Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Editorial President Aoooints DefenseQSItr .
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President Johnson picked 61- February, although a definite date ministration and has been a con-
ADailySaluteAt year-old Washington attorney has not been announced. Mc- sultant on diplomatic and defense \
Clark Clifford Friday to become Namara will become presidentof matters. r
the. next Secretary of Defense. the World Bank. The Senate must approve Clif
8 a.m. each morning flag goes up. Drivers bring Current Defense Secretary Robert The new Pentagon chief has ford's appointment before act
of the year a brief cars to a stop and await S. McNamara will leave the served as an advisor to pre- ually becomes Secretary of De-
ceremony takes place a- the carry on whistle of the top defense post by the end of sidents since the Truman Ad- fense.
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board every U.S.naval act- horn. '
ivity in the world. It's Yet a few individuals fall
colors. to render the proper re- X AY" NEW
Here at NAS Jax a steam spect. Stopped motorists J'
horn sounds across the have been honked and yelled ..
base and a Marine color at for "holding uptrafflc. .. taIIIl... }ffI6, !,;', ," "(.,'\. ,..' ""
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guard smartly runs Old -1t, :: < "',;1'" ''" ,1.1( 1'i ,
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by the Hult Publlslun Company.a prtvtu firm.Opinion np.d by the publUlwr and orlltra herein' are then own and not la b e conildortd ut offlrUI'preulon of wiyInUUw
women have, been seen dpirtmtnU The appearance of adveitUwntnl In,Dili publication cIollllOt COMtlLUt.an indorsement of ant millurj department of the product '' standing or walking outside VOL. 25 NO. 42 U. 5. NAVAL MR' STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA J JANUARY 25. 1968
} while watching the colors

.. S what rise,Is apparentlyunawareof going on. Defense Department Initiated

Is it because we don't i
I know what is going on --
;S or is it that we Americanstake
r too much for granted? Project Transition' UnderwayUUUB
Do we take for granted the

, wonderful country in which

we live--our rightsprivileges ,The" Secretary of Defense'has Permission from a transition Aspihall, WAVE. K,.
r and freedom? established a "Project Tran- trainee's command must be ob"With the Project Transition
Throughout the history of sition" program to make avail- tamed if he elects to attend a just underway here,;we urge all
our great country, at war able in-service training and educational Navy or vocational school or onservicemen who will soon be returning -
and at peace, the Stars and opportunities for servicemen the-job training during working to civilian life to take
, Stripes have been a symbol returning to civilian life. hours. On-the-job training will advantage of the opportunities the :
x of life, liberty and the NAS Jax is one of 14 naval not be offered to people on board project offers,"Lieutenant Smith
, pursuit of happiness. bases which has been selectedas ship or in air squadrons. stated. .
On the battlefields our Transition Lt. Elizabeth Smith is the NAS '
: a Project train- Interviews and counseling ser- .
eta,', flag has waved as an inspiration ing site by the Secretary of De- officer-In-charge of the trans ivices in connection with the transition -
and symbol of hope fense. tion project, and is assisted by project are held at the
, t to our fighting men. Even The objective of the projectis BRCM St. Clair Rougeau, BMC, career counseling office in Bldg.
I'' S in the" darkest' hours of war to increase employment pos- Donald Buford and PN3 Pamela 955.
Our flag waved, provingto sibilities for enlisted personnel
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the world that Americans ending active duty. The transi- .p. .u -- .p..nn
cared and would keep fighting tion process begins after the six
J f S so that men throughout months reenlistment interviewfor
l. the world might be free. all people who do not intendto r News in Brief l
Freedom's Symbol Today, many of us get reenlist.
so caught-up in our daily Interviews and
counseling concerning -
f Glory up the pole into the routine in a fast moving the transition project are

: morning A few air.minutes later the world granted that the we wonderful take for keyed to provide educational assistance Commissary CUses Chaplain PromotedLt.
S and referral
t horn sounds several short nation in which we are vices on the job federal, ser- The Commissary Stores at NAS Jack E. Dorsey,.CHC was
state or \
1 5 blasts denoting "carry privileged to live. local level. Jax, Cecil Field and Naval Station listed among hundreds of officers
on." But what do individuals The next time colors Representatives of federal a- Mayport will be closed for inventory selected for temporary pro-
do between the 'two sounds, let us take a min gencies including the Saturday. They will resume motion to lieutenant commander.
blasts? A majority of.those ute out of our busy day to Health, Education and Departmentof Welfare normal operating' hours Lt. Dorsey, a chaplain;,at the air
walking aboard station. stop and proudly salute Labor, Postal, Veterans Admin- Tuesday. station, will have, a date of rank
in uniform comet to. attentOUR flag and at the same istration; and the Industrial Relations Surplus Sale of Aug..1.., 1961\ j
ion ,and salute, dJ people, time, ive.thanks that we- ,: .. Department(with the Civil 'to. 't School'Program- .1
r : in civilian street clothes of the dStatesate: : so Service are available to give The air station's: DisposalDivision -High" ; 1'Registradon- t'
e respectfully stand w 'Ue the richly blessed. counsel their respective fields will hold a surplus pro- for the 'on-board ,
a week aboard perty sale beginning at 9 a.m. high school program is continuing -.
:;: oase.Children's
K Feb. 7..Military.and civilian per- .at the Educational Services
sonnel over 21 may participate Office, Bldg. 955. Classes will
r Preventive Dentistry providing their duties are net run for three hours every Tues-
with the Defense Property Dis- day and Thursday evening beginning -
posal Program. Relatives, em- Feb. 13.. Cost of the 18-
Program Readied for Dependents ployees and agents of people week program is $2.
working with the disposal pro-
gram are also not eligible. Typing Test
i The air station's Dental De- finite appointment and furnished be made for this program.
partment will begin a preventive necessary materials and instruc- Sponsors whose birth month is Typing performance tests for
;, dentistry program for children tions. in March and subsequent months 247 RegisterStraggler's personnel must satisfy requirements -
starting Feb. 3 in conjunctionwith Because sponsors must pick up will be advised of future appoint- registration for St. to participate in being the
National Children's Den- instructions and other materials, ment dates in Jax Air News and Johns River Jr. College's on- February promotion in the Educational tests are Office -
t tal Health Week. no phone call appointments will Plans of the Day. campus evening courses was held ,given Bldg. 955 each weekday-

t Each child will receive an oral Friday and 33 addtional students morning between 8 and 9 a.m.
health examination, an appli- Special Services Has 'Up with People' Tickets enrolled, bringing the total registration The tests will be given throughFeb
cation of a substance to inhibit to 247 taking courses
i..' tooth decay, an oral hygiene Special Services has tickets for sale for the evening performanceof aboard the station. Ens. Gloria : 2.
demonstration and lecture a "Up with People" at the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium Feb. 7, 84 I Amatrudi, educational services
, preventive dentistry, and dent "Up with People" is a musical production by young Americansthat officer, said all the courses that [I Inside -- 1 I
t tal health educational material.No were organized in 1965 by the Moral Re Armament movement. were tentatively scheduled are
X rays will be taken. Sponsored by many Influential Americans,the traveling muisicians now set for class sessions. "The Civilian News: Page 5
Eligibility have enthusiastically carried their shows around the world, im- program is quite successful, and Candlelight..Page 6
pressing millions. plans are being made for a sum-
Children of active duty and retired Cost is $2.50 for students, and $3.50 for: adults and proceeds mer session," announced Miss Want Ads. . .Page 9
military personnel who are from the local performances will go to Young Life of Jacksonville.Capt. Amatrudi.His Sports. .. v;'*. .Page 11 <
bonafide dependents and betweenthe
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age of six and 23, will be

