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Creation Date: June 22, 1967
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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 Ucla expression of any
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i;;: VOL. 25 NO. 13 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JUNE 22, 1967
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f, Navy Opens College Applications :



Lr { For Career POs Seeking DegreeIf



f you are a career minded have completed three years of Emphasis is put of the fact
petty officer, second class or high school and possess ,a GED that satisfactory completion of
F above, interested in obtaininga equivalency certificate or diploma off-duty courses of higher educa-
degree in higher education, issued by a State Departmentof tion will be given prime con-
the Navy's Associate Degree Education or an authorized sideration for an advanced ;
. Completion Program (ADCOP) high school with a grade: in the standing.
' may be what you are looking for. percentile, of the test areas. Applications for the fiscal year
The ADCOP which was estab- Personnel applying for the pro- 1969 program should be for-
lished in 1966, was the resultof gram should be a graduate of a warded to the Bureau of Naval
an investigation of the Sec- Navy School. However, for those Personnel prior to Jan. 31,1968.For .
tr retary of the Navy's Task Forceon who have not attended a Navy further information on the
;r retention. school, a minimum of 12 trans- ADCOP and other enlisted reten-
The task force established thata ferrabie college credits may be tion programscontacttheeduca-
large number of petty officers substituted. tional services office.
who would be likely to make the
\ Navy a career, were leaving in Uniform ItemsCheaper
order to pursue higher educa-
" t tional goals.Therefore. I

t HAROLD MARTIN, prottdont of the local Navy League Degree Completion, the Program Associate was Before July Price Hike .

council, discusses/ service conditions during speech he established, to provide a career
delivered at petty officer_ club June 15. retention incentive to outstanding A new clothing price list for which have not changed.
enlisted personnel and to increase Navy enlisted men has been re- Items to cost more -- Buy now
Council President Says the professional pro- leased. The new prices offer a New Price Up
ficiency of critical ratings chance to save some cash Onl Belts ( black white) 0.44 0.16
through modern vocational train- small store purchases by buy- Cap utility blue .83 .05
1. League Backs Enlisteds ing available in civilian edu- ing certain items now instead of Peacoat 36.40 2.30
caponal institutions. after the end of the fiscal year Hat, service white .82, '.07
i __ By Jan. Mercurfo To be eligible for the ADCOP, and by putting off other pur- Jumper, dress blue 12.80 .80 .
t "The d Navy League is tryingto 200 men were placed in dvilianfobs personnel must have completedat chases until after July 1. Neckerchief .80 .07 '
make service conditions attractive through the program and least one or more enlistmentsin Although the cost of replacinggear Raincoat 16.10 1.90
t, in an effort toencourage between, 15 to 20 ,!,ere;'pIAced the regular Navy, and must is generally higher, the Gym Shoes 1.62 .22
pi enlisted personnel to stay in," in the Jackonville area. agree to extend or, reenlist for monthly;clothing allowance pro- Bath Towels. .52 ..01 'J'
= according Harold Martin,president Operation'' Hand' Clasp, which six years at the;time of.entry."Bdttf bably will not change.. The same, Skivvies' .52 04'r -, ','
-i.,, of the ,local Navy League("Involves the F collection ''of toys, 'mile'arrf female;'married I "Is expected'forvthe' CoastGuard; ,Trousers, blue 11.00 '2:60': '' :
lw' council. and candy to be placed on and single applicants will be con whose: enlisted men.'also'pay the (winter) "
He was guest speaker at a ships. heading for foreign portsis sidered. Applicants must notbe Navy prices. '
r meeting of the National Assoc- another.. Navy League func- less than 25 or over 40 years of The following table ( items Items to cost more -- Buy now ,,1'f',
: iation of Planners and Esti- tion, as is the youth program, age at the time :the applicationsare are available at Clothing &Small New Price Down
mators at the First and Second Sea Cadets. submitted. Stores, Retail, Bldg. 953) shows Belt, raincoat 1.00 0.10
Class Petty Officer's Mess The Jax council of the Navy Personnel must be a graduateof which items are going up or Jacket 8.56 .64
(Open),June 15. League has 450 members. an accredited high school or down in price, omitting those (working blue utility
During his speech, Martin explained Jumper blue dress 7.94 .56
the function of the local Rework Due for New Rubber, overshoe 1.60 .30
Navy League council, and that Skipper Shirt, blue chambray 1.61 .39 .,
, of the national council. Shirt, white tropical 1.71 .23
l He said the Navy League is Change of command cere- Electrical Engineering. Captain Washington has received Shoes, black dress 8.48.02Shoesse."Vice
aware of the living conditions for monies for the Naval Air Rework Following the next year in flight orders for dutyonthe Navy 11.00 .20
r enlisted personnel in the Navy, Facility will take place Wednesday training he received his Navy Board of Inspection and Survey, Sweater, blue 3.85 .65
and that they are working on when Capt. Cyril T.FauldersJr. wings in 1950 and served as NAS, Patuxent River, Md. Trouser, white 2.59 .01 '
having improvements made. relieves Capt.Thomas Wash- avionics officer with VP-4. The SwimsuitsUndershirt 1.34 .16 ;
He further explained other pro- ingtonjr. The ceremonies are next three years, he served as News BriefsThe .55 .01
grams conducted by the Leaguein set for 10 a.m. at Hangar'101W,. special projects (ASW) officerat Socks, white stretch .30 .04.
an effort to assist all, and as North End.Among the Bureau of Aeronautics. The delay of the new price
many, military personnel as invited guests RAdm. offices of Jax Air News lists for WAVES ',and Marine
I possible.The H.H. Caldwell, commander Fleet Intermixed with responsible have been relocated to build- Corps clothing is because of the
, reserve program, Active Air Jacksonville.New Naval technical assignments, he ing 1, Room 230. The telephone present system of pricing. Each
i Duty Assistants Program Team NARF commanding fleer pursued and received his degreeof extensions remain the same service must submit "suggested
ADAPT is to Master of Business Administration 8161/8162. prices" to the Department of
l ( ), designed give Captain Faulders received his
guidance to families of Reserve commission as ensign romthe U. in 1957. ********** Defense, where the lists are
J 2 personnel going on active duty, S. Naval Academy in June,'1945, Before his current Jack- Painting of the elevated water approved in mid June.
1 who may not ordinarily be accustomed and was assigned as communications sonville command assignment, tower H-2037 is being accomp-
t to the adjustments that officer of USS Chevalier Captain Faulders served as lished and will continue until Navy's Top Chief
have to be made. until 1947; from 1947 to 1949, special projects officer and August 2. Personnel are reminded -
I Another program under the Captain Faulders pursued member of the Navy Aircraft to avoid parking any
jurisdiction of the Navy League, courses at Massachusetts Insti Acquisition ud! Support Study vehicles in the area bounded by Given New Title !
Hi Line, is a program set up tute of Technology leading to his Group for Headquarters, Naval Tatum Vincent. Forsythe and
to assist retired naval personnelin Bachelor of Science degree in Air Systems Command. Miles streets to avoid any dam- Delbert D. Black no longer is '
adjusting to civilian life. the senior enlisted advisor of
I. The league assists retired per- University Begins Sign Up tering.age resulting from paint spat- the Navy. Now he is the Master ,

sonnel in obtaining: jobs in the ., *..****.****** Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. .:
! civilian field. It was pointed out Jacksonville University will for admission through- the admissions His duties remain the same. ''\'
by Martin that In 1966 over held registration for its concur- office prior to registration; Personnel of the station are MCPO Black still will serve as 'i'
students who have attended reminded that enlisted advisor the Chief of n
returning
rent eight and six week summer dungarees may not to
sessions tomorrow. JU but are not presently be worn on the quarter deck of Naval Personnel. He also will
| Inside --1 Registration will be held in enrolled must first notify the re- Building 1. This refers to both assist all commands on matters ,-
Swisher Gymnasium from 9 a.m. gistrar's office of their intentionto uniform as well as civilian dun- pertaining to this primary interest -
EDITORIALS..................2 to 7 p.m. Late registration will re enroll. garees. and will visit naval activities *1
l be held Wednesday and JU's six week teacher certi- afloat and ashore. N
through **************** <
. CIVIL SERVICE...............5 classes for both sessions begin fication preparation session consists During these trips,Chief Black
June 26. of undergraduate education If you have nothing to do this .
will lend
an ear to enlisted -
USMC AVIATION........... 6 The eight week summer session courses only and is conducted for summer, how about helping the who wish to comment personnel on .
is the second half of JPU's future and in service teachers. Red Cross with its blood pro- their life in the Navy. And when a\
Graduate level courses in education gram? During this season many
NARTU..8 spring summer trimester. A this is through he will work 1f
wide selection of day and even- will be offered through the volunteers move, go on long vacations closely with the Navy Relief Society 1

: N A TTC.......................... 8 ing courses accelerated willbe session offered at duringthe both' gram Master during of Arts the in regular Teaching eight pro-- children.or In stay the home meantime with their, the of America.and the Navy Wives Clubs s:
i week session. '
blood program must continue.
: MOVIES.:.............,..........9 the levels.undergraduate and graduate Navy personnel planning to attend Aides register donors, learnto Those who wish to write the 11
; off duty education classes take temperatures,record we- ,Master Chief may send correspondence -
WANT ADS........." ........:. 9 New students desiring to enroll may receive financial assistanceby ights and serve fruit juice. They to Pers.003,Bureau ,
-' ,.' :: :' in the eight ,week summer session contacting the air station Edu- also many help' In canteens or of Naval Personnel Arlington u
SPORTS.............".L...,.... 11 must first make application cational Services Office. work on the bloodmobile. Annex, Washington, D.C. 20370. ''

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June 22, 1967
'Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


The Jolly Green GiantBy I
11111[ ; .

