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Blue .Collar Workers ray Hi If Alilliv ;;:




NiHt Chili* In addition, all ratings in the conversion does not benefit the
KD Gets
Jax -- Hundreds of blue collar chanics will get an 18 cents an
and issarygroup.
service laundry
commissary
workers aboard station will begetting hour boost at the second step.
fatter checks beginning Other ratings will receive corresponding Jax -- The air station's Industrial service have been convened to The new pay scales apply to
pay
the Navy's General Wage Ser- activities NATTC
March 27 resultof Increases. Relations Office and the the following :
as a
Officer have vice simultaneously with the of Shipbuilding Con-
a recently concluded wage Although no date was given. Industrial Relations Supervisor
change survey In the Jacksonvillearea. It was announced that the next new titles this week. implementation of the survey re version and Repair; Branch Pub-
full scale survey will bring abouta The Industrial Relations Department sults. lications and Printing Service Office -
In 5.12 cent wholesale change to the Coordinated is now the Civilian Ratings In the Laundry Service ; NARTU NAS Cecil NAS
general a
per show the following large Increases Naval Station Mayport Naval -
Increase was authorized Federal Wage System.To Personnel Department CPD for Jax
wage following the Department of Defense make transition to the coordinated short and Leonard: B. Eubanksis at the second step;Laun- Hospital Commissary Store
easier super- now the director of Civilian dry Worker, 76 cents; Presser Navy Fuel Depot, Fleet Intelli-
.Fixing Authority survey system
Wage
station (flatwork), 76 cents; Pressor Center NARF and the Na-
of the local private Industry visory differentials for the first Personnel for the air gence
labor market. The pay hikes three supervisory levels have and tenant activities. (garment), 72 cents;Seamstress, val Weather Facility.
Washman 33 cents. ,
became effective Sunday, been Increased by 5 per cent. The name change is in accordance 77 cents; and ""
Service non-su; SEE BLUE COLLAR
Laborers will receive a second The new differentials are$1.09 with a Civilian Man- Commissary

step 13 cents an hour Increase, for Foreman; $1.63 for General power Management Office direc- pervisory ratings General show the same .. PAY SCALES ...
the Wage
Helpers pay will go up 11 cents Foreman I and $2.17 for General tive and became effective this increase as
Service ratings: The interim
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VOL. 26 NO. 49 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MARCH 13, $1969 :)
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Combat Action Ribbon OkayedFor





Ground, Surface Combat .'



: \ V 4 r ,+ 1 .k y9h Navymen and Marines who have actively participated in ground or: surface combat are now authorizedto

wear the new Combat Action Ribbon, Just authorized by the Secretary of the Navy. The Combat Action
Ribbon will have precedence Immediately after the ,Purple Heart, although eligibility for the Purple
Heart does not ensure eligibility for the new ribbon. Pilots and alrcrewmen are not eligible for the ribbon,

for aerial, combat since other awards -
r availablcforthosewho' UTD reconnaissance and designed and later instructions
are
have fought in the air. SEAL team members will be for the initial- distribution will-
The* ribbon will be awarded to\ eligible; -When'the risk of enemy be issued. No, medal will be .
> x p rL Navymari or Marine below fire is" great"'and: is expected to struck for the award. Stars will
any
the rank ,of captain or' colonel, be encountered. Men ,aboard a be worn on the ribbon for thosewho '
Including reserves who haveac ship are eligible when the safetyof earn .the award more than ).
tually participated in ground 'or the ship and crew are endangered once.
I surface combat. Recipients must by enemy attack suchas Eligibility for the ribbon must
l have performed duty satisfac- a ship hit by a mine or engagement be established In accordance with

I torily while assigned to a unit by a shore battery.A Secretary of the Navy Notice
engaged in combat or temporarily ribbon for the award has been 1650 of Feb.V. .

assigned to such a unit for a specific -
combat operation.The Six VP-45 'Rfd Darts' HoiiortdDuriiig

principal eligibility crit- 'I

erion is that the recipient must Squadron Award Ctrtmoiiy
be in a ground or surface combat
fire fight or action during which
L fire. SANGLEY POINT R.P.-- ron's crew 22. LCdr. P.H. Taylor -
he Is under enemy
In establishing ell 1blity,it was Jacksonville based Patrol crew 22 plane commander
announced that personnel riv'- Squadron 45 has three new air- pinned wings on his three new

erine units, coastal units as- crewmen available for servicein designees.
AA
saults patrols, sweeps, am- the squadron's P3A Orions. CS1 D.R. Robertson and
J.Vi Powers were also recognized -
F. bushes, convoys and similar activities The aircrewmen received their (
who have participated in wings and three other Red Dans for outstanding performance
of duty during the ceremony.
fire fights are eligible. were honored during an awards
Robertson designated as
was
Personnel assigned to areas ceremony at Sangley Point Re- of the Month \

BOMBING RUM -- LCdr Jeremy "Bear" Taylor explains how and subjected artillery to sustained attacks .and mortar who public.of W.H.the Philippines.Cdr. ,Saunders. VP-45 Commissaryman and Powers received the Non-

he maneuvered his Skyhawk as he went in on the La Nhan have actively participated in retaliatory commanding officer designated Rated Man of the Month award..
AFCM W.L. McCluskey was
bridge in Vietnam.Veteran. ATN3R.P.
,or offensive actions AW3 J.W. Prevail
Good Conduct
,such as !Khe Sam during the 1968 Vaughn and A01 T.G. Colgroveas awarded his eighth

Skyhawk Pilot Tet Offensive are eligible. aircrewmen with the squad- Medal. ,

T. p'5y =: tl l1ifP1 Lfi ;_ <,.- "

Cited for Bridge Work J:


Jax"-- LCdr.Jeremy D. Taylor Assigned to knock out ,the La. Si2\

a ComFairJax training officer Nhan railroad bridge;, which was 4j ,>
was decorated Tuesday vital to the enemy in transporting (

morning by RAdm. Robert J. supplies and field replace ?
Stroh commander Fleet Air ments "He aggressively pressed ,
Jacksonville for heroic effons a Walleye Missile attack directly !

during two past tours of duty in into concentrated auto-
Vietnam.A matic weapons fire and scored a p
veteran of 202 combat mis- direct hit on the center span of

sions from the attack carrier ,the bridge rendering it un- y Ri'f ..
USS Enterprise LCdr. Taylor serviceable," according to
W.B. Bringle who signedthe -Iq
received his most recent awardsfor VAdm. -
tours from December 1966to aviator's citation.

June 1967 and January to July The 34-year old pilot,was also f.JJ1iq' ',
:
officer for Attack
of last year. operations ;
Among the awards presentedto Squadron 113 out of Lemoore _
LCdr. Taylor during the cere- Calif., which won the Battle "E" ,
mony were his third Navy Commendation during his administration.The .
Medal and third Air graduate of the Univer-
Medal. sity of Maryland, he holds a

Flying his A4F Skyhawk while Masters Degree, In International

disregarding enemy fire,the pilot Relations from the Monterey The 14 ...,...-
decorated for being instru- Postgraduate Institute.

was mental in the Navy's significant year Navy veteran and his Debra wife VP 45 AIRCREWMAN-- .ATN3 R. P. Vaughn receives mlrcrewman wings from his crew's plane
contribution to the war effort in Barbara ha'vetwo children 45 awards ceremonies.
Vietnam. 7, and Christopher{ 6. commander LCdr. P. H. Taylor at VP -


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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.


'Silent/ Soldiers'A Edwards Chapel

4 '' S D f x4x $ ?a a'E ak au SUNDAY MASS9 & H a.m.
DAILY MASS11:30 aim'
SATURDAY MASS
9 a.m.
lot of people have done a lot of heroic things for this country Confessions will be held
over the years to help her servicemen on distant battlefields!I. Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 on
Women and men too old to fight have stood behind factory lines for instead of Saturday. a.m.
endless hours to supply our fighting men with the tools of war to fight
aggression. But they've also given themselves by giving blood to 5 /4l1w TUESDAY
help save lives on battlefields thousands of miles away. /4t Single Young Catholic Organ -
Everyone: probably. knows several people who have given blood to zation 7:30 p.m.U. .
support American troops at one time or another. Perhaps you've S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
never known that your friend has givenblood. Those who give seldom
brag about it,for they feel an inner pride in knowing they have perhaps Luke's Chapel

saved the life of a young man wounded while fighting for the spirit. of SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.

