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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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have received Bronze Star

Medals for their heroic actions -

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: SSgt. William H. Carden Jr..

a platoon sergeant at the Marine
Barracks, and LCpl. Myrl B.
:: L- McCormick wjio is recovering
L :' sy; from wounds at the Navy Hospital \
: r- were decorated by Maj.
B.A. Greene Marine BarracksCO
during a ceremony March20.
Sergeant Carden, 28-year-
BRONZE ,STARS Maj. B. A. Greene congratulates SSgt. presenting the pair with Bronze Stars for heroism In Vietnam. old Recon Marine who is a qualified -

William H. Carden Jr., (C) and LCpl. Myrl B.McCormick At left is Marine Barracks Sgt. Maj. Ralph W. Bohne. earned jumper his decoration and SCUBA for diver ser-

vice as commanding officer of a
combined action company with
the Third Marine Amphibious
Force.
Tntt1IID
10-Year Veteran

During the February through
October period of 1968 the 10-
year Marine veteran commandeda
company consisting of two U.S.
Marine and three South Vietna-
Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and miters herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any mese platoons.He .
Military department.' The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. was credited with working
VOL. 27 NO. I U. S. NAVAL AIR// STATION, JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA MARCH 27, 1969 "tirelessly and with meticulous
attention" while exhibiting sound
judgment and tactical skill in coordinating -

I Wave Earns 'Serviceman' TitleJax WE'RE 26With unit. ,He was the also activities'cited'for of his his

actions in June last year followinga

1 -- SKI Frances A. Capers A career petty .officer Miss reputation that has made her this week's edi- helicopter crash near one of his

",! a supervisor ,at, Supply,. Capers reported to Jacksonvillein name synonymous with qualityand tion, Jax Air News beginsIts platoons.
became only the third Wave ,in May 1967 and currently is Integrity.He 27th year of publication Directs Air Strikes
be named second shift in the wrote that her desire to
over two years to supervisor aboard the air station. After with
arriving a platoonat
"Serviceman of the Month'whenshe Supply Response Section. In that please and concern for service
I The staff looks for '- the crash site he discovered
for title she controls the extends beyond her military
was ,selected ther/ capacity processing
ward to another of that the under
during the commanding: orti er's of incoming> supply re- duties Into her personal life.Miss year copters crew was
hundredsof fire and then deployed his
service to the mortar
from the fleet her
,copference.Tuesday. questions various Capers is currently sending.
.' ...1r* -.. .. ,squadrons'and tenant units aboard sister throughcollegeandhelping men and women in uni men to protect the downed fliers.
= He directed tactical air strikes
station, while 'niakirig'surecustomersreceiye'requested\! : support her father a stroke vic- form and civilians' ,that fire
and artillery against sus-
items., tim.; make ,up the :alr'ltatlon
f ., I Jnja\.:;.letter''of.:nomirlfuaon for '. 'Locauyrshe takes an interestin family,, Our, goaLiiul969y! pected: enemy(!'alrcraft positions to, be enablingthe lifted "
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the:monthly honor;. station Sup.. civic service by assistinWanelderly 'is the'same" as jtwaswhenthe : .'from the area. "
ply'Officer, Capt. D.A. Hempson lady who is an t invalid. first lax Air News was On another: occassion he was .
wrote, "Once all the, necessary This, month's'servicem n se- printed in 1943 '.- inform wounded when a' group of his
information has ,been provided; lectee Is also vice president of the readership and, improvethe men came under hostile mortar
Capers monitors the actionbeingtaken the station Wave Council.
morale.We fire. ,He received medical assistance -
on the requisition to 'ensure Miss Capers will receive a gift be
invite our readers and refusing to eva-
speedy in-house certificate to the Candlelight
processing
r cuated, returned to his platoon'slocation
and timely delivery to cus- Restaurant and a trip to St. to visit our office in Bldg. where he directed the
'tomers. The importance of good Augustine, sponsored by the USO. I and we ask anyone witha defense of a compound.
support to Jacksonville based Others nominated for Service- newsworthy item to giveus He is now living with his wife
1:4 squadrons such as that given by man of the Month honors Included a call at Ext. 3119. Shirley in Jacksonville Beach.
Capers cannot be over emphasiz- HMl Kenneth K. Crews, Shore The newspaper belongs to His are also lax Beach
cu i ." Patrol, and AEI William C.Dixon, all hands and we welcome residents.parents
: : The captain also said that Miss Aircraft Maintenance Depart
suggestions.
Capers has developed a service. ment. Saves Buddy

LCpl. McCormick performedhis
Bronze Star winning act during -
Operation Mameluke ThurstIn
Quang Nam Province. His
was conducting search
4 company
and destroy operations when the
Marines came under heavy auto-

matic weapons fire, sustaining
several casualties.

rm" Wr .n9f ,{ d'd h Observing a wounded man lying -
SKI I Capers b $ exposed to hostile fire, the
young Marine maneuvered across
the hazardous terrain to reach
News Briefs _. the side of his comrade. An

enemy soldier suddenly appeared
Test ResultsThe and aimed his weapon at the
wounded Marine. Disregardinghis
wait for those who took own safety McCormick
the February promotion exams quickly hurled a hand grenade at
nears an end as the Bureau of F autt the hostile soldier while shieldinghis
Naval Personnel and the Exami- 4 \ injured companion with his
Ing Center decide, how many own body.
men and women will be pro-
moted In each rating and 'pay- % 4ei Gives First Aid

grade. After the grenade exploded and
Planners have predicted that A r killed the attacker he rendered
promotion letters will be mailed first aid to his wounded buddy
starting April 7.Dental. before carrying him through the
fire-swept area to a position of
Sign Up relative safety.

.An accompanying citation said
Scheduling of appointments for x a r "Lance Corporal McCormick's

eligible children whose sponsor's courage, bold initiative and unfaltering -
birth month is April will begin devotion to duty saved
Tuesday under the Dental De- the life of a fellow Marine and
partment's preventive. denistry were In keeping with the highest

program Children for of children.active duty. and WE'RE HAVING A BALL -- Mrs. L. L. Maloy, 2nd vice president of the Jacksonville Officers traditions. .of** the Marine
retired military personnel who Wives Club, presents first ticket to the club's 18th annual Magnolia Ball to RAdm. Robert J Corps Other Leathernecks receiving

are bonafide dependents betweenthe Stroh, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Tickets for the "Silent Flowers" affair go on sale awards at the ceremony included
ages of six and 23 will be April 2 at $12 per couple, and will be available to active and retired officers at the 0' Club

and at commands. Proceeds from the May 3 charity ball will go to Navy and civilian organiza- (Continued on Page 2)) .
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

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Buy AmericanIf SUNDAY MASS -9 & "m
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DAILY MASSii:30 .im
S 1r < i SATURDAY' MASS"9 am;| :

you are about to embark on an extended tour of duty outside the 4 Confessions will be held'on

United States, the government has made special efforts to protect Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30:: a.In.
your financial interest. instead of Saturday.:

During your tour there will be ample opportunity to visit many U. S. NAVAL
interesting 'places and purchase a variety of enchanting items. How- ., HOSPITALSt.
ever, this is an excellent time to save some of that pay check for ,. H', )? Luke's Chapel
,
1IL.
purchases when you return home. \ \c (- ,
The government with this in view, has instituted many programs to .K' 1/ SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.
help you save while overseas. The various programs include: The PROTESTANT WORSHIP

Uniform Services Savings Deposit Program, United States Savings : \ SERVICES10:30 a.m.
Bonds, regular savings allotments and buying through government- ..'. PROTESTANT
operated exchanges and commissaries.Most items found exchanges
and commissaries mean a savings for they are lower priced than All Saints' Chapel

WOUNDED IN ACTION Retired Marine Corps Brig. Gen. SUNDAY ,

John F. Dobbin presents the Purple Heart Medal to Cpl. William Church School9:00; : a.m.

H. Mathis for wounds received during action in Vietnam. Bldg. # 722

Cpl. Mathis received the medal during a ceremony at the Na- Junior_ Church 10:00: a.m.

val Hospital here, where he is recovering from those wounds. Bldg. # 722
Divine Worship Service 10
a.m. Bldg. ti 750

Club SchedulesBlue Episcopal. Communion 11:15a.m.

Small Chapel Bldg. #750

t Jackets Inn C and the Seminoles"will providethe Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
#
Bldg. 722
0.
music Sunday night.
BLUE JACKETS INN -- The TUESDAY
"Soul Challengers will providethe Officers Club Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

beat for tonights dance Con- The "Red Coats" will pro- Bldg. # 750

those found on the local economy.If test. "Phil Cay and the Chan- vide the dance music tomorrow WEDNESDAYNavigator's
you decide to travel while overseas, try to use U.S. Govern- tels" will be on stage Friday and and "Charlie Jay" will be on Bible Class 7p.m.
ment facilities when available. Not only will you save money, but Saturday.The hand Saturday. Bldg. ff 722
you will be helping your government inthebalance of payments area. "Standard Production"will Dining room hours at the Officer's THURSDAY
begin the music making Sun- Junior Choir Rehearsal 4p.m.Bldg.
While you are helping yourself by saving for personal goals and Club are: Tuesday
future needs you will also be helping your Government achieve a day afternoon and the "CrystalCathedral" through Sunday, lunch 11:15 a.m. # 750
specific goal of its own. This Is to reduce our country's international will be on stage Sun- to 1:45 p.m.; Tuesday through Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
balance of payments. The money you save Instead of spending while day night and again Wednesday Thursday, dinner, 6 to 9 p.m. Bldg. # 722
stationed in a foreign country reduces the number of U.S. dollars that night. The "Soul Challengers"will Friday and Saturday, 6 to 10p.m. Christian Science Service -
country has for buying gold from our reserve stock. return Tuesday night. and Sunday Buffet Dinner, 6 to 8 p.m. Bldg. /# 750I"

