Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01347
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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: February 1, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
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System ID: UF00028307:01347

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I flIp with People1' Coming:: to JacksonvilleThe "

vibrating musical produc- the best way to get their life. It is the firm convictionthat Following the Up with People ,.'.'
tion "Up with People!I" is com- message across to the nation enough God loving men performance in Venezuela, a
ing to Jacksonville for performances was to put their convictions to and women can be found who, news paper editorial said, "Nowa ..
Feb. 6.8.Performed words and music. They form by example and dedication, will new diplomacy has sprung forth
by young Ameri- ed a cast of 130, practicedfor \ provide leadership aimed at in the world. Its chancellorsare i
cans, Up with People, is a sing- weeks and "Sing Out righting what is wrong with the groups of young people, ready
out show of youth's involvementin '65" became a hit at Cape Cod world." for action, and hungry to find ,
the betterment of man. and later at the New York World Sing Out eventually became positive, tangible and peaceful ,
Up with People came from Fair. Up with People, and in months solutions."
"Sing Out, America", a young The youngsters explain their more than 100 million Americanshave Up with People performers receive ,
people's answer to today's pro- ideals behind the show in an Up seen the show on television. no pay; their only compen-
blems and a search to prepare With People magazine which says; sation is the satisfaction that they :
others for the task of tomor- "Moral Re Armament is an Backers are involved in furthering their
row. expeditionary force from all Sponsored in Washington by own feelings about solving a great
1965 Start faiths and races engaged in the over 160 Senators' and Congressmen many of the world's problems.
race with time to modernizethe Up with People has toured Special Services has tickets
Started at a Moral Re Arm- character and purpose of hundreds of college campuses, for the evening performances of :1
ament movement youth confer- man. military bases and the four ser- Up with People at the Jackson-
ence in Michigan in 1965, today'sUp Convictions"It vice academies.Up ville Civic Auditorium on the :
with People show is a result with People has inspiredthe 7th and 8th. Cost is $2.50 for
of young Americans desiring to is love of home, home- youth of countries in Europe students and $3.50 for adults. ,
explain their convictions to the land and humanity. It is abso- Asia and Latin America into Proceeds from the local per- Linda Blackmore...
U. S. and to the world. At the lute moral standards as a com- starting their own Sing Out formances will go to Young Life
Michigan meet, attendees felt pass in personal and national movements. of Jacksonville. from "Up with People!"
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


krp Hobby Shop 'Usage Fee' Effective TodayIn J

an economy move to off- noupced that anyone failing to the woodworking, photo, radio
set the cost of running the air renew passes will be reported and TV sections at the hobby
station's Special Services facil- to Security. shop. The airplane model area
ities "a usage fee" goes into Duty attendants at the wood- will be attended by ceramics
effect today for all military men working tool crib will super- personnel.
and women and dependents utiliz- vise year cards and tickets in (Continued on Page 12))
ing Special Services' hobby shop

L L facilities.A yearly. milY usage fee card Reserves Set to 'Stand Tall' ..,)

: will be based on pay grades, The air station's populationwill The annual Inspection is the
with men in the E 1 throughE soar this weekend when over only time that all reserve
5 category paying $5 a year. 1,400 reserve officers and men units report here at one time.
a t % A $7.50 a year fee will be report to squadrons at the Naval Normally, the various squadronstrain
( charged for those In pay grades Air Reserve Training Unit for on alternating weekends
E 6 through E 9. The new
their annual military inspection. throughout the year.RAdm. .
f family card will run $10 a year Inspecting Saturday will be two
for all officers, while the daily rear admirals_ and a captain;
ATC Harold in
SIGN Colberg gets an signing
fee has been 25
set at
usage RAdm. D. H. Guinn, chief of
up his children for the Dental Department's preventive den
cents. Naval Air Basic Training, CNA-
tistry program from Mrs Ard/ss Johns Dentist is Cdr. J.J. Yearly family fee cards will BATRA, Reserve RAdm. R. P. .V I
Lyons. Registration may be completed at dentalbythose sponsors only be sold in the ceramic shop, Owens, chief of Naval Air Reserve -
whose birth month is in January or February until Feb 23 Bldg. 898, while daily tickets Training, CNARESTRA,
may be bought at any shop from representative for Florida and
Navy Volunteers Aid attendants on duty. south Georgia, and Capt. L. J. I\

New Rules Muery Jr., deputy CNARESTRA. ::
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Goodwill Industries Along with the new fees, Spe- Entertainment
cial Services announced some During the evening inspection, \
The Navy will lend a helping pairable items. In addition to new guidelines that go along with the Naval Air Basic Command I
hand to the joint! Scouting-Good- clothing and toys, Goodwill is the fees. Choir, the Commander Fleet Air
will Industries civic project, asking for repairable household At the ceramic shop, any per- Jacksonville Band and the Naval
Good Turn Day, Feb. 10 by appliances and furniture.At son casting, dropping off or Air Technical Training' Center
unloading trucks of clothing toys a planning meeting held at picking up ceramics must pre- Drill Team will entertainguests.With Guinn
and other small repairable Items Goodwill headquarters, RAdm. sent their ID and yearly usage headquarters at Pen-
collected in a house to house Robert J. Stroh, commanderFleet fee card or buy a daily ticket. sacola, Admiral Guinn is in .
canvass by Boy Scouts. Air Jax and general chair- People casting will also pay an charge of basic training for all
The items collected will be man of the project, said he is additional charge for using naval aviators and flight officers.
used by Goodwill Industries to hoping the scouts will collectat molds. Cards will be returned Admiral Owens, one of three
keep handicapped workers em- least 30,000 bags, 5,000 more upon completion and Inspection of reserve line officers promotedto
ployed repairingthem. The items than were collected: during last work areas, according to Spe- flag rank last year, is a com-
will eventually be made available: year's drive. cial Services. mercial airline pilot and captan.
to those who may not be ableto lie pointed out that each full Other ceramic rules include:
afford similar items at cur- bag will mean four hours of pro- All ceramic pieces must be 18 Units
rent retail prices. ductive employment for a handi- marked with initials and the last Captain Muery will be repre-
Boy Scouts of the North Florida capped Goodwill worker. three digits of the ID card num- senting RAdm. W. S. Guest,
Council will make the house Capt. C. D. Simonsen commanding ber (lot.-service number). People chief of Naval Air Reserve Train-
to house canvas collecting re- officer Naval Air Re- dropping off ceramics to be Ing, at the Inspection The Glen-
t serve Training Unit, coordinator fired must wait for attendantsto view, Ill., comn and controls 18
of Navy participation,- said cheek painting and glazing. Naval Air Reserve Stations and
about 130 enlisted volunteers will Casting for greenware orders Training Unit. throughout the
WHAT'S INSIDE lend a hand at the Goodwill ware- will be the same. United States. RAdm. Owens
house, 4533 Lenox Ave., tohelp Must Have Card The basic mission of the 18
EDITORIALS . Page 2 unload and process the bags. Those utilizing wash stalls, commands is to maintain a ready
L Goodwill Industries President vacuum stalls, grease pits,hoist, reserve force of training aviators -
BEHIND THE SCENE. Page 3 Edward W. Heist said the Good paint room or welding\ shop must aircrewmen and aviation
,* Turn bags will go the 125,000 log in at the automotive tool technicians to augment active'
CIVIL SERVICE. .Page 4 northeast Florida homes.In room and present ID card and naval fo;ces. -
rt, addition to the bags collected yearly card or buy a daily tic- Carrying out that mission in
:FEATURE..Page 6 on Good Turn Day, Heist said ket. They will then be issued a this area is NARTU Jax, with
f the continued donations throughout tag. Anyone requiring a hobby 300 active duty personnel under
HOPPER'S GUIDE. .Page 7 the year will help Goodwill shop over night pass will put the command of Capt. Carl D.
i tN provide steady employment for their yearly card number of the Simonsen.
JAX MARINES., .Page 8 their present force. tag and hang it in their car win- Briefing Slated
f Twenty five North Florida dow, or display their daily num-
MOVIE( SCHEDULES. .Page 9 amateur mobile radio units will ber on the tag. The inspecting officers will
al?o take pan in the annual project Over night passes must be renewed tour NARTU facilities and be
WANT ADS . Page 9 as well as a number ,.of up to 15 days after ini- briefed on the status and readiness -
business firms which will provide tial issue for the automobilie of local reserve units by
SPORTS . Page 12 trucks and drivers.a facility. Special Services: an- Captain Simonsen. Capt. MueryI .... _



