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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Air Medals, CommendationGiven >.,'" of FLT, fSTa1 ,

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in VAP-62 Ceremony ;', <


Jax -- Eight men from Heavy day. Cdr. Burke E. Eakle,V AP- rotational basis and all eight a ., TA

Photographic Squadron 62, who 62's commanding officer pre- crewmembers were honored tor A / ." a ,
i earned a total of 34 Air Medals sented the medals to six squadron participating in combat air M ., 'I'
for exemplary airmanship over officers and two enlisted men. operations.Cdr. :i
Vietnam, were honored during a VAP-62 maintains a detach- Robert L. Francke received -
formal squadron Inspection Fri- ment in Southeast_ Asia_ on a his 10th through 13th Air
.' "'''' Medals the .
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Other officers cited were :+ \\A% ;.
1. Lieutenant Commanders S.F. : '
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Highleyman J.R. Lance W.V. < "
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Wright; Lt. D.W. Satterlee and ,,. A t
Lt. (j-8.) D.A. Woxland. Each

received his first through. fourth
Air Medal.
Enlisted men honored were
PHI F.W. Brown, second and
third award, and PHI DJ. Woj-
r nar, first through fourth Air
Medal.

LCdr. W.R. Mason, who was
1j unable to attend the award ceremony '
was presented his first
through third Air Medals earlierin


YNC the week.Bobby G. Creekmore was
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awarded the Navy CommendationMedal ,% -Iz .,
with Combat "V" for out- -
standing service in riverine
operations in the Mekong Delta
region of Vietnam.

The chief was assigned as an t 1 r ,
r intelligence yeoman with the Staff
t of Commander River Assault
Flotilla One, fromt August 67
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through August 68.
AWARD CEREMONY-Y.NC Bobby G. Creekmore receives the
Navy Commendation Medal from Cdr. Burke Eakle, commanding In the citation accompanyingthe
medal YNC Creekmore
was
officer of VAP. -62,,, as PH I M.A., Wood, awaits_ ..letter:\ofc' "?credited with :collecting 'i intelligence
commendation award. data by taking hand-held

Ffi Jrliary'-'Exam photographs from helicopters on
Participants aerial reconnaissance missionsover VP CONSTRUCTION--! huge steam powered pile driver

bridges,waterways and pos- slams Into the ground as construction, on VP complex gets
sible troop beaching areas along underway.
Asked to Verify WorksheetNavy streams and canals.

He also debriefed assault craft
wide exam time is onlya The E-4 exam willbeadministered -. crews to supplement informationon Station VP Complex
few days off and the NAS ESO, Tuesday, Feb. 4, E-5 will waterway navigation files
Bldg. 955, Is urging all participants -' be next Thursday;, Feb. 6, E-6 maintained by the command. Ac-
in the February 1969 exam Tuesday Feb.! 11 and E-7 Thurs- cording to the citation,the chief's
to stop by and verify their work- day Feb. 13. All of the tests knowledge of the terrain and Expansion UnderwayConstruction
sheet for the exam. This must will be in Building 600 at 7:30 waterways of the Mekong Delta
be taken care of today or Fridaybr a.m. Uniform of the day must were invaluable In the prepara-
the day of the exam. be worn and I.D. cards arere- tion of waterway intelligence for
quired. Eligible candidates for Riverine Force operations. at NAS continues to boom all around the baseas
Red Cross senior and master chief will be local companies drive piles, lay bricks and pound nails to
administered their tests Feb.25. Others honored at the Inspec- meet estimated completion dates. The second wing of the
They will meet in Bldg. 955 in tion ceremony included PN3R.E. eventual two-story hexagonal VP complex has broken groundas
the uniform of the day at 7:30 Badovinatz, who was named
Solicits.Volunteers. Sailor of the Month; ADJ3 G.M. a huge pile driver hammers
a.m.Personnel recommended un- Rogers was selected Plane Cap- away. This wing&, estimated to partment shops, classrooms, an
cost over three million auditorium and a supply depart
der the waiver must have their tain of the Month; and PHI M.A. dollars
will house one more patrol squadron ment. The contract was awarded
evaluation to ESO not later than Wood received a letter of com-
mendation. aircraft maintenance de- last December and completion
tomorrow. should' be in Dec. 1969. The
entire complex is a $12-million
Recruitment of new volunteersfor and will eventually house
Sailors Wanted for project
Career CollegeThe
the Naval Hospital will go five patrol squadrons with all
into full swing next month, ac- support facilities in one area.
cordng to Mrs. Rita Jastremski -
chairman of volunteers.A Navy is looking for quali- high school graduate or possessthe training; ((4)) Navy Class "A"'or EM Barracks
new training class has been fied career petty officers with GED equivalency certificate "B" school and at least six Hammering goes on at the en-
scheduled for Feb. 17-20. All the desire to advance themselves with an average score In all test transferable college 'credits; listed barracks and five of the
women over 18, whether military through higher learning.The areas in the upper 50 percentile; must have no record of conVic- wings scheduled for renovationare
dependents or civilians,may Associate Degree Completion meet one of the following four tion by courts-martial, no con-. completed. New chilled water
apply by phoning> the Hospital Program (ADCOP) offersan schools requirements: viction by civil courts for other air conditioning in the completedrooms
Red Cross 772-2218. opportunity highly motivated ((1.) Navy Class "A" and "B" than minor traffic violations,and will be ready near the
Capt. W.C. Turvllle, commanding career petty off leers to pursuea school; ((2)) at least 12 trans- not more than two non-judicial end of March. The Waves will
officer cf the Naval full time course of instructionin ferable college credits; .((3)) a punishments during the past two down and buildings,
move
occupy
Hospital, said that volunteers junior college which leads to combination of Navy Class A", years. 6A and B, which will be readyin
trained by the Red Cross are an associate of science or arts "B", and "C" schools totalingat A noli cations mustbesubmittedContinued .
urgently needed to render ser. degree In various vocational- least 24 weeks of classroom ( on Page 12)) The August.steward's quarters, occupying -
vices to patients and to insure technical fields. of the BOO, will
efficient operation of the hos- ADCOP classes convene In High School Sign Up Ixt nd.d also be remodeled part and air con-

pital. September and February of each ditioning added. The enlisted
Capt. Turville and other administrative year at the following junior colleges The Educational Services Office ready covered in class for those mess hall will also be cooled bya
and medical officers : Mount San Antonio College, has announced that registration enrolling late. new chilled water air conditioning -
will participate in instruction Walnut, Calif.; Palomar College, for the on-board high school The classes offered will serveas
to the volunteer class. the San Marcos, Calif.; and Pen- program has been extended until a review in preparation for & system.
class will run for four consecu- sacola Junior College, Pensa- the end of February. the GED Tests and Florida'sU.S. Hospital Quarters
tive days Monday through Thursday cola, Fla.Eligible. Original deadline for registra- Government and history Remodeling of barracks isn't
9 a.m. to 12 noon. personnel must: be a tration was January 28, the first tests which are required In order monopolized by NAS sailors as
Before serving as a Red Cross U.S. citizen; E-5 or above in the day of scheduled classes. The to receive a Florida State the hospital crew will also be
volunteer in clinics or wards a Regular Navy; have completedone cut-off date was changed in orderto High School diploma. moving into new living quarters
woman must complete this regular enlistment; have give more personnel a chanceto Tuition for the class is $2.00 soon. The Wave barracks at
course. She is required to workat completed at least seven yearsof enroll. and books may be purchased for the hospital will complete renovation -
least one half day a week, continuous service as of Nov. Classes will convene on sche- 45.00 at Bldg. 600. Registrationafter bymid-Februaryand the
1 of the fiscal year for which dule butbrochureshavebeenpre- January 28 will be held at
F. 2. ( Continued on Page 2)) the application is made; be a pared containing material al- Bldg. 600. (Continued on Page 2)I )


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January, |1969
r.S.Z JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