Thus,. saving overseas not only helps you personally, but also Monday night is free jukebox 9 p.m. The Club is closed on
protects the Nation's economic strength by reducing its balanceof night with a surprise happy hour Mondays. -
and half "tg--ttt1-
hamburgers at price.
payments deficit and the resulting drains on our gold reserves. In 1
Club
CPO
Tuesday night is ladies night and
helping the Government in this goal also
you are helping protect
your own money, both in savings, taxes, and In your daily spending. the Mini Contest. Drinks will A menu special is featured at I Traffic I

(AFPS) go The for "Drink half price of the for the Day"ladies.con- the club every day except Mon- i I

tinues with special daily prices day. Dining room hours are .
Mobs Ptrftcf Monday through Thursday, '11
Practice for the special daily drink.Happy Violations I IThe
1:30 and 4:30
Hour is held Monday through Fri- a.iru to p.m. to I
By C>QC. JOSEPH M. GEARY, CHC day from 5 to 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Saturday, noon until 10 p.m.
Announcing a new club featureof
old But like and Sunday noon until 9 p.m. following is a report of
"Practice makes perfect" 'goes an saying. manya a "Birthday Anniversary"
proverb, it contains only pan of the truth. For example, the celebration. Patrons celebratinga Acey Deucy Club motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
golfer who practices his shots badly will never become proficient. birthday or annlversaly can violations for the period
Actually he will practice his mistakes into a "groove" and,,with purchase any meal on the menu "Tommy C" will perform in March 11 17.
each practice:' swing he will be putting greater distance between his for half price, which includesany the Main Ball Room tomorrow Number of Accidents
while the "Fate Three' performin This week - - -9
present skill and eventual perfection. Or if a person drives an auto- drink at the bar, also for
mobile badly, he will never become a good driver simply by continuing half price. the Sky Room. Mel Gaden Total accidents this year through
to drive that way. Fleet will provide thebeat Saturday and March 17 - - 70
Reserve Unit 1191
It is always important to "watch the beginnings." A problem in the "Fate Three" return Sun- Number of accidents through
Entertainment at the Collins:
arithmetic begun the wrong way will get progressively further day.Menu March 68 - -69
away from the right answer. Again, if, in walking from New York to Road location includes a Rest specials are run all week. Total number of days since last
and Recreation
Washington, D.C., .you start off in the direction of Boston, the more night tonight.To- The Sunday buffet has been discontinued injury in a motor vehicle accident -
'
morrow "Mark Castle" will be
you walk the farther you will be from your goal. ; hand for'music "Bud however, the club continues - - -144
on making.
when to serve a buffet Thursdayand Number of Violations
"Watch the beginnings is a particularly apt warning we Davis and the Tunesters will
enter the realm of human behavior. A faulty habit is not something be Friday from 11 a.m. until This week -
which is acquired in a moment, but gradually. A faulty habit had a on stage Saturdayand"Tommy 1:30 p.m.NOW. Speeding -, .; .. -34
beginning. It was only after continually practicing that fault that it Reckless Driving : -4
became a habit. Therefore it is important that we keep on our Going through stop sign -6
guard lest an occasional fault develops into a habit which we find e Other violations - 39
almost impossible to drive out of our lives. Stan at the beginning.Rid Thirty three drivers appeared -
yourself of bad traits before they become pan of your character. before the Traffic Hearing
Board on March 20. Dispositionof
( DENTAL from Pace: I) furnished materials and instruc- the cases included the follow-
tions. telephone appointments ing: 7 lost driving and parking
eligible.for treatment will be made. privileges aboard station for
Appointments may be made by Each child will receive anoral various periods; 23 were assigned -
the sponsor or spouse at the
health examination, an application qHN to completeaneighthourcourse
Dental Department normal appointmentdesk of a sub stance to inhibit OUI fN in remedial driving; 4
during working tooth decay, an oral hygiene demonstration received suspensions; 0 were
hours. At that time they will be
and lecture and den given warnings; 11 were dismissed -
definite and
given a appointment tal health educational material. f ; 21 were fined (U. S.

New Haw Exchange Hours for Saturday* Commissioner); and 1 refer-

.. red to commanding officers for
For the added
shopping convenience of
patrons possible disciplinary action.
a AXk: : i Ft ISIEWS: '
: beginning Saturday 29 March 1969 Twenty five drivers were assessed -
: 64 traffic points.
the following Navy Exchange facilities will

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper remain open until 1700 every Saturda: VETERANS DECORATED

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
(Continued from Page I),
Jacksonville, Florida., by the Holt .publishing Company, a Main Retail Store, Bldg. 27
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Country Store/Toylai, BWg. 514 Sgt. R.E. Bentley and LCp1.M.G.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Service Station, Bldg. 24 Green. Both men received: the

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub Express Store No. I, Bldg. 131 I I.vty Purple Heart.
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone k** Shop, Bldg. 3 Other Awards
772 Barber Shop, Bldg. 3
3118 or 3119.
Personal' Services Shep Corporals J.H. Campbell,R.E.
,
Advertisements solicited the and lUg. 3 Kelley Schooler were
are by publisher queries BW& ,. 3J and R.L.
concerning such should be directed' to: oGbbl.r. presented Good Conduct Medals,
andBldg.. 3 and SSgt. C.H. Smith and Sgt.
The Holt Publishing Company. IPSO Blinding Blvd. *J Tailor Shop dry PicUp, Bldg.'54Al T.L. Wilkerson were recipientsof
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone Ml 2755 a Meritorious Mast.

VOL. 27 NO. I MARCH 27, 1969 other Navy Exchange facilities wig **********
continue'on for current hours of operation The VA is the world's largest
Saturdays.
employer in about 10 medicaland
related professions.
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t.sa k. :. Now You See VA-15, Now You Don't i


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ABOARD THE USS FORRES- were men flying an aircraft designated "Valions" Into a Skyhawk< u.1d-
STAL June 1 marks the the SBD Dauntless, and ron, ,and history stepped up its
ceremonial death of a NAS Cecil fighting the Germans from what- tempo a bit, and before the new
A-4 squadron, far from the run- ever squadrons and units of the A-4's saw their second birthday,
ways ,of Florida. A news release Luftwaffe_ and Nazi navy were the "Valions" had had them off
from the FORRESTAL, in action in North Africa. Later, 'on 5500 combat sonies duringtwo
steaming in the Mediterranean, they flew in the Pacific againstthe deployments to Southeast
gives that date as the appointedhour Japanese on Leyte and Luzon.In Asian waters.
of VA-15's decommissioning 1945 suddenly they were flying Now, sailing the tension-filled
as an A-4 squadron. Someone the TBM Avenger. Middle East, VA-15 will do a
4 r has crossed out the typed Post-war (post-THAT-war) vanishing act under the hand of
word decommissioned and inserted orders moved the "Valions"backto Commander Richard G. Daly,
.Mwi disestablished.On the east coast, to Jacksonville its twenty-third skipper.:
that day, the squadron's according to the squadron history When the patchreap-
Skyhawks will be transferred to and handed them their third bird, pears, Cecil-men will again be
other A-4 squadrons, and its the A-l Skyraider. Until 1965, wearing it. VA-67, a Corsair II
men will receve orders for new different aged and sized and rank- squadron now forming at NAS
duty stations. When the cere- ed "Valions" flew and supported Cecil, will become VA-15, also
monies and order-cutting are th flying of Skyraider. Three, with suitable ceremonies,on June
r I done, there will be an empty COMNA V AIRLANT Efficiency"E" 2.
r place on the FORRESTAL where Awards and a CNO Safety Now you ,see them in the Me-
until the last day of May, there Award were the fruits of their diterranean and now you don't.
was Attack Squadron 15. Skyraider days and deploy- And now you see them at NAS
Strange, how these things work. ments. Cecil though the squadron never
Wd ,! p J n 'a 1 WP The first "Valions" of VA-15 November 1965 turned theVA174 came home.


Wives Weave 'Krazy Hats' JAXiS: MEANEST

FURNITURE:

NAS CECIL The VA-174 read. Or: "Born in December VALUES''
Enlisted Wives met last week at Put a Christmas tree ornamenton
the Chapel Fellowship Hall hereto your hat." WHOLESALE
.for A 4 bearing the "Valonn" omblem
LAST LIFTOFF. arlt
judge the best entry in a Krazy Sonya Lee Deanhad the winning ICE TO'C-vf RYONF
TellTale Hats Kontest dreamedup hat.With
by Program Director Nancy that bit of spring mad-
Smoot. ness out of the way, the wives -. F *
T' : Each wife built her own hat watched as Mrs. M. A. Crow, fr ; *
.., u dL from a packet of "questions or wife of the VA 174 skipper, '
:i comments": distributed at the demonstrated the an of making
L {1p February meeting, according paper tissue flowers for those
::: club spokesman.Each spring socials in the wings. ;
day of the month preceding Next activity will be an April
the final judging,thevives 5 Easter Egg Hunt for the enlisted -
would select a piece of paper, families of 174 at picnic
I t fortune cookie wise from her area number one, 11 'a.m. to 4 SURPLUS GOODS
packet. "Have you ever ,been p.m. "Admission" will be four
Sc' overseas? -- Put a picture ofa colored, hard boiled eggs per
ship on your hat," she might child.
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upper photo? Well, if a lot of young people in a lot of dif '1
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approximately. _. -- "Fellowship.' -,.. ''

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k ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

p' Edwards, Chapel

Buy AmericanIf SUNDAY MASS ---9& ,
DAILY MASS11:30 a'S': :
SATURDAY' MASS
9 !

you are about to embark on an extended tour of duty outside the Confessions will be held'on
United States the government has made special efforts to protect Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
your financial interest. instead of Saturday.U. .