Ed Sowa

Undoubtedly everyone has heard one time or another, If not all
too often, of the "Let's Keep America Beautiful Campaign." Every- ROMAN CATHOLICSt. j '
day our radio and television stations beseech the public to avoid 1
tossing litter on the highways and roadways of America, yet every Edward's Chapel! '
year millions of dollars are spent by federal, state, and local
governments as Veil as many private organization and businesses,,, SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
and 11 .
to clean up the mess left by inconsiderate people.It a.m.DAILY '
MASS - 11:45
seems that military installations are no exception to this rule. a.m.
Here on our station, the master at arms office has part of the responsibility SATURDAY MASS --10:45a.m.
of policing the roads and sidewalks of litter that is care- CONFESSIONS'Saturday
lessly tossed along these areas. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.rn.7-7:30 p.m.
The special services division also shares part of this clean up
operation. They are responsible for the maintenance and cleanli- U.S. Naval/ Hospital
ness of most of the public areas around the base, such as the picnic
areas, the golf course. and the club areas.
SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.
,

..t. PROTESTANTAll

Saints Chapel AG3 W. H. Ashley prepares teletype/ weather message

s-+ '4k I from Information gathered by the "Logging" system.
DIVINE SERVICE 10a.m.
I.
SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 Hurricane Hunters
CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
.;an.. Chapel Center, Bldg. 751
WEDNESDAYChoir Test 'Helping Hand9A
Rehersal - 7 p.m.
b THURSDAY -
Young Adult Group 7 p.m. future "helping hand"awaits collect, display and print out
Christian Science Service Hurricane Hunter Flight Meteor- meteorloglcall data.
.< . -8 p.m. ology Officers In the form of a The system will, in fact, takean
,
f/f> SECOND MOND ;f Each Month complicated sounding device instantaneous reading of some
Both of these divisions could very easily utilize their manpowerfor Chapel Women's Guild called a Data Acquisition System. 18 different in-flight weather elements -
other more worthwhile ,activities than picking up rubbish. -9:30a.m. VW-4 has only one such device Including aircraft positionIn
The public works department on the station has a contract with a (Chapel Center) at present and that one is aboard latitude and longitude,altitude,
local rubbish disposal concern which operates the famous "Dempster the squadron "prototype" aircraft pressure, temperature, dew-
Dumpster." These "Jolly green giants" are not on base U.S. Naval recently returned from a point, wind direction and speed
merely for decorative purposes, but rather they are there to be Hospital modernization program at the and sea-surf temperature
used. It takes' but a few minutes to walk over to one of the many Naval Ordnance Test Station, name but a few. It will then
dumpsters and deposit our litter there. Thus, why throw it on the SUNDAY SERVICE-----10 a.m. China Lake, Calif record and transmit all this in-
'ground or into ,some. trash can that is already overfilled beyond Traffic The Data Acquisition(Logging) formaton, via airborne radio
capacity? System, tailor made for the teletype, in less than 30 seconds.By .
Perhaps, this matter: of keeping the base clean does not seem too Super Constellation, has the appearance comparison, it takes approx-
important. Some people may say,"Well there are people who have the ViolationsThe of and operates in some imately 15 minutes for the flight{
Job of keeping the place clean." This statement is true; there are respects like a computer but it meterorologist and two observers -
people who perform this tasks, which could very easily be avoidedif following is a report of is not, strictly speaking, a com- to accomplish the same
we were more considerate.It motor vehicle accidents and traffic puter. Rather it is a device to task.Chaplains .
Is a very strange paradox that the people who complain violations for the period of
the most are usually the most serious violators. They ask why June 13June 19.
some of the public facilities are lacking in repair. Well, if the / MessageAfter
personnel who are picking up litter were not required to do so, Number of Accidents /
they could be repairing and caring for the facilities that we all use. This Week 10 . .
Thus the responsibility rests in our hands. It we want our station i Total Accidents this year through having studied ,and,written the biographies of hundreds of
a' to look pleasing to our eyes, as well as to the eyes of visitors who June 19 ................ ..175 T ;'America's most :successful 'bus1nesSm; B.C. ''Forbes notes that
we may bring aboard and desire them to be impressed, we must Number of Accidents through many of them won recognition initially by putting in longer hours
_ help to make the base worthy of praise and admiration. June 19, 1966 . ..... 170 than required, by reaching out to ,shoulder extra responsibilities,
Let's all take the extra step or two and deposit our trash into by making themselves helpful far beyond the average employee.
the ever hungry ,mouth of that Jolly green giant. Who knows, some- Total number of days since Later, having attained success, these same business leaders won
day he may surprise you by chuckling "Ho, Ho, Ho,. ." whenwe last injury in a motor vehicle national acclaim by rendering valuable services to their communities
throw some tasty litter into his ever accepting Jaws. accident . . 2 or to their country. In other words, they did more than they were
Number of Violations paid for. Forbes says that any young man of normal ability can
Youth Must Be ServedTime This Week..39 forge ahead of mediocrities by simply doing,dayby day and enthusiastically -
Speeding . .5 more than Is expected of him.
Reckless Driving. '. .1 St. Paul said it more succinctly: "He that soweth sparingly shall
is a valuable asset to most of us. For many, there Just Going through Stop Sign. .4 also reap s : ; and he which soweth bountifully shall also reap
aren't enough hours in a day; others "have time on their hands." Other Violations . .29 bountifully.1'Security
During the summer mouths, time means adventure for the youthof
our country. Minds are seeking things to explore. Fifty-three drivers appeared Department Seeks
President Johnson has said "we must meet the needs of youthso before the Traffic Hearing Boardat.
that the formative years will equip them for a productive role the meeting held on June .20
in society and prepare them for the responsibilities of citizenship. Disposition of the cases Includedthe Abandoned Auto OwnersThe
As members of the Armed Forces, we have an opportunity to following: 13 lost drivingand -- -
offer our services to thousands of youths who will be seeking the parking privileges aboard Security Department Dodge, 1965 Ohio license no.
guidance of adults. station for various periods; 20 wishes to notify all personnelof CC 5679; two Honda motor-
For the second consecutive year, the Department of Defenseis were assigned to complete an the air station that certain cycles, serial nos. S90E52683and
cooperating with other government agencies and local communities eighthour course in remedial items have been found and are CA77-101-5355; a Sportster
to make this summer a "time remembered by our youth." driving at NA TIC. 11 received in the possession of the depart- motorcycle, serial no. 57-
Time and effort volunteered by military personnel and dependents suspensions; 7 were given warn- ment. XIA2427; and one other motor-
are important to make this summer meaningful and enjoyablefor ings; 8 were dismissed; 4 were Among the items which are cycle make and model unknown,
Youngsters who are out of school. fined (U. S. Commissioner); causing the greatest discomfort patent ro 66T029.
and 2 referred to commanding due to lack of storage space are There are also several bicycles -
officers for possible disciplinaryaction. autos, bicycles motorcycles both boy and girl models.
and scooters. Security also operates a Lost
Security has in its possessionthe and Found service which has
Fifty-three drivers were assessed following items: a two tone accumulated a good amount 'of
107 traffic points. green Ford: 1953 or 1954 model material and items. Among those
with Florida license no GA2-890 items in possession at the'pre-
(1964)( ); a 1957 yellow and white sent time are eyeglasses,

licenses and registrations,
identification cards (military), ,." .
JAX A I Ft NEWS credit cards, wallets, checkbooks
rings and Jewelry
/ ,1 clothing, and sports gear. All
The these items have been found
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.
aboard the
station and have been
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air turned in to Security.The .
Your knowledge and services could be used as swimming In- Station Jacksonville, Florida/ By the Holt Publishing station police are respon-
structois, coaches, playground supervisors tutors leaders for Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in sible for the impounding of items,
Boy excursions.and Girl Scouting activities, and for assistance on tours and the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public (especially autos and cycles) and

Affairs Office Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 72.40 noon custody until claimed. Since
Naturally, your help cannot interfere with the military mission, storage is limited Secur-
,
but as men and women of the Armed Services we should always seekto on Monday( before publication. Newf items are welcomed ity is asking space that owners claim
assist our younger generation.By from all Sources. Telephone EV )-1111, Ext. 8762. the aforementioned articles as
volunteering your services for the Youth Summer Recreation Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and soon as possible. If the items
Program in your locality, an opportunity prevails to further good queries concerning such should be directed to: are not claimed within twoweeksof
community relations and to "open the eyes" of youth. The Holt 1950 this
Publishing Company, Blanding Blvd. notice, they shall be disposed -
In the words of President Johnson, "The promise and the future
of
according to the
Jacksonville Florida
32210. Telephone 387 4451 proper
strength of the United States is in our youth." (AFNB) military regulations.For .
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VOL. 25 NO. 13 22 1967 Informaton regarding
JUNE ,
interested
Anyone in participating in the NAS Jax Youth Summer ticles and disposal contact
for Recreation information.Program should contact Special Service,' Building 704 Security, Louis Hysmlth at Ext.


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I Running the Road with.. 'Roadrunners' IBy


