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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are th4))|opkaa olMWconsidered an official expression of any i
'military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. ).

VOL. 25 NO. 25 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 14, 1967 I

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=;r Safety Conference Ends Today;


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General Delivers Key SpeechUrging



the Navy's safety experts to be alert for new ideas and aggressive in presenting programsto
'k'0 commands, Brig. Gen. Robert S. Fairburn set the working pace for the Navy Department's East Coast
iI' Regional Safety Conference which winds up today In Jacksonville. General Fairburn who commands::
;: the Marine Corps Supply Center, Aban] / a.,delivered the keynote talk as the conference opened Mondayat
the Hotel Robert Meyer. The general spoke following welcome aboard remarks by RAdm. J. S.

"rJ'0 Dorsey,..commandant! Sixth Naval District Admiral Dorsey expressed his favor of the conferences.:
r saying, they enable saiety engineers -
safety officers and safety -
t' h programs administratorsto
get together to exchange i-
deas and profit from one another's !
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"i 'y >". \ experience.
a- In explaining that the Navy's

VAefo. Alexander/ S. Hayward safety program was recognizedlast
THREE STARS AND A STRIPE year with the President's .
chief of Naval/ Air Training, chats with Naval/ ReserveAR annual Safety Award, the two -

Maurice Fraizer during the admiral's Informal inspection star officer quoted President
Johnson as stating, "we want the
of NARTU Saturday. federal government to set standards -
of safety that will be cop-

New Answer Forms Set ied Admiral by public Dorsey aoo private outlined groups.the"

development of a new Navy safe-

For February PO ExamsPersonnel ty reviewing review board and investigating which has been all

anticipating taking a promotion test in February will phases of safety within the sea
not have to spend the closing minutes of their testing period punchingout services. The board is taking a
holes in an answer card. look at ship design, ship safety '
The Navy has designed a new answer sheet which will eliminate alternations, research and development + NrsS'a"
the need to circle answers and then punch holes. Answers will be nuclear reactor
marked in pencil on the new sheets and then fed through the Exam- safety, vehicles, ordnance, avia-
ining Center's new optical scanner, which in turn will feed infor- tion and recreation, as, well as
mation into acomputer system. home safety for military per-
Under the old system ,if,,a test, taker made a mistake in the sonnel and their'dependents. ?,
answer card, he had to quickly punch out a new card within the "In his'Monday morning speech, "a
time allocated for taking the promotion tests. General Fairburn said the Pre- KEY SPEECH -- Marine Brig. Gen. Robert S. Fairburn urges
Besides allowing the maximum time for selecting answers sident's Safety 70 program has safety delegates to wage aggressive war against accidents
the new sheets will contain all Information needed by the Naval "provided a long needed impe- during Monday speech.
Examining Center for computing final multiple. The system should tus to our whole program of
safety personnel are fighting anew
speed the center's Job of scoring tests and le.ttingenlisted's knowi safety. magic solutions the general
Mission Safety 70 was established urged the attending professional war with valid safety tactics,
they should buy new crows or not.
Beginning next January, the military leadership exams will be to cut the loss of man safety engineers to never stop but progressive ideals must be
administered and graded by individual commands. The center will hours and material within the building a progressive and effective sought to upgrade.safety pro-
still prepare the tests and supply commands with testing materials.The Defense establishment.caused by safety program.He grams within every command.The .
the basis of accidents. urged the delegates to start safety record will show
center will supply a test and scoring key on one
examination for approximately 10 candidates. Pointing; out "there are no a revolution in terms of new con- your achievements he told the
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cepts in order to slash accidentsand delegates.
Off USS Niagara to obtain new Ideas and me-
thods for effective safety pro- Loiigtr Liberty
Historic Sea Chest
Ladies Donate grams.
I The Marine officer said that
every accident caused by a safe Units OvtliMdit
From War of 1812 Sailing VesselThe ty violation or every accident
caused by undetected tension, or In another move to grant long
The Naval Historic Display }got together and decided to donate desk part of the chest has a an Individual who should not have er liberty hours to Naval personnel -
Center in Washington has addeda the chest section burned away where some- been on the Job for some reason, the Chief of Naval Operations -
combination sea chest and desk The ladies said that they have' one spent hours writing by can- gives the program a demerit., under Navy Regulations
to its collection of Navy artifacts used the chest as a storage cab- dlelight. Stressing the utllmate successof can now authorize 96 hour
thanks to the cooperation and inet for years and have referred The air station's supply de any program he told the delegates liberty under special circum-
generosity of two Jacksonvilleladies. to It as the Niagara." partment will prepare and crate that,safety training must stances.A .
Inside a drawer is scrawled the desk for shipment to Wash- recognize Importance oi safe- recent examination of leave,
The chest, donated by Mrs. "Aft Steerage Nlajura." Th* ington. ty attitudes plus the influences and liberty determined that the
Robert W. Perdue and her sister of tension and:! stress and the extention of the authority for 96-
Miss Hazel G. Little, came from motivation for safe behavior on hour liberty to Fleet units as
the job. well as shore activities could
USS Niagara a two mast
square -- rigged vessel and In conclusion General Fair compensate for some of the demands
veteran of the Battle of Erie burn told the conference that on Navy personnel which
during the War of 1812.It prevent their taking normal a-
was to the Niagara that Forrestal Fuid Aids mounts of liberty.

Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry Fire Victim Relatives Under the new policy,96-hour
transferred his command after I liberty will not be considereda
his flagship Vas sunk by the A USS Forrestal fund to pro- substitute for leave.
British in early September 1813. vide educational aid to dependent -
After defeating the British squad- children of victims of
ron in the war's most.important the fire aboard the carrier July I I[News Briefs |I '
sea battle Perry sent his fam- 29 has1 beed established by theofficers !
ous message "We have met the and men serving aboard
RAdm. H. H. Caldwell commander -
enemy and they are ours. the ship.Contributionsf.
The sisters' father, George W. 1 rom the men on FLEETAIRJAX will kick
6 w" 1 off the 1968 Combined Federal
Little, obtained the chest over 4 board now total $15.000. Class
90 years ago when he was work- 709 at the Officers Candidate Campaign at NAS Sax in a meet-
Ing as a gatekeeper at the Char- School Newport R. I. contributed ing at King Hall at 10 a.m.Tues-

lestown, Mass shipyard. Miss $726.00. day.All '''the'
Little said her father took the : The Navy League Chapter at commanding officers
job after returning from the Indian Norfolk, Va. is providing as campaign chairman and key men
wars. sistance in collecting funds and from the air station and tenant
in Wash- .. establishig trust activities are urged to attend
Mrs. Perdue was .. .-' an appropriate
ington earlier this year and told :" i: ..-....-. under the coordination of Nor- the meeting. In addition to Ad-

the that the Display family Center's owned the director historic DONATE CHEST Mrs. Perdue, ((1)) oiwf_Miss/ L'Hie"paint out man C. Wilcox.Contributions. to the fund maybe miral chairman Caldwell of the Jacksonville Robert Milius.United -

chest. After correspondence writing In chest drawer to Capt. D.A. Hempson, HAS supply sent to: The Forrestal Mem- Fund will speak at the meet-

.7 with the center following herr officer (r) and Cd/,. H.L. Donald, executive officer, before orial Trust, P.O.Box3000Nor- ing. This year's campaignwill
C.. return to Jacksonville, the ladies chest Is shipped to Historic Display Center folk, Va. 23415. run ,through October 28;,


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Lend A Helping HandRemember ROMAN. Edward's CATHOLICSt. Chapel M


SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
your first date -- how nervous you were and: how you c r
and 11 .
wondered just exactly what, you would say as you met your girl's a.m.DAILY ,
parents for the first time? It was a new experience and you didn'tknow MASS11:30a.m.. v t yY
SATURDAY MASS 9:00
just what to expect. a.m. ,,
Even though the circumstances are different that the "firstdate" CONFESSIONS - Saturday' A.
experience for many people] it's very difficult for them to 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&-7:30 p.m.

move: into a new place, make friends aDd get acquainted with their .
new surroundings. It's just human nature for people to be some- U.S. Naval Hospital :
what uneasy and apprehensive when a new and different experience
confronts them.
k
SUNDAY MASS - -8
Service personrel move from place to place many times for different a.m. .

tours of duty and some get used to the changes and adapta-
tions they have to make. However, many people in service never PROTESTANTAll \
get used to the changes, and it's always an ordeal for them when II ; I I

they go to a new place to get settled. / Seint Chapel BCQ HUMORS C*. ft. L. Do*.M, HAS .x.cuHw ."'c.\

Sure, there are personnel at the different bases to help the presents BEQ Howormon Certificate to the August Ito".,...,
serviceman get checked in and placed where he is to work, but DIVINE
SERVICE 10a.m.
Edward
looks
AMS3 W. DarJen, .* AMSC R. D. Johnson/ on.
this is not all it takes to make an individual feel settled and at SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.

ease. Chapel Annex BIdg. 722
It is a job for everyone to be as helpful as they can to try to make CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m. AMD Sailor Selected
the new comers feel at home when they arrived aboard NAS Jax. Chapel Center. Bldf. 751
Lend a helping hand, offer a smile of encouragement, and say WEDNESDAY

"Welcome aboard," when you meet people just arriving at MAS. Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m.
AugustHonormari
It may put you out of your way to help out a new comer, but rem- THURSDAY

ember that you may be moving to a different base someday and Young Aduk Group 7 p.m.
how nice it will be if someone offers you a helping hand. Christian Science Service AMS3 Edward W. Darden was For his achievement, Dardenwas

It's a pleasant experience when a person is greeted and warmly -8 pun.' presented with a certificate nam- awarded a special liberty of
welcomed to a new place, and it makes the ordeal of getting set- SECOND MONDAY of Each Month ing his achievements and accom- 72 hours together with recognition -

tled just a little easier.Now Chapel Women's Guild plishments as he was named as including the displayof
-------9:30a.m. the Bachelor Enlisted Honormanof his picture in various locationson

Is The Time \(Chapel Center) the Month of August.The cere- the base.
monies were held in the executive Darden is attached to the Air-

officer's office Friday morning.In craft Maintenance Department,
Personal affairs, is a subject that is often overlooked and ignored. U.S. Naval Hospital' a letter toDarden's parents, and his quarters are Barracks A.