During your tour there will be ample opportunity to visit many S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
interesting places and purchase a variety of enchanting items. How- '

ever, this is an excellent time to save some of that pay check for w ) '' I Luke's Chapel
purchases when you return home. i ""' ,,(.;..'f/1"- .'. :,; \
I
The government with this in view has instituted many programs to 'S. .< \\ SUNDAY MASS -8:00 a.m.
help you save while overseas. The various programs include: The PROTESTANT WORSHIP

Uniform Services Savings Deposit Program, United States Savings SERVICES10:30, a.m.
Bonds regular savings allotments and buying through government- \ PROTESTANTAll
operated exchanges and commissaries.Most items found inexchangesand ii
commissaries mean a savings for they are lower priced than Saints' Chapel

WOUNDED IN ACTION -- Retired Marine Corps Brig. Gen SUNDAY ,

John F. Dobbin presents the Purple Heart Medal to Cpl. William Church School ;9:00 a.m.

H. Mathis for wounds received during action in Vietnam. Bldg. # 722

yl I li ( I I Cpl. Mathis received the medal during a ceremony at the Na- Junior: Church 10:00 a.m.
val Hospital here, where he is recovering from those wounds. Bldg. I#; 722 ,
Divine Worship Service 10
a.m. Bldg. f# 750

q Club SchedulesBlue Episcopal a.m. Communion 11:15

Small Chapel Bldg. #750

Jackets Inn C and the Seminoles"will providethe Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
0. Bldg. # 722
music Sunday night.
BLUE JACKETS INN -- The TUESDAY
"Soul Challengers" will providethe Officers Club Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

beat for tonights dance Con- The "Red, Coats" will pro- Bldg. # 750

those found on the local economy.If test. "Phil Cay and the Chan- vide the dance music tomorrow WEDNESDAYNavigator's
you decide to travel while overseas, try to use U.S. Govern- tels" will be on stage Friday and and "Charlie Jay" will be on Bible# Class 7p.m.
722
Bldg.
ment facilities when available. Not only will you save money, but Saturday.The hand Saturday.
you will be helping your government inthebalance of payments area. "Standard Production"will Dining room hours at the Offlcer's THURSDAY
begin the music making Sun- Junior Choir Rehearsal 4
I While you are helping yourself by saving for personal goals and Club are: Tuesday
##1
future needs, you will also be helping your Government achieve a day afternoon and the ttCrystalCathedral" through Sunday, lunch 11:15 a.m. p.m.-Bldg. 750
specific goal of its own. This is to reduce our country's international will be on stage Sun- to 1:45 p.m.; Tuesday through Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
balance of payments. The money you save instead of spending while day night and again Wednesday Thursday, dinner 6 to 9 p.m. Bldg. /## 722
stationed in foreign of night. The "Soul Challengers"will and 6 Christian Science Service -
a country reduces the number U.S. dollars that Friday Saturday to 10p.m.
,country has for buying gold from our reserve stock. return Tuesday night. and Sunday Buffet Dinner, 6 to 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750

Thus saving overseas not only helps you personally, but also Monday night is free jukebox 9 p.m. The Club is closed on
protects the Nation's economic strength by reducing its balanceof night with a surprise happy hour Mondays. '
payments deficit and the resulting drains on our gold reserves. In and hamburgers at half price. CPO ClubA r--- ---,
Tuesday night is ladies night and
helping the Government in this goal also
you are helping protect
your own money, both- in savings, taxes, and in your daily spending. the Mini Contest. Drinks will menu special is featured at : Traffic I
for half price for the ladies.
(AFPS) go
the club every day except Mon- i
The "Drink of the Day" con-
day. Dining room hours ,are
tinues with special daily prices .
Makts Ptrhcf Monday through Thursday, '11
Practice
for the special daily drink.Happy Violations {
Hour Is held Monday through Friday a.ma to 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 to I
By Caapt. JOSEPH M. GEARY, CHC from 5 to 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30
Announcing new club featureof p.m. Saturday, noon until 10 p.m.,
old But like and Sunday noon until 9 p.m. The following is a report of
"Practice makes perfect" 'goes an saying. manya a "Birthday Anniversary"celebration.
proverb, it contains only part of the truth. For example, the Patrons celebrating] Acey Deucy Club motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
golfer who practices his shots badly will never become proficient. a birthday or anniversaly can violations for the period
Actually he will practice his mistakes into a "groove" and with purchase any meal on the menu "Tommy C" will perform in March 11 17.
each practice swing he will be putting greater distance between his For half price, which includesany the Main Ball Room tomorrow Number of Accidents
while the "Fate Three' performin This week - - -9
present skill and eventual perfection. Or if a person drives an auto- drink at the bar, also for
mobile badly, he will never become a good driver simply by continuing half price. the Sky Room. Mel Gaden Total accidents this year through
will provide the beat Saturday and March 17 - - 70
drive that
to way. Fleet Reserve Unit #191|
the "Fate Three" return Sun- Number of accidents through
It is always important to "watch the beginnings. A problem in
Entertainment at the Collins:
March 68 - -69
arithmetic begun the wrong way will get progressively further day.Menu
Road
location includes a Rest specials are run all week. Total number of since last
away from the right answer. Again If, in walking from New York to days
Washington, D.C., you start off in the direction of Boston the more and Recreation night tonight.To- The Sunday buffet has been discontinued injury in a motor" vehicle accident -
morrow "Mark Castle" will be
from / however the club continues - - -144
farther be
you walk the you will your goal. on hand for music making. "Bud
when to serve a buffet Thursdayand Number of Violations
"Watch
the beginnings" is a particularly apt warning we
.,Davis and the Tunesters" will
enter the realm of human behavior. A faulty habit Is not something I be Friday from 11 a.m. until This week - - -83
which Is acquired In a moment but gradually. A faulty habit had'a on stage Saturday and"Tommy 1:30 p.m.NOW. Speeding - .. -34

beginning. It was only after continually practicing that fault that It Reckless Driving : -4

became a habit. Therefore",it is Important that we keep on our I ...... __ Going through stop sign -6
guard lest an occasional fault develops Into a habit which we find Other violations - 39
almost Impossible to drive out of our lives. Start at the beginning.Rid Thirty three drivers appeared -
yourself of bad traits before they become part of your character. before the Traffic Hearing
Board on March 20. Dispositionof
( DENTAL from Pace I) urnihed materials and instruc- the cases Included the follow-
tions. telephone appointments ing: 7 lost driving and parking
ellglble.for treatment will be made. privileges aboard station for
Appointments may be made by Each child will receive an oral various periods; 23 were assigned
the sponsor or spouse at the
health examination an application to complete an eight -hour
Dental Department appointmentdesk of a substance to inhibit o2UN cNew course in remedial driving; 4
during normal working
tooth decay, an oral hygiene demonstration received suspensions; 0 were
hours. At that time they will be
and lecture and den- given warnings; 11 were dismissed -
definite and!
given a appointment ; tal health educational material. ; 21 were fined (U. S.
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Navy Exchange Hogs for SatWdaYL '. ,Commissioner); and 1 refer-
,
red to commanding officers for
For the added shopping convenience of patrons possible disciplinary action.

JTAXL AX NEWSThe beginning 'Saturday 29 March 1969 Twenty five drivers were assessed -

I 64 traffic points.
the following Navy Exchange facilities will

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper remain open until 1700 every Saturday : VETERANS DECORATED

distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, (Continued from Page I)

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt publishing Company, a Main Retail Store. Bldg. 27
private firm. All Copy submitted" (for use in the JAX AIR Country Store/T oyl.M. BUg. 514 Sgt. R.E. Bentley and LCpl.M.G.

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box Service; Station Bldg. 24 Green. Both men received. the

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday' before publication. Expces$ Store No. I I. Bldg. 931 I 4- Purple Heart.

News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- hMY: : Shop Il ;
phone 772 3118 or 3119. I Mbar Shop BMg. 3 ;
R.E.
Pern l Corporals J.H. Campbell: ,
Services 51.
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Optical Shop. BW,.. 3 BUq. 3 Kelley and R.L. Schooler were
concerning such should be directed' to: c.ltbl.r Sft. presented Good Conduct Medals,

The Holt Publishing C.mpany -, IPSO Blinding Blvd. Tailor Shop anaw+dry PicUp, BWg.154 : T.L.and SSgt.Wilkerson C.H. Smith were recipientsof and Sgt.

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone MS 2755 .: a Meritorious Mast.

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Now You See VA-15; Now You Don't. ', .1


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ABOARD THE USS FORRES- were men flying an aircraft designated "Valions Into a Skyhawk squadron -

STAL June 1 marks the the SBD Dauntless, and ,and history stepped up Its
ceremonial death of a NAS Cecil fighting the Germans from what- tempo a bit, and before the new
A-4 squadron far from the run- ever squadrons and units of the A-4's saw their,second birthday,
ways ,of Florida. A news release Luftwaffe and Nazi navy were the "Valions" had had them off
from the FORRESTAL. in action in North Africa. Later 'on 5500 combat sorties duringtwo
steaming in the Mediterranean they flew in the Pacific againstthe deployments to Southeast
gives that date as the appointedhour Japanese on Leyte and Luzon.In Asian waters. :.
of VA-15's decommissioning 1945 suddenly they were flying Now sailing the tension-filled
as an A-4 squadron. Someone the TBM Avenger. Middle East VA-15 will do a
NdP has crossed out the typed Post-war (post-THAT-war) vanishing act under the hand of
word decommissioned and inserted orders moved the "Valions"back Commander Richard G. Daly,

disestablished.On to the east coast to Jacksonville Its twenty-third skipper.:
A/ that day the squadron's according to the squadron history. When the "Valion patchreap-
r Skyhawks will be transferred to and handed them their third bird, pears Cecil-men will again be ,
other A-4 squadrons and its the A-1 Skyraider. Until 1965 wearing It. VA-67, a Corsair U
men will receve orders for new different aged and sized and rank- squadron now forming at NAS ;"
duty stations. When the cere- ed "Valions" flew and supportedth Cecil, will become VA-15, also
monies and order-cutting are flying of Skyraider. Three, with suitable ceremonies on June
I
1.13'a Y L' done, there will be an empty COMNAVAIRLANT S Efficiency"E" 2.
r- xR E place on the FORRESTAL where Awards and a CNO Safety Now you ,see them In the Me-
: ,c a. until the last day of May there Award were the fruits of their diterranean and now you don't.
was Attack Squadron 15. Skyraider days and deploy- And now you see them at NAS
p- Strange, how these things work. ments. Cecil though the squadron never
:
; r The first 4Vallons" of VA-15 November 1965 turned theVA174 came home.