Lt. (//.g.j) A. M. Gates
ing the beach facilities were soon of operations prevalent through presentative of the talent of VA- Change of Command
Attack Squadron thirty --six, dampened by the rain. The wea- out the Naval Service, and if 36: K. L. Lawell, AE1, J. N. While In LIvorno, VA 36
embarked In USS America, departed ther improved in succeeding anything, are forerunners in that Armstrong YN2 G. L. Bayse. had its.change of command. Cdr.A. .
the United States in Jan days, and many of the Roadrun- field. As an example, the aver- AZ2 G. R. Clark, ATR2 H. T. R. Cunningham relieved Cdr.T. .
uary. As the midway point of ners used the excellent facilitiesat age time in type is 821 hours Danley, ATN2, R. E. Hudock, F.Rush as commanding officer
the cruise, has recently passed, the Camp Darby Army Base Statistics do not tell the whole ATN2, C. L. Laporte, ATN2 F. In ceremonies held aboard USS
(based on the most popular rumored and associated beaches. story, but coupled with other E. Lechien, AMH2, J. W. Nick- America. The parting commentsof
return date), it is time available information can givea les, AMH2 D. S. White ATN2. Cdr. Rush indicated the
to reflect and see what they ProficiencyA very good condition of profi- M. J. Wilson AO2 T. G. Sapp pride he felt in his command,
have accomplished. tremendous amount of op- ciency and tempo of operation. A02 J. M. Burdis ADJ3, T. and Cdr. Cunningham's first remarks -
Liberty Ports erating has been accomplished CenturionsThe M. Black, ADJ3: L. W. Bailey, expressed his pleasure In
Athens, Greece was our first during the cruise as attested to A03, P. D. Bradt, AK3, J. T. becoming the new commanding
port of call. The weather was by the following: a squadron record number of carrier landings Cavazos, PN3 R. D. Crawford, officer.
surprisingly mild. This fact no was set when 180 consecu- a pilot has on a cruisecan AE3, G. D. Copestick, PR3, H. Welcome Aboard, ,
doubt increased the numbers that tive sonies were launched wIth- be an indication of pilot R. Crawford, AMH3, R.B.Clark,
continually walked over and photographed out a single deck abort and with- proficiency, and recently 15 of AMS3, V. Dezago, ADJ3, J. L. Finally, we would like td recognize -
the wonders of An- out using a spare. Whetheror the VA 36 pilots achievedthe Dewitsky, A03, O. L. Edwards, the new additions to the
cient Greece. Naples, Italy, offered not this is any son of fleet 100 landing mark and be- CS3, J. M. Farthing, ADJ3, P.L. flock since the start of the cruise:
many their first opportunity record Is of little consequence.What came USS America Centurions. Fretz, ATR3, M. D.Ford,AME3, PNSN John J. Ordoyne, ADJC.
to enjoy real Italian cuisine, is important is that.it be They are: T. F. Rush, Cdr.A. D. Ford, AZ3 G. M. Hyser Clarence J. Osborn, ADJ1JamesH
while almost as many exploredMt. recognized that this accomplishment R. Cunningham, LCdr. L. A. ATN3, P. W. Hartman, AMH3, Barfield ATN2 Jonnle H.
Vesuvius and the unburied is demonstrative of a tremendous White, LCdr. R. H. Hastings, D. H. Jones, AE3e O. W. Lazen- Burton, ATR3 Fred W,Peterson
city of Pompeii both pastimeswere team effort and spirit, LCdr. J. R. Reid, LCdr. H. H. by, ATN3 R. F.McGovern,ATN3 AE3 Adam L. Broshears, AME3
very enjoyable, and the as well as a lot of old-fashioned Albritton, Lt. T. F. LangworthyLt. D. F. McKenzie, AE3,J. W. My- Henry B. Miller, AEC ThomasJ.
weather for the most part con- work. The ADRLANT corrosion R. W. Kisiel Lt. D. H. Dol- ers, A03, L. R. Page, AE3.F. Cable AMS1 Clarence A.Her-
tinued to favor us. control team, after conductingan lar, Lt. J. A. Cook, Lt. S. B. W. Petersen, ATR3, S. C. ron, HM3 Marvin Lahaye .
Heading west, we visited the inspection of the squadron air- Jordan, Lt K. R. Brust, Lt. Reese, AE3, J. Sondrini, ADJ3G. and last but not, least, our new
land of the flamenco and bull- craft, remarked that they were R. S. Turner, Lt. (J.g.) A. M. T. Spettigue, AZ3, R. F.Shea, Executive Officer LCdr. E. H.
fights. Valencia, Spain was very outstanding. Finally, an enviable Gates, and Lt. ( j. g.) K. W. YN3, J. C. Whitehead, AME3, Brooks Welcome Aboard.
enjoyable although the weather availability was maintained to enable Leuffen.In and C. J. Myles, ABHAN. Beep! Beep!
proved to be a bit damp. Valencia them to out fly their sister addition, several of the
is characteristically city squadrons the majority of the Roadrumers had the distinctionof
of fiestas. Fortunately, our visit time. becoming Night Centurions recently Sfiob's
coincided with the first of! the : LCdr. R. H. Hastings, Oak Hill
season. Our next port was the Being able to operate succes- LCdr. J. R. Reid LCdr..H. H.
Italian naval base of Taranto. fully under all conditions is indicative Albritton, Lt. T. F.Langworthy, Pure Service Center
Taranto is located in Southern of a state of readiness. and Lt. R. W. Kisiel, Anyavaitorwill
This is the reason for con- that this dubious
Italy between the heel and toe recognize
of the boot. It is a typically tinual training Co to keep our honor is in fact a significant Open for you convenience 6 L_. M p.m.
quaint Italian ,seaport, but unfortunately readiness posture high. As an milestone in an aviator's car-
didn't offer much in attack squadron, the proficiencyof eer.
rt4
s rvktrick-tfi. &
the squadron pilots is an | dMfvtry
I the way of night time enter- Advancements
important consideration as far .IIk.1 wkas ft Cars
talnment.I ... ihrty..A. Ftrtfja
readiness is concerned. Depending
I as Forty three Roadrunnerswere
Operating in the same area,
we next visited the island of upon weather, area of rated as a result of their
;,: Malta, which proved to be very operation, facilities available and efforts in the February Navy 183fd Janes M.
refreshing the language was of course availability of aircraft, wide Advancement Examination.The 771-913S Jacksonville Fla.
easily understood, but the mon- the pilots can acquire{ and increase following named menarere-
their proficiency. Duringthe
etary system wasn't. Spring on
of first half of this cruise they -
Malta
the island was pleasantand
warm,but the perpetual winds have had the opportunity to flya

were a 'bit annoying. The Malt- variety of missions includingdive low leveltnavigation'tactics' . '0' 'f i ,' 1
bombing, strafing, .e \ 1'10-1 .11 "ti' I'
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I i RAdm. Wheeler Discusses LogisticsLogistic


Management in the Atlantic ian and military management Executives in a continuing effort to improvein
Fleet was the topic of a throughout the De- the logistic field.
by partment of Defense and their Admiral Wheeler pointed out
\
\ R. Wheeler at a meeting of the counterparts in industry. that improvements in refueling
', Armed Forces Management During his speech, Admiral Navy ships underway is of vital
Association (AFMA), in the St. Wheeler discussed and comparedpast importance to the fleet and that
4 John's Room of the Officer's and present procedures of "something is being done aboutit.
Club,June 15. logistic maneuvers in the Navy. ."
The AFMA, a national non He pointed out the many improvements A former supply officer here p
profit, professional organization made in the pre- Admiral Wheeler is presently
is designed to improve manage- cedures of refueling ships at sea deputy chief of staff for logistic
ment throughout the defense and replenishing food and management, Atlantic Fleet and
establishment. The association's supplies. tie also discussed director of financial services,
membership is made UD of civil- tests that are presently underway Navy comptroller office.

Since his commission in the .
Navy Reserve in May 1939, Admiral -
i JEEPERS-- CREEPERS? ? ? Wheeler has served as assistant RADM. KENNETH R. WHEELER, deputy c/i//. .f of staff
gunnery navigator officer for logistic managementwas the guest speaker at a meet.
OUR MONTHLY PEST CONTROL SERVICE aboard the destroyer USS .
ing of the Armed Forces Management Association*
\ CLEANS THEM OUT KEEPS THEM, OUTI! Hull the Navy; assistant shipyard supply,.Cavite officer, P.:I.at, I .
5 officers in charge. Navy branch Memorial Services Today
,MILITARY PERSONNEL SPECIAL $ purchasing,office, Manila;assis
I GOO tant supply officer aboard the USS
CALL MONTH Canopus; and provisional Naval For Dwayne HutchingsAviation 1
infantry battalion BataanjCorregidor. : -
.BILL WILLIAMS .
Machinist's Mate D- by ambulance to the U. S. Naval
USN (Ret) 389- 5561 From May 1942 to August wayne D Hi it chinas, a memberof Hospital here.
( 1945 Admiral Wheeler was a NARTU Jax, died of a heart Born in Hugo, Okla.Hutchings
( prisoner of war. attack Saturday while en route attended public schools in Paris,
t Texas. He was veteran of World
.
War II, having served as a signalman -
from 1942 to 1945 in
the Pacific Theatre.He .
served aboard the USS Pennsylvania -
(BB 38)) and the
fares? USS Rocky Mount (AGC 3))
and sawaction in the Gilbert

S eciaPositive Marianas Islands, Marshall Islands Islands campaigns., and

Attacked to NARTU's Main-
tenance Department, Hutchingsis
survived by his widow and
four children,.
Memorial services are scheduled
in the NAS Protestant Chapel -
I Space? this afternoon at 1:30.


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22, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 5


Promotion Commission Opens Exams 1

the U. S. Civil Service Com- D. C. area; however, some openings -
Openings missioiuhas issued an exam announcements are in other pans of
in administration, the U. S. and overseas.
technical services, staff ser-
AnnouncedThe vices, managements and profes- File two copies of Standard
sional services, at the GS 13 Form 57, Also; complete and en-
Merit Promotion Oppor- level starting at $12,873 the close one card form 5001 ABC
tunities listed below are cur- GS 14 level starting at $15,106and with application.,
rently open for receipt of ap- the GS 15 level startingat Send completed forms to Desk
plications. The area of con- 17550. Most of thest posi- 408, U. S. Civil Service Com-
sideration and closing date for tions are in the Washington, mission, Washington, D C.CEDAR .
each bulletin follows:
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D .
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'%x N\ %r.v V1
Grade levels GS 4 and below
Area of consideration NAS. DICK CLEVELAND ACCEPTS the/ 'vyfnntr's trophy from Leroy HILLSMOTORS
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAjr "B. J." JorJcmon, president of the Civilian/// Golf Association. eo

Navy Commissary Stores, Jack- Also/ receiving trophies were Bill Rucker, Jack Plew, V.J.
sonville, Fla. Applications will Rio, and Bruce Bunker (not shown). wcr
be accepted at ady time. A sep-

be arate filed application for each position.Form 57 must Civilian Tests ListedExaminations 4434 111.4111 II,..

MPB No. 79 67 Plan C for the following should be sent to: Interagency (NEXT 0 "
All semi- skilled positions, positions were recentlyannounced Board of U. S. Civil Service
level seven and below.Area pay of by the Civil Service Commissions Examiners for Florida, 123 S. 1963 FORD STATION WAGON .. .. .. . . .$995
consideration NAS NARTU, Court Ave., Orlando, Fla. 32801. R & H, V 8, Auto.
NARF, (COMFAIRJAX Navy (a) Diesel engine mechanic, .
Commissary Stores, Jackson- ($3.18 to $3.44 per hour). Defense Appoints 1964 MALIBU. . . .. .V: .. .. II ..$1395V '
ville, Fla. Applications will be (b) Electronic equipment as- 8, Standard Transmission, R &,H.....
accepted at any time. A sepa- sembler ($2.42 to $3.03 per Equality? OfficerRobert "',i ,

rate application Form 57 must be hour.) 1965 CORVAIR 3 SPEEDV.: .. . .$995
filed for each position. (c) Lock and dam operator, H. Willey, director of R & H. ':.;>'
MPB No. 83-67 Plan B ($2.61 per hour). Civilian Manpower Management .
All skilled positions pay level Applications will be accepted was recently designated Department '
eight and above Area of consid- until the needs of the various of the Navy Equal Em- 1962 FORD CONVERTIBLE.$895.' .
eration NAS, NARF, NARTU, Federal agencies are met. They ployment Opportunity officer and "
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary Bank Lists New Hours authorized by the Deputy UnderSecretary 1963 FORD FAIRLANE "500" V- 8'h . .$895'
Stores, Jacksonville, Fla. for Manpower to make Auto, R & H.
Applications will be accepted at Beginning today, the station final decisions on complaints of ,"''!-I'
any time. A separate application banking facility will'be open until discrimination based on race, 1961 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE.$895
Form 57 must be filed for each 4:30: p.m. on Thursdays to allow creed, color or national origin.

position.MPB military and civilian personnel Willey's address: Department 1964 RENAULT T CARVELLE 4 SPEED.$695.
No. 93 67 Supervisory paycheck cashing privileges. of the Navy Equal Employment .
Electronics Technician, GS- During the rest of the week, Opportunity Officer, Office of a WE BEAT ALL COMPETITION 771-4 1Leave
11 Area of consideration Na- with the exception of holidays, Civilian Manpower Management, % |
tionwide. Applications will be accepted the bank will be open from 10 Department of the Navy, Wash-
through the close of bus- a.m. until p.m. ington, D. C., 20390.
iness July 6.
MPB No. 94-67 Accounting
Technician, GS 5 Area of con-
sideration NAS,NARF,NARTU, MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary -
Stores, Jacksonville, Fla. All flanks All Ages
Applications will be accepted
through the close of business LOW RATES
June 28.MPB .
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No. 95-67 Aircraft :: ,

i,QualltyMControl Specialist,G5.9 .- t I EASY MONTHLY coming up
'Are:of consideration NAS, ,.; .
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, PAYMENTS
Navy Commissary Stores, Jack-
"
sonville, Fla. Applications will
be accepted through, the closeof McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
business June 28.
MPB No. 96 67 General