democracy. PROTESTANT WORSHIP
These silent soldiers who give blood are quietly supporting those SERVICES10:30
young men who lay' their lives on the line to protect the American a.m.
spirit and way of life. LENGTH OF SERVICE AWARD-Capt. H.O. Cutler presented PROTESTANTAll
Such are the 87 Marines from the Marine Aviation Detachment who Gordon H. Reedy his 40 year service award during ceremonieshere Saints' Chapel
answered the Hospital's plea for blood donors last week. Some of March 4. Reedy is assigned to the Supply Department.
the donors have spent time in Vietnam and perhaps some of them SUNDAY
have seen a corpsman giving a life-saving transfusion in a tent neara Church School9:00 a.m.
war-torn rice paddy. Others who gave may well find themselveson Club SchedulesBlue Bldg. # 722
the firing line within weeks. Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
And some were undoubtedly tough old veterans who have lived in Bldg. f# 722
the face of hostile fire through several campaigns. But for what Jackets Inn turn to the club Wednesday night. Divine Worship Service 10
ever their personal reason, each knows he has given of himself to The BJI's Happy Hour is held a.m. Bldg. :# 750
perhaps save the life of a comrade in arms in Vietnam. The "Soul Challengers" will Monday through Friday from 5 to Episcopal Communion11:15
The Hospital is continuing its drive to get everyone aboard sta' be on stage tonight and Tues- 6 p.m. a.m.
tion to donate blood to be shipped by air to Vietnam.' The blood day night. The Messenger of All Irishman, Honorary Irish- Small Chapel Bldg. #750
bank is drawing blood for shipment to Vietnam every Thursday the Masses" will provide the men and Non-Irishmen are Invit- Junior Youth Fellowshlp-5 p.m.
from 8 a.m. until noon. beat tomorrow night and "Phil ed to join in on the St. Patrick'sDay Bldg. # 722 '
Anyone who would like the, personal satisfaction of knowing he Cay and the Chattels" will provide celebration and the "wear- TUESDAY'
helped save a life may Join the ranks of the "silent soldiers"at the music Saturday night. ing 'o the green" Monday night. Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
the Blood Bank on Thursday mornings. "The Standard Productions"will Happy Hours prices on "green"draft Bldg. # 750
be under the lights Sunday beer and Irish Whiskey for WEDNESDAYNavigator's
afternoon, followed by the"Cry- half price. Hamburgers will also Bible Class 7
"Chaplain's Message stal Cathedrals" that evening, go for half price and music p.m.-Bldg. #722
and the "Crystal Cathedrals re- will come from the free jukebox. THURSDAY''
attractions will be
New club Junior Choir Rehearsal 4
a------- Ladies Night Tuesday, with all #I 750

::4 The Fear Of Alone drinks at half price for ladies Young p.m.-Bldg.Adult Club 7 p.m.
Being I Traffic 1Violations Wednesday night will be"Poor Bldg. # 722
Boy Night" with special prices on
II Christian Science Service -
'. all drinks. The club now offers
> By Cdr. M.A. Eller CHC 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
I the "drink of the day". Special
When I was six years old I The experience of being left*I j daily feature drinks will go at
attended the first grade in a little ,alone and abandoned in the worldis .1 special prices. h
two-room house about six miles one which almost every per- CPO Club
from the nearest town in the wes- son can readily identify with at The following is a report of,
'1'\0 tern pan of North Carolina. one point or another in life. motor ,vehicle accidents and traf- Weekend entertainment at the
Soon after school started a No one 'likes to be separated fice violations for the period Feb. CPO Club includes "Mark
group of older boys, during the and apart from that which is loving 25 through Mar. 3. Castle" tomorrow night and
lunch hour one day, took me with and meaningful. The greatest Number of Accidents "Tommy C" Saturday night.
them deep into the woods, surrounding force in existence is a secure, This Week . . .5 'The club offers menu specials
the school on a "snipe loving relationship. Total this year through every day except Monday.
hunt." Conversely, the man who feels accidents. . . 52 Officers Club
After traveling, what seemedto abandoned and alone in the worldis Number of accidents through

my young imagination, a great threatened despair.He feels March 1968 . . 69 Come in and listen to "Jean at
distance I was taken into a deep empty and worthless.In Total number of days since last the Organ" tonight in the River
gully and given the honorary this Season of Lent culminating Injury in a motor vehicle accident Lounge from 6 to 10 p.m. The
responsibility of holding the sack in the Easter celebrationthe . . i 130 "Chessmen" will provide the
while the others were supposedto church addresses itself to Number of ViolationsThis music for dancing tomorrow night

flush out the snipe,chase them this problem that has plaguedman week . . 47 and "Charlie Jay"returns Satur-
into the gully and finally into the for centuries. The messageof Speeding . . 14 day night.
sack. love, forgiveness and resur- Reckless Driving . 0 Tuesday and Thursday is
Being very young and some- rection are proclaimed.The Going through stop sign 1 "Beefeaters Night", Wednesday
what naive about this venture I church labors to build relationships Other violations . 32 is "Steak Night" Friday is
remained almost anhour waitingfor of -love between man Twenty-one drivers appeared "Fish and Chips", Saturday is
the snipe to come ., but and God, and 'between'man before the Traffic Hearing the "Champagne Special" and
nothing happened. After some which will nurture and feed the Board on Mar. 6. Disposition of Sunday is the"Family Buffet."
time I became afraid. I was hunger of those seeking to over- the cases included the following: St. Pata ck's Day will be cele-
lost and alone. Completelyabandoned. come the fear of being abandoned, six lost driving and parking privileges brated a day early at: the "0"
I threw down the sack The resurrecton of Jesus tellsus aboard station for various Club, from 6 to 9 p.m. A buffet
and ran. I did not know whereI that not even death, man's (periods; three were assigned to featuring corned beef and cab- s
was or in which direction to worst enemy, can destroy per- complete an eight-hour course in bage, and other Non-Irish dishes -.
go. sonal existence. After"x"number remedial driving; six received with Perm Irish coffee and DIGS DITCH DIGGING-EO-
After considerable time of years in this world man suspensions; four were given Irish "cocktail" 'for the child. 3 William J. Ivary makes adjustment
some ,
is not abandoned by God and left warnings; seven were dismissed; ren. on one of MCBl'aditchdigging
interspersed with running, yelling in utter despair He provides 11 were fined (U.S. Commissioner uuocr machines. He is
and crying If1mnyfumy one of more than 200 Alpha Co.
continuity to all that is mean- ); and none referred to
back the school. It
way to N Seabees who maintain and operate
,; ingful. He reaches down to the commanding officers for possible ,
late in the and school of
was day more than 800 pieces
individual at the point, of greatest disciplinary action. Eigh-
was already dismissed. No one construction equipment in support
need to reaffirm his love,
drivers assessed 42
teen were '
was there. I lived near the of allied forees'in Vietnam.
and concern. This makes the traffic points.
familiar :
school and now being in a -
setting I ran home. resurrection the most relevant '
experience in life.
Getting home to my family was' It not only buttresses man in
a happy experience. Once in the the daily crisis of life by renewing -
presence of my parents I felt the his hope, but it also pro- PARACHUTE IURN IN AX AIR NE""SThe
warm security of beng loved.I vides entrance into the full,eternal -
was no longer alone ., or companionship with God the .
-=:
afraid. Father. .
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Seabees, CEC, Crown Queen,


'Have A Ball' At NAS CecilBy Ar,1 l lt lti


JOC Fred Winne


NAS CECIL Regardlessof at her charms is enough to un-
the number -- regardless of derstand why she is in such
the surroundings -- when a groupof demand throughout the state.,To
military people decide to maintain the strains of the 'Seabee Song',.
trad iron, they generally Miss Scott was crowned.
manage to carry it off well. Such An enormous cake symbolizingthe
was the case last Friday when birthday spirit was then
the handful of Seabees and mem- wheeled out. Thequeenthenperformed -
bers of the Navy's Civil Engineer her first official duty,
Corps (CEC) assigned locally slicing the cake with a cere- I
celebrated their 27th and 102nd monial sword, and gave the first # '
birthdays respectively, at the piece to the youngest Seabee and 4 ,
Lake Newman Recreation Facility the second to the oldest. f.a
here. (Which incidentallyis Thought not as elaborate as .,
named for a former Seabee the celebration held in Davis-
and present lieutenant in the Civil ville R.I., Port Hueneme, or .-
Engineer Corps.) Gulfport, Miss. (the separate I r
The Seabees, as most Navy- homes of the Atlantic, Pacific
men know, include only enlisted and Gulf Coast Seabees) this !
ratings. Officer 'Seabees' are celebration aboard NAS Cecil I
really members of CEC. Field was enjoyed at least as
Festivities got underway last much by those in attendanceThe
Friday at seven p.m. with the spirit and camaraderie always -
arrival of guests. Dinner: was at evident when a group of the
eight. Navy's fighter-builders congre-
The ceremonial portion of the gate, was present in a very real CUTTING BIRTHDAY CAKE
evening began with the readingof way. .. for both Seabees and CEC.
a message from- rear Admiral ,. Jo Ann Scott, Seabee Queen,
alexander C.: Husband, ) and Arthur Satterfield' 20,
Chief of Naval Facilities En- Bennett tI : and Joseph Strelic, 61 I,
gineering Command, (NAVFAQ) youngest and oldest Seabee
,
beng remarks read. by This Vice was AdmlralRet followedby ) Sets Forum ,I. around, but things turned ,

W.B. Short. He recalled most sticky .Saber didn't keep
of the events in the colorful icing from getting on fingers
history of the Seabees who"have WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. .. .. ... and Her Majesty pondersnext
carved a permanent niche for Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville .. ... move while Satterfield
will sponsor a Congres- ai I and Strelic wait for rein
sional Forum, open to all resi- :3 forcements._
dents of the Third Congressional
District of Florida, this Satur- .
day.The y L-_ M' ,. Photos by

Congressional Forum, to
discuss programs and problemsof PH2 Billy Bland
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( ti the Federal government, will
be held from 1:30 to 3 in
p.m.
0A in _nn_____
the Hotel George Washington
downtown Jacksonville."I .
believe it is important that

there is open and district com- .. ''
4q munication between the Federal
qSf y y'riy d government and citizens," Ben
nett said. "As the U.S. Repre-
sentative from, Jacksonville I
am, inviting interested residentsof
the Third Congressional Dis-
trict to give me their views in .
this open Forum."I At
x have sponsored this type of I0WeiTh.t
activity during my 20 years in
Congress, and have also had
seminars to discuss specific
questions, such as the Law am

Order Seminar last year and the
Community Betterment and Urban -
Affairs Seminars in 1967
and 1966", he said.


