa- will be $5.00 registration fee facility, which will cash military
Project Stormfury, a joint De- veteran' of 17 hurricanes and over Ens. a ,
partment of Commerce Navy 5,500 flight hours, however. In tional Services Officer requestsall and the cost of texts used in the personnel Government pay checks
those who would be interestedin course. at the following locations:
project designed to modify the May, the new warrant fleer will
structure of hurricanes.The report to NAS Pensacola for an taking such a course to contact The courses are non- 8 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Hangar '
"Hurricane Hunters" are officer indoctrination course and the Educational Services Office, accredited, but do offer those Building 115
also assigned the task of weatherand following that, another duty sta Ext. 618/8556. The course would taking them an excellent 9:45 a.m.10:45 a.m. Hangar f
sea; condition reconnaissance require at least 25 students before opportunity to learn a foreign Building 140 :
flights In conjunction with each tion.WO1 Sassaman's next goal is it can be offered. language on a conversationallevel. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. NATTC f,

.Z Gemini space shot and the forth- an LDO commission. Ens. Amatrudi also requested (mess hall) Building 554 i


'. l; sa.e ;:f"J'J J ut: : 'l'"tJ i j March 9, 1967


0iv me er V t < p I
Stop ForBy A Moment

Saints' Hold First FaMily Night ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Ed Sowa
All Saints' Protestant[ Chapel will hold their first Family Night Edward's Chapel

starting at: SBO? ; p..\hA on bunday. March 12, In the Chapel Center.A the comment"The United States In comparison:
spaghemJ'sapperJrtil;; be served first, (Adults $.75 Chidren 11 Very often we hear
nation and as such it
nations of the world is a young can
and. under5P ) ftnlati alfyou care to eat basis. SUNDAY'MASS0900&1100 to other "
have much of a tradition. It Is true that the
'\\E' Uowl iIthlm1.t'1 of will be shown for the hardly be said to
a program cartoons DAILY MASS, - 1145 nation but It has developed a tradition
children and a short worship period followed by a discussion will SATURDAY MASS1045 United States Is a young when compared to others of varying nations
be presented to the Adults. The speaker for the evening will ConfessionsSaturday which is quite unique

The Reverend Albert Kessllng, Pastor of Riverside Presbyterian 1700 1730 & 1900-1930 of the world. ? According to the dictionary tradition is defineda
Church. Dr. Kissling will speak on the subject of education of What Is tradition or practice that has the effect of an
children. Dr. Kissling was the write In candidate for the Duval long-established something which
which is conventional,
County Board of Public Instruction and has just accepted the positionof unwritten law; something
the North and South American Area Chairman of the World Alliance U.S Naval Hospital does not change. of
have certain amount pertinence to the
This definition does a
of Reformed Churches throughout the World Holding the
United States. Thereare certain things in this country that do not
Reformed Presbyterian Order. SUNDAY MASS - 0800 of
change such as life liberty and the pursuit happiness. Yet in
FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205 another manner of speaking tradition can hardly be:? said to applyto
Springboard 67" For VP-45 the United States. -
DIVINE. SERVICES The one entity that has dominated the history and "tradition"of
Patrol Squadron FORTY FIVE departed U. S. Naval Air Station PROTESTANTAll the United States since Its very beginning is that of energy and

Jacksonville, Florida, Saturday, February 25, for U. S. Naval Saints Chapel competition. This may be said to be the TRADITION of the United
Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. The Red Darters will spendtwo States. Both these words energy and competition suggest change
weeks in participating in Operation SPRINGBOARD an Intense SUNDAY'S however rather than conformity. This is precisely the point;

period of study and training, to ensure, complete squadron 0800 -'--Holy Communion The United States has never remained anchored to conformity or
anti submarine warfare readiness. The Squadron anticipates 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship stagnation; it has constantly forged ahead to establish somethingnew
having all ASW crews In an Alfa Status upon their return to the rather than to live In the past.
Naval Air Station. Alfa Status denotes the achievement of the SUNDAY SCHOOL There Is however a major' danger associated with competition
highest ASW readiness obtainable by a United States Navy Patrol ------chapel Annex namely that a "dog-eat-dog" attitude may arise while one is
Squadrpn.: dd4w fl. Building 722 competing to accomplish something and to get ahead. This dangeris
one to be avoided. An element of humanitarianism should pervade

VP 7 For Canadian WEDNESDAY'S while competition Is practiced.If .
Swaps Squadron 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal we keep a very famous, saying in mind and modify It to a
THURSDAY certain extent we can see the reasoning and the necessity of humanitarianism -
Fourteen officers and six enlisted men of the 404 Squadron, In competition. "One never stands so tall as when one
2000 Christian Science Service
Royal Canadian Air Force, landed at NAS Jacksonville on March stoops to help a child." So also one never succeeds so well and
5, to take part ,ln an operational exchange visit with VP 7. The SECOND MONDAY of Each Month reaches one's goal so quickly as when one stops for a moment to
Canadian crew Is commanded by Flight P. G. Walker, and basedat 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo help another.
Greenwood Nova Scotia. (Small Chapel)
VP 7 Skipper Cdr. A. N. Fowler was on hand to officially
I welcome the Canadians as they stepped from their four engine U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL 1 ,
Argus aircraft. The main purpose of the exchange ,program is to Sunday's - 100C
enable Canadian and American ASW crews to swap ideas and information -

concerning their common: operational mission. CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT \
During the week the Canadians are touring facilities at NAS \
JAX as well as the Jackonville area and surrounding points of
interest including Cape Kennedy. Next week Crew 9 of VP 7 Today-
will return to visit to Greenwood. Choir Practice at 7 p. m.

Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.
Y3 Y N, $f b Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. ,
Communion on the first Sundayof

the month., .
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: :
Mass Thursday! Sunday, March 9. 12 ,:*:
11:20 a. m.
__ ___.. Sunday- J

8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-' HOLIDAY ON ICE":

fessions heard before each Mass. .

March 9 at 8 p.m. tickets; $2.50 and $1.50.

March 10 at 8 p.m. tickets/ ; $3.00-and $2.00.

Traffic March 11 at 1 p.m. tickets; $2.50 and $1.50.

March 11 at 5 p.m. tickets; $3.00 and $2.00 Adults
STANDING/ BESIDE THEIR FOUR ENGINE/ ARGUS AIRCRAFT/ ViolationsThe Children, $1.75 and $1.25.
are the officers,and enlisted men of Crew Six, 404 Squadron,
Royal Canadian Air Force. The members of the Canadian team March 11 at 8:45 p.m. tickets; $3.00 and $2.00
following Is a reportof March 12 at 1 tickets $3.00 and $2.00 ,
arrveeat HAS JAX on March 5 to take part In an exchangevisit p.m. ;
with VP 7. motor vehicle accidents and March 12 at 5 p.m. tickets; $3.00 and $2.00.
traffic violations for the periodof

May Buy Sirplus Property Number of Accidents "
MENT: 'Season Books, DoUr Grounds $24.00. Buttons
This Week - - -7
Effective April 3, 1967, all persons or organizations except 2.00. .
Total Accidents this through
those listed below will be entitled to purchase surplus foreign year ;,1
March 6, - - -47 ,
excess and exchange/sale property from Department of Defense Number of Accidents through -'

selling activities. March 1966 - '_ '- -74 Tickets be purchased for these ;
may events at Special'
Those riot",entitled to purchase are as follow: auctioneers and '
Number of Violations
Services, Bldg.; 704 Ext. 444.
for the of ,
others under contract to a military activity purpose
This Week - -58
conducting a specific sale or sales, their agents and employees, ,
Speeding - - -18
and Immediate members of their households; military and civlian
Reckless Driving - -1
personnel of the United States): Coast Guard whose duties Include Chaplains
Going through Stop Sign6 Message
for within the
any function or supervisory responsibilities or
Other Violations - 33
Defense Property Disposal Program their agents employeesand Thirty drivers appeared be-
immediate members of their households; persons under 21 fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat

years of age., the meeting held on March 7. Pure
For additional information call the Supply Department, Disposal Disposition of the cases Includedthe Democracy"In