. Engineer, GS 11 Area of AGENCY
consideration Nationwide. Ap-

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July 17.MPB. Call Us Anytime

No. 97-67 Metallurgist
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,Nationwide. Applications will be III
accepted through the close of COMPLETE 12 \
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business 17.
July

Maintenance MPB No. Clerk 98 ,67 GS -Accounts 4 Area (C BRAKE JOB !

of consideration NAS, NARF,
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy 1 NEW BRAKE LINING
Commissary Stores, Jackson-
ville, Fla. Applications will be Get an HFC TraveloanTraveloan
2. REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS
accepted through the close of
business June 26. l

1 TURN All 4 DRUMS I '-I ( money from HFC provides for any
Applicants for the above posi- sensible traveling expense: lodging, transportation '
tions be
,
must career or career-
conditional employees of the fed- 4. REPACK FRONT WHEEL BORINGS AaI special clothing.. Later, you can repay

eral government. Applicationsfor HFC conveniently.
5, ADD BRAKE; FLUID I
the above positions should be Compare
c..It MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS Go worry-free onT
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Fla. 329.19JAX 6. CHECK GREASE' SEALS Oa4Oh9ra 012 IS your leave"with a
Price! f a Traveloan:. 'from
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FURNITURE $ 95 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 -;
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I\ I MAD's' Mad, Mad, World of Aviation Administration : id


.; .
MAD reminds most people ofa of the instructors for the Navy- There are folders avail l- nel. Lt. Col. J. W. Sullivan is .
crazy comic book, but at NAS, operated schools. '- -.. able which give the students a the commanding officer of the :!
Jax, MAD stands for a unit t -- MAD also has a program which a cornplete history of develop detachment, with MaJ.Speed Sheaas
Detachment. the command it- ments that have occured in these executive officer. On '
Marine Air is presented by an av-
As one drives aboard the air self. If is. aj. >asic indoctrination I! _______ countries over the past few years. "erage, about 100 students are I;..
, station, perhaps the first struc- program geared to give marinesan ;: Since a good majority 'of the graduated each week and pro- .
( of affairs, students who take this cessed the detachment.The .
, ture that one becomes aware insight Into foreign special by I
is the NATTC complex. In this primarily: centered around Vietnam indoctrination course will be W ) .- :1 ,
I detachment is also in .1.
II Ir r area of the station are concentrated and the Far East. going overseas upon completionof 4 _
I two of the major schoolson This course gives the studentsan their schooling, this course charge of six barracks quar- :c '
___ _
, ters which house the marines attending -
helps to the
this base, the Aviation Or- understanding of the political w prepare marines
the various schools. Un-
I, dnance School and the Avia social and military conditions of ___ for the situations they will en-
_______ counter there.. der this duty, inspections are
i _____ tion Electronics School. these various foreign countries. __ ___ carried out which make certain
4 -J These schools are operatedby In the classroom where these The theory of the school is
;; the Navy, but the studentsare indoctrination lectures are given _______ that the marine is not only that the.'" students keep "squaredaway. 'i
I, IJ._____. : ____ not' only naval, personnel appear many most unusual things. going to fight, but he is alsoan ; ;
, '* Among the students appear a substantial These include models of'various ambassador of the United Overall.. things may happen at ,
I number of marines; It "booby traps" which are quite States'who will be helping$ that MAD which make the personnelfeel t
,, is because of these marines that prevalent in the Vietnam Jungle country readjust to a better formof that they will go "mad" I IWW
. MAD exists and functions. campaign. (One of the most common government. but they never get "mad" about _J
MAD is primarily an adminis- of these traps is the "pun- MAD is staffed by, 12, officers -, helping students to get processed -
,f trative command. It handles all Ji stakes" which comprises a H ___ and 226 enlisted rcrson- both in and out.
the processing of the marines group of sharply protrudingbam-
(, that attend these AO and AE boo stakes that can penetrate the
t_ -
/ schools. It clears all the paper heavy boots worn by US servicemen : "
( work from the day they come there.) _
aboard to the time they leave, The classroom also con- I ____ _
thus, all the marine student has tains bulletin boards upon which '
STRANGE LOOKING WHIRL./ Y BIRD/ look lust as strange ; ''I k -L A and
,4 to do is study. newspapers clippings, magazine WITH/ WATCHMAKER'S PRECISION marine naval/
.' Inside, but not to the students who/ are learning to take There are however a few other clippings, and all other informa- personnel study the delicate Instruments that control the
them apart* and put them back together again/ In the/' short. functions that MAD performs. tion relating to the countries ./electrical/ systems of marine and naval/ aircraft./
.. est amount of time and under the most difficult conditlnn They supply about 70 per cent being discussed are posted '
t. ..-.,...-. --- ---- ---- ALL OF MAD'S' MAD ACTIVITY begins and ends at the receiving and tran. -

r sfer section. Every Marine attending any of the NATTC schools must be H CAREEROPPORTUNITIESFOR

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: staff or technical positions -
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o+lli in the Home Office of a major insurance company .

GYSGT H. KOSKI INSTRUCTS a student In Infantry and "
: Starting salary for Bachelor's's Degree-$$7314' ,
tactics which are part of the basic Indoctrination course per year
;Tr T/: : taught by MAD to all Marines who shall be going to over higher{for Master's' Degree .

TO seas duty stations. Also excellent oppottunities in Group Insurance Sales&Service .

For information, ..
more
.X" '0' ___ call Mr. Lavery, or Mr. Weaver: f
8 .t [ CAR WASH i''
; =LALT'CLASSII0M : 398-8711, Personnel {Dept? 8:50: '.4:30: Mon.'thru; Fe1h.: M ....1 .:. .'
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INSTRUCTION IS VITAL .to any school. OPEl THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM% 5:3: ,
'GySgt. LW. Gilliard Is one of many Marine instructorswho
I''. are furnished/ to AE and AO schools ,by MAD.? .,. FREE CAR WASH L --
take the I r -_ _- -_ .-
Short Route toDAYTONA I WITH/ ?IS 5 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL ,
WATCHING THE STUDENTS STRIP anti :: BEACH z1&c ? cannon Is SSgt. J. M. Moss/e./ This particular cperatlon Is part of PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED '

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; "AT''c : Behind The SceneCapt. y -i-i1 _


Tom Raker
By ._.

Raymond P. Kline.NA- demic portion of the course avers Mrs.Donald Kellerman,1966-
TTC commanding officer, pre- military.justice, leadership 67 president of the officers wives
;I sented diplomas to the 10 mem- principles, world affairs, man- club and Mrs. Michael Belyan,
bers of Leadership Class 67E agement, U. S. government, effective budget and welfare chairman 1 >
Friday afternoon in King Hall speech, and naval customs were at the library June 9 to..
after inspection. Captain Kline and courtesies. view the display. xtI
spoke briefly about the sophis- Honorman of Class 67/E and Captain Kline and Cdr. A. W.
tication and complexity of modern company commander in the gra- Bradbury were on hand to express -
miliary operations. He said, duation ceremony was ARAN their appreciation to the
"Technological advances,mainly Robert S. Matheny. He acquiredan wives and Miss Nelson.
....
** *
*
In the areas of jet, rocket and average of 93.50.
nuclear systems have given to- ******** An AE (B) school instructor,
day's serviceman a great res- Under 21? It's Your World", AE1 Louis Caron was awardedthe
ponsibility." Is a new exhibit at the NATTC Dupont Trophy June 11. The
Classes in the Leadership library. Some of the books in trophy: is a sailing award given .,, b .Yip F
School spend 120 hours informal the exhibit were bought with.funds annually to the sailor who has the "
training They learn formation, given by the Officer's Wives Club. highest percentage of accumu- 4
marching, and the techniques of Miss lona Nelson, the librarianwas lated points in one year. The
drilling a military unit. The aca responsible for the display. trophy: was awarded to Caron at BOY SCOUT Representatives and the NARTU Color
the Florida Yacht Club. Guard participated In the dedication of a flagstaff
***..*.* program -
yx The NATTC Bowling Leaguehad contributed by the officers and men of the air sta-

an awards banquet June 13 tion. The dedication/ took place June 17 at the New Baden
At the First and Second Class Pet- Powell Scout Reservation.
ty Officer's Mess.
R F Y./'xy The first place team was
AEA # 1, second place was taken -
by AEA # 2 and third by NA1ifiNewsaViefl I
AEA # 3. In individuals awards,

... AE1 H. R. Stewart finished the ,
season with the highest average, Capt. CD. Simonsen, NARTU as adjustment adjustment to
187. He was also a member of Commnding officer, conducted military discipline and cultivating -
..:.Jii.'.;'r. the winning team. AMS1 L. .J. ceremonies dedicating the main the self discipline
Nytz, of radiography, had the flagpole at the newBadenPowellScout'Reservation necessary in military life. It
highest series, 633.Attention. June 17. If a temporary phase from which
Captain Simonsen's dedicationwas the successful Navy man is

All part of the overaUdedic.ation molded.
_ *****..*
NAS OfficersThe program which encompassed the
: ? entire reservation, located A NARTU A4B jet aircraft
Communications Department approximately 65 miles southo caught fire after an emergency
invites all NAS officers to a here. landing here.Sunday.
special Hail and Farewell Patio The NARTU Color Guard pre- Lt. A. Bruce Reymond,a Naval
Pool Party to be held Tuesday sented the National Ensign to the Reserve pilot, with NARTU's jet
beginning at 6 p.m. boy scout representatives who attack squadron, had detected a
. 142k Special happy hour prices will then hoisted the flag smartly to malfunction in the fuel system
be featured with light hors d' the top of the flagstaff. while on a training flight..
oeuvers. Dress for the occasion **...... Radioing his intentions for an
will be sporty, and those wish- The recruits inNARTU's Sum- immediate landing, the NAS Fire
ing to, may plan on swimming. mer Accelerated Training Pro- Fighting Crew was on the scene
Reservations for the party will gram have completed their first and quickly smothered the
be $1.25 each person. For ,reservations two weeks of their 85-day pro- flames. The pilot escaped injury -
contact Mrs. M. M. gram. but the fire, which was
S Halley.!; extention. .241, or 242.,, Jhe phase that they are undergoing caused by a fuel leak, did' sub-
"now can best bVdescribed stantial damage i to the craft.
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CdY. F. S Coleman (left) receives/ squadron colors from Cdr.H. TARTS FRIDA All-Navy Cartoon Contest

F. Bryant signifying Cncrnge of command/ for YAP 62. The/ FLORIDASEMGONNERV

ceremony was held aboard the/ air station Friday. 171 r.rersythw Dewntewn Deadline Set for July 1 1The .