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The oldest Seabee present was STERNDRIVES "" '..I.' ,""; ;..,
then called forward. He is: I .. ;
Joseph Strelic, who is 61. Next EXPERT : ,
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came the youngest Seabee, Arthur REPAIR I" .' J.r,:,:,")..''.''.'.<
L. Satterfield, 20. SHOP 'jI", .

forward Miss Jo in all Ann of Scott her regal was splen-called The Weather Man's chart warns of hail :. '1-t;
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dor. She Was this' year's Sea- bee Queen to reign over the ball. INLET RJNE'S.I.s ', With winds that will grow to a gale. Y;"J'rr. 'f;
Miss Scott is not new'to being .
asked to preside as queen,at various ,I'Strvkt: : 'But he doesn't, care .c: ::' iii''
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S.t for AFMA .
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NEWS
; The March meeting of the Armed

Forces Management Associa- ...
.' tion, (AFMA), will be held tomorrow IlL
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at the officers Club f beginning Marine students of the enlisted recently for another two
Two
at 11:45 a.m. ;. aas
He has completed
Electrician School years. 36
Jerome Barnum Director of Aviation
service In the Marine
finished one-two In a class of 49 years
Jerome Barnum Associates, 22 of which
sincere Corps years were
for their
cited
Searsdale N.Y., will be the and were
guest desire to learn, last week.Cpl's spent in.the ready reserve. He
speaker. joined the Marine Barracks In
Richard Stewart and Mi-
Known for pushing panic
November last from
year the
"y-----I Piazza were promoted to
cheal
buttons throwng cigars and
,
Fifth Shore Party Battalion, 5th
drawing pictures in charcoal to t their present rank upon gra- Marine Division
Illustrate the of duation meritoriously. Stewart
important points
Cpl. Larry C. Lake also
his, speech. Barnum will speakon also received a meritorious mast re-
"Humanics in Management. for being the top student of Class enlisted recently for six years,
and received a promotion his
to
The Foreign Officers Supply 839.Stewart rank. He is
Course Class 38 will attend the q finished with an aver- present awaiting
meeting, along with their spon- z age of 92.6 and Piazza had a ders to the Marine Corps Supply
sors. The class represents .N 91.2. Their next closest rival Center, Albany, Ga.
Brazil, Chile, Uruguay Venezuela had an average of 89.9. SSgt's William A. Sidowey and
i) Germany, Greece. Nor- GolfersNow Albert R. Stephens were promoted -
' way and Turkey. to their present ranks last
Annual elections will be heldat is your chance golfers month. Stephens has completed
!
tomorrow's meeting. All to show your stuff.,' The MAD 19 years service and Sidowey,
) members are urged to attend and Golf team is now forming a new three years active with eight
<, vote for all officers as well as 'LCdr. James( C. Owens Intramural league at NATTC, years prior reserve.

i the Chapter's Council. ...... recipient of Navy Commendation Award. and men are needed.
y The annual installation will be Those permanent personnel
: conducted at next month's meet- llnksters interested in playing
\: ing. Guest speaker for the April Supply Officer Earns should contact GySgt. Howard
I meeting will be RAdm James C. Rainer through? AE Liaison as

>f Donaldson, director of Fleet soon as possible.The ,
) Operations Division, Chief of Commendation MedalLCdr. League does not open for ;4 4 '
V Naval Operations, Washington, another two weeks but playersmust '
;v D.C.The James C. Owens, control formal ceremony Friday. play three rounds prior to
M South Pole Is on a high officer at NAS Sax Supply LCdr. Owens was cited for ser- the'opening rounds of league play
-' ice-covered plateau more than Department, received the Navy vice while. serving in Vietnam to determine handicaps.
1 9,000 feet above sea level; the Commendation Medal In the officeof from April 1967 to March 1968as
Smallbore Rifle
{ North Pole (is on a few feet of Capt. H.O. Cutler NAS com- the senior advisor to the Viet- Team Wins

;{ Ice drifting over acme 10,000. manding officer, during an In-, namese Naval Supply Center. In The MAD Smallbore rifle team. c ,
,s _feet of water. his work with the Vietnamese led by SSgt. John Pickens, walk- 9
\ Navy he developed a logistics ed away with the team title in
distribution system for supplies the Marksmanship Class at the 3
ranging througnout the four Midwinter Prone Championships HF
. q vL coastal zones and three riverine last week in Tampa.
areas of Vietnam.His : Pickens took -10 first places,
six seconds and three thirds. s<
efforts were so appreciatedby
_npl the Vietnamese that they SSgt O.E. Wolf had a first and ,

, 1 ,,r,,, / Twice as awarded him the Armed Forcesof second place and SSgt. Alford .
had a first, as the team placedin :
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much time in April
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1968. LCdr Owens felt his greatest -
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X41111 challenge was'"developing a
'id/!/I6 -ch.innelofbasedefensematerlalsto were varied, ,somewere 50 yards, 4'M Yaa.
\ money critically effected outposts" some 50 meters 100'yards and a
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t The self-winding Zodiac 1 r His ietna.mese"citation points Dewar (a match of 50 and 100 ,

\ Aerospace GMT tells time. any out that he did this by personally yards) All matches were fired
j. two places on earthsimultaneously escorting ''materials to remote with a .22 caliber rifle.
+ : .Shows 2400 combat often under BasketballThe
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\\ .. G yI date,too.Want more for your "Big Reds"moved outsideof
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unbreakable mainspring, it's note of the fact that the advice and possibly out.of the frying pan
I '.. waterproof..A great watch,a great and assistance he gave the Viet- and into the fire, to play in the
gift,a great new idea for anyone namese greatly increased the effectiveness 33rd Jacksonville Outdoor a
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Job Openings

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Announced

The schedules or rates listed below have been established under ..
authority of DOD Directive 5120.39 "Department of Defense Wage
Fixing Authority",June 5, 1968, and are to be applied in accordancewith Merit promotion opportunities
the regulations and instructions of the Department of the Navy. currently open for receipt of application -
are listed below. The
General Wage Service area of consideration and closing
Step Rates date of each'are shown.

: MPB No. 72-69Plan Dgrade'
,Level I lit 2nd 3rd levels GS-4 and below; MPB
1 $2.33 $2.43 $2.53, No. 19-67 Plan C all semi-
2 2.39 2.49 2.59 skilled positions pay level seven
3 2.51 'v 2.61 w, 2.71 and below and MPB No. 83-67
4 2.61 2.72 2.83 Plan B all skilled positionspay
5 2.73 2.84 2.95 level seven and below. area
6 2.85 2.97 3.09 of consideration: WAS NARF
7 2.98 3.10 3.22 NARTU. COMFAIRJAX,FAETU

8.,.. .t 3.10 3.23 : ". 3.36 4" ;. LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
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9 \ 3.23 3.36 3.49 Commissary StoresNavy Recruiting -
art.
10" 3.35,". ,, 3.49 3.63 Station Disease Vec-
,11.. 3.48 ,,t(;. :" 3.62 .. '. 3.76 tor Control Center and Resident
12 3.60 3.75': 3.90 Storage Office. Jacksonville.Applications -
13 3.72 3.88 ." ., 4.04 RECENT RETIREMENT Sample Sutton accepts a retirement for these positions will

.14 3.85:: ', 4.01 "1,'.'"I...'..!,, 4.17 watch from Public Works Officer, Capt. L. W. Graves, be accepted at- any time. A se-
15 3.97 '" 4.14', 4.31" during retirement ceremonies held recently. Sutton re parate applicaton must be filed

16 4.10 4.27 4.44I tired after 28 years of Federal service here. for each position in which in-

terested._. .
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DIFFERENTIALS ( ) ,, MPB No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer -
((2)) To be used for ratings 'y "' ,
r GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof
Foreman (Leadingman) $1.09 other than in I above where the 't; consideration: Nationwide.
General Foreman I 1.63 rate is set by adding a differen- c Y Applications for this position will
General Foreman n 2.17 tial to a base rate.
be accepted until the needs of
3S .
I II DIFFERENTIALS ((2)) General Wage Service Ratings the MPB service No.are 22-69 met. Supervisory
Paid Rates
Exception Aircraft Quality Control Specia-
., A $ .14 levels not :
(or published) list gs-14. Area of consideration -
.29
B
% Nationwide. Applicationsfor
'C .43 Rating Title Step Rates :
this position will be accepted -
.58
\ D 1st 2nd 3rd through the close of busi-
.?2 ''.
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,: '\f;: 'F .91 Patternmaker $3.97 $4.14 $4.31 ness April 2.
WorkerTraineel.81 1.89 MPB No. 23-69 Supervisory
(: 1.45
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Mechanical Techni-
Engineering
K 1.81 ," 6J
.L 1.99 Single Rates of Pay2nd cian, GS-10. Area of consider-
Shift .07 ation: NAS NARF, NARTU
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., 3rd Shift .10 ; COMFAIRJAX,' FAETULANT,
Apprentice and Shop Trainee ;d :; ; t# I Naval Hospital Navy Commis-