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Two Worlds of ManBy iT-1 ,

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Cdr. V.J. Mahoney, CHC
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Everyone's naval career, short'or long, Is launched by the magic ROMAN CATHOLIC
word -- orders.. To all Navy men, orders mean many things: separation hIL Sf. r; fU'Clr'fs ChapelSUNDAY
from families; new scenes for new sailors; old haunts

'. for old salts. MASS 9 & 11 a.m
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1tioIfoft
WhateverN/tfe n r external circumstances which a set DA1Y MASS 11:30: a.m.
of orders will Mnfoid': tHere iamtxed with them the internal complex SATURDAY MASS 9-a.m.
of eacKrfl3rflTpr\yategi( pigntswIt
CONFESSIONS 5 p.ni.-
is.AaA&ra'nge' and sometimes mysterious dual world in which we 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
live -- the noisy, busy world of people and places outside us,.and TUESDAY

the silent thoughtful world of plans and persons within us. l ".' :< ; Single Young Catholic Organ-
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The harmonious blending of these two worlds -- and we cannot ,: ization - 7:30 .
p.m.U.
escape from either -- must be in each man's; plan of the day

else they will clash, and the fragments will be aimed; Confusion S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
Introversion, Trouble, Disorder and Unhappiness.
What is true of the small world within each of us is true of this 1 Luke's Chapel

world of millions of human souls, namely, that peace results from .
SUNDAY MASS 8:00
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the tranquility of Order -- not necessarily from a set of orders. a.m.
Peace does not come automatically, to be sure, but with sufficient PROTESTANT

measure to give renewed hope that things are not alwaysso SUNDAY. .. .SERVICES-10:00. :. a.m.
bad as they seem. \
By so living every day in manful maturity to nurture tranquility A PROTESTANT
of mind, by that much does each of us promote peace, not only in ..
our private world, but also across the face of this earth. ; All Saint's Chapel. 1
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JOINT MEDAL-Cdr. Cailmo! J. Cuifc', VW-4' executive 'officer -
Dental/
Jacksonville Society has received the Joint Service Commendation Medal SUNDAY '
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00
for meritorious service from May 1947 to June I'''. He was .# a.m.
131dg. 722
cited as being particularly instrumental in furthering the
Announces Sunday SmIle-In '
JUNIOR' CIH'RCII( I 10.I.nt.
stationed in Korea while Chief
morale and welfare of men Divine Worship :ervi -10a.m., .

The Jacksonville Dental Society is "A Smile-In" and top profes- Personnel Services Branch Jl I Division, Headquarters, United Bldtf. ;* 750 ,
and the Northeast District sional talent as well as the Com- Nations Command/United States Force Korea. Capt. RobertJ. Junior Youth'Fellowship :5 p.m.
Dental Society are preparing for FairJax Band will perform for Braxzell presented the medal to Cdr. Cush during a cere- Bid*. *722..
their fifth annual Children's the youngsters. The entertain- mony in the squadron's hangar.Exchange THURSDAYSenior

Dental Party at the Civic Audi- ment portion of the show is_ pro- Choir Rehearsal: 7 p.m.
torium, Sunday at 2 p.m. duced by Henry Baran who each ShopliftersFace I3ldg. 750
The theme of this year's partyDepeideat year comes up with entertainment THURSDAYJunior
for this show. Choir Rehearsal -- 4 p.m.

DtntalSif .11. Singing, dancing, comedy and Bldi?. V 750 .
the Space Ranger will add up to Stiff PenaltiesIt Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
a little more than an hour show. Bldg. ;*+ 750! ()
Up .,,''IS Meidey Featured acts'will include Terry Christian Science Service 8:00
O'Brien who is a slack-wire would be great to go into are unknown even to employees. p.m. Bid*. '/moj
. Jax -- The Dental Departmenthas artist, and 10-year-old Gregory the exchange and: pick out some er to their respective commandsand
announced that scheduling of Torres from Tampa who recently nice merchandise: from the counters are subject to the charges r---------1

appointments for eligible children played his accordian for and not have to pay for it," dictated by the UCMJ. No mat- I
'whose sponsor's birth month President ,Nixon and has been and that's just what some peopledo ter what penalty is assessed they j Traffic

I is February will begin Monday. Invited back to the White House -- they're called shoplifters.But automatically lose their exchange I
k Appointments must be made in this spring. A special attrac- and commissary privileges -
let them beware, it's onlya
person by the sponsor or spouseat tion will be the "unidentified for at least six months.
of time until they'recaught
the appointment desk. At that friendly ..objects. Last year's matter with the goods. What motivates a person to I "'o.tlons.1\
time they will be given a definite show was such a hit that it won steal something worth only 4Qf

r.. appointment and furnished necessary an award for the outstanding Exchange authorities report when it could easily be paid for The following is a report of
''*" materials and instructions.The lay contribution to the dental that at least ,one' shop' lifter is with pocket change? This is a motor vehicle accidents and traf-
dental program .insures health programThe apprehended daily at 'the NAS question that criminal psychologists fic violations; for the period January -
that each child will receive an first thousand children Main Exchange. The new exchange confront themselves with 14 through 20.

.oral health examination, an ap- that show up will receive a free is staffed with a full time everyday. Nevertheless it continues Number of Accidents
', plication of a sub stance to inhibit gift and all the youngsters will security force of an undisclosed: to go on everyday and whenit This Week - -2
tooth decay, an oral hygiene demonstration get milk, fruit and toothbrushes. number and they are headed bya happens at a Navy exchange It Total Accidents this year throughJan.
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and lecture,and den The poster contest winner selected former New York police de- doesn't hurt any one individual: 20 -11
tal health educational material.No from entries in the Jack- tective. Some of the members but it hurts the recreation fund Number of Accidents through
X Will be taken. sonville school smile -
rays high contest January 1968 -18.
Children of active duty and retired will also be picked. Total number of days since last

military personnel who are There is admission or tic- injury In a motor vehicle acci-

bonafide dependents and betweenthe kets needed and parents can stay dent - - 88.
ages of six and 23 will be for the show as long as they're Number of ViolationsThis

eligible for treatment. accompanied by a child. Week .33

4" Speeding - -10
Reckless Driving .- -1
Club Schedules Going through Stop Sign -1
a g- Other Violations21
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Twenty two drivers appeared -

A'cey Deucy Club before the Traffic Hearing
Crystal Cathedral" will
provide Board on Jan 23. Dispositionof
the beat Sunday and Wed- ..qti 'k the cases included the following -
:Y A three piece combo will be nesday evenings. "The New : One lost driving and
featured in the new Sky Room Sounds"will be on stage Tuesday parking privileges aboard station

tomorrow night and UTonmyBrooks" night. for various periods; Thirteen
will provide the musicin
RED CROSS were! assgned to complete an
the Main Ballroom. "TommyC"
eight hour course in remedial
will be on stage Saturday (Continued from Page I) driving; Five received suspensions -
night and "The Five Clubs" will
providing her own transportation ; Four were given warn-
be in the Main Ballroom Sunday.
and'purchasing her own uniform. ItL1- ings; Five were dismissed;

.'" ., Officer's Club Volunteer work is scheduled only Five were fined ( U. S. Com -
during the regular working day; missioner); and none referredto
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there are no openings for the commanding officers for pos-
Tonight is "Beefeaters Night"from evening hours. With the completion of the re- which benefits from the profits of sible disciplinary action. Seven-
6 to 9 p.m. Saturday is Trained volunteers who have .modeling work new two way the exchange system. teen drivers were assessed 43
the Champagne Dinner specialand completed the Red Cross course, mirrors were added allowing traffic points.
Tuesday is Steak Night. store detectives unobstructedview
an
.. whether here or at another installation -
Entertainment features "Jeanat
of the floor.
patrons on
are urged to sign
up
the Organ", Sundays, Tues-
at the Jacksonville Naval; Hospital Contrary to popular belief in
days and Thursdays, from 6 to where their services are order td be arraigned on shoplifting JAX A I Ft NEWS