I' eligible Scheduling for the of treatment.appointments Captain Honour To Take Helm of FAW-11 I Ivelt

be based on the birth month of
the sponsor, this will permitall
eligible children of the spon- Walter W. Honour Will In the Navy since June 1942, new command includes four Roads, Puerto Rico, VP-
sor to receive treatment on the assume command of Fleet Air will report to the Naval Air local squadrons, VP-5,7, 16 and 18.
same day. Sponsors whose birth Wing 11 when he relieves Capt. Systems Command Headquartersin 45.. and----- one---- sauadron at--- Roose-- ---
month is January will be includedin John H. Burton at change of Washington, D. C. where, he kf.tI Captain Honour's military car
the February group. command ceremonies Feb. 1. will serve as head of the Fin- +<;!# eer began with an enlistment In
Appointments for January and RAdm. Norman C. Gillette Jr., ancial Management Division. the Marine Corps Reserve,where
... February birth months may be chief Joint United States Mili- Assuming command of a unit he attained the rank of corporal.He .
made by the sponsor or spouseat tary Group, Military Assistance Is not a new experience for Cap- a was appointed to the U. S.
the dental department appoint- Advisor Group, Madrid, Spain, tain Honour He previously t Naval Academy In June 1940,
ment desk during normal working will be principal speaker at the served as commanding officer of and was commissioned an ensign -
hours beginning Monday. At that change of command. Patrol Squadrons 18 and 30 and In 1943.
time they will be given a de- Captain Burton, who has been the USS Pawcatuck (AD-lOa. Since that time, Captain Hon
our has served three tours of
I Figures Show Navy Donates $240,000 to Combined.. Federal.. Campaign r duty here; at Pensacola, Guam,
NAS Atlantic City, Memphis,
The final figures of the 1967 the Jacksonville area contributedover National Health Agencies and the Purdue University, Barbers
Combined Federal Campaignshow $240,000 of that total figure, Jacksonville Area United Fund. Point, Hawaii Ft. Leavenworth,
that contributions from the which exceeded their 1966 CFC Generous Donations Kan., Washington, D. C. and a-
109 Navy and federal agencies in contributions by nearly $35,000, Robert L. Milius, chairman of board the USS Intrepid and USS
the Jacksonville area totaled over King stated. the Jacksonville United Fund, has Boxer.
$283,000 according to figures The Combined Federal Cam- stated, "You of the Navy family Captain Honour is married to the
released this week by Gordon paign, which was held last fall, have demonstrated more force- tormer Elaine Gibson of East
King, secretary of the Jacksonville supports 40 separate organizations fully than any other group in Orange, N. J. They have .
area CFC. which get money from the Duval County your understanding five children, four sons and a
F,.2. "The Navymen and women in International Service Agencies, of United Funds needs." Captain Honour daughter.r .

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\Edit ial; View; Points; D IV'I\'e\ Serv.C .., S Privileges BringResponsibilities

Balance of Payments ROMAN. Edward's CATHOLICSt. Chapel In a move to eliminate. the so much like the "Pigpen" character -
"Peanuts" comic
regulations"within in the strip,
SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. called "chicken wearing their working uniformfor
Affects ServicemenPresident and 11 a.m.DAILY the against Navy; wearing the dun- days then prancing into the

MASS11:30a.m.: uniform were lifted so that chow hall or exchange looking like
Johnson has appealed to all U.S. citizens for helpIn SATURDAY MASS 9:00 a.m. Navymen could stop in that exchange the main target These after a"Pigpen"characters "greaseball"
solving a problem of concern to the economic health and well- - Saturday during working hours to

being of this nation and the Free World 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&-7:30 p.m. pick up a pack of cigarettes or to get soil into chairs the when mess they hall

The problem is not a new one. If concerns the "international some other item. manage
and look offensive as they stroll
balance of 'payments" affects every: U.S. serviceman and his U.S. Naval Hospital It wasn't so many years ago through other facilities.
family now serving or about to serve abroad. that all hands were required to
In order to keep the current
But how...dres this "international balance of payments" situation change into the uniform_of the
SUNDAY MASS rules In effect the base"Pigpens"
touch a serviceman and his family? What can he do to help? - -8 a.m. day for the evening meal and dungaree
are going to have to
The answer is simple: "Buy" and "save" American. dungarees were not allowed after
take another look at their
Every dollar a serviceman spends for goods produced by Uncle, PROTESTANTAll regular working hours. uniforms before they ruin the.
Sam helps; every American dollar he invests In U.S. Savings Bonds The relaxation of uniform requirements for all NASers. While
FreedomShares or the Uniformed Service Savings Deposit Program / Saints by the Navy came on privilege
Chapel take of themselves
most Navymen care -
also the request of Navymen,

tfToiINNY (COMES MAtttflNG +HOMLflll o SUNDAY DIVINE SERVICE SCHOOL -- -- -- .-10a.m.9 a.m. whites who need were to before change inconvenienced they Into stopped blues by the into or- "Pigpens"and reminder. their may uniforms need from an their occasional the-

Chapel Annex. Bldg. 722 cafteriaorsomeother shipmates or division petty of-
the exchange
CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m. ficer.

wllI! Chapel Center Bldg. 751 facility. The quarterdeck areas In

:'\ WEDNESDAYChoir The relaxed uniform require- Building One have been placed off

Rehersal - 7 p.m. ments now gives sailors a chanceto limits to all men and women in
; THURSDAY off and at the chow
stop eat dungarees because of the great
Young Adult Group 7 p.m. hall before showering at the barracks number of visitors that travel

Christian Science Service and dressing in civilian through these areas each day.

f - -8 p.m. clothes after a hard day workingon It's nice to leave a hangar or

SECOND MONDAY of Each Month planes in a squadron or some other outlying( area in dungareesand
Chapel Women's Guild other activity.A .
stop off in the exchange before -
- -.- 930am. great majority of NAS sailors goiri&'back to work or to the

(Chapel Center) have respected the dungaree barracks.,

ruling yet a few have become Evej:',think how much of an in-

U.S. Naval Hospital convience it would be to have to
change'int6the uniform of the day
SUNDAY SERVICE-----10 a.m. TipsNAVNEWS before going into the exchange
or snack bar?
And in the "savings" programs you get paid for the privilege

U.S. Savings Bonds will pay you 4.15 per cent interest; Freedom ( ). .An unavoid-
Shares pay 4.74 per cent Interest in only four and one half years; Traffic able chore each year is the filing -

and at overseas stations the Uniformed Services Savings Deposit of an Income tax return.

Program pays 10 per cent Interest. No one can make this job pleasant -

Saving your money in one of these programs Is not only a serviceto ViolationsThe but a few suggestionamight
your country but is added Insurance that you won't return home make it easier. Check these

empty handed. before mailing your completedform
Also, as President Johnson said: "The time has now come for to the Department of Internal -
decisive action designed to bring our balance of payments to -- or following is a report of Revenue:
vehicle accidents and traffic -
close to -- equilibrium In the year ahead. The need is a national motor
violations for the of 1. Read the instruction book
and International responsibility of the highest p.ority. (AFPS) 16 -carefully.
through Monday. -- -
Number of Accidents .,M(......
\ ,, 2. If you file Form 1040,
This Week - - -3
Your Liability ContinuesThe use the pre-addressed label.
Total Accidents this year
through Jan. 22 -- - 13 3. If you use Form 1040A.

Number of Accidents through an. use the pre-addressed form
Veterans Administration Is urging veterans and servicemen .
22, 1967 - ,- -353
who plan to sell their loan-covered homes to be aware of their 4. Enter your correct social
continuing liability.The Total number of days since last security number in the space pro-

person selling a home which has been secured by a GI loan, Injury in a motorvehicle acci- vided on the form. Moneyin
dent - - -24
is still legally liable for the loan unless tha loan is paid in full in Number of ViolationsThis 5. Attach Copy B, Form W-2
connection with the sale or the VA gives a written release: from from each employer. your
Week - - -65
all future liability the loan.If .
6. Attach necessaryschedulesto mailbox.
Speeding - - -7
no written release is obtained the person who buys the home and other Income received.
Reckless Driving - -4 support
defaults will leave the original owner owing the government the a-
mount VA must pay to the holder of the loan under the loan guaranty Going through Stop Signs3 7. Re-check entries onthereturn If
you'd like have regular,
Other Violations - -51 before mailing. Especially to
according to the VA.
Forty five drivers appeared arithmetic. twice-a-year income from a
The original owner is responsible even if the buyer assumes per-
before the Traffic Board 8. Sign and date the investment
for Hearing return. government-guaranteed -
sonal liability repaying the loan or the second owner sells to
another person.To at the meeting held on Tuesday. Both husband and wife must signa ,you'll be interestedin

avoid such liability the VA advises that the seller of a GI-loan Disposition of the cases includedthe joint return. Series H Savings Bonds.

home to write to the VA office that guaranteed the loan and get information following: 17 lost drivingand 9. If you send a check makeit Twice a year for ten years

on how to be released from personal liability to the VA. parking privileges aboard payable to the Internal Revenue they'llbring this steady
station for various periods; Nine Service Don't forget to sign you
The release must be obtained before the sale contract is signed. were assigned to complete an the check. income in the form of interest

eight hour course in remedial 10. Keep a copyof the return, checks. Then at maturity,

Each Statistic Is A PersonBy driving at NATTC; 17 received as well as the information to sup- your H Bonds will be re

suspensions; 20 were given port its entries. deemable at par. H Bonds

Lt. J. E. Dorsey, CMC warnings; Three were dismissed 11. File early to avoid the rush. average 4.15% when held to

There are more than 50,000 drug addicts and 5-million alcoholics, ; Seven were fined (U.S..Commissioner I f you have any money coming to maturity. Ask your banker
); and Three referredto you, this Is reason enough.
not Including problem drinkers in this country. about H Bonds-and start
commanding officers for pos- Remember that tax assistanceis in mailbox
One and a half million juveniles are arrested and approximately sible disciplinary action.Thirtysix available from your legal officer money your