Some servicemen who are single have the mistaken opinion that Executive Officer H. L. Donald
only married men with families and extensive personal property haveto SUNDAY SERVICE-- --10 a.m. Jr., acting commanding officer
worry about such hings. the station wrote of Darden. NROTC ixm

Unfortunately, some married servicemen also fail to put their Heir VfefiQM "This unique and highly prized

personal affairs in order and keep their families informed simply award was made on the basisof Dill I Is SetThe
because they be around for a long time and want to avoid Edward's personal motivation,
the discussion of"what to do if something happens to me." Trmsfcr PolicyThe attention to duty and leadershipand test date for the natioal

Personal affairs cover a wide range of individual subject matter in setting the example of Naval Reserve Officers Training
and involve more that letting your next of kin know where your Navy has established A neatness and cleanliness for his
Corps examinationNROTQ( ) has
bank book and automobile title is located. reassignment policy for officers shipmates to follow, which reflects -
been set for December 9. Eli-
There and documents that and enlisted who have much credit himselfand
are
a great many personal papers must men upon gible high school seniors and
be included in considering your personal affairs. Wills, bank been wounded two or three timesin the United States naval ser- graduates must submit their

books, insurance policies, deeds, stock certificates, power of at- Vietnam. vice." plication before November ap-17.
torney, etc., are extremely important and must be kept up-to- Bureau of Naval Personnel Instruction The regular NROTC
TraffIc program
date. 1300.39 says Person-
offers an opportunity for
Equally important, however, is keeping your family informed of .nel who are ((1)) wounded .on two young
the benefits to which they are entitled if you should die on active separate occasions and require ViolationsThe man to gain a regular commis-
sion while studying of
at
duty, in retirement or as a veteran.In hospitalization in excess of 48 one
the 52 NROTC and
addition to making sure you have your insurance policies, hours for each wound, or ((2)) following is a report of universities. The colleges furnishes
discharge certificates, financial records, property deeds, etc. wounded three times regardlessof motor vehicle accidents and traf- Navy :
tuition fees books uniforms "
in order and in one central location, take the time to discuss the nature of the wound or fic violations for the periods ,

such things as death gratuity, Dependency and Indemnity. Compensation treatment required for each September 511. $50 plus a subsistence month to allowances the of- t'

burial expenses payments, social security paymentswidows'and wound, while serving in Vietnam Number of Accidents .per midshipmen.
orphans loans and assistance, and the multitude of other bene-. and/or waters adjacent thereto This Week ---------7
fits and assistance available to your family. become eligible for transfer. Total Accidents this year through Upon graduation of college and !

There are three basic rules you can follow concerning your Enlisted personnel who qualify September 11 - -259 completion of military require-
personal affairs: Compile a comprehensive record of your assets for reassignment under the Instruction Number of Accidents through ments, the midshipmen are commissioned I"

and liabilities and all important documents. Keep these records and will be given ordersas September 1966 - -268 as a regular officers 1ft
documents in one place and make sure your family knows where they outlined by Bureau of Naval Total number of days since in the Navy or Marine Corp and f'

are located. Discuss your family's rights and benefits as survivorsof Personnel Notices upon comple- last injury in a motor vehicle gc on active duty with the operating f

a serviceman or veteran so they know what to expect. tion of any hospitalization.The accident ----------2 forces.

You owe it to your wife, your children, or your parents to put commanding officer of an Number of Violations The program is available to 'f
your affairs in order TODAY so they will know what to do and whatto officer who is wounded under This Week - - -77 male high school seniors and .

expect If it becomes necessary TOMORROW. (AFPS) the above criteria will advise Speeding -------8 graduates who will have reached
,
their 17th but not 21st birthday
the Chief of Naval Personnel of
Going through Stop Sign -4
by July 1.1968.
the officer's location, duty status
Other Violations -65
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1968'NROTC bulletins of information .;.
and duration
Chaplains expected anyhos-
Message Forty one drivers appeared and forms
application

pitalization. '
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat are available from local high ,\1

MORALE is not a lot of little things -- CORRECTIONIn the meeting held on Tuesday. school counselors and local Na- :;
A cup of coffee, a pack of cigarettes, Disposition of the cases included from
last week's Jax Air News, vy recruiting stations, or
the following Six lost
A pillow to sleep on, an extra dollar in the pay check. the story concerning the BEQ : drivingand the Chief of Naval Personnel
parking privileges aboard
These things may build contentment Honorman reported that AZAN station for various Twelve (Pers B6411)), Department
But MORALE: is something more.It Cunningham was attached to were assigned periods to completean { of the Navy, Washington, D. C.

the Administration Division. 20370.
is a quality of the Spirit, eight hour course in remedial -
Cunningham works in the
Which makes one resolute when contentment is gone, Ground Support Equipment Division driving at NATTC; Two Mtfia MwksBtB Cap :
received suspensions; Four were r,
Brave when reserves have fallen,
of the station's Aircraft
Confident when the earth seems rocking beneath one's feet. Maintenance Department. given warnings; Five ;were Eight fined..were dismissed Twt Wuktri, Mitckts


Morale is what makes a man fight on "
When muscles are aching and every movement is painful The Marine Aviation Detach-

Fight on when strength is spent and nerves are raw, ment's 10-man rifle and pistol
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,Fight on when all seems lost JAX AIR: NEWSThe team took top honors in two
But the will to keep on fighting. shooting events held last Satur-
day and Sunday.

Morale what makes a man smileIn The rifle team, consisting of
the face of death and hell, /AX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper GySguHugo Koski,GySgt.Howard
And when he falls if fall he must .. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, L. Rainier, SSgt CarlB.Sanders,
flames Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, SSgt James P. Hodges, and Sgt
To go down in -- with truimphant shout --
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the
JAX Orson Wolf won 15 of 16 awardsat
VICTORY
Knowing that is
sure. AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public ,Affairs Office the tournament held the
at
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00 noon on Monday
Morale is not an aggregate of things, before publication. News items are welcomed from all Gateway Gun Club Jacksonville
But a great and glorious Something sources Telephone 772 3118 .r 3119. The pistol team, consisting of
So rich that money cannot buy It, GySgt John Maurer, SSgt John
Yet so common that the poorest man may claim it: .: '" Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Polischeck, Cpl John H. Sink,
It is man's basic determination to be decent, :' concerning such should be directed to: SSgt Ronald Christiansen, and

To be strong, to be loyal, to be free. The Holt Publishing Company (1950 Blandinj Blvd. Cpl. James Taylor participated:
in matches in
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755. GainesvilleGySgt.
It is the biggest thing in a man's life, Maurer was the Grand Aggregate

As high as Hope, as deep as Faith, as unfailing as Love.It winner with 1733 out of a pos-
is rooted in religion itself -- VOL. 25 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 14, 1967 sible 1800 points. SSgt, Chris

The clear and unmistakable sign tiansen came in second place with r. -,
That man walks with his hand in the hand of God. 1263 points, and Cpl. Sink took t -
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,i .. One Man's Vietnam"My Career Visiting With The Critic' I


