Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any. ';
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any'military department of the products or services advertised. !,


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Open Housing Policy

Open housing for military personnel of discussions for the past month 1
serving at NAS Jacksonville between Captain Stack and, local
.. has been agreed upon by owners and managers of housing
almost 100 per cent of the own- facilities. ,
ers, managers, and operators( The primary concern was the
apartments, motels.and mobile- acceptance of Negro personnel
homes facilities in the ,vicinityof and their families by nearby mot-
the station. els, particularly on their initial
This agreement was announced arrival in the area for duty
to the local press at-a news and until such time as they could
\ ,: conference here by Capt. Martin make accommodations: for permanent -
t'w a ,. J. Stack, commanding officer housing.During .
!, mA ( e N July 19. the past few months,
4 The agreement was the result Captain Stack has had senior .
:.. jr14 naval officers from the station
w .. rAs conduct a census of the existing

Hike Rules ,housing tion. facilities near the sta

.In addition ,to Captain Stack's
b,. Change for inquiries, Asst. Secretary
Charles E. Baird headed a Department -
of Defense team of
ChiefsThe five members that cametoJack- .
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1 25TH ANNIVERSARY. Navy nurse Lt. f.g.) Margaret j, Vowels and Wove',Down ''Richardson Navy has changed some of with and conduct local owners fact and finding managers
check Navy dependent during rounds at Naval/ Hospital. See Page 6 for story on Waves' 25th its procedures for promoting Its ference. a { con-

birthday. super chiefs.A Baird commented that of the
Bureau of Personnel notice
i outlines new rules which will being 14 areas surveyed throughout' by the the Department country
, make E-8/E-9 in Increments
HAS Rework Save Taxpayers promotions of Defense, Jacksonville had
replacing the old oncea more progress in solving this
year promotion policy.
problem than other without
any ,
The revisions will be effeCtive -
for chiefs who intervention from, government
: successfully .and' that will .
$450,000 UndPCoVPbii agencies. appears it
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: passed the:tests iii May* .A $e-< '
be, able solve;
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The Naval Air Rework Facil- command, its cost reduction pro Department of Defense savingswas of in super September dhiefs.to pick the new crop It has, been noted' that none of

ity ,and the air station saved gram has been detached from the placed at $914 million for The Navy's personnel bureau the naval fact finding teams, nor
air station's control. FY67. the team from the Department
taxpayers over $450,000 during will authorize advancements overa
fiscal year 1967. according: to Areas of consideration under In his report to the Presi- 10-month period based on relative of Defense tried to enforce any
statistics compiled by the two the fiscal program included dent, Secretary of Defense Robert standings as determinedby action in this matter, but rather
organizations. secondary items, equipment and S. McNamara noted that the September selectionboard. they tried only to enlist cOoperation -

Hershel B. Cunagin, management supplies, operating expenses, the departrrient'sinltialfive-year Chiefs will be promoted in of the local owners and
analyst with the air station's equipment maintenance manage- program produced savings of six increments on the. 16th of managers in voluntarily provid-
Comptroller Office announced ment and packaging and preserv more than $14 billion. It was November, January,March,May ing the necessary facilities and
a savings of $50,000 in ing. started in 1962. July and September.Master services.
the Real Property Management Estimated goals for fiscal year In authorizing release of the chief nominees' final- The agreement announced last
Division: 1968 and 1969 are $2,686,000.This report by DOD President John- multiple and eligibility will now week is expected to eliminatethis
The Rework' Facility's cost figure includes realized,, son said, "I am particularly be computedfrom November 16 problem of discrimination in
reduction coordinator, .Perry savings from last fiscal year. pleased with the alertness shownto of the year promoted unless the future and help greatly tosolidify
Medlock; listed NARF's approved Revised goals for the two com opportunities for,, cost reduction otherwise specified. even better relations
savings at 402804. mands are scheduled to be despite the ''pressure of Individuals authorized for pro- between, service personnel and
The here assigned this month. combat operations." the local residents of the area
savings were motion to one of the Navy's top
announced as the Department of The savings here was part of : pay grades must declare their surrounding,the air station.
Defense Cost Reduction Program the annual Department of Defense The consolidation Issue intent of accepting or decliningthe
ended for fiscal year 1967. Cost Reduction Program report In Duval ,County,which will advancement no later than '
This will be the last year sent to the President. be decided at the polls Aug January 15 of the applicable cycle. Admiral .'oor.r .
that the two commands will an- ust 8th, Is one which vitally Chiefs selected in September
nounce combined savings under Patrol SqvcidroiHosts affects the well being must make their intentions knownto
the cost reduction program. of all Its citizens.All personnel sections by January To ItcoMf CNOThe
Since NARF became a separate eligible voters should 68 if authorized for promotionin
Rtstrvists acquaint themselves with the November 67-Septembcr} 68 Navy will get a new Chief
cycle. of Naval Operations Tuesday
and of the Issue
Naval Reserve Patrol Squadron pros
Those declining advancementare when Adm. Thomas H. Moorer
821 from New Orleans, as they see them, then automatically canceled from assumes duties as the Navy'stop
arrived ,here Monday for two express their decision' at the advancement lists. The four-star admiral.He .
J u c weeks active duty with VP 16. the ballot box on August8th. Chief of Naval Personnel will will relieve Adm. DavidL.
Flying P2V Neptune aircraft, consider alternate selectees in McDonald who is retiring
the reservists will undergo a order to fill vacancies after serving over four yearsas '
series of training periods while CNO.

at Jacksonville. Admiral Moorer moves to the
Under the command of Cdr Pentagon from Norfolk Va.,
Frank A Dayton the reserve where he was Commander in
squadron brought 15 officers and Chief Atlantic; Commander in
82 enlisted men for training with Chief, Atlantic Fleet and Supreme
VP 16. Allied Commander, At-

Squadron pilots will fly antisubmarine lantic. He had served in the
warfare training three-hat position since May of

missions in the Jacksonville area. 1965.
Next week VP 821 pilots A 1933 graduate of the Naval
will ny> to Norfolk Naval Air Academy, Admiral Moorer served ..'
Station for a two-day exercise. on cruisers before reporting -
? ; They will rendezvous with sub toPensacola where he earn-
A marine home-ported in Norfolkand ed his aviator's wings in 1936.

continue training operationsoff r :
the Atlantic coast. | Commissary f

SAVED MONEY. Miss Sylvia/ Officers and enlisted aircrew- CIVILIAN DIRECTOR .. Robert H. Willey, director of Civilian
Store here
secretary In theComp- men from the squadron will also The Commissary ,
Management for the Navy and Capt. Martin J. Stack
Manpower Cecil Field and Maypon will
troller Office, pushes a load receive electronics equipment at \
of money representing the saVe training with the Fleet A via discussed/ civilian personnel programs, working conditionsand be closed for inventory Saturday.
ings the base made under the tion Electronics Training Unit operations? during Monday afternoon meeting. W///ey/ also The stores will reopen for normal -
here visited other officers In the during here. business Tuesday.
,Cost Reduction! .! ,Program! ,. . . . ,, area tour ..... ..., .. .".,-".. .'. .

