Jax air news

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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 4, 1968


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )


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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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I HOUSE -- Naval Air Rework employees and t e;families look at A3 Vigilante, one of the many aircraft overhauled at the local facility. 'J

: Rework Facility Marks

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Over 3,500-ocog!| Jrisiwdi Pbnr2yVAir Rework Facility Sunday .d
afternoon astKllJ Wr lJWjlJUf ployees and their families '
y Publunod by tilt Holt Publlaluni Company a private firm Opinions up..eeI o,the publisher and wrttera hwiln wt their own end noL to be considered an o III I c 1.1 epreaalon of anjrtnlUtarr 5))
I depart eat.The appearance o*advertleementi.. In ttil*publication doee not constitute endorsement of any military'department of the product or aenricea advertised. toured the activity fora family style" open house to celebrate : /'
f; VOL. 26 NO. 2 ". *. NAVAL AIR STATION.' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL 4. 1968 the facility's first birthday as a separate command.'r: "
The former Overhaul and Repair -

sioned Department the Naval was Air commis-Rework electronic rotor blade measuring display, an machine ejection, a j''.
r as
USS Duval Visits Jax
County Facility one year ago and Capt. S and glass Music and piped machine throughoutthe shop ,\$

C.T. Faulders Jr. is the current
commanding officer. plant provided a musical

The USS Duval County (LST- Built in the final years of World 1944, the ship was sailed down The first in seven years, the background .
: 758)) will tie up at the' Seaboard War II, the 24-year-old ship the Mississippi River and placedin open house gave employees a Captain Faulders commented -
will be for commission. Following train- on the open house saying the {
Coastline dock in Jacksonville open visitors between chance to show their families
tomorrow afternoon on her first 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday and Sun- ing for the crew in late 1944, where the wage earner works visitors thought the tour was

visit to the county for which she day.Built the ship picked up troops in as well as where some of the interesting and educational- as
was named. at Ambridge, Pa., inI" Panama and sailed into the Pacific Navy's aeronautical productsare well as enjoyable.
toward Pearl Harbor. The repaired.

__ ship carried troops ashore for "Welcome Aboard" Voter Sign
i.: i1IL i- the Invasion of Iwo Jima and Upon entering'the f facility even UpEnds

r"fl' later suororted other.operationsin many of the employees' found\ a '
the Pacific Theatre.In different atmosphere from'the Saturday :,
1946 the ship joined the normal work day.kThe lobby was

? "mothball fleet" at Bremerton. decorated {With flowers*:-and all, The voter registration offices ;,

eI Eo Wash., but was placed back in'. visitors."were1 welcomed by hosts. of; day and Duval Counties have, ,

+ 1 commission during.. : Koreans. .hos ; ,and*_"*hostesses., *,J '. set Saturday as the closing date *.J.
S tilities. for for the ,,'
Visitors were shown throughout registration pri
On July 1, 1955, the ship was the plant and many saw the maries.In .

fI f given her present name In honor'of "NARF STORY," a color slide order to qualify as a Flor-
fI I Duval County. During the last ida have
and tape presentation explainingthe voter, personnel must
I H 1 iii 10 years the ship has performeda mission and function of the lived in the state for one year
l variety of missions. She helped facility. and six months in the county

------..--.....-..-.-....-.---.- train soldiers and Marines in am- A model of the Navy's-new Cor- where they will register.
phibious warfare techniques sair was on display. The Sky- Duval County residents can
Tank Landing Ship USS Duval County. participated In rescue oper- hawk, Vigilante and Corsair air- register at the Duval County

ations, served as a training ves- craft and the jet and recipro- Court House, 330 Bay St., between
sel for the Army School of the cating engine assembly lines 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. The
More Vet Benefits Sought Americas, as well as a delivery helped to explain the NARF mis- Duval registration office will be
vessel for AID material bound for
sion, tonight between 6 and 9p.m.
I. . ___. .. South American countries. Dur- New EquipmentNew open of
Washington (AtoP;:>) -- The Veterans The right of burial for vet- Residents Clay County can
the few the Duval
National ing past years and sophisticated shop e- register at the Clay County Court
I Advisory Commission has eran in a Cemetery rea-
has made several
recommended equalization of sonably close to his home. Panama where she quipment, including a numerical House in Green Cove Springs !
ments to
military retired pay by computing Predicting the veteran popu- operated out of Naval Station Rod- controlled milling machine and between 8:30' a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
the amount on current active duty lation may reach 30 millionby the an electron beam welder were daily. The Clay County registration :
pay rates, andamendingtheDualCompensation end of the century, and that vet- man.The among the favorite attractionsfor office will remain open until
Act of 1964 to erans and their dependents will Jacksonville USO is arranging the visitors. Other items 5 p.m. Saturday to allow extra
tours of St. Augustine the route were an time for residents to register.
a eliminate discrimination against then comprise 50 per cent of the along tour
and Marineland Saturday and Sun-
retired officers of the total population, the commis-
regular '
day for members of the DuvalCounty's t; < Elfe ,l. s { ;
military services. sion concluded the VA should be ,
crew. / } i' V. a a ff
The recommendation was a- given cabinent status, and a Sen-
mong 80 submitted to William J. ate committee on Veterans Affairs -
Driver, administrator Veteran should be established. Seabee Picked

Affairs, to improve veterans Among specific recommendations .
t c programs. of the commission were: Top Serviceman Y .e
The commission emphasizedthere 'Increase compensation paid

Is a national commitmentto veterans totally disabled as the Equipment Operator First
provide for the disabled and result of military service from Class Herbert B. Palmer has I'.f'
needy veteran as well as his the present $300 per month to been selected as Serviceman of iI .f

dependents. $400.. the Month for March by a panel f e r"M
Endorsing all proposals in .
Provide educational assist- of officers. ; s't"
January ance payments up to $100 per Assigned to the Seabee Divi-
message to Congress on service- month for widows whose hus- sion of Public Works since Julyof

men and veterans, the commis- bands died or are totally disabled last year, Palmer serves as
sion singled out three for special as a result of service. a dispatcher. In a letter of nomination -
endorsement. Give wives and children of f
Capt. L.W.Graves wrote,
A proposed resolution expressing 100 per cent servicedisabledveterans "Associated with the position of
the sense of Congressthat medical benefits simi- dispatcher is the answering of

private employers should lar to those now available to the after-hours trouble desk telephone ,
give job priority returning. ser- dependents of military personnel : for NAS, Jacksonville.

vicemen.* and provide like benefits for This job requires a great amountof
Legislative Incentives to widows and children of veterans diplomacy as
many emergen-
channel the talents of Vietnam
who die of serviceconnectedcauses.
cies arise. Palmer has acted
into teaching and other
calmly and coolly to all situations -
community roles in deprivedareas. Legislation to permit part- ." Palmer was presentedwith

time vocational rehabilitation "a-$50 check and a weekend
What's Inside training for servicedisabledveterans : trip for he and his family to i.,
t, as well as the, full- I Ir
St. the
Augustine, sponsored by .
Editorial 2 time training now specified by .........
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USO.Others ---.z.-;; !:- ...
Civilian News 3 law.Heading the commission was nominated for the BLAZE -- Fire destroyed the administration building of the old
Robert M. McCurdy,a past chair- monthly award were ATI Thomas
Want Ads . II man of the American Legion's P. Johnson, AKAN Kathryn A. Naval Hospital Monday morning. Being torn down by a private
\: '2. National Rehabilitation Commis- Straw, TMl James R. Raley and firm the building was empty at the time the fire started around

T. Sports. 13 sion. RMl Charles E. Fanning. 3 a.m. Cause of the fire is unknown.


April 4, 1968


Editorial' View 1 PonfsjNM / J.AX, ,4.XEt: N WS I. ',Divine 5e.rvlces

The J IAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ,ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
A Letter, Can Do ItYou distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Nava! Air Station, Edward's Chapel
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company
firm.. ,AU Copy' submitted for use in the J AX AIR
can earn an extra $50, $100 or $1,000 this year for just an a NEWS private must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box SUNDAY MASS9 a.m..
. hour or so of your time. All it takes is a letter to Freedoms 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before pub and 11 a.m.
Foundation that might well be. one of the cash winners in the 1968 lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone DAILY MASS '- -11:30 a.m.
Letter Awards Program. 772 3118 or 3119. SATURDAY MASS -----9a.m.-

You don't have to be a budding Hemingway to enter or win one of solicited the publisher and queries Religious Education Classes
excellence, but Advertisements are by (Grade School) - 9:45: a.m.
the awards The letters aren't judged on literary such should be directed to: "
rather on sincerity and understanding the American way of life. concerning CONFESSIONS5.
And after all, who has a better understanding of the American way The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd; -5:30 p.m.. and 7 7 p.m.7: O p.m..

of life than the people who wear their country's uniform and have Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388,- ,2755 MONDAY
sworn to defend their nation against all enemies.The Religious Education Classed '
"A Free (High School) - -7 p.m.
topic for 'the 1968 Letter Awards Program Is .
VOL. 26 NO. 2 ,APRIL:4, 1968
Ballot -- A Free Country" and is open to all active duty personneland
for the first time, members of the reserve components, Single Young Catholic Organi-
zation - -7:30 p.m.
National Guard and R.O.T.C.
The top award in both the active duty and reserve categories is THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR 7 7
$1,000. In the active duty category, there will be 50 awards of p.m.
$100 and 50 awards of $50 as well as honor medals and honor Red Cross ServicesSECOND U.S. Naval/ Hospital

certificates. For entries from the reserve components, there will
be up to 50 awards of $100 and 50 awards of $50 in addition to honor SUNDAY
medals and certificates. IN A SERIES .- - -8j.m.