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entry deadline for the Gil), no later than July 1.
," Twelfth All Navy Cartoon Con- All entries must be from Navy
I ,F! IS dAMES BOlD test is just nine days away. personnel on active duty or their
.. Entries should reach the Chief dependents and submitted in accordance -
of Naval Personnel,(Attn: Pers- with the following
w rules:
1. Comic (gag or situation)
HONDAMOTORCYCLES cartoons must have aNavythemeor
background must be in good
taste, and must be suitable for
general use.
2. Cartoons must be in black
r W* Give Merchants Green Stamp ink on 8 x 10 1/2 inch white

b Open Daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. paper or illustration board.
t IAN FEMING'S 3. A contestant may enter as
E' Sat. 8 o.m.6 p.m. many cartoons as desired but

Closed Sundays each entry must contain the following -
information and state-
MOTORS&CYCLES ments attached directly to the
back of the entry.
a. Full name, rate/rank,
COMPANY, /NC. service/file number, duty station
N 4949 of originator.b. .
Blandlnc Name of hometown and

PH 771-8244 hometown newspapers).

We'll fix it so good it'll be hard to close. ....ana"TWICE" administrator.c. Command. recreation fund

So,II,'. not 01 depressing ash loot All rtpalrt ore mad ol rtaionobUVolkiwogn d. A brief statement certifying -
Not with Volkswagen body ip.clolui' rated is the
like UI around II It turns out that I a new door would b* only way rn/ the cartoon as original.
I W. know all about how oirllgM VWt the bit thing lor you land not |lust l the e. "All claims to the attached
or.supposed to b., otit! way out For us) the job t at good to live a nCJuan entry are waived and understand
So we won'I b.through with your door at lmlthd We dock door to lit every c) the of
I clot model VW mad Department the Navy may
until I vv have to open a window to It ever
And b.lng ipcciaUti,w* can till you And il you don I happen to drive a VW, I use as desired."
better*han anybody if the least.xp.nilv. don 111 that keep ui apart open it:4sF : ()Y Q.Lr f. "
"Forwarded.
what make of' bring ; Signed by
curt for the hammering you tool'It limply No mailer car you Las
I more homm rirg. Or a whole new door. in (for collision work, w* wont 11 you F ie a commanding officer or his designated -
dither( way you won't take a b.ating. leave with, a bad impression. representative. :
I
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76 W Adorns Dewntewn Juan at Niblick Note: Dependents should make
WRECKER SERVICE 8 AM to 5 PM
All the addition
RA Phone 384 4",6 following statement in -
Jacksonville'sking / : "I am a dependent of .
Just 10 Minutes From Downtown ( bout C {.. J. 2 & 3 Bedrooms rate/rank, etc."
sh.w+ Michael VI Garden Type Apartments All entries submitted will become -
WESTSIDE I IsZS Caine with Country Club the property of the Department -
AYTNaeritoDtAlI4 3'2O Atmosphere
& Jane of the Navy for use as
6ISqltf Kitchens equipped with G-E
desired and will not be returned.
VOLKSWAGEN INC. Fonda Individual Ranges &Air Refrigerators Conditioningand Appropriate Navy championship -

rl Heating by G E awards, furnished by the
1150 LANE AYE. S. Jacksonville Flo. 781 5511 e DraftS furnished Chief of Naval Personnel, will
0' JSUCGKUQ FOR MATURE AUOEMCtS Wall Carpeting and be forwarded to the respective

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM Large Swimming Pool tation commanding to the officer first for five presen place

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I Movies I 'Club Schedules .'.." ,7 .. I


MOVIES will be shown reg- NASJAXCPO Ad1Mv

ularly 6 and at 8:15 the NAS Jax Monday Theatre thru CLUB: All pizzas are going for $.75 Thursday. Try the ki 4,.;.....+};..........................\........."SVtiwh}+,1ti....7iti\tiivJ:......--:..+.e........YV...,.
at p.m.* Seafood Special for $1.25 and dance to the music provided by the
Saturday. There will,also be a Johnny Arnold 4 Friday.evening. Saturday features a 10 oz. Sirloin
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays going for $1.65, and for your listening and dancing pleasure, the Ads shfuld be mailed U the Holt Publishing' Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Moonliters will be on hand. Sunday, the Bud Clark Combo will 1950 Bltfnding Blvd Jacksonville' Florida. 32210 to arrive
Theatrewillhaveoneweekly provide the music A half pound rib eye steak priced at $1.35Is not latet than Tuesday for publication' the following, Thurs
Feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field the special for Tuesday, and fried chicken for $.95 is featured day Ads arriving' too late for this' deadline will be published
will have two shows during the for Wednesday. the following. week unless the publisher is 'instructed other
week at 5:30 and S p.m. Mat- "0" CLUB: Beefeater's Buffet Is featured Thursday from 6 u/ise. A check or money order for the full cost'of,the ad must
inees will be shown on week- to 9 p.m. Dance to the music provided by Charlie Jay Friday be received' WITH the copy for the ad.
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. evening from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Foreign Dish Night Scandina-
June 22 vian Style, Is featured Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Enjoy the Family DO NOT SEND CASH
THURSDAY Chicken Buffet Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. RATE: Minimum diaiy. ((3 lines), . . . $2.00
NAS: "WHAT DID YOU DO IN BLUEJACKETS INN: Enjoy the sounds of March Wilson and the Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
THE WAR DADDY"c with James Redcoats from 8 p.m. until midnight. Tomorrow, Phil Cay and the
Coburn 'and Dick Shawn. Chantels will be on hand to entertain. Saturday features the 6
((124 Min.) Teens from 2 til 6 p.m. with Phil Cay under the spotlight for the
HOSPITAL: "SEVEN DWARFSTO remainder of the evening. The 6 Teens return Sunday afternoon FOR RENT: 2 BDR APT.Complt. SACRIFICE MUST SELL
THE RESCUE". : with foreign followed by the Musketeers. Monday, a Surprise( Band is in store Furn., Air, Very nice. Orange either '67 Ford Galaxle, loaded,
cast. Fairy tale. ((92 Min.) for you. Tuesday will feature The Formations. Game Wed- Park. Will rent to TAD Person? yellow-black interior' or '64 Ply
C, FIELD: "VILLAGE'THE nesday from 7 till 9 p.m. and dance to the music of the 6 Teens nel or Bachelors -.264 6884. mouth Barracuda V-8; Auto
GIANTS": with Tommy Kirk from 9 p.m. till midnight. trans., Pwr. Steering, A/Crab-
and Ronny Howard. ((88 Min.) FOR SALE TRANSFER 3BR solutely like new. 2642204.':

ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Try the steak special, featuring a 1/2 lb. 1 1/2 B, R & Oven, $85.22 mo.,
FRIDAY, June 23 Rib eye served with baked potatoe, vegetables and salad for 5806 Sonora Dr. W. 7712305. SINGER ZIG ZAG tfI;
$1.25. Friday evening' March Wilson and the' Redcoats will appear Must see to appreciate.CAR SEWING MACHINE
NAS "THE GROUP": with with the musical entertainment. In the mood for country western Responsible. party to,assume $8.
Candace Bergan and Elizabeth music? Mel Gaden and Band will be on hand Saturday evening. FOR SALE-64 VW SEDANR per. month payments, or payoff
Hartman. ((124 Min.) Sunday is Game Time at 5:30 p.m. with' Dick Wilson completing, & H,- Clean perfect cond., cash balance$54.This machine
HOSPITAL: "WHAT DID YOU the evening with his dancing music. .sacrifice, only $950. 2642204. makes buttonholes, sews on but-
DO IN THE WAR DADDY?" with .. tons, blind stitches, fancy Stitches -
James Coburn and Dick Shawn. WAS CECIL and monograms without at-
((124 Min.) "REAL ESTATE: We will help tachments. Guaranteed. Must
C. FIELD: "FROZEN ALIVE": BEACON CLUB ."Game Night" begins at 7:30 p.m. tonight you Buy, Sell or Invest. see to appreciate. Call 353-
with Mark Stevens and Marianne with The Sixteens entertaining and a Rib Eye Steak dinner offeredat Bowen Real Estate Realtor 1946 Anytime, ask for Credit
Koch. ((88 Min.) 75rt. Friday The Twiggs will entertain,with The'Sounds Unlimited USN Retired 384-1376 Manager. Will deliver, no ob-
24 taking the floor on Saturday. Phil Cay and the go-go girls will appearon ligation.
SATURDAY, June Sunday and The Formations will FOR SALE PACKING BOXES
swing on Monday. Mel Gadden : A- SEWING MACHINE CO.
NAS: "NIGHT OF THE GEN- and Dick Wilson complete the schedule, appearing on Tuesday and for moving 15 each. Phone l...,
ERALS": with PeterO'Tooleand Wednesday respectively.ORF 353-4277 VAN'S 736 Dellwood
Omar Shariff. ((142 Min.) Ave.
HOSPITAL "THE GROUP": PAY DAY LOANS .BARGAINS
with Candace Bergan and Eliza- Luncheon is served daily from 11 a.m. to,1 p.m. Monday FOR RENT OR FOR SALE on unredeemed merchandise.Air
beth Hartman. ((124 Min.) thru Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Base Pawn Shop -6463 Roosevelt
C. FIELD: "SEVEN DWARFSTO with an A-La-Carte dinner served until 9 p.m. FHA resales $50 &: $100 dwn. Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone
THE RESCUE": with foreign Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. 384 -.4066.
cast. Fairy Tale. ((92 Min.) 2642411. Orange Park Realty.
'
SUNDAY, June 25 64 TEMPEST 4 DR. $925

NAS: "ALFIE": with Micheal 64 SAAB Nice.$675
Caine and Shelly Winters. VISITCLAUDE OWNER MUST' SELL BEAUTIFUL 64 FIAT 1100 . .$525

((114 Min.). St. John's River Lot?Ready 63 'RENAULT DAUPHINE $425:'.. ,
"
z
62 amv: AIR SPIDER CPE $395
HOSPITAL: "NIGHT OF THE to Build. Phone 384' 1048.' "
GENERALS": with Peter O'- ASTRO MOTORS'
Toole and Omar Shariff. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
NOLAN
((142 Min.) HOUSE FOR RENT 3 B .. 2B, Phone 789 4978PRISCILLA.S
C. FIELD: "WHAT DID YOU DO Den & Gar., Furn.,4604Solandra
IN THE WAR DADDY?": with Circle E. $140 mo. 771 4624or
James Coburn and Dick Shawn. LADlLLAi A PONTiAiVIAIN 355 1941.WANTED CERAMICS HOME .
, ((124 Min.) of the worlds most fascinating
( AT ORANGE :35MM Canon Pellix hobby. If you enjoy doing ceramics -
e. or pen tax spot matic camera or want to !learn come and!,
a
W. R. Weigel P. O. Box 188 see us. Classes Tuesday nights
Middleburg! Fla. 282 5201. 50*. 7121 Shindler! Drive Phone
771 7036. ,:
PHONE EU33922JAX