job was to plan military Saigon where a team of American By Marion Drew fl
operations, but when I saw those Doctors worked to put the Talk. Aaagh, garrf, ugh. Here we unneccesarily loud voice does not
kids I walked away from them and boy back on his feet. After five go again. For the past six weeks come through.
wondered what we could do to months of grafting and manipulating If you a Federal employee, all the national television net- I caught the last half hour of
help this country.tI Le Van To was returned to military or civilian, chances are works have been competing with WONDERFUL WORLD OF COL-
"Those kids" were a group of his family, able to join the vil- you've already enrolled in the each other to see which can come OR. It is up to it's usual high stan-
young South Vietnamese children lage games again. Payroll Savings Bond Plan. You up with the most striking ad cam- dard. The creator may be gone
in the Viet Cong threatened vil- As a result of his connectionwith already know how great it is to paign for the new season. They but the spirit is still there.
lage of Cao Lany. Some wantedto Le Van To, Cdr. Cralgh be- watch your nest egg grow larger have been ably assisted by the The Smothers Brothers are
go to school. Some merely came interested in improving the each payday and to see your locals, whose income (is at stake. only mediocre and I think are
wanted to walk and talk. less than adequate school dreams coming closer to reality. As usual this is the best season, capable of far better performance
The American who set out toM facilities in the village.In But how long has it been since the most colorful season, the They were completelyoutclassed
.* arrange this was Cdr.! Neil Craig, addition to helping build a you've increased your allotment? funniest season and the most the night before by Rowan and
., presently AMD officer at Cecil school, The American advisorshad Do yoursavings keep pace with the dramatic season. That dependson Martin, who had little more to
'- Field. His first project was a to face the Viet Cong who growing family responsibilitiesand your viewpoint and my view- brag about.
: small boy who had been badly menanced the area. Cao Lanh is yourincreasedincome? Why point last Sunday night differed MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (Is a
burned by a (phosphorous mortor in the Mekong Delta about 75 not step up your allotment and slightly from the desperate show worth the time. I hope it
. round. Le Van To was not ableto miles southwest of Saigon, and is buy bigger bonds?You'll be sur- enthusiasm of the networks. lasts a while.
stand up straight and could in the path of the Viet Cong com- prise how easy it is to get usedto Curious, I checked out the new Another good propsect is an
not not use his right arm. The ing from Cambodia. It was not un- the idea, and how big a difference shows. The networks respon- old fahioned ghost story.
,accident had happened three usual for the workers to stop it makes in your future.On sible shall remain nameless, to "THE GHOSTBREAKERS" is nota
years before Cdr... Craig's first hammering and shoot for a while December 1, 1965, the in- protect the innocent, and because horror movie and I don't thinkwe
visit. before continuing construction.The erest rate on Series E and H I made it a point to forget them. are likely to see a three
Cdr. Craig arranged to have Le school was connected to a Bonds thru the Payroll Savings The first show I suffered throughand headed gorgon pop out of the
Van To taken. !2--hospital in Catholic! church and was the only Plan will earn Interst at the rate by far the greatest catastrophe woodwork. It is simply an old-
of 4.74oToaoo will reach maturityin I have ever seen was THE fashioned ghost story in a modern
just 4 1/2 short years. MOTHERS IN LAW. For setting and doen.c't set out
If you haven't already joined those of you who have been for- to prove anything. What it does
the Payroll Sa.vbJgs Plan, you tunate enough to miss this bomb, prove is that there are some
owe it to yourself as a favor. Signup it's about a couple of familieswho new things on the tube. It (is
today U. Savings can't stand each other and decidedly different.Do .
Bonds -- one of the finest and their children, who are marriedto
, you disagree? I'd like to
each other. Eve Arden is the"name"
safest investments thru Auto-
hear about it. Write the Critic
star and her brand of
matic Payroll Savings Plan.
Box 111, NAS Cecil Field,32215.HARIJEVPAVIDSOIM .
YOUR delicate: sarcasm delivered in an
THEN WATCH
SECURITY GROW!! ,...,.,.........,...,.-,........".="'..........n-. ..";' '
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: Savings Bonds have '
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are .an even better investmentnow.

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The Children of NAS Jox 384.1690':':

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educational facility in the area. he wrote to churches In the Uni-
It had two rooms and one teacherfor ted States and solicited help from
156 children. Father Doan Americans in Viet Nam. Apart
Huy Chuong was in charge. from his duties as a member of
Father Doan Huy received no General Westmoreland's staff,
pay or supplies from the govern he bacame a good will ambassa- '. .
ment and had no house. He spent dor.When i::4T!::. s -
his nights in the church or ina Cdr. Craig left Vietnamin
training barracks across the April 1967 the school pro-
road. He hadusedthe two room ject was far from complete and
school since it had been built, workers still had to fight off the REACH FOR YOUR
by the men of the RVN 7th Division Viet Cong, but thanks to him
until the village chief and the surgeons of Saigon WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK
took it under town control. there M
are several dozen child .'
Cdr. Craig set out to obtain ren who now walk and talk nor- CHECK BOOK, PARDNER//
enough money to equip the school mally and a few who may see for
even if the village insisted on the first time. It is one man's way
controlling it. On his own time to win a war.I s > s
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I : VP-5 Rescues Chinese FlyersTwo 1 NATTC: bUri Th SetH I I


Chinese Nationalist Air to be searched and other detailsof lieved downed, the co pilotLt. Illy Tfn n Rmker

; Force flyers are alive and grate- the flight, the enlisted crew- (J.j g.) L. H. Jordan, spotteda One can read music, but the Several weeks ago there were
ful today because of a combined men made final preparations to life raft. Lieutenant Jullie other has no musical knowledge cups around NATTC with labels
r search and rescue effort which launch the big P 3 A Orion. turned the plane and descendedto whatever. Success seems to be that asked for donations to help
included an Air Force search Less than an hour after JSARC 200 feet for a closer look, and theirs, anyway. Mary and Jodi support a Pop Warner Junior
\ and rescue unit and Patrol Squadron had called, the Orion was air- confirmed that two survivorswere (Mary Lunde, NATTC, and Jodi League football team. Althoughnot
':, Five., borne and proceeding to the area in the raft, waving their Kirby, NAS) are performing many people knew exactly
\ Early one recent morning, at nearly 350 knots. arms. After dropping two smoke regularly at various night spotsin what they were doing when they
Fleet Air Wing 10's operations Nearing the search area, the markers to assure that the area Jacksonville, and have beenon dropped coins in the cups, they
( duty officer at Sangley Point, crew gained radio contact with would be visible from a greater television twice recently.The can now be assured that the mon
Philippines, received a phone the search and rescue on -scene distance, the crew notified the girls are guitar strum- ey was for a worthy cause.
call from the 13th Air Force Joint commander, who was searchingan search commander. min', folk rock blue old- The league is controlled by
Search and Rescue Center area nearby i In a C 130 An Air Force HU 16 Albatross time singin' Waves who taught the Duval County Recreation De-
0SARQ) at Clark Air Force Hercules aircraft. Three British arrived about 30 min- themselves everything they know partment, but it works throughthe
Base. A C 123 transport, destroyers, a British Air Force utes later, landed in the water, about entertainment.It all startedin West Duyal Youth As-
piloted by a Nationalist Chinese Shackleton, and three U. S. Air and picked up the two survivors.. boot camp in August 1966. Not sociation. This association was
crew was overdue on a position Force aircraft were either already It then flew the crewmen to Hong having play guitars before,they started by Charlie H. Benson '
report. involved in the search, or Kong. During the flight, one of wrote and arranged a number that Jr., in order to give I more
The aircraft had taken off from proceeding to the area to begin the survivors related -that he became a regimental song for boys the opportunity to play foot- _
Hain Chu, Taiwan, and had givenits the coordinated search effort. had seen four,possibly five crew recruits. Both sent to this area ball. The boys had previouslybeen
last 'position report when The search and rescue commander men exit the aircraft after it for duty they became room turned away because ofa
southeast of Hong Kong. All efforts passed final instructionsto ditched in the water. An engine mates, bought guitars, and start- lack of space and funds for
to contact the twin engine the Orion crew, and after failure had caused the crash. ed practicing. equipment.To .
transport since then had failed. assuring that all lookout sta Another fatally injured crew Eventually they were askedto obtain funds Benson asked
JSARC requested the Navy's assistance tions were manned, plane com- member was recovered by theU. perform at a bowling banquet NATTC for support (AO School
in the search and mander Lt. M. A. S. Hollister.The .
rescue Jullle turned destroyer held at a club in town. The man- had sponsored a baseball team
operations. the Orion to the first leg of P-3 remained in the ager saw them, heard them and earlier), and he got "the finan-
The operations duty officer immediately the search track. Nearly 1,800 area as long as its fuel supply you know the rest -- up, up, cial assistance which made it
initiated the launchof miles had been assigned to the. would allow, but no other surviv-- up in the local entertainmentworld. possible to field the Colts this
the ready alert crew Patrol P-3. ors were located. A continued year .**
Squadron Five's Crew Twelve. One hour and 30 minutes after search by three British and ******** Benson continued, saying
While the officers were re starting the search and over 11 American units failed to locate AO School Honorman: AA M. that "the repeated assistanceof
ceiving their brief on the area hours after the C 123 was be- survivors. J. Nath, 91; Honor Class: 723A, these fine service branchesto
77.83.AE School Honorman:
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II.I Civilians j Find Pr;'!JptonsP; y- I t. Civil Service News I., I