By Virginia Gunter '
10 a.m.
The authority for granting emergency Requests for such reports after PROTESTANT "
leaves to military per- leave has been granted are con-
sonnel rests with the individuals' sidered by the Red Cross as All// Saints Chapel

commanding officer. The Red after the fact and, therefore,
Cross does not grant emergency inappropriate. SUNDAY
leaves. Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.
Emergency leaves are usually Advise Family Junior Worship Service 10 a.m.

-- / granted whenever death or criti- Bldg. # 722
&S cal illness occurs In a service- Because of time and distance Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
man's immediate family which factors involved, servicemen #722Junior
requires his presence at home. encouraged to advise their Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
The top active duty winner from each military service will be Immediate family Includes a ser- families to contact their local Bldg. 722

invited to 'attend the presidential inauguration in 1969 and will have viceman's parents, brother, sister Red Cross chapters as soon as Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
their awards while they are in Washington. The next
wife or child. It does not an emergency develops required p.m.
five active duty winners and the top winner in each of the reserve othe'rdistant their presence. In this way TUESDAYJunior
will be invited to Valley Forge, Pa., to receive their include a grandparent or
components relative unless that relative the emergency can be verifiedand Choir Rehearsal p.m.
awards on Washington's Birthday. acted in uloco parentis",that is, reported to the field director Bldg.$ # 722
Letters must be printed or typed and no more than 500 words In assumed full legal responsibilityfor with minimum delay. This is WEDNESDAYSenior

length. Each letter must include the writer's full name, rank, a serviceman's rearing, in extremely important where life Choir Rehearsal 7:30
serial number, complete military address, service or reserve of the expectancy is involved. p.m.
place parent.
component and full home address. Red Cross financial assistancein THURSDAY
Entries be submitted to Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, '
Expanded Policy amount sufficient todefrey the Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
Pa. 19481, by Nov. I, 1968. cost of round trip air trans- Bldg. /* 722
This can be your opportunity to speak out for freedom and to let portation from the port of Christian Science Service
your opinions and feelings be known by thousands .of other The Marine Corps recently expanded debarkation to the home town is 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
Americans. (AFPS) the emergency leave available from the Red Crossto .
: policy to provide for leave upon "
overseas personnel travelingon
death of spouse's father,motheror HOLY WEEKPROTESTANT '
leave and
LessonBy emergency ..
jThe Hourglass person in loco parentis. The personnel in the states from
Red Cross has, therefore, modified -
their base the
military to place
Palm 7
Sunday, April
its make traditional
LCdr. F. E. Sims CHC .of emergency.
services -- communications, reporting 9 a.m. Sunday School, Bldg #722
and financial assistance 10 a.m. All Saints' Chapel -
Dr. James Gordon Gilkey preached a sermon in 1944 called -- available to Marine Corps Distribution of Palms
"Gaining Emotional Poise," which was reprinted in Reader's personnel under these emergency Traffic 10 a.m. Junior Church Distribution -

Digest and became a classic almost overnight.He circumstances on the same basisas of Palms, Bldg. #722
had found through many years of counseling, that one of the for emergency leave involv- 10 a.m. Hospital Chapel
main causes of breakdown, worry and all sorts of other personal ing immediate family members.
problems, was this bad mental habit of feeling that you should be ViolationsThe Maunday (Holy) Thursday April ,

doing many things now. VerificationsThe 11 .
Looking at the hourglass on his desk, he had an Inspiration. Justas 7:30 p.m. Communion,All Saints'Chapel
is of
only one grain of sand could pass through the hourglass, so couldwe Red Cross field director following a report

only do one thing at a time. It is not the job, but the way we will verify emergencies at the motor vehicle accidents and traf-
insist upon thinking of the job that causes the trouble. request of a serviceman or his fic violations for the period Good Friday, April 12 '
Most of us feel hurried and harried, said Dr. Gilkey, becausewe commanding officer. Verifica- March 19 through 25. 12 1:00 p.m. Seven Last
form a false mental picture of our duties, obligations and re- tions, together with doctor's recommendations Number of Accidents Words

sponsibilities.,There seem to be a dozen different things pressingin (where appli- This week . . . 4 All Saints' Chapel
upon us at any given moment; a dozen different things to do; a cable), are obtained throughthe Total Accidents this year through
dozen different problems to solve and a dozen different strainstp American Red Cross chap- March 25 . . . 63 Easter Sunday April 14
endure.No ter located in the serviceman'shome Number of Accidents through 5:55 a.m. Sunrise ServiceChapel -
matter how hurried or harried our existence may be, said Dr. town, and are relayed to March, 25, 1967. . 60 Area.
Gilkey, this mental picture is entirely false. Even on the busiest the serviceman and/or his com- Total number of days since 9 a.m. Sunday School, Bldg. #722
days the crowded hours come to us one moment at a time; no mat- manding officer for evaluationfor last injury in a motor vehicle 10 a.m. Easter Services, All

ter how many problems, tasks or strains we fare, they always cometo leave purposes.Red accident . . 8 Saints' Chapel
us in a single file, which is the only way they can come. Cross reports are pro- Number of ViolationsThis 10 a.m. Hospital Chapel

To get a true mental picture, he suggested visualizing an hour- vided in advance to assist the Week. . . . 42 10:30 a.m. Hospital ChapelLu-
,glass, with the many grains of sand ,dropping one by one. This serviceman and the responsible Speeding. . . . 9 theran Holy Communion
mental picture will bring emotional poise and with emotional poisewe authority evaluating leave Reckless Driving.- .1
are better equipped to solve the one particular, situation before us. requests for emergency reasons, Going} through Stop Sign . 1J i

Other Violations. t . 21 ROMANCATHOLIC : j
Twenty drivers appeared before Palm Sunday April 7

Passover Observance ScheduleReligious the Traffic Hearing Boardat 8 a.m. Hospital Chapel ....
the meeting held on March 28. 9 a.m. St. Edwards Chapel

Disposition .of the cases included 11, )100 St. Edwards Chap-
services in 00Jewish Center Synagogue Etz Chaim Synagogue the following: Four lost driving el'Holy '. ,

servance of Passover will be (Conservative) (Orthodox) and parking privileges aboard
conducted in the following syn- the station! for various periods; Thursday April l /' '
agogues in Jacksonville. Rabbi i Jerome Lipnick (Phone 10.were assigned to complete an 7:30 p.m. Mass and ProcessionSt. :''i

733-8029)) Rabbi Haskel Wachsmann. eight-hour course in remedial Edwards Chapel
Congregation Ahavath Chesed Third and Silver Streets (Phone 733-3639)) driving at NATTC; seven received .
(Phone 355-8464)) 5864 Unlversfty Blvd. W. suspensions;six were given Good Friday April 12 ..
(Reform) Beginning Passover Services: (Phone 733-0720) warnings; four- were dismissed 3 p.m. Good Friday Liturgy
Friday, April 12 .6:15p.m. Beginning Passover Services: ; 11 were fined (U. S. St. Edwards Chapel .
Rev. Dr. Sidney M. LefkowSaturday, April 13 8:45 a.m. Friday, April 12 .6:45p.m. COMMISSIONER); and one referred -

Itz, Rabbi (Phone 733-2424)) 6:15 p.m.Congregational. Saturday, April 13.,8:30: a.m., to commanding officer Holy Saturday, April 13
St. Johns Ave. and Mallory Seder. .7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. for possible disciplinary action. 7:30 p.m. Easter Vigil Liturgyand
St. (Phone 388-0756)) 14. 8:45 Fifteen drivers were assessed 43
Sunday, April a.m. c8:30a.m: Mass, St. Edwards
Sunday, April 14 ., Chapel
Beginning Passover Services points
: and 6:15 p.m. 6:45 : .
.Friday, April 12 . .6 p.m. Close of Passover Services: p.m. Easter Sunday
Congregational Seder .7p.m. Close of Passover Services:
.6:30 8 a.m. Mass .
Saturday, April 13 .. ..U'a.m.Thursday, Apn118. p m. Thursday, April 18 .6:30: p.m. To obtain the best Hospital Chapel '
19 8:45 price pos- 9 a.m. Mass St. Edwards Chap-
Friday, April a.m.,
Close of Passover Services: 6:30 Friday, April 19, 8:30 a.m., sible, the Navy-Ship's Store Office el11a.m.
Thursday April 18 8 p.m. p.m.Saturday 6:30 p.m.Saturday in Brooklyn
negotiates contractual .
Friday, April 19 . .11 a.m. April 20.; 8:45 a.m. April 20 .. 8:30 and agreements with manu Mass St. Edwards