10 p.m. immediately required. charges it Is not neces-
CPO Club sary to leave the building with
CONSTRUCTIONC.ntinued the "hot" item. New laws now
Menu specials Include Prime The JAX AIR NEWS 'Is a Civilian
from I say that if, a person leaves a Enterprise Newspaper
Page )
Rib Roast for$1:95 Sunday; Fried ( certain department with an item distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval' Air Static,

Chicken for $.95 Tuesday; Rib corpsmen should be in their new without paying for it, yet remainsin Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing Company, a
,1 Eye, Steak. for $1.35 Wednesdayand dwellings by June If all goes the store can be arrested on private firm All Copy submitted for use 'In the AIR
pizzas for $.75 Thursday according! to -schedule.The shoplifting charges. NEWS must" be forwarded to the Public MX
evening. chiefs will have to console The most unsuspecting: shop- 2, NAS Jacksonville Affairs Office, Box
by 12:00
'. B4.M Jaclats to* themselves in their temporaryclub pers often turn out to be mastersin UcaUn. News items, are noon oa Monday before pub-
welcomed
a little longer as work on lifting items and departing with from all sources Tele
"The Rowe Brothers" will beth their new club is just getting them. At the NAS exchange retired Phone 772 3118 or 31 19. .

music makers tonight and underway. No 'definite date has personnel,wives of military Advertisement ere toUciud by the publisher and queries
'"Phil Cay and the Chantels"will been determined when the new men, Marines sailors and concerning' suck should' I be directed to
.... be on stage tomorrow night"The club will open.U. ,employees have been ap The ;
Standard Productions" will entertain Holt Publlshln '. '
C..puy
'f S. Saving Bonds and prehended. i ItSO Blaadiag 'alvei.
>' Saturday and Sunday af- Freedom Shares are "indestruc Civilians caught are turned Jacksonville, Fla. 31111 Telephone .1 2755

ternoons and again Monday even tible" any that are lost, stolen over to the FBI and appear before -
VOL.
! ing. "The Camelots" will be on or destroyed will be replacedby the U. S. Commissioner. 26. No. 43 JANUARY 30, 1969
stage Saturday evening. "The the Treasury. Military personnel are turned ov-

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CECIL IN CAPSULETHREE VA-44 Plays Host to DeMolay '. .

On Monday, VA-44 hosted a mess, a tour of the flight 'physiology activities planned for members
group of ten teenagers from the training bufldi .NAS by DeMolay. DeMolay is sponsored -
DeMolay chapter Orange Park. Operations tower and NATCC. by the Masons for young
The young men were with Mr. The students also got a cockpit men from ages 14-18. In utilizing -
Larry Helsel, a former naval checkout in the A-4 aircraft and their school holiday in this
aviator who had served with finished the day trying their hands manner these young men now
gA VA-44 while on active duty.They at 'flying" the A-4 in the OFT/ have a fuller understanding of
had a full day of activities in- WST trainer. Cecil Field flight,operations and
cludng movies, chow at theE.M. This tour was one of many mission of the Navy in general.


NAMTD, VA-34, VA-64 Briefs : I


CECIL FIELD The January He and his' wife and five child- Cecil Field last Sunday from
: advancements fitted four ren reside locally at 2004 De La 3700 flying hours and 2,148 arrested -
new chiefs hats onto NAMTD Rocke Drive. landings aboard the USS
instructors here. John J. Naul- Carl L. Sweat, aviation Or- Independence (CVA-62)). They
: teus, Aviation Electricians Mate, dnanceman, got his hat along flew NATO operations with Spa-
added 'Chief to his designationwhile with the others. His teaching is nish, Italian Greek and Turkish
Instructing the automatic concerned with aspects of the A7 units, and fifteen Lancers scor-
flight control system of the A4 Corsair II armaments system.He ed one hundred landings apiece
and the AJB-3 compass system and his wife and two child- aboard thelndependence. Ports of
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Su- ren now call Orange Park home. call were "educational," says a
beno Morino, live in Harvard, squadron release, and Istanbul,
Neb.R.B. Wardell Cashon, who works i in where some Lancers were first-
Collier, Aviation Struc- the same shop with Sweat, and hand witnesses to rioting in the
THREE CHIEFS AND A SKIPPER. .Cdr. D. P. Thomas, tural Mechanic/Hydraulics'- instructs in the same.subject, streets, was called "interesting. -
C. 0. of VA 82, inspects the new "lids" of his three newchiefs' man, was the second NAMTDer'' shared..chlefly..l honors as well. ." (Ve-e-r-y inktrestink,
(I to r). AMHC Bill Smith, ,ADJC Ken Helfrich and to place "chief" at the end of He reported for duty here last maybe?)
,ADJC Herb Slate, who put on the new duds Jan. 16.'Marauders' that mothful of fob description. October and he and his wife and WASHINGTON, D. c. =-
son timothy now live at 3312 Cash value of E and H Bonda
Green Street in Jacksonville. reached an all-time high December .
LAST CARRIER LANDING 81. totaling $51,890,000,
FOR AWHILE The Black while holdings of U.S. Series E
and H Savings Bonds and Free
Advance Lancers of VA-64 returned to
dom Shares came to $52,244,000

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CECIL FIELD In recent : ;;' ;: ;;'.l.l.;; :; ::; : )
advancement ceremonies six-
teen VA-82 Marauders receivedcrew :
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stripes, or, in the case of __ ; -
three of the men, new hats. v t ( T ; :

All of the Marauders recently ::'s', r:>$ NEW d USED FURNITURE. d APPLIANCES &.I: ::
returned from '
an eight-month { NEW 4
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deployment aboard USS America
1ltl NEW 2 USED REFRIGERATORS d STOVES *
which saw combat action against
North Vietnam. M....'W1 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS : li%.'.
Ken Helfrich, who entered the :\ / Credit t:
:tt : Freight Salvage Easy Terms :,;t
Navy in September 1957, has now "I' ,.. ::::: :: &'im=
been advanced to ADJC. He and ti::.::...:.:...:.::.: Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come Ind Browse ..:.::...x'....
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his wife Diane have three child .'"--,:". .. t
ren.Herb ... 'S r'a. 5326 WtscoiMtf it 1 103nl 771.0750MONEY
Slate, a former TAR vI i
who has been advanced to ADJC,

is, .formerly from Lynn,:J Mass. g **.***i xa *ag30os .
He and his wife Sandra and their -- ,( .
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AND HIS MACHINES. .This photo came Into the Afterburner -

/ office from VA-37, embarked upon the USS Kitty .
Hawk, where LCdr John Dechant logged his 599th hour in a 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 2341
ATA Corsair II, The the the
pose garb, tethered jets and 241 WEST FOK.SYTM ST. DIAL JS6 0715
looming island of Kitty Hawk turned a routine shot into
a 5256 IJCACII! IJLVD. DIAL 359 295NEW..ENLARGED
$ 0124. dramatic focus on a twentieth century warrior, his steed and
floating fortress.