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FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, ,Lrg. FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS
Corner Lot,Trees,Covered patio 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Built in Kit;,
KingsleyMOTORS w/w Carpets, Fenced. $3,000 equity Range & Over Large Corn.
going for $500. Assume Lot, $450. Dwn. FHA 2 A/C
5 1/4VA $74 mo., Ph. 264 inc. 5005 Greeway Dr. 384-7996
6133 or see at 119 Carol Dr.
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.waw.rsrr. -:
Meadowbrook Terrace. h
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES
IN ORANGE PARK i ii- n AKC registered. Wormed and

/fAWCt,.I.MIYI ,,,, Shots. 264 4135. after 5:00. .
M PUPPIES BLACK
M. ks South of 'N Abk, I I.Y1c .. POODLE W
JAX +. Miniature, Pedigreed, Come and
IS-NI ISI.N.t. See, Reasonable. Quarters N.,
w--.t. n -win NAS SAX, Phone 771 5399. AIR COND. FURN. EFFIC. APT

COMPACTSTOGO w/ r. t## 4 Downtown Sax $50 mo.
w 1 adult only; or Apt. 1# 6 3Rm
I'
ni "ww FOR LEASE: 3 BR, 2 B, HW A/C Couple and baby $60 mo.,
Firs., Fenced Back Yd, Corner 557 Oak St. See residence manager -'
Lot ComDletelv Refinished inside Apt. 3 or call 388 9886
62 DODGE DART R & H MM : '4 and out. Ext. 521 NATTC or after 8 p.m. .
Auto, Clean! ;, .
'I .. 771 3676. Evenings.
T '; :.
1
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61 COMET 2 DR R & H ... '
FOUND -- A 1968 girl's class
Auto, One Owner.
; .
ring from North High School. ATTENTION,
,It Found and may be claimed at \.
61 FALCON WAGON 4 DR ?a l No. 2 Fire Station, NATTC. Ask
Fully Equip. < I:;... for W.D. Wright. 6.4
.,is
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62 CORVAIR MONZA CLU ttf.; y. J

Coupe. FILE t STOKTWIN

57 CHEV. BELAIR 4 DR
X tra Nice. REALTYo 1f

55 FORD VICTORIA SPT Je% Ntilug tt 1UdCRUKTiN HILDA T. NETH .1

Coupe, Like New.ANCmO RealtorJoseph ..I
#
E. -H.th, Associate !
TOYOUR. Rencal,-Scd u-Aneag e-Las
NEE OS NAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 Residential-Commercial' ::1\\ '
Te// 384.1391 or TeSP/ 7-32/Ior Industrial ;
Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. ,205 2M-36S1 TO, PLACE,, YOUR WANT AD
Hours: Mo't .F,1 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-FrI 8:30.3:00' Orange Ave. S. at Bay St. ALL OUR NEW NUMBER'
Green Cove Springs 387 -' 445?JJune



8 JAX AIR NEWS/'AFTERBURNER' June 22, 7967

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11 NATTC' Behind The Scene .


By Tom Raker

: Capt. Raymond P. KlineNA demic portion of the course covers Mrs.Donald Kellerman,19666' -
TTC commanding officer, pre- military justice, leadership ? president of the officers wives
I sented diplomas to the 10 mem- principles, world affairs, man- club and Mrs. Michael Belyan, S
bers of Leadership Class 67E agement, U. S. government, effective budget and welfare chairman
Friday afternoon in King Hall speech, and naval customs were at the library June 9 to I Y :i4
after inspection. Captain Kline and courtesies view the display. r: a
spoke briefly about the sophis- Honorman of Class 67/E and Captain Kline and Cdr. A. W. _
tication and complexity modern company commander in the gra- Bradbury were on hand to express -
miliary operations. He said, duation ceremony was ARAN their appreciation to the
"Technological advancesmainly Robert S. Matheny. He acquiredan wives and Miss Nelson.
********
in the areas of jet, rocket and average of 93.50.
nuclear systems have given to- ........ An AE (B) school instructor,
day's serviceman a great res- "Under 21? It's Your World", AE1 Louis Caron was awardedthe
ponsibility." is a new exhibit at the NATTC Dupont Trophy June 11. The
Classes in the Leadership library. Some of the books in trophy is a sailing award given
School spend 120 hours informal the exhibit were bought with,funds annually to the sailor who has the .
training.They learn formation, given by the Officer's Wives Club. highest percentage of accumulated 4
marching, and the techniques of Miss Iona Nelson, the librarianwas points in one year. The
drilling a military unit. The aca responsible for the display. trophy was awarded to Caron at BOY SCOUT Representatives and the NARTU Color

the Florida.Yacht......Club.. Guard participated In the dedication program of a flag

The NATTC Bowling Leaguehad staff contributed by the officers and men of the air sta

an awards banquet June 13 tion. The dedication took place June 77 of the New Baden
at the First and Second Class Pet- Powell Scout Reservation.
II ty Officer's Mess.
I The first place team was
AEA ##I 1, second place was taken -

AEA by# 3.AEA In individuals## 2 and third awards by, I I NARTU News aid Views I

..' AE1 H. R. Stewart finished the By Les Martin
: season with the highest average, Capt. C.D. Simonsen, NARTU as adjustment adjustment to
187. He was also a member of Commnding officer, conducted military discipline and cultivating -
.,. the winning team. AMS1 L..J.
ceremonies dedicating the main the self discipline
.
Nytz, of radiography, had the flagpole at the newBadenPowellScout'Reservation necessary in military life. It
highest series, 633.Attention. June 17. if a temporary phase from which
1'I Captain Simonsen's dedicationwas the successful Navy man is
All of the overall dedication molded.
part ........
NAS OfficersThe program which encompassed the
: V'r entire reservation, located A NARTU A4B jet aircraft
: :: Communications Department approximately 65 miles southo caught fire after an emergency
ir invites all NAS officers to a here. landing here,Sunday.Lt. .
special Hail and Farewell Patio The NARTU Color Guard pre- A. Bruce Reymond Naval
Pool Party to be held Tuesday sented the National Ensign to the Reserve pilot, with NARTU's jet
beginning at 6 p.m. boy scout representatives who attack squadron, had detected a
Special happy hour prices will then hoisted the flag smartly to malfunction in the fuel system
be featured with light hors d' the top of the flagstaff. while on a training flight.
oeuvers. Dress for the occasion ........ Radioing his intentions for an
will be sporty and those wish- The recruits inNARTU's Sum immediate landing, the NAS Fire
\ Ing to, may plan on swimming. mer Accelerated Training Pro- Fighting Crew was on the scene
Reservations for the party will gram have completed their first and quickly smothered the
," t be $1.25 each person. For reservations two weeks of their 85-day pro- flames. The pilot escaped injury -
f4 contact Mrs. M. M. gram. but the fire which was
r. Halley, ,*extentioq o.r,2:42., ;The."phase that;they are undergoing caused by a fuel' leak, did sub-
I ;,> Ij -jK.ri : c now can best be described stantial damage to the craft.


.. CoY. F. 5. Coleman (left) receives squadron colors from Cdr. ARTS FREDA All-Navy Cartoon Contest "

H. F. Bryant signifying Cnonge of command for VAP 62. The 1't3

oj., ceremony was held aboard the air station Friday / I.rasyph Downtown' Deadline Set for July 1 1The '

.
SEANCONNERY .
fr, entry deadline for the Gil), no later than July 1.
; ". Twelfth All Navy Cartoon Contest All entries must be from Navy
I t I dAMES BOlD is just nine days away. personnel on active duty or their
r;; '... . Entries should reach the Chiefof dependents and submitted in accordance -
\: Naval Personnel,(Attn: Pars with the following
rules:
1. Comic (gag or situation)
cartoons must have a Navy theme
HONDAMOTORCYCLES or background must be in good
I taste, and must be suitable for
1 general use.
2. Cartoons must be in black
w. Give Merchants Green Stamp ink on 8 x 10 1/2. inch white

Open Daily 8 am.7 p.m. paper or Illustration board.
.IAN FIEMING'Stom 3. A contestant may enter as
Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. many cartoons as desired but

Closed Sundays each entry must contain the following -
information and state-
MOTORS&CYCLES ments attached directly to the
back of the entry.
a. Full name, rate/rank,
COMPANY, WC. service/file number, duty stationof
E S Mt 4949 originator.b. .
Blinding Name of hometown and
PH 771-8244 hometown newspapers).
We'll fix it so good it'll be hard to close. ....and"TWICE" c. Command recreation fund
administrator,
So h'. not'o.depressing a*It looks. All repairs ore mod at reasonable d. A brief statement certifying
Not with, Volkswogen body specialists. Volkswagen ralesJ' is the
lit*ui around. If II'turns out,thai a new door would b. only way r1 the cartoon as original.
We know all about' how airtight, VWs ,the bat ,thing lor you (and not |lust ,the osz e. "All claims to the attached
are supposed'to be. rosiest way out for us)the (ob's 01 goodSo to live entryare waived and understand
we won't,be through with your door a* finished. We stock' doors to lit .v.ry
I until' we hove lo' open o window to clot II, model VW ever made. : the Department of the Navy may
And bring specialists, we can tell you And if you don't,happen to drive a VW, use as desired."
belter than anybody if the least expensive don't I.t(hot keep us apart. open 11:45: f. "
cur for the hammering you took I I.limply No matter:' what mok.of'car you bring "Forwarded. Signed by
I more hammering Or a whol. n.w door. In for collision work, w. won't 11 you r Z as commanding officer or his designated -'
I (Either way,you won't lake a beating.' leave with a bad impassion representative. ;
76 w.Adams Oowntown 'San Juan ol Niblick Note: Dependents should make
WRECKER SERVICE 8 AM to 5 PM I:9> ALL Phone 384 44)6 the following statement in addition .
a Jacksonville'sking / : "I am a dependent of .
Just 10 Minutes From Downtown
( bout C CSh rate/rank "
__ 1. 2 & 3 Bedrooms etc.
VfJJ; .w+\ Michael V Garden Type Apartmentswith All entries submitted will become -
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN 12s2S Cain.6is Country Club the property of the Department -
uruoereoOLAIIR si10 \ & Jane Atmosphere of the Navy for use as
Kitchens equipped with G-E
desired and will not be returned.
9>10 I Fonda Ranges & Refrigerators
INC. Individual Air Conditioning Appropriate Navy championship -
and Heating by G E awards, furnished by the
1150 LANE AVE. S. Jacksonville Flo. 781 5511 Drafts furnished Chief of Naval Personnel, will
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e 1 SUGGESTED fM( MATURE AUQIENCfS Wall Carpeting and be forwarded to the respective

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun. PM to 6 PM Large Swimming Pool commanding to the officer first for five presentation place-:

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| Movies | 'Club Schedules .