Wives Weave 'Krazy Hats' FURNITURE iAX'S GREATEST



NAS CECIL The VA-174 read. Or: "Born In DecemberPut ?-- VALUES''
Enlisted Wives met last week at a Christmas tree ornamenton
Hall hereto hat. WHOLESALE:
the
Chapel Fellowship your
LAST LIFTOFF. .for art A A bearing the 'Valion emblem
judge the best entry inaKrazy Sonya Lee Deanhad the winning icE TO evfRYUNFfc
TellTale Hats Kontest dreamedup hat.With
by Program Director Nancy that bit of spring mad-
Smoot. ness out of the way the wives f *
Each wife built her own hat watched as Mrs. M. A. Crow f >*
from a packet of "questions or wife of the VA 174 skipper,
comments" distributed at the demonstrated the an of making
February meeting accordingtoa paper tissue flowers for those
club spokesman.Each spring socials in the wings.
day of the month preceding Next activity will be an April
the final judging.the'Wives 5 Easter Egg Hunt for the en-
would select a piece of paper, listed families of 174 at picnic
fortune cookie wise from her area number one, 11 'a.m. to 4 SURPIUSGOOOSUSING
packet. "Have you ever been p.m. "Admission" will be four
i: overseas? -- Put a picture ofa colored, hard boiled eggs per
ship on your hat," she might child.

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NASAMembershipDrive Ir '. :' >.. ;>,:t:: Civilian

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Continues Current OpeningsMerit
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Dorothy M. Sweat of the Naval :.f : promotion opportunities Mechanical Engineer (Utilities)
Air Rework Facility was the first < currently open for receipt of applications GS-12. Area of consideration
member enrolled during the 1969 are listed below. The Nationwide. Applications for this
membership renewal period; for t.E of consideration and the position will be accepted throughthe
area
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station ::{.i closing date of each are shown. close of business April 14.
Association! (JAX NASA). MPB No. 72-67 Plan Dgrade MPB No. 27-69 Supervisory
The renewal period will be opento levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. Aircraft Inspection Specialist,
all civilian employees until : ? 79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled GS-12 or 13. Area of consideration
April 15, pay level seven and be- : Sixth Naval District. Ap-
positions
The Jax NASA operates undera ;air : v M Iowan:! MPB No. 83-67 Plan plications for this position will be
three-fold objective which in- v.4 B all skilled positions pay level accepted through the close of
includes national defense, com- 4't seven and above. Area of con- business April 3.
munity service and stability of { sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU, MPB No. 34.69 Electric Ac-
employment. These objectivesare COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, counting Machine Supervisor
emphasizedbya.strongmem- Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- GS-5. Area of consideration:
bership In the association. The sary Stores,Navy Recruiting Station Nationwide. Applications for this
larger the membership, the ;;,:) M Disease Vector Control position will be accepted until the
greater the influence.. Center and Resident Storage Office close of business April 21.
Jax NASA members get the FIRST $1969 NASA MEMBER Dorothy M. Sweat signs 'membership Jacksonville. Applicationsfor MPB No. 35-69 Electronics
benefit of ,a low-cost group insurance to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Association, as these positions will be accepted Mechanic, 36-69 Aircraft Elec-
plan, according to M.H. the first 1969 membership renewal, while Association Sec at any time. A separate trician and 37-69 Aircraft Elec-
Eddings Jr., of the for each tronics Worker. Area of
secretary application must be filed con-
retary M. H. Eddings Jr., explained NASA's 'policies.
association. Details of the plan position in which interested.MPB sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU,
are available from Jax NASA .. ., No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT,
representatives throughout the GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof Naval Hospital, Navy Commis-
station.As consideration:Nationwide.Applications sary .Stores,Navy Recruiting Station -
a" further example of theassociation's II NA TTC i111"1 the s"Rs II for this position will Disease Vector Control
work,Eddings' citeda be accepted until the needs of Center and Resident Storage Office .
bill that has been introduced
the service are met.MPB Jacksonville. Applications
Congress,to remove the ceiling By Phillis HarkinsJax No. 22-69 Supervisory received after the closing date

restrictions that have affected the --. AEI Joseph H. .Spencer reer he has had duty in numerous Aircraft Quality Control Specialist of this special bulletin will not
the fleet.
support rendered to Jr. retired from the Navy Mon- ships and aircraft squadrons as GS-14. ,Area of consideration be considered for these specific
This 'example illustrates the association's day after completing over 20 well as Naval Air Stations. For : Nationwide.Applications for vacancies. However, such appli-
the
effort to improve years of service. During a cere- his outstanding performance and this position will be accepted cations will be accepted and
defense and
national
stability of employment to, according assure- mony conducted. by Capt. R.P. devotion to duty, he earned the through the close of business eligibles will be added to the register -
Kline, commanding officer, Petty Good Conduct Medal ((5th award), April 2.MPB. for consideration for future -
to Eddings.
Officer Spencer.was transferred Navy Occupation Service Medal No. 26-69 Supervisory ,vacancies in accordance with
Award Presented_ to to the Fleet Reserve. (with Asia and Europe clasps), Plan B of the Merit' Promotion
Capt. Kline presented Spencer China Service Medal (extended), Award CeremonyHeld Program. _
Shipbuilding, Repair ,with a letter of ap'preciationwh1ch National Defense Service'Medal, For further' information re-
read in part, .. you have Korean Service Medal, United for. Nine at 'garding these positions, ,see the
Jax -- At a ceremony at the. performed your duties in a Nations' Service Medal and the copies of the bulletins. or announcements -
William .M. Raines High School manner which left little to be de- Navy Unit QmmendatlonRibbon. Data :Processing or call Extension
.Jacksonville on March 11,the Su- sired. Your outstanding leadership Spencer has been assigned as' 2320, rating Examining
pervisor of Shipbuilding,Conversion abilities, devotion to duty an instructor at AE"A" School Nine civilian workers of the Branch, Civilian' Personnel Office -
and Repair, USNJacksonville and the high level of professional since April 1965. Part of his data processing office were NAS Jacksonville.
(Supshipjax), received an competence displayed by you haveat off-duty hours ,for the past two I honored during an awards cere- Other OpeningsThe
Outstanding ,Service Award from all times conformed to the years have been spent as an mony held,at"the data processing
..- the.William M.Raines Vocational highest standards of .the United advisor to the Rainbow Girlsof office March 12. Interagency Board of U.S.
,Industrial Club for 'outstanding States Navy .' ''I wish to express the Orange Park Masonic Cdr. R.L.: Williams, data processing -. Civil Service Examiners for
service and participation in the my,own and the Navy's'appreciation Lodge.He resides with his wife, officer, presented lengthof Florida has' issued the following
development of youth preparingfor for' your faithful'and Lois, and two children: in the service pins to two of the ,announcements,to fill positions,
careers In industry.** honorable service.'* Jacksonville area. civilians and promotion .certificates -. .throughout the ,state' of, Florida:

MJ.IW.-. ., ......,....... ,During Spencer's naval ca- Class Graduates went to seven" people. Nursing Assist ant.'GS-2, 3 or 4,
I >J 3K J J3 J 3K JW 3MM 3 3 3IB| Mrs Aleta F. Plank, digital $,231, $4,600 and .$5,145 per
Graduation ceremonies were computer system operator, received annum and Medical Machine
MONEY held March 20 at NATTC for a pin for 20 yearsfederal: Technician GS-5: and 6. $5,732
Cash Monthly) Months AE"A" School Class 841. The service and Robert B. Langille and '$6,321 per annum. Ap-
You Get Payment to Pay over all class average was 77.37. received a 10 year service award. plications will be accepted until
IN 1 DAY Promotion certificates went to further notice and should be
84.3) 5.00 24 LCdr. DJ.Ever,Training Officer William B. King, promoted to sent to the Interagency Board of
for "B" School, congratu- GS-11, Mrs. Juanita 0. John- U.S. Civil Service Examinersfor
219.27 ,13:00: 24 lated the students and presentedtheir ston, GS-7, Francis J. JohannJr. Florida, 123 South Court
$25 to $600ARRANGED' diplomas. Honorman of the ., GS-4, Thomas P. DobbsJr. Street, Orlando, Fla., 32801.
320.79 19.00 24 class, AE3 Richard B. Tate, ., GS-4, Robert S. Williams
427.51 25.00 24 USCG, received an honor certifi- GS-4, Wenzell T. Wilson, GS4an
cate in addition to his diploma.His :! Mrs. Louise A. Valliere,
500.51 29.00 24 average was 89.99. GS-4.
HONDAMiters
600:00: 4.9 24 I This was not the first honor MARRIAGE LlceNS

BY PHONE Payments include interest. .' for Tate. Prior ,to coming to t Cycles Co.
NATTC, he was a member of %/
the Presidential Honor Guardin
Washington, D.C. He enlistedin i iI 4949 Blanding 7718244CENTER