February I 1968


Editorial View Points i NAS General Safety Superintendent -
(' ( note: The following safety calendar was brought to cur written attention by i by Walter R. Homola, a memberof
SoudenCalendar" was
Charlie Able. The "Safen und
Ji magazine member
MHHBiHHMMMHMM MMiiMMMMMMMHMMMMMiH PHI the Underwater Sound Laboratory and appeared in the Navy's

Getting By Is Not EnoughWhat JANUARY FEBRUARY ." MARCH

,,ON. TU[. WID. THU. "".. .AT.
would be your reaction to a situation such as this: You've .UN. MON. TUr. WID. TMU. ,".. SAT. .UN. 'ON. TU[. W0. TMU. 'Rl. SAT. .u. "

taken your car to a mechanic for some repairs and when you go in 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2
to pick it up, you overhear him sayingto one of his friends, "I guessI 4 5 6 7 8 9
could have done a better job, but what the heck, this is good enoughto 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
get by and he'll never know the difference." 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
You would no doubt be pretty upset. After all, you're paying this 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
man to do a job and you don't expect it to be done with a "get by"
28 29 30
attitude. 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 2441 25 26 27
However, before you sound off and give this mechanic .a pieceof
your mind, think about your day to day performance of duty and
make sure that you haven't adopted the same outlook. Ven driven der truckln from Das pushin und pullin und heavy Mit machinen you're vorkin und
fronten to backen geliften steel you iss grindenDer
Keep der eyes on der road and Iss makin das sacroiliac shiften double eyeglasses you better
nuttin be smackin Und on der record of safety das be finden
Keep der veels on der ground time ve iss loosin Das sparldn iss pretty vat comes
ven der corner you're turnin Because you ain'dt so schmardtas from der veelin
Or der schtink vot you schmell a silly goosin. Iss better to lookin den mit der.
vill be your rubber burnin. cane feelln.


.UN. 'ON. TUII. WID. THU. ,.".. "T. .UN. 'ON. TUI. WID. THU. FRI.. S"T.I .UN. MON. Tur. W0. TMU. IRSAT.. .

1 2 3 4 5 6 I 1 I I I 1

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 5 6 I 7 8 9 10 11 2 3.4 5 6 7 8

When you are doing your job, are you ant I.ASlShtts 9 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 l3 14 15 16 11 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
with the particular tools of your trade? Whej Y9'i i .lt afpiF qe of
work, is it the very best you can rodu,-} y tlouia fe +<+
corners because "it's close enough for government work?" 28 29 30 26 27 28 29 30 31 2324 25 26 27 28 29
Don't accept mediocrity.
Whether you are an administrator, cook, baker, mechanic, or in
one of the hundreds of other assignments in the Armed Forces, striveto Ven mit acetelyne torchin you're Ven der schteem line iss hot und Ven down to der beach for boatin
do your job better than anyone else. You will certainly have a seein das burnin you're pipen gefittenBe und svimmenBe
great deal more personal satisfaction knowing your job was done Qvick like a rabbit der head you careful about der place ver vatchin der shore line und
correctly and completely, You will also find that a little extra effort iss turoin you're sitten not all der vimmen
and attention to detail on your part will benefit you in the long run. Der blue fire hurtindas small In ein moment iss hoppen der Don't get in der vater outen too
When someone says, "When you give him a job to do, you know eyeballen hind end geburninUnd deepenOr
it's going to be done right--he's a real artist," make sure they're Und if you're not careful der der doctor iss takin der der next thing you know on
talking about you. (AFPS) doctor Iss callin. money you're earnin. der bottom you're sleepin.SEPTEMBER .

Chaplains/ / MessageBy .UN. 'ON. TU[.JULY WilD. THU. ,.".. "T. ,.UN. 'ON. TUII.AUGUST WID. THU. ,,.".. "T. .UN. MON. TUI. WilD. THU. ,.".. .AT.

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Carroll E. Bartholomew"And 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 .
after six days Jesus took withhim Peter and James and John .
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 .16 11 18 19 20 21 f. :'.K
., and led them up a high mountain and he was transfigured
before them and Peter said . 'Lord, it is well that we are 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28'

here ." Matt. 17: 14. 28 29 30 31 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30
All of us are somewhat like Peter when we experience something

great and wonderful, we want to remain, to enjoy the same feelingand Pushin and foolln und general Ven movin der boxes and usin Ven vorkin mit vires and usin
experience forever. We try many ways of escape from life: funnin der lifter der solder
"0 that I had wings like a dove" cries the Psalmists (Ps. 55:6)). Ain'dt got no place ver machinen Use der low gears und don't Keep der mind on der job. not
We illusion but that unless used in moderation ends in
try ; only iss runnin try to shifter in out larder
mental illness and a divided personality. We try travel, but that is Usin der beanin around runnin Vun on'der udder iss nice to ge- Das end spacen of der pistol iss plendy
in vain, for we travel with ourselves. We try the world, but that is toolin puttinAs ehotten

at best an intoxicant and at worst an enslavement. We try religious Or else you'll be goin to hand- long as der puttin ain'dt on Takes only ein minute for fire
emotion; but, that, too often, is nothing- more than a substitute for icap schoolin. der foot in' to schtanen.
genuine faith.
A jet flies above rainstorms, moving through a realm of clear
brightness, but soon it must return to earth. So too must we. OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
There is work to be done the more urgent work of neighborlinessand

the central work of God's kingdom without'which our lives lack .UN. 'ON. TUI. WID. THU. ,.".. ."T.I .UN. 'ON. TUII. WID: THU. ,.".. ..AT.I .UN. 'ON. TUII. WID. THU. ,.".. SAT.
meaning and worth. If we were wise, we would not covet anything I
different. 2 3 4 5 I I 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

.r. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 6. 7 8 9 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

TrafficViolations Divine, Services 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

27 28 29 30 31 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 29 30 31

Ven vorkin in close mit cables
und vinches Ven oudt on der town und enjoyin Das Christmas is time for goot
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Der life is dependen on fractionsof daz boozin feelin und joyen
Edward's Chapel inches For driven vile drinken dereain'dt Und catchin das schildren play
The following is a report of
Don't stand no excusin mit der
in der vay if der toyen
motor vehicle accidents and traf- cable iss snappin Das cops Iss arrestin und no Lissen der preachin und song by
fic violations for the period Jan. SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
use to talkin ,
Und der man mit der sickle vont der choir
23 through Monday. and 11 a.m. catch you nappin. Deyre liftlnder license und den But be sure to protect In das
Number of Accidents DAILY MASS -11:30
- a.m. iss valkin.
you house from der fire.
Total Accidents this year through SATURDAY MASS9a.m.. flE&/STEIl ARtl'
January 29 - -18 Religious Education Classes
This Week -------5 (Grade School9:45 a.m. FOR VOTNGU.

Number of Accidents through CONFESSIONS5 p.m. '
January 29, 1967353 -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -7:30p.m. \
Total number of days since last MONDAY
injury in a motorvehicle accident Religious Education Classes JA X AIR N E WS

..i . .. 31 (High School) - -7 p.m. S.MAIL. I/trr/
Number of Violations TUESDAY .

