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Jax air news
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March 16, 1967


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teillUn fepwtmnU TIM tpcmnao*of tdvwtlMmmM I* thli pubUccUaa doN eowUUito.. tatoramtM e(My mlllUir d.pvt w VOL 24 NO. 49 i, LNAVU"'ItSTUION.JACICSOHVILU.'LORIDA MARCH 16 1967

Educational Programs AdvanceThe ,

Naval Air .Station. Jacksonville Fla. Is continuing In Its long projected program to provide .
education In many diverse fields and on many different levels. -
Some of the programs that are- currently offered at NAS,Jax include fully accredited college level
courses, offered, on base, through the facilities of Jacksonville University. A course in college level 4L
Conversational Spanish Is also being conducted on a non-credit basis, free,of charge. In the near x
future anticipated.a course In Conversational French on the same basis (non-accredited with no charge) Is being

USAFI courses are also offered for those who desire correspondence courses on the college level. e i
a These courses are available for all military personnel throughout the services, and,these courses .
be applied toward a.number of degrees, fully transferrable'and acceptable by most colleges and universities may- The newly/ appointed Public Affair Committee of the' Jacksonville ;
throughout the
Following the above States. Federal Executive Committee/ include (left to right) Arthur A. Slocumb
mentioned educational opportunities, NAS, Jax Is Initiating another )
Bill Mathis, 'Tom Logue, Gene Brown. SeoW/a Martin J.
This Captain
pr 3 gram. new antIcipated Plan will enable Interested persons to obtain a high school
WITHOUT ANY CORRESPONDENCE COURSES. An added feature of this forthcoming diploma will, Stack, C. 0 of NAS JAX. Hot present In the photo was Mrs. Bonn/
be that the'courses will be given FREE OF CHARGE. program Walker, also a member of the PAC.
This new program Is being offered by the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Fla., In conjunction with
the Department of Education, Jacksonville, Fla. Co-ordinatingthe:
program are Ens. Gloria Amatrudi,
FEA Establishes New "
USNR, Educational Services
East Coast Law Seminar Officer, and John E. Saare, Dir-
ector of Adult Vocational and
I Technical Education of Jackson-. Affairs Committee .

Meets,, Trains at NASThe ville.The program consists mainlyof 'j

two parts. The first part An organizational meeting of leaders: of the white community;
1967 East Coast Law Naval Law. In addition to the concerns the presentation of live the newly appointed Public Af- students; vocational counselors; '
\ Seminargot under way Monday, lectures, the visiting reserve' lectures, which will be presentedby fairs Committee of the Jacksonville .. and supervisory and managerial ,t
March 2 and will continue until officers will undergo two field teachers from the Jacksonville Federal Executive As- personnel of the Federal agen-
M.Ud125. RAdm Wilfred Hearn trips, first to the USS Rose- school system, at the expenseof sociatin was held last Thursday
USN, Judge Advocate General of velt Naval StationMayport.Fla., the City of Jacksonville. Two (March 9, 1967)) in the officeof cies.As a part: of the initial pro-
the Navy is the sponsor of the and then a tour of NASA Facilities courses will be presented on a Captain M. J.Stack,NAS Commanding ject also, Is the development ofa
seminar. This seminar is forNa- at Cape Kennedy.The lecture type system: American Officer, who is sponsorof brochure depicting Federal
val Reserve Law Specialists as officers were offered many History and Government. Both the FENs Equal Employment career opportunities and me-
an adjunct to their annual two- invitations to 'take advantage of of these are required courses Opportunity Committee.The thods of obtaining these opportunities .
week training duty. the facilities of the Naval Air for a high school diploma. Once FEA consists of the heads: with local Federal '
The seminar is being attendedby Station. Jacksonville, together these courses have been taken, of 21 Federal Government field agencies. The brochure vlll .
approximately one hundred with all the facilities offeredin the applicant may then take the establishments located in Duval be used both for distribution on ,
Naval Reserve Officers, most the city of Jacksonville. GED (General Educational De- County and Is sponsored by the- conjunction with the presenta-
of whom In civilian life are practicing velopment) Exam to obtain a Civil Service Commission. tion and as Information material ,
attorneys, judges, and Florida High School Equivalency.It The five member public for Individuals interestedIn ,
government attorneys from the PhotographerOfTlieMtMtb 'should be noted that if the applicat affairs committee\ Includes Mr. possible employment loc
middle and eastern states., .The can prove (by presenting a Arthur A Slocumb NAS Public al Federal agencies., "
1f" 'fII kWF ,,""' high schOol ,transcript). that hew Affairs Officer, who was elected A progress 1 report of tasks assigned t

". .,, ., .... _. DmpJ .ted.jhes: ..tW :, re-t>!t'*.'committee.,chalnpaiiby.thegrQup: ;, ( PAC members in the in-- at1Arpt6jecrundertaken"will '
..'It ".' quirpd i CO rSe6i'J htrttyentSke: : '..., Mrs.ABoanie' xWalkerr" Internal' ': ;be' .
r { .. ;,the GED',withOut,; retaking the Revenue Service;: Mr. Bill Ma-, made, at a committee meeting
7-1 < r;: Airman F.:J.ANTONIOLi"USNassigned above required courses._ this, Jacksonville Post Office scheduled for 9 a.m., Thursday
: to Patrol Squadron Department; Mr. Gene Brown, March 23, In the NAS Con-
: .1..1. ; 's.Iit r. SEVEN, has been selected as The GED Examination maybe U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; ference Room.Consistent .
Fleet Air WingELEVEN"Photographer taken at the Educational Services .and Mr.. Tom Logue, Office 'of with the range of ,
t..:." 5.t.\?.\",' of the Month", for Feb- Office, Building 955,atNO COST. Economic Opportunity.The authority and discretion which
'j I. !"4."i\ ruary 1967. This examination may be usedto basic function of the PACIs FEA members hold delegation
'1 The letter designating him obtain the Florida State to Improve communications from their superiors, the As -
\ Photographer of the month reads Equivalency. The only other requirement between the member agenciesof soclatlon strives to Improve
I t IG In pans "Photography In ASW Is that the candidatebe the FEA and the general pub coordination of governmental
Aviation continues to be a vital at least twenty years of age lic. This will Include establishing activity within Duval Countyand
task In the overall miissionof liason with local. State vicinity through coopera-
each patrol plane crew. The eons The GED Examination is also and National political leaders; tive action. Areas of interest 1
tributfon of Airman ANTONIOLI offered by the State Board of arranging appropriate publicityof include general management, 1
to a job WELL DONE Is highly Education at a cost of five dollars.. FEA activities; and acquainting public affairs:: Inter govern-
I'- commendable and reflects con- The courses that are being the public with the functions mental relations ,. community
ii siderable credit upon'the squadron offered will meet twice per week and services offered by mem- relations, and other substantive i
: as,well as himself." for three hours. These courses ber agencies.The programs., .
This distinction is earned only are free, with the only requIre- Initial project undertaken i
.l. by regular squadron crew mem-. ment being INTEREST In the by the committee Js the development When appropriate, the FEA
bets who are not photographermates. course. These courses may also ,of a narrative and vis- also directs Its cooperative activity -
t, Airman ANTONIOLI's be used as preparation for other ual color slide presentation to specific programs of ,
i. RAdm. Will,.Heam, USN photograph was one of hundreds state high school equivalencies. depicting Federal employment Presidential emphasis. The Equal -
; taken by, personnel In Fleet Air Persons interested in obtaining and training opportunities with Employment Opportunity
purpose, ot the seminar Is to Wing ELEVEN squadrons. It other state equivalencies should local member agencies. The pre- Program Is one such program
acquaint the seminarians with was selected for Its outstanding contact ESO for specific require- sentation is planned for delivery currently receiving special attention -
current developments military degree of coverage, compo- ments. ., and discussion at meetingswith by the FEA and led to
justice, claims, administrative sition and quality.Roslstrutln Parent Teacher Associa- the establishment of the Equal
.. law, and recent decisions of the In addition to the two offered tion organizations; military Employment' Opportunity Com-
United States Court of Military Set For JU courses this program will pro- group civic leaders and civic mittee In November 1966. .
Appeals. In addition,the program vide a general high school review -

usually includes orientation The evening schedule, Spring in the .following fields: ((1)) Fleet Reserve President ]
,I.,.. briefings concerning matters of Semester at Jacksonville Uni- Correctness and Efficiency of '
current Naval interest. versity will run from April 24 Expression; ((2) Interpretation of 1
f" On hand for the opening ceremonies to June 16. Registration( for Reading Materials in Social
t.,. } were Captain Martin J.' this session will be on April Sciences; ((3)) Interpretation of Visits Jacksonville Area ;\
' Stack USN,Commanding Officer, 21 from 9 7 Reading Materials In Natural
a.m. to p.m. at -- -- -- -
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Swiser Gymnasium.This Sciences; ((4)) Interpretation of
Fla., RAdm Henry H. Caldwell information Is for per-' Literary Materials; (5)) General Gall J. Metz President of the and also all branches overseasIn
USN, Commander, Fleet Air, sonnel planning to take the courses Mathematical Ability. All of Southeast Region of the Fleet the Atlantic south of the For- Jo. ,
Jackonville, Capt. Richard I K. at Jacksonville University. these areas of review are dir- Reserve Association,comprising tieth Parallel.Mr. >
'-' Stacer, USNR Director, Naval Those desiring tuition aid are ected toward the GED Exami- about 68,000 members of the Metz will endeavor to pro
Reserve Division'Offi of the requested ESO for fur nation. Navy and Marine Corps Will ject his message to the enlisted
";, Judge Advocate General Capt. ther information prior to regis- be In the Jacksonville area March men of the Navy and Marine t'
James A. Potter, USN, Staff tration. (Continued on Page 2)) 16 as guest of Branch 126, '7673 Corps, "FRA, Your Voice in
,, Legal Officer, Fleet Air, Jacksonville Blanding Blvd., according to information congress. The reasons behind I'
t, Capt. Richard J. Sel- WHAT'S INSIDE? received by WilsonH. this voice in bettering the stand! "
man USN, District Legal Officer Sandefer, Secretary.The ards of living of the service man,
.' Sixth Naval District, Charleston EASTER SERVICE. . . . . . Pg. 2. Jacksonville stop Is one and the reasons for joining the
.. .' S. C., Mr. James Ade. President \ ; of many that Is being undertaken FRA, to strengthen that voice. I

;.. Elect ,and Jacksonville Mr. HATTC: BEHIND THE SCENE. . . ; Pg-4: by Mr. Metz who hails All members and guests: of
Bar Association Jack from Metairle, Louisiana. A Branches and Units 126, 91 both! 4
;V Barry, Executive Assistant to .. schedule of visits In this area In Jacksonville; 98 InGreenCc; < .
:, a Mayor Lou Ritter, who was not WASHINGTON. MEMOS . .: .,'. . .; Pg. 6 Includes Branch 290 on March, Springs; and 290, 'at Maypo fare > J.
able to attend the opening cere- / invited to attend the '*
: .. 15 and Branch 91 on March 17. regi
- monies. NARK NEWS AND VIEWS" X' ...,..'J-; ... ..''>.,*fS' ;* '.. '. ". '. Pg.. 8 The Southeast Region includes monthly meeting of Branch Ion
The ctrriculum of the seminar j,* t& k ;, .* :q' ,. .' 57 branches In all southern states March 16 at 800 p.m. to hear

will Include lectures and JAX SPORTS. . . .:. .*:.%, ;;.'. :'. '...... :,.Pg. & 12 from Texas to the East Coast, Southeast Regional President,
C workshops- In various fields of r I'" .I, ... .' in Central and South America, Metz.