Division Extension 292/8343. following: Nine lost drivingand

parking privileges aboard 1790 an English politician Edmund Burke wrote in defense -
station for various periods. Two of the democratic process: "is It then a truth so universally
NEWS were assigned to complete a six- acknowledged society can be thrown that a man is not permittedto
hour course in remedial drivingat hesitate about Its merits, without the suspicion of being a
Jax Police Academy; Six friend to tyranny that is, of being a foe to mankind?' In saying

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper received suspensions. Seven this, Edmund Burke laid out clearly the blessing of a federal democracy
were given warnings; Four dismissed of the sort under which both Great Britain and the United
elstributeeeach at the t/i/ S. Naval Air
: Two fined ( U. S. States live. The privilege of free and clear expression of our praisesand
Station, Jacksonville, Florida/ by the Holt Publishing Commisioner); and Six referred our gripes Is to be guraded as a pearl of greal price. Any sup-
Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted use In ,to commanding officerfor pression of such free expression through the innuendo of 'Communist
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public possible disciplinary action. sympathizer' Is totally out of place.

Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 12.-00 noon The 30 drivers were assesseda "Under the blessing a minister, priest or rabbi can criticizethe
Monday before publication. News items are welcomed/ total of 41 points. government without interfering with the distinction between church
on and state. A citizen can disregard the commands of boss whethera
EV 9-77M Ext. 8762. a ,
from all Telephone ,
sources labor
czar or a big businessman should his -
they conscience
go against
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher : a student may rebel or a Negro walk, or a John Bircher
queries concerning such should be directed to: BuyBonds raise every alarm.

The Holt Publishing Company 150 Blanding Blvd. "The greatness of our land rest upon the foundation of free and

Jacksonville. Florida/ 32210, Telephone 387 4451 fearless self* "' expression. We may critlze today and if the 'turn
the rascals out tomorrow. But If we live In fear of public censure
of our self expression and don't
speak out because afraid
we are
VOL. 24 NO. 48 MARCH 9, 196JtSm. then we Imperil our pearl of freedom. You or I may not like what

the other has to say' but we must each defend, with our lives if
necessary his right to it."
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Johasoi Ends Nival Carttr All-Navy Comic Cartoon Contest BeginsAll l II

Navy personnel on active the commanding officer of his pply appropriate data above and
designated representative.Note should make the following state-
eligible duty and to ttetr submit dependents entries to are the : Dependents should su- ment: "I am dependent of.....;.
Twelfth All-Navy Comic Cartoon rate/grade, etc."

Contest. All entries submitted will become -
Comic (gag or situation) car- the property of the Department -
toons to be acceptable, must of the Navy for use
have aNavythemeorbackaround.: as desired and will not be re;
must be in good taste, and must turned.
be suitable for general use. Appropriate All-Navy championship
Cartoons must be in black er awards furnished by the .1"
ink on 8" x 10 1/2" white paperor Chief of Naval Personnel, will :
illustration board. be forwarded to the respective
Contestants may enter as many commanding officer for presen- I '
cartoons as desired, but each tation to the first' five. place I '
entry must contain the following winners. The winning cartoons
,information and statements will be published in ALL HANDS
securely attached directly to the magazine and suitable notations
J-4. back of the entry: I will be made in subsequent
(1)) Full name of originator. issues of the "Special Services
((2)) Rate/grade. ((3)) Service/file Newsletter."
number. (4)) Duty station. "NO, NO, HOI! When i said Forward all entries submittedto
((5)) Name of hometown and hometown paint the Captain's HEAD, reach the Chief of Naval Per-
I meant. .'* sonnel (Ann Pers-GU) by July
Johnson being piped over the side. newspapers( ) ((6)) 11967.
recreation fund administrator

Retirement ceremonies were Navy career that began back in ((7)) A brief',statement certifyingthe
held last Friday morning in front October 1944. cartoon is original. ((8)) "All 111cI.I.LJ Yards From The Gate
of the NAS Cecil.Field Adminis- During his tour here at NAS claims to the'attached entry are
tration Building for Chief Aviation Cecil Field, Chief Johnson was waived and I understand the Department I
Structural Mechanic: Willie leading petty officer of the Struc- of the Navy may use Laundry & Cleaners
G. Johnson. tural Airframes Shop in the Air- as desired. Signed.............
After inspecting men of his craft Maintenance Department. ((9)) "Forwarded. Signed by & lean's Tailor Shop f

division.sented a .citation Chief Johnson for Meritorious was pre- He. is married to the former 0409 Roosevelt Blvd. EV4-2857 i

Service by Cmdr. D.C. Taylor, Miss Sammy Cannon of Ocean rj; ;;;j' "l
station executive officer. Following Springs, Miss. They have five kwppi's
the presentation Chief children and will reside Rose- LAUNDRY STARS EMBROIDERED ,>
Johnson passed through the side- hill, N.C., where Chief Johnson CLEANING ,ACCESSORIES
boys consisting of fellow chiefs, will be employed with a construc- : Welcomes : TAILOR SHOP RATES '
thus closing out a continuous tion firm. )
All Service EMBLEMS N.. ,

I Me An ally Retires On TwentyUpon I Personnel : HARRY SEZ: "

completion of 20 yearsof Nine at NAS Cecil Field. From Pizza/ Spaghetti Lasagna
Naval Service, Roy A. Mc- Cecil Field, be entered AE"B" Steaks Sandwiches/ With Spring coming' on It's time to think of Whites r;
Naval School NATTC, NAS & utilities again.' We do 'em up, put all the starch
Instructor at at Jack-
Anally an
: you want 'in them and all for 75* a Set. (With shirt, .
Air Maintenance Training De- sonville.Upon completion of "B" Beer-Wine instead of Jumper ONLY 65*. ;
tachment 1016 was piped over school, tie went to VF-161 at
the side on February 28, 1967. NAS Miramar, Calif. In Sep- SUN thru THURS
On February 24, "Mac" was tember 1963 he reported to 5:00 p.m. 72:00 :
presented with commemorative NAMTD 1016 at Cecil Field. \
plaque from the Commanding officer At present Mac's plans are '
of NAMTG. Captain G.T. indefinite; but fishing and boat- 5:00 p.m .0 2:00 pmJ
Maxwell denoting his many outstanding ing are uppermost in his mind Ucitri 910 Klr
achievements during his for the immediate future. FO'r'r
naval career. 1...


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Pfc. Edward Vtaldorph

Club was AN Martin D. Pollack of .*.***.. '
.... NATTC Officers' Social
held a No Host Cocktail Party Class 642A. AN Pollack com-
The Marine Corps recently gram. Those who are not col- at the Officers dub February pleted the 18 weeks of AO (A) Starting the month off right
established new requirements for lege graduats will be admin 28. Approximately 150 people School with a final average of was PNC A. R. Hedrick of
the enlisted commissioning pro- istered the armed forces insti- attended the party where heavy 89.46T NATTCs Educational Services
gram to meet the urgent need for tute comprehensive college ***.**..
hor d' oeuvres were served.Alsoin Office. Capt. Ellison ad 1nlst-
Marine officers. tests. Complete: information attendance members of Honorman from Leadership
eredthe Reenlistment oathto PNC
The intent of this programis about the program is publishedin the CNATECHTRA Compre- School Class 67/B was HM3 Hedrick On March 1st Chief
to commission young marines MCO 1040.9E. Interested hensive Team. David J.Leonard USNR,attached ;
Inspection Hedrick reenlisted for
who can be profitably utilized in individuals are urged to contact Capt. Thomas B. Ellison to the NATTC Dispensary. HM3 a periodof
the "unrestricted officer struct- their unit career advisors. NATTC CO, extended a farewellto Leonard completed the three four years.
ure". It is not intended as Applications for this program Cdr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. week school with a total of 1369 ........
a normal outlet in the enlisted may be forwarded by commanding Cooney upon his retirement. At points out of a possible 1500
career pattern for individualsmore officers at any time. ThereIs the same time, Capt. Ellison points for a final average of
suited for the Warrant established for Naval Air Technical Training
not period extended a warm welcome to 91.3 SO/o.
Officer and temporary officer submission. Cdr. and Mrs. Justin G. Ballou Capt. Ellison complimented the Center can breath a sigh of
program.For Young men selected for this, the new Executive Officer; Lt. students on their fine appearanceand relief now that the Annual Com-
Marines on active duty program will attend a 10 week R. Potter Special Services/Dis- accomplishments while several prehensive Inspecton has fin-
there is no minimum active duty officer candidate course at -aster Control: Officer; Lt.jg( ) J. Division Officers looked on. ally passed.