MOVIES will be shown regularly HAS JAX 1flIi.: ''AtLG :

at the NAS Jax Theatre CPO CLUB: All are going for $.75 Thursday. Try the ,< ,. ,x.
pizzas ......,. .....,. ....
l: "{ti'
6 and 8:15 Monday thru }<< 1.K';';ti1 V1hK,9'11 Yo"""" S' YNNo''N.
at p.m. Seafood Special for $1.25 and dance to the music provided by the
Saturday. There will,also, be a Johnny Arnold 4 Friday.evening. Saturday features a 10 oz. Sirloin
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays going for $1.65, and for your listening and dancing pleasure the Ads should be mailed. U the Halt Publishing' Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Moonllters will be on hand. Sunday, the Bud Clark Combo will 1950 Standing, Bli'd.& Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 to arrive'
Theatrewillbaveoneweekly provide the music A half pound rib eye steak priced at $1.35is not latet than Tuesday for publication the ,following! Thurs
Feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field the special for Tuesday, and fried chicken for $.95 is featuredfor day. Adi arriving' too late for this' deadline will be published
will have two shows during the Wednesday. the /ollauring week unless the publisher ,is 'instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- "0" CLUB: Beefeater's Buffet Is featured Thursday from 6 wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of.the ad must
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THE WAR DADDY?"* withJames Redcoat3 from 8 p.m. until midnight. Tomorrow, Phil Cay and the
Coburn and Dick Shawn. Chantels will be on hand to entertain. Saturday features the 6
((124 Min.) Teens from 2 til 6 p.m. with Phil Cay under the spotlight for the
HOSPITAL: "SEVEN DWARFSTO remainder of the evening. The 6 Teens return Sunday afternoon RENT: 2BDRAPT.Complt.Furn. SACRIFICE i- MUST SELL
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and Ronny Howard. ((88 Min.) FOR SALE TRANSFER 3BR. like new. 2642204.: .
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Candace Bergan and Elizabeth music? Mel Gaden and Band will be on hand Saturday evening. FOR SALE-64 VW SEDANR per. month payments, or payoff
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with Mark Stevens and Marianne with The Sixteens entertaining and a Rib Eye Steak dinner offeredat Bowen Real EstateRealtorUSN 1946 Anytime, ask for Credit
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I ADV.' Bowed Shoots HAS Cecil Field
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,f. Top Award Presented Clay Co. Way to FirstAQC IM Softball Wrapup;

d G.F. Bowen of NAMTD
Chrysler Plymouth Dealer Cecil Field, took first place in
2nd Half
the military category of the flo- Gets Underway

rida State Open- Championship, ,
held last Saturday and Sunday at' VA 44 JJ? Condors 6 Fourteen teams have entered
, the Jacksonville Police Pistol V In the NAS Cecil Field intramural
Range. Chief Bowen, the Dis- In the early innings it appeared Softball league ( second half).
tnguished 2600 Master and as though the Condors would A number of familiar teams and
t Former All Navy Shooter, pull an upset over the Hornets, faces win be seen along with
scored a point total of 2590 out as they led 6-2 after three quite a few new teams.
of a possible 2700 points. The innings. Losing pitcher for Con- The old familiar teams entered
, competition included .45,.22,am dors was Georgia Garcia, and for the second half of action are:
< .38 caliber pistols. the winning pitcher for the Hornets VA 44 Hornets. VA 72 Blue
j r yw There were approximately was Dinkins. Hawks AMD/ADMIN VC 4,
125 competitors divided into five VA 45 Blackbirds, VFP 62,
categories, which included Civil- AMD/ADMIN 3 Condors 2 VA 174 Hellrazors, Operations
Ian, Police, Reserve. National Smoke Eaters, Marine Barracks,
! Guard, and Military.The The third place team had a and VA 174's Condors. Medi-
State Championship was difficult time gaining a late victory cal is teaming up with VA 81
taken by Staff Sgt. F. Kwas of over the Condors. The Pit- this half and Weapons department
McCoy Air Force Base. chers duel was won by AMD's has only entered one team.
w d wYt The Open Winner was Sgt. Chief Lee. Supply and NAMTD dropped out
1h
; Myers of the 82nd Airborne Divi- VA45 JO Hellrazors 9 for this coming half of softball
sion, FortBragg.North Carolina. play. Taking their place will be
The Hellrazors absorbed their VA 83's Rampagers and a team
Purple Worm first loss of the season at the from FAETU.
Mw Makes GoodAfter hands of the blacl took an early lead and ended up upcoming softball team action:
of Motors waiting for four hours on with the win in nine Innings.
Clayton Revels (Right), Is presented the Chrysler
the edge of a small pond just off THURSDAY JUNE 22
: Corporation Quality Dealer Award by (L to R) D. C. Murdock, the Chaffee Road, nearNAS Cecil Hellrazors 8 VFP 62 3 ,
!+ Regional Mgr., C. S. Osburn, SE Mgr. and E. G. Haggerty, Dist. Field J. J. Bailey's "Purple 5:30 VA 72 Blue Hawks vs
\ Mgr. Worm" finally came through for The Hellrazors had'little trou- VA 44 Hornets at B Circle
ble in beating the fourth place North

i The Chrysler Motors Corporation which includes all of Florida and him.Bailey, who is attached toAMD's team VFP-62, with Jerry Walker '7:30 FAETU vs VC 4 at
getting credit for the win.
'Quality Dealer Award has Georgia.C. Avionics used his"Pur- B Circle North
. been presented to Clayton Revels ple Worm", along with alittle 5:30 '- VA 83 Rampagers vsAMDADMIN
S. Ozburn, southeast regional luck and lot of to B Circle
Chrysler Plymouth Inc., of a patience VA 44 6 NAMTD 3 at
Green Cove Spring.This award, manager, flew here to haul in a large mouth bass last South
given only to top performing deal- make the formal presentation at Friday evening. The Hornet's Steve Burton pitched -
t ers in the country was presented a banquet held at L the Ponte Vedra The bass tipped the scales at a 6 to 3 game racking up MONDAY, JUNE 26
f in recognition of the firm'soutstanding Beach Club recently. Other a whopping four and three quar- his tenth win of the season.In .
achievement in Chrysler Corporation officials ters pounds. the bottom of the seventh 5:30 VA 45 Blackbirds vs
and their wives,the honored deal VFP 62 B Circle North
service, sales performance FISHING LICENSE inning, the Hornets were ahead at
t administration, facUities and ers, were on hand for the annual 6 to 3 and NAMTD. at bat witha 7:30 Weapons vs VA 83
teamwork. event.It 1967 68 fishing license's are man on second and third with Rampagers at B Circle North
now on sale at the NAS Cecil two outs. Fewell hit 5:30 VA 174 Condors vs
Only about five percent of was also noted that in Clay a deep
Chrysler's dealers can qualify County, ,Plymouth has led all Field Gear Locker Bldg. 1## 4 drive into,center field, and theHornet's VA 44 Hornets at B Circle
from 9 12 and 12:30 3 Mon-
-
: for this award and this was the other makes in new car sales Varine made a specta- South
only one presented in all of since 1964, as shown by the official day through Friday. cular one handed catch to end 7:30 VC 4 vs VA 174
( northeast Florida. There were records in the courthouseat The price of the license is the inning and keep from tying Hellrazors at B Circl4 South
$3.00 and is effective
only five ,in the entire district Green Cove Springs. (ADV) the day the game.
.,' .....,' _..- "" .y -- G----- .It is purchased _? In Tuesday night's,game, the TUESDAY, JUNE 27
t v Hornets won their 12th.game of
the season by swamping the VA- 5:30 Smoke Eaters vs FAETUat
174 Condors, 11 to 6. B Circle North .
7:30 VA 72 Blue Hawksvs
;;, FIRST HALF STANDINGS Marine Barracks at B Circle
North
: Team Won Lost 5:30 AMD/ADMIN vs MedicalVA
Hornets 12 0 81 at B Circlj South
HeUrazors 11 1 -
AMD Admin. 10 2- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28
,.. Blackbirds 10 4
NAMTD 8 5VFP 5:30 VA 174 Hellrazors
62 4- vs VA 174 Condors at B
Weapons ( Gold) ", 7 7 Circle North
Smoke Eaters 6 8 7:30 Medical/VA 81 vs VA-
Marine Barr. 6. 6- 83 Rampagers at B Circle
s Blue Hawks 6: '" 4* North
VC 4 4 9* 5:30 Marine Barracks vs FAE
Condors 3 11 TU at B Circle South
Medical 2 11- 7:30 ,- VA 44 Hornets vs
Supply 2 Dropped AMD/ADMIN atB Circle South

}) ,"" 11 F Weapons (Blue) 1 Dropped

after their standings still have
games to make up. The first started second
half standings will not be final half action in the NAS Cecil
; until all of these games are made Intramural Softball League on
'' UP. Monday night by taking a 5 0
decision over the "Smoke Eat-
:I I 1=.w1 ers" of Operations.
Bob Hunter was the winning
pitcher for AMD/ADMIN, as he
I S.I..V..I! allowed just two hits, while
I striking out 12 and walking.two.

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Victimized by No-Hitter ,Summer Meets Begin I

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The first of four All Comers They Include t the long jump,
Fliers Still Win 3 GamesIf Track and Field developmentmeets high jump, triple jump, 12 pound
*is scheduled to begin tonight shot put, discus, and pole vault.
the lax Navy Flier softball The defeat took some of the luster at 6:30 p.m. at Jackson- Running events, seated to start
team could have picked the way from a 1-0 Flier victoryin t ville's PaXon High School. one hour later include, 120 yd.
they wanted to lose their first the first of Friday's'games.The Competition is open to mili- high hurdles 100 yard dash, 220
Florida/Georgia Interservice single Jax run was scoredIn tary and civilian athletes in all yard dash, 330 intermediate
Conference game, odds are theywouldn't the first inning as a less. events, regardless of age. Individuals dies 440 yard run, 880 yard run,
have picked the victim thanapt Robins shortstop chalked register themselves one mile run, two mile run and
role in a no-hitter, but alas, up two errors. Leadoff batter for the may events in which they mile relay.
that was the story In a fi-0 Willie Miller reached first on want to compete the night of each Remaining meets, are set for
defeat in the second game here a throwing mistake and was out meet. June 29 at Fletcher High School
Friday against WarnerRobbinsAFB at second as Don Jackson batted Field events will get under- (Jacksonville Beach); July 13,
of Macon, Ga. into a fielder's choice. Robins, way in each meet at 6:30 p.m, Fletcher High School and July
attempting to nail Jackson on 20, Paxon High School.
IntramuralSoftball a second base steal, saw the run-
r ner move to third instead. He Per ,..r l..tl.. N..a
L then scored the game's one
I run on a wild pitch.Cranberry's .
American Leaaue: no-hitter fol nlet Marina
Team Won Lost Pct. lowed. The pitcher, suffering
VAP-62 16 1 .941 from back trouble since earlyin YO HO HO Melody Ann SALES ..11 SERVICE far
Hospital 15 3 .833 the season, was more man
May is one of the loveliest and MerCrulser
Dispensary 12 6 .667 efficient this evening, yet carded Mercury
ComFairJax 11 6 .647 only six strikeout victims.In prizes you'll find on the Florida '