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Navy Prep School !*I o! '
Easter Services
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"' Seeks ApplicantsApplications ROMAN CATHOLICSt. .S //NT EDWARD'S CHAPEL


Edward's Chapel
are now being accepted for participation in the Palm Sunday March 19
Naval Preparatory School Program. The Naval Preparatory School '
offers a program of intensive scholastic study and observation Blessings of Palms and Procession -9 a.m. .
prior to entrance in the Naval Academy. Applicants must be of SUNDAY MASS0900&1100 Masses: 9 a.m. and 1 11 7 am.
DAILY MASS------- 1145 ,
good moral character and strongly motivated toward a career asa -. ,. ,
MASS1045 "
Naval Officer. SATURDAY ConfessionsSaturday ,v Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Mass 1145 am.
Other requirements for this EDUCATIONAL/ PROGRAM '
1700 1730 & 1900-1930 '
program Include that the can- Continued from Page One Holy Thursday March 23
didate be single and never have ;
been married be less The second of this
must not part high
Mass and Procession/ 7:30 m.
than 17 years of age nor have school program is designed to U.S Naval Hospital p.
passed his twentieth birthday as supplement part one. This por-
of July 1 of the year enteringthe tion will include teaching the to Good Friday March 24 (Day of Fast and Abstinence)
Preparatory School, and have applicant how to take examina-
combined scores of GCT/ARI tions, how to study properlyhowto FIRST FRIDAY MASS1205 Liturgy of the Passion and Holy Communion/ -. 3..p.m.
of not less than 118. No waiver take correspondence courses,
can be granted on any of the abovementioned and help develop a high degreeof DIVINE SERVICES Holy Saturday March 25 :.r. ., .."
requirements. motivation. This part of the PROTESTANTAll '" ... ',
program may be applied to other Saints .i: ..f
Chapel Easter // Liturgy 7p.m. :
Vigil .
Interested and qualified personnel fields of study, especially
.' shall submit requests as advancement in rating.
Easter Vigil Mass : 8 p.m. '
soon as possible and not later 0800
--- -- -Holy Communion
than April 13 to the Educational This Instruction will be & ""3Bt
provided 0930 1100
Worship .3.
Services Officer, Building 955. through the facilities of the Easter Sunday Masses: 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.VALL ; .

Further information concerningthis Educational Services Office. '-In SUNDAY SCHOOL

program and other qualifica- addition'nrthe above instruction, 0930 - Chapel Annex .
tions may be obtained at the guidance and counseling is avail- Building 722 SAINTS' PROTESTANT CHAPEL

Educational Services Office, ExtensIon able at any time in all areas of PROTESTANT HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE a..
618. educational interest. WEDNESDAY'S

------Choir Rehearsal Palm Sunday March 19 .
rnformation.concerning other
Persons interested in this pro- r
.officer program such as OCS, gram.,are invited to attend a THURSDAY ;. '
AOCS, and the NECEP may also 'discussion on March 17, 8 a.m., 2000 Christian Science Service Palm Sunday Services 9:30 a.m.'Q1elll am. '

be obtained from the Educational at ESO, Building 955.' Regis- SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
Services Office. tration will follow the discussion 0930 Chapel Women's Guilo Passion of Saint Matthew Choral ,Concerf 7:30 p.m.

(Small Chapel) "(
... Maundy Thursday.i March 23 ,

President Jol I inson Urges ,p. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Sunday's! - 1000 .:Maundy Thursday Service;' 7:30 p.m.

, Operation "Thi row Or Stow", CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT f Good Friday March 24 '"

Operation "Throw or Stow"a all records, publications, reference Today-
campaign to reduce holdingsof material, and allied Choir Practice at 7 p. m.
furniture, equipment and sup- Easter Sunday March 26S .
all types of paper work and Sunday- .
other types of records, and to plies which are not essentialto Sunday School at 9:30: p. m. ",1 ,',, .. rl
release associated resources for current operations. Since a Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. ,v) ;'. Easter Sunrise Service! / 6:10 a.m.

reassignment; has Just, gotten substantial portion of the sta Communion on the first Sundayof "f, ..
under at NAS JAX,. "fin} the tion's records are divided on a the month. .Easter.. Sunday Service 9.:]. ) am... and 1 JJ 1 .am. '
way .
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Fiscal Year 1966, .this''station fiscal year basis, the campaign .;\ 'UI5'ro'" '" -.l:. ... ': %t\<:_ ,i V.. ,r r ?. . .I"-rr
will be conducted during ,the CATHOLIC 'f
spent $140,000 for new office .. .
furniture, file cabinets and type- period ending July 31, 1967. Daily-
As estimated 27 million With the assistance of the Mass
writers. 11:20 a. m.
pieces of paper a re-filed in more Training Division of the Industrial SundayS
than 1,600 file cabinets In sta- Relations Department, a.m. and noon Mass Con- All Saints Chapel To
tion departments and staff the Management Assistance fessions heard before each Mass.
file: will schedule and conduct
offices Everyunnecessary
cabinet occupies which two hour training sessions on
records for those Present Bach ConcertJohann
can be freed to help relieve disposal persons
the critical shortage of office 'in diarge of files at all
on the station. N levels of the organization.Each Traffic
space department head and Bach's immortal oratorio "The Passion Accord-

President Johnson has directed special assistant will report ViolationsThe ing to Saint Matthew"" ,will highllgh; this,.year's Holy Week scheduleat
each Federal agency to the accomplishments of this the All Saints' Chapel.

conduct a campaign to disposeof campaign, Including the normal ; Palm Sunday, March 19, at 7:30 p.lri., In the All Saints' Chapel
unneeded records, publica- calendar year end clean out. on Birmingham Road the choirs of the Orange Park Episcopal
tions, and reference materials, The report of accomplishments following is a report of Church, the All Saints' Chapel Choir, ,and the All Saints' Chapel
and to release allied furniture, will be submitted to reach the, motor vehicle accidents and Children Choir ,will combine their talents to perform this master-
equipment, and supplies for more Management Assistance Officer traffic violations for the period piece created by Bach.
vital use. not later than July 31, 1967. March 7 March 13, 1967. The effectiveness of 'The Passion" can be traced from the life
Although the cleanout campaign Number of Accidents that Johann Sebastian Bach led. He was born,in Eisinach.Thuringiaon
In cooperation with this plan, emphasizes disposal, recognition This Week ---------4 March 21, 1685. From the start he was a deeply religious man,
every department head 'and and attention shouldbe Total Accidents this year through serving his Master humbly. Therefore, it. is easy to understand
special assistant is directed to given to retention of recordsof March 13, 1967 .;. - 51 why religious subjects should have stimulated his imagination
conduct a campaign to clean out permanent value. Number of Accidents through above all others. He drew from them his most musical his most
March 1966 - - 74 sublime concepts.

Total number of days since The Passion according' to Saint Matthew was written in 1729.
last Injury In a :motor vehicle Immensely popular during Bach's lifetime It .:fell into disuse
in accident---------6 after his death and was not revived again until 1829 With a performance '
baI 12 Number of Violations. in Berlin Since that time, it has again reached the zenith with
This Week - 28
music lovers the world over. Its enduring popularity Is enhancedby
Speeding the continuityof the work. The emphasis is always onthe suffering
Reckless Driving - 1 of Christ and the tragedy of thebetrayal. In these aspects, Bach
J\\tat 'V Going through Stop Sign 0 speaks with humility, adoration, and Immense sorrow.
Other Violations - 20
f Twenty-eight drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Board

By LT. ROBERT L. RICHTER, CHC, USNR at the meeting held on March 14. AIR JVEWSThe
Disposition: of the cases includedthe

following: 9 lost driving and
WHY ME? parking privileges aboard station JAX
AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.
for various periods; 1 was
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
In a recent Peanuts comic strip, Luci Insists that Sooopy'sdoghouse' assigned to complete an eight-
burned down because he sinned. Snoopy sticks out his hour course: in remedial drivingat Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by 'the Holt Publishing .
tongue and replies spitefully, "Bleah." In some ways we are like NAiTC: 0 were assigned to Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In
Luci. We tend to attribute pesonal tragedy misfortune to specificsins. complete six-hour course in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

Facing any sort of crisis a person will ask, "Why did this remedial driving at Jax Police Affairs/ Office, Box 2. HAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon
happen to me?" Usually he feels he must not be living right. Academy; 6 received sus- on Monday before publication. News Items are welcomed

Basically, we are caught between two prevailing attitudes We pensions; 7 were given warnings; from all sources- 'Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
attribute"a bad of 0 dismissed; 11 fined (U.S.
can turn events topersonaland specific guilt.
Advertisements are solicited/ / by the publisher and
Commissioner) and 5 referredto
Or we can resign ourselves to what happens with a Stoic casualness ;
bordering on Indifference,and interlace it with cliches and aphorisms, commanding officers for queries concerning such should be directed to:

' "That's'the way It goes", "That's par for the course...", etc. possible disciplinary action. The The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.
':od's; man does not resign himself or despair. He knows that 28 drivers were assessed a total Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451 .
"'n everything God works for good with those who love him, who of 51 points

called according to his purpose." We can't always see It, but '
BUyU.'S. :. ill'saVldngs VOL. 24 NO. 49 MARCH 16, 1967
i, v,3 believe it, and try to muddle through on the strength; of this ,
belief. We never ask, "How is life treating you?", but, "How are : I' ,

you treating life?" In the potential of God's grace and guidance. ,. .,

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..;d' CWO Frye's .sony Teefey TopInsfrucfor

.' :y Wins Spaatz AwardFlorid ,
; Chief Aviation Fire Control:
Technician Thomas J. Teefey
Wing Civil Air Patrol: of the Civil Air Patrol. Mr. has been selected "Instructor ,.
hails its third General Can ... Frye is a Warrant Officer(CWO4)) Of The Month" forNAMTRADETIt,
',- Spaatz Award, earned by the assigned: to the Quality Assurance '
P 1034 (A7)) for the month of Februarys -
youngest of the thirty-two Civil Division of the Weapons Depart Chief Teefey's selectionwas 1
Air Patrol Cadets who have received ment at NAS Cecil Field. t based on his outstanding f'

it. The younger Frye Joined the leadership ability, the many '
The ..Florida Wing Liaison Cadet Program in 1963, and has hours he worked preparing additional it;.
Office and Wing Headquarters steadily advanced through the training aids and his out-
have been notified by National cadet training program to be ableto standing work in the public affairs
Headquarters that Cadet Major complete this stringent examination \ field for the detachment.
., ,Kevin' Frye, of the West Jack which has been adoptedby Chief Teefey Is married to the
sonville Cadet Squadron Group the National Headquarters of former Lorraine Ridgell of
24, has successfully passed aU the Civil Air Patrol,and endorsedby
:. ". Ridge Maryland and they have
the requirements of the, Spaatz the United States Air Force. three children,Tommy,Lori and
Examination. He earned his Certificate of '
pro- sf
I Jearmine. 'The Teefey's make
ficiency in May, 1965, and the
Amelia Earhart Award In April, Monday morning/ quarters was fsc n in which Attack Squadron their home on Cezanne Drivein
1966. Forty Four's Executive Officer, R. R. Allmann, '(r) congratulated Jacksonville.

/ Chaplain (CmJr.) T. J. Wooten and presented him BUY. U.SJO \,, "':. ..
During his cadet career' thusfar with 'a squadron plaque, lighter, pen and ball cap In appreciation / Sav.ngs <' "k "
he has held 12 cadet leader- )"
ship positions from Cadet Squad. .. hr the.assistance/ that' Father Wootten has given to the Bonds
I officers and men of VA 44
Leader to Cadet Commander and

24 to his Chairman present the position Florida of Group Wing Putting TourneySet 1000 Yards From The Gate

Cadet Advisory Council. He has

ments attended and three two Summer Cadet Command Encamp- For BOQThe Good Laundry & Cleaners
Second Annual Bachelor
and Staff Schools. Officers' Quarters Putting Tour- & Jean's Tailor Shop

Having started his aviation nament will get underway at
career at 'the age of 16, he 3 p.m. March 22 at the B.O.Q. 6409 Roosevelt Blvd. EV4-2857
received his pilot ticket on the Putt Putt Course, NAS Cecil
Field.In .
18th of January, 1966 and soloedon
Coder Colonel/ / Frye February 12, 1066. He was the last years highly competitive LAUNDRY STARS EMBROIDERED
selected for.the 1966 CAP Glider putting,Captain S.D.Wright CLEANING ACCESSORIES
Cadet Major Frye Is-the: son former Commanding ,Officer of
Encampment which was held at TAILOR SHOP RATES
of Mr. and Mrs. Warren A.
NAS Cecil walked
Frye, who are also' 'members Chester, South Carolina, where} with top honors. away UNIFORMSREPIPES DECALS ft;
he graduated with his private The officiating this' year will EMBLEMS, "
glider pilot's' certificate and the be done by Cecil Field Golf Pro
Glider "A", "B" and "C" Bill Stott.Highlighting.his". HARRY SEZ
1000 rt..I4 U" 1..1. ,rl.t.0 .1111 :
.. Awards. At the
.qr..t0ta._...,.. .. .1I0_1lr C..1 recent Florida years tour-
IOf I .r .tff..t {
I MM, ..a, fl," ,o.,,,....n.. rus..oir. Wing Cadet Special Activities nament will be a Dance Band F With Spring' coming' on it's time to think' of Whites
fort 'm MOI Own. Utl
Selection he was selected to be G utilities again. We do 'em up, put all the starch
_10104... ..STAG.rd r.q IWTEI..1fMt.1_ ... participant of the 1967 CAP Power and "Go-Go"Girls. you want. in them and alt for 75* a Set. (With shirt
u0 SIP 0001-.t: $1 IL1 Name of team members must
T.0 : Pilot where Instead of Jumper OHLY65t. .
1Al. 111CI.,00LT TN M. Encampment upon '
submitted prior to March 21
iGrtss Y.dINi ,S.rrics completion he will receive his to the B.O.Q. Mess Treasurer., I
private pilot's license. He also _
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Service RecommendedMore I NATTC : Behind The Scene '

AdvantagesPresident ,

The Deputy Chief of Staff for By BEVERLY MOORE

Johnson says he will shortly recommend to Congressa Air from Marine Corps Headquarters Aviation Electricians MateB
pay increase for members of the armed forces. In Washington, D. C. ( ) School Intermediate Course, Through ,his own initiative h he
The statement was made in a message to Congress which also visited Jacksonville Naval Air named AE1 Kenneth Mohrmann has accumulated an impressive
called for ,revamping of the Selective Service system to draft Station last Thursday to inspectthe Honorman of the Week for AE number of college credits from
19 year olds first and tighten college deferments.The Naval Air Technical Training (8)) School.** Petty Officer Jacksonville University and Nor
President said the armed forces will continue to rely on Center and the Marine Avia- Mohrmann completed the Intermediate thwestern University. He Is pre-
those who volunteer' to serve. He said improving the quality of tion Detachment. Course with a final average sently enrolled in an advanced
service life encourages volunteering. It was in the connection he Marine Major General Keith B. of 81.917 Officers Electronics Course and
told of the forth-coming pay increase recommendation.The McCutcheon N and his party arrived "Honorman of the Week"from an Electrical Institute of Washington -
Chief Executive also noted such career inducements as the at approximately at 10a.m. Aviation Ordnancemen)Schoolis D. C.
military medicare program, the cold was GI bill and the Vietnam and as then briefed by Capt. AA Carl R. Echols. AA Echols Petty Officer Fiery ismarried
Conflict Servicemen and Veterans Act of 1967. Thomas B.Elllson.NATTCO>m- completed AO (A) School with a and has two children: a daughter
"I have asked the Secretary of Defense, to submit to me this manding Officer and Lt. Colonel final average of 85.14 7, and a newborn son. He lives
year a comprehensive study of military compensation and 'retirement John W. Sullivan MAD Commanding Lance Corporal Larry G. with his family In Jacksonville
system," he said. Officer. Tasei of Class 639 Aviation Fla.
MaJ. Gen. McCutcheon held an Electrician's Mate (A) School
President Johnson's proposals on the Selective Service System informal working inspection of was named '"Honorman of the
included: the facilities here which Included Week". L/Cpl Tasei graduated
Extension of the selective service' four years past its June Aviation Electrician's Mate from AE (A) School with a final
30 expiration date. Schools, Aviation Ordnancemen average of 94.007
Reversal of induction order drafting 19-year olds first. Schools, Radiography School and *******
Tightening of policies deferment' of college undergraduateswith different departments of the Ma- d
no deferment for graduate work except in medical_and dental rine Aviation Detachment. Honor Class from Aviation !

schools., Electrician's Mate (A) School
The President said he has directed the Secretary of Defenseand was Class 705. Class 645 A
the Selective Service Director to develope a Fair and Impartial from Aviation Ordnanceman (A)
Random (FAIR) system to tobecomefullyoperationalbeforejan.. School was Honor Class.
The fair system would give physical and mental examinations to
18 year olds, place eligibles into a selection pool at 19 and then ********
determine order of call.AVATRS.
NATTC's Serviceman of the .
Month for January 1967 is AE'
John M. Fiery of Aviation Elect-
f rician's Mate (A) School. Petty
Officer Fiery was presented witha
$50.00 U. S. Government Sav- S
j x. ings Bond and a Commendationby
I () Capt. Ellison inthe Commanding -
Officer's office on March 6th.
Also present during the ceremonies -
was CWO3 R. C. Schrie, NATTC Names "AE JohnM.