requirement however applicantsmust Marine Corps SchoolsQuantico. Morris, Discipline Officer; and .
have at least 12 months Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Ray O'Connell ******** RAdm Tuttle arrived Wed
nesday March 1 had lunch with
obligated time remaining at the civilian assistant to the Enlisted
time of application. Only 30 days remain- Personnel Officer. Congratulations are extendedto Adm Caldwell before the Inspection -
Marina 20 through 26 yearsof ing. Reenlist for promotionto ******** AN Joel F. Sorrellsand of the NATTC Personeel
age with a GCT score of 120 Sergenats Corporals: and Aviation Electrician's Mate(A) the members of Class 640, at one o' clock.
or more are eligible for the pro- Lance Corporals: MCBUL 1133 School named AN Joseph L.Des- Aviation Electrician 's Mate (A) Although numerial grades have
of June 1966 expires on March iderio of Class 638 "Honorman School. Class 640,'under Class not beeen received yet the over-
31, 1967. Cpls. with 6 monthsin Leader Sorrells'readership won all comments at the critique
of the Week.AN Desiderio com-
HONDA grade and LCpl. or PFCs pleted the 22 weeks of AE (A) the honor class competition three indicated all department did ex-
with 4 months may be'promote School with a final average of times during the period of cellent.
MOTORCYCLES one grade ,upon reenlistment.Also 93.03Ta January 4 through January 22. RAdm Tuttle complimented
available is choice of duty .**...** A commendation has been made a NATTC Personnel on their
w. Give Merchant Green Stamps station retraining and many additional "Honorman of the Week"from permanent pan of AN Sorrells' oustanding appearance at the

Open Dally 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Career Advisory benefits.NCOI See! your unit Aviation Ordnanceman (A)School Service Record. Personnel Inspection.

Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.: .

Closed. Sundays All Saints To Prtstit Bach OratorioOn SHORT STORY I

MO.TORSYaCYCLES Palm Sunday March 19, at 7:30 p.m., in the All Saints' Chapel CONTEST ANNOUNCEDThe
on Birmingham> Road, the choirs of the Orange Park Episcopal
Church, the All Saints' Chapel Senior Choir and the All Saint's $100 fiction writers are
in cash professional
Chapel Children Choir will combine their talents to perform the awards
4949 Blinding be the least barred from this particular com
may important aspect -
immortal oratoria "The Passion According to Sain Matthew"by
of the Contest chairman Is
Johann Sebastian Bach. This will highlite this year's Holy Forces Writ- petition.
of New York
Nicholas ,
PH 771-8244 League's Georgia
ers Amateur Short
I Week schedule at the All Saints' Chapel. ( See next week's Jax .
Story Contest the most director of the League's literary
Air News for further details.)
important award to many will marketing service. Entries will

f. be the professional evaluationand by judged anonymously be a.

F:., criticism which each entry. group of professional writersand
will receive. editors.
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'' }. civilian employees veterans, can be obtained by writing to
".' YOU CANT LOSE and others interested in the the Armed Forces Writers League -
I' WITH A Armed Forces if for unpubli- George Washington Station
, ,,' ""': .. shed of Va. 22305
stories 1800 wordsor Alexandria ,
,. less on any subject and closeson Would be writers with hot
: WESTSIDE ATLANTIC April 1. story ideas but big questions
There is a $50 first prize and concerning manuscript prepara-
BANKSAVERS 25 other awards in addition to tion 'and other how to detailsof
evaluation for sales potential the writing profession can
and detailed criticism obtain ready aid through the Lea-
[ entry will receive. This con- gue's technical bulletins another
: 'T 7 :,,. test is intended to encourage special aids available to
: beginners and: new talent new members.

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Select. Promotion Sun. Workers Due 11

Bulletins Ready
Firefighters and other Federal tours of duty -- for I
For; Application employees who work long odd- hours on duty and 24
hour tours of duty Involving with a 60-hour work
standby time will be paid addi- already are paid
The following Merit Promo- tional compensation whenever pensation ranging from
tion Bulletins are currentlyopen they work 20 or more Sundays ina percent ((25 percent:
for receipt of applica- 'tM ....., 6 year, under changed civil ser- maximum payable ) of
tions. The area of competition \ vice regulations whichwillbe retroactive compensation.The .
and date for receipt of applications t to July 18, 1966. changes: will
for each is shown ; The changes are in accord additional compensation
below. :,:'t with the Federal Salary and those who meet the
MPB No. 30 67 Super- I Fringe Benefits Act of 1966. of working 20 or more
visory 11, GS Aerospace- 12 Area of Engineer GS- ,' .J} j ,, .L J Employees who work from 20 in a year.
competition ; (: to 40 Sundays in a year will have
Nationwide* Applications will It'!";. .f t,<' 1< /1 their additional annual rate of An estimated 180,000
be accepted through the closeof "" compensation increased by 2.5 have filed applications
business March 17 1967. "rl' percent. Those who work more the nationwide Office and
MPB No. 39 67 Supervisory than 40 Sundays in a year will Assistance
Supply Clerk Gb:: 10 : .
have their additional annual rate summer employment
Area of competition WAS Jax, )}1: -1 of compensation increased by 5 This compares with

be COMFAIRJAX accepted ,through Applications the closeof MRS. EDNA V. VtANAMAKERJIeft) of the Stock Control Bran- percent.Employees with longodd-hour nation.applications for the4966

business March 13, 1967. ch was presented the Navy's lapel emblem, symbolic of 20
MPB No. 40 67 Supervisory .- years Federal service March 1. In the combined ceremony, ':.:.:.:-:.:-.:-..-:..:--:...:...:-.--:.:-:-..:_-:...:_.:_..:.....:-:-:.-:-..:-:.:-:-:---:..-:.-.:..-..:..-:.-....:....:...........:-..:-......:....:.;.:.....S..:;..!'.:L........-...-...-..;-......:.<<-..-. .
Supply Clerk GS 7 Cdr. J. B. Flock also presented Mrs. Irma A. Thomas, (Dis-
Area of competition NAS posal Division) with a 515 Beneficial Suggestion Award check.
'Jax. COM!:AIRJ AX. Applications MAW
will be accepted throughthe ti ,1,1i
1967.MPB close of business March 13, Revised Facts

No. 41.67 Supervisory
,Supply Clerk, GS 7 Area of Leaflet IssuedThe Northeast Florida's 'i
Competition NAS, Jax., COM i A..th1
FAIRJAX; Applications( v/11 be Civil.Service Commissionhas W.r .
accepted through the close' of Issued Federal EmployeesFacts
business March 13, 1967. Leaflet No. 3 revised as t SALES
MPB No. 42.67 ,- Supervisory of December, 1966. This leaf- 4. !
Recreation Specialist(Gen let incorporates Civil Service
eral) GS 10, Area of competition Retirement Act Amendments ,of 1! /ti'.q Mdi : J SERVIcEL : !
NAS Jax, COMFAIR 1966, approved July 18, 1966..
JAX., NAS ,Cecil Field, ..Fla: Copies of this leaflet have been PARTS OHAHA"f
Naval Station Mayport, Fla.; ordered. When they are received i
NATTC, Jax., Fla. and NAS, all employees subject to Mercedes-Benz