Yizkor, Memorial Service Yizkor, Memorial Service 10 a.m. facturers to be used by the Navy, ChapelPage

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I a I L Jacksonville Area Civil Service News 1 :


New Jobs, Pay for CiviliansThe i

; followingNASJacksonville Pendry, aircraft mechanic (rub- RESERVE TRAINING UNIT
employees have been promoted In ber); John H. King, industrial
rii accordance with the station's cleaner; Irving W. Botthof, elec- Roy' Williams Jr., military
merit promotion program. tropics mechanic; John E. Dun- personnel technician, GS 7. .'

ii REWORK FACILITY can, electronics mechanic; COMPTROLLER DEPT \
Robert E. Brown, electronics
Newell W. O'Brien, aircraft mechanic; John J. Cox Jr., electronics Forbie Lee Smith, accounting
( engine mechanic; Jack Copeland, mechanic; PercyV.Reid, technician, GS 5.

aircraft engine mechanicJames electronics ,mechanic; GregoryB. SECURITY DEPARTMENT :
__} E. Haspel, aircraft engine me- Kane, foreman (leadingman)
chanic; Haven A. Morrison, Jr., shot peening machine operator; Matthew J. Grundig, super- ;j
aircraft engine mechanic;PaulD. and Charles E.Pangburn,welder. visory driver testing examiner, '
Johnson, electronics mechanic GS-6. 'i
Glen R. Whipple, aircraft engine SUPPLY DEPARTMENTJohn DATA PROCESSING f
mechanic;Jack L.Anderson,air- B. Hofmann, inventory
craft engine mechanic; John W. management assistant, GS 7; Paul L. Brownlee computer: ..
Seibert Jr., aircraft engine me- Dorothy W. Maddox, supervisory specialist, GS 11.COMMISSARY. '
chanic;John E.Cassidyforeman supply clerk, GS 6, Josephine STORE '
(leadi : man) rotor blade me- D. Mixon, inventory management
chanic (metal); Tom Brown Jr., assistant, GS 7; Leroy C. Kel- Myra S. Patton, accounting
aircraft engine mechanic; Ber- ley, leader stockman; MargaretW. technician GS 4. I,
ELECTED -- Filling postitions in the Naval Air Station Associationthis nard L. Allen, aircraft engine Byers, procurement clerk NOTU. PATRICK '
year are seated (L to R) Fred Bedenbaugh, VP, H. W. McMlllln -. mechanic; John M. Moody, air- (typing), GS 4; Otis W. McCormick AIRFORCE BASE. ;
president, M. H. Eddings secretary and J. W. Andrews, craft engine mechanic; Michael inventory management
treasurer. Elected as directors for the civilian organization at the Haloostock; aircraft examiner assistant, GS 7; William M. ,. Barbara F. Fulmer. secretary, ,\
March 28 meeting were (L to r) standing: F. E. Byres, F. G. (airframes mechanic); Leroy Abernethy Jr.,management tech- (typing) GS 5. J.y.
Brooks, T. A. Darby, L. Lagrande, Ruth Munden, C. G. Hart, Hutchins, Industrial Tractor operator nician (ETS), GS 8; Marvin E.
George; Krestalude, Ed Davis and Helen K. Olsen. C. T. Madrin ; Jesse W.Devero,aircraft Smith, supervisory supply clerk,
was not present. examiner (A/C metalsmith); Hubert GS 8j:. and Oliver B. BomarJr. 2 ,MONTHS'

IRD Lists Merit Jobs Charles Capps R. ,Stanley aircraft, chemistGS-electrician; sistant., inventory GS 7.PUBLIC management as- V # LEFT FOR, 5
11; John F. Almack, aircraft "5; N> REPORTING '
electrician; Gerald Sturgeon, WORKS DEP l
Currently Available aircraft electrician; Pauline A. Pauline L. Ross, clerk steno YOUR
Stevenson aircraft mechanic grapher, GS 4, and William O. 1 1gaMga6
Merit promotion opportunities consideration: NAS, NARF (rubber); Wealthie Fisher Jr., Thomas, pumping equipment me-
currently open for receipt NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy industrial cleaner; Gerald C. chanic. ;
+ of applications are listed below. Commissary Stores, Navy Re- FOtTHIS FISCAL YEAQ F
The closing date of each is shown. cruiting Station, Jax. Exams OfferedThe MANPOWER MANAGEMENT \
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D cations will be accepted through Dorothy S. Urell, clerk typist \
grade levels GS 4 and below; the close of business Monday. Interagency Board of U.S. GS 4. "
MPB No. 79 67 Plan Call MPB No. 42 68 Supply Clerk Civil Service Examiners has
semi skilled positions pay GS 5; MPB No. 43 68 issued the following examination ,
: levels 7 and below; MPB No. 83- Supervisory Supply Clerk,GS-7. announcement to fill positionsin
67 Plan Ball skilled positionspay Area of consideration: NAS, various federal agencies DECKWHERE
le\'el 8 and above. Area of NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX: throughout the state with the exception -
consideration: NAS; NARF Navy Commissary::; Stores, Navy of 10 counties in the .
., NARTY COMFAIRJAX; Navy Recruiting Station, Jax. Appli- northwest portion. .
Commissary Stores, Navy Re- cations will be accepted through The announcement Is as follows SERVICEMEN MEET
cruiting Station, Jax. Appli- the close of business April 11. I : Stenographer, GS 3 and
cations will be accepted at any 4, $4466 and $4995 per year; EVERY DAY FOR FINE .
time. A separate applicationForm MPB No. 44-68 Photoll- Typist, GS 2 and 3, $4108
57 is required for each thographer; (Halftone) $3.38 ph; and $4466 per year; Office Aid STEAKS AND BAR B-Q
i position. $3.52'ph, $3.66 ph. Area of GS 1, 2 and 3, #3776, $4108
MPB No. 158_ 67 Industrial consideration: nationwide. Applications and $4466 per year. ICE COLD BEER
j will be will be
Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. accepted Applications accepteduntil
through the close of business April 22, and should be
Area of consideration: nation-
wide. will be May 2.All sent to the Interagency Boardof BREAKFAST Served ANYTIME
Applications accepted !!!
applicants for the above U. S. Civil Service Examiners
until the needs of the ser-
position must be career or car- 123 South Court Avenue,Orlando,
vice are met and will be considered -
eer conditional employees of Fla. 32801. Further informa-
MPB as No.received.31- 68 Management the Federal Government. Applications tion regarding these positionsmay 7)iWttJ & Zci' scc sg eMtit.2/1It
should be filed with be obtained from the Em- I
Analyst, GS 11. Area of con-
sideration: nationwide. Appli- Fla.IRD, Box 32212.22, U. S. NAS, Jax., 772 ployment- 3448.Office,Bldg. 907, phone 10331 Normandy Blvd. Phone 7819914help

cations will be accepted through I
the close of business April 16. i
MPB No. 36 68 Budget
Analyst, GS 7; MPB No. 37-
68 Budget Analyst, GS 9
((2 vacancies); MPB No. 40 68
Supervisory Supply Clerk (;S-5; S

MPB No. 41'- 68 Supervisory .. .
Supply Clerk, GS. 5. Area of

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T. King direct a VH-341) ht>lI.
copter of Marine Medium Helicopter '
S j. 26:' (HMM-263) at
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Navy Wives Club Jax #86 will
hold a Mad Hatters Luncheon
Sgt. Bob Tipton
Wednesday at noon in the club
house. Prizes will be given for -- Jl r
the most original designs. -
Mrs. Jimmy Gibson is 14 PromotionsFive RetirementsTwo DeparturesFive

luncheon. chairman.. .. ? I Marines received promo- Leathernecks were trans- Marines departed with
-T tion warrants from Lt. Col. A. ferred to the Fleet Marine Corps orders for WestPac recently.
Marine Wives E. James, MAD CO, Monday. Reserve (FMCR) Sunday. They are Sgt. John K. Gray,
Promoted to staff sergeantwere Twenty two veteran,
The Marine Wives Club helda year clerk GySgt. TheodoreW.
regular business meeting Mon- George H. Brand, supply MSgt. Blair N. Phares, AO supply. Williams; and Terrence G.
day evening at its new locationin *UXtC BUTl! ,..POMTT CCT: ANYAKWT clerk; Clyde G. Scalf andJimmy School instructor, plans to residein Shown, AO School instructors,
School instructors Park, Fla.
D. Hartman, AE Winter
Bldg. 572.Fourteen 0U6' BEING rasw wsr\
wives were welcomedas !-CAUSE PON'T I Ml AN gSCORTT ; and Don T. Johnson, AE GySgt. Louis H, Saxon, AE SSgt. Lenvil J. Coomer and Sgt."
guests and prospective mem- School student. James .Morse, School instructor, completed Robert P. Costa, AE School
clerk, was promotedto 20 years of service and plans to
bers as a result of the club'gcurrent personnel instructors.
in Melrose, Fla.
membership drive. sergeant. reside _
They were Mesdames Royce G. -
Berry, Fred W. Gentry, Thomas -
W. Mosley, William D. Scott, SATURDAY :
Ralph E. Webb, John W. Pickens, GRAND OPENING FRIDAY &
Floyd W. Alford, George L.Tru-
jillo, Jimmie D. Hurriage,LarryR.
Lightfoot, Richard R. Ibach, IFIa
Ralph Cocciola, Joseph Blandino,
and Joe B. Berry.
Members voted to hold a bake a
sale but did not set a definite
date. The club will have a ward
party for the patients at theNa-
val Hospital April 19.
Refreshments were served by I t ;
Mesdames Art Slocumb, Kath-
ryn Parham, Bob Swartz and
James Lynn.
The next regular meeting is
planned for April 15 at 8 p.m.
at Bldg. 572. All Marine Wivesare
. invited to attend.