{ The fOllowingNASJacksonville Supply Clerk, GS-3; HowardD. Pay Clerk ( Typing), GS 4;
4 employees' have been promoted Hall Supply Clerk, GS-3; Dorothy M. Wilchar, Military
1\ in accordance with the station's Ralph W., Price Jr.,Supply Clerk, Pay Clerk, ( Typing), GS-4;
t Merit Promotion Program: GS-3; Cassie Lee Bauer, Property Faye W.- Dacey Military Pay Change in Ethics Regs
i Naval/ Air Rework Facility Disposal Assistant" GS-5; Clerk ('',Typing)),'GS 4.
Moses H. Johnson Jr., Property .
CommunIcations/ Dept.
William A. Kirkland Produc- Disposal Assistant, GS-5; JamesM.
tfon Controlman (Electronics Rowe,Jr.Supply Clerk,GS-3; Melvin' A. Howard, Teletypist, Require Fewer to Report
Mechanic); William H. Lloyd, Elsa P. Giddens, Accounts Maintenance GS-5.
s Shot Peening Machine Operator: Clerk (Typing), GS-4; Data Processing Dept
Richard L. Perryman Helper Dennis W. Griff.-Leader Stock.. Major changes have been made in regulations governing the ethics
Rigger; Stewart I. Bradshaw, man; Wilbert E. McAuthur, Mary E. Gavilan, Peripheral and conduct of Federal employees in the executive branch. The
Progressman, Aircraft Metal- Leader Stockman; Rachel B. Computer Equipment Operator, changes result from a recently completed year-end review of the
smith; Albert W. Fennell, Air- King, Supply Clerk (Tying), GS4. regulations in which the Civil Service Commission asked Federal
craft Painter; Charles W.Snead, GS-4; Oscar .Z. public// Works Dept. agencies and employee organizations for recommendations basedon
Aircraft Electrical Worker; Clerk GS-3;' DeWitt King Jr., 'Roger S. Willi, Carpenter. their experience.
Ernest W. Black Aircraft Supply Clerk, GS-3; George H. Security Department Amendments to the regulations will significantly reduce the number
.Painter; Frances G. Pascak, Kraft, Supply Clerk, GS-3, DavidL. of employees required to file statements employment and financial
Planner and Estimator (Machinist Scheibe, Supply Clerk, GS-3; William T. Hagan Jr., Fire- Interests. Such filing will be limited to those in positions in which the
); Ernest C. Thomas, Shot Stephen T. Page Jr., Transpor- fighter ( General) GS 4; possibility of conflict-of-interest Involvement is clear.
Peening Machine Operator; War- tation Loss & Damage Claims William E. Osborn, Firefighter The former mandatory inclusion of all hearing examiners and all
ren T. Smith, Shot Peening Ma- Examiner, GS-7; James L. (General) GS 4.Administration. employees above grade GS-15 has been eliminated. Statements will
chine Operator; Charles F. Al- Spann, High Lift Truck Opera Dept. now be required only from employees in grade GS-13 and above who
derman, Aircraft Instrument Me- tor; Bernard Weiss,Warehouseman are responsible for making decisions or taking actions in regardto
chanic (Electronics); Harold W. ; Thomas G. Faulk, Crater Margaret A. Meehan, Travel contracting, procurement, grant or subsidy administration, regu-
Wilkins, Aircraft Instrument Me- and Packer. Clerk, GS 6. lating a non-Federal enterprise, or another activity having an
chanic; Rodney H. Ferencz, Air- Navy Commissary Store economic impact on a non-Federal enterprise.An .
craft Engine Mechanic; Havls Lillian H. Bush, Cash Clerk, JFA Examination employee' who merely recommends a decision or action will no
H. York, Aircraft Engine Me- GS-4; Harry A. Burton, Jr. longer be required to file. An employee below grade GS-13 will be
chanic; Edward H. Ward, Air- Leader Grocer yman; Thomas L. Posted by CSCThe required to file only if his employing agency Justifies to the '
craft Engine Mechanic; RussellF. Stuckey Sr., Leader Meat Cutter; Commission that his filing is essential.To .
Misner, Supervisory Budget Calvin E. Jenkins, Groceryman; U. S. Civil Service Com- further assure that the fling requirement extensd only to
Analyst, GS-11; Wayne L.Mag- Josephine E. Patton, Cash Clerk, mission has issued an exami- employees whose positions make it essential for the Government to
tin, Electrical Engineer,, GS-7. GS-4. nation announcement for Junior have the information sought, the Commission authorized agenciesto
Roberts, Charles B. Super Industrial Relations Dept. Federal Assistant for positionsin exclude any employee whose duties make the liklihood of his
visory Budget Analyst, GS H. Nancy H. Sams, Staffing'Clerk administrative,. professionalor Involvement in a conflict-of-interest situation remote. Also, an
(Typing), GS-5; Ruth B. Tom- technical work with the gov- agency may exclude employees from the reporting requirement when
Comptroller Department lin, Staffing Clerk ( Typing), GS4 ernment. the agency has an alternative procedure that the Commssion has
; Billie J. Harris, Staffing The examination will be open approved.
Clarence E. Robinson, Time Clerk ( Typing), GS 4; Vir-' until further notice. Salaries Additional amendments specify that no question may be used in
and Leave SupervisorGS-3; Ro- ginia B. Rubbert, Clerk, GS 4. start at 'the GS-4 level and opportunities .an agency's statement of employment and financial interests unlessIt
land Boardman, Supply Clerk, exist in nearly all Is one included on the Commission's standard format or has the
GS-3; James A. Collins, Supply Navy Finance Office/ federal departments and agencies Commission's approval; that each employee be Informed that his

\ Clerk, GS-3; Bernie Adkins Jr., Glenn E. Nunn, Jr., Military throughout the United States. agency's grievance procedure is available to .settle any complaintby
Supply Clerk, GS-3; BarbaraA. Applications are to be filed him''that he should not be required to file a statement; and that
Bixler, Clerk-Typist, GS-3; Job Openings with theU.S. Civil Service Com- agencies may excuse an employee from reporting Intereststoo
Robert S. Edwards,Supply Clerk, mission, Federal Assistant Desk, remote or inconsequential to affect the integrity of his services.
GS-3; Floyd Brown, Supply AnnouncedThe Washington, D.C.20415g1ving the The former requirement that employees file quarterly supple-
Clerk, GS-3; Harry Amante, title of the examination "Junior ments to their statements of employment and financial interestshas
Federal Assistant" and the an- been canceled. From now on, only an annual statement will be
I merit promotion opport- nouncement No. 411. required fom those who must file.
unities listed below are currently The Interagency Board of U.S. Further amendments to the regulations provide better'assuranceof
open for receipt of applica- Civil Service Examiners for the confidentiality-of statements of employment and financial interests -
tions. The area of consideration Florida has the following '
issued by requiring agencies to designate which employees are
and the closing date of each
announcements: authorized to 'review the statements by makmgnIosetmplOeeS"responsible ""-- .
bulletin is as shown. printing and reproduction posi- for restricting the use if information in the statements
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade tions, $2.08 to $3.69 per hour; to that necessary in carrying out the purpose of the ethics regu-
am levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. trades and crafts positions,$1.40to lations.A .
79-67 Plan CAll semi-skilled $4.26 per hour; and,adminis- recent.decision by the Comptroller General,that non-Government
Yt positions pay level 7 and below trative and technical positions, reimbursement for travel !In official business under agency ordersin
; MPB No. 83-67 Plan B- $4,269 to $8,421 per year. not .permitted is incorporated in the amended: regulations.
All skilled positions pay level Applications are also soughtfor
8 and above. Area of consideration -
communications equipment
: NAS, NARF, NARTU relay operators, $4,776 per year' WlQQ M'a @ li3@ lID$
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commis- with duty station in the Miami
sary Stores, Jacksonville. Ap- area.
plications will be accepted at Applications will be accepteduntil .
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any time. A separate appli- Sept. 28 and should be
cation Form 57 must be filed Boardof
sent to the Interagency
for each position in which in- U.S. Civil Service Examinersfor
te I'P. t.rt. Florida, 123 South Court Ave- OPEN SUNDAY
MPB No. 140 67 Editorial
nue, Orlando, Fla. 32801.
Clerk, GS 5. Area of con-
sideration: nationwide. Ap -' .,soaro,...o.... ,...--
plications will be accepted '
through the close of business JSYMBRA'Brassieres

September 28. X V 3T!:!. I A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
All applicants tor the above j
positions must be a career or different ) W. f... thm the VW 16 point Safety and Pedo.o. In.pctloo. -
oe .d UchUticd. nd repl.ced vvrytMnc th.tn
career conditional employee Thin w* tun up.
| .*d_d It. And guaranteed them 100.1.for the repair or replacement,
the federal government.Applications of all major mechanical parte for 30 days or .1000 mit... Com
BRAINY BEAUTY Pert 19- for the above positions "AMER/CA'S on I
year-old' Betty Kallmeyer, who should be filed with IRD, NAS, MOST J| .'ENGINE ASSEMBLIESRAKE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM'REAR-ELECTRICAL AXLE "FRONT SYSTEM AXLE
represented Virginia in the U.S. Jacksonville, Fla 32212. For I **
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Pageant,spendsmost of her sum- these positions see the copiesof BRASSIER 2 66 VW_ FASTBACK, Radio . . $7805
mer in school studying calculus. the bulletins, or call Ext. PAon' 10 f Aff.lntmnt 66 VW KARMANN CHI A Convertible. 57945
Her ambition in life is to be a 2320, Recruiting and ExaminingBranch L..o. 264-6906 j 63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe, Air Cone// J7275
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secure. Pr2? H.D. Hyatt reinforces one of the seams that has pulled loose. k .