Sanford, Fla. Applications Will the ,Retirement Act' will be furn- : Phone 35M32U5034 .Philips Hwy.US 1
be accepted through the close ished with a copy. '
.' 'business, ( March' 20'. -1967. ,Those employees" desiring information oc Lo t I U. S. J So. Just North of University Blvd.)?
concerning; then!.revisions I :::::=::::::::::: :;: : -:vttw&wmtmsmll'l : ; : :: ::: :: : : ::::: ;:;:;;:; t"
Applicants for the'above positions of the Civil Service'Retire
should be filed with the ment System can obtain the information -
Industrial Relations Department, by contacting the Industrial The 89th Congress passed,and
U. S. Naval Air StationJackson- Relations Department or the President signed into action
ville Fla., 32212. the Personnel Generalist of the more than a score of laws affec- 1
department in which employed. ting Federal employees. Thisis lP.
For further information regarding the sixth in a series of new ;
these positions see CSC Announces Exams public laws. BE! ""
the copies of the bulletins, Hours of Work -- Public Law j I \ .... .
or call Ext. 684, Recruitingand '...
The following examinationshave 89-478 permits variation of the \ "1.\
Examining Branch, Industrial been announced by the 40-hour workweek of Federal
Relations Department, U. Civil Service Commission: employees for educational pur- FOR THE MiliTARy.
S. Naval Air Station,Jacksonville Guard G! 2, GS 3 and poses. The act provides discre-
Florida. GS 4 ( $392 through $4776 tionary authority for the headof
per annum) any agency establish special
Commissary Worker $1.81 tours of duty so that an em- A Completely
per hour through $2.38 per hour) ployee may attend schools at
Applications for Guard will be his own expense in order to i 1 r loekkt ._
accepted through March 13,1967. improve educational and profes-
The position of Guard is restricted sional qualifications for employment. Year I.tlr..
entitled to Vet- -\
to persons -- it
erans Preference. MH! f
Applications for Commissary 32801. -
APARTMENTSCONVENIENTLY Worker will be accepted until Full information concerningthe BeiefitslY f
further notice. They should be examinations can be obtained i
filed with the Interagency Boardof by contacting the Industrial -
U. S. Civil Service Examiners Relations Department Hlmttt4 that 1111."'''' "f th.un4* tf .. my .). kavt/ yur pcr<...l k,n .
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THE'J'JAXON LANCERS maintain a reputation of superior performance. of their liberty hours to practice / of the United States, Hu '
tions. FIRST/ PLACE HONORS were awarded the Jaxon Lancers for their performance/ In the Orange -
The Jaxon Lancers,a precisiondrill tion Ordnanceman School. Park Mardi// Gras Festival Parade.
team from the Naval Air Participation in drill team activities tion for superior performanceseven !
Technical Training Center,JAX, requires much of t the! with rapid membership vals and many other civic events States, Hubert H. Humphrey, at performance prior to the commissioning -
is a voluntary organization composed student's' free time for practice turnover due to graduation from throughout Florida and Georgia. the commissioning ceremoniesfor ceremonies.The .
of non-rated sailors from and performance since this is school. Their excellence as a T They participated in the 1966 the Navy's' Atlantic Undersea team was highly compli--
THIS : the NATTC's' Avuation Elec- done during his off duty hours. performing unit, resulting in National American Legion .Convention Test and Evaluation Center (Au- mented by Vice President
highly inspiring exhibitions, is Parade in Washington. TEQ), February 26..
trician's Mate School and Avia- Drill team maintains a reputa- Humphrey for their outstanding
WEEK-END indicative of the high caliber D.C., and just recently, the team The ceremonies took place at performance.IMPORTED S
and true Navy spirit of team- received the first place Directors the International Airport, West

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their performance in the Orange More than 8,000, spectatorswere .. t: ; \' _f f.. '.'..r'' '"JS'Jr"' i 4
DRIYhTakethe Continuing Thni man.Lt.. D.F. Walsh, Phase Officerof Park Mardi Gras Festival on hand for the ceremoniesand nSavlngs.'onds ,
The Mnntfcnt. March- Aviation Electrician's' Mate Parade. STARTS FRIDAY Y
r1rJfEPa ((1)) A School, is the Officer in One of the teams'' -_.. --. The blockbustqr story ,f':
Fried SHRIMP Dinner charge of the drill team.. and outstanding exhibitionstook most recent .?j.>.:SLKto=:?::;:::;:;:;:>;:ttWxyxx'::::::::::::::::::::::::::&::::::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::-::::::::::::;:::: ::::. of a fighting marine

The Jaxon Lancers have performed r- place when they served as *
: at fairs, parades, festi- the military Honor Guard for PARTS | Shanghai Jack Connell,
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'62 RAMBLER 4DR. .

Classic Sta. Wag, Good h I
Solid car, Priced Right, 4r

AT; $688 & : ,

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ta first regular meeting of the VAP 62 Tlgerettes was heldat
66 the Pirates Cove Room, Bluejackets Inn, on- March 1. Those
VALIANT SIGNATE present were ( Back row, L R) Gail Boise Clair, Judy Shinn.
2DR., H/T, Fact Warranty % ,
Barbara Barnett, Francis Shadburn Vickie Davis Lorraine Rocker -
Low Auto/
(t trans/-, R & H. s$ ,: fl Gail Rogers, ( Front row, L R) Jean Frey, Bea MisKinisand
$1188 Jean Pieper. The Tigerettes will meet the first Wednesday of
each month at the Pirates Cove Room.

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'61 CHEVROLET BEL- .u 't' < 41 a, ?izz4 mem

AIR R&H.- 6 cyl., Std Shift., kfit fart ;

$588 Copf. William//// W. Loy (right), NARTU Training Officer, Is congratulated ( TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM

upon his promotion to captain by Cop/ Carl D. Sim- '; ; PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS


f65 FALCON FUTURASta. William W. Loy, NARTU Jax In June of 1965, Capt. Loy \ 'J
Wag.. 6 Cyl., 'Auto/ Training 'officer, was recently was assigned to his present
.trans.. R & H, A/Q promoted to the rank of Captain. post as the NARTU Training OUR SPCCIAL TY"
Capt. Loy reported aboard Officer. )
$1788 NARTU Jax on March 10, 1963 Capt. Loy, in addition to the HOURS:
and was assigned Personnel. Navy Commendation, has been 4O4> Sun.-Thurs./ 4pm- 11:3opn'
Officer. awarded the following medals Friday 4pm'lam
In the spring of 1964, he was World War H Victory, National e Saturday 1 llam-lam
DODGE DART G.T. awarded the Navy Commendation Defense Service Armed Forces
Hard Top 4 speed, R & Medal. This was in re cog Reserve, Naval Reserve,American 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170
H. nition of Capt Loy's actions as Defense, American Campaign -
$1288 co. pilot of one of the NARTU and the Asiatic/Pacific.
helicopters that participated in -, Capt. Loy a family pre- .
the rescue operations,-Dec. 29, .jfently reside :l ii Orange ;Park: i l' : ; All Servicemen dire WELCOME," 1963, at the Hotel Roosevelt *:******* .*:* a A 1 lys' << -.. -
fire' disaster in downtown Jack- Lutheran. Service Center
64 FORD "500" GAL- sonville. Lcdr. James. A. Meadows,
AXLE, H'top, Cpe., Like Jr., Security Officer, aboard NAS "': Home Ytuny .. .
New, V/8, Auto-matie JAX'S GREATEST Glynco Ga., swore his 'son into Ji from ulomeSftftft. .