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group ot local high school George Cole Tom brought RakerA his elec- the USO Councils of St.Augustine ,.

students visited AE School at tronics class from Wolfson High and St. Johns County. r rJ ;

NATTC last week. School in to NATTC different to tour phases facilities of- . $ iaL;

instruction at the Class "A" Seventeen ,POls completed a
school. three week Leadership School
Upon their arrival, Cdr. V. G.
[f XACO Quillen, superintendent of the .at NATTC last Friday.
school, briefed the students on Honorman was AKl Robert L.
NATTC schools in general and Long from NARTU: He had a ; N
AE (A) School in particular.He final average of 95.84. This was

then turned them over to the sixth consecutive time a man ......, --, ..... .-f .I
DEALERSHIPAVAILABLE AVCM Harry B. Dawson, Jr., from NARTU took the ''scholastic .:::::-J:""""""" ,./ .ii'A': ...:&;,;'i.r"M ..
technical analyst, who led them unit's
award. The reserve com-
AEI I JOESPH H. POMPEO demonstrated equipment in Aviation
through several phases of train- manding Officer,Capt.C.D. Sim-
ing. Long his certificate Electricians "A" School's electronic lab to students from
onsen presented
Wolfson School electronics class when
and offered congratulations. High they visited
Excellent IncemtOpportunity The Serviceman of the Month NATTC March 26.

award for March went to AE2 .
No Previous Experience! leo M. Nau. .
'N.c itiry For 15 months Nau has been A letter of appreciation wentto Jax RicthresThanks: For Chilean Aid.
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Only Small liw' ttmtntrequired an instructor at AEA) School. AECS Thomas C. Millar. Jr.,
Avendano Chilean ters in Washington D.C., which
Sgt. Juan ,
According to a commendation he when he transferred to the Fleet
will receive, his efforts in the Reserve Monday He retired after Navy, has sent a letter express- in turn forwarded the request to
TEXACOWILL ing his gratitude to Jacksonville the Jacksonville Navy League.A .
school "produced; a consistent more than 21 years of military -
and 1 highly motivating teaching service.At citizens who responded to an collection point was set up
HELP WITH skill. He is also advisor for urgent request to aid 72 fire- in a Salvation Army Storage
Financial Assistance the Jaxon Lancers, NATTC's NATTC Millar performed stricken families of Chilean Na- building through the cooperationof
Training With Pay duties vy personnel at Valparako U.S.OJJirector Brigidier Emil
precision drill team. Irt that as a phase supervisorin
Strong Promotional Advertising Support& capacity, he recruits, screens, AE (A) School. His letter The Chilean Navy families lost Miller. Navy Leaguers and other
counsels, and trains members reads: "Your excellent lea- their homes and possessionswhen citizens including merchants,
a fire, fanned by 40 mile- restaurant managers, hotel
GET THE FACTS of the team. dership abilities, devotion to duty sup-
an-hour winds, burned through ply houses and hospitals all join-
TODAY Other than a commendation, and the high level of profes-
Nau will be awarded a $50 U.S. sional competence displayed by Valparaiso Jan. 22. ed in to support the drive by
CALL 353-5736 A issued the Chiefof donating 3,200 pounds of reward
savings bond and a free tour of you have at all times conformed request
or writo Taxaco nc. St. Augustine. The tour is spon- to the highest standards of the the Navy Section, U.S. Mili- used materials, which were
P.O. Box 3702
., Jacksonville Fla. sored monthly by that dty and United States Navy." tary Group, Chile, was.directed loaded aboard a C47 here Feb.
to the Navy League Headquar- 15 and flown to Valparaiso.

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Gary A. Richardson, both assigned Police Hire Pin
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named for the Navy's Enlisted Officers and warrant officers
Scientific Education Program have recently been added to the
(NESEP). eligibility list of military men
Gates entered the Navy In 1963 authorized a 90 day early sep-
and served at Memphis, Tenn., aration for employment with
and Corpus Christ, Tex., before >p civilian law enforcement a-
being assigned to VW 4. He gencies.The .
hopes to earn a Bachelor of Department of the Navy civilian -
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Richardson is on his first tour the early separation for law enforcement -
after joining the Navy in January employment, enlistedmen
1966. He will work toward a and officers must havea
degree in Oceanography and written offer for specific em-
wants to stay with naval aviation ployment or recruit training fora
following college. His wife intends civilian governmental police
to finish working for her agency.
degree simultaneously. with Ri- Applications for employmentwith
chardson. a private or corporate police
Both men became interested in organization and positions filled
the NESEP program early In their by public election or political
enlistment and both will attend appointment will not be consid-
prep school this summer at Bain- ered acceptable for the early re-
1 bridge, Md. IN FINE SHAPE Showgirl transfer' to the Fleet Reserve or
IT'S YOURS! Jeanne Carroll, who really b(>. retired list separation under
Hriby Sfc.p Yearly lieve in sweaters, ipendt her another early release programand
time in Lot Vega; Nev.' appear. active
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Supersport, 2dr, HT, V-8, A IT, $1095 i : 65 PONTIAC CATALINA $1750

Air Cond., Tilt Steering Wheel, W/S/W 67 VW SEDAN ; 2dr HT, V-8, PS Factory Air,
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DumpsterDangerous p : 1 '" Career NotesWith

\ 3 \ : I Chief IlKkbtri

One of the most important
things that an about to be
There was a nonce in the Plan
of the day this week about the separated sailor needs to con-
dangers of mixing children and sider Is what he will do in civi-
Dempsey Dumpsters. It seems t lian life. After satisfactorially
i t q f active service, you
that on one occasion children a x .F99 P !ga'K
were found inside the collector ? may have a legal claim to your
when the truck driver came for S h former j job whether in private
the trash. If those children had u business or with the government-
not been seen, they would have or to a job similar in status or
been caught in the grinders Inside ,. seniority with your former em-
This holds true if the
the truck. 4' \ ;' ployer.
Your children should not be h r6 Adp'V job you left to enter active ser-
playing in trash cans, especially vice was a non temporary one.
trash cans as potentially dangerous This benefit does not apply to
as these.Valion. private employment in a situa-
tion where things are so changedas
Tops to make restoration to your?
old job Impossible or un-
reasonable.Re .
In CVW-17 employment rights are
provided for under the Uni-
Lt. U\-u mtuioun 01 VA 15 versal Military Training and Ser-
scored six bulls, a perfect mark, vice Act of 1951, as amended.The .
during CVW 17's recent wea- Department of Labor's Officeof

pons deployment to Fallon, Veteran Reemployment Rights
Nevada.Lt. assist those who have been em-
Atkinson won the Bomb of nn mnmw_ ployed in private industry, while
Excellence four times during the the US Civil Service Commis-
two week competition, and V A- PR2 Fraser has ingenuity, and tired foot.
sion has the responsibility of assisting -
15 captured the trophy seven
former Federal Employ-

times during. the.. trip.. VA37 Sews Up Old-Fashioned WayIt
>.> .";>.&> vJ.IP1 ees.Municipal, county, and state
employees do not have mandatory -
goes without saying that no Many hours of labor, a coupleof Aviators Equipment Shop, from rights under the Fed-
pilot particularly relishes the pints of oil and a pound of sewing small bags to making eral law.
thought of flying with out a para- sand paper later Petty Officer name tags to parachutes.VA For you to be eligible, your
chute. When VA 37 discoveredthat Fraser produced a gleam- 37 believes that it is total service performed between
the backlog of sewing at ing piece of equipment, ready to the only operating squadron in 24 June 1948 and August 1961
the Cecil Field paraloft was alarming give it's all to the parachute such must not exceed four years.
the Navy to use a unique
the new Corsair squadset service. unless involuntarily extended.
machine on a daily basis.
out to remedy the situation.' Now almost any small sew- Further, you must be qualifiedto
PR2 K.E.Frazer,possessed of ing job can be done by 37's own Anybody wanta argue? perform the duties of the

11ii ii ingenuity and enthusiam, madea job, unless you're incapable because -
trip to NAS Jacksonville sal- of a service connected

vage and came back with the answer fRftOLLE&IIT injury.
. to the problem: A rather There are deadlines, how-
""- ancient manually operated Sin- ever. In general, you must
I : Lt. Atkinson' ger Sewing Machine. apply within 90 days after sep-
aration from active service or
*Art.tlttl****************************:** of
from hospitalization
'' 9gS ) lasting not more than one year.