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r (EDITOR'S NOTE t Feb ruary 2 through 81s the 21st annual National
Children's Dental Health Week. As part of the observance, the Dental
Department Naval Air Station Jacksonville continues the series of
articles on facts you should know about dental health.)
My dentist tells me that I have a mild case,of gum disease, and
the only treatment he has recommended is regular toothb rushing
after meals. Isn't there any type of cure for this disease?
Although dental scientists have devoted a great deal of study to
gum disease, no cure is yet available. Essentially, prevention is
the key In controlling gum disease, and the regular toothbrushing
your dentist has recommended Is one of the most.effective ways to
prevent and control mild cases of gum disease.
1CHAPLAIN Dental Plaque '

Dental plaque u the slimelike substance that forms on teeth --
Is one of the principal factors in gum disease. Plaque contains
bacteria which attack the teeth and cause caries. In addition,
this substance, as it clings to the tooth, often becomes mineralized.This .
hardened substance, calculus, irritates the gums'and causes
them to recede from the source of irritation.As .
the gum recedes from the calculus, they also leave spaces,
I or pockets, between the gums and the teeth where bacteria and debris -
collect. This leads to further irritation and.the possibilityof
infection. Thus, gum disease Is a continuing process, and, if
HONORED.-James S. Capodanno accepts the Medal of Honor from former Navy left untreated eventually destroys the gums and bones ,around the
Secretary Paul R. Ignatius awarded posthumously to his brother, Lt. Vincent R. Capodanno, a teeth. The result is that the teeth become loose and are lost.
chaplain. of Father I is RAdm. While gum disease accounts for the greatest amount of tooth
Navy Holding a portrait Capodanno James W. Kelly, chief of
loss in adults, it also affects children. According to the American
Chaplains.
Dental Association, approximately one in five children has some
form of gum disease, and, of course, the longer a person has this

Navy Priest Wins Nation's disease, the greater his Disease chances of Control losing his teeth


Even if the disease has made considerable progress, your den-
tist can often control it through regular cleaning of the teeth to
Medal remove plaque and calculus. The dentist also may perform a ging-
Highest Posthumously Ivectomy -- a surgical removal of diseased tissue -- in order to
halt the disease's progress.

However, this type of treatment cannot rebuild the destroyed
The third chaplain in the history and the second Navy chaplain to Medal of Honor posthumously recently tissue and the dental patient must take excellent care of his
I of the U. S. Armed Forces be so honored, was.awarded the in a ceremony held in oral tissues to prevent the disease from recurring.

the Sail Loft at the Washington Again, the best method of prevention is thorough tooth' brushing
Navy Yard, Washington, D. C.
after all meals to prevent plaque from forming on the teeth. This,
Ladies Be, Better Dressed For Less Lt. Vincent R. Capodanno, combined with ,
regular visits to the dentist for removal of any deposits -
Chaplain Corps, U. S. Naval Reserve -
DRESSES $ which. have formed will help to disease
prevent gum or to
Irud N.... .5'1.5 received the nation's highest halt its progress.
ti 30 award for heroism on a

.Vietnam battlefield, where he
Yolee SfeCbttoqeSlioHBMKM was mortally wounded by mortar Marine Aviation Det

Mu R HHl and machine gun fire.

SO 1740 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK Former Secretary of theNavy,
Paul R., Ignatius, acting for the NEW ADJUTANTOne decision to the league leadingand
; Z// Lingerie Sports Casual Cocktail President and in the name of undefeated AE Celtics.
Congress presented the medal to major administration Three MAD Bowling teams op-
James S. Capodanno of Staten change took place last; week at ened the newly formed NATTC
Island, New York, who acceptedon the Marine Aviation Detachment Navy Intramural Bowling League
behalf of his deceased brother. Tuesday night.
when 1st Lt. W. R. Lane assumed -
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, the position of Command Adjutant The league has 10 teams and
the chief of Naval Operations, will run for twelve weeks. Tro-
read the citation.At Lt. Lane replaces CWO Les- phies will be awarded to the top
All Ranks All Ages _. the time of his death he ter W. Kuchler who is retiring three teams,both for the team and
'-' was serving as Chaplain of the after more than 30 years of ser- individuals. Also trophies will
LOW RATES 3rd Province, Republic of Vietnam vice.. be awarded for high average both
he continued to give medical -
'Taking the position as scratch and handicaphigh series
aid to the wounded and administer person-
nel officer which Lieutenant Lane and high individual game. All
EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS' last rite's.to. the dying, vacated is 1st Lt. George M. trophies will be presented at a
while refusing medical aid for presentation banquet.
Bryant who arrived here re -
himself, until he was killed bya
cently from duty with Force log-
burst 'of machine
enemy gun
istics Support Group Alpha{ in Six Advr aced
fire.Lt. Vietnam. As coincidence might to E-3
educated
Gbpodanno was at
have it, Lieutenant Lane
Curtis School,Staten Island was'
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE High ; also relieved by Lieutenant
Fordham University, New York, Bryant in Vietnam. Jax -- Six NAS personnelwere
and he attended Maryknoll Seminaries advanced to E-3 as a
UNDERWRITERS, INC.formerly in Glen Ellyn, Ill., Bed- MAD SPORTS result of the January exams.
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He ordained Catholic Prieston Harper, FN Kenneth
was a E.Hop-
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676 June 7, '1957. He served asa ball team is having a rough time... son, SN Bonita L. McFaden
settling into the
shoes of their
('all 'Us Anytime missionary for the Catholic AN John T. Owen SN DianeA.
football
Foreign Mission Society in Taiwan -. Intramural counterparts in NATTC Robinson and SN Mary L.
and Hong Kong from 1958 to play. Stillson.HONDA.
The Reds have
1965. On Jan. 2, 1966, he ac- dropped four
in a row, with the most recent
cepted an' appointment as a
setback at 40 39 last
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Federal Merit Promotion 2 C R F Y IRD ListsNewJobs /



Policy Is Being Revised '



Fourth in a Series of Articles must receive sufficient publicityand .A .4a T t t Merit promotion opportunities

contain sufficient Informationso currently open for receipt of applications -
Allowing voluntary applica- that all eligible employees In i are listed below. The
tions will create additional advancement the area of consideration know area of consideration and the
opportunities for em- about the vacancy and what they closing date of each are shown.
ployees who are in dead end have to do to apply for it. MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -
jobs within their own area of Vacancies do not have to be grade levels GS 4 and below;
consideration and will give all announced, however, When they MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all
employees a greater chance to be are not, all eligible employees semi skilled positions pay level
considered for jobs in which they within the area of considerationmust seven and below and MPB No.83-
are interested no matter where in be considered. 67 Plan B all skilled positionspay
the agency. Agencies can consider employees level seven and above...Area
All employees in the area of without having employeessend T of consideration: NAS, NARF,
consideration must be given an in applications for speci- NARTU, COMFAIRTAX,FAETU-
equal opportunity to be consid- fic vacancies by maintaining a r LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
ered for There "skills file" which contains Information -
a job vacancy. Commissary Stores, Navy Re -
are various, ways for agencies to about the qualification MASTERS DEGREES-- Dean J. C. Reid, University of Flori- cruiting Station, Disease Vector
locate eligible candidates; arid of all employees. da College of Engineering (I) looks over the Master of En- Control Center'and' Resident
different ways may be appro- When a vacancy occurs, the gineering Degrees presented to D. W. Fone .(c) and J. R. Storage Office, Jacksonville.Ap- :
priate for different occupationsand personnel office can then review Smith, both of NARF. The men received their masters de plications for these positions will ;.
grades. the skills file to see which em- be accepted at any time. A sep-
grees through the University of Florida's program for contin-
Posting or circulating notices ployees are ellgble for the job. uing education. arate application must be filed !
of vacancies is one effective way (Next article: How employeesare for each position in which in -