PS.RGHJ 1488 FURNITURE Jax the ,Naval March Air 9,Reserve 1967' NARTU ::: ::::: :::::=: =:=:;=;= :;:. 19 W, FORSYTH STREET "(-:;.:..:..::;SSS:;::.::::::::::::::::::::

Lcdr. Meadows' son, David
VALUES* entered the Naval Air Reserve'sTwo Ping Pong POOL TABLES Shuffleboard .
by Six Program and r.v. ;:: Mon. thru Thurs.
PLYMOUTH SPORT WH0LEAl.r plans to be an aviation electri- Radio ::::r 6:00: P.M. to 11:00 1 t P.M.
FURAT... ; cians mate during his naval car- ti .
PRICE TO EVERYONE Rtcord Player ::
R & H,. ExceiientCond., : FridayCounselling
Fact, eer.A ::: 6:00 P.M. to 12 Midnight
$1788 24 year veteran of the
Warranty. Pastor available when ::
you : Saturday
OPEN Navy, Lcdr. Meadows lives in
and need t 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
want :
r ono ss
EVERYDAY Brunswick Ga., with his wife
ti1r ( and four children. Recreation ::: Sunday
*****lit Followshlp :::r: 2.00 P.M. to 11100 P.M.
99 t slltU
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BARRACUDA, Auto SUNDAY There was more cause for
R & H, White, Gold Interior 7 VAT celebration in the NARTU Jax
,- Original Low mile* TJL 6pm Training Department as John T.
age Fact 20,000. $1488 Starnes, Training Yeoman, was NOW PLAYING THRU SUNDAYWORLD'S
advanced to YNC.
SURPLUS GOODS Chief Starnes, a native of Tennessee -
has beenwithNARTUJaxsince
DISCOUNT STORE June of 1965.
'65 He resides in Jacksonville with
10735 Beach B/vrf./
"225" Hard Top., Fully 724-2662 his wife and two children.
Equipped., Air Cond.,
One Oumer. f
$2488 I


4 dr., H. T., Fully equipped $ r
25 to 600 MAIL TODAY .

Beauty $1088 ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE Buy or AtColiseum

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how ,
much you wonf. Pick up the cash at your conven- GREATESTICE Auditorium,
t'' Hemming Park
5omoy service. '. 0.4
WI Finance AH S nri 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN 7 fabulous Productions

MBBIMIDCITY You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.S featuring ..a 7
Huge Cast of International
84.33 5.00 355.79 .27.00 Skating Champions and Stars PerferMucesTICKET
157.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
CHRYSLER-PLY., INC. 219.27 73.00 500.5J 29.00 PRICES Mar. 9 8 p.m.
286.73 J7.00 600.00 34.39 Mar. 10 8 .
$2.00 2.50 3.50 Mar. 11Mar. 1 .:. .
11 5 .
Above Payments Include Interest. Mat 11 8:45 p.m.
Children 12 & under half- Mar. 12 1 p.m.
-.' 354-8556 DIAL1lmuta price shows' Sat. & Sun. 5 p.m. k Mar. 12 5 p.m.

355-4850 I 0 feBBI
; 4727 San Juan Ave. Dial 384-2374
100 1&.Ie. LAURA ST. Mail order filled promptly enclose self addressed stamped
247: We. St. Dial 356-0735
rrwicN f Forsyth envelope. Make checks payable to:
UNION"" tf STATI ITS. 5256 Beach Boulevard/ JDlalW--2 .?&. ... ,
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MoviesMOVIES ,,'; '4' ', Club SchedulesMAS "i3 r'

{S' :i'i4S':4a,{+.tits'..};,.{i:k}S M:?, f:M'K1y: :Jawwnvfi.. x'xfiY y

will be shown reg- rj

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre ACEY DUECY CLUB--MARK CASTLE will provide music to dine 'r'r: : a ;?'} ii''};{}y.}''
at 6 and 8:15 Monday thru htii hhvi v'h: k rriii: { w:is'yn'v::{
p.m. and dance to on Saturday from 8:30 p.m. till 12:30 p.m. BINGO
Saturday. There will also be
a will be featured on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. followed by dance music .
matinee at 2 p.m. on. Saturday provided by DICK WILSON. Bring your Irish sweetheart to the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publlshinq' Company
and holidays. The Hos-
Sundays ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANCE on Friday with musical entertain- 1950BI pital Theatre will have one weekly ment by the PAGE FIVE COMBO.. Try the assorted luncheon from not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field U a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday for only $.65. day. Add arriving' too late for this deadline. will be published ,
will have two shows during the BLUEJACKETS INN--Swing with MARCH WILSON tonight from the following week unless the publisher' 'Instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- 7 till &wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
enter- be received the the
WITH for ad.
inees will shown on week- copy
tain on Friday for the ST. PATRICKS DAY DANCE which features
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY GREEN BEER and special prizes from 8 p.m. till 1 a.m. Sat- DO NOT SEND CASH

March 9. till urday 6 THE p.m FABULOUS and then turn RAVENS the spotlight will supply over to the the notes SOUL from SOCIETY 2 p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). ... . . $2.00
NAS "BIRDS DO Per additional line ((4 word (line . .
: IT", with from 8 p.m. till midnight. THE RAVENS again make the scene on per ) 0.50
Soupy Sales and Tab Hunter. ((95 Monday from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. "BINGO" will be the password on
min) Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. followed by the HOLIDAYS
WAIIAN STYLE": With Elvis Intercom system. 2 car- SEWING MACHINE Original

Presley. ((99 mm). "0" CLUB--Tonight from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. will be the regular port. 1365 Sq. Ft. living area Guarantee Makes buttonholes
C. FIELD: "APACHE UP- Thursday night Beefeater's Buffet. Tomorrow night the spotlightwill Fruitwood kitchen. 30 In. corn- sews on'buttons, decorative designs -
RISING", with Rory Calhoun. be on the DO-RAE-COMBO. with dance music from 8 p.m 1 pace range. 14 ft. cu'ln. refrig. monograms etc. Just pay
( 98 min) a.m. Saturday from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. JOHNNY JEL1NE.. (Frost proof) 2 B with vanity- off balance $30 on easy term?.
FRIDAY, March 10 be the star entertainer. Tuesday Foreign Dish Night will featu.rj 3 acres of land flowing well Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
Polynesian Dinners from 6 9 p.m. school bus route Near creek, deliver. No obligation.
NAS: "ALVARAZ KELLY", Good fishing
selling price A-l SEWING MACHINE CO.
with William Holden and Rich- CPO CLUB--Friday come and enjoy music provided by THE $19,5002825275.. '"
ard Wid mark. (116 mln.) BUD CLARK COMBO.: Dance music will be provided Saturday BY OWNER, FREE EQUITY, In
With Soupy Sales and Tab Hun- be the star entertainer. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & imm. pos Call 384 3267 after
ter. ( 95 min) FHA regales $50 & $100 down. 4 P.M. *' .
STYLE", with Elvis Pre 264-2411, Orange Park Realty. GUITAR LESSONS call 388-2400
sley. ( 99 min) CPO CLUB--Friday the special will be lobster for $2.35 and or 765-4687. ,>;.,
SATURDAY March 11 a K.C. Steak for $.85. Entertainment will. be by the Moderns.
Saturday Lobster will again be the special for $2.35. A 12oz DIAL 0 MATIC FOR RENT 2 B, House Comp.
NAS: "AMBUSH BAY", with T-Bone Steak for $1.65 will also be on special. Sunday Roast 1967 ZIG ZAG Furn., Lg yd. Orange Park,
Hugh O'Brien and Mickey Roon- Beef Dinner will be the Special for $1.00. Wednesday is Game in Nice console. Makes buttonholes Will Rent to TAD Personnelor:
ey. ((103 mln) Night beginning at 7:45: p.m. bllndhem monograms & bachelors -' 264 6884.
HOSPITAL: "ALVERAZKELLEY" fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5

with William Holden and BEACON CLUB--Tonight is Game Night beginning at 7:45 p.m. mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at REAL ESTATE FREE CONSULTATION .
Richard Wldmark. ( 116 min) After the games The Strangers will entertain. Friday The Mark San Juan Open 9 9 & ADVICE: 7 days A.
C. FIELD: "BIRDS DO IT": Castle Combo will be on stage. Saturday The J.A. Montgomery Sunday! 3881551.. week. Homes for sale,$100 Dwn.
with Soupy Sales and Tab Hunter., Band will be featured. Sunday Phil Kay and the "Chantels" with Equities, Qualifying, Rentals.
( 9.5 min) the "Go-Go" Girls will be here to entertain. Monday there will JAX SEWING CENTER, Homeste! Lots Acreage Invest