Division Officer of Phase Three, .' Fiery" Serviceman of the
Aviation Electrician's Mate (A)
Month for 1967.OurT.elnH.
School. Petty Officer Fiery will

f ,0/1, ,, also be the recipient of a USO '
} sponsored trip' of St. Augustine, il
Florida at,a:later date. ,: ,
-. During the 10 months that '
I MaJor'/ General/ Keith B. Mc- .Petty Officer Fiery has, been WASHINGTON March a -- '
Cutcheon, Deputy ,Chief of f assigned to' Phase One AE "06r Time,; :tn'Hell'' ,'" n"'ABCNewi
Staff (AIR) from Marine Corps '(A) School, "Hc'haS'' '"consistently ) Color Special about the

Headquarters, Washington shown himself to be an Marines' in the Pacific during
D. C.rj. outstanding .,Navy man in all World '''War II, will be aired
respects. His extensive knowledge nationally in March, accordingto
of the Aviation Electrician ABC.
rating, research instructional'
l material and dynamic personality Actor Lee Marvin, a former
I Joseph'sWelcomes serve to make his clas- Marine who received the Purple -
Why Pay
ses most interesting and sat- Heart in the Saipan cam-
Any task assigned is paign, will be the host narrator -
i : tackled with complete self of the special to be aired
EXTRA' i ,confidence and verve. One of from 7:30 8:30 p.m., EST on
All Service
: Petty Officer Fiery's commendable March 21. Marvin will Intro-
Personnel' + contributions to ,the AE duce the special and then'nar-
\ FOR YOUR AVIATION'COVERAGE? Schools is his outstanding per- rate actual color footage \of .
Pizza Spaghetti Lasagna formance as Class Advisor.In Marine fighting In the South Paci: "
SandwichesBeer this capacity, Petty Officer fic. #:" .
W. have 'Standard rates I Fiery functions as counselor to The one hour program will
: Wine more than 40 young students.
feature actual battle scenes,
The problems and situations

SUN thru THURS referred to him by his men call Guadalcanal photographed, Tarawa by Marines Guam Sal-on
FOR ALL!! for sound judgement tact, and
; 5:00 p.m. 72:00 p.m. firm decisions. The responsibilities ,pan. Tinian, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. -

I\ FRI and SAT of Class Advisor serve to r ,
5:00 p.m. 2:00 a.m. demonstrate Petty Officer" Marvin, who won an Academy
I $10,000 $60,000 With NO War, Aviation or Any Fiery's uniformly outstanding Award for his performance
: Other'. Restriction Located 910 King st. leadership abilities on a practical "Cat Ballou;. indicated to ABC
v every day basis." that his *fee for appearing
",' the Marine special would be don-
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Savings. .. "" .. IN FIRST SIX months of 1966,
Civil l Service HewsamBammfmaammmmammtmammummmetmammmmanmuH .1 ,
Bonds' Skills Air Force's 315th Air Dtv.
surpassed by more than 10per
mau amf based on your average earnings Eighty Naval Air Station sec- cent the record-shattering cargo
making a correct: report Important. retaries, clerk stenographers tonnage mark It set during all I'"
Organizational The filing of a report that and typists attended a training of 1965.
Changes does not include all your self- seminar March 1 in the indus-
employment income can resultin trial Relations Building 907. : f

a loss of benefit to the self- The seminar was conducted by .

necessitate EMDBS VoteThe employed person and his family. Miss Catharine Stevens, a sec- ....,.' ..',
Beside making sure that their retarial typing consultant fora :;J. ,". .
is I would U. S. Com- r
report accurate urge major Typewriter
board of Trustees for their ballots in the receptacle
all self employed people to
the Employees Mutual Death* normally used for collection of make sure their 'Social Security pany.The sessions, designed to up- S*A tJiJ)rL/-i
Benefit Society has been in assessments by March 22, 1967. account is correct. To help a grade stenographic and typing
formed that changes in the organization Retired members should return do this, have
person we a post- skills, included advanced typing APARTMENTS
of the Department of ,their ballots In the pre- card on which a statement of and transcription techniquesfor
the Navy will have a substantial addressed envelopes provided your account can be printed.It improving speed and accuracy
effect upon the membershipof no later than March 22, 1967. is only good business to make secretarial shortcutsand CONVENIENTLY/
the Society. Those changes All ballots must be signed sure that your' records are accurate time savers for increasing LOCATED
will, under the current Con- with the indicated,
and doubly
Department good business production, and proper type- NEAR BOTH BASES
stutition and By Laws makea or marked 'retired" to facilitate to make sure that we have kept writer care and maintenanceto
large number of the members verification of member- your Social Security record up Insure maximum performance. Only Min/ to Cecil & HAS7J.UNTS '
ineligible for continued mem- ship and eligibility to vote. to snuff.I .
bership.Of Ballots which are not signed will suggest you call or write s
immediate interest is the not be counted since such our office, Social Security Administration FLORIDA /
fact that on'April;' 1, '1967 the ballots will not verify mem 400 W. Ashley St., 1,2 Overhaul and Repair Department bership. Jacksonville, Fla. and ask for a LAKESIDE ESTATES APARTMENTS
currently assigned under the free copy of the booklet "Your Beautifuly wooded 2 1/2
Commanding Officer, NAS Jacksonville Social Security Social Security." e
Acre 165x660' -
Fla. will designated Properties ALL APTS HAVE:
(Article by R. B. Donaldson) Surrounding lovely SILVER
as a separate Command"-'as" a Interpreted By
"Naval Aircraft Rework FacilityIn
accordance with the cur- District DirectorThe Falling health compels me CARPETS
rent Constitution and By Laws sacrifice these prime Properties DH APES
employees of this establishmentwould deadline for filing your HONDAMOTORCYCLES at reduced prices of' CENTRAL AIR & HEAT '
not be eligible for con- 1966 tax return is drawing near. each. EasyTerjns. .UTILITY ROOM ,
tinued membership in'the Society. At this time of year we get a elevation magnificent view PORCH "
in Green Hills Com-
The Board of Trustees.for the lot of questions about Social popular .
Society have proposed.$he Con- Security and the.self employed We Civ Merchant Green Stamp. munity Panama, 28 City.miles Many north retired of Swimming Pool A Complete ,

stitution and By Laws be person partially because the self- Open Daily 8 am.7 p.m. ',. Laundry Facilities '
Military.. Electricity phones
amended to provide for the con- employed pay Social Securitytax \\\I\ "
tinuation of membershipof mem- and Income tax at the same Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. daily mall delivery. Good N Near Schools Both Private \i
hunting fishing. All water
bers who are In good standingas time. Because of this interestI Closed and Parochial
Sundays Money back Guar-
of March 31, 1967, of all will take this chance to talk sports & Shopping Center
Department Group or Offices,. about self employment and Social .MOTORS&CYCLES' antee Warranty- Exchange Deeds. privilege Insured j*

that have been a segment of Security.If Titles. .3 6756 103rd STREET f
the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville your taxable year's net'profit "
Write today for Free Maps, PHONE 771.8844
Fla. that Is $400 .
maybe designatedas or more you must I
separate commands after report the profit and pay the 4949 B landing photos, full information: I IBox RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 t'
March ;31, 1967. Social Security tax due. Evenif OWEN A. WOOD I
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mendments, with ballot, will be still must pay the Social Securitytax. ....... "?
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to them and,they will"'vote from :Business, subtracting -. +t4ugmU., -- :a
for adoption rejection of the ,all of your business: expenses, "t y'JI" .
amendments proposed by The including depreciation of ',your bLMilitary:

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'Young Wushini.iMemos It' 5 A Woman's '

With nothing to do as time goes by, :''','4'.i*i* ", I
Minds dusty oh *c VP-30
can get my my. World At
Your mind of cob webs you'd like to rid -- ,
But rothing worthwhile to your Interest does bid I ARMED FORCES INSURANCE
Awaken your mind from its dull little nap! legislation Introduced in Late
Just bring yourself and your thinking cap .:- February by Rep. Richard L.
, To the place )where young folks gather to pursue Ottinger, D N. Y., would Increase -
II Knowledge about things that may interest )'Oul! life insurance coverageof
There'll be discussions about books, movies or. people's whims servicemen form $10,000 Insurance -
Along with the fun of field trips, picnics, and swims. level established in
And who knows but what you just may find 1917 would adjust to today's
The people you meet are just your kind! ,. living index at $25,000.
What: more interesting swJect could you find? If you are concerned NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION I l ofa
about life and how others see it, come join our Young Adult had been awarded to USS Coral
Group In discussion. We will be discussing in the weeks to come, Sea and Attack Carrier Air Wing T
"the New Morality" and Communism." Also wehave, social Two for "outstanding performance -
activities and refreshments. Come to the Choir Room of the All in combat" by the
Saints' Chapel on Thursday evenings, at 7 p.m. Civil Service, Secretary of the Navy. 1 r
Waves, Sailors, Marines, Army, and Air Force everyone' is wel- RADM MASON B. FREEMANhas 0 _a
come. assumed Command of Cruiser wp
Destroyer Fore, Pacific. e
Fleet. Adm. Freeman relieved ".
RAdm. Walter H. Baumberger, ,4<
who has served as Cruiser eY ,,n ,'J

Loaded withproblems Destroyer Force, Pacific Fleet : r41
Commander Since May 1965.
Adm. Freeman's last duty stationwas
Assistant Chief of Naval
? Personnel for Education and Ens. Carolyn/ Ruth Baker, USHR ., ':..

money Training. "It's a woman's world Is the adage that is being heard
AMERICAN MILITARY POL- throughout the hangars of VP 30. The reason for this remark it::
ICE are conducting a training lies in the fact that VP 30 has a new Wave Officer. Ens. Carojyn' .:...
Ib : program (or Vietnamese National Ruth Baker has broken a tradition of an all male squadron since ..,
j :: Policemen at Di An RVN. Military she assumed the duties of Assistant Administrative Officer '
police of the 1st MP Co., Not only is Miss Baker the first Wave officer in VP 30, but : ,
1st Infantry Division, have been, she is also the only Wave officer in a training squadron on the East teaching American techniquesand Coast in the Atlantic Fleet. -- needless t4 say, a most unique fea,
methods to local policemen ;; '.
k from Lai Thleu, Di An and Tu ture.The purpose for this breakingof Ing Officer of VP 30 stated ,."
r 'Due districts. tradition is most meaningful.Since however, that Miss Baker's ,
most of the officers in the presence generates a FEW
squadron have flight duties, the problems but the attributes far
squadron oftenfinds Itself short- outweigh these The pro-
t .tj handed regarding officers. Miss blems that Cdr. Denmark alludL!
Baker shall supplement this need ed to Involve the lack of a* ( ', ,.i,
and help to add and maintain "Waves Head." The ,officers '
Kingsley 'continuity of command.Her of the squadron quickly rose ''j.,...j::
basic duties involve assisting to the situation and gave up :'"
the administrative officer of their facilites. Thus,Miss Bak- r.t'j ,.
MOTORS the ,squadron. Miss Baker alsohaO'quny er is now well provided for t4t'.
I \ \' collateral:)duties;these the sign,reads: "Carolyn's .';("
w 2 MII.FS SO OF MASJAX include, 'welfare and recreation ,Heidi" Cdr; 'Denmark.hopes':' ., '
that,Miss, Baker.,does .:/".
Ii of the unit,processing security however, "
Get loan from IN ORANGE PARKNO .," .
a clearances, custodian of techni- not request a powder room. This -
cal publications and postal of- could prove to be a real chalrl..,.,..
! Household Finance MONEY DOWNTO ficers. lenge to the ingenuity of the per j' ,JJ'" :
NAVY! (OAC) Miss Baker was rather surprised sonnel.: S
{ when she was assigned Miss Baker is originally from