:Floor Rates-2nd Step Hourly (First Year) $2.35 sary Stores.Navy Recruiting Station -
(General Wage Service Only) Disease Vector Control
Center and Resident Storage Of-
Foreman (Leadir man) $3.49 Apprentice and Shop Trainee fice. Jacksonville. Applicationsfor

General Foreman I 4.01 (Second Year) 2.67; RETIREMENT WATCH J. F. Porwoll, (I), process divi this position will be accepted
.' Foreman n 4.54 the close of
General i through business
sionsuperintendent.presents retirement watch to Joseph H. '
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: ((1) To be used in computingNavy's Apprentice and Shop trainee. Barnes Jr., upon his retirement after more than 20 years Fed Monday.MPB No. 24-69 Position classification -

General Wage Service (Third Year) 2.99 ,eral Specialist,GS-12.Areaof
Dif
Supervisory rates only. -
consideration: NAS, NARF,
ferentials include Interim adjustment -
service.MONEY
t.; '
; NARTU COMFAIRJAX,FAETU-
Apprentice 3.30 '
o FPM Letter No. ,
as per
.LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
... 532 9. Para m. 16 Dec. 68. (Fourth Year) Cash Monthly Months
Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
1,. | You Get Payment to Pay cruiting Station, Disease Vector
\ IN I 1 DAY I Control Center and Resident
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE R4.3 .00 24 Storage Office Jacksonville.Applications -

for, this position willbe

AII Ranks All Ages $25 to $600ARRANGED 219.27 320.79 13.00 19.00 24 24 business accepted Wednesday.MPB through .the close of

No: 25-69 Teller, GS-5.
LOW RATES
427.51 25.00 24 Area of consideration: NAS

NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX
EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS 500.51 29.00 24 F FAETULANT Naval Hospital,
600.00 14.39 24 Navy Commissary StoresNavy
Recruiting Station Disease Vec
BY PHONEDiaL Payments include interest.e .
tor Control Center and Resident
,Storage Office Jacksonville.Applications -
for, this position will
\ CONTINENTAL INSURANCEUNDERWRITERS Finance Compiiy be accepted through the close
.
of business March 20.

: INC. All applicants must be careeror
career-conditional
employeesof
4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 2341
the federal Application -
'(Formerly McDouqall's Insurance) government.
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676Call 241 WEST rORSYTH ST. DIAL 356 0735 forms 171 for these positions -
should be filed with IRD,
5256 nCACII; HLVD. DIAL 359 2895
Us Anytime ;Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,

,32212.
i For further Information con-
: NEW..ENURGED 1 ALL-WEATHER-CONDITIONED I I GLASS ENCLOSED I GRANDSTAND cerning these positions see the

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The Navy Wives, Club Jax #86 demonstration conducted by Mr. balloons and lollipops for the DONORS-A Marine Aviation Detachment leatherneck gets his
held their monthly, business Josef. children. blood pressure check prior to giving blood to help wounded in

': meeting March 5. First on the Jax 86 will hold a spaghetti Vietnam.
March is membership month dinner for members and guestson
the selection of 10
/, agenda was be this year's and a membership drive will be March 22, at 7 p.m., in the Call
delegates to sent to Answer
\ South East Regional Convention. held March 20 and April 3, at club house. Marines
be held the station commissary store. March 28 the club will hold its
will
The convention May
,Navy wives club information will quarterly bake sale. The place,
j 4 through 7 at NAS Glynco, Ga.
be distributed and there will be
NARF, the time 6:30 a.m.
Donations
\ Club delegates attending this _. For Blood
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; Mrs. Thomas Hamby, Mrs. CPO Wives Announce
> Thomas Wofford, Mrs. Frances Jax -- Responding in typical and again appealed to everyone
r Bush, Mrs. Edgar Trittshuh, March 20 Fashion ShowThe Marine Corps fashion during a aboard station to donate. The
?:., Mrs. Bill Howard, Mrs. John time of urgency 87 ,leathernecks blood bank .is located next to the
:, Eccleston, Mrs. William Brown, from the Marine Aviation Detach- Emergency Room at the hospitalwill
Mrs. Eugene Kubisiak, and Mrs CPO Wives Club Is spon- can be obtained by contactingMrs. ment here answered the Naval be drawing blood each Thurs
; Douglas Whitly, a reinstatementfrom soring a fashion show at the Fee Cancer at 7714369.The Hospital's call for blood donations day from 8 a.m. until, noon.
f>+ San Francisco NWCA #105. station's Candlelight Restaurant public has been invited to for shipment to Vietnamlast Marine donors giving blood are
The club projects from March March 20 and proceeds will go attend the 8 p.m. affair and a week. listed below. Ranks have been
will be the collecting of items to benefit Duval County under ticket can be used for entranceto The hospital announced last dropped for brevity.
'' such as pens, guitar strings, .privileged children.A the station.A week that it needed 60 to 70 Robert M. Anders, Lore M.
stretch socks, handkerchiefs, local department store will preview of the show will be, donars each week to meet Its Bader, Mickey M. Bannister,
etc., for distribution to patients provide spring fashions for the televised on Channel 17 at 11:30 own needs and also provide 30 Lloyd W. BarkleyJerryA.Blac-
t at the Naval Hospital here. The entire family, and club members a.m., March 18.Garden., additional pints for air shipmentto kerby, Jackie D. Bounds, C.A.
t club will also be collecting toys their husbands and chIld- Vietnam.Lt. Bourne, Leslie L. Brown,Claude
to be distributed in the pediatrics ren will model the clothes. Gra- (j.g.) Marilynn Henry of E. Buffington, David*S. Busselle,
' ward at the hospital. Club duates from Jacksonville charm Club the Blood Bank said that the Richard F. Cain,Charles T.Car-
members also voted to purchase school will also serve as models, "wonderful response from the ter, Charles W. Chambers, Jess
', two portable televisions for use according to Mrs. Margaret De The NAS'J ax Garden Club Marines allowed us to ship 90 W..Condon, David E. Costa, Ric-
at,the hospital. Angelis, show chairman. will meet at the Officers pints of blood to Vietnam last hard D. Criger, Daniel E. Cul-
:' A certificate of troop sponsor- Ticket donations are $1 and Club, March 21 at 9:30 a.m. week. Thirty additional donors ver, William D. Da zler RoyL.
ship was presented to NAS Ca- The guest speaker will talk from units at Mavport Naval Station Dobbs Sr., Thomas R. Dobbs
{ det Girl Scout Troop #134, by Flirt fosarvt on horticulture, all interested gave blood last week.Lt. and Keith L. Dodge. .'
>; Mrs. Bobby Bradberry on behalf ladies are welcome to at- Henry said that the need Also, Gary M. Dyer, RichardA.
>:'. of WCA Sax #86., tend. for blood donations will remain Elgart, Ronald P. Eckmann,
}, Dimitra Masgalia at Athens Auxiliary Sits critical in the foreseeable future Charles M. Flares, Dary L.
\'( Greece, the club's foster chlld, Forister, T.L. Frits, George
s.. win receive a birthday check Globun, James C. Gotham, Tho-
l from her foster parents. Svpptr Plans Cdr. Thomas Becomes New mas C. Greene, Robert L. Gut-
t# Guests for the,.,evening were kowski, Albert W. Hazzard Patrick ...."
,1 Mrs. Willie Hill Mrs. Robert N. Hess, Maurice A. Holder -
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'(. Pratt, Mrs. John Cress, Mrs. Unit 91, 'Ladies Auxiliary, Mad Fox Executive Officer R.B. Huss, Charles R. Is-
Ronald Hondelman, Mrs. Ken- .Fleet Reserve Association held saacs, William K. James, GaryM.
neth Hopkins.On its monthly business meeting for Jones.James D. Jones Elliot -
{ March 19, at 7:30 p.m., March to discuss the full calen- Jax .-' Cdr. Richrd T. Tho- management upon completion of S. Katz, ,Daryl Keys, MarkE.
i the club will have its regularS dar of 'events and activities in mas became the executive'officer Post Graduate School at Mon- Kite, Peter G. Kosmena,Ed-
monthly social education meeting the planning.A of the VP-5 Mad Foxes March 6 terey, Caiif., in 1966. ward M. Krebs, F.A. Lathrop,
i, in the Compton Hall Club when he relieved LCdr. W.W. Before coming to the Foxes'
covered dish Thomas P. Leblanc, Jimmy C.
This supper spon-
: House. month's special
/ Works, who was acting executive Den, Cdr. Thomas served with
sored by the Branch and Unit Martindale and Gary E. Mors.
will be hair styling
a
:: program Jointly, will be held Saturday beginning officer. the Joint Chief of Staff for two Others were Michael J. Mur-
'" at 6 p.m., at the FRA Cdr. Thomas was born in years. The first year was with ray, Samuel M. Nanny, Chester
' t Chamberlain, S.D., and graduated the National Military Command
on Collins Road.Donations will F. Orr, Lester E. Orr, RichardE.
\ GIANT SWAP MEETMX be $1 or a covered dish every- from the University of Ne- Center and the second with the Pare, Lee C. Parker HarryW.