This Week - - -38 Single Young Catholic Organi- I IN ALl 1 68 ELECTIONS The lAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Speeding -------9 zation - -7:30 p.m. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station,
Reckless Driving - -1 Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt
THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR Church School 9 a.m. Bldg. Publishing Company, _
Going through Stop Sign -2 7 p.m. #722Junior a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Other Traffic Violations26; NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office/ Box
U.S. Naval Hospital Youth Fellowship 5
p.m. 2, NAS
Eighteen drivers appeared before # by 1200 noon on Monday before pub-
Bldg. 722
lication. News items are welcomed
from all sources Telephone
the Traffif Hearing Boardat -
Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30 772 3118 or 3119. '
the meeting held on Tuesday. SUNDAY MASS - --8 a.m. '.m.
Disposition of the cases included TUESDAY Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and Queries
the following: Seven lost driving SUNDAY SERVICE10" Junior Choir Rehearsal p.m. concerning such should be directed to:
and parking privileges aboard a.m.
Bldg. # 722
The Holt
station for various periods; Nine WEDNESDAYSenior Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
were assigned complete to PROTESTANTAll Choir Rehearsal 7:30 Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
eight hour course in remedial Saints; Chapel p.m.
driving at NATTC.Six THURSDAY VOL. 25 NO. 43
received suspensions five FEBRUARY I, 1968Pale
; SUNDAY Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
were dismissed; eight were fined Divine Worship Service-lOa.m. Bldg. # 722
(U.S. COMMISSIONER); fourteen Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. Christian Science Service
drivers were assessed 31 points. Bldg. # 722 7 p.m. Bldg.'?! 751 -


'iThe Wifeline Association .J

I I NATTC : Behind The Scene Benefits Navy. WivesThe .J

commanding officers of NavyWifeline Association, and the Family Information Branches -
NATTC and MAD, Capt. RP. a volunteer organization which of the Office of Information.The .
Kline and Lt. Col. A.E. James, operates an information clearing Wifeline has beenoperating -.
reviewed their troops at a personnel house for the benefit of wives, soley to provide a channel(
inspection Friday after- is in its third year' of serviceto communication for the benefit of
noon. all Navy wives. all Navy wives, and the asso-
Before the inspection got The association fills a void ciation's advisory board includes
underway Captain Kline presented in certain areas by writing, and wives of both senior officers and
Gold Stars in lieu of the booklets containing information enlisted men.
two publishing
ninth and tenth Air Medals to ,,.'...,""" ',". .. ., n<* ,:. of special interest to With headquarters at the Wash-
A02 Ollie J. Gross. : wives, both officer and enlisted.
: ington Navy Yard,the association
; ;; The Wifeline," an informative -
Gross received the stars "Navy provides a point of contact for
a citation for"meritorious achievement newsletter, is a quar- Navy wives located all over the
in aerial flight as : : terly publication founded and world. I
aircrewman of an armed helicopter distributed by the Chief of in- '
serving with \ ; formation. Material submittedby The "Navy Wifeline"Is distri-
Attack Squadron Three, the Navy Wifeline Associationis buted free to Navy wives, and Is
tachment Two during missions edited and prepared for publi- available at Navy Exchange check
support of combat operations a'i' cation by the Editorial Services out counters..I'.II.1'.I'I.I'.I'I.I.I'I.I'IIII.lI.I.lI'.I.1'.

Southeast Asia against the insurgent .
communist guerrilla ;
from Feb. 13 to Mar. 27,1967. '
**************** 1@QdJD@ o @QdJUJGLiI
CWO Silas W. DeLoach Jr. 1
at AO School formore than the By the makers of 1
years retired yesterday. 1 LAWN BOY Johnson and Evlnrude' ,1
he was advanced to, and will receive 1 Outboard Motors. 1
the retirement of
pay Asia, at NATTC's inspection Friday. AuthorizedService
I Factory I
lieutenant commander, the high- 1 ,
est rank he held during his 30- Dept. 1I.oY

year Navy career. Complete Repairs on All Makes I'
DeLoach began his naval ser-
vice in July 1937 and advanced O On Purchase 1
through the rating of aviation 1 0" OFF Net : S
ordnanceman. In 1943 he was bOY 1Mode16ZZ4.1
Iillii1 appointed to warrant officer and More With TradeWAGNER'S
subsequently received a commis-
sion as ensign.DeLoach 1 1

Presidential has Unit been Citation awarded Asia-the fc Bike & Lawnmower Service 1

tic-Pacific Campaign Medal, J Owned and operated by Charles Wagner USN Ret. 1'
World War II Victory Medal, and 4545 St. Johns Ave. 384 3081ttl111I11'1111'1'1111111111'.I111Jj 1ti
various other medals.

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I, 1968

I ; : ; 'Salary Act Effects Ufe InsuranceThe .

new Postal Revenue and charge until Feb. 14. Individual L Civil Service News I II
Federal Salary Act makes Important decisions on continuing this
changes in Civil Service $10,000 optional insurance must Hi MM MAiMiHM HS B! 9HBWBK9VBB59K 5S9 BS5S ----
group life insurance protection. be made before April 14. Com- I; -
Changes effecting civilian pay plete information concerning this Ee E ManagementBoard
checks are summarized below.If additional insurance and forms e
annual pay is ;J$8,000 or will be distributed as soon 'as MeetsThe
less, civilians now have $10,000 received to aid employees in '
regular insurance. If they make reaching a decision about insur- l'i'r Naval Training Device
Center Orlando, will host its
more than $8,000 annually, the ance.
second Middle Manager
regular insurance will be equalto If an employee decides to buy Feb. 58.Walter Institute -
annual pay, rounded to the next the additional $10,000 insurancethe
higher $1,000 plus $2,000butnot premium deducted from pay S. Morris Charles
to exceed $32,000. will vary by age and will increase B. Roberts, Norris W. Runklesand
This will have no immediatu with the holder's age. Raymond G. Splinter of the
effect unless employee received If an employee should die in Naval Air Rework Facility here,
a pay raise which moved him service before Feb. 14, he will and Eugene L. Griffin, NAS Jax,
into higher$1,000 salarybracket automatically be covered by both are expected to attend the four-
effective Oct. 1. In this regular and optional. insurance.If k : I day institute which is aimed at
case life insurance deductions anyone plans to retire before A f' improving civilian manpower
from pay will increase to cov- Feb. 14, and intend to continue I\ management.
er the new $1,000 of regular their insurance program, they Irr Officials at the institute expect -
an attendance of over 50
insurance. .
will automatically receive the .fa
With the pay period begin- increased regular life insur L\ persons from the southeastern
ning Feb. 25, a biweekly rate ance, and a chance to buy the United States and two overseas
of 27 1/2 0 (instead of 250)) additional $10,000 optional life bases.
for each .$1,000 of regular insurance insurance. Employees who have 3 L1: Sponsored by Office of Civi-
will go into effect, or waived regular insurance will lian Manpower Management, the
a minimum of $2.75 each pay have to sign another waiver on or AWARDED PIN Capt. P. L. Graves, public works officer institute will present speakers
selected for their
period.An additional $10,000 optional before matically Feb.be 14 enrolled or they for will regularlife auto- (I), congratulates James P. Baker (r), upon his completion of understanding of the knowledge civilian per and

insurance has been offered, and insurance with premiums deducted 20 years service to the Federal government sonnel management program and
will cover employees free of from pay. their skills in their area of spe
Among the speakers for this
APPLICATION FOR CHARGE.A-TRIP CARD .;, ot year's institute will be H. T.
Mail to: Charge-A-Trip, P. O. Box 525, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 19104 i' Thirkel of the District Manage-
ment Assistant Office headquarters -
l. .. ,t Sixth Naval District;
.: Dr. Clifton Oliver head of the
< SERVICE Management Training Center
University of Florida Gaines-
DOWN president of North Carolina A

,' .t., ':, .' ". Institute attendees are expected -
CREDIT REFERENCES-LIST FOUR to attend from as as far
B OPEN "'.., '!... ,. B OPEN as Texas the Canal Zone and

The undersigned agrees to pay the amount of each charge under the Eastern Airlines "Charge-A-Trip" credit plan In not more than twenty-four ((24)) equal
.. monthly Installments, provided that each Installment be at least TEN DOLLARS ($1000)) or the unpaid balance If less, together with a service charge of
\\V% per month on the unpaid balance. Upon default of the undersigned In payment of any Installment, the entire unpaid balance may be declared
Immediately due and payable. Eastern may assign its rights hereunder and the undersigned agrees to pay to any such assignee each Installment, togetherwith
service charge, upon receipt of a monthly statement. cry


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Local JobsAnnounced NAS Civil Service Exam Board Ends .1

Tuesday marked the end of the for first assignments to Federal
Board of the U. S. Civil Service positions within a 50 mile area
Examiners at this station. of the station, has been trans-
The merit promotion oppor- Leonard B.Euhtanks,industrial ferred to the Interagency Board
tunities listed below are cur- relations officer who has been for Florida in Orlando. This
rently open for receipt of appli- chairman of the board for over Board will keep lists of eligible
cations. The area of consideration "new hires" for all Federal
15 years, in reviewing Its acti-
and closing date of each announcement vities, estimated that slightlyover agencies in Florida except thosein
is shown. million applications for the 10 northwest counties.At .
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D one
the same time E. L. Griffin -
Federal were
grade levels GS 4 and below; employment pro- master machinic for pub-
and graded
cessed, reviewed
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C lic works ended 27 of
t 4i stiiHna tha nasr 27 vears. years
all semi skilled positions pay duty with the board and its ear-
level 7 and below; MPB No. 83- The maintenance of applicants lier organizations.
67 Plan B all skilled positionspay
level 8 and below. Area of
consideration: NAS, NARF ,
Commissary Stores, Jax., Fla. "Ti
Applications for these positionswill M18Iti; :
be accepted at any time.A PROGRAM BEGINS--The Jacksonville Naval Air Station Association -
separate application Form 57 opened its current membership drive in January..
must be filed for each positionin One of the first members signed by Jack Shapiro was Helen
which \\Ve wire Flowers
Goodale. Membership is open to all civilian employees at
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial NAS. : Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at

Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd.
and 11. Area of consideration:
nationwide. Applications will 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD.
be accepted until the needs of t } CAR WASH FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770
be the considered service are as received.met and will Mali

MPB No. 175 67 Electrical OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM
Engineer (Utilization), GS-9; Officers, NCp's E-4 & Above,
MPB No. 1-68 Budget Analyst, FREE CAR WASH
GS 9. Area of consideration: and A11 Gi villa n Pers e'I' n n el! ,

nationwide. Applications willbe WITH/ J 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/
accepted through the close of
business Feb. 8. 1
MPB No. 3-68 Fiscal Ac- SPRAWAX .NOW ONLY 50*
counting Supervisor, GS 11
(U. S. Navy Finance Office Located Roosevelt/ Moll// Shopping Center
Orlando, Fla.) Area of con-
sideration: all activities Sixth
ance Activities nationwide. Ap-
plications will be accepted m THURSDAY THRU SUNDAYAPPETIZING mn
through .the close of business n
MPB No. 7-68 Management
Analyst, GS 11. Area of t
consideration: nationwide. Applications v

through the will close be of businessFeb. accepted .,
I .
MPB. 26.No. 8-68 Supervisory $119 AT THE

Management Technician; GS-l1. car
Area of consideration: NARF, REG.

Navy Commissary Stores, Jax., a: ar 5AMERICANFINANCE
Fla. Applications will be accepted I-
through the close of busi- .aXES
ness Monday. o & CARRY IT HOME. "osdtt
Annct. No. NAS JAX 1-68 \ n
General Foreman (A/C Engine I t -
Mechanic) I, General Fore- r-

General man (Airframes Foreman Mechanic(A/C Metal-) I, SIfJ1l1P Boat Q e N OFFICES IN

smith) I, General Foreman '0
(A/C Electrician) I, General :
Foreman (A/C Instrument Me- ; ::E' *I 1Gf JACKSONVILLEt

chanic Foreman Electronics(Electronics) I Mechanic, General) I- 4621 S.. har Ave. Phone 384-2386 r-: t

1, General Foreman (A/C SPECIAL.SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL-SPECIAL Remember the 5 American Finance addresses below whenever you
Painter), need cash in a hurry! American Finance, America's Dependable \
The area of consideration for Loan Service, Is waiting to help you get more out of life-the
these posptions is NARF, NAS, American Way with a prompt cash loan. For bill consolidation,
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, and SEGRAVES emergencies, or 101 other expenses that can't wait, phone or
Navy Commissary Stores, Jax., visit: American Finance. Or use the handy coupon. Most amountson
Fla. Application Card Form your signature 'alone.
accepted through the close of MOt. CASH MYMT1 CASH PAYMft CASH PAYMT1
business Feb. 7. MARINE SERVICE
All applicants for the above 4669 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER 24 135.00 7.95 350.00 19.90 600.00 32.40

positions must be career or career Phone 389116124Ho The atora payments Include all charges under the Florida Consumer Flnaaca Ad.
conditional employees of the
Federal government. Applica- PHIIIIPS .
rRoad 1 -------------------------------------
tions should be filled with IRD, TOi AMERICAN FINANCE(OwU to office newest you-Ma below)
Box 22, U. S. NAS Jax Fla. Wrecker r
32212. For further informationcall aN I NAME AUT. WANTED

Ext. 2320. Recruitingand Service APPROVED ADDRESS ..- PHONE 1
Sales Service Storage
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Boats & Motors \ nIJDIJDFFormtjla| 2. NB'

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February 1 1968 -

I Three!! Libraries Serve Air Station -r: ; : '

Whether your interests lie in
the complexities of a game of
bridge or the technical aspects of 1 1iilWll
electronics, information neededto
answer a question or completea
project, is bound to be found !.ri If ftk
in one of the more than 60,000
books located in the three station -
I i rt libraries. :i

Books range from the _
elementary level to the highest .
M college level,with reference ) [ :
tion non fiction, science fiction,
or just about any subject matter

: v imaginable.The I .. $
: ____ tt4St libraries, one at NATTCin
King Hall, NAS in Building #3, .
and two branch libraries at the : ; + ,4
t e
Hospital are operated with the R7 "' ty wMw
Y same goal "to appeal to each and
9LLIV41 every interest. of servicemen and
women and their dependents."
With two electronics schools
a Ay Y located at NATTC, one of the big- BRAZILIAN STUDENTS-I(I to r) P03 Jose Mascimento, P03

gest features of that library is Sopchaki and (standing in rear) P03 Otacir Capurro stopped

4 i a large collection of electronics a few minutes in the library to check a few facts about the
u and math books, while the most
; popular books at the mainside United States ACS Paul Rodgers points out a few facts to

: library are the study guidebooks. the students.
With two branch libraries at the
hospital the crew's library in
the Navy Exchange building and
RELAXING MOMENT--AA Dave Bruce relaxes for awhileat the branch located in the Hos-

the NATTC library while listening to a new LP. pital the subject matter varies
with the Interests of the patients.
"The popularity of books differs
;{ Service Men Welcome j current events of the world,"
< according to Mrs. Margaret
'/i price admission any time Clees, head librarian, mainside.
upon presentation of I I. D. Walk into the library during
baseball season and you're sure
Open 7 Days A Week to find a shelf dedicated to the

sport. Look for a book on
camping during the summer, and
you're sure to find many. How- ,
F@ ever, these books can still be 3
found during the winter months.
Books are checked out of the
three libraries on a two week
Roosevelt llvd. basis. Should a borrower be
:i unable to return the books on the
(Next to Roosevelt Mall)
due date a telephone renewel
384-3481 service is available. .
h..Ad0.8Mwt +rrti
Operating hours of the three
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo libraries changes with the needsof RESEARCH Alex Moka uses back Issues of magazine kept

:... personnel. The main side lib- at the library to do research paper
rary is open from 8:30 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday The NATTC library is open days. At the hospital, the crew's
8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Sat- from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday library is open from 8 a.m. to
urday and 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. through Friday from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday and Friday,
Sunday and holidays. 9 p.m. Saturday,Sunday and Holl- 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
I Sunday. The Hospitalbranchlib-. -
: rary is open from 8 a.m. to
,- ;Vfc.. :, 4:30 p.m.1oooaythrougb Friday.
: Books aren't the only attrac-
2" tN :f tions at the libraries. The three

,.' facilities also carry a large
\ '' variety of popular magazines,

G periodicals and newspapers.The .
9wT "J 1 Hospital library has a
VI'V'' : room set aside where person-
,. 1,
"4 (' nel may relax while listening to
their favorite recording artist.
8 4 NATTC carries a similar feature -
but on a more private basesIt
carriers more than 500 records
7.5. : I,. and five record players with ear
.---. phones, for private listening
1'; N
/ What is the biggest objective of
Start saving now before it's too 'ilt.e.BARNETT : the station libraries? Miss lona

Nelson, NATTC librarian says,
"to try to fill in the gaps, and
Get any amount, .large or small, provide a comfortable place for

the military to brouse and relax
up io $600. $50 cost only $1.50 the way they might do at home."

for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55

? repay only $29 per month.We. THE


military personnel. Save time
MKM.CM IEDIE"AL DIE O.'T INSURANCE. CORPORATION when you need money. Phone Cuh You Monthly '
first,then stop by to complete Get r.rm.nt. : <.:;\

NAS JAX FACILITY OFFICE your loan. Try us you'll :101,02 S 6.00 San Juan
like us. We're the most helpful '
1 II
loan people you'll find 202.05 12.00 at Niblick