,' When you have a money need, you're welcometo 59 PLYMOUTH FURY to the squadron but says that Shippensburg, Pa. She holds ', '
she preferred administrative and Bachelor of Science degree
the loan counsellor the a
see military 2 Dr. Yellow
personnel work. She says that from Penn State ( Class of 68))
HFC office nearest base. He's trained White top.
your she Is really enjoying her assignment in the field of Health, Physical
to serve and satisfy thus far, -- and the Education, and Recreation. Miss'
.: Gee NTHlePAYMjNT? IIA i the money needs of 62 RAMBLER WAGON odds of 294 men to one woman Baker entered Officers Candidate ;; :"" -'
Z te Real Nice/ car. make for an interesting situationLt. School Newport, R. I. :;In':', .e : ,
p part
r p""' paritl servicemen like
you.' J. W. Hoar Public Affairs October:.1966, and was commis:> (r::
$100 5.93 729 10.07 18.48 So unload your 62 FALCON FUTURAR Officer of the squadronsays stoned *in February 1967.; xi ,..'' "r' .
200 11.86
300 17.79 20.14 36.97 ,money problems & H, Auto/trans., that having Miss Baker aboard -. Miss Baker has a brother, Lt..' '.,4
21.88 3021 55.45
Real Clean. is just great." (MC) George W. Baker, Jr.: ";" '::, r
500 28,97 35,85 49.75 91.78 with loan from
a Cdr. G. T. Denmark CommandTORQ '. ;
who in the
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 55 FORD HardtopA is, presently serving ,1'.
HFCHouseholdFinance. real Beauty! Red & Mediterranean, home port being .:' ,, ,t
Ghent art computed at 3% on thai part oftcktduled
monthly Moncti not txcmtinf 9300 White/ / with/ matching Newport, R. I. Miss Baker ;lr'; :'
and 2%on any itmoinda. Interior. Like New. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs'e,
George W. Baker, Sr., of Ship, ." ,
63 TEMPEST CONY. pensburg. Pa. **. .* .
HOUSEHOFINANCE 4 spd.f; Baby Blue.
Lawn Mowers & Tractors Concerning her military service -; ', .:
Miss Baker comments:
Lots of Cheapies. SALES & SERVICEw. "I couldn't think J of a better '. '
Give Merchant Green Stamp. opportunity experience. I reI.I. f
Gayaa Zrca i Plenty of Compacts. Open Daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. commend' Nafvy for all women 'r .
TIRE KICKERS always as a marvellous experience,' .
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 WELCOME! WE Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. especially the training they receive -1 I'
at OCS." r- : .
Cedar Hills Shopping Center FINANCE! Closed Sundays "
Thus, while Miss fs finding e
3734 1-4581
Blanding Blvd.-SPring MOTORS"CYCLES
duty in VP 30 interesting and ,"4 "

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Ph 264-4525 rewarding, the men of the squads" .' ,..i "
still befuddled as to ,,: I
Ask ab.ut.ur.wnln h un ron are
4949 BLANDING BLVD. whether they should salute,
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Installation Closures Reductions NEW YORK N. r. -- 'Salem, ..' :
; Va. was officially ,mItted to 'I
the Eastern Hockey League by Buy
Consolidations'Within The NavyWASHINGTON EHL owners here Ma rch 7. This .
makes an 11 team circuit for the .

D. C. (NAVNEWS) . The U. S. Navy has been affected by 11 of the 33 major, 1967 two- 67 Florida season. cities Applicationsby West
state side, actions recently announced by the Department of Defense In its organizational realign- Palm Beach and Miami were Bonds
ment program within the armed forces. 'lJ
turned down for
. The principal actions involving the Navy include:' year.
1. Phase out of seaplane operations. Operational aircraft of Seaplane ( P 5)) Patrol squadrons .*......
: will be reduced significantly In Fiscal Year 1967 and phase out completely In Fiscal Year 1968. With ,
'. the phasing out of the seaplanes, three Seaplane Tenders and various seadromes will be discontinued.
New modern equipment installed In the P 3 land. type patrol aircraft permits the accomplishment
I ,( of surveillance and antisubmarine warfare missions without the use of the expensive and less capable
'," seaplane, tender seadrome combination and will result In an ultimate annual savings of $20.8

.. million.2. Consolidation of supply and Army laboratory at Natick, nounced by Secretary of Defense I
,;: service efforts and disestablishment Mass., by December, 1967. Robert S. McNamarahave
3. of the,Naval Supply Center, 9. New York. Brooklyn been completed they will ,:i
,;:. Bayonne, N. J. Current supply maintenance and repair shop of produce an annual savings of
support workload will be reassigned Military Sea Transportation $47.4 million and reduce per-
to the Naval Supply Center vice at Brooklyn Army Terminal sonnel by 4,358 without decreasing Check General Tire first sale in'67
Norfolk. Va., and the Naval will be disestablished by June, military effectiveness your Specialist's
Supply Depot, Newport, R. L The 1967. limiting our current activitiesin 1
continuation, at Bayonne, of 10. Pennsylvania y Philadelphia Southeast Asia. A total of .
: a small supply Headquarters Fourth Naval of
''I pro- 8,249 acreas land will also
vide support forettvities In District will be consolidated with be released for non Defenseuse. /Fag 4-PljNs Cord *JToali. log Hfaf

:,1 the ,immediate New* York area Headquarters Fifth Naval Dis- Blw-Oat Prctetkn Cmpa BafarVCorYCwtnl

-i as well as for Navy ships in trict at Norfolk, Va., by Jan- In order to minimize the impact l Triad J tow Qua&iy Ths '
4; the New York harbor. The International uary 1969. on employees and communities *
Logistics Departmentof ,11. Washington Seattle, the actions announced wLU + : Read At Sad PriisGENERAL :

the Center will be established Washington Thirteenth Naval be phased over a period of *
as a separate activity and remain District Will be consolidated with several years. AU career employees \
0 at Bayonne, with employee Headquarters Twelfth Naval whose jobs are eliminated .
'.;, augmentation from other Center District at San Francisco, Calif., will be offered another SAFETY-JETtJ
departments. Ownership of the January 1970.Miscellaneous. job opportunity. If the new job r .
Naval Supply Center real estate ( ) Phase out requires a move to another T' .. .
and related housekeeping of Naval Seaplane Operations location in the Department of =
responsibilities will be transferred World Wide. All shore operations Defense, the moving expenses t
to the Army Military;,; associated with sea- will be paid by the Govern-
Ocean Terminal now located planes will be terminated by ment. The Department of De-
there Annual savings of $3.5 July, 1969. This will resultin fense program of personnel adjustment .
million will ,be realized from the deactivation of seaplane will go into immediate [
this action. facilities at North Island San effect to ensure employment- TS1
3. Alaska. DutchHarborexcess Diego, Calif., and Whidbey Island placement in a wide varii ty of
land at the Naval OperatingBase Washington and reductions at new jobs ,j\ etxlalausotwurt
will be released for other Ford Island Hawaii, Patuxent Retraining programs) will be
use by June, 1967. River, Md. and Corpus Christ, established,. -where necessaryat
4. California.. San Diego the Texas. No U. S. civilian em- Government expense. The i
Seadrome at NAS North Island ployees are affected.It Services of the Department of
will be deactivated by July, has, been estimated that,, Defense Office of Economic, free Mounting/ 1t ,' i
1968. ,when all of the ,39 actions an- justment will be made available a ,
,' I
; .
Headquarters \ .
5. Massachusetts. '
: M
First Naval District will, CNO 'Citts' ,Navy ,R Dl'! 1.' trJ_ ,.:;'II 0' i .. [ 67" 'f; ;; ; 'I t I
'n ,. i '
be consolidated with- t'he Head- :.!: "ILACkWALLS. SI' 5" B70"1'. ; : \9 11
Third Naval ,District '! !! first SIZI&9SKI4FORD. ) J"rw"I. "
qurters 'tbs ANG i& (CALF:: 1sal air,! strikes against; .CHEVY l_
at New York N. Y., by January Nearly 50 percent; of all com- North Vietnamese-,targets, were PLYMOUTH MUSTANG I. .k..._.".
1968. bat air strikes over North Viet- flown from aircraft carriers ADO 12 FOR WHITEWAUS OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICED.
6. New Jersey: Bayonne, nam during the past 18 months because "they were there; they USE GENERAL'S auto-Gttirge) .plan NO MONEY DoWN.'EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSFor -
Naval Supply Center will be disestablished were ready; they were operatingon
have been flown by carrier -
driving( stop In for ,
and facility will be Rtpifttfilltlinifiwhil3PIECE
based Chief the free oceans; and they could
pilots according to SAFETYr BRAKEADJUSTMENT
transferred to the Army by
be used at the sole direction of
of Naval Adm. DavidL.
October 1967. Operations ANY PURCHAStlTthl WIND 'N RAIN SUIT y.wr.rrrE
McDonald. our President Wt do HI toll- .
8. New Jersey. Bayonne, ...., $ 95
before the National .
Navy Clothing and Textile func- Pointing to the Navy's roleas .=*..IM. Industrial Associationin
part of the nation's forceIn Security LtmfR I""IANI .......... .......
tions will be relocated to the .jEJUnrT .__ vWt
readiness, Adm. Los Angeles,the admiral PLOIYIUt.EED6. ""'I w.
that while advances were being 8 810, MOO1'OGAIII' GIANT ,._..'.. __...._..;;;r.......,_. :. .
made in Naval weapons'systems, "Dinpir by the doun"Sptcltll For plck-..1 "
"the Air Force's Strategic Air POPULAR CENERALCOL ', "ry truck* '
Command augmented by the BALLS '. 1 I, t ZIHNIAII Track CSNUAL Tire Vate ;: .".
I t
Navy's Polaris weapons system $C85 ( T t .. 9h I' .
and nucelar capable air- w.a*ito levMi ( ft
our I
ONLY. W DOZ. ;, 2E Mriy Nrd ttttrt SMM- .J. .,.-'"..:,
craft carrier, had successfully uMnwmmcummiOoMHt :IW nhe t rtn,your Horn o r.r, w I
ARE ACOOKfN achieved our country's highest --.-hMrtM loo MM.inmimiiiik.l.MM.Y J4. I,.=.... wN irarlgoM|wi*|.Hun toMrtuI?Hi tor slmlM your+ =.:,_:..:... C._,.: + ...
:=. ,.. "
priority mission, that of deter- 'rr4- 4w IW+n l ;:.,
ring a nuclear conflict."
The admiral said that 98 percent GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
of all material going into ;
Vietnam today is transported by CIO WM Aft.... St. 4520 I.. Avt. /ENEAALt..r
-.-.. Ctiii .._..... -
.. .. .. TIAE
lie this includesall
ship. explained "' 4ii n. I/f uq
trucks and avai- III"I AM.T.1 P.M.-UOH.TNHU UT.
] tion fuels; all food, most of the
ammunition all heavy equipment,
and all construction materials.