Weaponeers 11 7 .611 the first game Saturday,' Gulf Coast. .. ,.
Marine Barracks 6 12 .333 the Fliers had six hits, first 'n Hc
679th Air Force 5 12 .294 baseman Rada and leftfielder FISHING LICENSE

AFEES 5 13 .278 Brown each 5 oettina two. Bell's Tallahassee -- Florida sports _* r _
NARF 4 14 .222 fifth inning homerun gave him the men are being urged to avoid the -_ ,
FAW-11 3 14 .176 first of four r. b. i.'s for the rush and buy their fishing licensenow.
National League evening. Von McClure was cre- The new 1967 68 fishing EXPERT REPAIR SHOP
dited with the win. licenses went on sale at the of-
Team Won Lost Pct. Flier pitcher Don Stewart was fices of all county judges and HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK 24-9135
VW-4 11 0 l.Outf<1 in form the second game as Navy their authorized sub agents -
NARTU 9 1 .900 won, 9-1. Three of the 10 hits Tuesday.
VP-30 9 2 .818 were by John Peek as he collected -
VP-45 8 3 .727 two singles and a double
Administration 5 6 .455 for a perfect evening at the plate
Aircraft Main 5 6 .455
FAETU 4 7 .364 Suns Sponsor
Supply 4 7 .364 Camera Night M
Air Operations 3 8 .273
Communications 2 9 .182 Baseball fans in the area who
MARTD 1 10 .091 are also shutterbugs will get
the chance to combine both interests AHEADWHITEWALL
PoHSficoIc Hosts TeRRis
Monday night when the :

NAS Pensacola will host the Jacksonville Suns sponsor Cam-
1967 Sixth Naval District Tennis era Night from 6:15 7 p.m.at .
I
Tournament July 1014. Com- Wolfson Baseball Park. ,
petition is scheduled in the Open, In addition to allowing fans to
Seniors, and Womens Divisions. take pictures of their favorite

Eligible military personnel interested Suns players,local baseball man- Harry before yonr,vacation driving starts-United time only!Iil
in participating in this agement says that a professional
first level of competition in the photographer will be on the fieldto
All Navy Tennis rogram'should take pictures of any youngster' '
contact their station athletic "''or fcroup"of'youngsters'wanting t '
directors for specific infor- to pose with Suns. ire' 8
nation. The 45 minute picture tak- .n
Fleet Air Jacksonville units ing session will also be an "
'interested in competing in a amateur 1 photography contestthe
COMFAIRJAX elimination tour-. picture judged as best will bring ; .,
nament should contact NAS Jacksonville the photographer a season pass. r f' by Uniroyal
for :
Athletic Director Frank Photographs competition ( \
should be mailed or delivered to : .. ..
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E J' Downstate Swimmers, Roll in Invitational I



Take Team Title in the 200-meter breaststroke, Group B, fourth. In the 13 _. 14 year old Breast second 100Breastthird.
((2:46.7)Over) A new State Record was set in Girls: Cindy Puleo: 200lndlvidual Thirteen 14 year old
350 swimmers from the the 200 Medley Relay by Pat Medley, fourth; 100 Breaststrokefifth < Boys: Carl Kaniosky,200 Breast
Tallying imposing 967 points Southeastern states were separ- Dalzell, Kathy Nauman, Cindy ; 200 Breaststroke, fifth400; second, 00 Fly, sixth.
the Ft. Lauderdale Swim Association ated into five age divisions in Puleo, and Cherie Glaraton Freestyle, sixth; 200 Fly, third Eight and under: Kim Dalzell;
outdistanced all rivals as the second annual event of its In the Senior Women's 400 .and 100 Fly, seventh. 50 Back, fourth. 50 Fly,seventh;
the Navy Jacksonville Invitational type here. Free Relay: Group A teams, 'Senior Women's: Virginia 50 Breast, fifth; 50 Free, fifth.
swim meet ended three days of One hundred six events made second; Group B teams, fifth Bunn :* 200 Fly, seventh; 100 Thirteen 14 year old
( competition Sunday. up the three day card: and Group C teams, sixth. Backstroke, sixth and 200 Boys: John Pierott; 200 Breast
Y Senior Men's 400 Free Relay Breaststroke, fourth. fifth; 200 Fly, second.
f : J-T-- ; Group A, fourth Group B Senior' Men's: Bruce Small- Senior Women: Susie Chance,
i fifth. ing, 200 Fly, sixth; Jim Gardner 100 Breast, fifth; Mary Kay Gla-
| Another new State Record was 200 Fly seventh. raton 200 Breast fifth..

v set in the 13 14 year oldGirl's Eleven 12 year old Boys: .................-.-.................
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I : Nancy Nichols Kathy Nau- fifth; 50 Breast, fourth; 50 =. 1AAA MAMI NtW SICNIT ADDRISS INITIH UlltSOU fifi a
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third. In other 200 Free Relays Girls: Cherie Glaraton, 9 MUCH' TM>Cowan1. ... .lit in(Z;.C.M. ,<| k.nUUI., 5S
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: 11-12-year-old Breast, seventh 200 Breast, tTi .s:_.MM. .*. too:1.. .' : ..
i." Girls, Group A, second GroupB sixth, 200 Back, sixth; 200 Fly, J 4ralxl..I*.a.r.**.rf'.+,'r*.1wpfd.A..i.l..w\**_!! 1./+....._ DotoII*..4 W.
J sixth; 11 12 year old fourth and 200 Breast,sixth(Senior [
i Boys, Group A, third.In Women). =GROSS VENDING SERVICE.!
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the Senior Women's 100 Thirteen 14 year old {...........................*........."..S
.. Meter Freestyle, Mary Fleetfln- Boys: David Fitzpatrick 100 I..
.', .... !ished fourth in the 100 Meter Breast,third ; 200 Breast,fourth,
Freestyle, second in the 100 200 Back seventh;100 Back,fifth Half Moon LibHomtsiUs
HAir Meter Backstroke; fourth in the and 100 Fly, seventh.
100 Meter Fly; seventh in the Ten and under Boys: Wayne
200 Individual Medley; and sev- Johnson, 50 Fly, seventh; 50 a
: Station's NJST Girls Team enth in the 50 meter Backstroke.In ,
I. ...sets Florida state AAU relay record in Jax meet the 10 and under boys: near ,Keystone>> Heights
.' Finishing a distant second in Mickey Steuben finished seventhin LARGE SHADY LOTS
I team 'standings was host Navy Locals Shine Too the 200 Individual Medley; JULY Private Beach for Owners
Jacksonville Swim Team (NJST) fourth in the 50 Freestyle;
t with 432 1/2 points followed by Here are detailed results of seventh in the 50 Backstroke, 4th Swimming/ Fishlng Booting
another club Good in the 100 and RELAXING
local Sheperd how Navy Jax Swim Team mem- second Freestyle
: with 298. bers fared in the weekend Navy seventh. in the 100 Breaststroke.In Payments 12.50 to 30.00
Standouts for the downstate the 11 12 year old DRIVING per month
meet: Senior Girls' 400 Med-
I winners Rex Hand, 15, and Girls Susan Rusch 200 Individual -
were : : For 36 Mos. -.No Interest
ley Relay: Group A, Chance,
Pam Kruse, 17. Miss Kruse, Bunn and Fleet Nauman set a Medley, fifth; 100 Breast- 'AHEAD Brochure,upon Request
swimming in the senior women's State Record in 5:13.3 Group stroke, fifth; 100 Freestyle,
division, ,and already a memberof B finished third;GroupC, fifth. sixth 100 Fly, fourth and 50 PHONE 388-9085 ANYTIME
the U. S. swimming delegation Fly, sixth. .
to Canada's Pan American Senior Men's. 400 Match In the 13 14 girls: Kathy .
(, Games this summer, stroked to Medley Relay -- Group A, fourth Nauman,' 200 Individual Medley, 771.2335CEDAR
natonal age group records in the Group B, fifth 200 Meter fourth; 100 Breaststroke, third; MAT.WED.-SAT.-SUN.
100-meter freestyle(1:03.1)the( ); Medley Relays: Girls' 10 and- 200 Breaststroke, second; 100 HILLS 2:00: P.M.
200-meter butterfly,((2:32.2));and under, third; Boys' 10 and Backstroke, fifth, 200 Freestyle, EVENING 8:00 P.M.
the longest freestyle event on under, second; 11 12 years sixth ; 100 Freestyle, fifth, and 3794 HANDING BLVD.
the card, the 1,500 ,- meter, olds girls: Group A, fourth:: .,the,400 Freestyle_ third. GOOD SEATS ALL SHOWS-PHONE ,FOR RESERVATIONS
I. ((18:52)).
: r All records were set in Sun- .

i', day's Hand competition., duplicating Miss Kruse's NAVY AUTO INSURANCE 6amourl..SpeedL..Spcctacle'y

t, triple win the final day, captured ,
; the 100-meter freestyle, ((57.1)); 10/20/5, LIABILITY MONTHLY Y POLICIESRobtrt : ,
... 1,500 meter freestyle, ((18.05))
r and the 200 meterbutterfly. Both '} 'c .:
freestyle wins were also nationalage : : / ;",. ,
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group records. .,' .',..,' '':.I ';,}<_.v- : & ::;'
Following their record METRO GOLDWYN MAYER..sulS
breaking performances, the two
were named outstanding competitors f'1'J1INIII'1iXT
in the senior division. G

Saturday's competition showed W SUPER PANAVISION AND MnROCOLOIMc.M
that Miss Kruse was surmountable pRR1 S/NGC 11I11"
EVA MARIE SAINT YVES MONTAND
..I however, as she finished JAMES GARNER
second to Jacksonville's Catie
Ball in the 200-meter individual
medley ((2:33.9)). Miss Ball, 15,
0 is a product of Lee High School Travis & Associates, Inc. TAKE A LITTLE DRIVE
here and is also on the Pan andSAVE
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:( American team. HAS JAX: 388 3583, 6483 Roosevelt Blvd.
First Office North of Main Gate
A third Pan American girl,
II' Wendy Fordyce of Miami, HAS CECIL FIELD: 389 3483 1165 S. Edgewood Ave. BIG !
scratched from the meet due to '
illness. 2 Blocks W. of RooseveltNS

MAYPORT: 121 E. 8th St. 354 7897
Fletcher Kafka, unattached :'
swimmer from Jacksonville, seta
national age group record in the
11-12 year old girls' 100-meter triple

butterfly with a 1:12.5 clocking treat p o ksS
the second day, as did Miss Ball only ( ) .


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