Building 39 Ext. 370 anywhere. 286.23 17.00
; 409.53 24.00 I it: J llcdrooms
Garden Txpt' ,Apurjmems: ,
Aetna Finance Co.
Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 500.55 29.00 u'.Ji; c\HIMI\' ('iubK.uhcus
Thursday: 9:30 ant 4:30 p.m. A Financial Service of ITT tOO.OO 34.39 \JlIIol'i"Iu'u';
Friday: 10:00 a.m. ,3:00 p.m. i(lIued on 24 Mot) ) oqu.ppt'J uMlr d C
VISIT YOUR NEARBY AETNA OFFICE Ranges t: R&'f" re'ralors
HAS Cecil Flelll FACILITYOFFICE'.ulIIlIftS 'Indir.diuti A.' CO'hfl.Jtld'11'
5551 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE: 387 1692 and IfCtK.iig b\ G C
25 Ext. 225 46 W. Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lem Turner Rd7680501The Drapes Funi.sJi: .
ttall roraa Carpfi. Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m.. .. 2:00 p.m. LurjK SWIHIHMKI!' 1".'.;,
Military Pay Days.. 9:00 a.m., 3:00.. p.m. floed word for .I..n i is Aetna Phone 3844406r

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Singer Touch & Sew Small Loans onAny&hbng I II Any TneWed.. or Tkur. i''f '

Repossed, Like New Darncs, Mends, Sews I of Value I III !'

over pIns and Needles, Fancy Stitches, LUBRICATION..... 79 ,
Blindhems Winder Bobbin in side Machine Bargins on I II hI
Pick Up 10 Payments of $7.50 mo. or pay I II ,
$72. Cash. j I Unredeemed Merchandise I I I I. a

Morse Sewing Center I SERVICE STORES h J
I M2 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 3894971Trout's .
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6437 WILSON BLVD. 771-8211 Ii I 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 384-4066 .

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& AUTO SUPPLY : Standard Service

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"We Serve You
; Salad, French Fries, Rolls
Auto Rtpilrs
Seven Days A Week" !: u
STANDARD 40 Years Serving Fine -Foods
,. We;take, .better'care. ]

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Every Friday Night Saturday" Requ s .3fIt
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5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 389-4571 '.v x 1'> rTHE COLDESTrfJEJER TOWN', ,, .
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auto insurance QUAUJTY riiHIi Virginia E. BELL I

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: 'i a i Ip REAL ESTATE
: j Orange Park Jax
& WALKER AGENCY ,>, : $52.16 per month, RENTALS SALES
''S881'ROOwSE'VEpL T BtVD 'PHONE'388.4618 Registered Real Estate Broker
771-9511 L
3462 Handing Blvd. '
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Bllndhems, Overcasts, Satin Stitches without :
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Assorted Seafood Dinner $185 "".
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I I I A Tossed Salad, Our Own Special Dressing, I ; ;
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February I, 1968

I Credit I Union Members Elect' DirectorsOver ..n

900 members and guests was elected to serve a two-year ing technician, Public Works Da-
heard Mayor Hans Tanzler address term on the board. partment. Thomas R. Nichols,
the 16th annual mem- Elected for three year termson 'AEl, NARF, was elected to a two Sgt. Bob Tipton
bership meeting of the Navy Fed- the credit committee were year term on the credit commit-

eral Credit Union Friday. tee.The
Mayor Tanzler spoke of the grand prize of the evening,
many changes that have taken r a trip for two to,, Nassau, was ArrivalsThe Departures
place in Jacksonville in recent won by J. H. Stout of the Indus'-' Marine Aviation Detach- Farewells were said to 11 leathernecks -
years and the future he visualizes y Y.MAYOR trial Relations Department, NAS ment welcomed two new arrivals at the monthly"get to-
for the community after consolidation < Cecil Field. Herman E. Harmswas this month from Vietnam.Sgt. gether" at the Acey Ducey Club
He pointed out that the winner.of the G. E. Por- Efren Escarcega, assigned last week.
the payroll from the Navy com- table color television.JOWC to the Marine Mechanical Maj. S. F. Shea, former exe-
plex contributes over 200 million School for instructor duties,'re- cutive officer of MAD, was reassigned -
dollars each year to the com Meet ported here after serving 13 to the reserve training
munity and that 25 million dollars months with Marine Medium detachment here as executive of-
was spent on goods and Helicopter Squadron 262 ficer.
services by Navy employees in ---- BalletThe at Marble Mountain. Escarcegawas Warrant Officer, E. A. John-
the Jacksonville area. Hosts awarded the Purple Heart son, Phase II officer AE School
Members elected nomineesto Medal and 14 Air Medals for was assigned to NATTC,
the board of directors and Jacksonville Officers duties performed as crew chief. MemphisTenn.SSgt. ,. .
credit committee. Elected for Wives Club will hold a meetingFeb. SSgt. Robert K. Yost,instructor W. M. Cropf was trans-
three year terms on the boardof SPEAKS -- Jacksonville 7 at 11 a.m. at the George Aviation Electrician's Mate fered to Marine Corps Schools,
directors were C. J. Bello- Mayor Jans Tanzler tells Washington Hotel in Jacksonville.The School Class A, served three Quantica, Va.,to undergo Warrant
vich, deputy comptroller, NAS credit union members of theNavy's morning brunch, in thehotel's months with the Marine Aircraft officer training. ...
Cecil Field; Cdr. W. D. Hark- auditorium will featurethe Group 12 in Chu Lai before Those orders
receiving to
ilmpact on Jacksonville Concert Ballet
ins, executive officer NARF; the unit was transfered to the
WestPac D. A.
were MSgt. Hopkins -
during annual meeting Company, according to Mrs.
I and W. M. Ross, educational Marine Corps Air Station,
GySgt. R. L. Darnell,
Friday. Cynthia Chesnutt, club publicity
advisor the Director of Iwakuni
to Tech- Japan.
GySgt. J. J. Goshay, SSgt. B.
nical Training NA TIC. Capt.D. J. G. Cooke, NARF, and ErnestF. chairman.Co Nine other leathernecks joined C. Summey, SSgt. S. B. Gaines,
chairmen for
A. Hempson, supply officer, Leslie industrial engineer- event this command since December of SSgt. G.F. Howard Sgt.J. .
are Mesdames V. Berry, J. 1967. Maurice A. Holderwas
H. Burton and D. C. Overman. MaJ. executive offi- O. Carter, and Sgt. T. W.
assigned as
Reservations can be made with cer for MAD Jan. 15. Mosley.
Mrs. O. W. Chenault at 264 -
Newcomers attached AE
XAh1PLfS to
2951 and Mrs. R. S. Falken- W. E. Crawford Hail Farewell
School GySgt.
: LOOKAT sCae,, ONi/MONi jlrkOANS are ,
stein at 771 2630.
You SSgt. R. A. Kimberley,
S This month's hostesses are Sgt. M. L. Matthews, Sgt. G.
THE- I z
$600erer from Fleet Air Wing 11 and the M. Mills, and Sgt. H. T. Foggy Party SlatedA

PRICE'BEFORE\ 1AG ,hinp ( '' mode;? '"'S3.40a Hospital.U.S. Jr.SSgt.. C. A. Simons and D. C.
or ache, in on a tor Savings Bonds are the assigned to Aviation Hail and Farewell party
periods, o.ecompo oorble present with a future. Buy Ordnance School. with Hor D'Oeuvres and a Hap-
YOUBORROW ,fe, a, them at your bank, and ask for py Hour Bar is slated tomorrow
the free gift envelope. evening at the "O" Club from
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ooooo0000 6 to 8 p.m.Farewells
will be said NAS
Check. . know what !
compare. you SHP
.9NP t0..e. t officers Cdr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards -
Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way!
Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to special projects officer
CASH r payl! Just phone get cash in 1-visit to the QUIET impending retirement; Cdr. and
the office. or drop in today/ ; Mrs. Billy Mitchell, NAS comp-
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! NEW MERC's mERCORr troller, transfered to USS JohnF.
J Kennedy; LCdr. and Mrs.
- Lpans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note theBEST Ray Lambert ", special projects

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville arc officer, transfered to Ocean,
e 5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia Village Shop. Ctr. WAY Va.; Lt. and Mrs. Marty Olson,
(Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . . ,Ph: 388.9374 resident officer in charge of
: e 5059 Normandy Blvd . . . . .Ph: 384.4595 to GOU'ORLANDO construction, transfered' to Vietnam -
4 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area ; and Lt (jg) Sandalio F.
See phone book white pages for nearest office ......................... Suarez. Real main terminal