LARGEST FLEA one Is welcome.A braska NROTC program in 1951. State Department Operations Paul, Phillip L.Pond,RichardP.
He served aboard the USS Prin- Center. He was awarded the ,. Pothier, R.L. Pratt, Bruce E.
1 MARKET. visit from the regional president ceton during the Korean conflict Joint Service Commendation Purkiser, Jack R. Rapp G.Rast,
< Dorothy Neal, is scheduled before entering flight trainingin dal upon completion of that tour. Gregory L. Reeves, John W.
: All Spores Under Shelter for Monday with open houseat February' 1953. After receiving Cdr. Thomas resides in Green Scank, Paul H. Silvestri,.Robert
, : 20th and Edge wood FRA 91 from 3 6 din- March Cove with his
: to p.m. his wings in 1954, he Springs wife, Ma- S. Sims, Richard A. Shultz, Stephen -
the Embers is Fleet rian, and their four
Air children.
ner at plannedfor reported to Support
E. Sisk M. Shar-
James
Evei7 Sat. 9. am6:01':ill' the evening activities, dutch Squadron 114 at N.S. Kodiak, key, Michael Smiley, Edward S.
Stan. 9 em 6:00 ptt treat for those planning to attend. Alaska.In .
w. Smith, Richard A. Stewart, James -
.. Phone 1956 he reported VP-48 W. Stinson Frank Stouffer,
The Joint Board Meeting is and served as material officer
. ,' 765-7058 or 768479JL549I" scheduled for April 7, at the until going 'to VT-3 as a forma- Larry W. Swenk, Joseph L.Swin-
ton, Stanley Tanner, Larry J.
Joint Board FRA Home.
Meeting
\* 1- tion instructor in 1958. In 1961,
,, Thomas, Manuel ,Jam
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tlt,'" .. he went to the USS Antietamto es W... Toy, William W. Tullis,
serve as aircraft maintenance
and later as communications of- d Jimmy A. Walling Jr., Delmar
Werner, Earnest G. Whalen,
!r :i ficer. He was then transferredto
Are Yoi Tired Of Thit VP-8 where he was mainte- Hoyle, Roberto K. Wise Ybarra, Donald and Wisniewski KennethD. -

i BIG CHIEF nance and operations officer. keg, Young.
4 lUMP lid THUMP Cdr. Thomas was awarded a

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Duval Youth Association for uniforms and equipment for the "AMD"
a h, Grtasi Colts. The Aircraft Maintenance Department is supporting the
Colts for a second year. AMDmen making the presentation are fl3y
WASHINGTON DEC. 13 --- (back row left to right) T.E. Buzbee; AK2; R.H. Barrett, ADJ-1;
(NAVNEWS) Of the 34 recruit G.T. Ayers, AZAN; F.L. Philbrook, AZ-3 and (front row left
companies graduated from to right) CJ. Lane ADJ-3; J.H. Luft, ATRAU; D.L. Harris, ADJ-3;
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Navy blues. The 34th their graduation review.Their (Sea, Air, woo) were organized
company was in greens.Thirtyseven next stop will be the Navy's Amphibious during President Kennedy's administration -
experimental School in Coronado, as a counterpart to
Underwater DemolitionSEALrecruits Calif for 18 weeks of specia- the Army's Special Forces.
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Movies will be shown nightlyat '7' 1 '? 'T ', '1%"" '
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SUNDAY March 16 1.\ f. ........ ''" <
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at 7:30 p.m. '" ""' .,:z. ..., ,, ""'" ", ,, ',< .
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There will also be a kiddie mati- """" ""'_4 ,,,.. ,_ \
NAS: "CAST A GIANT SHA- .
nee .at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular DOW"
feature at 2 p.m. Sundayand Angle Dickinson.starring Kirk Douglas and Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
holidays.The Color Action Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. ,
Drama
(A-M/VG 141 mins.) Ads arriving too' late for this deadline will be published the following week unites the
Theater
Hospital will have HOSPITAL: "HORSE IN THE publisher instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the: ad must
one nightly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil GRAY FLANNEL SUIT" be received' WITH, the copy for the ad.
Field will have two nightly CECIL FIELD: "THIRTY IS .

and shows 8p.m.during Matinees the week willbe at shown 5:30 A DANGEROUS AGE,CYNTHIA" D, Nit Seri Cull ,

on weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. MONDAY, March 17

Ratings: A-Adults; G-General NAS: "BONNIE AND CLYDE" ,Rota: MiBlnvH chir| ((3 Hats).:" $2.00

Audience; M-Mature Youth; S- starring Warren Beatty and Faye
Siiperior; E-Excellent; VG-Very Dunaway. Color Drama. (A/E- Pr UitUail Hit ((4 words per II.!! .). 0 JO
Good; F-Fair; CNA-Class Not 119 mins.) j
Available. HOSPITAL: "CAST A GIANT
SHADOW" .
THURSDAY March 13 CECIL FIELD: "RETURN OF

THE SEVEN" WELDING! JUSTISS TRAILER PARK-1 USED APPLIANCE SALE! ,
NAS: "THIRTY IS A DAN- TUESDAY, March 18 No job too large or small.Trail- Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean Electric and Gas Ranges, ABC
GEROUS AGE, CYNTHIA'starring ers, ornamental Iron work, fuel modern trailers & Apts. 389- Mobile Homes. 6545 Normandy
Dudley Moore and Suzy Ken NAS: "WICKET DREAMS OF oil stands. Westside Custom 3007. Blvd.
dall. Color Comedy. (G/G -- PAULA SCHULTZ" starring Welding Corner Lane & Lenox.
85 mins.) Elke Sommer and Bob Crane. 781-9482. IN CLAY COUNTY 1962 CHRYSLER
HOSPITAL: "VILLA RIDES" Color Comedy. (AG121 mins.) Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 4 Dr. Sedan, alr-corxUtlonedpo-
starring Yul Brynner and Robert 'v HOSPITAL: "BONNIE AND BRAND NEW acres & larger. Terms. Ph. wer steeing, good condition.
Mitchum. Color Action.Drama. CLYDE" 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma 282-5272 or 282-5224. $550, 388-9290. 4-
(AMVG125 mins.) CECIL FIELD: "HORSE IN chine, Left In Layaway, Balance .
CECIL FIELD: "SPEEDWAY" THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT" $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES
starring Elvis Presley and Nancy '6437 Wilson Blvd., Phone 771- VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS AKC. Also some of the older
WEDNESDAY March 19 3 BR 1 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
,
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Sinatra. Color Comedy.(G/VG-- 8211. Delivery with no obligation.FLY dogs need a good home with a
90 mins.) NAS: <*SWEET. NOVEMBER" down as low as $65 month.Callus fence -- 7710241. --
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for up to date lists that will
,FRIDAY. March 14 starring Sandy Dennis and JETS TO EUROPE be mailed without obligation.VANSANDT .
FOR SALE
Anthony Newley. Color Drama.
NAS: "RETURN OF THE SE- (AmVG122 mins.) $125.00 : REALTY 387-1213.. New Brick Veneer home, 1800
VEN", starring Yul Brynner and HOSPITAL: "W I C K E T Military Travel Service, Inc. SINGER sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 Baths, 5907
P.O. Box -Cookstown
Robert Fuller. 'Color Western. DREAMS OF PAULASCHULTZ"CECIL NJ. GOLDEN Karen St. Ph. 771-5643 Terms.
SEW
Phone ((609)) 723-1313
(A-M/VG -- 95 mins.) FIELD "BLAST OFF"
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Available for Per- Makes buttonholes, fancy -
Military patterns
HOSPITAL: "THIRTY IS A FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
DANGEROUS AGE, CYNTHIA"CECIL DO--YOU PEEP?. sonnel and ,their Dependents. blind hems. Bal. $41 Houses & Apts. Equity VA &
cash $7 7
Only.ProRated. or mo.
FIELDf "HEAD" star- Motorists have to see danger FHA resales. $100 down. Call
ring The Monkeys and Victor to avoid it. That is why auto- Cost of Charter 6437 Wilson 8211 Blvd. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264-
Phone 771 -
Mature. Color Comedy. (G/G-- motive experts urge motoriststo Delivery with no obligation. 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili
avoid"peephole" driving and
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85 mins.) tary-Free Notary.
complet clear all windows of STEREO CONSOLE ,

SATURDAY, March IS ice and snow before moving Fully automatic Stereo Console DIAL TOM CAVINESS! USED FURNITURE SALE!