: e DiaL Finance Company the Coast Guard in May 1967
and was an honor student during
basic training.In '
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4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 -2341 addition to his studies as z -- 36 W.Adorn.. Downtown H r I
a student.at AE"A" School, Tate >QANtted
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5256 BEACH BLVD. DIAL 359 2895 the Jaxon Dancers, NATTC's 11
precision drill,team. Upon com 1 The equlred

pletion of school, he was transferred -' International
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-- SSgt. Frederick Pope MAD shooters braved the wind I
kJIL was promoted to his new rank and rain of the Palmetto Pistol
Friday at the Marine Aviation Tournament in Miami early in
Detachment by Lt. Col. R.P. March to come away with one C
Eckmann commanding officer. first place and two fourth place ,\
SSgt. Pope arrived here last finishes. .
week from Marine Air Group Some of the top shooters in
36 In Vietnam. He will be Instructing the nation fired in the match j j1 ;
in the Marine Me- which saw two MAD Marines
chanical School which Is scheduled place. ,
to open next week. Some of the top shooters in .(..'
!r : $ MSgt for MFC the nation fired in the match which ,'
saw two MAD Marines place. (
MSgt. Harry D. Stern reported MSgt. K.L. Yoak shot a 188
for duty here Monday of a possible. 200 to take 1st -, .
VP 5 PROMOTIONS Four VP 5 officers congratulateeach following a tour of duty In West- Expert in the rapid fire. He also t(
other on their recent promotions to lieutenant. Receiv- Pac aboard the USS Okinawa.He fired a 804 of 900 to take fourth (

ing their extra bars were (I r) Lieutenants Wally Dye, Ed will be attached to the in the .45 aggregate. t
MFC School. GySgt. R.R. Kinnel shot a fine '
Vaarwerk Leo Hill and Dave Hersh. ''''
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191 of 200 in the rapid fire for .
Class 845 Gone '"I'
fourth place in the Master class.
Station Personnel Help Aviation Ordnance Class 845 Softball Hindered
graduated last week from,MAD, BATGIRL These who love '
thus sending eleven more Ma- Softball practice for the MAD beauty will be aure to. catch '
Meet Blood Bank NeedStation rines out to strengthen Marine "Big Reds"hasbeenbogged down every episode of Batman, for r;
Corps air squadrons. lately, but with a few nice days appearing in the more recent ,
LCpl. John Buxie was high earlier this week practice is episodes of this TV mainstay is '
personnel continue to Gibbons Bruce G. Geissler, marl In a class of 50 Marines finally getting started. The team the lover Miss Yvonne Craig j I
help the hospital meet Its own Steve M.Balazs,Charles P.Gril"-- 'I
and sailors with an average of will be after its fourth consecu- as. the beauty of crime fighters, ,
need for blood donations and fin *. L.N. .
John
pro- Joiner, Kelley, 88.6. LCpl. Buxie has been tive NATTC title. BatffirL 1
vide blood for air shipment to Michael E. Kelley. James D. Marine .
further assigned to the
Vietnam. Lagrone,James J.Mahoney.Jack Air Station El Toro.
Corps ,
Seventy-one sailors and A. Marcinko, Harry J. Martin, Education Looks to Rotirtts ,J JA
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Marines fromthevariousNATTCSchools J.K. McDonald, Wallace McFallJr. Goodwill .
and Marine Air Detach ., David B. McRae Donald K.
ment volunteered as blood donors Mikko Donald S. Olsen Kevin new program aimed at retraining To qualify for the program, an
in one day last week, meetingthe M. O'Rourke Thomas Rigsby, Executive professional personnelIn individual must have at least
bulk of the donations duringa R.L. Schortzmann, Ronald L. industry and the military for bachelor's degree and experiencein
two day period. Schreiber, Timothy R. Slade, Sends ThanksJax new careers in education when a technical area.
Personnel from main side, William L. Stuart, Michael A. they reach retirement age, has One of the secondary objec-
squadrons and NATTC ship' Yinkgling and Russell A. Wil- let been set up by the Stout State tives of the program Ruehl
to Navy-
In order
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company helped bring the dona- liams. University, Menomonie, Wise. said, is to develop a national
tions over the 100 mark duringthe Main Side squadron and men at the air station who helpedIn The primary objective of the data center which will provide
same two day.period. NATTC: ship's company per- Saturday's joint Scout Good- program Is to tap an unused resource information job opportunities
will Industries Good Turn
Lt (jg) Marilynn I. Henry of sonnel donating included RichardA. Day of trained professional. available in the Junior. colleges,
the hospital Blood donor center Amell, Ronald K. Archer, Ellen know their efforts were ap- people and prepare them to serveas and technical institutes. The.
said, "The response for dona: S. Armstrong, Gene E. Bax- preciated, Earnest Pavey,acting teachers In higher education, data center will help other teacher -
tions continues to be outstanding. ley, J.F. Bilbo, Thomas M. Bul executive director, Goodwill thanks according to Phillip W. Ruehl, training institutions fill cri-
Because of the large number ger, Lynada S. Carson Robert Industries, expressed his assistant dean at Stout's Schoolof tical shortages by providing information -
of' units;' we collected last M, Carmichael ,William E.Cll- Tuesday. Applied Science ,and Technology on programs that
week," we have' decided to" can- brey, Genevieve M. Cochrane Pavey said, "I wish toexpressmy and the project's developer.. should be emphasized to reduce 'f
cel our donor days for this weekso Alfred God Inez, Shersin Cooper sincere thanks to everyoneat Federal government figures the time gcp between supply and '
as to insure proper utiliza- Noel D.CowanRoy T.Crowe, Naval Air Station, Jackson- indicate that industry will need demand for teachers.A .
tion of all blood and Insure the Wallace A. Crowser, John C. ville, for the outstanding support 650,000 new technicians by 1975, three-month summer Institute -
continued weekly quota to Viet Cureton, Marino .Dob rich,DonaldW. and assistance given.ttVolunteers to us during .an increase of about 6.4 percent for the first 25 participants -
nam." Gilliam, Harold Gross, this annual annually. These new technicians will begin June 16, said
MAD Marines giving blood are Elizabeth Harper, David N. from NAS Jax and will have to be tralnedTn'technical Ruehl. Accepted applicants will
listed below. Ranks and rates Hatch, Johann W.JaniszcakJohnT. other area Navy commands spent schools or junior colleges, receive stipends of $75 a week ,
have'been dropped for brevity. Karuso, Clinton Kinney, last Saturday unloading trucks at creating a tremendous demand plus $15 for each dependent.Tuition
Ammilllo Aitchison, Alan E. Sandra L. Landry, Stephen D. the Goodwill Industries ware- for additional teachers. will be waived and all fees
Anas, David A. Bradley, Wil- Lee, Franklin B. Lincoln, Ken- house on Lenox Ave. The trucks Interviews conducted with will be paid by the protect..
loaded with donations from
liam J. Conrad Daniel E. Fou- neth C. McGool, Thomas H. Me- were some of the nation's largest Industries -
homemakers which will be Summer work will include the
shee, Thomas L. Frierson, Joseph near, Charles L. Miller, JosephA. area indicated a real need and
used work for the of methodsof
Guastamachio, Kent A. Perez, Katherine M. Plew, to provide high enthusiasm for the project, psychology learning,
Halberstadt, Dewin II. Hilten- Roger L. Plummer and John M. handicapped at Goodwill. according to Ruehl. teaching, principles of voca-
Thousands of collectedthe
scouts tional education and curriculum
brandt, Jerome'R. MannTommy Protomastrok.Also "We feel that persons leaving
donations and loaded them a-
C. Mclntrye Michel J. Patterson James T. Quinn, DianeA. board trucks for military service and industry development.
Carl E. Ramsey, MichaelD. Robinson, James O. Rogers, the warehouse. transportationto generally between the ages of The project Is federally funded
Schaffer, Clifton M. Scott, Carol M. Schaff, William Sch- RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander 50 and 65 can make a major by a 960,000 grant under the
Andrew D. Sedlak, Robert S. neider, Dean W. Sherman, RudyE. Fleet Air Jacksonville, contribution in the field of edu- Education Professions Development -
Sims, Keith D. Willard, and Simon, Paul A.Smith,TimothyM. and general chairman for the cation," Ruehl said. "In many Act.Funher.
Danny L. Woolsey. Sweeney, Ronald L. Tarter, Good Turn visited cases, qualified Individuals slip
Day project
NATTC students and Instruc- Linda M. Ward,Dowlir>g R.Ware, Into retirement or assume jobs information on the
afternoonto
the warehouse
tors donating blood included Gregory Harry Wicks and James E.Ziegler. Saturday that are not challenging and be- program, can be obtained by
lend his the unload-
R. Burnham. Darrell T. support to nath their abilities. This Is contacting the station Project
Chapman Anthony J.Coscia,Nathaniel ing effort.ATTENTION wasted manpower." Transition Office, Ext. 2167.