CLIPPER operations, release from active
New arrivals to be hailed are
FINANCE SYSTEM OOOoooOOOOOOOOl __ Cdr. George Eckert, NAS comp-
troller; Cdr. Matthew K. Ott,
Marine Navy Exchange; Lt. and Mrs. Bill
BruceMedical; and Ltjg( ) Mark
FRI. FEB. 2 MON. FEBa 5 SALES, Md SERVICEHwy Ramaeker, resident officer.
in charge of construction.For .
17 Orange Park Ph. 264-9835
? reservations call Cdr.Edward -



a i We f.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inapact-
lon. Then we tuned up. tightened, and replaced everything that
needed It. And guaranteed them 100,. for the repair or replacementof CONVENIENTLY/
all major mechanical parte for 30 days or 1000 milee. Come LOCATED
: on In and double check.
Only Min/ to Cecil & NAS
68 VW CAMPER. . . . . .$2695
. .$2195 11 UNITS/

66 VW SEDAN . . . . .$1395 J,2 d 3"BEDROOM

a t 66 VW FASTBACK . . . . .$1895 APARTMENTS

66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . $1795 .
64 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. ". ': ,$1295 :
66 OLDS F 85 Coupe . . . .$1595 CARPETS

64 CHEV. IMPALA DR, HT, Air Cond.. $1495 DRAPES
64 CHEVELLE MALIBU Super Sport, Loaded. $1295 e UTILITY ROOM

$2.00-53.00'$4.00Tor IncL) Fri., Few 2 .:15. fr IU ,.._
SAt., Fe fc. 3 10:30 seas.. 63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT Loaded .$1195 Swimming/ Pool & Complete
SAVE $1 I 00 2:30 fr ItlS r... Laundry Facilities
Set.... Feb 4 2:00 ':00 p.m. VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1967
.-Mat.on fr kids Cv.under., Sat 12M. idea. at .Mea.. f.k. S 415 A $:15 ..... Near Schools Both Private
10:30 fr MMu--M. a.4 Ere. ChIWae's Prices Apply and Parochial



AND SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICES, 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 RESIDENT MGR.-/ PT 7

NAS JAX and HAS Cecil Field Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM D. W. Priest USN (Ret)


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BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the from y p.m. till 1 a.m. Fried Want AdSectioi
sounds of the Ravens tonight. chicken for $.95 and rib-eye ,

Phil Cay and the Chantels will be steak for $1.35 are the dinner

on hand tomorrow evening. Sat- specials for Tuesday and Wed-

urday afternoon features the nesday.
Ravens again. The club will be Ads should, be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company' .
************* ,
closed for a private Sat- 1950 Bldndina.' Bli'd. J Jacksonville. florida 32210. to arrive
qiJ party ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tomorrow not latet than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
urday night. The Camelots will evening features the soundsof Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
perform Sunday afternoon with John Lunsford and Eight Balls. the following week) unless the publisher is 'instructed other-
the Soul Society under the spotlight Jim Glines Combo will be under wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
J in the evening. Hear the the spotlight Saturday night. be received WITH the .copy (for the .&
UFO Monday night and enter the
Game night Is 6 Sunday
Go-Go contest featuring dancingand p.m. DO NOT SEND CASH
: evening. followed by the Musicof
prizes. The Nu Sounds will Mark Castle. Happy Houris RATE: Minimum; ; charge ((3 lin..). . . . 12.00

appear Tuesday night for the fin- featured Monday and Wednesday.frpin P.r additional line ((4 words per line*. .. .flisO
als of the Go-Go contest. Wed-
\ 7 February 14
nesday is Mardi Gras Night. p.m.
is the Sweetheart Ball with the
The Ravens will for the
play' music of John Lunsford and the
H masquerade ball. Prizes will 110th
"' <
t Balls. There admission
be given for the best costumes Eight is no The top ranks of our nationwide Karen St. New a)1) brick homes,

KIM KARSON, exotic dance although costumes are not re- charge and reservationsare organization are full of former AC Low 20's._ Building Lots
is featured quired. not necessary. February22, Officers and Senior PO's who Available; Floyd White. Bldr. J
with comedian
the club is having a Wine-Tast- have achieved new success withus 771 5643.
Bob Garber, at the Bluejackets ************* ing Night, featuring assorted din- after leaving the service. We

Inn, February 12. CANDLELIGHT: The Candle- nerwines. There is no charge. need more like them. To get DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC j

hours of them offer JOCKEY?? For information call
light's comprehensive :
operation are ************* we
from 11 a.m. everyday till 10 p.m. training, high income opportunity 356 8351. Day or Night.
MoviesMOVIES on Monday,Wednesday,Thursdayand "0" Club: Enjoy the beef- and a choice of attractive ..

Sunday, and midnight onFri- eater's buffet today from 6 to 9 locations all over the U. S. How ATTENTION MILITARY Will

willbe shown reg- day and Saturday.The p.m. Tomorrow and Saturday about you? Write Regional hire four servicemen to work
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat Candlelight closes at 2 evening the Champagne specialis Director P. O. Box 13177 evenings and weekends. Earn

6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru p.m. on Tuesday. Happy Hour is featured. Dance-to the'music Orlando Fla. 32809. $60 and up per week' Must be

Saturday. There will also be a featured from 3 to 6 p.m. on of Sam Ross tomorrow night. E-4 and up, have car and! married <

matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays Monday, Wednesday, Thursdayand Johnny Jelinek is under the FOR RENT 1 BR BACHELOR Call 359-1719,10 to 7 p.m. J
: Sunday .and holidays. The Hospital Friday. Highballs are $.25 spotlight Saturday night. Happy air condtiononed apt,furnished.
Theatre will have one nightly beer, $.15 and $.20, and $.10 Hour is from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Riverside Area. Contemporary REAL ESTATE: We will help

.feature at 7 p.m.THURSDAY off on call liquor. Enlisted members tomorrow through Sunday. A furnishings. Includes living you Buy, Sell or Invest.
are welcome. family buffet dinner is on Sunday room, kitchen, bathroom and Bowen Real Estate Realtor-
February I Bruce Thomas will be under from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is shower. Off street parking.Quiet USN Retired 384 1376
foreign dish night. The club
NAS: "THE 25TH HOUR":An- the spotlight Saturday night from neighborhood. $80 mo. includes
features a luncheon special from JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
thony Quinn and Virna Lisi..((142 8 p.m. till midnight. utilities. 389 8912. 1
11:15 1:45 Tues-
a.m. to p.m. Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Min.-Rating) Excellent.
************* day through Sunday. modern trailers & Apts. 389 -
: : CPO CLUB: All pizzas are going See the singing, swinging, FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.or 3007.
Laurence Olivier and Kirk Doug-
for the price of $.75 today. comedy style of the Calvert Sis- Unfurn. Orange Park, Temp.
las. ((161 Min.) Rating-Excellent.
The Moonlighter's music is featured ters as they return for their second or Permanent Qtrs. Will rent to FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -

FRIDAY, February 2 tomorrow evening from engagement at the club on bachelors. 264 6884. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &

NAS: "ROSIE": Rosalind Rus- 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Mark Castle Friday. Feb. 9. Reservations FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

sell and Sandra Dee. ((106 Min.) will be on hand Saturday night suggested. 3/4 ACRE, TRAILER,FLORIDA Call Powell o'r Mills, USN
--- -- -
Rm., Screen Porch, 2 Car
Rating Excellent. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
HOSPITAL : "THE 25TII I IHOUR" Garage; Fenced. Off 110th. Floyd Realty.
: Anthony Quinn. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE White, Bldr. 771 5643.

JAX and CECIL. 1 blk.
NAS: "THOSE MAGNIFICENTMEN E 4's and! above. Are you
IN THEIR FLYING LOW RATES west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd. having troube making is meet?

MACHINES" Stuart Whitman and All new paint, 2 BR, LR, Kit. We can work your hours in with
f : Furn., Brk. Nook, Park 2 cars,
your duty schedule. Phone
Sarah Miles. ((152 Min.) Rating-
Excellent. and boat, $85 mo. includes water 388 9252.
sewage, garbage, lawn care I
HOSPITAL: "ROSIE": Rosalind Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541

Russell. PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL nights and weekends, 389 0744. '66 ISLANDER 22'-FIBERGLASS

210 Chrys. Inboard Rigged for
SUNDAY February
SINGERS FOR $15 fishing $3500 with trailer-
NAS: "PALACES OF AQUEEN" INSURANCE Sewing Machines, left in storage $3900 bank financed 7348

: Color documentary(88( good condition. Does every- Tynan Ave. Arlington.
Min.) Rating Good.(Showings at UNDERWRITERS INC. thing, complete attachments.
2,6, and 8:15 ) ,
Yours for charge,
HOSPITAL: "THOSE MAGIFI- (r t)r",a lv MrDoii) I' each. Call 353-1946 Will Deliver -
4479 RMsmlt, IM. 311-7474 No obligation. A-I WARE- HOME FOR SALE INDIVID-
Call Us Anytime HOUSE 1606 MAIN ST. ually built 3 BR., Sep. DR.