} 'INSPECTING THE CANOPY. PR3 R.A. Webberefj(/ / ) 0
I wonder what Next, the that the water survival kits are ------S
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In there ? Have you ever pass- another rigorous inspectionby intact and complete. _
and make sure the connections/ to the canopy are secure. ed the parachute loft at the corner -"; a quality control inspector.He The oxygen regulator sectionis

t of Wasp and Enterprise'and gives the packs and harnesses where" "all composit t..deluter
I, wondered just what goes on in a final inspection before demand: .oxygen" and "oxygenminiature" I-
I there? they are sent back to the squad- regulators: arc tested -
GENERAL OVERHAUL. .. If any oxygen, ,ragv/ator,.,/ ,.. As the name "Parachute Loft" ron.The at NAS. These oxygen regulat- OXYGEN REGULATOR SECTION PR1 D.L. Gross
Sec. # ___ implies, it has something to do four major sections of ors are used aboard aircraft
comes defective It's sent to the Oxygen Regulator ic DRY LOCKER The parachutes are stored uses the oxygen regulator test strand to test an oxygen
s'' t/on/ for repairs. PR1 J D.L. Gross finds/ / the/ defective parts ____ ; In the dry locker for 24 hours to remove all themoisture with parachutes. In fact, it h has the parachute left include the which fly at an' altitude 50,000, regulator's' flow capacity at different simulated altitudes./
much do with. sewing section, packing section, feet or more.
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and/ the regulator to good as new conefon. / canopies.
restores oxygen with water survival equip- flotation section, and the oxygen The oxygen regulators are
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H.D. Hyatt fold the shroud/ lines and place them Into loops S > f* !: '. When parachutes are sent in parachute in 25 to 30 minutes.In save a man's' life when he is .
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3 .: Juicy hamburger Laundry Facilities/ Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m.
BRAKE SHOES Any U. S. Car (pts. ft labor) 10.95 up -S '. cooked over open flamci.. it & .ASSOCIATES, INC. Friday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m.MIMMNM 0
1 J.. 2 & 3 Bedrooms o
BALL/ JOINTS REPLACED (pts. & labor) 29.9SuPSCIENTIFIC :':::., A"heaping bag rut of Near Schools Both, Private, ..
Garden Type J Apartments -
ENGINE TUNE UP labor 4,95up I
( )
crisp golden Trench rr" IQO "M ROOSEVELTIuu'Jv.J ,
ClubAtmosphere and/ Parochial ,
with Country AT NAS ,
__________ A'rich 'full-flavored .ihake, '
I I II 0 That" a real Triple Treat' G-E & Shopping Center 0 NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE
Kitchens with
BIG I CHIEF TIRE Co.I HAMBURGERS equipped 389'.3483 U6S$ S. EDGEWOOD i io
Ranges &0 Refrigerators 2 w. OF ROOSEVELT
103rd
It lhiidksg* Blvd. Individual Air' Conditioningand 6756 103rd STREET Bulldlnc Ext. 226 : 0

3890388: i ; : 389-6326: ?46' 4825 11-of,.lb....r rMn.i&.r ir.&.....-. SURPLUS,GOODS$, Heating by G E PHONE 771.8844 .,.CA,., 7007, ,, 121 E.. *ITH STREET. ,
444 NORMANDY' 6201' RQO. .$ VELT 2M9 MAYPQRTIrom 5- c ........... DlSCOUNt' StORP S furnished U SuIt. 10-CollUr' Btd( I Monday Friday: 10:00: a.m. 2:00: p.m.
s Drafts
.44 I \\ Wall' Carpeting and RESIDENTMGR.'APT7 7 o Military ,Pay Days 9 900: a.m. 3:00: p.m. 0I

11! ''or 8"l'frt' R'' .. .: : Large Swimming Pool,, D. W. Priest, USN (Ret}) 246.6680. AGENT-'E. E. GARRISON AUr4tOO: I'M t' I ,
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I: Career- Question Bex-Answers f A Ladies PTScheduled


R.S.F.P.P.' makes it '4.. There AI k ; La :1
1. pos- are three :survivor:; h w
sible for a serviceman to earmark annuity*options or elections offered -

percentage of his retired under the plan. The person Ladies physical fitness classes
pay for a survivorship an- also has the choice of the amount will begin Tuesday. Classes will
nuity. Depending on the options of his retired pay he wises to include exercises, swimming and
r he selects, this annuity -- In leave to his survivors. As littleas 1 steam room.
the form of a monthly check one eighth or as much as t $ MY The classes will be held on
will be paid to his widow, or one half of. his reduced retired I ""' Tuesday and Thursday from 9
to his eligible children, or to pay may be left to his. Y ct to 11 a.m. at Bldg. 614.
both his widow and eligible chil- survivors. For further information con-
dren his' death in retire-
upon tact Chuck W.PhillipsExt.2930.Museum .
.
merit.n Red Cross
2. Actual participation in,the \ w _i Seeks
plan begins after retirement, Plans ClassesThe I
through monthly reductions in
retired pay. There is no cover- Naval RelicsThe
age under this plan until re Red Cross will conducta
tirement. three day class to prepare Navy's asking all hands

3. A person should enroll in volunteers for working in the to cooperate in locating and reporting -
the plan either before completing new hospital. items of interest for display -

18 years of service for pay Classes will be held from in museums set up for
purposes which is two years preserving historically valuable
25
9 -
a.m. to noon September
before the majority of career 27, according to Mrs.Louis Men- MEDALS .. ANN T.L. Gary (r) and PHI? J.A. Defiore receivedAir materials.

t, servicemen are eligible for retirement ard, chairman of the Red Cross Medals/ recently from Cdr. F. S. Coleman.CO VAP-62. Both Operating under the Smithsonian -
or at least three volunteers at the Naval Hospital. EMs also received/ citations from Commander Seventh Fleet. Institution, the National Air
years before the first day fort and Space Museum is trying to
which a retiree is entitled to Interviews for prospective student memorialize the national de -

,. receive retired pay. However, if volunteers will be held at President EstablishesNew velopment of aviation and aero-
a person enrolls in the plan after the hospital's Red Cross office nautical equipment.
completing 18 years of ser- between 9 a.m. and noon Satur- Other naval relics are col -

vice time, he must serve three day through Tuesday. Additional Fellows ProgramThe lected and preserved by the
years on active duty from the information on the course may Naval Historic Display Centerin

1 enrollment date in order to par- be obtained from the Red Cross President has establisheda or application of Navy personnelmust Washington, D.C. In the cen-

ticipate in the plan. office at 388 2834. new program designed to give first be approved by the ter's museum are guns, mis-
rising leaders one year of "first i Bureau of Naval Personnel. Re- siles and other exhibits which
I, ---- hand, high level experience, quests should be forwarded priorto portray the Navy's history and

with working of the federal gov- December 20.Organizations. mission from the RevolutionaryWar .

r ernment.It individuals or to present.
4 The White House Fellows Pro- groups having special knowledge A staff is also collecting mat-
THIS k gram gives selectees the oppor- of the nominee's abilities may erial of potential exhibit value
a tunity to act as special assistantin address a nominating letter to for museums operated within the
WEEK-ENi assignments with the White the Chairman Commission on Smithsonian Institution. Military
House staff, the vice presidentand White House Fellows, The White historians are interested infind-
with each of 10 Cabinet of- House Washington-D. C.,20500. ing specimens that represent

ftDIV ficers. In addition, they will Applications will be acceptedfor technical progress, relate to historic -
% participate in an orientation educational next year's program until events or illustrate a per-
F program conducted by Jan. 8, 1968. iod of time which marked the advance -
the President's Commission and Applications forms and addi of civilization.
White House Fellows staff. tional information maybe obtained Articles belonging to or used
T White House Fellows will re from Thomas W. Carr, Dir- by naval personnel of historical

ceive a government allowance ector, Commission on White importance are also appropriate
ranging from $7,000 to $23,000 House Fellows The White House for display in museums.
during the year. Navy person- Washington, D. C. 20500. Anyone knowing of items of
nel on active duty will receive possible interest for a museum
RI A I ITake ,authorized pay and allowances. Club Happenings is asked to contact the station's .
Applications will be reviewedby Public Affairs Office.

regional panels composed of Navy Wives Club Jax 1## 86

.: distinguished citizens. The most held a business meeting Sept- AF Sergeant
the .
outstanding applicants will be ember 6 at their club aboard
Short Route toDAYTONA t;. recommended to the President's station.

Commission on WhiteHouse Fel- Mrs. Leon Conley presided,
BEACHAN kwSJII Earns MedalTSgt.
lows. The final recommendationsto and guests were introduced following k
the President will be made by '
of the
the meet- :
opening
.
the commission and the White Eddie K. Tad of the
ing.The 679th radar squadron here was
House Fellows will be designatedby following ladies were ini-
awarded the Air Force Com-
the President.To .
tiated members of
as new
for meritorious
Medal
be eligible, an applicantmust mendation
the club Mesdamee
: Sylvester
service in Vietnam by Lt. Col. .
3 be a citizen of the United Kilishek, Nicholas Stuhrk and .
Francis B. Murphy, commander, ,
States, graduate of an accredited Archer .
.f Ferguson.New
t four year college and at least chairmen 679th radar squadron during
were: appointedto
23 old but 36 by ceremonies held on September
years not .Sept fill vacancies created by re-

ISLAND OF HAWAIIAN 8, 1968. signations.. Mrs.. Thomas Hanby 5.Sergeant Trad was NCOIC of
Individuals be
apply or
may
: will be the social chairman Mrs.
the communications center while
nominated. Inquiries and re -t Bennet
J. relations
Thomas public -
ENCHANTMENTSURROUNDED stationed with detachment 9, 619
quests for applications blanks'should and Mrs. Earl Snyder will
be addressed to Director tactical control squadron in Bam
be co chairman of games.A .
BY Commission on White House Fel- Me Thuot.
committee
nominating
was
him-
tp lows, The White House,Washington elected to serve in the coming He repeatedly exposed
DAYTONA BEACH FUNChildren D. C., 20500. Nomination election. Chairman of this com- self to possible enemy fire by
volunteering his off duty hoursto
mittee will be Mrs. Harold C.
drop smoke signals and flares
Center Dutz with assistants Mesdames
Family ,
'. from a helicopter with the 155th
'. Joseph Hagan,Earl Synder,Clay- Army aviation battalion.
Has Brochures ton Logan and James A. Ivey. After completion of his Viet-