SUNDAY, March 12 be a Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday Mel Gaden and Band ments. WALTER T. BOWEN,
will be'featured.' HOMES FOR SALE Reg. Broker USN Retired 384-
: $50 $100 Down.: Completely 1376.
O'Brien and
Hugh Mickey
reconditioned Some with range
Rooney. (103 min) and oven. Free consultation.Call For Sale 1963 HONDA SCRAMBLER -
C. FIELD: "ALVERAZ KEL USN Ret. 250C.C. VG condition'con-
Dennis Burchill, ,
LY", with William Holden and MILITARY Home 771 -. 0371 Office 356- -tact. Phil Clauss NAS BKS.

Richard MONDAY Widmark.Match( 116 13*min) -. All ;flanks All Ages 24'7371 hours Seven service.'STOCKTON'WHA days. a week- ,;",0"... 4. Ext."414.,,. -....,.{.
.. ... ., ."'fIt ..''..
& SINGERsave .r
with Hugh O'Brien and Mickey and Company .
Rooney. ((116 min) 5249 '.:
EASY MONTHLY Repossessed makes chain
stitches. winds bobbin in machine
JOBS AVAILABLE All kinds fancy designs.
Buy PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S .IBM .Cashier/Checker reliable person assume pay-
Clerk Typist ments $10 mo. or $120 cash.
Train Now Pay Later Jobs 2362 Blanding at Cassat. Open
BondsKingsley open Student Loans Top jobs 9 to 6 & Sun. 388 2541. 0

In Jax area for trained people. RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER
INSURANCE AGENCY High school not required. No age
limit. Day and night classes. FOR SALE: 63BUICKELECTRA
Free Placement, Service Ac- & VW Convt. $1095. 389 -65 9
4479 ' 11,11. 3U-liii credited by N. E. A. A. Lcdr. Donald Kellerman jf
Call 356 5745 .'
2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call I Us Anytime CAREER TRAINING INSTITUTE ill 1iI

311 Florida Title Bldg. SHARE WITH ANOTHER LADY
2 BR, Trailer Lot 30.- 5939
Roosevelt Blvd. 3875253) after
9 pass. Station Wagon, P/S
MOTORS Autotrans., R & H, Clean, Excellent FOR SALE: 64 CORVAIRSPYDER -
condit., Second car., R & H, Also,-19rTWSet.!
the JM!
2 MILES SO. OF NAS : Got bill orders West must sell. $545. Phone 781 7759. "V

JAX IN ORANGE PARK Phone 771 8313. .'

Phone 4525 I. ytirAUTO MERCURY MOTOR -61W With
264 A 1966 CORVAIR "500" 2 DR., Tank. Excellent condition. S75.

NO MONEY DOWN H/Top, Blue R & H, Stand. 388 6645 or 765 4183.
Shift., 110 HP 8500 miles-Like
TO NAVY! (OAO) LOAN new $1400 Cash 384 7645. 3 BR. 2 B, CENT. HEAT & A/C
Large Fam. Rm/Flreplace,2car-
59 FOR RENT Mile from NAS. garage in nunti ton. Call 771-
2 Dr., H/top, LemonY : 1. The credit union offers an Onega Hills. Fenced Back 8947 after five. ;'
f/ow/ WhIte fop._ : almost' unbeatable rate, with yard. 3 BR, 2 B, Newly re-
WAGON : no extra charges. decorated. 7245 Wonderlane. FOR SALE: COCKER SPANIEL
62 RAMBLER $35 and $50.
: _
Real NIce car. 2. Your sales contract won'tbe :j
359 -
: ii sold to anybody else. FOR SALE: New Philco Washers -
62 FALCON FUTURAR Freezers, Stove at whole
& H, Aufo/frans., : 3. You can refinance without sale cost. Closing out appli WANTED: Ride from 3637 1a- .
Rea'' penalty. ances. S & S Appliances 7603at Gregor Drive (CEDAR HILLS)
.. 103rd Street., See Mr. Cop- to Bldg. 955 for the 8:00
55 VICTORIA for /top 4. Life Insurance, (max.$5,000)) f land at produce market. '4:30 ,Shift. Phone Ext. 254 or
A real/ Beautyl Red & on every eligible loan without ': 255 or Home Phone ( after
White with matching added charge. : FISHERMAN'S DREAM-17'Mitchell 6:00: P.M.) '771 2745. ,
"Fisherman" 40 h.p.elect. v
fnftr/or./ -
Apply today your Sea King. Sea King tilt trailer .
and all accessories -
4 spd.t Baby Blue. spare 2B, fam. rm. cent. heat, corn
2 anchors
tire spare prop ,
er lot, fenced yard like new-
61 GALAXIE CONY. built in air pump. Must see Bkr. 771"-' \
Black with Red Int. ; Ja x NtllfIntt 1etI1 to.771.3458.appreciate.,Can finance.Phone 0374 or 771.7874. .'

Hew Top. _.

Lots of Cheapies. &ezvrm'iwJAX 4 1967 AUTO ZIG ZAG BOAT FOR, SALE, -1'1' SUPER-: "
: Repossessed in cabinet. Buttonholes Craft with 1 Johnson and trailer.

Plenty of Compacts.Tire HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 overcasts decorates etc. Outriggers and 2-sIx; 1twelvegal.
Kickers always TW. 3S4i2 or Tel. SP f-3277or Bal. :28 or $5 mo. 2362 B landing tanks' wide beam good for

WELCOME! We finance Base Ext. 8507 Bos Ext. 205 at Cassat. Open 9 to 6 off-shore. Good condition $700.
& Sun. 3882541. Phone 387 4451 or 264 2573
E- 4's & upl! Hours: Mon-Frf 9:30- :30 Hours.. :,Mo"'-, ';.8:3O,3..00'llrt.rltFll'7lf! 'RAYFELD. SEWING eves. and weekends.I..;

'J' ......".".. '1' #- ; .4 .: '6'4;_'." '#.'. ..'r '_'#4" #. .I'lr. ,..,.,., fa'a.a. 4. ,CENTER. '."11" I J I :-:'.'..,.!"!....J'. .!'If.March