.: i : eOeatfiie I" i > Reservists who've and performed National Guardsmen an ini--

:. II- t IIt tial period of three to six months

t Write Your Own Want Ad i 4 1.EOgING tH1Ej active duty of from a period of
/I hospitalization of not more than

Lines Only $2.00 Additional/ Lines 50* one year.If .
::3 i j ,, at first you are turned down

____ _____ for your old job, you should apply -
I 1dMSBob's as follows:

_________ / t Private employment to the
Office of Vets ReemploymentRights
Department of Labor.
: Federal employment To the
I ***********************************t.I Civil Service Commission in

1bu4 GOT A MEAT \\vt* Hot ATto, BUT we ousr Washington or any of it's ten
I CAN f AfcoRO A COST REDUCTION PROGRAM!" branch offices.
Why not save yourself all the
NEED trouble. You have a steady and
secure job with the Navy with plenty
\ of room for advancement.

,. ,- ; ) > Oak Hill

I,\ ', CASH? Pure Service CenterOpen "C an i VaQ

I for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. .
\ Forrest '

I, road service pick up & delivery ,

I mechanic on duty American. &, Foreign. Cars f High School

I V 103rd & Jammes Road
771 1-9156 APRILS
Jacksonville Florida

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repay only $29 per month. .
We provide prompt service to 1
military personnel. Save time REPAYMENTSwhen .
you need money. Phone C.,h You Monthly the
first,then stop by to complete G.t Pjymtnt
your loan. Try us you'll BEST
t L. WAY
.. like us. We're the most help. 101.02 $ v.f 00 i
ful loan peoole you'll find 202.05 12.00
anywhere. 28623 17.00 .
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46 W. Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lem Turner Rd-768.0501
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I 1


MoviesMovies Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS

will be shown nightly; illlllltl'8Ads
at the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30 INN: The Nu- hosts Johnny Jelinek. The cham-
p.m. There will also be a Kiddie Sounds are on hand tonight. Phil pagne special is. featured both
Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdaysand Cay and the Chantels will entertain nights. A buffet dinner is ser-
a regular feature at 2 p.m., tomorrow evening.Satur- ved Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m.
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- day hosts the Runaways. The Tuesday is foreign dish night. should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company" ,
pital Theatre will have Camelots perform Sunday after- 1950 Bldnding Blvd Jacksonville Florida. 32210, to arrive
one nightly -
not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
feature noon and Mel Gaden is under the
at 7p.m. Cecil Fied
day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will have two nightly shows dur- spotlight that evening. Mondaythe HAS CECIL FIELD following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
ing the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. sounds of Sixteens will be wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Matinees will be shown on week- heard. The Camelots entertain ORF be received WITH the copy for the let.
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. Tuesday and Orange Marmalade Luncheon is served each day
THURSDAY Wednesday. from 11 am until 1 pm with noon DO NOT SEND CASH

NAS: uTIlE April SORCERERS"14 bar. Happy Hour is Friday afternoon RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . 12.00 .
starring Boris Karloff and Cath- CPO CLUB: Pizzas go for$.75 beginning at 4 pm. Din- Per additional; line {t4 words pr lint,. . .Y.oisO
today. Mark castle will enter- 'ner on Friday is by reservation
erine Lacey. Rating Not avail- tain tomorrow evening. Try the only. Game night is Tuesday
able. ((95 Min.) 8 The All -- -
seafood special for $1.25. The starting at pm.
HOSPITAL: "COOL HAND Moonliters will play for your Wives Luncheon will be ,held WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT
LUKE!" starring Paul Newmanand dancing pleasure Saturday night.A Apr. 9.EM JAX and CECIL 1 bIk. w/of 5900 Close to Bases, Lights Water
George Kennedy. Rating sirloin steak for $1.65 is the blk. of Jammes Rd. all new paint, and Sewage available. Call 389-
Excellent. ((137 Min.) dinner special. Fried chicken for CLUBS 2BR, LR, Kit furn, Nook, park 2 5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide.
C. FIELD: "DEADLIER THAN $.95 and rib eye steakfor$1.35are Bands at the club this week cars, water, sewage garbageincl.
THE MALE" starring Richard specials for Tuesday and include Dick Wlddon on Thurs- .,' $85 mo. unfurn. Also furn. 'FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Johnson and Elke Sommer. Rat- Wednesday. day, The Bud Clark Combo Fri- apts. Call 387-2541, nites and Houses & Apts. Equity, .VA &
ing Good. ((105 Min.) day, Red Coats Five on Satur- weekends call 389-0744 FHA resales. $50 & $100 dwn.'
FRIDAY: April 5 CANDLELIGHT RESTAU day, and Phil Kay on Sunday. Call Powell or Mills USN
RANT: The restaurant is open Beginning the next week will "REAL ESTATE: We Will help Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
NAS: "COUNTERPOINT" star- from 11 a.m. to midnight tomor- be the Sixteens, playing on you Buy, Sell or Invest. Realty. ,...
ting Charlton Heston and Maxi-
row and Saturday, and from 11 Monday night, and Med Gaddenon Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
millian Schell. Rating Good a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. A buffet Tuesday. Go Go dancers USN Retired 384 .1376.DELRAY FOR RENT 2BRHOUSE FURN.
((115 Min.) Brenda and Audrey Hipps join :
Orange Park
is featured both tomorrow and Temp or Perm.
t\ HOSPITAL: "THE SORCER- the Phil Kay band on Sunday. MANOR &
Sunday. Charlie Jay will pro- 110th Qtrs., Will rent to TAD per-
ERS starring Boris Karloff.C. vide the musical entertainment Karen St. New all brick homes, sonnel or bachelors 264 6884. .
FIELD: "THE GREATEST Saturday night from 7:30 to 11:30 M nolta Ball AC Low 20s. Building Lots
starring p.m. The restaurant facilitiesare f Available; Floyd White, Bldr.
Max Von Sydow and Charlton available for 771 5643. BOAT FOR SALE 16' Cobia,
Heston. Rating Superior. ((191 ties upon: request. private par- 11..11 Allrl120The '68 Johnson 85 hp.,Murray trailer -
Min.) DO YOU WANT -TO BE A DISC all excellent condition. 387-
SATURDAY, April 6 annual Magnolia Ball is JOCKEY?? For information call: 3661

NAS: "WATERHOLE #3"starring ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Hear slated April 20 at the "0" Club. 356 8351. Day or Night.
James Coburn and Carroll Mel Gaden tomorrow evening. The theme this year is "The Old JUSTISS TRAILER PARK l'
O'Conner. Rating Very Good. Saturday night hosts Mark Castle. South." "WANTED"Someone Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
((103 Min.) The Eightballs are under the A menu of roast prime rib din to take up payments on modern trailers & Apts. 389 -
HOSPITAL spotlight: Sunday evening follow- ner will follow cocktail hourat the following: 3007. .
: "COUNTERPoint" ing game night at 6 p.m. Happy 7 p.m. An evening of dancingand BRAND NEW COLOR T.V.Sellingfor
starring Charlton Hes- Hour is featured is featured Mon- entertainment is planned. a Little Above Cost. APT. FOR RENT 3 ROOMS,
ton.C.. day through Wednesdayfrom4:30to Members of the planning committee STEREO combination with radio Furnished, 2902 Post St. Call
: "COOL HANDLUKE" 6:30 p.m. Game night is at are Cdr. E. G. Huber and 1 month old console model, Bal- 353-4631 or 398-8197.
starring Paul Newman. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. April 14 Mesdames R. V. Berry, R. P. ance $67. or $8 per month.
Egg at p.m. Kline, S. F. Shea and R. W.
BOTTOM BOAT" starring Doris for all dependent children.There Hennessey. lightweight, Balance $47. or $8 registered Chihuahua Puppies.
Day. will be the hunt month. Male & Female. Ext. 3646 or
a following
party Tickets, $10 per couple, are per
SUNDAY, April 7 with refreshments and prizes. available at the main desk in the SINGER SEWING MACHINE Sews 389-2784 after 5P.M.