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July/ 27, 1957

What Did Moses Say? Civic/ Responsibility

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('"What part do you play In the life of your militaryor civilian
By community Are you an active participant in its affairs or doou
Once upon a time, a time which seems so remote to us now, "ledCie
a man named Moses went up on a mountain. Whence he returned, ROMAN CATHOLIC $ ;are an Uhmarried serviceman or woman living In
he bore from that place ten rules by which all mankind were to Edward / blmdtfw i service, family living in government housing you
S,. Chapel <
abide. contribution
should tate an alWe' 'interest and make a positive to
Among these rules or commandments was one which read: SUNDAY MASS
- 9 a.m. community.
"Thou shalt not steal." and 11 a.m.DAILY your The numerous civic, service, youth and church groups found in
Throughout the many centuries that man has lived by these MASS11:30a.m.. town and on military bases offer excellent opportunities
rules, he has had the problem of language, more specifically, SATURDAY MASS --9:00 a.m. for every you to serve your community, make new friends, broaden your
interpretation of language.The CONFESSIONS - Saturday knowledge and help maintain good relations between the civilian
word "steal" has unfavorable denotation thus
a most many
5 p.m. 5:30 pjn.77:30, p.m. and military portion.
other words which amount to the same thing have been devisedin f A
its stead, but in the final analysis, all these words mean the same
thing.taking of something which does not belong to us. U.S. Naval Hospital
This dictum is further complicated by a problem of ownershipof

property., It seems natural enough that we know what belongsto SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.
us and what does not, but again society has complicated this
relatively easy matter.
Government has caused the evolution of such terms and entitiesas PROTESTANT

state, public propeny, democratic system, and the like--terms
which connote that certain things belong to every one In common. All Saints Chapel/
Again interpretation begins to go astray. When some people

hear that they own a portion of something they begin to assume that DIVINE SERVICE10 a.m. ...
they have the right to claim that portionwhenever they deem proper. SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. .,;::; j'M
.. ) .. .;."': - This is where the error occurs. Chapel Annex Bldg. 722CHURCH '
Service have a wealth of talent and information to offer
When certain deemed people ,
things these
are as public propeny, things SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
become the property of all people collectively, to be used or sharedin CJ.apel'C'a1ter, Bldg. 751 based upon varied backgrounds, experiences, and familiarity with
In the United States and in foreign countries. You
common, but under particular circumstances. WEDNESDAY many areas can
Of particular interest in this matter is the subject of government Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. provide new ideas, outlooks and energy to the groups and organizations !
propeny. Government propeny is public propeny. As definedby THURSDAY which are vitally concerned with the well-being, growth
the Constitution, it is the property that belongs to the government. Young Adult Group 7 p.m. and progress of the communities they serve.
Since our government is a democracy--a government of the peoplewe -- Christian Science Service Civic responsibility involves more than a neutral or negative
have the right to share in this propeny, BUT under the condition . -8 pjn. approach to community affairs. Contributing your time and talentsto
that we do not attemp to convert this public property into (SECOND MONDAY ;r Each: Month die activities and projects of your' military or civilian communityis .
private property. Chapel Women's Guild the positive approach to civic responsibility. ,
Thus personnel who are employed' in government offices or . 930am. It will not only make your' particular community a better place in
installations may, not take anything from that installation. Evenin (Chapel Center) which to live, but it will make your tour of duty more. enjoyableand .
cases where the material that they may take has been labledas personally rewarding. (AFNB) '" ,

scrap, it nonetheless remains government propeny and may U,S, Naval
not be taken. It is illegal and prosecution under the law may be Hospital
Imposed. Enlisteds Eligible for New

There are methods whereby public propeny may be acquired for SUNDAY SERVICE--- --10 a.m.

private'' use. Surplus sales and auctions are often held whereby Traffic Naval Academy ProgramA
persons may ,purchase these items at a fraction of their value.
This of course is legal and sanctioned.
didates will take the oath
Bureau of Naval Per- as
Here aboard the station there Violations
are certain procedures that must midshipmen.
be followed for the removal of public propeny from the confines of sonnel notice has outlined a pro-
the ,base. The most outstanding example of procedure Is the The following Is a report of gram which will allow enlisted Applicants for this demand-
cumenr.of a property pass., This pass allows the person who bearsit pro- motor vehicle Accidents and traffic men to attend the U. S, Naval ing program must make a $300
to'leave the base with the articles in his possession. violations for the period July Academy without first attendingthe deposit upon entry to the academy
18 July 24.Number Naval Preparatory School. for uniforms. An additional
These passes must be obtained whether the items in question
of Accidents The bureau announcement out- $12.50 must be paid by appli-
have been purchased or not. Even If a person Is borrowing some
This Week --------4 lines ground rules for nomina cants for College Entrance Examination -
item or taking it to another point, he must present this propeny
pass if the items are public goods, i.e., government propeny. Total Accidents this year through tions of men to attend the academy Board tests.
This also applies to all personnel, military or civilian.At July 24, 1967 - -199 beginning with the class en- The Bureau of Personnel notice -
this station, the authorized passes include: ((1) delivery pass Number Accidents through July., tering in June 1968. outlines the, following requirements .
(DD 1460))} ((2)) Bill of Lading from Supply Department: ((3) Trans- 1966 .- ,- ,- -' -210;, ,. Each year' the Secretary of the for enlisted men interesting
portation Control and Movement Document (TCMD), (DD Form 1384)); Total number of days since last Navy has the opportunity to select in attending the aca' I
or a Material Routing Sheet, S&E Form 835. injury in 'a motor vehicle" acci- 85 regular Navy or Corpsmen : demy... ,
There are certain cases when a special pass is necessary for dent - - -14 to attend Annapolis. Be at least 17 years old
the removal of private, property from the base.. For example Number of Violations In the past, selectees first and not have passed 21st birth
if you were to be working in the carpentry shop making a boOk- This Week "-'.- ,- -21 attended the Naval Prep School day as of July 1 of the year
case you may be stopped at the main gate and asked to present a Speeding -,'., ---1 before reporting to the academy. entering the academy.
Propeny Pass. Reckless Driving -- '- -1 The new program will allow a -- ,Present an acceptable high
The Marines at the gate do not accuse you of unlawful possessionor Going through Stop Sign -2 "few exceptionally well qualified school certificate or its equI-
stealing, but rather they merely are asking If you have per- Other Violations -+ -17 candidates" to enter the academy valent, including 15 units of college '-
mission to remove the article from the limits of the base. Twenty nine drivers appeared without the prep school back- preparatory subjects.
The pass that must be obtained in this situation (as well asmany before the Traffic Hearing ground. -- Have a GCT ARI com-
other situations) is Property Pass NAVSANDA 155. This Board at the meeting held on Applications for the direct admission bined score of not less than 118.
pass may be obtained from the Supply Department at no cost by Tuesday. Disposition'of the cases to the academy program No waivers will be granted.
submitting DD Form 1348. included the following: Nine lost must reach the Navy's person- -- Must have 24 months obligated -

Thus if you are ever in doubt as to whether or not you have driving and parking privileges nel bureau by November 1 of service on July 1 of the, .
permission to remove some object from the station ask your aboard station for various this year in order to be eligi- year entering the academy. '
division officer or department head for advice and information, and periods; Nine were assigned to ble to attend the academy next -- Meet medical and physical -
obtain the proper pass for safe passage. complete an eight,hour course year.' requirements. "
This article is not''intended to accuse any personnel of misap in remedial driving NA TIC; Applicants will undergo various -. Be single and never have
propriation or theft, but merely to cite the precautions,that should One received a suspension; Six medical and scholastic'tests been married. :.
be taken to avoid embarrassment of accusation.Be were given warnings;Three were and if successful will be per- Additionally candidates will'
sure that you have,:a legitimate right to any private property dismissed; One was fined ( U. S. mitted to enter the academy go before a Interview board of
that you may 'acquire or possess. Be extra sure that if you obtain Commissioner); and.10 referredto bout July 1. officers. The board will Judge
public property that it is done so in the proper manner. commanding officers for possible The selectees will report to applicants on such areas as motivation -
'Remember, once you are accused of stealing or "acquiring items disciplinary action. the academy earlier than their dependability, judgment -
by other than legal measures" it takes a long time before you will Twenty'' nine drivers were classmates for an indoctrina and self -. control.
be trusted again. Don't take this chance. "Follow the book." assessed 50 traffic points* tion period. They will be briefed Enlisted men interested in