NAS: "HORSE IN THE GRAY their cars into traffic. Record Player. W/Radio comb. If you would like to become a' Many Bargains! ABC Mobile
FLANNEL SUIT" starring Dean Bal. $61 or pay $8 monthly. Will Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- Homes. 6545 Normandy Blvd.
deliver. No obligation. Ph. 353-
Jones and Diane Baker. Color: nouncer. A recorded message by
1946 ANYTIME, 1606 Main St. FOR SALE
Tom Caviness tells how.
Comedy (Walt Disney) (GIE-- you
HONDAMtftrs Convert. &
113 mins.) Ph. 355 4834. 1961 Chevy Rolled
HOSPITAL: "RETURN OF HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. pleated Interior, V-8, R& H,
THE SEVEN" I Cyclts Ct. Excel.condition, 4 Br., 2 B.Central 3 SINGERS $15 AT New tires, Excell. Top-

CECIL. .FIELD,. : "VILLA RID, A/C &Heat. Redwood fence. Sewing Machines, $15 each. LeftIn $375 387-1179 or 7720877.IN .
ES" 4949 Blanding '771-8244 Rolling Hills'area'781-3680 a ytime. warehouse, good ,condition, CLAY COUNTY
fully equipped, does everything,
Saturday Matinee 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved
with attachments.
L complete and graded road frontage $1450
'NAS: "BLAST OFF" starring Yours for storage charge only. & Off. Ph.
Burl Ives and Troy Donahue. $15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will 282-5272 per :lot Home up, terms.282-5224. ....
Color Comedy. Plust,"CAPTAIN deliver no obligation. 1606

VIDEO", Chapter #7/ Main Street. '66 IMPALA

2 Dr. Hardtop, P/S Fact. A/C
WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear $1495 Holder 772-
contact MaJ. ,
NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of 3013 eve. 771-5036.
14IICiEPI# I I3o .Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
Apts. Newly painted 2 Br., LR, FOR SALE
.z Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking '61 Pontiac Tempest, good tires
Water, Sewage & Garbage Includ. $150 772-2551' or 3888018.
COYSTERS Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
387-2541, flues or weekends car ORANGE PARK '

3890744. For Sale or Rent, 3 Br. 1 1/2
\KOA Baths-Stove & Regrig. fenced
ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS back yard. Water front privileges -
Your Pans & Service Center
Before you sign 264-4878 or 264-4444.
PERFORMANCE CARS, INC.
r on the dotted line ,, 2144 Blanding Blvd. 3880428. SERVICE WIVES

ON THE HALF SHELLT4COS know what your Needed to Work I
BEDROOM SUITE 10 to 5 Weekdays
"'G" loan will cost! SPECIAL! $2.10 per Hour.
ABC Mobile Homes, 6545 Normandy Call 387-1991 Mrs. Sanders.

r borrow with confidence from Blvd. .
One
reason you
103rd & Blanding Center
PART-TIME HELP!
Household Finance is that HFC gives you the
FURNISHED APT. Male or Female, waiters. 2
7717970PHONE facts and figures before you borrow. The cost ,:." Near NAS & Cecil, 2 Br. Swim- Nights, Sundays. Call Club Con-
of your loan is explained clearly and simply in .; ming Pool $75 Mo. 771-0348. tiental, Mrs. Pike, 264-9920.

AHEAD dollars and cents.No extras,no hidden charges, '

FOR FASTER SERVICEI no surprises later on. If you need to borrow, .. ,:. For Sale-3 ORANGE BR House PARK, redecor- 68 VW FASTBACKLike
new extras This model
choose HFC-the company that helps more ated. $200 dn., $69 mo. scarce as Hen's Teeth -but must
.. service people every year than any other company ':. For Rent-Nice 2BR Apt., Kit. sell. $1995. Credit Union Base

of its kind. : .: I.: eqpt., $90 mo.ACROSS Ext. 2431 or 384-1391(771-1133(
; FROM NAS SAX after 5:30)) Mr. Madison or Mrs.
EtfanCJ Up to $6OO For Sale-A real bargain, 4BR. Busic. .
C' n 2 B., $13,300. $300 dn, $105

Before you sign on the dotted line, mo. 4 RM. UNFURN.
) / you'll know what your loan will cost Orange Park Realty $50. 3556639. 2920 Delwood
; as Phone 264-2411 Ave.

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San Juan at N/H/cfc/ / HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Be Creative!
Phone 384 4406 ,


Ol, 2, & 3 Bedrooms 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Write Your Own Wmt Ad 3 Llaes Only $2
Garden Type Apartmentswith i .

Atmosphere Country Club Cedar Hills Shopping Center Additional Vies 50C 0a. '

Kitchens equipped with G-E 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 >
Ranges & Refrigerators I"r
.'Individual Air Conditioning 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
and Heating by G-E r

Drapes to furnishedWall Wall Carpeting' and ,Penman Plaza Shopping Center ,\'

.Large Swimming Pool 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 ,'h'"

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Brazilians two Marines United States, and he wantedto
and nine Navymen completed the return some time soon fora
Aviation Electrician s Mate visit. He explained that his
School, Class B (Intermediate wife had been able to accompanyhim
Course) on March 4, at NATTC here but had returned to
itJT here. They were members. of Brazil earlier. He said that she
Class 837. was very sad and did not wantto
LCdr. DJ. Evers, training officer leave the Country.
congratulated the men and Petty Officer Lima was not
presented them with diplomas. entirely new to the United Stat-
i2tiIw iirFL.A During his speech, LCdr Evers es. He had made a trip to San
advised the men to participate Diego, Calif. In 1959, and also
in squadron and station training said that he would like to return -
programs and help explain problems some time in the future to
to junior men in the squadron the United States.
who are training to become Salles and Lima were trans-
electricians.LCdr ferred to the Naval Air Reserve
Evers expressed his appreciation Training Command ASW Tactical
to the Brazilian Petty School, East NAS,Willow Grove,-
Artouax rr Officers, EMIJoao Baptista de Pa., for another month of school-
Salles and EM2 Carlos Ublrajara ing before returning to Brazil. '
............
Albuquerque Lima, for their good
4 $ p conduct and relations while attending The Jaxon Lancers' perfor-
school.Honorman mance was viewed by approxi-
for the class was mately 15,000 spectators March
AEI William J. Walsh whose 8 as they participated in the 23
average was 87.13. He receivedan Annual Azalea Festival Paradein
4 Honor Student Certificate in Palatka. The parade was spon-
addition to his diploma.Walsh also sored by the Palatka Jaycees.
graduated as honorman of the Warrant Officer Carlton, who
Career Counselor's School at acted as Drill Team Officer In
NAS Corpus Christ!, Texas in the absence of Lieutenant Walsh,
WINNING DISPLAY--This housewares presentation in the window of the NAS Jax Main Ex- April 1965. Overall class aver- reported that the Lancers drew
change took first prize for display manager Charles Meyer in the category of the largest Navy age was 76.17. continuous applause throughoutthe
Exchanges during: the NSSO sponsored Christmas Display Contest. During an interview with Salles parade. They seemed to be
and Lima, Salles tried to expresshis the most popular attraction with
feelings toward this Country. the possible exception} of the
lax Exchange: Wins Christmas Indicating that he could understand beauty queens.
the English language better The Color Guard, which nor-
than he could speak it, he said mally leads the drill team, was
." that the school was "the best." used by the Jaycees to presentthe
He added that it was hard for him Colors at the head of the
Display Contest for 4th YearBROOKLYN to translate in words what he parade.
felt inside about this Country, The NATTC precision drill
but that it was a pleasure for team will be performing on March
him to spend the time in the 15 in Brunswick, Ga.
N.Y. -- The display Navy Ship's Store Office, during the period Oct. 15 to Dec.
department of the NAS Jax Brooklyn, which Is headquarters 19, ,1968 were submitted to the --.'
Navy Exchange again topped all for the Navy Resale Sys- resale headquarters in Brooklynfor r
entries in the annual Christmas tem. It is held to encourage judging by an Impartial board.
display and visual merchandising: better store appearance and'to, Each display was rated onorder- INCOME TAXGUARANTEE
contest to come away with first improve visual merchandising liness, orginality, use of signs,
c prize in this year's competition.The efforts at all exchanges. correlation of merchandise and
lax exchange: has been the During this year's contest use made of special Christmas .
first place winner for the past Jacksonville's display manager, promotional kit supplied by the
four years in -category six of Charles Meyer and his staff, Navy's Ship's Store Office. Accurate preparation of your tax return $
1 it guarantttd. If are charged a' -
the contest which includes exchanges competed against 18 exchanges First place trophies will be or Interest due you to our error, we penalty will
with the largest volumnof from different parts of the nation forwarded to the commanding pay the penalty or interett. UP
business.The and world. officer of the air station for pre- WEEKDAYS 9 AM to 9 PM
contest is sponsored by Photographs of actual displays sentation to the Navy Exchange
SATURDAY 9 AM to 5 PM
the Display Branch of the U.S. installed at the main exchange officer and Meyer.be .
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LOS ANGELESOverwhelm- president, stated"We had a sell- : 384-1598
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the second annual awards banquet meeting and felt that planning Award to the outstanding fighter
of the American Fighter Pilots for 1,000 this year would handle interceptor squadron;
Association has necessitated the expected increase. Needlessto -- The Frederic H, Smith
changing the location of the say we are extremely pleased Trophy to the outstanding ground
ti March 21 batxiuet.t with this year's response and environmental unit; YES
While originally scheduled for hope that the 1,500 we are now -. The Winston P. Wilson
the 1000-seat capacity of the planning on will handle the Trophy to the outstanding A I r
main dining-room at the Marriott crowd. National Guard unit;
Motor Hotel in Houston, Texas, Guest speaker for the annual -- The Joseph C. Clifton
the large request for tickets madea ,event will be Senator Barry M. Trophy to the outstanding Navy
t shift in the convention site man Goldwater, R-Ariz. Master of fighter unit;
datory. The convention will now ceremonies will be Bob Hope. -- The Robert M. Hanson
beheld in the Houston Convention Highlight of the evening ban- Trophy to the outstanding Ma-
Center starting at 6:30 pJrh.: quet will be the awarding of rine Corps fighter unit.
March 21. trophies to various outstandingunits
In announcing the change,Wal- in each of the services. Any AFPA members still desiring -
ker M. (Bud) Mahurin, AFPA! Scheduled for presentationwlllms to make reservations to
attend the 1969 banquet arebeing
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Cecil Gunners firing A Li Trophies Home From .BSandSngText ,.. I