2-mlllion crimes are committted each year In America.In drivers were assessed 91'' but he is not going. to fill soon! -

our country one out of 10 persons will be hospitalized for mental points. out your form.JAX SERIES G

illness before they die. A more accurate figure some say would be

. 1 one out of nine. Every year almost one and a half million people.
are hospitalized for psychiatric treatment over 800,000 are hos- SAVINGS BONDS

pitalized at any one time and of this number 269,000 are children.
AIR ...safety...good return...
Each year more than 400,000 divorces are granted. This aver- guaranteed current Income
ages over 1,000 divorces a day. Over 6-million children live in
homes The U. S. Govtrnmtnt dots not py
broken death divorce.Of
by or for tea Mvtrtutmtnt.lt u
all school-children 15 per cent are said to be suffering The r A"X AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 41 M Public IITVtCttn Prtttntta n.
from physical handicap In sight hearing, speech etc. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, tooptrttio vittb \
e Abe ((4
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, Trtiuury tl'- .
mint and The Adver- ;::;?
a private firm. All submitted
For every person who is included in a column of statistics, NEWS must be forwarded Copy to the Public for use Affair in the FAX AIR Suing Council.
: Office
there are others whose lives are affected. For every perscn 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Box
hospitalized for mental illness there are others in the family who lication. News items are welcomed .from all sources Telephone pub l .
are experiencing emotional problems as a result., 772. 3118 or 3119. CorrectionsIn

'It is estimated that every alcoholic affects the lives of six to 10 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries last week's edition of
other wife concerning such should be directed to: Jax Air News, a photo caption -
people -- husband parents childrenfriendsemployers,
on Identified
employees etc. The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.. RAdm. E.page B.one Fluckey asw

Every deliquent boy causes concern to others. Every divorce Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 RAdm. .E.B "Buckley.

has its own story of, frustration and sorrow which always touchestwo Admiral Fluckey assistant

lives, usually more. VOL, 25 NO. 42 JANUARY ,CNO (Intelligence),was escorting
.. 25, 1968 foreign attaches
These figures reveal the wisdom of John Watson's motto "Be through Florida military

kind, for every one you meet is fighting a had battle' commands.I .

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I ,:_Behind. The Scene I II -: : :

PA Capt. W.B. Morton prospective as !bf
chief of staff for the Chief D e
IItI of Naval Technical Training,was
:at NATTC Friday. He was hereas
a part of familiarization
made to all NATECUTRACOM
activities within :a two-week period
.p .

11 } 1Zf Although Captain Morton was at
NATTC for only a few hours,
he was shown every important
aspect of the command. At each
place he stopped he was met by
an officer who led him throughthe
rr'4 area and explained the func-
tions of all pertinent spaces and If f
equipment. Hf '!"';'" '""ft

.I, GOOD LUCK .. Lt. (jg) Brian M. ConnollyNARTU leadership
GOOD CONDUCT AWARD EMC Thomas B. Holmes, (r) head lie was accompanied on his
officer, wished his god-father, Vince Lombard
!, head
coachof 'I
of tour by commanding officer
I Leadership School at NATTC, received his
Conduct Award from seventh Good of NATTC, Capt. R. P, Kline. the Green Bay Packers; good luck prior to, the Packer
recently Lt. B. W. Capone, enlisted
per- Oakland Raider
sonnel officer. Superbowl same in Miami Jan. 14..

AO/B Class 729 graduated Jan- WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS '"
uary 16. Members of the class ,
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were AOC Gerald E. Burrows, 1
AO1 David C. Carver Jr., A02
Emery C. Danielson, A02 Rich- AFTER RETIREMENT?
ard Derus, A02 Jerry L. Elle-
good, AOC William H.McDonald t ::. .;
A02 Connie L. Williamson:'Jr.,-
and AO2 Thomas A. Yarnell.
Burrows, whose final t;grade
average was 88.57, waif'class
honorman. Class leader was
Carver. The men were con-

gratulated and given graduation h':4 ,,
: : u, t
certificates by CWO4 S.W. De- ;
Loach Jr., AO/B phase officer. :
CWO DeLoach was also given
a certificate by Lt. O.D. Jones
AO/B training officer. It gave
I the warrant officer a mockgradeof :
63 for completing the 24 -
week course in 65 months. De
Loach, who will retire on Feb-
ruary 1. has been at AO School
for over five years. .-. ;:.
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The Navy's Beneficial. ug f.i. "",n .:,..>' ""
gestion Program paid $65 ;;two '
NATTC servicemen last 'week.
AVCM William SegeeAE/B f :
School, collected $53.34 for the ;
part he played in extending the
time in service of a fuel boost .
pump. Segee's suggestion was :' '
developed before he came here, ;
and he shared the reward with : ( r .:..:'.
two other men concerned.
Twelve dollars went to AE1 ......
Henry R. Eitzen Jr., and AE/B
School student, for his work in :; : :: '., ';. ....
improving the cooling facilitiesof
invertors on C-118 aircraft.
Eitzen submitted his suggeston ,: ( Aitf! C4.K++'..ti+,<,. ir; 3t3.{k A .:.:'.
while attached to VR-i"p'Pat-
uxent River, Md. '. :
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January, 1968

Wives Officers Installed In
Navy ..

i (; nillp.ll 1ht Ceremony SaturdayNavy
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I Wives Club Jax f 86 held
r their installation of officers in
a candlelight cermeony Saturdayat
the Roosevelt Hotel. in Jack
Guest speaker at the banquetwas
Capt. Reginald V. Berry,
executive officer of the Naval L b r: ,
L .ii jT _____ _ak Hospital.Cdr. .
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TOYS FOR THE TOTS--NAS Jax Marine Wives Club presenteda lain, installed the following lad- ; ( .
bundle' of toys and a baby tender to the children's ward at the ies as new officers; Mesdames ...... ,, .
Naval Hospital here Monday, to be used by the children for amusement Thomas J. Bennett, president; i
while they are patients. Present for the presentationwere Jay Perry, vice-president; Wil-
(left to right) Marine Aviation Detachment Sgt. MaJ. W.C. liam Brown, treasurer; Richard ,
Hamblin, Mrs. Arthur Slocumb club vice 'president, Mrs. James Hendricksen, corresponding sec- ,
Lynn, paSt' president, Mrs. Robert E. Swartz, president, Hospital retary; Thomas Hamby, record-
Commanding Officer Capt. W.S. Baker, Cdr. W.R. Hodgens, hos- ing secretary; Edgar Trittschuh,
pital, and Lt. Col. A.E. James, commanding officer Marine Avia- chaplain; and Henry Barnes,par-
tion'Detadunent. liamentarian.
Candlelighters for the cere-
mony were Mesdames Jerry Bush

; J) PIZZA PANTRY and Wofford StanleyCuttrillMrsf was the chaplain'sescort. Thomas -

k NEW CLUB OFFICERS for the NWCA Jax #86 were installed
C :::; TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM Mrs. S. E. Foyda' sang the Saturday. They are ((1-r) Mesdames Thomas Hamby, recording

\; PREMIUM BEER-CIIOICE CUT STEAKS Lord's Prayer accompanied by secretary; William Brown, treasurer; Jay Perry, vice-president;
:c ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI Mrs. Kathryn Hanson, precedingMrs. Thomas Bennett, president; Edgar Trittschuh, chaplain: Richard
Joseph Skapyak's recitationof Hendriksen, corresponding secretary; and Henry Barnes, parl-
I Americathe Beautiful. iamentarian.
'-J' "PIZZA". Awards were presented to
; Mesdames Edgar Fitzsimmons,
\ OUR SPECIALITY! Gil Shepard and Clayton Logan Mesdames Joseph Hagan, by Mrs.,. Louis Ravese and a
tgy HOURS for welfare and civic work in the member since 1956, and Loon committee of hostesses.
un.-Thurs. 4pm11:30prr: community. Awards for club Conley, outgoing presdlent,:Were Mesdames Barney Meyer and
O ) work were also presented to given Life Memberships in the Joseph'Hagan were In charge. of
Q Friday 4pm1am Mesdames Leon Conley, Robert club. the guest book.
Saturday lam- lam Martindale and.Jay Perry, first, Special guests attending the installation -
3619 Blandina Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 second and third place respect ceremonies were Capt. Applications for the
ively. Twenty other members of and Mrs. Martin.J. Stack, NAS NWCA Jax #86 Scholarship
the club were presented with pins commanding officer;and Cdr.and Grant are being accepted.
and emblems for services'rend- Mrs. L.A. Menard; Cdr. and Information may be obtained -
r. : ,ered.Mrs. Mrs. F.E. Simms, Mrs. Daniel from Mrs. Barney Meyer -
Reginald Berry, wife of Casino, president of Mayport 7382 Wending Ct. S.,
j Captain Berry, presented a $400 NWCA #201; and Mr. and Mrs. at 771-8182. (Call after
scholarship grant to the Scholar- Edward Babe of Mayport. 5 p.m.)
ship Foundation. National board members of the
4 The grant, which is given year- NWCA attending were Mesdames
.\. i' ly by the NWCA Jax f 86 to pro- Wilbert Wagner, treasurer; Marine Wives
,r vide educational assistance to a Leon Conley secretai ;and Henry -
.:;;.:;:', .': >..,.' ........' ." ..' .. ,.,. dependent of Navy, Marine Corps Barnes, membership chair- Install New
"...! ..._... ... ................ \ and Coast Guard personnel,'was "f"1; .
; presented in the honor ,of Mrs. man.Chairman of the ceremony was '
\ ., Before YOU sigh Berry by members of the club. Mrs. Richard Hellmig,"assistedTjrjrjrJrjrjr Club-Off leers