At times, "red tape"can be a Ufe saver,if not a reputation preserver.. 1 on the rigors of academy life making a career out of the Navyas
in order to become familiar with a commissioned officer are
Modesty to PrideDuring the school's academic and military encouraged to visit the station's -
educational ''
demands. office' and see what
Following indoctrination the adacemy 'program has to of-
most of its history, our Nation's military and naval needs, I can- /er.TheJAX '
were modest and,could normally be 'met with small regular and Navy t T u

World War II experiences and the emergence of the United Statesas
a leader in the postwar world led to a change in the organizationof (4-
America's defense structure. %r'ICELANDIC

The National Security Act of July 1947'set up a National "Military AIRNEWSls a Civilian Enterprise News-
Establishment with a Secretary of Defense, added an independent paper distributed each Thursday at the
Air Force to the Army and Navy to form three separate departments, Air Station, Jacksonville Florida U, S. Naval
and continued the Joint Chiefs of Staff first established in 1942. It lishing by the Holt. Pub
also provided for joint agencies In the; fields of research and supply. ted for a private firm. All Copy submit-
Amendments to the National Security Act In 1949 made the Sec- use! In the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded
retary of Defense the President's principal assistant in all matters to the Public, Affairs office, Box 2. NAS Jackson-
relating to the Department of Defense. The Army,'Navy, and Air I vUle by 10:00: noon on Monday before
Force became military departments within the Department of Defense. News Items are welcomed from publication
The Department of Defense's ultimate missionistodeter aggression phone 772, 3118 i or 3119. all sources Tele-
and defend our freedom. .
The success of that mission depends on the loyal service pride, SSSPage are solicited by the publisher
purpose and skill of every member of the Armed Forces. (AFNB) such should be directed to:

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Poge 4 JAX AIR NEVtS/AFTERBURNER July 27, 7967

AS1 Strickland NamedCF eF, Five Cecil Sailors Win:

I Sailor of Month Suggestion A wards. I

"I plan to spend the next 40 repairs.His Five Cecil Field sailors will on the basis of his suggestion
years in the Navy". AS1 Charles IL -1 receive cash awards in approximately which involved the "Status of Sp-
Strickland says. This is quite a commendation in pan two weeks from the Beneficial are UHF/VHF Transmitters"
career but coming from the June "Your knowledge and technical Suggestions Program as His proposal which involved
Sailor of the Month it is standard skill in this field as well as a result of proposals submittedby shutting transmitters down dur-
operating procedure. your ability to plan work and them. ing periods of non-operation,will
Strickland; of the Aircraft promote harmonious relation AMH3 William G. Bernhardtof save Cecil Field approximately -
Maintenance Department, has ships. are truely commend VA-174 invented a "Tire $563 during the first of oper-
been in the Navy since 1957 able. Breakdown and Assembly Rig" ation.
when he enlisted in ,his native which will save Cecil Field approximately BMl C. J. Dolmseth, a station
state of Alabama. He has served .the general condition $1200 during the fir Master-at-Arms, will receive a
at ,MIramar California;. this (ground support) equipment" K : st year of operation. The rig $15 cash award for his suggestion
Sanford Florida; and IWAkuni, has been greatly improved. F-_ fin can exchange tires much faster of eliminating the exculsive
Japan. A native of Ozark Alabama FY than themethod now employed Chief's mess in the Chow Hall
Strickland is presently assigned Strickland Is past vice-president and will save many man-hours and combining Chief First Class
asGroundSupport Equipment of Branch 63 of the Fleet Re- British Radm. of work. Bernhardt will receive and Second Class so there wouldbe
t Division Leading Petty Officer. serve Association He is marriedto a $60 cash award.' more lines open for the lower
He is in charge of Inspection the former Kathy Sanders of Reviews 81 ADJ2 Ronald J. Gray- also of arades.Amacker.
repaired support equipment and Goldbond Virginia and has one VA-174 originated "F-8 Idle Promoted
prepares work orders to cover son, Charles three. Afterburner Detent Adjustment
.. Rear Admiral Louis Le Wrench". The wrench saves Lieutenant (JG) C. :b.: Amack
Bailly inspects Attack Squadron $1008 of the base's money every er was promoted to the rank of
81, accompanied by Cdr. E. A. year and about 8 1/2 man hoursof lieutenant in ceremonies held in
SBob's( ?' Grunwald before presenting the work every time it is used.It Ready Room four aboard the air-
Oak Hill Britannia Award at ceremonieslast eliminates the necessity of removing craft carrier USS America(eN A-
Wednesday. The award was numerous plane partsbe- 66)). Commander A. R. Cunning-
Pure Service CenterOpen presented to Ltjg( ) Houserman fore adjustments can be made on ham, Commanding Officer of Attack -
for proficiency In bombing, the engine. Gray will get a $50 Squadron Thirty-Six made

for your convenience 6 am. 10 p.m. In presenting the award,RAdm. cash award. the presentation.
LeBailly said that "This is more CMA3 Robert H. White of the Lt. Amacker is a native of
than just a trophy. This award Public Works Department sug- Poplarville, Mississippi and is
raid senrkt.pkkp. & Silvery goes to an efficient officer in gested that equipment under repair the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
be tagged. White will receive Amacker. He graduated from
efficient and it
an squadron, represents -
uechulc as 4ity..Aneric & Ferelf a Cats the admiration of the a $15 cash award basedon Poplarville High and attended
Royal Navy. Great compliments the safety value of his sug- Pearl River Jr. College priorto

103111 & James Rd.! should go to the United States gestion. entering the military service.
'771-9156 Jacksonville Navy and the U. S, for takingon Attached toVA-36Lt. Amack-
Fla the task of keeping peace in ETN3 Richard Furth of GEMD c sr is presently deployed. to the
f the world. will receive a $30 ,cash award 1 Mediterranean

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July 27, JAX AIR H' EWS/AFTERBURH ER ftag-.5 i