of calling promotion opportunities evaluated, ranked and sel- riw: >,t. t .""WI1t1l.. \ ., 11) terested.
ected. <\
)
to the attention of interested x MPB No. 4-69 Medical
employees.These announcements Technologist 01 Medical Tech-
a & nician, GS- 7. Area of con-
i 4 sideration: Nationwide. Applications -
I 45 Give to Blood Bank for this positions will
be the closeof
accepted through
,L- p I IVVA business Feb. 20.
Forty-five NARF employees Church C.C. Star rat, R.E. Lee, MPB No. 5-69 Industrial
answered the emergency call for R.A. Day, W.E. Madlln, H.P. Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11.
blood donors to the NAS-Civil SheppeU, E.T Collier, HJ. Eld- I- : t's iiY Area of consideration: Nation-
Service Blood Account. ridge, and J.L. Abernathy. wide. Applications for this posi-
The donors Included: J. Dias, Burch Murray, Owen Russelland tion will be accepted until the
G.A. Willis, R.L. Morin, B.L. J.L Bellinger Jr., of the Industrial needs of the services are met.
Vincent, J.F. Burns, R.C. Scott, Relations Department, tf MPB No. 7-69 LibraryTech-
J.E. Donnelly, J.H. Dias E.F. E.N. Sapp, Public Works Depart nician (Typing) GS 4. Areaof
Leslie, H.W.Wilkins,E.L.Mann ment and L.L. Shearer, Navy Finance consideration: All naval acti-
ing, F.L. McAdams, Roger Hess, Officer also contributed to .: vities In the Jacksonville area.
J J. Tutone, J.P. Morgan, ML. the account. Applications for this positidnwill 'I
Holder, F.H. Johnson, C.K. be accepted through the close of
Drinking is a factor in at
Hamilton, Joseph Gillespie,M.T. least half of the fatal motor- : business Monday.
Samples, W.T. Martin,R.R.Roe- vehicle accidents according to rTRETIREMENT
nlsch J.T. Raines E.G. Wigginton special studies done in four MPB No. 8-69 EAM Super-
S.R. Ralph, E.P. Grote,P.E. states. In California, for example visor GS 5. Area of consideration '
artin,Bazrett: and J.P. Sullivan. nearly three out of five WATCH .. Cdr. R. R. Randall, assistant pub- : Sixth Naval Dis-
Also C.A. Faubion, R.D. Al- of the fatally injured drivers lic works officer, present a retirement watch to Harold W. trict. Applications for this posi-

lala, C.F. Alderman, C.P. sible tested for in 1967 accidents who were had respon-been .An son, when he retired after more then 20 years federal ser tion close will of be 'business accepted Feb.throughthe 19.
,Crouch, J.E. Wilson, H.C. vice here.
drinking.
All applicants must be careeror
O""O. 0 O O O"' O"" oita0AAA0O 04lll O""O career conditional employees -
? IWhat's CLIPPER CROSBY SEACRAFT of the federal government.
i e. QATOR.ROCK ItT Applications Forms 171 for these
a' Ie positions should be filed with IRD
iO u I, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,

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Wives Club lax #86 Installs New : 1i i


The Navy Wives Club of Am- Out going officers were Mrs. and responsible club. lie i t" ,
erica Jax 86 held their 22nd Bennett, president, Mrs. Jay gratulated the new officers, '
annual installation of officers at Perry, vice president,and Mrs. ing they have a difficult, yet : I-
the Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel Gregory Lucas, chaplain.Jax warding year ahead of them. "
Saturday. 86 has logged in the past Cutler stated that the club )
" More than 100 members and year, more than 9000 hours in be truely proud of the .
guests saw Mrs. Henry Barnes club projects and more than 6000 butions they have made t ..'
receive the gavel of office from hours in welfare projects. In- morale of persdhnel on 1 :'
and that he was certain the .
\I
.' B will continue to lead its :,:'
bers in enthusiastic and : .. ,
participation.In .
d addition to presenting j a
,
aavel of office to Mrs. : :

, Mrs. Bennett also presented : ;3,:
with
new president a ,,1;;
pin in honor of her two
; secutive of service as i
t years
.
I
, :
parliamentarian. Mrs.
also presented Guards of ::
f to the out going i i:,!j
her staff.In ).':1\\
accepting the gavel
V 'ttro d office of president, Mrs. peo'i toi
called for a blending of ;
: and working together in
). "\ i'iI' mony, to accomplish the
motto of "progress.1Mrs.
i_ fl Bennett thanked her
: _-I workers for their 'f.I
ic- I SE ;
: : during her reign and
-t ;" the club's success of the
: -
ice,,. ,. ., l'< year to the willingness of .'<'
bers to give of themselves.
; NEW PRESIDENT -- Mrs. Henry Barnes (I) takes the gavel Following the
Mrs. Thomas Bennett, outgoing president. tertained at a dance with
by the Sam Ross Orchestra. :
'; out-going president, Mrs. Thomas eluded in these hours are the
Bennett. club's work with the AmericanRed JOWC Plans
: The evening was highlighted Cross cerebral palsy chil-
, .by an impressive candlelight dren and the United Federal Cam-
.. ceremony. Each of the newly paign. To Conduct
elected officers was escorted to Point awards were presented,
: a 'candle lit platform where to Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs.
b LCdr. C.W.Roberson,NAS chaplain Thomas Hamby and Mrs.Thomas Spanish
'; ', administered to'them"their Bennett for I having the highest '
:( individual oath of office. number of hours in club and welfare -, Jax >- The next I
Taking the oath of office were projects and individual work: Officers Wives Club luncheon
,. Mrs. Barnes, president, Mrs. Guest speaker for the annual be held at the Officer's Club
1 /B. J. Howard, vice president dinner dance was Capt. H. O. Wednesday, with social hour
Mrs. Alvin Stone, chaplain, Mrs. Cutler, HAS command ing officer. ginning at 11:30 and lunch :
i William Brown, treasurer Mrs. .HP. expressed his appreciation to at 12:30.A "I
Thomas Hamby, recording sec- Mrs. Bennett and other membersof menu of gazpasho
retary, Mrs. John Keiper, cor- the club for their strong, en- and flan has been planned to j
and Mrs. pliment the Spanish '
responding secretary thusiastic and responsible leadership -
. mile Olano] will speak on
John Eccleston,parliamentarian. of a strong, enthusiastic
interest and customs of her "

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Phyllis Harkins ,

AOC Richard J. Burke who winner of the formal speech competition must therefore demonstrate qualities -
had the honor of being one of held among the six best of effective speaking of
the first Navymen to receivethe speakers of his class 68-H. The the highest order. Chief Petty
William 0. Florstedt Awardin six speech competition''' finalistsare Officer Burke's selection as the w
August 1968 was the proud all highly effective speakers best among other highly competent -
recipient of another award on each having survived the speakers was well de-
Jan. T3. He received the Naval inter-platoon competition. The served."
Air Training Command Chief final competition to select the Chief Burke reported aboard
Petty Officer Academy Speech best speaker from the entire the station last January from r1
Award from Capt. R.P. Kline ina class of 60 chief petty officersis the Naval Aerospace Recovery
ceremony conducted in the Cap held as an integral part of Facility at El Centro, Calif.,
tain's office.A the end-of-course ceremonies.The where he was in charge of the
letter of commendable finalists employing techniques Escape Systems Shop.* He was

achievement received from the learned during 22 hours of an instructor at AOB) School --.....
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Chief of Naval Air Training, classroom instruction compete until October when he was trans-
Pensacola read in pan: "To before an audience composed of ferred to Memphis to take the NEW COMMODORE -- Capt. D. H. Herlong (I) takes commandof
earn this award Chief Burke the student body, academy staff Program Instruction Writing FAW -11 i from Capt. W. W. Honour in ceremonies held Fri-
participated in and was judged and invited guests. The winner Course. Since his return from
Memphis he has been assignedas
a Program Instruction Writer day.TopChaplain RelievedCapt.
for the AO Schools.
Chief Burke and his wife Patricia -
j reside with their two Joseph M. Geary, Chap- War II, the USS Fresno and the
-T daughters in Orange Park.fss..s..4 I lain Corps, reported to theNavalAir USS Des Moines.
Station earlier this month to Prior to reporting here Capt.
; .-i-- -ii a El Check-in began at 4 p.m. Fri- assume duties as NAS senior Geary was attached to the 3rd
day at King Hall for approxi- chaplain. Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine
mately 190 Explorer Scouts and Capt. Geary will relieve Capt. Air Station El Toro,Calif.Chaplain .
_IJr,1 Adult Advisors to attend the Sixth Rodney Harrison who is scheduled T
Annual Council Explorer Con- to report to Da Nang Province :
ference held at the Naval Air Vietnam.A :
Technical Training Center. native of Chicago, Capt.
The conference was a training Geary attended St. Mary of the
event for both Adult Advisors and Lake Seminary in Mundelien Ill $
3
Boy-leaders. The program included where he received his master
election of 1969 Council degree in Theology. ,He was ordained -
Officers, an orientation flight, in the Arch Diocese of Chicago -
elective sessions and competitiveevents. in April 1938.
j A trophy was awardedto The pew senior chaplain was
; :; commissioned in January 1943.
the post who had the best
He attended Chaplain School in
display on Saturday afternoon Norfolk, Va. Since then he has
the of their specialtyor
telling story
served both stateside and over-
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AWARD WINNER -- AOC Richard j. ounce, winner of the one of their superactivities.A seas. His tours of duty includethe
banquet was held on
CPO Academy Speech Award, receives congratulations from Saturday closing night. USS Bushnell, during World
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NAS: "THE LOVE INS" star- I .
ring Richard Todd and James J' ,

will be shown nightlyat MacArthur, Color Drama. A ,'" < ",_, .. ." _
the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. M/VG (99 mins.)