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nrr'jr '. **.jrjr'j Newly elected officers of the

on the dotted line I@JJD@)(! Q)UJD! LiI led Marine at the Wives home Club of were the instal-club's

new President, Mrs. Mary
know what Your loan By the makers of Swartz, Jan. 18.
LAW N B Oy Johnson and Evlnrude 8 Other new officers of the club
Outboard Motors. for this year are Mrs. Marie
will cost! 0a Slocumb, vice president; Mrs.
I Factory Authorized / Brownie J Kelly, .secretary; and
You're told in advance at Household Service Dept. 0 Mrs. Jane Holt, treasurer.
Finance. The cost of your loan is spelledout 'S The next meeting of the club
S Complete Repairs on All Makes will be held
I Feb. 5 at the First
clearly, simply, and in dollars and .
cents. No extras. No hidden No .. and Second Class Petty Officers'Mess
charges. 10 1 % oFFrsr,1. ; 1 Bldg. 601 at 8 p.m. All
"surprises" afterward. You get the facts 1 :s Marine Wives are invited to attend -
first, before you borrow. s=
More With Trade mtjj '3 vAn
That'sone reason why,every year, more : .
than 2/ million people come to us for WAG Eh's Modes B"I #- i

." money service. They get loans to pay bills 1 1 !' @)[fJ @@.dj;'

to get better cars. to fix up their Bike & Lawnmower Service J @ljJ Mlb@

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needs. 4545 St. Johns Ave. 384 3081 important gap in the in-
,When you need a loan, you'll find that il11111111111111111.l1111.l1 formation needed by engineers
you, too, borrow with confidence from the ; planning the Apollo programfor
company that tells you the cost of your. a manned landing on the

;; loan,in advajice. 1f. Moon has been filled by test

.y .S1 results obtained from SurveyorV
C.sh MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS ; tests on the Moon's surface.
..'. Yw Get
24 J' J2 6
.. "-'S Opmb parmri .,..hStOO Photographs? of the surface
5,93 729 10.07 $18.48 ; SAVINGS immediately under the rocket
200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.91 ..'. nozzles indicate that no craters
300 17,79 21,88 30.21 55.45 ... 4434 Iliidiii llvd. were made on the Moon and
.go,:< 500 600 2897 34.39 35.85 42.66 49.75 59.35 109.80 91.78 ':J (NEXT TO SHAKEY'S. ) ] S-p-I I.I -e no appreciable dust cloud was
.. .. .. .
-, Cmf"mt eomputtd at J% OH that part of created by the exhaust when
tektduUd monthly oaUmctt not txcttdmt$3OO
end 2%prompt on any faymtnt ttmotndn.an4tnclu This V/8,. Hardtop, Auto Trans., P/S, R & H. The information obtained indicates -

lem associated with the effectsof
V/8, Auto Trans., R &, H.fnRAMBIERE9 .
rocket exhaust of the Lunar
PASSENGER Module which will carry two
? $795 the
astronauts and from
Air, 6 to
R&H. Cyl., Auto Trans., P/S, P/B, Moon. /

25 West Forsyfh S?.-Phone: 355.9683(!) 62 CHEVY 4 DOOR HARDTOP. . . .t70c There had to been indicate a lack whetherthe of information -
V/8, Auto Trans., P/S, P/B, R & H. rocket exhaust would "diga

Cedar Hill Shopping Center 60 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN . . hole" in the surface immedi-
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3734 Standing Blvd.-77 1-9 190 6 Cyl., Auto Trans., Heater. $395 ately under the landing would space-scat-
craft or whether it
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 C WE BEAT ALL COMPETITION. ter dust around the spacecraftand
Ask alMut MM owning hews 771-4216 seriously curtail the visi-
bility of the two astronauts returning -
to Earth. (AFPS Feature)


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January 25, I 1968. ; JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 5I

I New Wage Board Employee Pay System Okayed 1

Civil Service Commission for placing jobs In the correct schedule. which now set their wage sche- tions are tentative. They are to
Chairman John M. :N.lacy Jr. has pay grades. Agencies will grade their posi- dules through negotiations with be reviewed upon completion of a
announced President Johnson's Joint agency union commit- tions under standards issued by' employee unions to continue to comprehensive study of private
approval of a new federal wage tees to participate In policy.development the Commission.An do so. industry practices being conducted -
system to cover 800,000 gov- and in the operational employee dlssatlsifed with When the new system is installed by the Civil Service Commis-
ernment wage board employees.The features of the system. the grade of his job can appeal any employee whose cur- sion and the Department of De
new system, covering The system will operate along within his agency and to the Civil rent rate is higher than it wouldbe fense.
trade craft and laboring the following lines: Service Commission. under the new system will
occupations will go into effectin The Commission will pres- Agencies and unions will be have his existing rate preserved. Macy said the commissionis
July. It will replace several cribe uniform policies, pro- represented on a National Wage Policies regarding pay fixing preparing detailed instructionsand
wage board systems cur- cedures, and job grading stan Policy Committee which will advise for leader and supervisory posi- training personnel.
rently maintained by the indi- dards. the Chairman of the Civil -- -
vidual federal departments and Agency heads will continue to Service Commission on basic 25 Years Experience
agencies.At set pay. policy matters. R
present more than 50 dif- For each local wage area, "a Labor organizations also will EXp
ferent agencies have wage board single agency will have respon- have an important role in the wage Income Tax Service
employees in over 300 local wage sibility for making surveys and determination process througha. --
areas throughout the United i issuing wage schedules, under participation in Local &JSJ&JSSWWWWWOWiV) WiWPW' W VVVW -
States. the policies and procedures pre' Wage Survey: Committees and in PAUL REMLINGER TWO OFFICES:
Basic features of the new sys- scribed by the Commission.All collecting wage data andb.
tem include: agencies will then set the participation in Agency 1630 Hwy 17, Orange Park (Next to Orange Park Motors)
Uniform requirements for determining pay of their employees in Wage Committees at the agency
prevailing rates based the same area under these sche- headquarters level. 530 S. Edgewood Ave. (Near }.enox)
upon data collected from local dules. The system will provide needed LONG
private employers. Laundry workers food service flexibility in'''Special situations by FORMS $2.50 S; FORMS $6.00 UP
improved statistical validity. workers and custodial workers a. permitting special rates
pay surveys. now paid under special wage for unusual occupations or where REASONABLE RATES BUSINESS RENTALS ETC.
Common standards establishedby schedules by some agencies,will required for recruiting andb.
the Civil Service Commission be brought Into the regular wage allowing those agencies

Women's Club Presents Officers, NCO's E-4 & Above,

and All Civilian Personnel !
Gala Revue This WeekendIt's

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show time on Broadway!I! and their husbands.
And Broadway is coming to Proceeds from the show will
Orange Park this Friday Janu help finance the building of an
ary 26th and Saturday, Janu- additional room onto the Club-
ary 27th at the Bryan Jen house on Kingsley Avenue and will
nings auditiorium. The director also aid the club's other Char- -
costumes, scenery and itable activites.
complete musical score will Because of its civic spiritthe
come directly from New York club has undertaken the am-
r,+ but the exciting talent behind bitious project of a Broadway
r the footlights of the Orange; show and they hope that the town
Stocking Revue will be home- and its friends will the '
RETIRES -- Peter A. Grohvponr support
( ) received a retirement watch grown. ,venture through tickets advertising -
The Orange Park Women'sClub
from NARF Power Plant Division and patrons.
Superintendent Jack Bed b3ugh which is sponsoring the The Cargill Producing Com-
musical variety show have em- on shows in over 200
his retirement. Grohvponhad pany puts .
upon AT THE
23 years''servicetwrti!: !!will ployed the Jerome H. Carglll cities every year and the' Car-
Producing Company of New Yorkto
retire in Jacksonville at 4664 gill director Is a professional
give the town a fabulous hit television the movies and the
Blunt Ave. MiM 5 H H IIHIM
production. Mrs. Dotty Sanders stage. flBflHI Hi Q VI HIDHHHHMPVWiivM 0 ""'

\\E.EP 1''E'' &ALl ROLLIWG:: ,..... and Mrs. Margaret Emerson "},lrs. Charlotte Weaver club
co-chairmen of the Orange AMERICAN
president says that the plans 5
I Ob1Cos Stocking Revue explain that the for this instant show business
talent will be supplied by the have been underway since the
spa members of the women's club
s.or ins.
fr ) irt! .