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1- VB Tourney Plans } Cecil Field VA-44 Third Airman In Surf FestivalAirman Finishes I

i-I In Final Stages -:: Sport Shorts Dave M. Sweeney of l

Attack Squadron Forty-Four I
; Golf/
placed third in the Senior Mens
t Action In the Intra-mural 1967 Spring Surf Festival at the sEyE ,
be the South Atlantic Hegionals,
; Less a month remains s
Golf League will began on Jacksonville Beach Pier last It
, before the Sixth Naval District April 3 7; and the All-Navy
Wednesday, March 15. A meet- weekend.
1 April 17 21. In these two
. Volleyball Tournament begins at
the double-round ing of all team captains for this The contest was sponsored by
I NAS Cecil Field. According to tournaments Surf Glib of Jack-
} league has been scheduled for the Oceanside
will be used.
; Tom McGriff, athletic director, system
t 11 a.m. Monday, March 13, at sonville Beach.
I f there is a possibility that 13 entries the golf club house. Sweeney, originally of San 4r t
1 will be received for this There are only seven national Mateo, Calif., started surfing six ,
event, which stans April 3. Last officials in the Region Six U.S. Softball years ago. He Joined the North- s
year there were five teams entered Volleyball Association. Duringthe Entry blanks will be sent out side Competition Surf Team of Y.d r
1 ; NAS Jax, CNABTC,Pen- All-Navy play, three of them in the near future for the up- Jacksonville in November 1966.
sacola, NAS Cecil,NAS Memphis, will be here at NAS Cecil. coming softball season. The This is'Sweeney'sfirsteastcoast'
.1' and NAS Atlanta.If one of the three officials is Tom leauge is slated ho get underway competition.He .
there are more than seven McGuckin coach of the NAS Cecil on April 17. pepartments,Squadrons plans on entering the
entries, the tournament will bea "Raiders". Tom is in hopesof and divisions planning on "Third Annual Small Wave Rid-
t double-elimination event. If being in the All-Navy eventas entering a team can check out ing Contest" at the Canaveral
t less than seven entries are received a coach. The other two offi- equipment and reserve a field Pier in Cocoa Beach during the
: the tournament will be cials will be here to enforcethe for: practice at the station gym. Easter Holidays. 1 I
played as a double-round robin. rules o the game. They Tennis/ Sweeney is the son of Mr..and

The double-round robin was are Bob Miller, Chalrmanof A meeting of all tennis team Mrs. John J. Sweeney of San
I used in last year's Sixth ND National Committee for Officialsand captains will be held at 11 a.m. Mateo, Calif.
. Tourney and was won by NAS Certifications; and Marshall, on Monday March 20, at the VA 44' "Surftn" SweeneyVA174
i\ Memphis. They were tied with (Doc) Walters, member of the station The league will
NAS Cecil at the end of regu- National Committee for Rules and start play gym.the same. day. Only GIG Tkke's I
lation play in the won and lost Interpellation. With a lineup three men are needed to make Tops
coldmn, but were able to win such as this, there shouldn't be
in at playoff match, 21. any complaints as to the proper up a team. I
AMD 73-26
Following the Sixth ND will calls during the matches. Handball All servicemen planning to
Plans ,are in the making fora attend the Greater Jackson-
I --
Golf Tournamentcan VA-174 "Hell-
ville Open The surging
league in this sport, but enough
entries haven't been received.If purchase tickets at a razors" tagged AMD hard last I
[ anyone is interested in play- substantial discount at NAS week for their second over- :
I, ing and would like to enter a Cecil Field. whelming basketball victory in
The tournament will beheld three outings. The one-sided
i VISIT team or play on a team, they
; should contact the athletic director March 13 thru 19 at the Deer- contest ended with a 73-26 score.,
at extension 498.Physical wood Country Club. VA-174 took command from the
1 Tickets can be purchasedat opening tip-off, building a first
1i CLAUDE NOLAN Fitness the Special Services tickets quarter score of 15-4. Aftera
i Ladies who want to slim down Course Club House, prior to sluggish second quarter, the ,i
. for that new swim suit for the March 13. score was 26-13 in favor of the"HellrazorsV I
The following types of tick
/ summer can do so by attending
t $ physical fitness classes every ets area available: No one knows what happenedin
. SEASON BADGES good the "Hellrazor" locker roomat
MAIN At ORANGE Tuesday and Thursday morningat
. the station gym between the for admission each day, are halftime, but when they came
I OPEN MON THRU SAT UNTIL 8 PM hours of 9 10 a.m. Mrs. $12 for all servicemen ( vice out for the third quaner they
\ Rosemary Robinson is the. instructor .515 for civilians). doubled their entire point out-
for these classes. COUPON BOOKS contain- put of the first-half, while hold-
I Ij ing six tickets, good on any ing AMD to only six points
. PHONE EL 3-3922 i Golf LessonsBill day of ,the tournament, are, The Scoreboard read, 52-19, at
Stott, NAS' Cecil Field $20 for all servicemen (vice the end of that period.,
,J. Golf Pro, announced that $24 for dvlians). Showing no mercy for the opponents -
'. beginning Wednesday, March 15 INDIVIDUAL COUPONS VA-174 poured -it on
at 1 p.m., golf lessons will be good for any one day, are $2 in the, fourth period 21-7, fora
held at the station course for for enlisted men or their de- game ending score of 7-26.:}
men who are,interseted in takingup pendents. Enlisted men using The deciding factor in this
. golf $2 ducats must be in uniform mismatch was 6'3" Willie Titus.
Bill also said he would liketo and they must accom- "Dunker" Willie, playing in his
remind all ladies that lessons pany their dependents. ( Otherwise third game for the "Hellrazor
\ for them are still offered every individual coupons are Five", hit on twelve field goals,
Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m., $4 for everyone' else.) and one-for-three from the
at the station course. Ticket holders will be charity line, to lead all scorers
\ Anyone interested in this sport allowed to park free at the with 25 points. He was followedby
i should contact the golf pro at tournament site.' Tom "The Popper" Rudd
.,. extension 245. with 17 points, and "Jersey" -
" John Bender who dropped in ten

) Fr y.*r I..ti.' | Needs.. points.Coach. Wayne Dean commented,

j "Comparedto first game with
Inlet Marina AMD, which we won by only
seven points in overtime, our
SALES ..i SERVICE fir play was much improved, due
to the addition of Titus. When
'sI Mercury and McrCrulser .g Titus is on the floor, he seems
to take the pressure off theother

.. .'. players and, therefore, makes us
"', a good ball club/'
Coach Dean also seems to feel
confident that his team dan come
CUPPER st'ragP'adh'lJid up with two upsets, over
c the VA-44 "Hornets" and Ma-
rines, in the remaining four
EXPERT REPAIR SHOP games of the season.

: Trustworthy, loyal, helpful,: friendly, HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK 244-M35' c __ ?

courteous cheerful that's us here atE

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I Team Won Lost I .
W The Rigging National League Pacific League Sparks 4 4 ,
Won Lost Team Won, LostLast King Pins 1 3'
Mad Foxes # 1 1 7 .
By Lt.. P. E. T lbocleacr FICEUR CPO's 12 0 Needlers 12 4 Pin Benders 0 4
Sky Warriors 10 2 Afees 12 4 Molorolas 0 8
I "B" 8 4 Cursors 9 3 VigUntes 0 8
Would you believe that, to date, in spite of the cold and Aces 8 ..4Hurricanes Mad Foxes #2 8 4 ,
" weather'we've had, 41 people have turned out for our 6 6 Marine Bks. 8 8 Atlantic League
series of sailing lessons? I think this must be some sort of Rejects 5 7 Red Darters' 7 1 Team Won Lost
Of the original beginning class, we have signed up Flag Staffs 5 7 VP 30 Chiefs 7 9
members who will now be looking for berths on the club 5 7 Impulses 6 10 NOMAD 7 1
With a turn-out like this, what are we going to do when the Caduceus 5 7 PRO's 4 4 Chargers 7 1
. turns warm and the sailors really! start turning out? Cannon Cockers 3 ,. 9 Crash & Fire 5 11 Pin Teasers 6 2
I The Februarymeetlngwasheld Lucky Seven 3 9 Alley Cats 3 13 Bean Burners .5 3
f unofficially due to a poor turnout the boat In the water and Riggers 2. : 10' Gold 3 13 SCHRDLJBJC 5 3
r. by the membership. Conse- to sail for just under $ Seabees 5 3
quently, none of the businesswas The deal is that they Continental League S 4.5 3.5
voted on. Several itemsof mold and build their own American League Team Won Lost N ARTU Chiefs 4 4
Importance are now pendingthat Currently the yard is adrl'I Foggy Five 2.5 3.5
should have had action takenon process of making a mold Team Won Lost Seven Tens 8 0 BB Stackers 1 7
them right away but now will a 33' Friendship Sloop. White Hats 8 0 Druthers 1 7
have to wait until next meeting. saw a genuine Chesapeke Splitters 12.5 3.5 Falcons "B" 7 1 Tipplers 0 8
r Folks, the club needs you, not Canoe, WOW I Per NFO "A" 12 4 Electrons 6 2
only when the sailing is nice would say that there are Cloak & Daggers 11 5 MARTD 3
I but, also to properly conduct sailboats in and around Trainers 8 4 Rip Cords 4 0
{\ the mundane business necessary polis than anywhere. AOMD 8''b .
\ to the clubs proper operation.Our had a camera. AEWRONFOUR 8. 8 .1''1''.
monthly business meetingsare Also stopped in to briefly Supply 7 5 .0(
for the express purpose of with Admiral Admiral Play Boys 7 9
letting all hands have a voice at Bupers. Here is a Falcons "Au 6.5 9.5.
in the affairs of YOUR club. leman who is really Neptunes .4 12 "
I Roger Scott, earswhileNJSC sport of Navy sailing. Zero's 4 12 week .
Social Chairman that he is, has Naval Sailing Assn., of MisFits 4 12 :
come up with a plan for a dif he is Secretaru-Treasurer
I ferent type of meeting for April. the instrument with tional support to the various sailing -
Still in the planning stages, but hopes to establish a sailing activities. You can help this said i.
definitely on the agenda will bean assn. on every Naval worth-while couse along by Join- we :
i "All Membership" Dinner Ultimately, the goal is ing th USNSA. You will be the _
: on Sunday, April 9. The dinner full sanction from Bupers one who will benefit In the long .... .'. .
vim be held at one of the clubs ial Services so that they run. Application blanks are : .: : : :
in the area or on base. Roger be more likely to provide available at the clubhouse. .". :. '
has asked that members inter- yes ... J\'< '"' 't',' ." a
ested in coming, stag or drag, "
Rive him a call at 8744/8745 t\Sf\ M