There will also be a kiddie mat- HOSPITAL: "UP THE MAC Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jocksonuille,
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a GREGORS" Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.Ads .
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun; C. FIELD: "ENTER LAUGH arriving' too late for this deadline will' be published the following week unless the
day and holidays.The ING" publisher is 'instructed: otherwise. A check: or money order for the full. cost of the ad must
Hospital Theater will have MONDAY FEB. '3 be received: WITH the copy for the ad.Dt .
one nightly feature at 7 p.m.
Cecil Field will have two nightly NAS: "FROM RUSSIA WITH Nat Seal Cash
shows during the week at 5:30 LOVE" starring Sean Connery.

and showp 8 on p.m.weekends Matinees at will 2 and be Color HOSPITAL 007 Drama.: "THE A/E LOVE((123 ruins INS"C. ) Rata: Mlalnan charge ((3 Hies). . . . .$2.00


5 p.m.Ratings: A-Adults; G-General:: FIELD: "DOUBLE MAN" Par aMitioBil line ((4 wards par II..). '. . 0.50
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- TUESDAY FEB. 4

Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very NAS "LIVE
: FOR LIFE" star- --- -
Good; G-Good F-Fair; CNA ring Candice Bergen and Yves
Class Not Available. Montand. Color Romance Drama.
UNFURN <
APT. FOR RENT
A/E (130 ruins) STEREO UNCLAIMED 1968 CAMPER NOMAD
THURSDAYJAN,30 HOSPITAL: "FROM RUS Christmas Lay Aways left un with 3/4 ton Ford truck. Fully 2 BR., Kit Equip. Patio Nr, ;
SIA WITH LOVE"C. claimed. Beautiful Stereo-Radio equipped. Self contained. 2500 School, NAS & shopping centers. <
NAS "ENTER LAUGHING"starring
: Jose Ferrer and Shel- FIELD: "UP THE MAC Combination Walnut Console miles $4000. cash. Tel,.264-9931 348 Stiles Ave. Orange Park or
GREGORS" Model that has never been used. after 1600.EVINRUDE. 388-2337 after 6.Unclaimed. \
Winters. Color Comedy.G/VG
ly You can have for balance $68,
Layaway
mins.) WEDNESDAY FEB. 5
((110
$9 Phone 353-1946 SPORTSMAN BOAT
mo.
or per NEVER USED
HOSPITAL "DEADLY AF -
: NAS "HERE GO ANYTIME. Will deliver, ob- 16 ft.Cathedral Hull. Fullyequip-
FAIR" starring James Mason : WE ROUND no Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
and Simone Signoret. Color Spy THE MULBERRY BUSH" star- ligation. 1606 Main Street. ped. Mooring cover, trailer, etc. chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
Drama. A M/VG ((105 mins.) ring Barry Evans and Judy Gee- $4000 cash Tel. 264-9931 after designs, blind hems, Pay bald
C. FIELD "FAMILY WAY" son. Color Comedy. A/E ((104 WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear 1600. $25 cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
starring Hayley: Mills andjohni' mins.) NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of 1965 BEL AIR home trial 771-9106 anytime.

Mills. Color Drama.. A/VG ((115 HOSPITA: "LIVE FOR LIFE"C. Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. Chevy Station Wagon For Sale. 6437 Wilson Blvd.
mins.) FIELD: "THE LOVE INS" Apts. Newly painted, 2 BR., LR, $1295. 246-3771. ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking. .
FRIDAY JAN, 31 Comptroller ServesAs Water, Sewage & Garbage includ. BOAT FOR SALE Your Pans & Service Center

Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Cobia 20 ft., with 1968 Evlnrude PERFORMANCE CARS, INC.
NAS: "DOUBLE MAN" star-' Host for ManagersThe 387-2541, nites or weekends Call 100 HP, 1968 Gator tandem trail 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388-0428.;
and Britt Erk-
ring Yul Brynner
389-0744. er. Walk-thru windshield, new
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
Color Melodrama. G/VG
land. station's Comptroller De-
convertible top, 48 gal. gas ca- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
(105 mins.) partment recently played hostto HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER pacity. Equipped and ready for FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
LAUGHING"
HOSPITAL: "ENTER more than 90 people duringa Excel condition, 4 Br., 2B.Cen off shore or in shore fishing Call Powell or Mills, USN J
of the Priority
two day workshop tral A/C & Heat Redwood fence with New 60 watt Raytheon
LOVE" Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park |
"DEVIL
C. FIELD: Management Effort(PRIME),
Hills 781-3680 radio, Raytheon Depth Recorder,
Rolling area .
any- Realty. Military-Free Notary.VA
starring Vittorio Gassmann and Personnel from NAS NATTC, time. rod holders, compass and many
Mickey Rooney. Color. Comedy. NARF, Cecil Field, Mayport, extras. Just like a new rig. You & FHA REPOSSESSIONS
A/G(97( mins.) Glynco and Key West participated DIAL TOM CAVINESS! save $2,0001 r Phone Hanson 388- 3 BR, 1,1 1/2 & 2 baths $100

SATURDAY, FEB. I in the Fiscal' Year 69 ses- If you would like to become a 9428 after 6..p.m.CHRISTMAS. down as low as $i)5 month. Callus
sion Jan. 20 and 21.
for to date lists that will
Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- up
NAS: "UP THE MACGRE-, During the workshop, man- nouncer. A recorded message by LAYAWAYSLeft be mailed without obligation.
GORS" starring David Bailey and agement personnel were given Tom Caviness tells you how. Unclaimed Sewing MachinesWe VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.
George Riguad. Color Western. the opportunity to discuss resource Ph. 355-4834. have 2 1969 Dial-o-matlc
CHEVY CAPRICE STATION
;GIG ((93 mins'.) management system pro- Zig Zags that have never beenused' 67
,. Wagon, All Power W/extras. No
HOSPITAL: "DOUBLE MAN"C. blems with other management "
s\ \ They were Christmas Lay-
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jusTiss TRAILER PARK -i equity. Assume Cred. Un. Loan.
t FIELD: .DEAD Y" AF personnel.. Aways that were never picked
.iFAIRS" The PRIME workshop first Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean up. Customers left area. We are Bal. $1900. 772-2909or 771-7504

\ SATURDAY MATINEE instituted by the Department of modern trailers & Apts. 389- unable to locate them. You can 1964 YW DELUXE,BUS

Defense last July.. 3007 have these machines for bal. of Good Cond. New Tires. $1050.
'I, NAS: "GENERAL GIANT" $47 each. Cash or terms. Phone 5323 San Juan Ave. Ph. 384-1644 *s
:starring Dennis Weaver and Vera 353-1946 ANYTIME. We deliver. or 387-4593.

"Miles. Color drama plus, No obligation. 1606 Main Street.
Video" One((108 WANTED
:"Capt. Chapter '
mins.) OPEN BHHHB SUNDAY STAIN TECHNIQUE Working girl to share ne\fr duplex
Apt. 781-0201 After 4:30 p.m.
' Classes will begin on February4,
\ 1969 starting with finger paint- 1968 VW FASTBACK SEDAN |

! Ing. These instructions will give New 7.35-15 W/W Tires, Empi
you rewarding results plus cut Exhaust Headers, Tach Excel-

1 EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTEDWe down on your costly CERAMICSPH. mistakes.PRISCILLA'S lent Condition. 771-1133.

auan MAROON 66 OLDS "442"
n gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In 771-7036
pertlon.,Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything 1 Owner, Black Int.,'4 Spd.Tach
that needed It. And 'guaranteed them 100% for the repair or FOR SALE: Mag. Wheel, Radio WReverb.Call .