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CHICKEN ROW BOAT $3.50 Doc Dollar Does /If: Again I "\/ : ,:: ::

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DINNER YACHT $4.40 /? < offor :, Income Tax Ills Cured :

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r F : JAX MARIN ES si I.S5 NARTU News and Views |x

': / Boy Scout Troop 447 from r Another recent tour sponsoredby
Waldo the Navy
Ormond Beach Fla., toured NARTU Jax
Franklin D. RooseveltSea
NARTU and NAS Jax. March 11 League
and 12. Cadet Squadron. young
I EXPERT Sgt, D. F. Martin- Cadets accompanied by two
Twenty Boy and
Annual Marine Corps re- of NARTU ,toured the
,qualificatfon was held during Score of 238 six of their leaders from the members
the week of March 6 through .< ,l\ 44444441SHARPSHOOTER" Ormond Beach Troop were host- Cape I , March 10 1967 for the Marine ed during their stay by the reserve Upon arrival at the Cape,
Aviation Detachment. Trophies" Lcpl. M.:A. training unit. the cadets were greeted by a
were awarded by the Com- Mahle Scorer. of 218. .' The weekend tour began' at Trans World Airlines representative -
; manding Officer of MAD to the ******** .' 11 a.m. on Saturday when they Mr. Paul Pickins
; high; shooters in the following MARKMANVGysgl! : ?",:'E.' were greeted upon their ar who drove the bus during the
: categories: Alexander Score of 209. rival at the NAS Main Gate bv Cape Kennedy tour which lasted
their tour guides SN G.W.Fair- about two hours. The tour was

t "-"..........---------.-__.______uu_________ ___.____...______.__ field III and PH3 F. P. Rediker punctuated with frequent stops
; :.:.::.:: :::::;:;:;:;:;:::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=::::::::::::::::;:::::: ,:.:::. both assigned to the NARTU to allow picture, ,r taking and
II! Public Affairs Office. The Franklin D. Roosevelt/ sight seeing.
I Ii Following a brief break for Sea Cadet Squadron of Jacksonville ArmyfNavy, andAir Force
lunch group was formally Florida, board a U. are' well) represented at Cape
welcomed aboard the station
S. Navy bus at NARTU JAX visual record of
KennedY:frxs a
by LCdr. George E. Custer,
i 1 NARTU Public Affairs Officer. the accomplishments in the Space
'" ti;. \''\\\\M S r; Program for each branch of the
If'I : The group then proceeded to I I News ForWomen | service,.impressively greets
::: .. 'D .. : observed formed by Hangar the flight Selected operations 113 where Reserves.per-they. each viewer.On leaving. Cape Kennedy the

:3 COMPLETE STOCK IMPORTED/ sti ::: They were lectured on each of cadets proceeded to Port visited Cana-the
veral, where they
the various aircraft assigned to Club held their
Marine Wives
; PARTS ACCESSORIES ; NARTU and Coast Guard's experimental
SUPPLIES parachute loft
.. annual election of officers missile firing ship USS Observation -
: FOfl ALL MAKES AND MODELS I: provided the an informative brief- Monday night March 6, 1967. Island.
ing on survival
:::' OF CARS 6 TRUCKS :::::' in the aircraft. equipmentused Incumbent officers are: Pres- The Jacksonville Navy Lea-

::: Call For Service P:: That evening they were quar- ident Betty Lorraine Jean Bock Furseth; Vice- gue's. ,Sea Cadet Program bergan -
president ;
In 1962 and tlje cadet undergoes -
: }
tered aboard the
,:%:::h I I Ir 311 9331 / I ''''I .I: early, their the next morning station' continued Treasurer Secretary -.' Vivian Angle Cavanaugh Daniels*; Naval Air training Reserve similiar Upon the-
: l tour with look
a at
The newly elected officers are: graduation from high school
: SOS McDUFF AVE. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 32205 X; the Crew NAS Firehouse and Crash Dot Lynn President; Vice the cadet is able to enter the
Er1 w:: :::::::;:: :;: :::::f'CCC: <<:" :: WwwS:::;;;;;:*:::;!::::;:W::::::yAiIS:::::!: :::SS:::>:S:>:JiAiA!:?::: :::ft::C*.>:KC:>IiS'ii:':m the president Evelyn Connella Treas-; Navy as E 2. Anyone desiring -
i FollowlPH"this. troop proceeded Secretary JodyQiilton; specific information on
to 'the NAS Operations Swartz. Delicious
urer Mary this fine "program may con-
Building where\\they' got to see refreshments were served by Dot tact the NARTU Leadership Of-
FACTORY the more interesting portions of Lynn and Blllie Nye. Meetingsare fice a'at extension 732,., aboard
\ 'the Radar Air Traffic'ControlCenter held bimonthly top floor NAS J ax.
and the Fleet Weather' \tAcey Ducey Club 8p.m., every
Fat mty._ 1st.and 3rd Monday of the month._

.. REDUCTION BattleshipM

MRftARY AUTO l INSURANCE: Association T<

J\ All Ranks All Ages t. .Hold... Reunion' -


EASY MONTHLY (Battleship NAVNEWS.The Association American will hold

t its Fourth Annual Reunion in
"I'll 1iiidlllliiiiiiiiiiuiiiii4 PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S Las Vegas June 8 11, 1967.
The Association composed of
officers and men who served in
I anyof our Navy's 59 battleships
has mustered several thousand
t members in just--four. yeai's.
: INSURANCE AGENCY / A world wide, search is
f currently underway for new
'members and all personnel who
_MORE THANCHRYSLERS 4479 Roosevelt llvd. 388-7676 have served in battleships are

2990 Mayport Rd. 24<
t ation and the forthcoming
Those requesting information:
should direct their. correspon-
F dence to:
i & David C. Graham'
ir Chairman American Battle-
PLYMOUtHS ship"Association '<
P.O. Box 11247
BELLAIRHOMES San 'Diego, California 92111.

t MUST GO The Association. hopes to makethe
I, 1967 reunion the biggest one
to date and urges all those who
I.t I. have had battleship duty to be'
t R with the group at Las Vegas in
t June.
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Only 20 minutes South of HAS ortWwy.17CLAYTON SUNDAY
p TIL 6p.m.

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76, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER .. > .. ..0.. ,,,, H ....:,.1 ;. ...:..,. ....."... .

Movies ": : ; : Club Schedules

; ; ; ; : ;;
MOVIES will be shown regularly ,
at the NAS' Jax 'Theatre .. WAS JAX la1_
at 6 and 8:15 p.m.: Monday thru "0" CLUB -- Friday see Preston the Hypnotist, also dance to
Saturday. There will also be a the music of the SAM ROSS COMBO from 8 p.m. till 12 a.m.
matinee at 2 p.m. on. Saturday, THE MOONLIGHTERS will provide dance music on Saturday
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital from 8:30 p.m. til 12:30 a.m. Remember Tuesday is foreign
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly dish ,night with German food being the dish of the week. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field 1950Blartdfng' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 322JO to arrive'
will have two shows during the CPO CLUB -- All the Irish sweethearts will be at the ST. not later than Tuesday for ublication the ,following' Thurs-
day. Ads; arriving' too late for this' deadline will be publishedthe
PATRICK'S DAY DANCE on Friday with musical entertainment
5:30 8 Mat-
week at p.m. .
following' week unless the .is '
publisher instructed other
inees will be shown on weekends provided by MARK CASTLE. DICK WILSON'S MODERNS will take
A check
wise.' or money order for the full cost of the ad must
at 2 and 5 a.m.THURSDAY over the spotlight on Saturday. On Sunday THE BUD CLARK COM- be received' WITH the copy for the ad,
March 16 BO will provide music for dining and dancing.
NAS: "PROMISE HER ANY BLUEJACKETS INN -- Swing with MARCH WILSON tonight from RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) '

THING, with Warren Beatty arxl 1 7 p.m. till midnight. PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS will P.r additional line ((4 words per line). ., .Y''.0.50
Leslie Caron.HOSPITAL entertain on Friday for the ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANCE with features '
: "AMBUSH BAY"" GREEN BEER and special prizes from 8 p.m. till 1 a.m.
with Hugh O'Brian and Mickey Saturday THE FABULOUS RAVENS will supply the notes from CONSULTANT {
Rooney. 2 p.m. till 6 p.m. and then turn the spotlight over to MARCH 1967 AUTO ZIG ZAG SYMBRA BRASSIERE
WILSON AND THE REDCOATS from 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Sunday, Repossessed in cabinet. Button- Improves the
FRIDAY, March 17 features the RAVENS from 2 p.m.till 6 p.m. and the SOUL SOCIETY holes, overcasts, decorates, etc. line 28 AA' 52M cup Phone
from 8 p.m. till midnight. THE RAVENS again make the sceneon Bal. $28'or $5 mo. 2362 Bland- 264 6906 or 264 4016.