MONDAY February 5 STEREO CONSOLE Lg. Kit., new awnings and carpet,

: NAS: "TARZAN AND THE Take up payments on 2 month garage, brick. 388-7207.

JUNGLE BOY": Mike Henry and old beautiful stereo console, like
Raferd Johnson. (97 Min.) new 4 speed record charger.Bal
Duplex clean electric kitchen, no

REGENCY GOT THE "BOAT BUG"? Also ance Due Good$68.Buy or on $8 COLOR per month.TEL- 389-6938.pets, $78.50 mo. 1414 Ron Rd.

I Rockma Chair Theatre 1606 Main St. Jacksonville, Fla.
: _Regency Square_ -- 25% DISCOUNT ON ALL CAM-

FOR SALE COLDSPOT De- eras & CameraEquipment -
Watches $5.95 $39.95 Air
Starts FRIDAY humidifier, ll5voltsExcel.cond. to
The ELECTRIFYING 384-4707. Base Pawn Shop -6463 Roosevelt
SUSPENSE SHOCKER: Blvd. 384-4066.

1 of the Season! FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 B, Air/

/'AUDREY Condt.. W/W', carpeting, con- FOR SALE 67 HONDACL90
Scrambler Excellent Cond. 8
lie 'venient to NAS and schools.
:' HEPBURN $82.50 mo. 2546 Red Robin Dr.,, mo. old $300. 771-6482 after

** WAIT 781-5789. 5 p.m,


% DARK "150", motor, transmission recently Leather Red Upholstery 16,000
TECHIICOIM! 4 overhauled: $250. Call miles Excel. Cond. Call
44 Cure the Itch with, a 264 4525. 733-4303

0 ;** CREDIT UNION LOAN! I ,V v w w __ _

_FLORIDA_ arranged to suit your fcrsonalnecd. Be Creative!
"', 134 1.F.nyih...P.wn'owi
only 1% per month on the unpaid balance.
Starts helmet FRIDAYIs BORROWERS INSURANCEyour Write Your Own Want Ad 3 Lines Oily $2.00
your loan is paid in tne event of your death. ,
crushing the /flowers CUNVENIENCE Additional LINes 50
.. I $
in haIr
your ; of location and hours save you time and trouble.
Mail your ad and check or money order to:

c WCOBURNWlnE/ Jax Afavy ntte/tat JAX Publishing AIR NEWSAFTERBURNERHolt Co. 1950 Blanding Blvd.

M I'\ Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
..' ". -

-tc !!!If Cttll FttlJ' .BUg. 26
: 4(4 ... r.I./ 384-1391 or floi. Ei. 2431 Ti!. SP 'L3211. Ed. 205
4L Hours: Mon. Frl. 6:30 3:00
ir" Hour:Mo* Frl. 9:30.4:30

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10 JAX AIR N EWS/AFJ"ER BURNER February I I. 1968

Voting Deadline Hears Dental Health Notes I II

For Puerto Rico Voters yea
Periodontal (gum) disease is nondetergent foods. The coarse
Military personnel whose home Ii usually thought o[ as a diseaseof food we once ate required more
record is Puerto Rico have until adults. Recent studies show chewing action, which forced the
March 3 to submit the Federal it to be also a disease of child- food over the teeth and soft
Post Card Application requestingthe --- Ai-T hood. tissue. This detergent action
required application for registration In fact, a dental scientist recently served to clean the teeth and
by absentee process.To offi-. !; reported that almost every gums. Today the soft foods we
meet the deadline, child who still has his first teeth have come to like and feed
cials recommend sending either may be suffering from some formof our children do not provide adequate -
the application or a letter to .
gum disorder.A cleansing action.
of Elec-
the General Supervisor study made in Michigan revealed Crowded, misaligned teeth and
tions Office of the Superin- r that over 90 per cent of mouth breathing are also con-
tendent General, San Jaun,Puerto s sce the youngsters examined had tributing causes.
Rico,.00903. A some signs of gum disorder. Children with periodontal disease -
develop sensitive mouths.
GIANT SWAP MEETJAX Prevention Techniques They have difficulty in chewing.Bad .
Periodontal disease in child- breath and excessive sali-
LARGEST FLEA ren can usually be preventedjust -- vation also occur.
MARKET as it can be among adults.Its Since periodontal disease not
Come Buy, Sell or Browse : : major cause is the lack only results in tooth loss, but
Thousands of Items. p -J of professional dental treatmentand also:: in destruction of bone a-
Blanding Drive-In Theatre DOUBLE AWARDS.-AX1 Robert T. McGarry of VP-45 had two improper home care. An- round the teeth, the child's
Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. pleasant encounters with the squadron's skipper this month. other cause, dental scientists future as well as present healthis
Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m. He was presented an award for being named "Red Darter of believe, may be the marked dangerously jeopardized.The .
change in modern diet -- from best ? A watch-
768 7085 or 768 4793 the Month" and several later
days was advanced to P02.
coarse, detergent foods, to soft, ful, wise parent who early teaches
his child proper toothbrushing,

health supervises habit, this and sees fundamental that his
WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS child receives regular dental
care from the time the first
set of teeth are fully erupted at
age two and a half or three.

Cheaper Parcel Post

# :.. / '," $"# ,'f
\xt *s ',*' JT < Rates Go into Effect
4 For Overseas Mailing

.4p Washington (AFNB) .Military -
personnel serving o u t-
side the continental U. S. can
now mail parcels weighing up to
30 pounds via air mail at rates
nearly as low as surface mail.
The new airlift service Is in
addition to the Surface Air-
mail (SAM) regulation. Under
SAM, packages weighing five
pounds or less are airlifted at
surface rate.s to U. S. ports and
then go by surface transportationto
their destination.
Under the new program, par-
cels weighing 30 pounds or less
and not exceeding 60 inches in
combined length and girth will
be carried on "space available"
basis from all overseas APOs
and FPOs at parcel post sur-

i .. :' '.:: ;::rN\::\ i;:,ii;:;':!::;;: : face The rate additional plus $1. dollar insuresair

..:,........ transportation all the way
the overseas base to the
destination address.
" .
.:!: The special airlift regulationalso
..... .'.. I applies to packages mailed
I from the U. S. to military per-
sonnel served by APOs and
The airlift rates are expected -
; -jU to produce a savings in most
cases. For example, the Post
Office Department pointed out,
: L a serviceman in Vietnam will
\ pay $.30 to send a 15 pound
? package to Chicago. The regularrate
for the same package is
$12.08.In .
some cases,it will be cheaper
to use regular air parcel
post. Servicemen should check
with their post office for Informa-

: IF you want to run your own business, tion on yourself the best service.to use.

Give a present every
here's size month by buying U. S. Savings
a Tiger opportunity Bonds. -

take over a modern ENCO station. ..

," cJ: 8uan
The Tiger represents today's most successful premium gasoline and some of the most sue-' ....

cessful ENCO Dealers are former Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force personnel. They

know how to lead, organize, get things done...important requirements for being your own boss. \San Juan .:!(:.

If you have these qualifications, you don't need experience. We'll train you. And pay you Phone 384 44)6J.

.while you learn. Interested? Call or write:
i 1,263 Bedrooms
CiarJcii Type Apartments
ti'itlt Country Club/

. 554 PARK ST., JAI, FLA. 354 8481 ENCO Kitcdrns' equipped t; Refrigerators with GEKauiKS

", Individual Air Conditioning
and (Uatimi by d' E.Ihapes
HUMBLE furnished' :
I OIL & REFINING COMPANY Lame Sudmminlt Po"iPage

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February I, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pale I 1.1 I .