Stopped by the Naval Academy to a man who had his heart set on finishing 1i...'.; 1
I during my trip to D.C. last week '
I and talked with the Small Boat his patio in flagstone. '.' .'
Op. Readiness Officer for quitea DON'TBUY w '

spell. They are planning to GI who wouldn't until f he "' .: 1 '.
get rid of the 30 26ft knock to a propose ,

abouts that they use for train- STOP had all his bills cleared up. .. .. .'. '. '.1i..

ing. A fleet of 2 or 3 of those '
would be Just the ticket for the '. '; >: ..: :
club. Also went aboard the .to a secretary who always. dreamed. of... ,.ainAcapulco ,., ; :
.. *.. *"' --1 .
," '" .'*B; \
schooner "Freedom'and the"Royono" ..,'$,; 'jfrm \*$ 1
wee :. ::,, ; \ :" ., c .
Beautiful boats. The .' '. ,_, ..:t. I ,('. Pj.
Academy will, In the near future, .: "1 ;
get the hottest boat In the International New to" a marine who finally got up'..enough'nerve ,< ;, : I
ocean racing circuit, v any or to take dance lessons. r i. .." ., '
Huey Long's aluminum yawl, ..' .,. '\
"Ondlne". Such a boat should
make a good showing. Used Automobile to a photographer who graduated to an

During my recent travels, I expensive Japanese camera.
came across a yard where some UNTIL YOU SEE -..
have made
enterprising gents
molds for a 33' and 42' hull to a wife who missed the driveway and ..
and deck. Several boats of each CLAYTON REVELS!! whose husband would miss the fender. !' " ':
size were In various stages of .. ,
construction and I talked to one
gent who was building a 33 footer.He ;
estimated that he would haveCanYou
REASON: We're not fi .

No General Manager, No Assistant Manager, .'

TAKE YOUR CAR Not Even a Sales Manchj r, business

For Financing and Insurance You Pay ONLY For Your Car. '
Stateside and Overseas. Call Bring Us ANY New Car Ad From ANY Florida

DYER M. BURR or Georgia Nevspap.erAnd to no.

Too bills? Unify them with a
5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527 Uni-Loan. One loan takes care of every-

thing. You make one payment per monthUNIVERSAL'. ,

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:$ EXAMPLE.l; =O:'=!e------i to us. ::'j : /
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t 1; '67 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE II $2297 r! .. 't"(' '' ':: r ,

:M::$ 4 at Sedan Vinyl trim, Factory heater, defrvstersf: tm :
gpuifc3 button radio, white wall tires, wheel covers remote | .
cash and sun Y//..>: ,.
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March/ 9 1967

iaSTnw. Commission Adds Four

I .,. CedarHiUs

AII.N.vy'Crown Managed Fishing AreasLed

by the shooting of Mike TALLAHASSEE Four new day and a daily bag limit of -
Barret and the rebounding of fish management areas were added six bass per day for the first o ..
Jim Cole, the Sea Raiders of to the list of managed fish- 90 days.The Chevrolet
the Atlantic Fleet SubmarinE ing waters by the Game and Fresh Commission received
Force delt a 76-68 thumping of Water Fish Commission at a reports on the Eustis Fisheries -
Pacific Fleet Submarine Forcein meeting in Homosassa Springson Research Laboratory and
the All-Navy basketball finale February 17. The new areas established March 23 as a date
recently completed at Memphis.The are Gin and Stewart Ponds in for dedicating the new facility :
showdown game came Washington County,Smith Lake in L7
about when SubPac, by virtue Holmes and Washington Countiesand Team Wins
of an earlier 89-77 win over an extension of the Tamiami Navy
rival Sub Land was forced to a- Trail Fish Management Area in
ttempt the trick again in the Dade County Sled CompetitionLt.
double elimination tournament. The Commission also closed Hu- >
Paul Lamey and Bob
SubLant, in the finals since Koon Lake in Lafayette Countyand scher piloted their twomanbobsled -
1963, was paced by Barrett's Govermr's Hill Lake in
the North American
37 points and Cole's 16 rebounds, Dixie County to commercial cat-' championship to down the tricky & BLAND ING
fishing. Both lakes are established -
ten of those coming in a tight Mount Van Hoevenberg chute at
second half. The game which management areas. Lake Placid, N.Y lat week. PHOHISP113416rSPl660T
gave an indication of turning In other action the Commission Based on four runs,the two Navy-
into a SubLant rout in the first
established Rookery Bay in Collier men carded an aggregated time
half, ((37-31 at the half) became County as a wildlife of.4 minutes, 40.19 seconds.
closer the last 20 minutes when
and established spe- Their times from earlier AAU
SubPac narrowed the margin to
cial regulations for Blue Lake competition and the upcoming
single point 42-41 with five
Fish Management Area InTaylor Diamond Trophywlllbe computed
'r- minute gone. County. Blue Lake is expectedto and indications are the men will
The All-Navy title was the
fourth straight for the Hawaiian- open for public fishing on be In the running for a 1968Winter 59 CHEV WAGON. . ." . .5395
based team and sets a record May 13 and the special regulations Olympic berth four-man in their sled event.found Auto/trans., V/8, R & H, New Paint, Good
the of The Navy
prohibit use
for consecutive wins. It gives Tires./
of horse- competition a. bit more
motors in excess ten
the Sea Raiders sole Navy -
in the Interservice power, place a daily bag limiton and its the crew finishers.failed to place 65 CHEVELLE 20R . : : ;. .$Jl95
channel catfish of ten among top I
Classic at Quantico, Va. due to per '5oncShift./ ., 6 cyl./ Heater, Solid White, Blue
Windup tomorrow March 10. Interior, W/S/W.


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The league. standings (Eastern W/S/W.,
Conference as of March 3)) show,:
Class 639 AE/A sporting a record
of 7-1; MAD *2 (AO)
holding a 6-1 won-lost record; Would You Believe. .
and Class 649 AE/A with a ,667 'VA.14ed

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