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22ND ANNIVERSARY. Chief and Mrs. Jim Ziegler of Cecil Field chose the FUTURE COUPLE -- David Cooey and Judith. McMaster; hose the restaurant
I Candlelight Restaurant to celebrate their 22nd wedding anniversary. quietly discuss last minute plans for their wedding Saturday..

I ." Candlelight Restaurant ,- One of the Finest

Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- Golfers RetreatA for private parties for up to F W'

tion's Candlelight Restaurant, favorite eating place for 250 people on Tuesday, althoughthe
considered by many.to be one of golfers, the club hosts groupsof club is normally closed that
the finest facilities of its typeon duffers each day after they've day after lunch. 1
any military installation, has finished a round or two on the Each Monday evening,the Navy
changed some of its operationsand golf course. Casual attire may Exchange operated facility features -
services to meet the desiresof be worn at the Candlelight a moderately priced spa-
patrons since it opened nine through the week, and the rest- ghetti dinner with wine.
months ago. aurant's patio is open for golf-
Ball ComingAs I
While the facility, located on ers who wish to discuss the day'sscores
Mustin Road near the station golf before removing their a result of the popularityof !
course, still serves the same spiked golf shoes. the Candlelight's special New r 'avyTW: ,

reasonably priced, but excel- To accommodate today's youngerset Year's Eve party, the manage-
lent cuisine, it has initiated some the Candlelight now has an ment has planned a special
new features to better serve its occasional popular local band in Sweetheart Ball Feb. 13, and
customers. One of the most for an evening's entertainment.For looks forward to having other
popular is a daily quick gour- diners who prefer more sub- special attractions in the future.
ment special prepared by the dued dinner and dance music,the Tonight the club will take on
Candlelight's excellent chef. Candlelight features a combo or a look of the old west during a r
orchestra on Friday and Satur- country western music session
day nights between 8 p.m. and featuring the "Westerners."
Hippy Hour New Manager
SHIPPING OUT??? Other popular specials are Information on Candlelight features -

Bring your furnitureand the weekday Happy Hours between appear weekly in the Jax
misc. items to sell 3,and 5:30 p.m., except Tuesday, Air News and reservations for
Blanding Drive In Theatre and a special family smorgasbord squadron or unit parties and social .,
Every Sat. .; 6 P.M.: 'between 11 a.i,', and 9 p.m. on functions may be made by ......n1llla"'oA. ', ...;,;,.; n-.. ...... 7 -
Sun. 1 P.M. 6 P.M. Sundays. A children's menu is calling the club's new manager,
CANDLELIGHT The restaurant is located Mustin Road
768 7058 or, 768 4793 available at all times. Mrs. Angelia Wolfe. the ..1' on
near go course.
The Candlelight is available The Candlelight which was

_._____uuuu_ Uu._._.. .. opened in April 1967 to offera
"':' :' '. : ': :;.. :s::' :;:: quality supper club with reas-
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popular with enlisted men, officers -
dependents and other authorized -

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Excellent Food
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:e:. Mayport, as well as NAS Jax,
have found the restaurant a most
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Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. ::. J -> CROSBYSilVERliNE :\tmosphere
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January 25, 1968

! : Merit Promotion Opportunities Open.

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The merit promotion oppor- General Foreman '(Electronics C Engine Mechanic; Foreman
tunities listed below are cur- Mechanic) I; General Fore- (Leadingman) A/C Mechanic Sgt. Bob Tipton
rently open for receipt of appli- man (A/C Painter) I; General (Rubber); Foreman(Lead Ingman)
cations. The area of consideration Foreman (Machinist) I. A/C Surface Treatment Worker
and closing of each announ- Annct. No. NAS SAX 2 68: (formerly A/C Cleaner).
cement is shown. Foreman (Leadingman) Shot Area of consideration: NARF, New XO calibres, Maurer again walked
. Annct. No. NAS Jax 1 68: Peening Machine Operator; NAS, NARTU,COMFAIRJAX,and away with top honors by scor-
General Foreman (A/C Engine Foreman (Leadingman) A/C, Navy Commissary Stores, Jax, Maj. Maurice A. Holder assumed ing 865 points. Shown droppedone
Mechanic) I; General Foreman Fabric Worker: Foreman Fla. Application Card Form the post of executive officer position to take second place
(Airframes Mechanic) I; General (Leadingman) Elect: roplater; NAVEXOS -- 4155 will be accepted for the Marine Aviation when he wound up with a 729.
Foreman (A/C Metalsmith) I; Foreman ( Leadingman) Instru- through the close of busi- Detachment here January 15.:
General Foreman (A/C Electri- ment Mechanic ( General)foreman ness February 7. He replaced Maj. Speed F. Career Opportunities
cian) I; General Foreman (Instrument (Leadingman) Welder A/C MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Shea who was reassigned to
' Mechanic General ) I; "A"; Foreman (Leadingman) A/ Grade levels GS 4 and below. MARTD here to become the exe- Career opportunities are bet-
" MPB No. 79 67 Plan C cutive officer. ter than ever in today's Marine .
All semi skilled positions Pay Major Holder comes to Jacksonville Corps, say career advisory officials -
Roosevelt level 7 and below. from MAD, Glynco, Ga., and they have the figuresto
{( } CAR WASHOPEN MPB No. 83-67 Plan B where he spent the lat months prove it.
Ml all All skilled positions Pay level as an instructor of air intercept A study was made recently,
8 and below. controller. comparing the pay of a sergeant
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM Area of consideration NAS, with more than three years of
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Pistol Match service and the pay of an average
FREE CAR WASHWITH Navy Commissary Stores, Jax., industrial production worker,
Fla. Applications for these posi- Two MAD leathernecks shot which is above the average pay
>JS GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL tions will be accepted at any their way to the top at the Gainesville capita income for the nation.
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED time. A separate applicationForm 1800 pistol match January The salary for the sergeant
57 must be filed for each and
14.GySgt. including quarters
SPRA WAX..HOW ONLY 5 the winner of match
MPB No. 175 67 Electrical one. Firinga while the Industrial worker earn-
Located in Roosevelt/ Mall// Shopping Center Engineer ( Utilization, GS 9)) .22 caliber in the master's class ed $485.33.
he shot a 863 out of a possible
1-68 Budget Following a 15 percent incometax
Analyst, GS 9. 900 points. GySgt. TerrenceG. deduction and 4.5 per cent
Area of consideration Nation- Shown won the top spot in social security tax, the civilian
wide. Applications will be accepted the marksman division by firingan take home pay is $390.69 and the
through the close of 811. Marine's is $374.00.
Z4 CBY / business February 8. in the second match, using ..45 Food, tobacco and medical expense -

which do affect Marines -

BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. were also subtracted. The
final figures show that a Marine
will have $278.18 left, while his
.kp civilian counterpart has $249.58

r remaining.In .
%1___ 9 LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE five years, the industrial
production worker can expect a
__ 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-3385 10 per cent salary increase making -
his salary $533.86, while
; the Marine can plan to be a staff

+1 LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. sergeant over eight making
53081. Ten years, from now,
the Marine can plan on being a
MIXED DRINKS FOR gunnery sergeant over 12, mak-
ing $625.90while the civilian

Half PriceLADIES will46 ease his earnings,powePbyaeoier
'10 percent for'a total
of $587.24.
ONLY L Finally at the age of 65, the

:&ELL.A.IR: :: DANCING EVERY NIGHT p industrial worker will be making
$168.00 per month in social
DRIVE-IN SERVICE security benefits, while the average -
KCOIMIIE: :s-crJLDERS.: INC: Marine can expect make

You are cordially invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience $232.50 as a retired gunnery
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21) CASE LOTS at sergeant after 20 years service
plus the $168.00 social security
benefits at age 65. This
WHOLESALE PRICES! means that a 65 year old
retired Marine will be making
400.50 monthly.
(Taken fromin the Camp Pendleton -.
T I Scout). -

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)11 t..X -


I f*r. them the VW 16 point S"et and Performance Inspect OILIN.OF. >
ion. Then we tuned up. tightened end replaced everything that t'g'
.. needed it. And guaranteed them 100,. for the repair or replacementof l1, '0'r g'
all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come :
N Oft In and double check. ;

68 VW CAMPER . . . . $2695 A 9- -

Get any amount, large or small 67 VW DELUXE STA. WAG.. . . $2195 *THEM IT ALL IS STARTED DIG WEIR WHEN FOXHOLES I-rb.D
GOOD Artp DEEP'ir/"
"- 67 MUSTANG 2 DR., HT, AT. . . $2295
up to $600. $50 ost only $1.50
66 OLDS F- 85 Coupe. .. . ; . $1595

for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 64 CHEV. IMPALA 2 DR, HT, Air Cond.. $1495

repay only $29 per month.. 63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT Loaded. $1195 !