I I F Jacksonville Area Civil Service New.s1

Civilians RespondTo Retiring Emptoytc

Blood Donor Day Rtctivcs Watch

Wiley F. Tillman retired last

One-hundred and nineteen civilian Coy, H.M. Palmer, JJ. Borge, week after working over25yefrrs
employees responded to the W. H. drench, J. M. Moody, hdNJ4L at Public Works.
request for donors when Blood H. R. EsP sito, O.L. Henry,J.G. CaPt. L. W. Graves publicworks
Donor Day was conducted July Cusimano, J. A.Johnston, C. W. officer, presented Till-
19. The Jacksonville Blood Richardson, F. F. Dedrick, H. O. man a wristwatch. It was the
Bank's supply was increased by Wood, F. H. Sellers, W. G. Sapp, first 'watch presentation under a
100 pints or 807"* of the established B. K. Adams, W.A. Sadowski, new program started by the Civilian -
goal. 'J. F. Burns, D. D. Haley, .Employees' Recreation and
Most of the 19 who were not allowed B. L. George, D. E. Black, H. C. Welfare Association.The .
to contribute were disqualified Church, C. M. Johnson, E. L.. association plans to givea
for medical reasons.A Westerwelle, H. G. Rhodes, C.N. "' watch to employees who retire -
few were rejected because they Elliott J. L. Ruff R. D. Holden, after serving more than 20
were _not yet 21 nor were they M. Sanborn, C.P. Crouch, R.W. }upr years at the air station
married or serving in the armed SmYthe R. K., Reinhardt, A. M.
forces and did not have thir par Ballard, I K. R. Fricke,W.G.Williams Tillrrun's retirement Was
ents' consent. P. E*. Wisul, D. D. Field, mandatory.* He retired the 'day
There were,'l9volunteersfrom C. L. Register, R.W.Wills.J.D. before his 70th birthday.
the Naval Air Rework Facility Richardson W. E. Swilley, F. E.
15 from Supply Department, 11 Addington, H. E. Norris, M. M
GETS WATCH L. W. Graves watch He had worked Public Works I
from Public Works Department, Mowbrav. W. E. Bynum, J. J. -- Copf. presents to retiring at
four from NaVy Finance Office, Middleton.N, F. Blasloli. R. O. civil service worker Wiley// F. Tillman as Mrs. Tillman since 1942 and had served<< under
13 public works officers. ,
two each from Comptroller,Legal Swaney J. R. Beddard Jr.J.W. looks on. I
and Industrial Relations Department Gay H. L King,Jr., J. K .Grif-
and one each from the fin. J 1

Department Medical Department and Security The donors from Supply De- REDUCTIONS HELD OVER!! .

The donors.fromNaval Air Rework partment were: W.'J. Broderick,
G. Marcus, A. L. Daymude.H.B.Kolsom. .
Facility were: W.1.Geiger,
I M. Brown. S. D. Rye, '
H. James, H.M. Osterman,J.D.
Jr., C. R. McGee, J. Cutcliffe
Bennett, R.L. Duncan, J.L.Sock-
B. Weiss, J. W. Land, E. Futch '
well, H.E. Wilson, J.T. Tiner,
W.A.Hallmark, J.A.Pavlick. H. J. W. Simmons Jr.,P.S.Wilson WHITEWALLALEI
L Thomas, R. B. King.
Martin R.L. Sojfield, J. B.
The donors from Public Works
Weaver, Jr., E. L. Cox F. Me-
Department were: R. D. Mann '
Septefeber Test Silted G. D. Presson, C. O.Womeldorf,
D. S. Vann, T.O. Martinez, Jr.,
A' new nationwide examinationis D. W. Goodwin, W. C. Hollings- '
scheduled to be issued in worth, E. L. Leslie and L. T,
September, for accountants, aud- Htbbard.
itors, and Internal Revenue 'agents :
: grades GS-5 and,7. The donors from the Navy Fin- .. .
,' 4* The exam will cover:mariyexamlning ance Office were B. Kickllghter, tony Men y/N'vwstl/M *, .M..,. .1ttI'tIM> 1, ..
H. D. Strickland and J. H.Ger- -- ,1 .
\ ) Jurisdictions'lnthesame alds. 'Those from, the Comp-- .; ,
geographical area, permitting .
wider consid- troller Department were E. E. "
applicants to get
eration on the basis' ( a single Sutherland and M.C.Fahnestock, Mriylire
application from Industrial Relations Department Th 1i
Agencies will be given author were O. Russell and
ity for direct hiring eligibles J. F. Davis. Contributing from
E. B.
who have a minimum prescribedscore. Legal Department were
Fernandez and B. C. Robinson. .
E. C. Miller' and P. F..,McLean (1I i : by UniroyaT
onated from the Medical Department .
I Wont Ad Sell I and Security Depart ;' 14 \ .
ment respectively. .1.T ; .;

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of an alternate inspection procedure on U5-1. "IS }J4ttt
blades to N. P. Rogers and E.D. Boise looks on. Dlckenson's mls 213Ut
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!! 6 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER' / July/ 2 27, 1967- July 27 7967 .. JAX AIR/' HEWS/AFTERBURNER: ? .Paa.1- -1-7 7I ,

I I /v "'Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency y ServiceSKC Celebrate 25thDuring Anniversary' ',; {: ", ,'< "

The Women Accepted for Vol-- In setting forth requirements for the war, they were on Maintaining good public rela- __
unteer Emergency Service,more eligibility. Through this loop duty at nearly every t type of tions within the Navy and out N.,
commonly known as WAVES, are hole the Navy was able to en- shore activity, Including air stations side in civilian organizations is I
celebrating their 25th Anniversary !- list 11,275, women, called Yeo naval hospitals, district a goal that a WAVE, strives for. : ; -
since becoming a reg manettes. headquarters, Navy yards and This is evidenced by the time "aIL I
ular part of the Naval Reservein 'These women performed as supply depots in both statesideand spent by a number of WAVES
1942. clerks, translators, draftsmen, oversea billets. working. with the Navy Relief :
While this was a first it finger print experts camouflage By July 1945, there were Christmas'Program to aid needy .
designers, and recruiting agents. over 86,000, WAVES in the Navy. families -
was not without precedent. His- and underprivileged : ;* ; .
tory and tradition recorded centuries All were released from active Legislation was sponsored by children. .
ago that women took their duty by July 1919. the Navy in 1946, for the con- They have also traveled
place beside fighting men in time On July 30, 1942, a new law sideration of Congress author- throughout the state of Florida ;:iJLL :
of war. established WAVE Corps ize the enlistment and appoint- participating' Inparades, recruit-
The U. S. Navy Nurse Corpswas subject to regulations govern ment of women in the regular ing campaigns' air shows with i
established in 1908, making Ing the Naval Reserve.Miss Mildred Navy and in the Naval Reserve. various squadrons-representing '' '
nurses the first women in the McAffe, then president of The Women's' Armed Ser the Navy and promoting good pub L- I
Navy. Wellesley College, was selectedto vices Integration act, signed by lic relations by informing the
During World War I the press- lead the new Women's' Reserveand President Truman In 1948 made public of the vital role today's
ing need for clerical assistanceat was sworn in ''as a lieutenant women a permanent pan of the Navy has In maintaining peace. Jt,
commander, in August 1942. Navy. The have
M'M naval shore stations could not proven themselvesa 'ri"HI .
-(1 :w V _______ be met by man power alone. Colleges and universities today the Navy WAVE vital segment of.the Navy team.
________ Investigation revealed that a opened d their doors to begin the enlists under the same rigid
1916 the Naval training of officers and enlisted requirements as do her male i
act establishing
____ "The chief I
women of the Navy. counterparts.has simillar of Naval Operations -
Reserve force did not soeclfysex training
attends many of the same service / extends/ warm congra. !
schools, advances in rate, tulations to the WAVES on the ii
and the occasion of their i
-U assumes same espon- Silver Jubi

______ : y sibilities of the as Navy.do,the male members lee. As members of the Navy iI
team your services throughoutthe
NAS WAVES are awares of five :
twenty *
the years I
responsibility share\with\ have been Invaluable to ,
I the male members in meeting the our
needs of the modern Navy. establishment. {
THE YEOMANETTES of World/ War I were, 'the. tint women to serve In th. Navy. Meeting these needs and responsibilities -' jr
Admiral. David L. !
BETSY chief is a primary con- McDonaldJr.
master at.t arms the .. -----
U. S.
WAVE'S' barracks, carries on with'the many calls she ,receives cern of conscientious WAVES. Navy1TLi -

dally, with the opening line, "Chief/ I, need your help". ,.