.. April 19, Alex Houston, ventri- club or through ,a JOWC unit good, $25. Terms. Guaranteed
NAS: "THE POWER" star- loquist, formerly of the Jimmy representative. Complete with all attachments. HOUSE FOR SALE 3BR, 2B,
ring George Hamilton and Dean Show, will appear at the club A-l WAREHOUSE Brick W/W carpet, Built-in
Suzanne Pleshette. Rating Very 1606 Main St. Ph. 353-1946 stove, Refrig. Low Down Pymt.

good. ((117 Min.) "0" CLUB: The Meadowlarkswill In 17 years, the money you Will deliver, no obligation. 771-4718.
invest in United States Series E
HOSPITAL: "WATERHOLE # be on hand tomorrow even-
3" starring James Cdurn. ing for the music. Saturday night Savings Bonds more than doub- HOME FOR SALE, OAK HELL FOR RENT eff. apartment,young
C. FIELD: THE SORCER- les. PARK, 3BR, 2B,and Family Rm., man or Lady, ref. required 2365
ERS" starring Boris Karloff. 'III.I.I.lIIII'.I'I"III'III'.I'.I'.I'O air cond., and dish washer in- Riverside Ave. Ph.389-8912 dur-
cluded. $300 down,$100.17 month ing day, eves. EX 8-9023. Also

IBUY BONDS! @(!JJn@K O [ < @tDU! ffl fro Phone 771-5913. for a room, Same phone number.

8'10" $75. Phone ( .) New 67 i5 volumes -
AUJ/M Johnson and Evlnrude no ding,
L B Oy Outboard Motors. ,1 264-6643. Excel. Children's Reference Li- .
brary Best Offer. 389-0410.
1 TERRIER Puppies, 5 Wks. 2 1965 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE'Ex-
1 Service Dept. S males, 1 female. Call 781-7367 cel. Cond. New Tonneau Top &

1 Complete Repairs on All Makes after 1600.SEAMSTRESS. Tires Asking $1095. 264-4458.


e 10% OFFNCbOY: : -.:, TIME Phone, 10-4 384-2857., Saturday.Good Will Uniform train. 2BR. Furn. Pool. $70. 771-0348.

More With TradrWAGNER'S _ 6409 Roosevelt. FOR .SALE 65 PONTIACLE
Molet 8224 MANS, 2 dr. Hardtop, Xtra '
I clean, 1 owner. Call Don Athern,
I NAVY EXAMSNow 384-1391 or Jax Ext., 2431. ,
MOTORS Bike & Lawnmower Service
is the time to preparefor
Owned and operated by Charles Wagner USN Ret.
............. the August exams, get
4545 St. Johns Ave. 384 3081 the book that has helped hun- 65 Corvalr-Sport Sedan $750.
tiIIlIl'llll'll'lllllllllll'llll1JjMONEY dreds of Navy men, "2500 .
63 Corvair Cpe. $390 Questions & Answers onNaval 66 Mustang V-8, Stick New
xsxsasKsata Military Subjects,"Send$3.50 Paint & Rubber, IQOfy/ Financing,
62 V.W. Convert. $490 to ADVANCEMENT, P.O. Box If Qualified Contact Mr. Ruckeror
122 Hyde Park, Mass.02136 Mr" Thompson, NAS Jax

61 V. W. Sedan '$550 Cash Monthly Months --_.. --.. ... .. ,...-- .. -_.. -_.. .Base' EX.," 2431. ..- Credit... ..Union.GOT ......... .
You Get Payment to Pays :oQIIP;:, "';;''. ;;: ;- :.:_;; :;- : :";:'.'.':_;; ::..." : -";::: -;/; :-
61 English Ford $240 H4.JJ $ 5.00 24 Something You

59 V.W. Sunroof $350 $25 to $600ARRANGED L9.27 B.OO 24 Don't NeedLOOKING

320.79 19.00 24

59 V.W. Sedan $390 427.5 I 15.00 24

500.51 19.00 24

We Cater To
600.00 3.J.39 24
'- ServicemenWe BY PHONE

........... Payments include interest For Something You Don't Have
Buy-Sell-Finance Use The


4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314

Boulevard 241 WEST FORSVTH DIAL 356-0735 Ads Call 3882755I

5256 BEACH BOULEVARD DIAL 359-2895 -

781-4978 S3 X3 %X* ?fc 3 *Wflt&kXfcttjriE I"" :.'.",. ..'.......r'.Vrv':.:.' J\\:;"j. Vt.i.:'''"'"'"';''V.'" >"Y'.......,v.:..(:' yw"V.;" ,..,:..--r..'Is'':' .............,vrS...........v.4...:...' ,Ynt ,.\,.'.<.:-'RT.. .
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: Public Works CiviliansGet


Cash, CitationsTwo

civilian employees in the wheels. Using the tool will t
Public Works department have assure that both halves of awheelare
received recognition for their evenly supported and securedin
performance and improvementideas. the press. This process eli-
minates danger to the operatorand
Merren C. Lizenbee, auto- damage to the wheel.
motive equipment serviceman in Mrs. Elizabeth M. Gerottis, a
the maintenance branch receiveda management technician in the Ad-
cash award for "intan- min division Public Works,was ,,-- ,
gible benefits gained by the adoption presented a certificate of recog- &' '' v ,,'<. ,. >, ,"# .
of a beneficial suggestion.Lizenbee's .- nition of completion of the Application ; <<- ,: ,'
suggestion was to Training Course in I )' :
procure a tool for installing Methods Time Management.Given I tot .I. t a b >k 4 iq f"n' :
solid rubber tires on Pnematic by the US Army Manage- .. 1 ,
\ A- r, "
Training -
', ment Engineering I/ \ < THRIFT ft,
G'i ; "
has been
gency, the course
approved by the MTM As-
r i sociation for Standards and Re- NAO G1111: 1fS

j .i &ruJlf@: BGBAV J 7iM

( wee SERVICE CENTERRoosevelt Thrift Shop Offers Daily BargainsWhere Ortega River
i PH. 387 4669 can a sailor buy a sharp-looking sports coat for a nickel? The Cecil Field Thrift Shop.
TRAVIS The Thrift Shop located behind Enlisted Housing is open from lOam until 2pm daily. Operated by
i ROBERT the All-Wives Club, the shop offers used clothing lawnmowers shoes television uniform hats and
dozens of other items: all priced at a fraction of original cost.
Agency Inc. Profits from sales go to the support of the shop and to the Nursery. Thrift workers are volunteers..
Each squadron and division operates the shop on a monthly rotation basis.
ii1 CALL

I Four Relief Volunteers Earn Pins
;J 388.3583 64" AT ROOSEVELT NAS 389.24 Hr.1161 Road Navy

, 3QQ 7/1Q7 n65 s EDGEWOOD pecker Service -
{ 389.4659Say

p I
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Aloha ff _

Your Neighbor" _
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1 I k DRIVE TO I I- E RrfgA

..<( \\l""r'.M' .. .. ",, tL k, ....- I r!f" 'iij

J r HAWAII (L to r) Mrs. Reid Mrs. Maher, Mrs. Heyer and Mrs. Kurlack.

Four Navy Relief volunteers at NAS Jacksonville. Any person interested in
) f% 7DAYTONA BEACH received 100 hour pins for Volunteers serve as receptionists participating in the Navy Reflief
service with the society. The interviewers and seam- Society should contact the Cecil
awards were presented Fridayby stresses. Officer wives staff the Field office ext. 331.
:\ H4W4d6" Capt. Wright USN (Ret.) offices and enlisted wives assist -
K \\ executive secretary of the Navy with making leyet and other .
Relief Society of Jacksonville. projects. Volunteers work about .." "'
Award winners were Mrs.Jean four hours a day once a week. : -" -
1: 0 j Reid, Mrs. Dee Maher, Mrs. At present ,the Cecil staff o
: Sally Heyer, and Mrs. Janie numbers,about 24. "
Kurlack. Navy: Relief services include
\ The Navy Relief organizationwas loans grants services (not involving -
1\ 2301 S. Atlantic Ave., founded nationally in 1904as money).layettes,and den- 1
a result of a unique suggestion tal care. The Society will also
;: "tt : HAS EVERYTHING! made in 1903, that the make hospital arrangements and
, proceeds of the Army Navy assist in getting: a family settled.
P game of 1903 be donated to Money for the work from
: # V f Special form the society. It was officially the annual Navy Relief Campaignand
' I recongized by the Navyin from private donation. The "
; Military Rates 1917 when an officer was assigned funds are sent to the Central Fund, ,
as coordinator. Since then and then distributed to local offices ._ -
" Navy Relief has expanded into almost < 1.1P "- t **!*..YOU MAY Mt'e M6 fOR
Children under 12 .
r'y Chil.
's Svporvisod 60 main offices' with numerous TttlS, gut WTVC GOT
froo Hooted indoor pool Parodist dron't. Day for Comp the auxiliaries.' The Cecil office Any person interested in par- BAD B 'nHf"!
All Oceanfront kids is a branch of the Society ticipating in the Navy Re-
c' accomodations
Eiotic PolynesianAtmosphoro'
"'r, I;'t 4-story ot for the Moon kids.lock *4, ***************** NOW' OPEN *******************
t The Waikiki ----, -'" .
: totefaM WwWt& *
. Club
Supper F-Knt DWKV fey
t Shows Nitoly COVtt CHKFTIOHNO CNAK1 :

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April 4, (1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13 1