We provide prompt service to IXAMPUS RIPAYMINTS OF 66 VW FASTBACK. . . .. $1895 WHOLESALE
Save time
when military you personnel.need money. Phone C..h You Monthly 66 VW SEDAN . . .- .,. . $1395 PRICE TO EVERYONE
your first,then loan.stop try by us to -complete you'll G.t r.ym.nt 66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe.. . . $1795
$101.02 f 6,00
like loan us. We're people the you'll most helpful find 202.05 12.00 62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . $995 Mm

anywhere. 28 .23 17.00
40C1.53 24.00 VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1967

Aetna Finance Co. 500.55 29.00

A Financial Service of ITT 600.00 34.39 WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN SUNDAY

(lu.d on 24 Mot.) 1
5551 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE: 387 1692 INC.
46 W. Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lem Turner Rd-768-0501
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 DISCOUNT SitlRE

The Aetna Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM
good word for a loan is


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MoviesMOVIES Club Schedules

will be 'shown regularly "O. CLUB: Enjoy buffet today from 6 to 9 p.m.

at the NAS Jax 'Theureat Tomorrow and Saturday evening the Champagne special featured "lllllB! lt
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Dance to the music of Charlie Jay tomorrow night. Dom Lombard* '. !
Saturday. There wIll also be 3 is under the spotlight? Saturday night. Take the family to the buffe
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday. dinner Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is foreign dish night from
Sunday and holidays The Hospital 6 to 9p.m. The club features a luncheon from 11:15 a.m. to 1:45 p.m
Theatre will have one niAAtly Tuesday through Sunday. Ads should be mailed U the Holt Publishing Company"
feature at. 7 p.m. ., BLUEJACETS INN: The Crypts will appear tonight. Heal 1950 Standing Bled J actrsonvllle. Florida, 32210 to arrive
the Redcoats tomorrow evening. The Sixteens and the Manlst not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Matinees will be shown on week Boys will provide Saturday's entertainment. Make the scene day. Ads arriving too l late for this deadline will be publishedthe
ends at 2 and 5 week unless the publisher is instructed other
p.m. clubs following
The are
with the Nu Sounds and the Soul Society Sunday. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
ThursdayNAS under the spotlight Monday with Viva Italia Nite featured also. be received WITH the copy for the ad
: "VENETIAN AFFAIR": Swing with the UFO Tuesday evening and the Crypts Wednesday

Robert Vaughn and Elke Sommer ni ht. DO NOT SEND CASH

Rating Good. ((100 Min.) CPO CLUB: Pizzas are featured today for $.75. Dine on the sea RATE: Minimum chorg ((3 lin.t). . . . ,12.00
HOSPITAL: "HOMBRE" Pan food special for $1.25 tomorrow evening and dance to the mush P.r additional (in. ((4 word per lin.). . 0.50
Newman and Frederik March of Mark Castle. Bud Clark will appear Saturday night. A sirloin
Rating Excellent ((119 Min.) steak for $1.65 is the special for the day. Music is by Mark Castle
Sunday evening. Dinner specials for Tuesday and Wednesday are
Friday fried chicken and rib-eye steak. BECOME YOUR OWN BOSS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1":

NAS: "POINT BLANK": Le. ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow night brings on the sounds of Gross. approximately $20,000 a Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Marvin and Angie Dickenson Rat the Five Clubs from 8:30 p.m. till midnight. Hear the country; year. Ideal for retired couple.A modern trailers & Apts. 389 -
ing Excellent ((100 Min.) western tunes of the Westerners Saturday night. John Lunsfon 34 washer laundromat and '3007. |t.
HOSPITAL: "VENETIAN AF and his Eight Balls make their appearance Sunday night from drycleaning pick station in a FOR SALE LUGGAGEUTILI-;;
FAIR": Robert Vaugh.Saturday 8:30 to midnight. Game Night is Sunday at 6 p.m. Happy Hour I Is: busy section of Southside Jax. TY Trailer, waterproof.Meal for,
featured Monday and Wednesday beginning at 7p.m. February 14 Call for information and details Navy family transfer, $95. Car-
is the Sweetheart Ball featuring the music of John Lunsford and the BOWEN REAL ESTATE, Realtor top luggage rack waterproof,$18.
NAS: "FATHOM" Tony Fran- Eight Balls. There is no admission charge and reservations an Phone 384. 1376. ,t 264 9839' .a..,

ciosa and Raquel Welch. Rating not necessary. ..
Good. ((107 Min.) music sessio
"POINT BLANK CANDLELIGHT: Tonight is the country western Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Karen St. New all brick homes,
: Western
featuring the Westerners from 8 p.m. till midnight. FHA resales $50 & '$100 dwn. AC Low 20s. Building Lots'
Lee Marvin. is acceptable. Tomorrow evening' the Bud Clark Combo will appea Call Powell or Mills USN Available; Floyd White, Bldr
with their music. The Playboys are under the spotlight Saturda
Park 771 5643.
264 2411. Orange
Sunday Ret. -
night. Sunday is a smorgasbord from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Try the
NAS: "ENTER LAUGHING" : Chef's special lunchs Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.and Realty. 3/4 ACRE, 60'TRAILERFLOR-

Jose Serrer and Shelly Winters get speedy service. If you enjoyed the gala festivities of the Nei GETTING MARRIED? WEDDING IDA Rm., Screen Porch, 2 Gar
Rating Very Good. ((120 Min.) Years Eve Ball take your favorite gal to the Sweetheart Ball Feb- Pictures taken. Bestdealaround. Garage; Fenced. Off 110th.Floyd
HOSPITAL: "FATHOM"Tony : ruary 13.. A champagne dinner is featured for $12.00 a couple witf 2642140ZIG White Bldr. 771 5643.
Franciosa. prizes party favors, and the music of the Bud Clark ComboAll .
"REAL ESTATE: We will help
MondayNAS ZAG FOR $40
Servicemen are WELCOME to the SEWING MACHINE Original you Buy, Sell or Invest.
LOSERS" Realtor
: "BORN : Tom Bowen Real Estate,
Guarantee. Makes buttonholes,
and Elizabeth Jamei USN Retired 384 1376
Lutheran Service Center sews on buttons, decorative dr-
Rating Good. ((92 Min.)
signs, monograms, etc. Must ATTENTION MILITARY Will
HOSPITAL: "ENTER LAUGH- ':J(' c/l'omp .J.ay from [fome" place in your area. Just pay hire four servicemen to work
ING" Jose Serrer.
: Balance $40 on easy terms.Phone evenings and weekends. Earn

TuesdayNAS :::::::: ::::: ;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;. 19 W. FORSYTH STREETSmSS&8POOL :;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: 353-1946. Anytime.Will deliver, $60 and up per week. Must be
no obligation.WIL E-4 and up have car and married -
"THE KNACK -- HOT Ping TABLES Shuffleboard
: Pong Call 359-1719,10 to 7 p.m.
TO GET IT": Rita Tushinghai ..... Monday thru Thursday MAR APARTMENTSNear
and Ray Brooks. Rating
SAX and CECIL. 1 blk.
Radio :j-J:: 6:00 KM. to 11:00: P.M. HI-
lent. ((92 Min.) west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd. Combination Radio. Console
HOSPITAL: "BORN LOSERS': Record Player :$::i FridayCounselling All new paint, 2 BR, LR, Kit. Ft Like New. Orlg. price $209.
$:::: 6:00 P.M. to 12 Midnight $8. Mo. .
Tom Laughlin. j : Furn., Brk. Nook, Park 2 cars, Just assume payments.Bal.
Pastor available when you ::: Saturday and boat, $85 mo. includes water $69. A 1 Warehouse
want and ,need one ::: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight sewage, garbage, lawn care 1 1606 Main St.:
What.Where :s:: Sunday Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541
'.Ctlatlo'1 .
,.,' 1- FOR RENT 1 BR- E urn. Apt-
.i.1T6wshi; ::: 2 00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. nights and weekends, 389 0744. Prime Riverside -Area 3212

Herschel St. Off Seminole Rd.
And WhenFriday RETIRING SOON? Cen. Heat A/C New Bldg.

The top ranks of our nationwide New Furniture W/W Carpet
January 26 MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE organization are full of former & Drapes Adults No Pets-
Senior PC's who
Officers $120 per mon. (Inc. Water)
"EDDY ARNOLD": At the All Ranks All Ages have achieved new success withus 771-0149
: after leaving the service. We
Coliseum. Ticket prices;
RATESCONTINENTAL need like them. To get
LOW more
$3.00, and $2.00. offer comprehensive MOTOR CYCLE 1966 JAWA
GARDNER" At the them, we Wind Shieldluggagerack
"DAVE 350 C. C. -
Civic Auditorium. Ticket prices EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS training high choice Income of opportunity attractive- excellent cond. $370 Helmet -,
$4.50 $3.50 and $2.5< ., and carrier. Call 3884986DO
; locations all over the U. S. How
27 about you? Write Regional
Saturday January
Director P. O. Box 13177 YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
"FRED WARING": At 'the Orlando Fla. 32809. JOCKEY?? For information call:
Civic Auditorium Ticket price: INSURANCE 356 8351. Day or Night.