The Family Services Center The Bazaar committee held a nam assignment in June, he reported -
meeting Wednesday to discuss
here for duty as
super-
p now has brochures containing for this fall's
plans activities.
41l visor of the 679th communica-
under information on 72 different over- The election of delegate for the tions center.
seas and Bonus activities.The .
national convention will be
heldat
He is married and the fatherof
12 stay f reed %* brochures are maintained
the
t next meeting on Wednesday -
in a reference library at the 7:30 two boys, Steven, 15 and Ken-
at
I S center, Bldg. 955. p.m. neth, 7.
*D'S 0.I, Personnel seeking informationon
HIHAIIO AND THE HULA military activities are invitedto

.li..irPiii. utilize the library between 8
DOLLS APPEARING a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Wives are especially welcomeand
Full Dor Facilities .
Comp encouraged to utilize the '
-
' Baby Sitters Available 7 HIGHTS A WEEK library. e' 4 ,

' All Rooms Face the Ocean t 1r: 4
IN THE PTA Meets Today

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' Lounge and The Parent Teachers Assoc-
HAWAIIAN INN WAIKIKINOW.
I I scope, Club iation of Cedar Hills Elementary Y .
2301 SOUTH ATLANTIC AVI. I School will hold its first meetingof L

DAYTONABIACHFLA. i I the new school year at 7:30

NAME ......................... I ... p.m. tonight tntheschool's

$ ADDRESS...................... I the cafetorium.
i .at Mrs..Evelyn, Stack, supervisorof
CITY.......................... I tests and measurements, will
I JJ ttJ..., deliver //j4 r"
"How
atalkentitled Does
I STATE ......................... I n4fru\\U"u,," Your School Rate?" The meeting

ZIP ...... I will be open to Navy. personnelwith THE AIR FORCE Commendation Medal was awarded to TSgt.
;.::: :,.:.,::; ';;;;;,:=.+ I 230? S. Atlantic Ave. children in the school. Parents Eddie K. Trod of the 679th radar squadron for meritorious service -
I ........let............w.,. (J ax)l Daytona Beach Shores wishing to Join the P1'A In Vietnam by Lt. Col. Francis B. Murphy, commander, 679-
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I Movies 1| CMi SdatchHi: ,


HAS JAX } S dyY'
:
MOVIES will be shown reg-

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the sounds of the Redcoats tonight, f S' .<
}}ti'iYiA'H: :{51{1VISS
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru tomorrow and Saturday evening. The Wild Flowers will providethe
Saturday. There will also be a dancing music Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening

matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. brings on the Muskateers. Evelyn Mee and her Tonics perform Ads should be incite U the Holt Punishing'' Company, .
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Monday evening. Swing with the Nu Sounds Tuesday. The Tonics 1950 landing, Blvd. Jacksonville. Florid, 32210. to arrive
Theatre will have one Weekly will be on hand Wednesday evening. not .Ictet then Tuesday for publication the folloiriMf Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Monday through Friday Is the "buy one -- get a second one for day. Ad* arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will have shows the The french foliating' week unless the publisher is 'instructed other
two during one penny" special. specials are hamburgers, fries,
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- onion rings. and soda for this week. They will he served 5 to 7 be wise.' received A check WITH or money the copy order for for the the ad'full cost of the od !must

inees will be shown on weekends -

at 2 and 5 p.m. p.m.CPO CLUB: AU pizzas are $.75 today. Western music will be DO NOT SEND CASH

by Mel Gad n. Try the seafood" special for $1.25 and dance to the RATE: Minimum diary ((3 (lin")... . . . $2.00
THURSDAY, September 14 sounds of the Johnny Arnold 4" tomorrow"evening.. Mark Castle Per odd Sonal line ((4 words pr lin*}. . 0.50
will be on hand Saturday evening. A sirloin steak for $1.65 is feat-
NAS: "CYBORG 2087": Mich- ured that evening. Sunday brings on the sounds of Dick Wilson's
ael Rennie and Wendell Corey. Modern's. The dinner special for Tuesday Is fried chicken for $.95
( 98 Min.) and rib eye steak for $1.35 Is the special for Wednesday. SINGER ZIG ZAG WANTED: EXP. SHORT ORDER

HOSPITAL: "EIGHT ON THELAM" "0" CLUB: Nickel beer is featured today from 4:30 to 6 p.m. CONSOLE MODEL COOKS & Fountain help. Exp.
: Bob Hope and Phyllis Enjoy the beefeater's buffet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tomorrow and SEWING MACHINE. A -1 Shape: mand. Call Qiar-BurgerOrange
Diller. (114 Min.) Zig Zags,. makes button holes Park 264-4511.
Saturday is the Champagne special deluxe prime rib dinner for ,
C. FIELD: (108"MALAMONDO"Min.) : two plus fifth of champagne sparkling burgundy for $9.50 per fancy designs, sews on buttons, JEAN's DANCE ACADEMY 6110
Documentary. couple. Dance to the music of Sam Ross tomorrow evening from appliques, monograms, etc.
Ballet
St. Fall Classes
103rd.
,
:
FRIDAY, September 15 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Saturday evening features Johnny Jelinek's new for over $300. MUST Hula, Tap, Jazz Ballroom..
dancing music from 8:30 p.m. till 12:30 a.m. Enjoy the buffet din- SACRIFICE. Just pay balance$64
NAS "DON'T MAKE WAVES"with 384-3055, 771-2521, 771-5464.
: ner Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. The price Is $2.50: for adults and $1.50 or assume$8 monthly payments. -
Tony Curtis and Claudia for children under 12. -Martinis for $.20 Is the special on Tuesday Call Credit Manager. Ph. 353 -
Cardinale. (105 Min.) HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Foreign dish night Scandinavian Style is 1946. Anytime. Will deliver.No -
HOSPITAL: "CYBORG 2087": 3BR, 2B, Air Cond., 2-story
featured from 6 to 10 p.m. Dick McMeekin will be at the piano obligation.
Michael Rennie and Wendell Cor- bungalow with 1 blk
Wednesday from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Fried chicken priced at $1.75 A-l SEWING MACHINE CO. garage.
ey. ( 98 Min.) for adults and $1.00 for children under 12 Is the dinner special for from Ortega Elem. School. $100
C. FIELD: "STING OF Wednesday. mo. EV8-5545. _
j DEATH": Fred Penero. ( 80 DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Hear the sounds of the Page Five tomorrow
1 Min.) JOCKEY?? Forinformatlortcall: BRAND NEW ZIGZAG ,
evening. Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Gal's will appear Satur-
356 8351. Domestic sewing out of14iY-
ma.
,SATURDAY September 16
day evening. Mark Castle makes the scene Sunday evening. Enjoy
Buttonholes
fancy designs
NAS: "IS PARIS BURNING": Game Night Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday Is spaghetti night all FOR SALE WIZARD AIR CONDITIONER a-way., etc. Bal. $36.50 cash or-
Leslie Caroh Kirk Douglas and you can eat for $.75. Dine on Oriental food and drink sake on 18,000 BTU, 2 yrs. terms.
Glenn Ford. ((338 Min.) Oriental Night Wednesday. Price is $1.00. The dinner special Is old. $100. 781 2077. MORSE: SEWING CENTER
HOSPITAL: "DON'T MAKE 1/2 Ib. rib eye steak for $1.35, featured today through Sunday 1948 Blandlng Blvd. 384 5821

WAVES": Tony Curtis and Clau- evening.Lutheran. -
dia Cardinale. ((105 Min.) Service Center: Enjoy square dancing tomorrow eveningat "REAL ESTATE: We will help
8:30 There will be charge and refreshments are free.
p.m. no
C. FIELD: "EIGHT ON THE you Buy, Sell or Invest
LAM Bobe and The address is 19 W. Forsyth Street.
: Hope Phy- Bowen Real EstateRealtorUSN
-
llis Diller. ( 114 Min.) Retired 384-1376

SUNDAY September 17
,
SINGER IN 4DR DESK

HOSPITAL: "IS PARISBURNING" MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Like new, makes buttonholes,
? Leslie Caron, Kirk Doug- KingsleyMOTORS sews on buttons, fancy designs,
las and Glenn Ford. ( 138 Min.) All Ranks All Ages satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5
C. FIELD: "CYBORG. 2087": mo. Free home trial.
Michael Rennie and Wnedell lOW RATES MORSE: SEWING CENTER
Corey. 98 Min.) 1948 Blandlng Blvd. 384 582]

MONDAY, September 18 J J ,It _
EASY MONTHLY
2 MILES SOUTH OF NAS 10' X 60' 3 BR112 B', MOBILE

C. FIELD"OON''t MAKEWAVES" JAX IN ,ORANGE PARKSALE HOME C. Heat & A/C, Lg.
: Tony Curtis and Cla- PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Lot, Comp. Fence 2 Car Gar.,
dia. Cardinale. ((105 Min.) 771-0054.


INSURANCE RENT OPTION TO BUY; Cent.H .

RV AH13Organizes & A, 3 Lg. BR, 2 B, Panel
FROM PUFFS TO Fla. RM, Ldry. RM.W/Sep.utll.,
UNDERWRITERS INC.
CHEAPIES. .WE GOT crn. lot, Close to school-
(Formerly McDougall's Insurance) 771-1255 after 6:30 p.m.
EM AND WE SELL EM!