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March 20. about to DC entertained by more
t4 Yd Jax:-- "Americana Fashions"was fashion show husbands and than the usual parade of fashions.
the theme for an evening of As members their places at the Following the welcome by Judy
fashion and comedy when the Naval guests took Restaurant, they Straub, club president,cochairman -
Air Station Chief Petty Of- Candlelight that they were of the show, Emma Taylor,
ficers Wives Qlb'oold their were unaware took over and commented on the
"looks" that could be seen eVerywhere -
:ii_ 'jiir from shopping centers to
I supermarkets. The "looks"
i'{( turned out to be over-dressed,
under-dressed, color clashing,
rollers-in-hair women.
1.. Through this, Mrs. Taylor
'J said, the club wished to stress
f ., .,...'.;";iit.. ,..,,>;,.;. Ii.c. Ii\.\. the importance of making people,
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',. A' fashion conscious.She said people
3 should be more aware of how they
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.N A1nANt9lgd M11iFir0til At 4wf b: A t c ,t yia'1. f 9 1 look and how they should look.
RELAX Even the.men got into the act A brave but willing Getting on with the show,a skit
chief petty officer volunteered to model the latest in casual entitled'Your look of the month or
male attire. is this your bag?"featured Wendy
Ward Pace Setters dancing in
their red, white and blue pace-
j yt setting outfits.
Members of the club took turns
in presenting apparel for "Dawnto
Dusk to Dinner" after which
the Pace Setters and daughters
e'R ib ft a and sons of club members gave
COOL YOUTH This young man took on the "groovy" attire the audience a view of attire for
of his "elders" and proved that knickers are ready o-u-t. fun, dates, leisure and at-home

Seems like the youngsters of today are not about to be left Continued
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HIGH FASHION? .- No,, just another skit. In the popular styleof
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P'geIO! JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER, March 27, 1969,



I Service Is The Motto Of The Navy Exchange


Jax -- With service as its goal into full bloom. for a special. gift for that special
and motto, the Navy Exchange With Easter only a few days person.
offers the basic necessities and away, last minute shoppers can Car-owners are reminded that
an assortment of other items and still find plenty of chocolate this is the time for an anti
services for personal comfort. bunnies and stuffed animals, as freeze/radiator flush and the
These items and services are well as the traditional Easter Navy Exchange service stationis
priced at the lowest practical baskets, at the exchange.The orfer1ng.s cial rates for that
vel necessary to meet require- days are getting longer purpose. ,
ments to support recreation pro- and the weather' warmer and the Personal Services offers freshcut i sRx o
grams on station. place to supplement a summer flowers, the beauty salon can
Many forget that the Navy Exchange wardrobe is the Navy Exchange. give mom a new hairdo, and the
is operated with non- Swim trunks, slacks, jackets and portrait studio can offer a keep- .
appropriated funds and all pro- other sportswear are being fea- sake. All these are with stepsof
fits are used to support the tured in the men's wear depart each other at the new Navy
recreation programs mentioned ment. Women's wear offers "la- Exchange Mall. ;
above. dies choice" in bathing suits of How about Easter dinner at the W I ,
,Service is, and always has the latest styles. Candlelight Restaurant? Call now 1 f
been, the key word In the opera- Spring cleaning doesn't have to for reservations.'
tion of the Navy Exchange, from be a drag. Not if you have the
the low prices to the convenient proper equipment. Paint-up;
hours of their facilities. clean-up; fix-up with equipment
Highlighting the month of Aprilat from the exchange hardware department Cdr Harns (r) relieves Cdr Clarke
the Navy Exchange is National and make this chore as
Garden Week (April 20-26)). The productive and effortless'as pos-
exchange will feature a wide selection sible. v V Al06GladiatorsGainNewSkipperThisMonth
of garden tools, bulbs, Mother's Day is not far off v
plants and other paraphernalianeeded and the exchange has hosiery, o 04
to get spring gardening jewelry, handbags and cosmetics 0

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AllOt gained a new skipper. Commander and saw action in North Vitnam
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..1 x.l1f.... NEW & USED FURNITURE : : : NEW & USED TV SETS :tJ:"{:*f $ e a Naval Aviation Cadet in He presently resides with his
@1.l NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ;tm 1951 and was commissioned in wife the former Miss Patricia
mt : NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Sftifo: : 1953. He served with Fighter Donnelly of Sault St. Marie,
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::.t.;:.::::..; Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms .:.:.:.:.:.:..k.}...:..:.. ACRES Miramar and aboard the USS Tom ((15)), Barbie ((13)), Mark
:::*:=s. :: Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 P.m. Come In & Browse .........:..; 9359 103rd Street PHILIPPINE SEA (CVA047)) fora ((12)), and Mar Jo ((9)) in Orange
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5326 W SeiMtt it 103rd 771-0750 most modern mobile home year tour in both the Basic and

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your Inspection. Large 44 x (BTU-IN and ATU-206)) in Pens-
75' lots. cola, Harps received a Bachelorof
ONLY $35 PER MO. Science degree from the Uni-

Swimming pool, tennis court, versity of Michigan in 1959
STOP money worries shuffleboard court, 0 B Q through the Navy's Five Term
pit picnic built for your en- Program.
joyment. Act Today! Call: From 1959 to 1963 he served
EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr. with Attack Squadron 94 and Car-

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$138 Mo. Offering JEANNETTE

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..quiet, rustic SHORT FORM $3 a

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of Finance Plan Inc.Money REE-golf: at private PHONES 77M865
; City .. country club 771-5953
Club abed swimming pool 3823 Blandinz Blvd. ..
with Cabanas, pool.Id* ACROSS: FROM f
worries crop up in just about,every family's budget phone. and children's CEDAR HILLS THEATRE
from time to time. End money worries with a cash swimming pool .
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loan from City Finance. Service and civilian personnel Front and rear entrances 'Ill! IN ORANGE PARK GUESS WHO Miss Jack
e Wall to Wall Carpeting 671 Klngsley Ave. Ray of 20th Century Fox displays
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Central Heat and Air Condi HONE. 2645656 charms like this in "In
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does business. Get"your' budget in balance again with tionlng. Dishwasher. ",) Like Flint" her latest movie.
the hand of Dlspoaal range and oven by
helping City Finance. Phone ahead and have Qb K.
the money ready for you at your nearest City Finance Plenty. of closetswith dressIng -
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I Movie 'Schedule ,

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at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular : >,',- t\" _"'v."". ..,," < .,. "' v "
feature at 2 p.m. Sunday
and holidays. Publishing Company/ 1950 Blending Blvd Jacksonville,
The Hospital Theater willhave later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
deadline will be published the following' week unless the
.one nightly feature at 7 p.m. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Cecil Field will
have two nightly the ad.
shows during the week at 5:30

and 8p.m. Matinees will be shownon De Net Solid Cask .
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.


Audience Ratings;: M-Mature A-Adults; G-General Youth; S- ( ((3 liies). . . : e '., ,. .$2.00

:perior; -Excellent; VG-Very COMMISSIONER"m" (0,

Good Available.; F-Fair;' CNA-Class Not I : ((4 words per 11.1)). . a 0.50


Thursday, March 27

NAS: "KHARTOUM" starring SERVICE WIVES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK-
Qiarlton Heston and Lawrence Needed to Work 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS. Clean
Olivier. Color Adventure. G/E 10 to 5 Weekdays modern trailers & Apts. 389-

((135 mins.) ( ,$2.10 per Hour. 3007.

HOSPITAL: "SHALAKO"starring ) 387-1991 -. Mrs. Sanders. VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS

Sean Connery and Brigitte WELDING! 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
Bardot. Color Western. A-M/G Job too large or small.Trail down as low as $65 month. Call'*'

((113 mins.) ornamental. iron work, fuel us for up to date lists that will
,CECIL FIELD: "COOGAN'S stands. Westside Custom be mailed without obligation.
BLUFF" starring Clint East- Corner Lane & Lenox. VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.
wood, Lee J. Cobb and Susan 2428 after 4:30. 7819482. SINGER
Clark. Color Melodrama. A/VG
((93 mins.) BRAND NEW GOLDEN SEW
1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma- Makes buttonholes, fancy patterns -
Friday, March 28 OPEN SUNDAY chine, Left in Layaway Balance blind hems. Bal. $41.

NAS: "SAILOR BEWARE" $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. cash or $7 mo.

starring Dean Martin and Jerry 6437 Wilson Blvd., Phone 771- 6437 Wilson Blvd. .,
8211. with obligation. Phone 771 8211
Lewis. Color Comedy. G/VG Delivery no .
Delivery with obligation.
((105 mins.) no
FLY JETS TO EUROPE
HOSPITAL: KHARTOUM" $125.00 DIAL TOM CAVINESS!
CECIL FIELD: "ANGELS If you would like to become a
100% Travel
GUARANTEE Military Service, Inc.
FROM, HELL" Tom
starring P.O. Box -Cookstown, NJ. Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An-
Stern and Arlene Martel. Color We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In. Phone ((609)) 723-1313 nouncer. A recorded message by
Cycle Drama. A/G ((85 mins.) apectlon. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything Available for Military Personnel Tom Caviness tells you how..
Saturday, ,March 29 that needed It. And guaranteedthem 100% for'the repair or and their DependentsOnly. Ph. 355-4834.
replacement of all major mechanical
parta0 for 30 days or 1000
NAS: THE HIGH COMMIS- miles. Come on In and double check. 3 SINGERS $15
SIONER", ,starring Rod Taylor Pro-Rated Cost of Charter Sewing Machines, $15 each. Leftin
and Christopher Plummer.Color ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE warehouse, good condition,
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE
Spy Adventure. A M/G ((93. SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR RENT OR FOR SALE fully equipped, does everything,

mins.) 68 MERCURY Cougar $29OO Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& complete with attachments.
HOSPITAL: "SAILOR BEWARE" FHA resales. $100 down. Call Yours for storage charge only.
2 Dr. HT V-8,.AT, PS, Fact. ,Air. Red Black Vinyl Top $15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will
', Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264-
CECIIAFIELD: "SHALAKO" 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- deliver no obligation. 1606
M MERCURY
CyclMM $
aaooo tary-Free Notary. Main Street.
-' Sat!day Matinee ',+ QT,,F fttbsck..v-8: \.T. Air c md. Pa Coral* ', w I WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
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NASFLAMING FRONTIER <41 r OUSE FOR SALE BY'OWNERExcel NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of '
BU $2SOO
ICK
*' starring Stewart Granger Skylark condition, 4 Br., 2 B.Central Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn..
and Pierre Brice. Color Out- 2 Dr. HT Fact. Air Cond. V-8 PS, AT, Blue A/C & Heat. Redwood fence. Apts. Newly painted,' 2 Br., LR,

door Drama. Also "CAPTAIN 68 PONTIAC I Tamp.*t $2SOO Rolling Hills area '781-3680any- Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking
# time. Water & Includ.
VIDEO", Chapter 9. ((93 Sewage Garbage
mins.) Custom (Tj 2 Dr. HT, V-8. AT PS, Fact.'Air, "'lnyl.Top' Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call

Sunday 68 CHEVROLET $2.50 IN CLAY COUNTY 387-2541, nites or weekends call
March 30 Impala 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved 3890744.