NAS: "THE APPALOOSA".with Monday from 8 p.m. till 12 a.m. THE CHANTELS supply a ing at Cassat. Open 9 to. 6 HOME FOR SALE: 4 br,, 2 bath,
change of pace on Tuesday from 8 p.m. till 12:00 a.m. "BINGO" & Sun. 3882541. 3
Marlon Brando and,John Saxon. fnoed, air cond. min
will be the from 7 till 9 to SEWING CENTER'FOR
password on Wednesday p.m. p.m. RAYFIELD _
.HOSPITAL: "PROMISE'HER to NAS Jax. $250DN assume
be followed by THE HOLIDAYS from 9 till midnight.
ANYTHING" with Warren p.m. SALE blooded Black FHA in service 7216
Beatty : Full $15,300 ,.....
and Leslie Caron.SATURDAY HAS CECIL male, 2 yr. old German Shepard. Midway, Ortega Hills 389-5548.
771 2963.
March 18 r BEACON CLUB..Tonight is game night beginning at 7 p.m. TOUCH'& SEW SINGER '.
The Strangers will play after the gumes.. A Shrimp plater is the '61 SIMCA 4 dr sedan R & H. save $249Repossessed J.
NAS: "IN HARMS WAY", with special for $.50. Friday night the En Crowd will be on stage. NEW W/W tires New paint makes chain
John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. Then at 10:30 p.m. there will be a special show featuring Bill Knight 25 to 28 m.p.g. exc cond. stitches, winds bobbin in ma.chine. -,
with Marlon Brando and there a Happy Hour rom 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday the Formationswill reliable person assume paymerits
19 1/2 FT. INBOARD
John Saxon. be the featured! band. $10 mo. or $120 cash.
call Smith 264 4525 or,,264 -
=:::-::::::: ;:.. 2362 Blanding at 'Cassat. Open -
mm :
>> ::>::::::;: 4791.
CPO CLUB.... the CPO Club have
Friday night will a Shrimp Boll. 9 to 6 & Sun. 388 2541. '
'GttRECEPTION Tickets for ,this are on sale at the club. The band will be Fran! RIV. 200 X CENTER''
Tickets for this are on sale at the club. The band will be Frank ft. fenced dock
200 deep' wtr. ,
Binder. Saturday the specials will 'be Lobster for $2.35 and a'Sea hse, grg. select area Brideport. 16 Ft. BOAT CONTROLS -25HP
Food Plater for $1.50. Mark Castle will be the'featured band. ;35 mina to NAS. Low price. Evinrude elec., 2 tanks Gator
Sunday the special will be a Chicken plate for $.85. Wednesday is
Call 264 6869 or 1- 328-'3148. trailer. _Boat needs repairs-;
At The CPO CLUI Game Night starting at 7:45p.m. $150. Also 5HP motor, tank ,-
FOR SALE- 14' Boat, 5 1/2 HP $75.! 771DACHSUND- 6899. ,. ,

Bldf..I 593 (Topside. ) I WAN. ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU I week motor days& Trailer only. $300,7644426, .PUP MAL ,' 'AKC

Reg., 10 wks old, shotstwormed,
Fer ALL Chiefs. 'NEW BRICK 3 BR. .CENTHEATAC $50. 77J 6899. *t
Intercom system. 2 car
Aid '
port. 1365 :q. Ft. living area '- ,. FOR. RENT OP FOR SALE--
Fruitwood kitchen. 30.1n..pom- Houses '&,Apts. Equity VA &
7:009:00: PM VISITCLAUDE "pace'grange. 14 fo cu/inl'r frig. i iXFrosu f, FHA.resales+ ?$50 &:$100( doWn:
." v ''f proof)' 2 B with vanity3 Call Poweiror.'Mills. USN/Ret, :
Mat'. r171 acres flowing wellsChool'b'us'route' 264-2411 Orange. Park Realty. .
: Near creek,

:The CPO Wives Club. will: Good fishing selling price HOMES FOR.SALE
present a SKIT "SOME DO NOLAN $19,500- 282 '5275. '1", $50 $100 Down. Completely

SOME DON'T" ',' reconditioned Some with range
DIAL 0 MATIC and' oven. Free consultation.Call .
DOOR PRIZES!! C/VDILUC & PONTIAC 1967 ZIG ZAG Dennis Burchill, USN Ret.,

Coat & Tie, Please.FLORIDA in Nice console. Makes buttonholes Home 771 0371 Office 356-
*:;:;.:.>: m ::::: m : : ;;i p blindhem, monograms & 7371, Seven days a week. .
fancy stitches. $36 cash or $5 24 hours service. :
mo. 1948 Blanding Blvd. at STOCKTON WHATLEY&DAVIN
*San Juan Open 9 9 & and Company REALTORS'

1.311.fortyth...D.wn'.wn I Sunday 3881551..
FRIDAY .:ADVICE. 7 'daysa,
THE MOSTSHOCKING JOBS AVAILABLE week.- Homes for sale$100Dwn.

FILM of .IBM.Cashier/Checker: Equities No Qualifying,,Rentals.
OUR GENERATION! .Clerk Typist Homesite Lots Acreage, Invest-
Train Now Pay Later -, Jobs ments. WALTER T. BOWEN
Meet t'the Hippies... open Student Loans,Top jobsIn Reg. Broker USN Retired.. 384-
Teenyboppers.. I Jax area for trained people. 1376. .
High school not required. No Age
the Pot-Partygoers... limit.' Day and night 1classes. BOAT FOR' SALE 17' SUPER-

out for ,anew Free Placement: Service Accredited Craft,with Johnson 35 and trailer.
by .N. E. A. -A..Call Outriggers and 2-slxj: : 1-twelve
th ri II ... 356 5745 gal, tanks, wide beam good for

a new KICK!,, CAREER, TRAINING INSTITUTE off-shore.' 'Good condition, $700.
311 Florida'Title Bldg. Phone 387. 4451 or 264. 2573.
r eves. and weekends.

'1SEE. FOR $30 .. J i
St. /*
BURGER'CHEF-- 6238 )03rd
& Women Pert ,
needs .. Guarantee Makes buttonholes,
time & Full,- 771-0855.
decorative'designs -
sews on buttons,
monograms, etc. Just pay
FOR SALE1963 Custom'Comet off balance $30 on easy terms.
Automatic trans., '4 door Sedan, Phone 3531946 anytime. Will

... Ready T* Help Y cu.... 2 ''tone Excellent condition. Call .f deliver' No obligation. ,;,:>
NAS 389 7711 ext. 8645. A-l SEWING MACHINE,CO. -#.

Heed money? Heed some Impartial advice? The ;',. .

credit union Is always ready to do all It can for RENT or SELL LARGE ,'3BR FOR RENT .. 2 B, House Comp.11wrJ':!

IHCOLO1 a member /like you, because you own It. You can '2B, fam. rm. ,'cent. heat corn- Furn., Lg .yd... Orange ,Park,
depend on our advice. And you know the cost of er lot, fenced' yard, like 'new- Will Rent.'to. TAD Personnelor" ...
CENTER borrowing will be among the lowest ,_. with no DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr. 771' bachelors 264 6884. :: .
extra charge' (or the life Insurance on .eligible 0374 or 771 7874. > 4'a
36 w.Adams Dow&.wm J

?elltuezecM1nay loans ._ *. HYDE GROVE ACRES
Cie WHtI,y.TIII.y1Je FOR .RENT:,. ORTEGA'HILLS 4 bdrm., 2b, fam. rm. w/fpl.,
Four min from NAS:" 3 BR, carpet cent beat & air,:wooded -
7 I IC 1tIdOIlHJIT Kit equip. : 764 '6683'eves. fenced 'Lot. Low do.. pay-

NillfItJ 'ment' assume. 5 1/4 mtge.
$180 per mo. inclu. tax & ins. '.'.
GOING ON LEAVE? TRANSFER? 781 0737. f'4'! ':
IWmN 1;
1 We may have a car for your'
a 'distination All gas' and oil 1964 CUSTOM COUPE |.
k. JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 paid Call or write for infor- ,
T.I. 384-1391 or Tel 'SP 1-3211 or maton. Future reservations Pontiac Tempest. p/s., R&H,

MIIW.MN Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 accepted. 561 Northeast 79th St.Wflamf A/T., & ,New: Nylon tires, orlrtf" !-
wse 9:30.4:30 Hours Mon-FrJ fi:30-3:00 I. J305 :
Hours.MonFrl. : I.9m.r't .9ff2ti1J.-:

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t J/"C MID Marines 1M Champions Hand Signals Foritfall )

:, ExplainedThe

JAX'S NCWCST following Official ,United Field Gymnasium
CHRYSLER P PA States Volleyball Associationhand Cecil Field has been selected
: :
"DIALIR" __ 4 signals are being printed host for the Sixth Naval District
at this time to acquaint the spec- Tournament April 3 '- 7. the
tator with the signals he will South Atlantic Regional April
LET YOUR OLD 2: be seeing in the coming volleyball 10 14, and the All Navy April
tournaments at the NAS Cecil 17 21.
1 ? Ii
'65s i
+ 6 pass. V/8, Auto/trans.
SPECIAL PRICE The '67/M Basketball Chanps

$1988 The Marine Barracks Basket- fection as they went in for mostly
ball Team are the 1967 Station lay-ups in th second half.
j. Intramural Champions. The Big Floyd Catlett played his FOROFFICIAIf'STIMrCUT
VA44two best of the season dunkingin 1 n '
Marines won by beating game THEN POINT TO SELF
'66 games to none in a best 24 points. All the Marines
VALIANT SIGNATE ,of three playoff. starters hit for double figures DENTE
2DR., HIT, Fact. War The first game won by the with Catlett 24, Morris 21,
ranty, Lou Miles, Auto/ Marines 68-64, was a rough con- Murray 19, Stone and Fergersonwith LINE
l :?Xt trans, R & H. 10 each. The Hornets were
.I $1188 test with both teams playing ha rd.
The Hornets led by two at half led by Hornbeck .with 20, Love
time but the Marines came on 19, and McGee with )J6.
strong in the second half and The,two victories left the Mar
led by 10. With two minutes.left ines with a 26 and 2 record
?\.,PLvY/b V/8,BELEVEDERE Auto/trans in the game the Hornets pulled for the season.,
Air Cond. Extra speciay within four but were never ableto
price. closer for the remainder
get : /)
Thfif"'Marines were led by Zip

Morris withY23, Sandy Murray Be a courteous bowler -. DOUBLE FOUL DOUBLE HIT FOUR HITS
II I Ir with 21 and Catlett! with 16. The remember the first player on the '
Ij v j Wogv 6 cyl, Auto/ Bradley with 16, Kwaple '15. However when two adjacent players -
f trans., R & H, A/C. McGee and Hornbeck with 12 reach the approach at the
i each. 'same time the one to the right
$1181r The second game very nearly has the right of way. In this
turned into a route for the Marines case the player on the left should
the Hornets never led and step back of the approach so the
were down by 20 or more points one on his left won't have to wait
64 .DODGE DART G.T 'several times in the 87-69'win for him. Right of way';applies
Hard Top J .speeaV .& for the Marines. The Marines only'to the lane or lanes adjoin-I
H. fast break was working to per- ing yours. .