: '. ,' ,.- __ AC2 PAT HARTSOCK, In the air, traffic tower' checks to see '
Roosevelt 4I' If approaching aircraft has their landing gear In readiness.
t( ; } CAR WASH I r
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OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY! 8:30: AM 5:30: PM : I' \c'I;\ : .
RM1 1 JEAN JONES is assigned to the communications .. Inlet Marina

4. SALES nil SERVICE far
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ENS. GLORIA AMATRUDI'' duties .a* .ducithnalerv/ces/ officer/ and WAVE "__ C1J HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK' 24-11351* "$

t 1I t t.1 ., barracks officer, Includes administering the ath to personnel r re enlisting. PNC ANNE ,CUNNINGHAM and SN Dotty Marlburger,' R1__ L-I -B'L U- '","

:""!" h ",... '((4.. ,read one of the many forms of correspondence-they must
; 1kj : check In the mall room of the personnel office./ .
I SN LIZABETH TEAL., assigned/ to ground electronics'; .. % ,: :
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H'I lob of' driving a Navy! vehicle.Kjc p... -' .. JEEPERS CREEPERS? ? ? ....

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GOO G W..fvr thm the VW 16 point 8"f.ty and. Ptfomaa. .. !n.p.cttoll. -
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CALL MONTH n d d it. And!(u nt* d tn m 100"%" for the repair" or.1.et
ITALIAN of oil major. mechanic! parts for .30 days or 1000 mU... Coma
'f I tt 4' SANDWCIIF.S% SPAGHETTI % BILL.WIL.LIAMS AM-ALL on 'In and doubla ch.ck.KNODfE .
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I t'f I : OUR SPECIALITY! i 66 MUSTANG GT Convertible, Air Cond.. .????
;. 66 VW SEDANS . . . .. .:. .$J7595
HOURS: 65 VW SEDANS . . . .. It .$$1295
,) _-! _. '-::-- un.-Thurs. 4pm7lJ0prr: ,.I 64 VW SEDANS . . . ,$J7050
''f t tt Friday 4pm*1am 63 VW SEDANS,and SUNROOFS. . 5950$
Saturday 1 lam-lam I. *. v HAVY:! AUTO INSURANCE' 62' VW SEDANS & SUNROOFS. . '. .J895$ .
Lean on: us f for a 'vacation loan. 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 ''f I 'T" 61 VW SEDANS & SUNROOF. ,'. .5795$
t I LT. ELIZABETH SMITH, personnel officer/ ,/has the 10/20/5/ / LIABILITY MONTHLY. POLICIES 66 VW KARMAN GHIA Convertible. .$52050
collateral duty of presenting/ honorable discharges.The 63 VW KARMAN GHIA COUPE Air Cond, $$1295
smiling recipient/ Is PN3 Call Dyment. 63 VW KOMB// . . . '. .57050$
I II QUALIFIED I & 66 CHEV. /IMPALA 4DR, H/T/ P.S.. .$$2195
RT1iTTC'Z4t' GRADUATESWITH I cJp.nCJuan &o'I 66 FAIRLANE 500XL 2DR. HIT.$2395/ $
f NATIONAL BAN1 O'.iaciopvtLL t f// I 65 PL..YM. FURY III, Convert., A. C... 57850$
V iiMIMSIm.. ,.. Career opportunities in line management, MOTORCYCLES WIIw; ; ; o 65 BUICK SKYLARK 4DR Air Cond.. .57895$
rioia IMCUNAMCK, COlt POll"l''ION I staff or technical positions W. Civ Merchants Gro.n ft 109 I ; I 65 RAMBLER "220" 2DR. . .' .. ,$$1050 .

t US HAS FACILITY OFFICE 1 I in the Home Office of(a major insurance company r----1 Yson.. Juan at NIblick 62 CHEVROLET 4DR R & H. .' $$850
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Phone 384 44J6 62 PONTIAC/ TEMPESTLEMANS Sport CpeJ750.$ .
A Atrtjs. FHB. AfobblriBtifB. .. .MI. NAS Starting salary (for Bachelor! Degree-$$7314' per year, -
Just 10 From Downtown
6 r, .1 Minutes ,
higher for Master's{ 1 I. 2 & 3 Bedrooms '
I, IaikliNnrs, : ,I Degree t_. _.. .._;, .Garden Type Apartments Robert. Travis ft Associates. IMC

MONDAY WEDNESDAY 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales&Service OTO R5 with Atmosphere Country Club HAS JAX: 388- 3583, 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. WESTSIDE
'' / i CYCLES .Kitchens equipped with' G'E First Office North of Main Gate
'I I THURSDAY 70:00: a.m. 4:30p.m.: t For more information, Ranges & Refrigerators
, V FRIDAY JO.-OO: a.m. 430pm.: call Mr.Lay:try or Mr. Weaver COMPANY, INC. Individual Air Conditioning HAS CECIL FIELD: 389- 3483. I 1165 S. Edgewood. Ave. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
398-8711!, Personnel 8:30 .4:30, Mon. and Heating by G E ,
Dept. : : thru Fri. *
;; I, Ph.i... 3144548' $ .0r NAS J hI. Ext. 3870 A 4949 Blandlng I d .Drapes' furnished 2 Blocks' W. of Roosevelt 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511
| Wall to Wall Carpeting
-An Equal Opportunity/ ; Employer, PH 7712..AI.. NS MAYPORT 121 E. 8th '
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Pog 8 "r:" : '-< ,,.J AX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER. July ,