4479 Ruswdf BM. 3U-1414 5 RM. FURN UPPER BRICK
New ClubJacksonville Cars are vetting short but
Duplex2252 Park St. a Nr.Five
Call Us Anytime we eve still selling quality
PointsGood quite neighborhood,
Reconnaissance reconditioned cars cheap Adults, $75. Inquire at 2250or

Attack Squadron 13, call 246-6009 evenings.
(RVAH-13)), has organized anew THE RED BEAUTY 64 /M-
club for squadron first class PALA CONVCftTASLE. FURN JAX BEACH CB- COT-
petty officers retiring or being 'ft*' ALL,,Y.weT: -.... NUU Just /like brand ne*c Inside tage A/C, 100 yds. to sea wall,

transferred. and eut. 263 with straight nr. pier. LR, BR, Din. Kit., ,
Under the provisions of the stick..ONLY. $1195 Adults. 131 8th Ave., S. $65.
new club, the petty officers are Call 246 6009 evens.
honored at a going away pany
where they are presented witha 4 62 RAMBLER V 8 With FURN. HOUSE NR. JAX NAS .

plaque and American flag. Air. Looks and runs new. 4622 Blount Ave.,Good neighborhood ,* .
The first to be honored by the Perfect 2nd car., OHLY LR, Din Rm, Fla. Rm.,
new club, AE1 Bon De Seville $475..Full Price. 2 BR, Kit., A/C, C/Heat, &Gar.,
was piped over the side after Adults. $100 Call 781 4913or

23 years active duty. COLLECTORS ITEM. 52 246 6009 evens.
Squadron Commanding Off leer, Chevrolet that runs and
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Cdr. L. H. Higginbotham pre- looks perfect. Body tires
with letter of Houses & Apts. Equity* VA &
sented Beville a
contributionto transmission. . .5295 FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
appreciation for his
Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.
the squadron. 60 CHEV. 2 DR. HardtopV 264 Mil. Orange ParkRealty.

8, AT, R & H. Red andwhlte..Just$495
GUITAR LESSONSWe

The also sell amplifiers, elec.

63 VALIENT Clean, Good guitars and accessories.

Orange Park Tires, Fine.family car.$550 MEEKS GUITAR STUDIO -
2327 Blandlng Blvd. 384-4718.

PresbyterianChu VOLKSWAGEN BEACH
HELP WANTED STOCK CLERK
BUGGY with split rims. 10 am til 3 pm or later. Must

'> LET US'HELPYOU WITH A . . . .$275 be permanent. 1 year or longer. ,.
242 MclHtesk Ave. : CREDIT UNION LOAN The Gallery Roosevelt Mall.
63 FALCON FUTURA 2
FOR RENT FURN. APT .
Orange Park, Florida DR. HIT Double sharp. 2920 Dellwood. 4 rm. & Bath,

$50 mo. Phone 355 6639.
Minister' '
*uEEdea&FZvruMt24fNM. 61 FALCON WAGON. Real
REV E. F, MONTGOMERY JR Je clean local owner car.$495 MUTAL FUNDS

SUNDAY
.
59 FORD. $150 National Investment Co. expanding -

SCHEDULE its marketing staff in .the

8:30 a.m. WORSHIP JAX ,. BLDG: 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 WE CAN NOW FINANCE Jax. area. Full time and part

9:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL Tel. 384-1391 or Tel. SP 1.3211 or MARRIED E 3's. time positions. Company train-

11:00 a.m. WORSHIP ,Base Ext. 2431 Bose Ext. 205 ing program. Earnings unlim-
:O()-p.m.. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Frl 8:30-3:00 Call 264-4525 ited. Call Financial programs,
Inc. 3985032September




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Football Predictions .


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GAME WORTHY CASSOH LEE HUNTER HOLT LUCRETIA i w

1. Tennessee at UCLA Tenn. UCLA Tenn. Tenn Tenn. Tenn

2. Washington St at USC USC use usc usc USC USC _

3. Baylor at Colorado Colo. Colo Baylor Colo. I Colo. Baylor t

4. Nebraska at Washington Neb. Neb. Neb. Neb. Neb. Neb. fry S t' S t H A

5. SMU at Texas A&M Tex. A&M SMU SMU Tex A&M TexA&M SMU

6. Fla. St. at Houston Houston Houston Fla. St. Fla. St. Houston Fla. St. .t

7. Wyoming at Arizona Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Arizona

8. N. Carolina at H.C. St. N.C. St H.C. N.C. St. N.C. St. N.C. St. N.C. St.

9. Oregon at Calif Oregon Calif Calli. Calli. Calli. Oregon ,*

10. Stanford at Ore. St Ore. St. Ore. St. Stanford are. St. Ore. St. Ore. St. i
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-_-: :t Archers Allowed to Hunt Touch Football _


: Cecil FieldMembers Review
Onboard NAS SHUTTER BUG WITHOUT A LENSE. PHI Toni HI* displays -
In last Thursday's touch football the trophies and medals/ that hewon on his recent"shoot-
of the Raider Bow- an archer must have in his pos- action, the VA 44 "Hor Ing spree" throughout the U.S.
men Club received their secondbit session a valid state hunting license nets" shutout the "Blackbirds"of
of good news within the past and a special archery VA 45 by a score of 8 0.
.. month. The first was an an permit. During the game, the "Hor sPhoto Shoots
noucement that the Game Comm- If you plan to hunt on the station nets" suffered approximately 100
mission would have the first you must be a member of yards In penalises two of them
statewide ,archery season this the NAS Cecil Field Rod and resulting in touchdowns being Without
year and the second was that Gun Qub. For anyone' who is nota called back. One was canceledfor Using CameraWhen
they would be allowed to hunt member of the Rod and Gun illegal procedure and the
aboard the staion. Club, and desires to join, there other for Illegal blocking.The speaking with a photographer District Matches, which the team
The early bow hunting season will be a representative at the touchdown that was aPA about shooting, naturally won. He was one of those selectedto
this Saturday in the state station Golf Shack between the lowed was on a from .
I opens pass quarterback you would expect 1 him to mean represent the Sixth Naval Dis-
and certain specified areas a hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Gaschler to Fewell. A taking a picture with a camera. trict in the Atlantic Fleet Matches -
board the station. In order to take on Friday September 15thto sign conversion pass from Gaschlerto However, this is not the case finishing fourth in the in-
advantage of this type of hunting.CanYou up new members. Jack Kimball added anothertwo with a certain First Class Pho- oividual competition, and firstin
Anyone' desiring further in points. tographer's Mate attached to the New Shooter Class.
********
formation in regards to bow hunt
Light PhotograrhicSquadronSixty For these efforts, Dick was
ing, 'should attend the bow hunt- In other action, VA 82, newcomers Two's photo Lab. When he picked on the Atlantic Fleet Teamto
ing jamboree that is being spon- to the league, squeezedby speaks of shooting, hs talking fire in the All Navy Tourna -
TAKE YOUR CAR sored by the Raider Bowmen the VA 45 "Blackbirds"with in terms of using a 30 caliber ment in San Diego, Calif., wherehe
WTI1 YOU? Club at 4 p.m. on Thursday a 7 6 victory. The game rifle with live ammunition.The again placed first in the New
September 14th. The jamboreewill ended in a 6 6 deadlock, there-
For Financing and Insurance Photo Mate in questionis Shooter Class. The winners from
be held at the club by forcing it into .
rangeon a playoff.The
Stateside, and Overseas. Call one Toni! Diz, who returnedto this match comprised the All -
"D" Avenue between the
rules that the
pic-
states team his last week aftera
squadron Team that the
represented
DYER M. BURR nic areas. The range will be open gaining the most yardage in the four month absence during Navy Navy in the Inter Service Rifle
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES at this time for target prac- playoff time, if no score is attained which time he literally shot his Championships.
tice. Also available to answer shall be awarded
one
,
the United States
across
way A
FINANCE CORPORATIONand rigorous training programwas
questions concerning archeryare point, and VA 82 managed to and back. for the membersto
: John Reese, club president, grind out the most yardage.LSowlettes setup team
There number of rifle-
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE are a go through, thus giving thema.chance
extension 8335 Bob
at or Reid
INSURANCE COMPANY : / men aboard NAS Cecil Field but to,group up for the tough
secretary/treasurer. extension
5615'Tlmuquma' Rd. 771-0527 164.N' The Cecil Field Bowlettes are the unique pan of Diz is'that'he competition they would face.Dur-
t in need of bowlers for their Friday only began firing the 30 cali- ing this training, Diz finished
night league. The Bowl- ber rifle in August 1966. Toni! first in the Expert Class Match
ettes bowl every Friday nightat said that he fired small bore held at Camp Pendelton, Calif.
the NAS Cecil Field Lanes (.22 caliber) briefly in 1959. On a side trip to Captain,New
beginning at 8 p.m. All ladies Diz began his "shooting spree' Mexico, he picked'' up two first
;r; Z? C-G interested are asked to call Ina as a member of the NAS Cecil place Expert and two second
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September 14, 1967 JAX, AIR.,. .NEWS/AFTERBURNER. Page I? -,
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Intramural ',:


BOWLING/ STANDINGS ,".