.f- \ Whis lllng Inigglng Navy Jax Swimmers Hold Winter

'W The R ..
Indoor Pool Development Meet

By Lou Caron is in the air. Come join us in The Navy Jax Swim Team host- nett (JST) 1:20 G. Bunn (NJST) GSST 2:34.2 (Baker, Lewis,
the excitement. ed one of its Winter developmentmeets R. Puleo (NJST). Towers and Corse), JST, NJST.
With the advent of warm wea- FarewellThe Saturday at the indoor 200 Medley Relay, 13 and 14: 200 1 M, open: M. Fitzpatrick
ther, we see the activity at the pool. Fletcher Kafka of the JETS NJST "A" 2:17.1 (Rochford (NJST) 2:34.8, B. Miller (JSTON.
Navy Jax Sail club clubhouse farewell party for our departing team qualified for the senior Glaraton, Fitzpatrick, Nauman), Jones (CAC).
picking up. This is a good commodore, Capt. Chan womens indoor national cham- LSA. 200 I M, 11 and 12: V. Whit-
indication that the spring and Hering and his lovely wife, pionships to be held April 19 400 I M, Open: E. Harris xer (GSST) 2:40.5.: D. Wright
summer series will provide us was a marvelous success. Everyone through 21 by swimming the 200 (JETS) 5:22.8 L. Rowan (GSST), (GSST), G. Marshall (NJST).
enjoyed it very much and individual medley in 2:19.8.: S. Irwin (GSST).
in the
with exciting sailing
some I M and 12 J. Shea
200 11 :
months.We our thanks to the Griffith's for Other teams participating The winners for the boys events
coming hosting such a wonderful affair. Jesup Swim Team (JST), Lees- were as follows: (Raleigh) 2:45.8: L. Wright
all those again who extend are our avid invitationto sailors I would like to take this opportunity burg Swim Association (LSA), 200 Breast, open: B. Miller (GSST), R. Bosanquet (LSA).
and those who would like to become in behalf of all the Good Shepherd Swim Team (JST) 2:52.1,R.ClernenzlNJST( ), 100 breast, 13 and 14: mD.
of us to join in the members, to thank Chan and Sal- (GSST), San Jose Country Club and G. Marshall (NJST). Gilchrist (LSA)1:19.2B.BennettJST *
activities one in at the ly for the many hours they devoted (SJCC) and Carraway Athletic 50 Free 10 and U: L. Stokes ( ) C. Halerz (LSA).
NJSC facilities.progress The training to the club and for making Club (CAC). (LSA) 32.3 K. Dalzell (NJST) 100 Breast, 15 to 17: M. Fitzpatrick -
classes are progressing very NJSC an enjoyable place to spenda The winners for the girls and K. Bowles (GSST). (NJST) 1:12.9, Bennett
well and the scent of good racing weekend. Good sailing to both events were as follows: 50 Free 11 and 12: N. Jones 100 Breast, 15 to 17: M. Fitz.-
of you. 200 Breast, open: N. Alexan- (CAC) 25.7 J. Shea -(Raleigh) patrick (NJST) 1:12.9 B. Miller
Winter Series der (UNA) 2:52.5: K. Fitzpat- and L. Wright, (GSST). (JST), G. Marshall (NJST).
Marine Squad rick (NJST); and J. Bennett. 800 Free Relay open: JST 200 Free, 10 and U: M. Mil-
The two races held at the Flori- (JST). 9:18.4 (Miller, Miller, Puccio, ler (JST) 2:19.7, M. Stuebben
da Yacht Club last Sunday marked 50 Free 10 and U: L. Stokes Mathis), NJST. (NJST), K. Miller (JST).
Fires in Dixie the end of the winter series (LSA) 32.3 K. DalzellNJST( ), 100 I M, 10 and U; M. Mil r.
(such as it was). The weatherwas and K. Bowles (GSST). ler (JST) 1:17.5, R. Lewis Six Selected BOQ
on our side for a change and 50 Free 11 and 12: V. Odam (GSST), M. Stuebben (NJST). Monthly StewardsSix
Pistol MatchesGySgt.
the contestants from NJSC placed (JST) 29.3, V Whittier (GSST), 50 Breast, 11 and 12: N. Jones men from the Senior BOO
as follows: Day Sailer class -- C. Glaraton (NJST). (CAC) 34.4 J. Shea (Raleigh) Division have been selected Stewards -
Terrence G. Shown was Chan Hering took first place in 800 Free Relay, open: NJST C. Hamilton (CAC). of the Month for March.
the star for the Marine Air Detachment the first race and scoreda "A" 9:44.1Fitzpatrick( Nau- 100 Free, 13 and 14: D. Gil- They are SD3 Arturo L. Avi-
ar the Dixie Pistol second in the second race. In man Rochford and Terrazano), christ (LSA) 59.6, B. Bennett la, administration, SD3 EmilianoL.
Championship here in a three day the Bantam class Roger Scott JST, NJST "B". (JST), C. Halerz (LSA). Alcoran, galley,TA FranciscoM.
event late last month. and Bill Harkins shared the spot- 100 I M, 10 and U; L. Stokes 100 Free 15 to 17: G. Mar- Del Carmen and TN MercedoC.
GySgt. Richard R. Kinnel took light and walked off with all the (LSA) 1:27.5. K. Bowles (GSST) shall (NJST) 57.2, M. Fitz- Viray, wardroom TN JaimeM.
third place in the sharpshooterclass honors. and R.O'LearyGSST( ). patrick (NJST), B. Miller (JST). Esguerra and Victor K. Pen-
for the .22 calibre timed 50 Breast 11'and 12:P.Namey 10 and U:
200 Medley stateroom
fire event. Coming Events (CAC) 39.6, V. Whitner .(GSST) gosro
Shown moved Into capture third and L. Batchelder (CAC).
sharpshooter in the .22 calibre Paramount on our calendarnow 100 Free, 13 and 14: K. Fitz-
rapid fire match. lie jumpedup' is the Mount Dora Regatta patrick (NJST) 1:00.4E.: Harris WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.B .
to the top spot in the sharp- which is coming up this week- (JETS), and G. Gibson (LSA).
shooter class during the center end, sponsored by the Mount Dora 100 Free, 15 to 17: J. Ben-
fire rapid fire event, and took Chamber of Commerce. The peo- nett (JST), 1:03.8, G. Bunn : : AIR CONDITIONERS/ /
second place in the center fire ple of Mount Dora have in the (NJST), C. Riggins (JST). NEW & USED FURNITURE & ?
aggregate. past put out maximum effort to 200 Medley Relay, 10 and U: NEW & USED TV SETS :::
Firing the .45 calibre National make this weekend of sailing very GSST (Lillard, Llllard Bowles B K, NEW & USED i.ilsl;;;
Match Course, he dropped appealing to sailors from alloverthe and O'Leary) NJST "A'; NJST NEW DESKS. AND ;
back into the third spot,but movedup state. This classes regatta and is opento will liB". Freight Salvage. Easy ,
one design
one position in the timed fire of 200 I M, open: F. KafkaJETS( ) Mrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In /
,.event. Shown was back on top of undoubtedly produce a showing. 2:19.8. S. Lawrence (JETSO, S.
the list for the rapid fire event approximately, 100 boats. Come Clark (GSST) .
and won first place in the .45 join the fun and excitement. 200 Medley Relay 11 and 12: 5326 WosceiMtt llvd. it 103rrf 771-0750

calibre aggregate. GSST 2:13.5 (Wright Whitner,
Shown maintained his top notch Tips On Sailing Rowan and Irwin) NJST "A". .
rating in the .45 calibre Service Tips on sailing is a new addition 200 Back open: K. Rochford :m !Wfi, 'ij1'f WJ.WA : : :
National Match Course the .45 to our column. Here's (NJST) 2:36 K. Fitzpatrick
calibre service rapid fire and the hoping it may at some time pro- (NJST).S. Irwin, (GSST). 1..
.45 calibre service aggregate.He duce some valuable informationfor 200 I M, 11 and 12: V. Whit- I"
dropped Into the second slot you ner (GSST), 2:40.5. D. Wright Li
In the grand aggregate. We who sail one designboatsare (GSST),C.Glaraton(WJST). f >:M''I .
MAD was the winner of the .22 not designers, and we shouldnot 200 Medley Kelay, 10 and u: '
calibre team match In the expert concern ourselves too much GSST: 2:59 (Lillard, Lillard, : Ii
class, and the team took second with the shape of a hull once Bowles, and O'Leary) NJST"A", f- ." !" :.
place expert In the team aggre- we have picked our particular NJST "B". I;
class. What we should concern 100 breast, 13 and 14: C. }: :
ourselves with but often over- Kinert (GSST) 113.6, S. Clark : il
gate.HONDA look, is the finish we have on (GSST), K. Fitzpatrick (NJST). I' .
the hull. 100 Breast, 15 to 17: J. Ben- :

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, Jax Takes Volleyball Opener *%*&&*. t*>v&laS L' @-