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( .N :. Criminal l lawyer

\ TTBchind The Scene Pilots SkyhawkAboard


1 By Tom Raker USS Lexington the at aircraft sea In carrier the r 4" :

The commanding officer at Gulf of Mexico James Russ rRr
an Orlando criminal lawyer,faced -
NATTC. Capt.R.P.1 of his biggest "Judges"
recipient of the Joint Service one
/; Commendation Medal awarded Friday as he completed landing
\ recently by the chairman of the and launching operations.: .
Joint Chiefs of Staff. Captain The "judges" were in the form ;
Kline served as the deputy chiefof of naval officers who were to
Joint Command and Control decide if Russ was qualified as
Requirements group with the organization 4 L1y a naval aviator to take part in
for two years: before aircraft carrier operations.He {t r
taking the command here last won his case. A v e1
,, month. Russ who was Florida's co- y
>.,. The award was presented to counsel to F. Lee Bailey in the
Captain Kline by the newly { s State of Florida vs. Dr. Carl
appointed chief of Naval Air Coppolino took time off from E; :iz
Technical Training, RAdm. his law practice to qualify as :; ,
an attack carrier pilot.
Ernest ,E. Christensen
0 LCDR JAMES RUSS USHR Orlando criminal /lawyer, faced
******** He was pan of a composite an
AO School Honorman: AA A4B reserve unit which spent one hit biggest '/'fugdes Friday, In the form of naval officers,
v R.L. Willis 89.00. Honor Class: M f1 two weeks of special active'duty as he completed/ landing and bunching operations.
.\ 723A 473.67 points.AE YfIW11iM1 training. It was the second time
School Honorman: AA CAPT. R. P. KLINE. CO of since the Korean War that ready VP-30 Gets New OIC
Patrick J. Mulcany Class 708, NATTC; was awarded the reserve pilots have qualified in
94.97. Jplnt Services CommendationMedal. carrier landing and launching
I, ******** / /. RAdm/ E. ,Christensen operations."It Cdr. Thomas E.Curry relieved Val our (AVP-55)) as engineeringofficer
They reported from Patrol pinned the medal on the Caption has been 14 years, since Cdr. John M. Rusch as officer deploying to the Middle
Squadron 16, are both in AE/A Kline. I made a carrier landing, "said in charge Patrol Squadron 30, East. Commander Curry served
I Detachment Jacksonville during with Patrol Squadron 24 prior to
School, have the same Orange School in over a year. AE3 Russ a cigar-smoking pilot who .
ceremonies here July 17. joining Patrol Squadron 30 in
Park address and have the
same Samuel E. Margadonna has com- made several touch-and-go land After four weeks of Broadcast 1963.
(. name. They are father and son, pleted 11 weeks of school as a ings aboard this carrier some 50 Officer School at Ft. Benjamin His tour with the Jacksonville
the first such twosome in AE member of Class 719. His father miles off the coast of Pensacola. Harrison Ind., Cdr. Rusch will Detachment was interrupted
\ AEC Thomas A. Margadonna, "The whole complexion car- be reporting to Commander Iceland while he attended the U.S. Naval
NFO 'r.I.. arrived July 15 to begin dutyas rier training has changed since Defense Force, l \. \ an instructor in Phase I. the last time I landed aboard one"' Iceland for duty as public affairs
\ said Russ.
f officer.A .
Delays Mud MIIII.I .
\ CWO S.W. DeLoach Jr., told Service Force native' of West Virginia,
r The Navy Finance Office has members of Class 705 that "this Commander Curry graduated
\ announced that due to the new should not be the end it shouldbe Seeks from Marshall University witha
S programming on machines for the beginning." The class of DiversService Bachelor of Arts degree in
\ Freedom Shares and the exces- six men graduated from AO/B Force U.S. Atlantic August 1950.Commander.
) sive workload during the recent School July 18. Receiving cer- Fleet is seeking men to volun- Curry entered'the
Bond Drive the bonds for tificates of course completionfrom
pay teer for a 10-week Diver Second Navy through the Naval Aviation
period ending July 1, 1967 will Warrant Officer DeLoach Class course, which-convenes
and completion -
Cadet Program
be deJa d. were John M. Ackerman, A01 upon
} August 8 at Norfolk Va. Com-
\ of advanced flight trainingat
The bonds will be mailed Donnie L. Banks A02 MichaelE.
as pletion of, the diving training
Hutchinson I Kan.,in December
Francis B.
4 soon as possible and it is hoped course makes available to the 1952 received his commission
: will not be in Carter, A02 William L. Coates.
they delayed the divers.assigmnent'throughout the *1f
future. and A01 Paul R. Lange. fleet.. and was designated a naval avia
tor. ,
I Personnel interested in volunteering
for divers school, or Commander Curry,after serving ,
I, : obtaining additional Information a tour with Patrol Squadron
Ipz1Jw WESCONNETTFLORIST concerning requirements, can Six returned to Hutchinson!Kan.
contact the Educational Services as a flight instructor.Later .
i Office Bldg. 955 served aboard the USS

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MOVIES will be shown HAS JAX ."!::4l i
0" CLUB: Tonight is Beefeaters' Buffet from 6 to 10 p.m.. SS

at the NAS Jax Theatre thru Tomorrow evening Dick Strock will present the musical enter- SS ti'':II:.......:....;.;.;...,,:, ';...""' """""' ''ifio''N>''' '' .. ..'.:..{.....,.""" .,...:..M. .>.....:..h4'.........:....'":'" :'
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday tainment from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Johnny Jelinek will appear at .
Saturday. There will also be a the club on Saturday evening from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
matinee at 2 p.m. on. aturdAYS., Ads shfuld be mailed Ic the Holt Publishing' Company
Sundays and holidays. Thellospital CPO CLUB: All pizzas going for $.75 today. Western music 1950 Blending' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 lo arrive'
Theatre will have one weekly' by Mark Castle ,will be presented tonight. Tomorrow evening not latei than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field features a seafood special for $1.25. Music will be by Mark Castle. day. Ad arriving' too late for this. deadline wilt be pub shed:
will have two shows during the The Bud Clark Combo will play for dancing pleasure Saturday the following week unless the publisher is instructed cher-
your A check order for the full cost of the ad must
wise. or
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m, evening. Try the 10 oz. serlion steak for $1.65. money
inees will be shown on week- be received WITH the copy for the -d.

ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY BLUEJACKETS INN
: The Redcoats make the scene tonight from DO NOT SEND CASH

July 27 8 9 p.m. to midnight. Tomorrow Phil Cay and the Chantels will appear RATE: Minimum cha.... ((3 lintt). .,. ., . .42.00P I,
from p.m.2 to 6 a.m. The Sixteens are featured Saturday afternoon .r additional line ((4 words per I5n.). . .0.50
NAS: "ONE MILLION YEARSB. to p.m. The Chances take over the spotlight from 9 p.m.to S
C.": with Raquel Welch and a.m.
John Richardson. ( 99 Min.) (
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Tonight features the Page Five. Jim Glynes
: and his band will 1964 BUICK Spec. Deluxe. 1- FOR RENT: 2 BDR HOUSE
appear tomorrow eveni .Sunday evening the
: with Elvis Presleyand Page Five will present the musical entertainment. The weekend owner., like new. Full pwr., Furn., or unfurn., Air., Orange '
Ursula Andress. ( 108 Min) dinner special is half a ribeye steak for $1.35. Tuesday Is Family inc. AC. 5 new tires, Must Park. Will rent to TAD Per -
C. : sacrifice at bargain price. 768 soimel or Bachelors 2646884.
Night, featuring $ for
PERS" with Tommy Kirk and a spaghetti dinner, priced at .75 the adults
Little Richard((95 Min.) and $.40 for children. A Beefeater's Special is on the menu for $1.35 2992.

on Bachelors Night, Wednesday evening. "REAL ESTATE: We will help
you Buy, Sell or Invest.
NAS: "HELL ON WHEELS": DIAL Bowen Real Estate Realtor:

with Marty Robbins and ,John BEACON CLUB. Tonight is game ,night at the club with a" O MATIC USN Retired 384-1376 .. "
Ashley. (126 Min.) $.60, Veal Cutlet Special being offered. The Strangers will CONSOLE MODEL SEWING MA- .
HOSPITAL' "ONE MILLION fill the club with.all the lastest sounds after the games. The Form- BRAND NEW ZIGZAG
CHINE Must in
YEARS B; C.": with Raquel ations will swing Friday night and the Holiday's on Saturday night. A 1 place your makes area. Domestic sewing ma. out of lay-,
shape, zig-zags,
Sunday night Is fun the Club with Phil and the
night at Kay
Welch and John Richarson. ( 99 go-go button holes, fancy designs sews'on a-way. Buttonholes fancy designs -
girls appearing. The Twigs the spot-light Monday night, and
Min) buttons etc. Bal. $26.50 cash'or
appliques, monograms -
C. FIELD: "WELCOME TO then the Holiday's come back for a return engagement on Tuesday Sold for trms.
night. Wednesday night will be change of night with music etc. new over
and Janice Rule.( 113 Min.) by Mel Gaden.
pay balance $63. or assume $8. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 7719106at