Continental League K
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1. Chokers \\\
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2. EWESPY '"I.-;
3. Pro's '
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4. Rip Cords ,
A 5. Seven Tens .
6. White Hats ....
7. King Pins ,, 4
8. Druthers '
9. MARTD ."
10. Strikers
11. Marine Barracks
12. Eagles
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DISPLAY The Jut Fliers proudly display their trophies to RAdm.H. ,Atlantic League ____
H. Caldwell commander FLEETAIRJAX, and Cdr. H. L. Donald 4 it ;
Jr., NAS executive officer. Holding trophies are from left: Coach 1. Supply > x;: "" 'ffL''
Frank McCaffery holds Florida Georgia Interservice trophy: 2. Foggy Five '", ,,,'So \ ;
Chief John Peek and Admiral Caldwell display All Navy runner 3. Chiefs ...**? ....,", w Irgi eb.Ines, .4f vs Leu'*. .l.erw'o e4
up trophy Howard Fowler has South Atlantic Regional Championship 4. Misfits of coffee at the "G.f acquaint*J *.." Friday. Looking on
trophy, and Commander Donald holds 6th Naval District trophy. 5. Handicaps are Diane Lr lee, chairman, anJ Joan May.
In background are other members of Fliers. 6. BB Stackers .

8.7. Vapogees Spoilers; O'Wives Golf League

Grid Score Reads Like 9. Gold .J., '..
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10. Chargers >

Baseball Result, 1-0 11.12. Afees impulses Tees-Off New Season Act ,:;..

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It was VW 4 one, Marine who has the ball first, then each National League The Officer's Wives Golf Asda Women's Golf Association. '! .:;:
Barracks nothing at the end of team has four downs alternatelyto sociation ;rExecutive. Committee Each year the OWGA members .,
the game where they battled it penetrate into the others ter 1. Hurricnes held a "Get Acquainted Tea" compete in tournaments on .the "
out right down to the wire and ritory. After the fourth down byeach 2. NAF "A" last Friday morning at the "0" local and state level. .. '!f'
then some, in last week's intra- team, whichever team has 3. Ollef (NARTU) Club..Dee Folkins, club ;'.,
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When the final buzzer soundedand territory gets one point. 5. CPO's (FICEUR) ly dues which are $4. SHIPPING OUT! ??
time had run out, neither This is exactly what happened 6. Sky Warriors The OWGA opened its season Bring' y,ur furniture
team had scored. The game went when time ran out for the VW4 7. AOMD Tuesday morning and will play and misc. items to sell
into overtime and the "Pene- and Marine Barracks teams. It 8. Blue one day a week throughout the BUndin, Drive-in' Theatre :;.
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tration Rule" went into effect.In took some'strong defensive action 8. Hard Hats season. The: OWGA are also Sun 1 P.M. 6D M."N..
intramural football there is and some quick offensive man- 10. Sparks members of the USGA and FJorl768..7058'or 768-4793] i
no tie "nothing to nothing" euvers, but by thefinaldownVW- 11. Flapjax
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states that when time runs out Barracks' territory and the fin- 13. Fair Folk
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ball is placed at the 50 yard in favor of the VW 4 team. American League
line. A coin is flipped to see In other intramural football 1. Cloak & Daggers ', .u
action last ''week GOMFAIRJAX 2. NAF "B"I'r j' :
breezed by MED 34-6; VAP 3. Needlers ..
62 smashed MARTD'48-0;NAR- 4. Play Boys < ,i-
THE ORIGINAL! TU ran over FICEUR 24 6; 5. CADUCES f## 2 ti '
Aircraft Maintenance down- ,. :l
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Raising events for 1967. All pro I Act now for help.
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help support the Morocco for the 23rd Annual Gator Bowl
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Pog: 12 __ JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September U, 1967
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i Guantanamo I NARTU News and Views I


:. Thanks HamOperators 1 By Skip FalrtieldI / /
a ...
could have retired lour commander Benton begin his
'years'ago but I've been devotedto Navy career in February 1943
: the Naval Reserve Proaram with four years of active Naval
and have enjoyed the feiiowsnip; service with Argus 29, St.
A Jacksonville amateur radio of the officers and men with whom Simon Island Ga., Mobile Intercept -
operator was honored this week .I have been associated." : 'Team # 4,Staff Pacific Fleet
by the Navy for his assistancein Cdr. 'Donald G. Benton made and Radar Center Pearl Harbor.
helping Navy and Marines at this remark recently before leaving -
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Guantanamo Bay Cuba, talk to NARTU, Jax. A Weekend -
their families in the states. Warrior for over '21 years,
Koland "Pappy" Wallace,3539 Commander Benton will be leaving AOC Kearney T. Rhodes a
the Jacksonville area due to selective reservist attached to
Indigo Dr.. has completed 1.48C Y
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business commitments.An VS' 743. was advanced to
phone patches for people at Guan-
example of 1 how he felt his new rate Sunday at the
.J tanamo. A phone patch consists ,
,-II of a telephoneconversationbeing toward the Naval Air Reservecan NARTU hangar.As .
placed on radio network. be demonstrated, in his attendance part of the wetting down
record the ceremony, Rhodes' wife Dorothya
over past
station Guantanamo
radio -
: The at
GITIIV" 21 years. Commander Benton TNI with VS 743 threw the
radio
) operator contacts in the an states amateur who in CALLING -- Poppy Wallace receives. 9,000lh amateur has not missed' a week end opening bucket of water as the

; turn connects the caller through radio call from Guantanamo Phone Patch Service/ Net. Pappy, drill or a two week annual cruise traditional ceremony began.

t telephone to someone in the has completed nearly 1,500 calls for Gltmo during the past two 1946.since Joining the reserve Iq July by Rhodes Cdr. was Kane presented the squadron'sCommanding his hat

states. years. To further show his desireto officer.
Wallace was one of 70 amateur Rhodes and his' wife resideat
keep affiliated, It may be
1, radio operators honored AcademyCoachPleasedWith interesting to note that the com 2800 S. W. 22 Ave., Miami.
by RAdm. Earl R.Crawford -
Monday mander has traveled to week They have a daughter Sandra,
I as the 9,000th radio telephone also in'the Navy. .
end drills from his home in '
i"' patch was connected from Grid Drills
Early
Vestavia Hills, Ala., to NARTU '
i Guantanamo. Admiral Crawford ********
Sax for the past three years.
commands Guantanamo Naval
ANNAPOIS MD. -- Navy Ing at Geoff Pomroy a junior Before coming here he: traveled -
Base. football coach Bill Elias calleda promotee from the JV team, who from Charlotte N. C..toGrosse LCdr. George E. Custer, public
The phone patches have been halt to two a day drills has been impressive in drillsto Isle Mich to attend drills affairs officer of NARTU
I the only satisfactory method for Sept. 6 and expressed pleasurewith date. ,for one year .. left Monday for Dallas Tex.,
people assigned to the largebaseto the progress his midshipmen "Overall/however, our gen- Being a' regional manager for for'the Chief of Naval Air Train-
communicate with their families have made. eral Impression of this club has Ryder TruckLinesJacksonville. ing's Public Affairs Seminar.The
.
and loved ones at home, Our eight double ''sessiOnswent been extremely favorable. Cap- this travel was necessary how seminar, which gives public affairs
since all telephone lines to the extremely well," Elias tain Bill Dow and the other first ever the distance traveled to officers and journalists the
base pass through Havana.Of said. "The offensive and de classmen have given us out keep in touch with the reserveis opportunity to exchange ideas
"\ 'the 9,000 phone patches fensive skills that were dormant standing leadership. something out of the ordin- ends todays at the Dallas Naval

',' completed over the Guantanamo through the summer are return- ary. Air Station.
We have been fortunate
ing.
Phone Patch Service Net duringthe
to escape any serious injury
past two years 167havebeen during this period, which is ano- FOR YOUR BOATING*
completed by amateur station
W4NEK aboard NAS Sax. other reason our progress has NEEDS.. SEE THECOMPLETE
been rapid.
Many of the patches have been "The offense with John Cart- Inlet
of an emergency nature involving wright at the controls has look-
illness accidents death or ed very good. In our first scrim- Marina LINEROAD
other crisis. mage of the year a session usually -
dominated by the defense
The amateur operators were SALES lid SERVICE
the number one offensive unit
\ awarded certificates of -
ap
moved well, scoring on a sus-
7 predation' in whichAdmiral Crawford tained drive early in the drill. Mercury andMerCruiser
; stated that "they have gain-
"Our biggest concern continues -
ed the ,everlasting gratitude and
to be the offensive center
admiration of the personnel and
None of the three
position. men
Guantanamo.
dependents stationed at -
Bay." we list at that spot were centers
when they entered the Naval Aca .
Admiral Crawford sent certificates demy.Jim Gierucki the starter "HII :

... to the following membersof off spring ball underwent knee S
and is still questionablefor
the station's amateur radio surgery
club: ATN2 Ron Thomas NARTU the opener. Dick Krulis RUNNER
) Harry Dressendurfer, NARTU; Glerucki's top substitute in the
Cdr. Jim McGill, Fleet Weather; spring has been supplanted by I I
AIC Mike Greenway, 679thRadar Bruce Potter on the basis of
: Squadron TSgt. Albert Dennis our first scrimmage. Potter
\ 679th; AX3' George Romanisky you'll remember was a tight
VP 30; ATN3 Jim Conrad end for us last year."Anothertroublesomearea' .
VW 4, and retired Army Col. has 4.1 ;...vI.
Tom Knight. developed in the kicking game.
John Church,who we hoped would
be able to add punting to his
placement chores 'dId not work andCHRYSLERS
out as a punter and Is now concentrating I. I
: 'htiU' 1 on kickoff conversions ;
\ bb
and PATD's. Chip Estey
a young man who has never kick-

{ .._.... \ ed competitively, currently has
the punting job 'We are also look-

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