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2 dr., H/T, V/8, Auto/ CenterOpen
trans, Power steering,
In Warranty, ...
$18 for your convenience 6 am.; 10 p.m.

road services. pick dp. ft delivery ROOSEVELT MALL

'65 FORD CUSTOM mechanic on ty..American. ft Fereif C.rst

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k trans, R & H. -ee 771-9156 '
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R, & ,H Original, White, Gold mileage Interior itlet Marina WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL

Fact Warranty $1411 SALES, aid SERVICE for
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Same-day service. .
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'vx STORE '51.80 9.00 427.5' 25.00
F CHRYSLER-PLY., INC. & 2'9.11' 13.00 SOO.5'' 29.00
286.73 '7.00 600.00 34.39
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"' fOO .C. LAURA ST.
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March l 16, 1967 '

Fliers ,Move Outside -I-IIII1 *** ..IJJluIt""I"IIJIIIIIII11I11.! "':

I .* :r...... x-a,Tr1a1.ra,1.Bo: "V',1iD..5: *. I
For 31st City TourneyThe ,

Jax Navy Flier basketball the Jacksonville City Recreation National League Continental League
team, switching from indoor to Department, the tournament Team Won Lost Seven Tens 11 1 Sparks 5 7
outdoor court action,will be one sponsor. FICEUR CPO's 13. 3 White Hats 11 1 Kings Pins 1 3'
of more than 60 area teams Spectators planning to see any Sky Warriors 13 3 Falcons "B" 8 4 Mad Foxes #f# 1 1 7
entered in the 31st annual City of .the games should travel NFO liB" 11 5 Electrons. 7 5 Pin Benders 3 ,5
Outdoor Basketball Tournament Roosevelt Blvd. north to Mc- Aces 11' 5 MARTD 9 3 Molorolas 1 11
which began last night, ( March Duff Avenue, turning left. Travel Hurricanes 7 ',' 9 Rip Cords 4 8 Viglantes 3 9'WECONNETT
15)). The Fliers, sporting a approximately 13 blocks, turn- Rejects 6 ,f. .'',..":;, 10
25-9 season record go against ing west on Lenox, the first Flag Staffs 5.f. ,', : 11
the Hornets at 945pmFriday. through street after the Interstate
I 10 overpass. Lackawanna Park is Caduceus 9 .7 tfmaHfmmmmmmamummaammaaamamaaammamma
Competing In the event will be the Cannon Cockers 7' 9
on side of Lenox, going
I Jacksonville area male teams, west, two blocks from the turn.INTRAMURAL Lucky Sevens 4 12
of ': 14 & USED TV SETS
some which have playedthe Riggers 2. "
past season as a unit; othersin ., NEW ADDING MACIIINES
the "pick up" category. | American Leagcre' NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ,.
Because of the tourney's size- bti: FREIGHT SALVAGE
able field, games will be single ti BASKETBALL!I Team Won Lost aE EASY CREDIT TERMS
elimination at LackawannaPark's HRS. 9a.m. Come In & Brows!
double cement courts. Two one point wins in Am- i I" 7p.m.
Teams finishing{ first, second erican League play marked last Splitters 12 8
third and fourth will receive individual Friday's schedule: Dispensary NFO "A" 13 7 5326 WesctMttt tlvd.' it 103rd 771-0750
and unit trophies from squeaking by Communications, Cloak & Daggers 13 7
41 40 with Snyder notching Trainers 9 11
Softbill Meejni| '.Slittd 15 and teammates Randall and AOMD 11 9
Harris adding 10 apiece in AEWRONFOUR 10 ... 10
.Next Wcinesdiy the initial evening contest and Supply 71. 9 .....-
the last game 'of the evening Play Boys 13 S. i
An organizational meeting for saw Supply suffer its first loss Falcons "A" 10 10 .,, '" .
Intramural Softball is scheduledfor of the campaign to VAP62 Neptunes 8 12 \
the NAS Gym, Building Threeat 54 53. Bob Cochran paced Zero's I .. 8 12
9:30 a.m. March 22. Each the winners with 11 field MisFits 8 12 .5 Last
unit aboard planning to field a goals and -one free throw for 23 Pacific ,
team this Spring should send one points. League
representative.League American League Team Won Lost
play is expected to Needlers 16 4
start April 17th. Last; season, Team Won Lost Afees 12 8 .wesaid.
22 teams played in two leagues Supply 15 1 Cursors 12 4 .t
during regular season followed VAP 62 12 3 Mad Foxes Ii 2 8 4
by a double elimination tourna- Marines 10 4 Marine Bks. 8 12 ::00' .
ment and a game withtheNATTC FAETU 9 8, Red Caners 7 1 ,
for the VP-5 a 4 712 i .
champion mythical station VP 30 Ollefs 8 j r a "
championship. Dispensary 7 7 Impulses 6 ..m1l10 T.yes r.
ComFairJax 6 11 PRO's 8 4
NJST Ceps Fevrth Piece Communications. 5 12 Crash & Fire 6j.. 14 .,' .' \.,'. "

Afees ComOffMess 2 2 15 14 Alley Catsa a,6' '' 14 to a mailman who needed just a bit more: ). i
The Navy Jax Swim Team.under Gold : .3' 13
.. the direction of coach,Chuck ,----'----'-.,.-w-jl--.--.--- --------.-.---- to swing a week's ,vacation in Miami. ':.. :
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Phillips, churned their way to '
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a respectable fourth place in a '
airman who the family color
12 team field at the recent to an got a
Gold Coast Swim Meet''March "*', .,*TV instead of a back' andwhiteportable.:": ;';' ,':
. 4 5 'oat Swimming" Hall. .. ofjFame,1 *'* *, ; "Ff',' f Laucierdale: FiatSwimming. ./ 1 ?- \ NrNf' ter .r
against proven,, t'.tth *( PTJ' 5' : to a salesman who wanted to pay his in'i:..;'

Southeast 400 yd. medlay U. S. stars relay the finished NJST Northeast Florida's AuthorizedSALES sqran e premiums in one lump 'sum. ,;

third In their.event, highlighting'
the afternoon. AV. to a sailor who could spend two extra tr '

o days home if he went by air. <::t. ,


SERVICE VOLVO to a school teacher who needed luggage 1 -

for a tour. .\. \4, ., ., '.,, ..
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Shirts. $1.19 ::
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Pick up a tub today and surpriseyour .
family with a delicious taste .
1901 Blvd. r
treat. You'll understand why we Blanding 387-6888
1902 Old Kings Rood 356-8815 .' .' .
It tastes grtat. .. 3312 leak Blvd.JttkssuvHle ). ,
3635 St. Johns Avenue 388-9074 If

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t BASKETBALLIn Conference Title;
what was undoubtedly the
greatest margin of victory by Beat Out Glyiico NiRD'YAL)
an intramural team this season -
VW 4 of the National
League combined for 130 points to The Jax Navy bowling team
55 for Hospital in a lopsided completed their second six game
contest last Thursday in the gym. series in the Fla./Ga. Inter-; aY
VW 4, able to manage only service Conference Tournament ,
17 points in the first quarter Saturday and when final tallies Y; A
came on strong for its 14th sere made the keglers found
t win on the season. the had outdistanced Glynco
i ,? Leading the scoring for the Navy by 1 182 pins for'first place
J "Hunters" was Chuck Bryson and tourney champion. GET THESE FREE.DIVIDENDS WITH YOUR TIRE.PURCHASE IK MARCH!
,with 46, followed by Cliff Ormsby High game honors went to Jim
with 26, Russ Sobolewski and Henley of Cecil Field with a 257;
Buzz Sharp with 18 each Clancy high set man was Dave Herb of CHARGES WHEELS FREE .
Prevost with 10, Larry McConley Glynco with a 677 and high aver-
added nine and Mike Culwell for the
age tournament was 60 DAYS LESS TIRES PURCHASED.
scored three. sported by Bob Wilkins of Jax NOW THROUGH MARCH 31stBuy Nc
The 130 points represented Navy (FiceurX) Wilkins con-
the most scored in recent NAS tributed 2495 for the 12 game c
t JAX Intramural history repre-- series. ,.
sentatives of the Athletic Office Conference Standings: Jax
noted. Navy 11108: .Glynco,10926; Cecil
i National League field 10905; Mayport 10771;
Team Won Lost Sanford 10736} McCoy' AFB
VW-4 14 1 10733; Orlando AFB 10554'and
."VP 30' 12 2 Moody AFB 10130.

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NARTU 9 6 THE Pays

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For Financing' and Insurance
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DYER M. BURR Ranges & Refrigerators you'll have on a dry road! 16
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ne.ded it. And cur>nt..d them 100%for the repair or replacementof
of all major mechanical partafor 30 day or 1000 mile. Com WHEEL
on band double check. .Cold'Wealher
Did :

66 VW SEDAN. . . . . .5/595
65''' VW SEDAN Air Conditioned. ., e SI495 Hero's What We Do .$E for'your e4M ?

65 VW SEDAN. . . ... ... J//95/ 1.Adjust Caster : oatterw tAwardt
: 63 VW 'SEDAN.* SUNR00F..5950. :
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64 VW STA. WAG. (BUS). . . .J/495 DELCO
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t 64 CHEVY NOVA 2DR. . . 5/095
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