SATURDAY, July 29' ORF. .Luncheon Is served daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday monthly payments. Will take Jammes Road
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i-. Page 10' JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER July 27 4967 1i 1

IntramuralSefffbali Marines Score In Hornets Win s

i"'Ij i : All-Coiners Meet In 9 Innings

*,. I The VA 44 "Hornets" came .i

; Amd/Admin./ ((14)) VA 72 ((0)) Cpl Willie Collins: paced the from behind to cut the feathers E
members of the Marine Barracks of the VA 45 "Blackbirds"In ;
1 t 11\. Jim Lee was the winning pit- track team by taking a second this exciting contest. !i
; cher for the double "A's" in place in the pole vault with 12 Going into the bottom half of ,
... this slugfest that only went five feet; third In the discus,and thirdin the seventh inning the Hornets
f \, innings. A rule in the NAS Cecil the 220 yard dash. Lcpl K were behind 9 to 5, but with I 1
i IM league calls the game complete Howard Reeves won the shot put determination and a bit of luck j
: if the home team is lead- with a toss of 44 feet and 7 Don Tuffner the Hornets left
I' ing by ten or more runs after inches. The,mile relay team of y t fielder hit a grand slam home ,
s five innings. Petty paced AMD/ Collins, Reeves Qiristman, and I r ADMIN at the plate with two Dempsky took second place'witha r 4
home runs.AmdAdmin.. time of 3.46.7. Going into extra Innings the
,' (15)) FAETU ((5)J ) WO Bill Kneff, also of the Hornets brought home the baconin
= '1 Bolstering their second half Marine Barracks Jax Naval Air the bottom of the ninth as
record. AMD/ADMIN had little Station,' took a second in the 100 '0. D. McGhee led off with a
J,\,' trouble winning over FAETU in yard dash and the 220 yard dash. single and stole second. Marine
five innings. Homeruns were This was third AU-O:>mers sacrificed to put McGhee on third
hit by Petty and Marshall meet, held at Paxon High, and and Don Tufiner who just two
for AMD/ADMIN. Bob Hunter the Marines are hoping for a Innings before brought a new
and Arnold finals of the All- Cecil Golfers to the Sixth Naval/ District tourney.
; was the winning pitcher victory at the prepare go light on the game was up to bat.
.; :. was tagged with the loss. Comers Track Meet to be heldat Tuffner hit a single to bring In
.; Amd/Admln./ (13)) Condors (3)) Paxon High School.. Cecil Golfers QualifyFor McGhee and win the game forthe M
IM SOFTBALL STANDINGS Hornets. Dinkins was the i winning
"A's" continued
The Double pitcher, for VA 44.
'1 to show there offensive punch in Softball Second Half TourneyEight
.. this contest as they were once Team Lost
Son The final score was VA 44
again able to wrap up the gamein Adm/Admin. 1HeUrazors
five innings. Bob Hunter pick- 8 1 station and; fleet golfers taken and are going to the tour- Hornets 10 and the VA 45
ed up the victory allowing two Weapons 8 1 from Cecil Field have qualifiedto nament. They are; LCDR Ger- Blackbirds 9.
'", hits and striking out 12. Hunter Medical : '9 2 participate in the Annual 6ND aldine A. Witt, Family Service I
Petty and Fox enjoyed a perfect Hornets 5 2 Naval District Golf Tournamnetto Officer, Women's Division. CF Volleyball ,
i night at the plate. Marines 6 4 be held at NAS Pensacola.The Thomas McGriff. Athletic Dir-
Amcl/Aclmln. o-Hellrazors( ) ((6)) Bluehawks 3 4 tournaments dates are 29 ector of Cecil Field noted last
"A's" Blackbirds 5 6 July until 5 August. week that LCDR Witt being the
I The double put on a StandingsTeams
fine, caliber of ball including FAETU 4 6 Those going for Cecil Field only Wave at Cecil and a Golfer -
are pictured above. They are J gives Cecil Field a lOOfy
t by Bagent Kimi VFP 62 4 6 ;:
timely hitting Won Lost '
\ ball and With the battery Rampagers 6 (from left to right), AFCM Raymond participation in a sport. Lt. .
i of Jim Petty.Lee and Jack Kim- COndors 9 7 E. Stokley ofVA-45,Sen- Milton T. Hurst. Senior Divi- Weapons # 1 2 0 I,
r}' the AMD/ADMIN team kept Smoke Eaters 2 11 ior Division; A03 Robert E. Reese sion, and LtJg Ronald E. Mc- VF 62 1 0.
ball the undefeated Hellrazors under VC 4 0 13 of Weapons Open Division; Leod Open Division will also be VA 44 1 '0- o O
I DT3 Patrick J. Thomas of Den- participating.The VA-174 1. 'i
I control. In talking to Jim Lee,
/#2 ,
tal Open Division;; PRCS DaleL. O'-I
,4\ of the AMD/ADMIN Marines
manager Roberts Division members of the team will 0 1 ,,
with the MISS THE WANT ADS? AMD Open
1 I Ir he said "Now
( team that ; and AFCM Marion F.Jones be leaving Cecil Field Saturday VA-172 0 2 f.1 ',
\h! well rounded team we SEE PAGe 9 AMD Senior Division. morning 29 July, and will be VA-86 0 0 a
I! have. I think we are going to Three Golfers were unable to staying at NAS Pensacola for the I
\ be hard to beat.s H
= be present when the picture was duration of the tournament.


',' VFP-62 27 9 BY Dave Jusievticz Sports Editor/

AMD 211/2 ,141/2 -
w Cecil; vouch for those
Bass tend the can
*" 21 11: to stay out in
-'r' COMPLETE Yellowwater 16 20 deep water: during the daylight plastic worms for he brought in
t CUimu Missiles 15 1/2 20 1/2 hours as many local fisherman a nine and a half pound bass
TV Service NAMTD 14 20' have found. It is sometimes pos- just last week with one. ,
.t : S-A-l-E DEPARTMENT Marines 12 20 sible to reap a rich harvest by The jig goes to the end to find
of the bottom. The worm hangs
dragging dissimilar
a pair
ON ALL NEW and/ USED t BRING THIS AD AND Ind. Three Game High lures on and close to the bot- off a dropper a couple 'of feet r

-: Bid HAM RECEIVE A 1. Youngblood-NAMTD-5 tom. A good combination for this up the leader and, as it tends1 '
CI 2. Burns-Blackshoes-590 is a lead headed jig and a to rise, stays clear of the wee- 1J;
EqilpneafPrces. t 50% LI 3. Vaughn-Blackshoes-572 floating. plastic worm. J. BailIWESCONNETT -. growth. Sometimes the worm ,o:'
brings in the customers, some -
Slashed DISCOUNT ON ANY LI LIOn times the jig, and every so often .jJ
/ FURNITURE CO. the pair hits the Jackpot with a :
All Major/ e TV TUBES NEEDED double. ,
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J, I Freight Salvage Easy Credit/ Terms between, but the heavier lure 4.
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I II I SALE for It also served as the r
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MONEY IN 1 DAY end piece protrudes from the knotat ,J
Complete/ Selection Of Colors and Equipment right angles it tends to keep

Including coupes and fastbacks, high-perform' the lure away from the leader.If .
$25 to $600 the end lure the
once or economy engines, four-speed or automatic snags upper
lure is saved.If
transmissions with or without air conditioning. BY PHONE
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Editor, The AfterburnerBox 111
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I July 27 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pope 11 ....