Drops 2nd Game to Cecil Field

The Sixth Naval District Volleyball Jax Navy followed closely with a, 15 8, 15 4, and Cecil 1M Bowling StandingsContinental I
tournament winner will Field picked up its second win
be decided here today as the 31.In. the first four games of the clipping Pensacola 15 4, 16 -

tourney moves into its final round tournament Monday, Jax Navy 14and15-10. League 6 18
I with four games remaining.At defeated Pensacola 15-5,15-11,' Tuesday,Jax Navy suffered its Pin Kings 5 15
the end of the second day's 15-13; Cecil Field downed first loss at the hands of Cecil Team Won Lost' MARTD Outcasts#2 4 20
play Tuesday, Cecil Field remained Charleston 15 1,15 7,15 -1 Field 1581512156.Memphis 679th 15 5.
undefeated with 4-0 while Memphis stopped Charleston 15GOOD defeated Pensacola in four sets MARTD # 1 17 7 American League
12-15, 15-12, 15-0, 15-1. Jax Sparks 14 6
Navy picked up its second win Rip Cords 17 11 ,Teams Won Lost
downing Memphis in five matches Cadeuces: # 1 14 10 Cloak & Dagger 25 7
10-15,15-10,15-8,7-15,15- Mad Foxes # 2 14 10 Hunters 20 8
9. Then the Jax team made it 12Pro's
Eagles Strikers 17 7
3 -, 1 by dropping Charleston
. 12 12 10
\ 3 15, 15 1, 15 2,15 6, Chokers 13 15 Neptunes 18
Crash & Fire 18 10
; and Charleston clipped
1\ i Electrons 10 14 12
\ Falcons 16
1f.. Pensacola in three straight 15 -
I 14
White Hats 10 14
Flap Jax 14
3, 15 1 and 15 7.
Unstrikeables 9 15 Cannon Cockers 13 15
AOMD # 1 7 21 X Impulses 12 16
Coach Tom McGuckin's Cecil
Greenbacks 4 16 Nomads 12 16
Field Raiders competing in the Needlers 8 12
We. are Mel Wurster, Ben
tourney '
National League Gold 11 17
Anglovich and Bill
Hall, John 18
Trainers 10
""- Teague, all of VA-44; Gene Mer- .
Team Won Lost
Red Darters If 1 5 11'
I e.. riman (VA-105)), Mike Bird Fggy Five 18.5 5.5 Cadeuces H 2 18 20
(VA-45)), Art Cape (VA-86)), Paul AOMD #2 15 5 Mad Foxes 5 19
and Tom Kam-
Seiden (VA-174)) Faid Folks 17 7

m rad (VA-15)). Red Darters/ 14 '6 Atlantic League
I CPO's (FIC) 16 8
II FOR ONE -- Jacksonville's Ray Pickens slams ball Jean Wearing Vargo Jax(NATTC Navy),colors John Mar-are Hard Hats 14 10 Team Won Lost

" over net for point during afternoon game against Memphis tel (VAP-62)), Bob Nardell (Air- Sky Warriors 14 10 Handicaps 17 7 .
F Tuesday. craft Maintenance), Ray Pickens Tipplers 14 10 Red Darters Ii 2 14 6
( (ComFair Jax), Dick Wolfe (Data Chiefs (NARTU) 9 7 Chiefs (rJW 4)) 16 8
Processing John Difiore (VAP- Hurricanes 11 13 Hurricanes 12 8
\ 62)), Dick Hawse (Dental), John Blue 7 13. Chargers 14 10
Gotaloadof Daniel (YAP 62)) and Jerrel Molar Rollers 8 16 Bean Burners 14 10
x Harper (VAP 62)). Pin Teasers 6 14 Spoilers 14 10
BB Balls 16 12

money needs ? r ; J BB Lefto Stackers ers 13 10.5 11 13.5

c Uncles 10 14'
Supply 8.5 15.5
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Tar Babies 9 19
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opening game Monday to whip Charleston three straight ji1u

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t. 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91,78I -......".... ,- -, L*. .. "' ;f $

600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 THE NAS JAX NAVY EXCHANGE won first prize in the Third
Lkargts art comfrultj at 3% en Ikat part of Christmas Display Contest sponsored by the Navy Resale Systemfor
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Skeet Meet Set

.lnM;: :i'<':> 'il %l S R!1 1R'; ::S.. For Next Month

.t \))1 !' \ A Skeet meet will be held
W *" bi. % \4 :t At $\ : *0. at the Cecil Field range on
May 4th for all Rod and Gun
Club members and military

CF'sGJO Entry Returns personnel of Cecil Field.

The meet will begin at Gam,
and eight top place trophies
will be awarded at the end of
After Week Long EventSun the day.

All shooters will be classified -
as to their shooting cap-
tanned Chief Bob Hall of the clinic, and he describedhow ability. Watch the AFTER-
VA 174 checked in off leave each club should be used BURNER for more informa-
Monday, in the customary pro- and when." tion about this meet.
cedure, after competing in the "While he did this, some of
Greater Jacksonville Open Pro- the tournament greats like Ar- _____ _Y_CL._ ___._lr_ ___o-______ _.__o-m__1Y__
Am tournament last week. nold Palmer,JackNIcklaus,Doug GIANT SWAP MEET
"It was a real great Ford, Gay Brewer, and others Six Week Dependent Golf Clinic .
We certainly had good weather demonstrated what Herbert was I I JAX LARGEST FLEA
stated Hall. "For me, it was a talking about. .. MARKET
lot of fun and I met a lot of "I picked up a lot of good ideasto Starts at Cecil FieldGolf Come Buy, Sell or Browse-
people. help improve my game." Thousands of Items. 'I
Hall said that he got many The winning Pro Am team Pro, Bill Stott started the that had been explained to them. Blanding Drive-In Theatre
pointers from Pro Larry.Zeigler, was headed by Pro Terry Dill, first of six golf clinics for de- This clinic will continue for Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m,
and also Ron Funseth,who was his whose foursome scored a 55 for pendents last Tuesday morning. five weeks more and all dependents Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.?
Pro partner in the WednesdayPro the tourney. Bob's team finished Four dependents, from left to are welcome to attend. 768 7085 or 768 4793 ij
Am. Other members of several places behind them with a right, Mrs. Pat Baker; Mrs. It will start at 10 a.m. each s.
the foursome were Al Selman, 64. Sandy Johnston:Mrs. Pat Grunertand Tuesday morning.
of Mayport, who played with a "It was a real good week and I Mrs. Lindal Coston watchas r
seven handicap, and Dick Saun- enjoyed playing in the Pro Bill explains some of the fun- Office rs NCQ's 6-4 & A boy e
ders of the Pinetree Club witha Am," stated Hall. "I went to damentals of golfing and some of ,
two handicap. the tournament everyday and the basic difference ingolf clubs. and All Civilian Personnel !
"One of the best parts of the had club house privileges He said that the ladies would
entire tournament was the Pro throughout the tourney. My only play best using only a basic set
Clinic," said Hall. "It was regret now, is that I didn't play of clubs until they develop a 1 1 1II
conducted last Wednesday afternoon better. form and stance best for them.
after the Pro Am. "But," he added, "there's always The ladies took to the putting .
Jay Herbert was the host for next year. green after the clinic was over
to try some of the fundamentals

Sailor at the GJO, Ladies To Sponsor

Course Was Too Easy 18 Hole TourneyThe

/ Being three strokes short of his favorite, but when Weiskopf Cecil Field Ladies Golf
+ a ticket didn't stop YN1 Paul bowed out, Marshall stuck with Association will sponsor a Lad-
Worthy from spending a few daysat Jacklin; Palmer, and was there ies Invitational Tournament on
" Deerwood last week. Worthy, for the final hole. April 19. The tourney will con-
who has been a golfer for about sist of 18 holes medal play in
i "The were good to the
pros of AT THE
I a year and a half, is a Doug flights eight.
crowd and the crowd behaved
I Sanders fan and he followed the well., It little All Ladies may use a full handicap -
reasonably -was a
this tournament.
Georgia pro for three days."I during
hectic on the 18th but nobody
golfer an
Any lady
went to see win
got upset. I kept waiting for
I that kid established handicap is wel-
but had to admire
Jacklin to lose his cool but he
comed this Cecil FieldWomen's
Jacklin. Every shot was right never did." at 5AMERICANOFFICES
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I The military was well repre-- a pro tournament's. He had further information con- FINANCE
sented at the tournament. Cecil seen many of the big names playat tact Bill Stott, Cecil Field Golf -
pro Bill Stott said that the station the Greater Greensboro Open. Pro at extension 245.
course was almost deserted over IN'JACKSONVILLE
the weekend.
"The ones who play," said
Worthy," were at the big show." ]
The Cecil yeoman VISIT .
agreed with some of the pros
who called the Deerwood course
too "The first and second
easy. Remember the 5 American Finance addresses below whenever you
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According to Worthy, the Wednesday MAIN AT::ORANGE your signature 'alone.
Pro Am was just a : : : .
game to the professionals. "Theyweren't OPEN "'ON.HRU'.SAT-.UNTIL 8.t>MPHbWt 'C. '. '.: MOS. CASH PAYHT1 CASH PAYMTL CASH PAYMT1
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