$4.50, $3.50 and $2.50. FOR RENT

Friday, February 2 INC. 3 Bedroom Brick-Block Home CREDIT UNION REPOSSESIONS
MARYAt UNDERWRITERS, Large Rooms, Near Schools, 64 Falcon Fut., Conv.r 6-cyl.,
"PETER. PAUL AND : Churches, and Shopping Center. A/T. $950
'In sunnier
(Formerly \\ICUOIICIIII's<
Ticki t !
the Civic Auditorium. Beautiful for children. $100 per 65 Comet 2-DR., 6-cyl., stan.
prices; $4.50; $3.50 arid $2.5i : 4479 RMSUtlt Hvd. 381-7474 month. Call or see507 Roberts trans., $1,050

Tickets for events listed abo\Set'(.: Call Us Anytime St. Jax. 387-2381 after five. 66 Mustang 8-cyl., stick, hot-
are available at the Special rod equipped! $1,595
vices Office, Bldg. 704.WREGENCV 66 T-Bird 2-DR Town, aU

.. power! A beauty!$???? .
CIt AKC registered, blk &. silver. Let's Deal1! ;
Rocking Chair Theatre HAVE Pretties tin. Jax. Excellent, Contact .tM. Ruckter or Mr.

Regency Square m A HAPPY. FEAST !:! guard and companion.Navy owner thompson at Credit Union Office.
n > offers discount to military fam- NAS"Jax Base Extension 2431,
.2. iAN AT HOME TONIGHTNO r- ilies. 771-7849 or 384-1391.

m 2 DR.
MUST SELL-1962 Falcon
... 8 oMATT HEIMm; m SPECIAL n Good Cond. Call 781-3190 any-


mn CPO Greens (New), CPO Blues
I Delicious Pieces Marinated With REG. .
n ((2 Suits), Two extra khaki gab.
:! Shrimp Boat's Own Flavor Secrets $1.15 ;;
pants Coat 41, Pants-$50.00
r-> r-e total. 387-1256 After 1600 ...

Good T L.Ir. Svi.Hfe )CfS mr

[34 W.AL e... .w N>wii] N. 'Pl1'Jm n FOR RENT 4345 TIMIQUAN RD. .I

/4\\\, NOW A MOVIE! >?. Opposite to Shop, 2 Venetia BR -Sep.chool Din., 1 Blk.Rm.

::& r..f Valleyof' me \s o $ po&t] OQm ;' Elec.per mo.Range 264-4361& Refrig. $115

'.1 AMAflA Dolls PARKINS /; a .:zzJI *101 Gr DIr a FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.or --
PAW DUKI 4621 See JIIH Ava. Fkeae 3S4-2384 r- Unfurn. Orange Park, Temp.
or Permanent Qtrs. Win rent to


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fj 25, $1968

t 400 Learn Survival Techniques \

E From Traveling Training Team


Last stop, Norfolk, Va. -- He continued, "We try to bring of equipment such as smoke
II today, NAS Jax -- next stop, pilots and crewmembers up flares and signaling mirrors, as
Key West. The Naval Mobile Sur- to date on the latest survival the instructors demonstrate the
vival Training Team, which equipment and techniques. proper method of using the e-
travels over 12,000 miles each During the classes, the mo- quipment.Fist .
aid is of vital importanceto
people in land or sea survival ......
.. situations. In one of the first ..,qIiII
aid classes covered in the course/ .... "
training instructor PR1 Roy ?
Clement pointed out, "Many men A1 ,
have died needlessly due to lack ",
; '>>f.:'.
of first aid or improperly applied ..I ,.f, ; ,
first aid. With a working know-
ledge of first aid techniques, you PRESENT TV--The newly created -
may be able to save another man's Purple Heart Foundation, THE
lifeor your own." headed by Jacksonville resident
To keep abreast of new sur- Karl E. Bush, presented a TV
vival equipment and techniques, to the Naval. Hospital Jan. 17. SHAMROCK/
6 the training'team including PRCS The foundation was started by S
Paul Chamberlin,' CPO in Bush to provide recreational opportunities /
charge, PR1 Delano McGowan, for Purple Heart TERRACE
RAFT Mobile survival instructor, PR I Roy Clements, demonstrates PR1 Crowley and PRl Clement, holders who are patients at ";!) San Juan
I the proper method of inflating a life raft. attend classes at the Navy's military hospitals. At the TV l'f"t at Niblick
survival training school at presentation were (L to R) Mar-
year, is aboard base presentinga bile team instructors use hun- Brunswick, Maine, and the Air ine Cpl. Paul E. Hancock, Bush,
a course in survival equipmentand dreds of pieces of survival e- Force, Canadian and deep sea Mrs. Bush, and LCdr. R.W. I t, 1 Bedrooms
(j arJclI Aparnneu: s
techniques. quipment and demonstrate how survival schools. Type
Smith. u'uli (\'Iwlr'Zuh( i
The four man training team, they would be used invarious land It is mandatory that all pilots dotosnct.re: "
,/ under the control of Fleet Air- and sea survival situations. Also and aircrewmen attend the Naval Kttflicus equipped; intlj Ci' E.:!
borne Electronics Training Unit, films, graphs and charts are Survival Training course every Range i'' Rt'Jfitu'fdiois 9
\ Atlantic, will instruct and give used to depict how various typesof 36 months and they must attend Buy'Bonds I InJtt'.dnai 1r ('oudtanng{ ..
survival training to over equipment are used in actual two days of classes to receive .'and, \\lcatiuQ I\ (i E.yn.' ,r4,
400 aviators and aircrewmen survival conditions.In credit. grapes Fiirnislictl> '
.. thetwo weeks of classes U'oll to U'flU Curpfjing/ urid 'III
during some of the classes, students The two day course is being ,
4 aboard the station, according to receive first hand experi- presented six times at NAS Jax, Large SIVltllIII.IIH I'oo
l training instructor PR1 Stanley ence by using different pieces through February 1. Phone 3844406pooooooooeyaooocoooooooooooooooooooo

}(, during Crowley."The Imain the course point we is stress that Navy Relief College Loans Open *

"Being in a life or death survival Service Men Welcome
t situation can happen to For Application Until March 15
} you," PR1 Crowley explained. Vi price admission any time

Retired Navy Capt. ShermanE. loans six months after they have upon presentation of I I. D.Open7DaysA.
HONDAMOTORCYCLES Wright, president of theJack- left school. Week .1
sonville Navy Relief Society, announced The society granted 150 loansin
this week that March 15 1965, with over 630 loans expected -
is the deadline ;for submitting this year as the program n

I We Give Merchant f'n.StIUnp' applications for college loans begins,its fourth year. ., ."". ',,-,, ",. 'J'
from the Navy Relief Society. Parents or students may obtain @ ';
0t r.y Eligible for the loans are sons detailed information and
.".: -. and daughters of active duty, retired applications for the loan programby
or deceased members of the writing: Navy Relief Society
Ifj... I 'f,": j'j Navy and Marine Corps. Headquarters, 1030 Munitions 8 Roosevelt Blvd.Next .
The interest-free loans are Building, Washington, D.C. 20360. ( to Roosevelt Mall)
( MOTORS&CYCLES granted for college, vocational, Captain Wright pointed out that
business and other schooling beyond the University of Florida cur- 3 384-3481
high school. rently has, the most students enrolled fooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo< coooooooi
COMPANY INC. Students begin repaying the under the loan program

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Business Meeting : : /> >
Don't waste ,.., ,: ., ,
time build timer .> Each year' in the month of:January, your Credit Union holds its regular annual meeting..The purpose .. } ,":
of which is to allow Credit Union officers to report to members concerning the affairs of the. Credit ': : ;
Union and give members the opportunity to elect those officials whose terms are expiring. S : ...). '
Learn to Each member and shareholder will carry one vote regardless of the amount of shares held. It Is. .. 0> ".
a member's right and obligation to attend this meeting, express his views, and vote according JOJf1 his ., ; ?.:"" ..i::::
feelings. .
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FLY!! Make plans to attend now. We promise you a fast moving meeting refreshments, and. a ..N'
group of oustandlng door prizes. "*... S .".
Extend Your Life Circle! ,

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January 25 %1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I 11 I ..