Plane Captain PickedJaNdary'ServicemaN' -. '', '\' '' .. .' ,
.1"' t\ "'':;.'
,,,.;.-,Iit"\,,<" .,. ,,

ADRl Leo R. Beliveau has
been selected as Serviceman of
the Month for January, "for his a 9
continuous outstanding militaryand

professional performance, 9 4q
devotion conduct.to duty and exemplary iJL '

In a letter of nomination, Lt. L rJ
J. R. Beddard, Air Operations ry f'' M 4'

Maintenance Division officer,
wrote of ADRl Beliveau:
"He is presently assigned as

senior plane captain and super- J!
visor on the US 2 type air- ,,
craft. Under his directions and : -

maintenance supervision, organizational problems on level this CHAPLAIN PROMOTED Capt. Martin J. Stack, commanding PERFORM SUNDAY. The Naval Air Training Choir from the

aircraft are quickly and accurately officer, NAS, and Mrs. Dorsey, pinned lieutenant commander Naval Air Station, Pensacola, will sing at 10: a.m. protestant
solved. shoulder boards on Chaplain Jack E. Dorsey upon his promo services at the HAS Chapel Sunday.

Leadership tion Jan. 25. Present for the ceremonies was Capt. Robert :
M. Harrison, head chaplain of NAS. Y ; ''tr ,
"Petty Officer Beliveau's keen
t tiJ
knowledge and understanding of :.,,.{ .

reciprocating aircraft engines, k iy
the airframes section and the ability i- t\,.; '
to teach others has provena i" Iff!) .. ',_
great asset to his division in : "
: ;,{.' '
aircraft availability and the A JA "
.. 'l" "
of J. "
training new men. .
"He is always working at improving < 'f t
", :'." .'"' '.. '. .t ,:r1'>>", ,
himself and the '(I- :"" .
trainingof '---
\ ,,. : ;1'i-: ':.
new men, and continues to get f ,' < ',<:',[<,,'," ." ., "'" b,, "
peak performance from his men .f'\ ..'" 1. "' ;) '. ,\
all times. / ', w, -.r,
at :
.,' >> ,r ,J ,,"i
Reflects Credit a r S r "I' \ .i,;' ,\)" 't.<01;
i jI ,
1\\: .1 ,
1 ,\0<
', ,
at "' \ .
'" ; .
"ADRl Beliveau is utilized extensively ; tr.... ..' \,\ "" ....1, ,.
for both the militaryand __"y',.,;a ji",:.__" '" ,", ::J'' "."" i J_,I. "'<.1",......1 ',,._..___ ,

professional training!. pro- LJ FIRST WAVE Capt. C. T. Faulders jr. welcomes AZ2
grams, and the direct resultsof o ,h P33rsy x+ ; Charle Smith to the Naval Air Rework Facility. Miss Smith ,
his efforts reflects credit upon r the first WAVE to report to NARF, will work in the acceptanceand
himself and this command. transfer section. At right is ADJC C. W. Hensley.
_ "His outstanding technical and + i P
leadership abilities have contri-
buted greatly to the excellent
reputation enjoyed by the Opera-
here.tions" Maintenance- Division moneyto

Diminutive clown Prince Paul and Mary Gill of The Flying
Petty Officer Beliveau, his
wife, Sylvia, and their two children Waynes, Australian Flying Trapeze artists, prepare for theirin bills?
live at 2021 Bill Drive,Jack- the "Greatest Show on Earth", the Ringling Bros and Barn- pay
sonville. um & Bailey Circus. The circus will present two performances

For his accomplishment daily (with three on Saturday), beginning Friday, February 2, .
veau was awarded a free trip to and continuing thru Monday, February 5. See HFC.
St. Augustine sponsored by the
USO. He was also given a $50
check by NAS Jax. ,
Others nominated for the I tI .
monthly award were AOl John L. .
Kibby, SD2 Hipolito G.Dominago VISIT :I'
and AKAN Kathyrn A. Straw,

1 ;u

Greater J ax Open

The Greater Jacksonville
Open will be held at Deer- CADILLACS PONTIAC .
wood during the period 25-:31 MAIN AT ORANGE
March 1968. The Navy has
been invited to take part in OPEN MON. THRU SAT. UNTIL 8 PM
the support of this tournament.
Navy personnel who would liketo

serve as marshalls and PHONE EL 3-3922
ladies desiring to volunteerto Got more bills than money to pay them? See the military
serve as scorers should loan counsellor HFC for a Bill Payer Loan from House.
contact the Pro Shop at their
hold Finance.
respective installation for
further details.ROBERT. At Household, we'll tell you in advance how much your
Bill Payer Loan will cost-plainly and simply, in dollars

and cents. No hidden charges. No extras. No surprises

at Household Finance.

Before you sign on the dotted line,

Nau9brawee Z'A/ know what your loan will cost.

Yw o.t
24 18 U IS
S pay1Pfr paymtf payts payeoh

I i I i1' @: $100 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48

i. ,,\ 200 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97
i 'o"<"''f"W'd!', 300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45
500 28,97 35.85 49.75 91.78
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Charges are compulid at 3% on that pert of
scheduled monthly balance not txtudini$300
and 2% on any rtmairuler. This schedule ubaudon
.r. prompt payment and inc/uduehatres.




388-3583 6483: ELT
NAS 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
:EaELL: :aR::
389.3483 2 1165 w. OF S.ROOSEVELT Cedar Hills Shopping Center

:I30E: :B-CrILDERS.: IISTO: 3734 Blanding Blvd.-771-9190
AGENEi-After 600 PM You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenient 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541

10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21) Ask....... ..................:...


Page 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER February I, 1968

VW-4 Tops V'vV-4 Tafces, : Local Tourney: I

Enter Atlantic Fleet ContestWeather

NatLeague Reconnaissance I In other games, VA -37 trouncedVA
.d squadron Four's intramural 44,87- 70; VW 4 slipped
Patrol Squadron Five brought basketball squad battled its wayto past VA 174, 81 78; VA -
their season's record to 6 1 #. "EE first place without a defeat in 37 clipped VAP 62, 59 52
in the intramural National Lea- the local Commander Fleet Air to eliminate the photomen from
gue action by trouncing the 679th Jacksonville tournament and this the tourney; and VA 37 jumpdon
Radar Squadron 86 36,Jan. 2$ week is playing in Rhode Island. VA 174 75.58 to get a
then downing the WAS Dispensary sw The Weathermen dropped Cecil shot at VW 4.'Usage.
Cadeuces 77 47 Monday night.In E Field's V A-37 Saturday morn-
another National League Ing 59 49 for the chance to fly Fees'Continued
contest staged Jan. 25, Patrol 1 t to Davisville, R. I., and competein
Squadron 16 put down the Naval aAi the Atlantic Fleet tourney. ( from Page I) I
Air Reserve Training Unit 59 Davisville is headquarters of
Y Construction Battalion Center, No charge has been placed on
36.There were two games playedin = Atlantic. the areas reserved for slot cars
the American League lastweek In the final COMFAIR game, and the railroad club.
with Fleet Weather Facility VW 4's Cliff Ormsby and Chuck The new charges will help pay
blasting the Boathouse five 81- Bryson provided the scoring the costs of running the hobby
34 and Hospital stopping 679th .. punch, hitting for 22 and 19 points shop facilities according to J.
71- 5.1. U respectively. Other Hurricane A. Fields Special Services of-
In Monday night's contests in Hunter scorers were Clarence ficer. Fields pointed out that
the American League, Patrol Trophy -- COMFAIRJAX staff officer LCdr. George Regan presents Prevost with 7, Larry McConley one reason for the new charge is
Squadron 30 stopped MARTD 45- trophy to VW 4's Cliff Ormsby following Saturday's 5, Jerry Maroon added 4 and because of the increase of minimum -
25 while VP 7 got by Air- championship contest. Looking on are teammates Larry Me* Rusty Sobelewski made a basket wages for attendantsthat
craft Maintenance 52 41. Conley and Chuck Bryson for 2 points.VA goes into effect today. The
"'" With less one third of the 37 fought its way throughthe new usage fees were approvedby
season's games played, VAP Fliers Hand Airmen losing bracket in the double vote at the December Recrea-
62 is in the top slot in the elimination affair to get a shotat tion and Council meetings and
American League and VW 4 VW 4 for the COMFAIRtitle. approved by the commanding of-
holds the number one positionIn Two Weekend LossesThe The attack squadron ficer._
the National League. The cur- trailed VW 4 through most of
rent standings of both leagues are Jax Navy Fliers downed pete in the Sixth Naval District the first half of Saturday's More than 60 per cent of all
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