And Photos By AN Steve_ Millings' -- i

NAS CECIL Though you In an earlier event, the Small-
wi t i may have never heard of them, bore Match at the Gateway Rifle
nor before now seen any of the and Pistol Club injacksonville,
Trophies they have been col- Mike Ebie finished as overall
lecting since vary in 1969,thereis winner wih a 11671200.
in fact a Cecil Field Rifle
Team. They are not sponsored; The Cecil sharpshooters now
f that is to say they pay their own hope to compete in the Gateway
way to and :from the matches in Rifle and Pistol Club match April
: K which they participate, f or 13 and 14 and the Southeastern: "
we the sheer pleasure ,,of the match Invitational Championships scheduled -
< x. x and for them, the joy of winning. later that month at Camp
''k; Yai,t9lll v ii 4 a'aA x. Vk t Just ask the competition! Blanding.

a < Their most recent match, .
which netted their biggest bundleof
SPACIOUS PEACEFUL
: trophies taken in any single
; kJI meet, was the 2nd Annual Land MARSHALL ACRES
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w 935<> 103rd StreetJacksonville's
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Sunshine Tournament held at
: Camp Blanding early in March. newest &
w most modern mobile home
\ W .* Coming out on top overall was
( Mike Ebie. shooting a 945-27X/ community Is now open for
R a 1000. (the 945 being target hits your 75'lots.inspection. Large 44 x
aDd 27x signifying bulls-eyes
ONLY $35
all out of 1000 rounds) He won PER MO.
5 of 6 matches in the Expert Swimming pool, tennis court,
class.In shuffleboard court, B 0 Q
the same match, Grant pit picnic built for your en,
Nugent shot a 942-lOx/lOOO, and joyment. Act Today! Call: "c
a a'A in the six matches took 2 firsts EL VORANO MOTOR COURT
and 3 seconds among the New Mrs F. S. Martin Manager
Shooters. The other two mem- 359 2924For
bers from NAS Cecil Gerry
Full Details
SHARP. .Cecil riflemen display their firepower and trophies; Standing from left.Gerry Gause Gause and Barry Lawton, shot
and Grant Nugent. Seated from left, Mike Ebie and Barry Lawton. 853-4X/1000 and768-Sx/lOOO -

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I cramion to Iki_ Her. r

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NAS CECIL The Clemson kets for each performance will
University Glee Club will stage be available at Special Services
their musical variety show (Building 14)) today and tomorrow VISIT
"Backstage" at the station from 1 to 3:30 p.m.
theatre here next Monday at 6
and 9 p.m. Admission is free. An additional 250 tickets per CECil
NOLAN
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Seating limitations -- 500 for performance will be on a first CLAUDE
each performance -- have necessitated come, first served basis at the ,
the following ticketing theatre ticket booth one hour
arrangements: 250 reserved tic- before'each performance.dNCLANTFLT CADILLAC & PONTIAC

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NORFOLK, VA. The Com- the Medit rrarean", on the expanding ,
mander in Chief of the Atlantic presence ,of the Soviet
PHONE EL 3-3922
Fleet (CINCLANTFLT) hasmes- Fleet in the-inland.sea, will start
4 sagedi,.'concerning' ,.,a pair ,of,.upteievision.specials - coming from April 6, "The Ship.That: Wouldn't
the NBC 'network (aired locally Die'; airing at '10 p.m., ,will
t over Channel 12)). recount the World War Two tri-
\ On Mar, '16, "The Russians In bulations of the USS FRANKLIN.rope .
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Russ officially relieved Cdr.Roy VALUES|
L. Officer Russ reported to the Hell-
Mock as the Executive, -
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I 'VA-67 D.tach.i From 174

NAS CECIL. Attack Squadron the breaking away ceremony.
67,commanded by command VA-67 is the Atlantic Fleet's
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detached here Tuesday ran and also the seventh squadron -
from VA-174. to complete training under
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'I men not on
f Y rA ,/ f a 1 Fit Fire Chief Herb Troup's civilian
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NAVY WIVES NEWS NAS Cecil Field Navy Wives Club ##121 the paint-brush wielders responding -
changed officers recently. Outgoing officers above from left are to an appeal for willing
President Mrs. Sandy Slate Treasurer Mrs. Betty West,secretaryMrs. hands published two weeks ago
Sidney Hyles and Parliamentarian 'Mrs. Helen Hall. Below, In the AFTERBURNER."There .
the incoming officers from left, President Mrs. Sidney Hyles, Vice- it gyp.Lt. were approximatelythirty
President Mrs. Linda Scott, Secretary Mrs. Pat Foster, TreasurerMrs. people in there with paint
Evelyn Fifield, Chaplain Mrs. Cynthia St. Andre, and Parliamentarian brushes," said a nursery spokesmen. -
Mrs. Sally Hardee. The formal Installation the new officers "We were going to paint
until it was done, and we were
will be later this month. They painted high..
prepared to stay awhile, but with
all the help we Were cleaning
', '''',.,.-.:.....""'t Y M{ brushes by'3 p.m."
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x f ;ii..'Ok.'. i tion individually all the painters
<' t involved, but it was a fine effort -

on their pan and the AFTERBURNER -
would like to de-
( part from strict reporting hereto ...and finished up in style.

offer its appreciation for a job
well done.
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UBIQUITOUS..means everywhere, and the Seabees are that-In the paper this week, last week
hobnobbing with politicians. Left, Seabee Chief Cecil A. Rhodes shares a guffaw with Florida -

Governor ,Claude Kirk in the latter's .offices. Right, Rhodes and EOI I Manuel Gonzalez
flank (I and r) Lt. Douglas Snead Jr. and Ltjg Chris Sophoclides, who in turn flank Jacksonville

Alpha : Mayor Hans G. Tanzler Jr. The governor and mayor both proclaimed last Wednesday as
Say 'Seabee Day.Photos( by AN Steve Stillings.)

to Your Neighbor!'
YA-114 Wires -
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The VA-174 Enlisted Wives .
DRIVE TO 'MATADORA Club held a farewell banquet
1\ last week for Mrs. Roy L. Mock,
h wife of the squadron's departing
P A R E N T SONLY Executive Officer. During the
event, held at the HALEKAUKAU -
HAWAII Ti Mrs. Mock was presentedwith
MILES FROM
a Sterling Silver Sandwich
NAS JAX MAIN GATE Dish and flowers. The Com-
v.1 DAYTONA BEACH manding Officer's Wife, Mrs.
Edward M. Crow, was presenteda
a 3 Bedroom A / corsage by the ladies in attendance -

H4W44g" Offering d maximum of and .
\\ living spate, The Wives Club will meet Mar.
18 in the Fellowship Hall of the
idea)
privacy in an location.... Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Crow

will demonstrate the art of making .
quiet rustic ORANGE PARK
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Special e Wall to Wall Carpeting bedroom
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By JOSN Brent, Kallestad, x '

BOWLJNG
Florida's expected balmy the four major Grand Prix races ATLANTIC Percentage'
weather brings a busy sports throughout the world. Uncles 769
calendar into focus with major World reknowned drivers, Gator Airlines 750
league baseball, professionalgolf Christ Amon of New Zealand, Pin Benders 688
and international automo- Mexico's Pedro Rodriguez, Jo'' Electrons 625
bile racing all on the agenda Siffert from Germany,
our own White Hats 583
this month. Sports of all sons Mario Andretti, England's Vic
are on the menu and any hungry Elford along with the Enzo Fer- CONTINENTAL
sports enthusiast has t no senti- rarri factory team from Italy will Chokers 917
ment due if he fails to take in be entered. Amon is Ferarri's Marine Bks. 750
one, of the many upcoming events. top Grand Prix racer. Sky Warriors 706
Greater Jacksonville Open These men will be running Por Weapons 625
sche's, Lola-Chevrolets, Alfa- da MARTD ###1 615
Special Services is handling Romeo's and British Ford GT- '
tickets for the Greater Jackson- 40's in attempting to.cop the AMERICANMad
ville Open (GJO) professionalgolf Sebring race. Foxes \ 875
tourney which begins at the Strikers .
688
Deerwood Country Club in Sideline HighlightsIf '. .
Pin Pushers 688
Jacksonville March 17. You any sports followers in the Tipplers 647Caderceus
can purchase weekday tickets for NAS complex are interested in a H2 588
$2, weekend ducats for $4 or sportscasting career on radio or '. : .
the seasonal button for $12. Thisis television, here's a tip from Red NATIONAL
one of the Professional Golfer's Barber, "start lifting weights." AOMD ###2 ,. 813 __
Association's (PGA) top Seriouly, the veteran sportscaster NATTC ###17 750
events and many of the top link- readily admits that starr- Leathernecks ',< ., 667
sters, professional and amateur, ing on the field is today's best Otto's Gorillas 667'
are already signed up for the way to break into a sportscast Out Casts .. 583VOLLEYBALL
rich event. Next week you'll ing career. The other, but diminishing -
FOLLOW THROUGH Walt Brittle strokes a putt on the
look at of the .
get a some name- mean of accomplishingthis
golfers who will be performing end is by majoring liberal practice green at the Jax links in preparation for his first AP-62 8-0
at the 1969 GJO. ans at a college and hooking up round in the Southeast Military Golf Championship NARTU 6-1