(}) lias miler replacement Come of.on all In major and double mechanical check.parts for 30 day. or 1000 1963 (White) Chevy Impala. Air 388-7091. .

; Condition, Radio and Heater.$600 FOR SALE 66 SUPER HAWK
-ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE cash. 2649837.
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Exc. Cond. Jesse Lane,7723322or
San Juan at Niblick "ROADRUNNER" 1965 RAMBLER 3321. $300. W/Helmet Sissy
68PLYM I. Hardtop .$2295
Phone 384 4406 "770"- Sta. Wag. 1 owner, A/C, Bar.
67 DODGE DART F cry Air.Conditioned. $1895 good shape. I Ph.: 389-5234 p.m.or FURN DUPLEX

e 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms weekends. 3804 Valencia Rd.,on Boone Park
Garden Type Apartmentswith 66 FORD GALAXY 500"F !r arrkONewS1745, MIDDLEBURG AREA in Riverside. LR 18x24, 2 BR.

Atmosphere Country Club 66 DODGE CORONET 4 Dr., vs. A/T. PS .$1595 Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres ; 10 Sep. Din. Rm. Bath incl. Shower
with G-E acres & larger. 'Terms. Ph. & Tub. Lg. Yd., A/C & Circ.
Kitchens Ranges G equipped Refrigerators 66 MUSTANG a-Ooor Hardtop Auto Turn.. $1495 282-5272 or 2825224.. Heat. 15 min. NAS $130 incl.
all Util. 389-7852.
Individual Air Conditioningand 65 1i boot $;: $1395
by G-E BUICK SPECIAL Ps, vAT .
Heating CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS FOR RENT
Drapes furnished and 63 VW .. $995 NAS & CECIL. 3 BR., 2 ,Ba., 3 Bedroom Trailer in the Countryon
Wall to Wall Carpeting Kit. Equip. A/C & C/H. Fenced '1 acre, own well, Air Cond.
.Large Swimming Pool 65 VW SEDAN. .. : .',.' ., .'. .' -$1195
: yard. 2003 Braque Court. 781- School Close, $95 See to appre-

66 VW SEDAN .. ?._.,..,:- .-" .-..'. $,129567VWSEDAN. 3437. ciate. 282-5235 or 264-5221.
',. '.. "" ,' I "1.t "} r
I . . .$1595 MILITARY GUEST QT HS. '69 HARLEY SPRINT
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.,., 2 Br, Furn. Apt. A/C Furn. New Cond. Xtras. Make Offer.
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r.M . $ ?
68 VW SEDANS LIKE NEW i ; ; -
iriiij'ILL4&1LsIL Built In 'elect kitch. Will rent Call 781-7468 after"5.OWN .
66 VW FASTBACK.VJW': : :: *, Families or Bachelors. 5 min.to YOUR OWN
VALUES'' 66 VW Deluxe sution.wgoa-,7-. ; : : -$1695 NAS..TVUtensilsElec.Blanket BUSINESS!.

WHOLESALE .66 VW Squareback. '. : .. .." ':'.,. $1650 optional 264-6884. Husband and wife team ideal for *
established nat'l restaurant fran-

67 VW Fastback. .. . $1795 WELDING! r chise. Present owner must selT
No job too large or small.Trailers due to traveling. $20,000, Atlan-
67 VW Fastback, Air Cond. . . $2050 ornamental iron work, fuel tic Beach. Phone 3980150.
oil stands. Westside Custom
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM .
Lane & Lenox.
Welding Corner FURN APTS. AVONDALE .
781-9482. 1503 Seminole Rd. $85 mo. Mr.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN Grose. 398-4531 384-7374.
SUNDAY SINGER

GOLDEN SEW NEW SHIPMENT

Like New, 4 dr. desk. Does Calcutta, Poles, 14'-16'-20 ft.
INC. all this without attachments lengths. FISHER'S 1660 Blanding

SURPLUS COOPS tonholes, fancy designs, blind Blvd..3871841.
hems, overcasts, winds bobbin
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo. STUD SERVICE FOR '

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5, Open Sun. 1 PM to 6PM Free home trials. 77--8211 DASCHUND AKC Registered. If
10735 0 724766? Dealer.6431 Wilson Blvd. interested call 772-0439.



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t'i, NC., tu F*G- !l d M ''f 4"Lw
;# c8K Another Kind of Artillery. ; ..1.18y

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e'fk Lt.jg( ) Craig R. Whitney ed, and 20 fortified foxholes and Abord the small plane, a
q ,.t"'eR MN, tK rt L M'r r Photos By 1,200 pounds of rice destroyed.The Marine Corps spotter from the
: A 4, PH3 Michael 0. NewmanThe word was broadcast to the fire support coordinating centerat
; 4r crew; people shrugged.It Dong Ha got read to guide the
nine 16-Inch guns of the happens that way every day New Jersey's shells to their
battleship New Jersey loomed on the gunline. But the battle- target.
almost directly above the Viet- ship does not work alone. Each Capt. Willis, a "Catkiller"
namese fishermen tending their mission is a coordinated effort pilot from the Army's 220th Reconnaissance -
a .. nets a few miles off the mountainous which involves sailors and Aircraft Company -
shoreline of South Viet- soldiers[ of the Navy, Marine In Phu Bai and an experienced -
'1 4 nam. The morning was sunny, Corps, Army, and even the Air spotter himself, began -
'; r rq with a fresh breeze which set the Force. And in what happens a wild ride that would not
great ship towards the beach and away from the ship, not on it, is end until completion of the mis-
forced her to use her engines most of the meaning and the sion, some three hours later.
b K t. every few moments to remain drama of the 56,000-ton floating Willis says he flies "from
precisely on station. artillery platform which is the the ground up," and he meansit.
When she moved,her giant pro- USS New Jersey. To get a last close look at
K N' k r J411* .fir( Ate'' n pellers fouled the fishermen'snets. Four days after the missionin the targets on the ground, he
But the ship was ready to the coastal mountains, the took the single-engine Cessna on
fire, and called out a "Swift" battleship steamed northward at a dive from his spotting posi-
boat from a nearby shore baseto 27 knots to take up a new position tion to an altitude so low that he
warn the smaller craft away. off Cua Viet, in Northern and his spotter could look right
Moments later, two klaxons Corps. Army Capt. FrederickW. down Into the cave entrance lead-
sounded on the third,enormous Willis,26,of Nashville,Tenn..- ing into the bunker itself. Nobody -
blast shattered the stillness,and was flying an O-l "Bird Dog" was around, but there were
.... an orange cloud of sulfurous spotter aircraft over the cratered footprints on the paths around
smoke shot out from the gun and pockmarked terrain just the complex and it looked as if
barrel., A black mass raced below the Demilitarized Zone it had been used recently.
away at'at 2,500 feet per second and radioed the New Jersey: Willis gunned his engine and
and, sounding like a Jet the plane quickly regained alti-
airplane as it sped along its "Flood Tide, this is GingerAle tude in time for them to see the
trajectory, vanished from sight Alfa. I have a firing mis- flash of the 'gun on the battle
within two seconds. sion, number 110. Coordinates, ship, about ten miles away''' and
That was all the fishermen 710677. Elevation, ten feet. I barely visible through the haze.
could see, and that was all any- have numerous large bunkers, He then pointed on wingtip at
one aboard the ship could see five smaller bunker complexes, the grond and maintained a tight
@tiR as the'missions continued until four freshly plowed fields, and circle over the target area as
shortly after noon. A few hours recent trail activity. Main armament the battleship warned him that
i + later, spotters ashore radioed the one gun, four salvoes, fire the projects would hit in 20
t '" RS day's damages to the battleship: for effect after adjustment, seconds.
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Jax -- James M. Macfarland. manding officer, before touringthe community relations manager ofa
U.S. Information Agency foreign Facility's avionics building local firm.Macfarland.
service officer and special for- where Macfarland talked with several whose volunteer 1 )Ed4F
eign affairs assistant to the Executive handicapped employees. work with the handicapped in ? .5
Secretary of the Presi- Later the group; traveled to Israel during his tour of duty
dent's Committee on Employment the,, Supply Department, where there as Embassy Press Attache
of the Handicapped, visit- they were met by Capt. D.A. earned him citations from the
ed the air station last week dur- Hempson, supply officer,before a Israeli Minister of Social Wel- VISITORS ConUrlng with Capt. Cutler during Jan. 22 visit
ing a two-day Jacksonville stay. tour of the department. Mac- fare and pri\'ateagencleshasthe are (L to R) H. F. Quandt, Mrs. Drthy McAlily, IRD; JamesM.
Macfarland his NAS
began Jax farland also stopped to talk to responsibility of acquainting .
MacFarland, Employment of the
tour with a courtesy call on Cape. a handicapped worker in the Sup- overseas audiences, through Handicapped foreign affairs
11.0. Cutler, station commanding ply Department. USIA media facilities, with the assistant, and R. K. Wirth. The group later toured HARF
officer. He and his group then Accompanying Macfarland to success of the "Hire the Handi- and Supply.
heard the station's command pre- the air station were Mrs. Mac- capped -- It's Good Business"
sentation before dining at the farland,H.F. Quant of the Florida theme achieved in the U.S. as citizens.In Macfarland conferred with members -
Candlelight Restaurant. Follow State Employment Service inJax; the result, of the joint efforts naming Macfarland to the ) pf Florida Employment Ser-
ing lunch, the group met with Harry L. Kinne, vice presidentof of American businessmen, Government executive position Harold Rus- vice as well as with members of
Capt. C.T. FauldersNARF com a local bank' and R.K. Wirth, and public spiritied sell, head of the President's the Mayor's and Governor's com-
-- Committee on Employment of mittees on Employment the
-i----- the Handicapped,said,"We on the Handicapped.
;: Only 7/2 miles from HAS Jax M.in C.,. President's Committee feel that
the U.S. image overseas can be Arthur A. Slocumb, public affairs -
1 213 l4ft Apfrfntits improved by telling people. in officer, arranged and con-
.M
other lands abut our successful ducted the Jan. 22 station visit
free $131 per eleutko. cooperative efforts In rehabilitating for Macfarland. Mrs. Dorthy
andemploying the handi McAlily, Industrial Relations Department -
capped., accompanied the group
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Fliers Split Weekend Action ;