NAS: "CAMELOT" starring 2 Dr. HT. ,Fact. Air Cond., V-8. AT, PS White and graded road frontage $1450
ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
68 FORD Galaxk 500 $2C50 282-5272 per lot &- Home up, terms.282-5224.Off. Ph. Your Pans & Service Center

4 Dr. HT V-8, AT, PS, Fact. Air Blue, Blue Vinyl Top PERFORMANCE CARS, INC.
STEREO CONSOLE 2144 Blanding Blvd. 388-0428.
(HIaEO 1 Ct FORD Galaxte 500 $2550 Fully automatic Stereo Console

4 Dr. HT,'Fact. Air Cond., V-8.. AT PS, Red. Record Player. W/Radio comb., '64 HONDA

Bal. $61 or pay $8 monthly. Will 250 Scrambler $250.Golf Clubs
_t MUSTANG Fastback $2500 deliver. No obligation. Ph. 353- & Bag, $40. 289-2191.
(
) 2+2 V8,9peed,Radio A Heater,-Po attraction Rear End 1946 ANYTIME, 1606 Main St.

M CHEVROLET Impala' $2200. IN CLAY COUNTY NEW IN BUSINESSWe

12 Dr.. HT. Radio & Heater,.W/S/W Turquoise. Big Branch Rd.,' 5. Acres 10 need customers. We finance
We take In trade.
anyone. anything
17 DODGE, Dart $1700 acres & larger. Terms. Ph. Tom's Auto Sales, 5829 Blandlng
282-5272 or 2825224.
('1)r. Sedan Air Condo, PS, AT Blue At White I Blvd. 7728988.
!I.I03rd I. I' 12' x 56' TRAILER
Jiosi 66 FORD ttalaxla 500 $1<00 !:and Corner Lot with 12' x 22' A "SPOT" FOR YOU

4 Dr.. HT. Fact. Air Cond. V8 AT, ps. 11 te Utility room. Will sell separate To selected, highly capable Officers -
: Phone 7713990. and Senior Petty Officers

66 ,PONTIAC, Tempest $1500STATION HOUSE FOR SALE leaving the service, a leading
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WAGON OHC.6, AT. Radio & Heater, Bronze nationwide firm offers a positionwith
& Blanding Center Selling below ,F.H.A. Appraisal. an Income that need never
DODGE C.m.t$1450 $450. Dn., no closing. Air condo stop climbing. A Job you'll like
3 bedr., 2 c. garage Cedar
7717970PHONE 4 Dr., Sedan V-8, A.T. P.S. White fence, $113.75 mo. Owner 919 in a choice of locations.Company
orientation to speed
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sponsored
AHEAD Granville Rd. nr Normandy & transition. Write to, P.O.
66 FORD Mustang $1400 Lane. your
FOR FASTER SERVICE! Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809
rh. Automatic ,
2 HT. A Trans. White
LAKE LOTS Attn Eastern Area Manager.

<4 MALIBU .Super Sp.rt $1200 lots Tired for of giant looking prices at ?tiny Now lake-see < 66 TRIUMPH TR4A CONV.:> .' .

2 Dr.. HT. V- a, AT PS, Red
4 stick
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spd new new
2 1/2 acres of pecan grove on top
8uanCllas lovely Santa Fe Lake for only paint:, good tires, $1250. Mr.;
(c'z .7 VW SMlan $14.Radlo $8500. Near U. of Fla., ideal Madison 2431 or K. Arnold 2811.

& H.at.r, Whit retirement. Terms. Call 387-
FURY HI
1968 PLYMOUTH

) i/ 63 BUICK Rlvtera! i2SO 7379 after 6 p.m.AUTOMOBILES. FURNISHED.East HT Convertible room fume 2, $3,000.Also BR fullof furniture living --

2 Dr.. HT Loaded fillrerTHE & West Coast. 353-3691. and rugs. Can be seen at
Saps Juan at Hl61lclcPlten. Lane off Blandlng
BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! L I 1967 PORSCHE 911 COUPE 362 Uranus
384 4406 ...WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE ANYWHERE! AM/FM Lucas 300,000 candle Blvd. Orange Park Meadow J

power driving lights, Pirelli Radials .Brook 'Terrace area. J
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms" aligned & balanced -,
Garden Type Apartments, WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN 'Eng. like new. Brumo's Porsche AIR CONDITIONED
with Country Club CONVERTIBLE '65 Chevrolet
performed all maintenance, records -
Atmosphere G-E avail. $4,000 (Blue Book Impala. New vinyl top, 40,000
Kitchens Refrigerators retail $4255 wholesale $3705)) one-owner miles A/T. P/S. _
&
Ranges R&H. Priced for quick sale! Call
.'Individual' Air' Conditioning INC. Getting married entering med.
and Heating by G..EeDrGpes school. 772-2883 to 1500, 388- 387-2811, 8 to 5 or 38'71'750nites

furnishedWall Wall Carpeting and 115 IMM Ave., S7e ,bM 711-5511 6610 after 1600."Lt. Remington. and weekends.

Large to Swimming/ Pool 0,.... Daily t* SK Saturday 8 (. 5 Sunrfoy 1 t. f P LIVE EASTER BUNNIES UNUSUAL FURN.r: {

White, $2.00 each, call 771-0103. Antique, Brlc-a-Brac. 2642105.


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I Jax -- (Editor's Note: This is one in a series of Navy Relief
Society articles to help local Navymen and Marines become better
informed about the services and assistance available through their
local Navy Relief Society.)
"FROM NAS JACKSONVILLETO
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1. YOUR WIFE HAS REQUESTED $250.00 ASSISTANCE FROMNAVY _;; -" r, g..A v d '
RELIEF FOR BASIC MAINTENANCE. SHE RECEIVED $50.00 .. 4 .) < u. ,, 0 FROM YOU TODAY BUT ADDITIONAL FUNDS ESSENTIAL. o M- d
2. DO YOU AUTHORIZE THIS ASSISTANCE? REPAYMENT WILL > ..
BE DEFERRED UNTIL YOUR ADVANCE IN PAY IS LIQUIDATED." :: ,j. >;' l' >, ,,,p, 0"'!i .'
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many that deployed servicemen would continue until the advancein t'L.< '" .,,' ";1. "! .p.o,. J. b
receive. What is the storybehind pay was liquidated the end of .1 r
this particular message? June. Since the financial prob- ooWd .. 9
First the reason for the mes- lems would exist until July Navy
sage is that a serviceman is Relief advised the wife to make
the one responsible for the welfare only partial payments to the loan
I of his family. When a dependent companies concerned. This assured -
requests assistance from sufficient funds for rent
Navy Relief the serviceman if food clothing and utility bills.
at all possible must give his The immediate needs were
approval before assistance is computed as $250 in excessof
,granted.In what the wife had and the
this case the wife had cometo message was sent to the husband.
the Navy Relief office requesting Within 24 hours the reply was
assistance for bills and received "Request assist wife." NAVAL PAINTINGS This water color painting, a squadron hangar scene from YAP 62 NAS
food. The family had moved here so the necessary funds were advanced Jacksonville, will be among those paintings displayed at Regency Square this week during
from the West Coast less than a as an interest free loan. "Operation Palleta."
week before and the husband had
deployed immediately after 'arrival Quarterly Aid
Aft
here. He had collected his This past quarter the Jacksonville -- Regency D'sp'aysNavy'sBesf
travel pay but because of a tie- Auxiliary of the Navy
up in pay records, had not yet Relief Society has provided gra- "Operation Pallette", a traveling a graphic portrayal of the Navy's sponsorship of U.S. Naval and:!
been able to collect travel for his tuities amounting to $10,394 and exhibit of original paint- role in war on the seas on the Marine Corps Reserve Training
dependents or receive his dislocations 157 loans amouting to $13,116.COUPON ings and on-the-scene drawingsby beaches and in the air. Many Center this exhibition represents -
allowance.He official U.S. Navy combat paintings in the group have become 120 of the outstanding
had registered an allotment artist, will be on exhibition to familiar to the public works of combat artists who are
of $300 to his wife, effective the public without charge in Jacksonville through reproduction in Life nationally known painters in private -
the first of the following at Regency Square Time The National Georgraphic life. A special mobile unit
month. The wife would not receive through tomorrow. Colliers and such books as "The w.bring Operation Palette
I the first check until the first Widely acclaimed InNew York, Navy at War" and "Victory at here. This exhibit has been
I of the month following that. The London and other large cities Sea". shown throughout the United
wife stated the advance paywas where they have been shown Brought to Jacksonville by the States. ,and has been seen by
used to pay off a finance company these eye-witness records are Navy Department, under the local more than 50 million persons.
loan on their car, travel expenses Carefully selected from the-
( and deposits on the house 0Mtfl million-dollar: Navy art collection .
f and utilities here. these works depict highlights
y, The wife had$15 In cash as well r d w a a 30 mw of the ocean wars on can-
as the check for $50 which she z r yak vases painted at "NorniafodyY Iwo'

had just received from her hus- Jima the Philippine.Sea..., !!Mid i .
band. She owed rent car .pay way and Okinawa, to name a few
ment loan companies and required of many places. One of the
money, for whole month watercolors in the collection to
! until the first allotment was re- '7l' .. be shown at Regency Square is
ceived. k; an interior Hanger Scene at NAS
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( A review of the budget showed' ts tcf! 1111NG fN B AGIf" Jacksonville. Another shows the
I a deficit of $50 a month which carrier F.D.R. enroute to May-

f t __ __ port.
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in experimental techni-
| Spri time is I ques or abstractions, nor have
I rKY qFr i7o they viewed war from a distance.
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'ff,vr Rats'