1{ Whistling In The Rigging :. Jax Atlantic Chief Tennis Cops Senior Title .....1

i Fleet Air Wing Eleven's Master Wilson captured the top spot
-" By S. Hering Chief C.L. Wilson has toppedthe Atlanrfr. Coast play last year,
f Atlantic Coast Tennis Tour- but the all-Navy tourney was can
fI nament's senior division for the celled.
second year in a row.
I First in importance is the lately, you aren't seeing things. A few of us went down to the Wilson, along with Cdr. Albert His quest for this year's title
r urgently needed maintenance. and A launching took place at NJSC Rudder Club Saturday night to W. Bradbury, of NATTC, won the began with the Sixth Naval Dis-
I repair to our fleet. two weeks ago with little fan- meet with old salts and see a doubles competition by default. trict Tournament at Pensacola.
d Bruce AUigood. the club's first fare but a great deal of senti- really first class film On the Chief Wilson traveled to Alameda From there he went to the Atlantic -
lieutenant Is overseeing the project -. ment.. 1964 America's Cup Races. Calif., this week to play Coast Tournament at Bainbridge -
and will welcome brain and Grundoon, a miniature two- Commodore Milt Roberts is already lnthe all-Navy tennis ,tourney. Md.
E brawn. masted schooner,arose from the counting on us for full
'; Please come by the clubhouse ashes of a defunct Beetle throughthe representation at their Labor SUMMER TIME 'sUtliiEST
I and offer your help. The Junior effots of our ex-Vice Com- Day Regatta. ,
: Sailing Program will be con modore Phil Thibodeau. August 4 will be the second TIME for AUTO PAINTING!
: cluded August 4, and by then we She wears NJSC NAS Jax on and last Junior Regatta, closingthe
I hops to have every seaworthy her transom and carries the Junior Sailing Program for SPECIAL..4O S5
I hull in the water.America's spirit of the club with her. She's the summer. It promises to be SUMMER
fans probably mighty yare and has already bigger and better than the last. .economy
.' feel the lack cur current news been sailed by many of The races will take place from -I: STANDARD QUALITY. 49t95
i about the preliminary trials in our skippers.The 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with awards Wrecker ServIce Now Avof We- Phone 777-7255
Newport R.I. At the moment. second race of the Tri- immediately following.
t it seems that Intrepid will rep- Club summer series on July 16 PD u 2& PAINT AND BODY SHOP 8110 103rd St.
resent the U.S., but the final was another windless "near dis Salty sez: Avast all ye lubbers _

trials beginning August 5 will aster" requiring almost four who show up ready to sail .....11I I IIIA..IJII_... --...Uw.rrw _ui .r miiiii r
tell the tale. The actual races hours to finish the first race. wearing boots, hard-soled shoes,
begin in September. Even so, Navy lax Jim Glisson loafers, and other unseamanlike WELCOME ABOARD!
Another ocean racer has tied FYC's George Baldwin Jr. footgear. Keelhauling is too
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1 I.: !; r; ?/"< Fliers Split .,' ,Pair with Robins I II II

-- -- -- -
: I wIfiJ1MiU-FF I
The Jax Fliers softball team fielder Branson in the fifth deprived scoring action again as he went ?
j traveled to Robins AFB, Ga., the Jax right tender pfa two for three in the second game..
1 over theweekendandsplitadoub- no-hitter lie doubled in the fourth and -3 -XT
}' leheader with the Air Force Robins squared the series in then scored on double off the bat i
v I squad. the second contest 4-1 on four of Lou Rada. I
r ,. Sax took the opener 3-0 behind hits. Sax manged seven hits in Rada was thrown out trying to
the one-hit pitching of Vorr the final game but failed to score stretch his hit into a triple.
? (, : McClure (VP-30)). Every member more than one run.: Paul SwalmNATTQ( )was given
,\) I I .I of the starting squad collect Don Jackson"was In on the the loss for the fliers.
I ed a hit for Jacksonville exceptone

t eight, man hits.as, the team gathered. VP-30 Ready for FinalVW4's

The Fliers were out in order pitching ace Bernie Chapa picked up his 17th intramural
during the first two innings before the 6-5 decision over
victory Tuesday night in pacing squadron to a
with hit in the
coming up a COMFAIRJAX.VW4 .
'; third. Coach Frank McCaffI scored three runs in the second inning and was leading at WILSON
I 'rey's squad opened the gap in 3-2 at the end of five. COMFAIRJAX picked uptwo runs in the sixth -
the fourth by scoring three runs
frame and VW-4 collected three.
on three hits and a sacrifice. In the COMFAIR half of the seventh the game was nearly tied & BLAND ING
I Lou Rada (VP-30))) reached first.on fly VW-4 centerfielder Chuck Troyer
up on a long to center.
a Robins error after Don made a perfect throw to the plate cutting down the tying run to
I .
Jackson (VAH-62)) grounded out. ,save the game for the squadron. -I PHONE 5PM341or I
Leftfielder Bob Brown (Naval
Patrol Squadron 30 remains the only unbeaten team in'the double
; Recruit Training Center) drove elimination tourney and will meet the winner of last night's VW-4, SP1-6601
; 1 in Jackson andRada with a homer
NARTU contest this afternoon at 4 p.m. The championship game is
.S'' for the three run rally.
)'p scheduled for MacRoth field.
:" Cliff Ormsby (VW-4)) then collected :VP-30 beat NARTU Monday night 3-0, putting the reserve training Red Oweis-USN Ret. Manager
4 a sharp single but was, unit into the loser's bracket.In .
left stranded. that contest, Von McClure struck out 15 in posting his 14th VACATION SPECIALS!
The locals were downed in
intramural victory this season. The righthander gave up one hit
order in the fifth before collect to NARTU's Ken Winkle. Lou Rada collected two of the patrolmen'ssix
1 ing another hit in the sixth In- hits and drove two runs across the plate. SAVE UP TO $400.00
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4* 0- 0 0<4HH 0- 0- 04Ba o.
hits in the last frame but failed

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I APARTMENTS V 8, St., Trans., R & H, Reel with red 'inter-
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62 BUICK "ELECTRA 215"$1395/
Convertible/ Air Conditioned, loaded! All original
UTILITY ROOM EXCURSION FARES : /L :*. real sharp ." : :,-t<; .

Swimming Pool 4 Complete Stop in at the AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE} (JAMTO) 2ND CARS .
'k Laundry Facilities, Bldg. 13, Main Gate Ext. 8377 or 387 2811 0800 to 1700 61 CHEVY GREENBRIAR Ideal ....$595
Monday through Saturday At Mayport Disbursing Office for Camper.
Neor School Both Private'' Bldg, T 24 every Thursday 0800 to 1500. 60 RAMBLER 4DR SS., 6 Cy//.. .' $395
and Parochial 62 TR 4.$
& Shopping Center 60 T BIRD 2DR. HIT, V 8. .5595

; PHONE 771-8844 Mon. Fri. 8:30 A. M. 'til 9:00 P. M.

RESIDENT MGR.'APT '7 OFFICE nuuK Sat. 8:30.a) M. ftil 6:00: P.. M.

D. W. :PrieM, USN (Ret) Open Sunday -12 noon 'til 6:00 P. M.

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