.. JOSN Brent KallestadThe

Visit Fri. & Sat Jax Navy Fliers sporting an 8-7 season record begin to pre-,
Eye Glync.o pare for the District Basketball Tourney which is slated for Albany
February 101A.The \
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team has been forced to regroup all season due to untimel
Pete the visitors outscored Jax 50-37 Oaks was the game's leading transfers but coach Tom Warner's cagers have maintained winning i I
Big in the final 20-minutes of playto scorer with 23 points. Jimmy mark and reserves have begun to pick up the slack.
grab a 93-83 victory. Stevenson 6-5 jumping jack Steve Miller the team's most consistent; performer has been
Harry Anderson of Charter played his best game for the lost for the season; Greg Burham and Pete Bovenkamp. are out of
". Laces 20 Fliers scoring 20 points on nine the district: ; and John Mann i is doubtful '
fielders and a pair of charity Jimmy Stevenson a high-stepping 6-5 rail of a man has stepped.
tosses. The slender Stevenson into the Flier's frontline and responded with superb basketball.Bob .
InWinJax who scored mostly on tapinsand Tuscan Ken Winkle and Nick McBride have shelved their minor
turn around jumpers from roles and now form a nucleus of our scoring attack.
-- Coach Tom Warner's ; close in, did a yeoman job rebounding Pensacola always seems to be the club to win in the District Six
offensive quintet ((90 points per also. tournament but the Fliers are a high-scoring group that could con-
game) kept their winning record -&r Other Jax Navy performers in ceivably bring our District laurels into Jax for the Regional Feb.
double figures; Nick McBride had
intact over the weekend by gaining 1721.
a' victory Saturday night fol- 3 16 markers ,on eight field goals Incidentally Chuck Bryson mainstay on the 1967-68 Jax quintet.
lowing a Friday night loss. Pete Bovenkamp netted six goals Is making his presence felt in Junior College circles. The 6-1
The Fliers now 8-7, fell to and three free throws for 15 Ohio performer is displaying his talents in a Florida Junior College
Charter Oaks, 93-83 Friday points and Greg Burham and jersey this season and has been averaging over 20 points a game
night, but atoned the defeat witha Bob Tuscan each scored a dozen through the first 18 FJC contests.If .
101-60 thrashing of USS Yellowstone counters. you plan on beinghome Friday evening,you might consider flipp-
Saturday. c Saturday's Game. ing on the "tifce" around 7:30 for an hour with the world-famous
I//- The Charter Oaks team which Harlem Globetrotters.The .
of several independent The Fliers bounced back Saturday Globetrotters the Generals
consists top area will meet Washington and the
cagers found Jax to night to bounce the USS Yellowstone game's play-by-play man "Soupy" Sales will add enjoyable color
be very stubborn in the Friday 5 101-60 with 6-4 Pete with his commentary.
night encounter. The Fliers Bovenkamp doing the damage to The ol' high-pitched color man of the group -- Meadowlark
boomed out to an 11-point lead Jax Navy's Pete Bovenkamp the seafaring cagers. Lemon -- remains the mainstay of the attraction but "Showboat"
in the first half, and led 4643at who steadily improves with Bovenkamp who dumped in Hall's antics and the dribbling of Curly Neal will give viewers many
intermission. Little John age like a good wine sparkedthe eight field goals and four free laughs.
Mann who scored eight points Fliers 101.60 route of throws: for 20 points led the CBS will carry the one-hour special and a flick of the wrist Friday -
suffered a sprained ankle in the the Yellowstone. Warner-coached: cluB into a45-27 night Channel 4, and you will have an enjoyable weekend warmup.
lead and the second half saw the ;
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test midway through the opening Bowling PostponedJax Fliers blitzing the Yellowstone I
half. Mann's absence and few defense for 56 points while allowing -
a ( from Page I) GIANT SWAP MEET
defensive lapses left the Fliers -- The 1969 Intra- only 33.
struggling in the second half and mural Bowling Leagues will Bob Tuscan and Ken Winkle JAX LARGEST FLEA
not commence until February each scored a half dozenfieldersand by March 31 through the com- MARKETAll
Hurricane Hunters Lauded 10 vice the 3rd because four charity throws for 16 manding officer. Personnel; Selected -
team managers have points Jim Stevenson netted 12 for ADCOP must reenlistor Spaces Under Shelter
The men of Weather Recon- not responded to directives. points on six baskets, and Handy extend their enlistments to 20th and Edgewood
naissance Squadron Four were Athletic Director Frank Whittaker broke Into double fie have at least six years of obligated -

congratulated for their per- McCaffery requires that gures with 11 points. service from Sept. 1 or Feb. Every Sat, 9 am 6:00: pm ,
formance in the support of the team captains submit team Jax Navy hosts Glynco Ga., 1, depending on the class con
am. 9 6:00 J
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Apollo 8 space mission by Maj. rosters to the Athletic Department Friday night at 8 p.m. and Satur- vening date.Further am pm
Gen. Vincent G. Huston Depart- if they wish to day the Fliers tip-off against information concernIng Phone76870580r7684793
ment of Defense (DOD) Manager.In compete in the Spring Bowl- Gynco at 2 p.m. Both games ADCOP maybe obtained at the J
congratulating the squadronMaj. ing competition. are scheduled for the gymnasium NAS Educational Services Office. 354-9119 j""
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