Trophies Presented at r Jacksonville;; City Table Tennis Team I


B srr Defeats Jax Air Station SquadA
Fall Sports CeremonyCapt.

five-man table tennis team Hunt was the only NAS playerat
MJ. Stack presented intramural VP-30 and Weapons finished from the air station was defeated both matches. Others at the
sports trophies to units first and second respectively in by a Jacksonville City first session were Brian Bim
and Individuals last week as the intramural golf competition. squad last week 9-2 during com- and MerwinSigety of VP-16 and
fall sports series comes to an Individual golf awards went to petition Jacksonville's recrea- Russ Sobolewski of VW4.
end.Trophies Cdr. Jim Kinder of Dental who tion department.
went to the followingteams was the low aggregate scorer witha The base team has scored a
: seasonal average of 38 3/7 5-5 tie with the community tear-
nine holes of in earlier match.
over play. Bill an Representing
Ping Pong
Pramik of the Ground Electronics the air station Jan. 17 wer
VP-16 captured first place with Maintenance bettered his hand- John Hunt (VP-16), Frank Gros
NARTU finishing second. icap by 16 strokes to win the Most (Dental), Jim Lumby ((679th Ai .
Improved Handicap trophy. Force), Ted Krasovetz (FAETL
Golf The Dental squad won the and Ron Hazzard (VP-16)).
The Weapons Department took trophy for Intramural scratch Hunt won two sets in single
American League honors while play, with VP-16 second. 1 1SM competition, beating Russell 21
representatives of VP-30 were 12,20-22,21-17, before downin
presented the top trophy for National BowlingThe : 1 Albertie 21-12,18-21, 21-12. If
League competition. Supply Beanburners (Gal- Other results:
ley One) took the Intramural trophy tSPANISII Cross lost to Russell and Al
for first, followed by the bertie. Lumby lost to Soder
IQ .!':f-.. .. I NARTU Chiefs. The Administration Strom and Rogero and Hazzar
Play Boys collected the were beaten by Byte. Krazovetlost
American League Trophy; FAW- Soderstrom and Rogero.In CIIta... \
(AFPS Feature) 11's Chokers took the Contin-: doubles games, Hunt an 'p
1. What is the record for the ental League; Fleet Air Weather Lumby were defeated by a Rus -
longest recognized punt in the Facility's Foggy Five won the a sell-Soderstrom combination 13
National Football League? Atlantic League's top spot and 21, 17-21, and Cross and Kra 6 ..
2. What former Chicago ,and the Navy Finance Office's -- zovetz went down to Rogero an
Cardinals football great scored "A" team collected the top trophy DOLL -Miss Lara Hyte. 16.21,17-21. =
the most points in a single NFL for the National League. Lenti is another motion picture
contest? Individual trophies went to Tom "find from Europe:
3. Which college holds the Fowler, Hospital Needlers, who
NCAA major college basketball rolled. bight 269 In Intramural Maxwell AFB SponsorsDependent's de Central
record for the best average'.. in bowling action and Cdr.
points per game? Chauncey Fahey. of..NARTU for

Wilt 4. Philadelphia"the Stilt" 76ers Chamberlainholds center high set ((640)) :uind.-high'. ,. .average. Golf Play Mohawk
many of the major scor- ((190)). 'r'
ing records in the NBA. Whatis Football NatiIB
record he set?
the latest
5. What was the worst VAP-62, the squadron that ran Golfing trick-shot artist Pau:1 Hahn, from Hialeah, Fla., wI'
championship rout recorded in up a 27-1 touch football season, highlight the opening of the Se venth Annual Military Dependent'
NFL history? collected the lion's share of grid Championship Golf Tourname;:nt, to be held here June 242'h
6. What National Hockey trophies. The Tiger squadron Hahn, who is associated wit the Country Club of Miami, wile
League team had two brother took the National League, intra- present a golfing exhibition JUT 24 and be master of ceremonlt forte!
combinations playing for them mural and intermural champ- at the pre-tournament banquet. Mrs. H. J Sands Jr., tournamei
during the same season? ionship trophies. VAP 62's chairman, said Hahn, a world fan ous trick-shot artisthas appear
ANSWERS Bob Franz took the high scorer on several national television p,rograms and was a touring pro fc
trophy for his 78 points duringthe several years.
'The fen lale dependents of active duty re
.iasoz a'l) uo jpupu season. tournament, open to
-;vd ZZDI\t puv uuL7 a1IAl0D FAETU was presented the tired and deceased service nnel with handicaps of 25 and undo
- 1aN! puu ul\I pull sia2uugtioA American League trophy and established in accordance with I current U.S. Golf Association" prc
' ntaN Ot-6&61. a'l.L '..9'.OtLiSUI the intramural runner up trophy. cedures, will be 54-hole medal lay," Mrs. Sands said. The tourne
The. opijt valuable player in intramural b will be limited to the 160 appli -pag uoj3uiqsu pa18aj added.
aqj psnaH 'football was Gordon
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Jax Navy Filers' leading
scorer ChuckBrysonhit 30 points the
while two other teammates hit
in the double figures, but it was- ;. ,.,;:: .fir
n't enough, as the Jacksonville ," ..' BIG-....
University freshman downed the 1 :. ,...,."..,.,;, \.;
Fliers 106-77 Monday night at the
Jacksonville Coliseum.
Rebounds were one of the
determining factors of the con- at WILSON

,., test as the freshmen pulled down I
,, 57 off the boards while the Fliers &BLANDING
took 26.The .
Jax Navy squad hit 47 ..
\ per cent from the floor and 60 PHONE SP1-1341
per cent from the charity stripe
while the J.U. frosh hit 50 per i'C' 1
;. cent from the field and 73 percent ': : :; t'i:: ; ; ;

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t. ... While Bryson stuffed in 30 67 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . .$2895
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t as Larry McConley ,
and Chuck Owens added three
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t Tomorrow night and Saturday 6 Cyl., S. S., R & H, W/W Tires.
afternoon the Fliers will play I

': on their own home court as they .
go against Moody Air Force&ase. 66 CAPRICE CUSTOM COUPE. . . '$2589
Tomorrow night's contest begins !IRONMAN -- Cdr. T. E. Curry, skipper of VP 30 accepts Fact. Air, 327, V 18, Auto Trans P/S, P/B, R & H Vinyl
at 7:30 and Saturday:. same is Ironman Trophy from Capt. Stack during sports presentation'ceremony Top. '
at 3 p.m. at the gym,' ldg.3. for fall sports. -... '".

I 66 CHEVELLE MALIBU . .. : .'. ':,;.$I989.'
: TourMeyRtsihs VP-30 Athletes Retire Super Sport, 396, 4 Speed Trans..,..R&,H.' : ....:

Station's 'Ironman'The

final matches in handballare handball, golf, bowling,ping pong Sedan, Factory Air, VII, Auto Trans., R & H.
being played for intramural and touch football.
w trophies in that sport, but Pat- Going into the final half of

Ten Jacksonville area basket- rol Squadron 30 can now claim handball, VP-30 trailed VW-4 46 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN . . . JS2I89
ball teams are competing in the the station's Ironman Trophy as 1,475 to 1,425 but VP-30 has Fact. Air, V/8, Aute Trans., R&H.
COMFAIRJAX area tournament its own. posted an 8-1 handball recordto
which got underway Monday and The Patrol Squadron has a- date and is assured at least

is now in,progress aboard base. massed 1,425 points and now retires second plane and 400 points "I ALA COMV \TITLE .. : '. .$2489Sup
All 10 teams played their the Ironman by virtue of enough to take the Ironman for utMP '
open- t>L.
the squadron's trophy case: r 5.P9Pti.. s l. ;ir, 396, Auto Trans., Stereo
ing games Monday in the first winning the trophy four times. .
ti round of the tourney.In The Ironman is presented twice The Naval Air Reserve Training Radio; Mist rueWhite Top.
the opening game WAS Jax- each year to the squadron or unit Unit, which held a 1,700
based Weather Reconnaissance that excels in intramural sports lead, has a 0-9 handball slate

F Squadron Four clipped Cecil competition.The and will earn enough points to '65 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . .$1789
Field's Attack Squadron 74, fall sports competitionwent finish second. Fact. Air, 327, V/8, Auto Trans., R & H, W/W Tires.
89-71. down to the final sport VW-4 is sporting 2-3 losing
Game number two saw two (handball) before a winner was handball record and will finish .
+ Cecil Field squadrons tangle, decided. Fall games include third in Ironman standings.
with Attack Squadron 174 runningup
a 82-24 margin over Attack
Squadron 176 before the final
buzzer. Auto liability (4ede

Mayport's USS Bigelow, the
only naval station entry, drop-
ped a 70-60 decision to Cecil's
Attack 37 ingamenumber $
Squadron 118 On > e
three. Male, ages 17-20, Single
Two Jax squadrons tangled in per 6 month s
the fourth opening day contest,

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In the final opening day game, ,
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Five clipped Cecil entry Fact. Air, V/8, Auto Trans., R & H.
Attack Squadron 45 by a slim Now in the PAXON SHOPPING CENTER

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USS Bigelow dropping VA-45 ,
from the double elimination tour-
with 55-47 win.
.ney Jacksonville's a VP-30 was also GIVE MOM A REST! 283, V/8, Auto Trans., R & H.

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a, after losing to VA-44, 8158.In AND TREAT THE NT/? 63 CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPE.R SPORT. '. .$1495

other action VAP-62 picked up FAMILY TO A 2 Door, Hardtop, Air Cond., V/8, Auto Trans., P/S, P/B
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In Tuesday's final game,
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pitted against VA-176; VP-5
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The tourney will end tomprrow,
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