Sebring Grand Prix EnduranceThe with a campus radio or television FICEUR 3-3
station. Well,any"future"com- Jax Seeks Golf CrownGolfers AETU 2.6HOSP
internationally famous 12- mentators interested? It's a 1-5
hour endurance Grand Prix race tough racket, but pays well -- 679th 1-6.
at Sebring is scheduled for March Sandy Koufax and his "golden from different com- rallied the final day to post another -
22 at 11 a.m. Sebring is abouta voice (arm?) earns $100,000 a mands teed off yesterday on the 71"and beat Gus Greene for :Modern armies now carry
four hour drive from Jacksonville year from NBC. Jax Golf Course as they go after second place in a play-off Both colors only in ceremonies. The
and sports car racing en- See ya next week and don't the team andindividual trophies toured the 54-holes with 223's.Veriato practice of carrying colors into
thusiasts will want to see this forget about Special Services and in the Seventh Annual South- shot even to battle persisted in the United
one -- it's a big one -- one of those GJO tickets east Military Golf Championship.The ture first place. par cap- War.money States. Army through the Civil
'. 54-hole medal event,play -
ed at Jax since its inaugural in
1963 when Jax Navy won the
Whistling In or event, will last through Friday
STOP
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when a new team and individual worriesGO
champion will be crowned. Last
W The RiggingBy year's winners, Homestead Air
Force Base and Steve Veriato, 7 An "
will not make it back this yearto "
the ,Mate defend their titles.
In last year's.event.NAS;lax::
finished in second place in team
The March meeting of NJSC brave enough to venture out. play, 40, shots behind Home- '
began with a barbecue ,buffet "Star" sailer Billy Arnold was stead, and barely edged out Max-
dinner: which featured good food seen standing on the' pier at the well AFB by two shots. Each
and good company,including a few Florida Yacht Club; this had to team is represented by five men .
newly returned old faces. We be an indication that the weather with the four low rounds of the "
were also pleased to have with us was utterly impossible or to day counted for team total at the S
Bill Bransford, CWO, USN (ret.) morrow is Armageddon. end of the tourney. Individual
who is the proprietor of the Meantime, we want to get all honors to go the top three men
"Boatswains Locker." Bill enthusiasts gathered in so we will with the lowest medal score for
brought us a number of facts and be able to burst upon the racing theJHrholea( ,
tips on sails as well as a few scene in force when the wind Returning from the top threein
anecdotes, of the days when the turns green. Therewillbeeven- last year's field is Walt with the hand
Navy still had sails. ing sailing after a'short meeting Brittle from NAS Jax who was helping
.
Once again, Old Man Winter April 2; we need to know aheadof .first round medalist with a one- .rof
blew aside our weekend race time if you'd like to go in under par 71. Brittle ran.into
plans. Only the cruisers were order to. have enough boats. If disaster the second day out
It sounds like fun, drop around on when his score soared to 81 but I
--------- a sunny weekend before then and
introduce yourself to the nearest
club member.
". in no other state, save
.TRIM where the power of the people
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p lit. predominates, has liberty any
Sf. home. Liberty the sweetest of
all blessings, and which if it
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,: Intramural Filers Softball Begins ;


Sports Hurlers Impress CoachThe I



( Jax .. The NAS Athletic'Office Jax Fliers softball team regaining their winning form.
last Sunday and McCaffrey also expects the return -
has announced an organizational opened training
meeting for intramural about 15 players showed up for of Don Stewart to give hima
the first light workout. corps of five starters who have
track to be held Wednesday,
Coach Frank McCaffrey expects seen extensive action in the past.
9:30a.m.
March 19 In the gym at
The first scheduled meet Is slated more players to show up The next Flier practice willbe
for April 1, but there is some each week as basketball other Sunday at 12:30 at Mackroth Field
intramural near the end and Coach McCaffrey invites
doubt expressed due to conditioning sports
all interested from
of the track and certain equip of another season personnel
ment that may not arrive before The first day of practice went any command at NAS Sax to try
then. as expected with a light turn- out for the team.

No Netters out as arms were loosened up
1 and players took turns swattingout
Tennis, scheduled to hit the balls In a short batting prac-
courts last Monday, did not start tice. McCaffrey was especially r.
due to a lack of Interest. DIvisions pleased to see the return of four
interested in fielding a veteran pitchers from past teams
team should get in touch with !b .. 9iMYna i ,.f and expects a fifth starter in
the Athletic Office. This is a camp by midMay.Von .
good chance for the girls around r McClure, whom Coach
1
the base to become involved in McCaffrey rated as "possiblythe
intramural sports since they are A best softball pitcher In the

,,j, somewhat limited to what they Navy in 1967," Is back from the
can participate in.Softball 1967 Fliers as Is his teammate
from that same club Paul
News Swain. John Littleton from the
The first game of the intra- '66 club and Les Carroll from
mural Softball season Is still a last year's team were also on
month away (April 16)) but most hand to get an eary start on

divisions and squadrons are already gym. .
getting into shape by hold-
ing practices. All interested
.. personnel should get in touch with,
their division coach to check on FAST BALL Don Stewart uncorks a blazing fast ball showing Why Are So Many
practice times. the form that earned him two perfect games In three weeks. : ,



I Stewart Notches Big Goose Eggs Cars Sold In



VP-45 ace softball hurler Don Stewart has been just as hot as all. The guys have been playing
the Philippine sunshine, where he is presently deployed, as he real good behind me, and I guess Green Cove Springs
I fired two perfect games In three weeks. there's a little luck Involved too."
Stewart_ made, sports history! at Sangley Point when he hurled Up to the middle of February,
the; lUSt game ever. in addition to his two perfect Almost dally we are asked why It is that so many cars are sold
thrown there when the Red Dar- Stewart came 'within one out games and four no-hitters, Don in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
ters walked over'COMNAVPHIL of gaining arother perfect game had posted an unbelievable .377 modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
12-0 Jan. 17. against the Coast Guard team earned run average, or about one of this size? For Instance in what other town of less than
Three weeks later Don did it when with two-out in the last run per every two and a half 3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
again as ,he sent 21 straight of the seventh a highhoppingsingle games. His strike out averageis Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major American auto
batters mumbling to themselves went bounding through the just under two per Inning, and manufacturers?
as VP-45 had It easy sailing infield for a clean base hit. he walks a batter only once every Since auto tags went on sale May 1, there have been sold
knocking off the Marines 160.. Don retired the next man and six frames. His record for the in Clay county 13,858 tags. Mr. Geiger, Clay county tax
preserved his 6-0 shutout. season is 9-1, the.'only loss com- collector estimates that no more than 25 cars a year are
Don has been around NAS ing from VP-l, 21.: purchased elsewhere and registered here.
NAVY Jacksonville softball circles

., since 1963 when he began pitching -
'" for the Jax Navy Fliers.
'
y ; :.: & Last year was one of Stewart's
1T he led
finest years at Jax as
: : i VP-45 to a 19-1 Intramural record -
c and NAS and COMFAIRJAX

INSURANCE1.irIrl title and a berth In the Atlantic s, I
Fleet championships at Norfolk.In .
between his pltchlngs assignments -
with the Red Dar-
ters Don hurled for the Fliers.
Strangely enough,though he has 11 t
tossed more no-hitters than he
can remember, these were
"Stew's" first perfect gamesof
his career. Asked If he felt
the competition in the Philip- -JssJOC1
pines was' any easier than he '7l....
,
I Don ,
had encountered previously
replied "No, rot a bit. Things WN. .up 1 pfclvratdNMEtals
have just been,falling right,that's 'J2.I!! vnle iw Me" eaoiM
S12.2.

One Visit To Roberts Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Will Show

I 1 -24 I LOOK : xAn rNLM N n LEANS s You Why So Many Cars Are Sold There

M rkiComplimentary a 4 i s
.
AT tHEPRCE s soo"fir. Thousands of persons' every year are discovering 'that
"automobile row..1n .Green,.,Cove Springs is only, a short,
r. '00 =3.4p pleasant drive from, wherever they are, and so much easierto
\ TM1 /a.rrr/Ai elA"9/ pOrTenls loan, in oihpn /iM, reach sand1 shop in than more heavily congested areas. They
per od, or, pef torp like the friendly treatment they find in a small town. They
eon bffr welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the lower
BEFORE YOUBORROW JFfe.sf operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They appreciate the
fact that here they are treated valued customers, not statis-
tics on a sales chart.
Check. compare. know what you pay! At Roberts Chevrolet we have just closed the books on one
Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL wayl! of our most successful years in the history of the agency.
S Get up to $600. take up to 24 months to We credit that,record to the way In which we have endeavored to
C repay! Just phone get cash in 1-visit to
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Cokes conscientious personnel with which we are staffed; to the fact
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial!
that we have been privileged to offer you the finest cars for
City Haps, Key Chains the money ever. We would be happy to have you come in for
.... and SMILES! LOANS UP TO $600 '
a leisurely look at the 1969 model Chevrolets Oldsmobiles.
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ROBERT TRAVISAGENCY 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD., VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP. CTR.'
Next to Winn-Dixie Phone:388.9374 Visit Roberts Chevrolet-Oldsmobile In Green Cove Springs,
5 olhor.....IIclal I .fl c.,urr.Ih.Jocktenvlllo Aro and you'll SEE why so many cars: are sold in Green Cove
Soo phono book while pocoi for noorotl of c. .
You First
Springs. Our slogan -- "Putting Keeps Us First"is -
,',,I -.-J/40-5 of ROOSEVELT BDO.KWOOD.340J2W. the attitude of the entire staff and management at Robertson
BENEFICIALFINANCE Highway 17 at Orange Avenue In Green Cove Springs
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900 1C01 Phone (Jax) or
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