I Hold Reunion First : LI2 /r 1111z



u The first official reunion of __z 1

the Red River Valley Fighter
1.kA Pilots Association, known as
the "River Rats," will be held
at the Hotel Lassen in Wichita,
Kansas,.April 2527.Membership .
in the organization
is open to all aircrew-
members of the Air Force, Navy
and Marine Corps who flew at
least one combat mission in
Package VI, the area around
E I Hanoi, north of the Red River ____1 ft
e Valley. Eligibility extends from
the start of the bombing in
North Vietnam In 1965 until hos-
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tilities cease.
Crew members who were shot
down over North Vietnam became -
prisioners of war will automatically R
FUTURE SAILORS Lt. (jg) D. C. Smith, VP 5 public become lifetime mem-
: affairs officer, explains the "Mae West" to the cubs in Scout bers and will be listed as suchon ,.
pack 26, Den 4, during a recent tour. the membership roll. Aircrew
members who were killed in
action over North Vietnam are
VPMad Foxes .Play listed in the "River Rats"Honor

Roll.Col.. Lawrence J. Pickett, for-
Host to Cub Scouts mer vice-commander of the 355th LIBRARY DONATION Mrs. Bud Barnes (I), NWCA Jax 86
Tactical Fighter Wing, and Col.
president, presents a check to NATTC librarian lona Nelson
Howard C. former deputy
Johnson
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for the purchase of new children's books.
Jax -- Cub 'Scout Pack 26, Den demonstration of the water sur- chief of Operations in the
4, with their den mother, was vival equipment, particulary the 388th TFW, have been workingto
recently hosted by the Patrol "Mae West" which"is worn by arrange the first official reunion -
Squadron Five Mad Foxes. After the aircrews who fly the Orion. and make the"River Rats"a Wires CM Hipptiiiftf
meeting with the Commanding After the tour, the scouts and bonafide organization.Plans .
Officer, Cdr. H.C. Abelein, their den mother departed witha for the reunion are to
the cub scouts were taken on a better knowledge of the P-3 arrive at McConnellAFBcnApril Jax -- NWCA Jax #86 hosteda with the presentation of colors
Orion and VP-5's role in today's 25 and depart around noon April St. Patricks Day luncheon by Cadet Girl Scout Troop #134.
tour.Lt.. (jg) D.C. Smith and Lt. modern Navy.i 27. At the reunion, the charter followed by a special business An Easter Egg Hunt for the
I (jg) G.R. Moore took the "future and membership will be accepted session March 18. During the members children will be held
I Navy pilots" through pans of the CNJ 'wQ) QlW..lfV+ ? lapel pins and cards furnished luncheon Jax #86, presented a Sunday at the NAS Skeet Club
+\' VP-5 hangar and on a complete (r )) and the membership and officers check to NATTC Head Librarian Range at 2 p.m.
; tour of one of the P-3 aircraft elected. Iona Nelson for the purchase of Tuesday, Mrs. Bud Barnes,
which are flown by the squadron. (; For reservations, Write to Col. new childrens books. The check club president, will appear on
Electrical power was appliedto Lawrence J. Pickett deputy for was presented by the club president Channel 4's Midday Report to
the display aircraft which allowed operations, 835th Air Division, Mrs. Bud Barnes. give a short talk on just what
r equipment and associated McConnell AFB, Kans. 67221; or The special business session the Navy Wives Club of America
t systems to be demonstrated as Col. Howard C. Johnson, deputyfor called after the luncheon was for means both in military and
they would perform in actualI' operations, 4780th Air Defense the purpose of discussing the formation civilian life.
flight. tf Wing, Perrin AFB, Tex. of a NWCA South Area On"April 2 at 7:30p.m., the
;,1' The ;'youngsters were given a 75090. Council. The purpose of the regular monthly business meetIng -
Savings Bonds and Freedom council will be to build friend- ( will be held. This'will be a
between clubs their notified business for the
Shares cannot be used collateral ship area meeting
,. because only the registeredowner members and to foster, spiritof purpose of nominating candidates
,\ unity. for national officers.
can redeem them--another -
\ safety feature of Bonds and Two clubs other than Jax 86 The March 18 Social Educa-
Shares.RODERIS. were present, Cecil Field #121 tional Program was presentedby
!i was represented by its PresidentMrs. Mrs. Josef, a Jacksonville .
"t I t Herbert Slate and Mayport hairstylist, who restyled three of
I #201 was represented by its Pre- the members hair. The three
t sident Mrs. Murray Dike. Each lucky ladies were Mrs. Joseph
club read its offical acceptanceon Muldoon, Mrs. Bill Howard, and
I '1, their part to become a mem- Mrs. Edgar Trittshuh.
ber of the newly formed council. After the program, Jax 86
.Y BOOKKEEPING Other NWCA clubs from north presented its Cadet Girl Scout .
Florida and south Georgia have Troop ,with a birthday cake in
.-' AND TAX SEIVKE also been invited honor of their birthday.'MOTORS.
: ,. c:: .' ..............1...... Special guests for to join.the luncheon '
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Fliers Need Players .iiflr intramural l


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April Opener Nears ..4a SportsJax


-- -All Intramural soft-
By JOSN Rick Kunz mer with neighbor Ing Navy,Army ball representatives who missed

and Air Force clubs as well as the' organizational meeting: yes-
Jax -- The Fliers softball local Jacksonville teams. Coach ffi terday morning are asked to get
team, or those with hopes of McCaffrey said, "I would'like to In touch with Athletic Director
making the team, worked out get started the 18th of April but Frank McCaffrey at the Athletic
Sunday afternoon at Mackroth I don't know If we'll be ready. Off Ice,Ext. 3239.Swimming .
Field but not much in the way of The Fliers open for sure on April

getting a team fielded for the 25 when they meet Moody AFB, Meet Plans
opening game was accomplished.Coach Valdosta, Ga. at NASJaxand then
Frank McCaffrey was play them again Saturday the
The Athletic Office has
announced -
somewhat disappointed with the 26th. Both games are under the
turn-out and feels that NAS Jax lights at Mackroth Field. an organizational meeting -

should be able to come up witha McCaffrey said he will have ., for this year's Intramural
swim meet Wednesday, April 9
better than average team if men In uniform but showing up
he can only the for at 9:30 a.m. The meeting will
get top men together Flier practice sessions Is
for a few workouts. Mc- almost Imperative In gaining a be In the WAS Jax gym
Caffrey commented that he wasn't starting position. Swimmers who compete In this
ecstatic with the thought of meet will be eligible to go to
opening Practice this week has been
the season In three weeks switched to Saturday morning at bigger things In July when the
East Coast Open Swim Championship -
when only 10 people or so" 9:30 at Mackroth Field and per-
will be held In Norfolk Va.,
showed for
up practice. sonnel from all commands are
The Fliers play between 40 invited out as all positions are July 31-Aug. 2. The events Include .
: 50 meter freestyle, back-
and 50 games during the sum- wide open.
stroke, and breastroke; 100
- .
meter freestyle, 150 meter Individual -
I Cage Playoffs TipoffJax medley;50 meterbutter-

a fly; 200 meter freestyle, Individual -
," medley and relays;400 meter -
-- The top four teams Only one game on tab Monday, ;*' freestyle; and three meter
from each league In the Jax Tuesday, and Wednesday of next fancy diving. The exact date of

intramural basketball league week; all tipping off at 4 p.m.If the NAS meet will be announced
opened play yesterday In the needed the tournament will sa later.

double elimination tournament.No extend to Thursday for the championship Tennis NewsA

scores were available as at 4 p.m. All games STRETCH-Medical and VW-4 battled It out Tuesday night for
the Jax Air News went to press. will be in the NAS Jax gym. couple of squadrons have
the last remaining berth in the intramural basketball playoffs
Today's second round action responded to the plea for tennis
tips off at 4 p.m. followed by Final Standings and the Medical boys poured it on coasting to an easy 86-54 players but there still is a need

games at 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30. victory for more teams before a leaguecan

Friday's schedule will have two AMERICAN LEAGUE get started. NAS Jax wantsto

teams eliminated and games will Admin 12-2 Get in ShapeTrackMen! be represented in the district -
go at 4:30, 6:00, and 7:30 p.m. Comm 11-3 matches at Pensacola In
July but this will only be
Geir Ficeur 10-4 Jax -- Advance notice Is being high jump and 12 feet In the pole sible if pos-
C.II'
a start-
A/C Malm. 8-6 put out for all track and field vault. These records are within program gets
ed courts. Individuals
on our
FltWeaFac 6-8 the East Coast reach of being broken this
participants on easy
for who feel they could hold their
Set Svmmer Hospital 3-9 Track & Field Meet to be heldin year and all former high school
own In match play but cannot
Faetu 3-11 Norfolk\ Va., June 9-13. and college cinder men are urgedto get on an Intramural team should
VP-5 1-12 Now Is the time working get out and go for It.
Jax -- Special Services have to begin contact the Athletic Office.
announced their policy for I i out in your particular event
NATIONAL LEAGUE ,
camper'rentals for 1969. and in order to qualify for the -
Reservations for camper trail' NARTU v,":-., 16-1 East Coast meet aspirants must 1
-VAP-62 "' w' :i' 15-2- i
ers can be made two weeks in '1. : take part In'the Jacksonville-
679th 9-7
advance. by active duty personnel Medical 9-8 Intramural meet. INCOME TAX"L
only. Due to the limited num- VW-4 8-9 The Jax meet was originally
ber of trailers they can only be ComFairJax 6-10 scheduled for April 1 but now ,-

rented for 15 days at $2 per Air Ops 5-11 will be moved back to a later GUARANTEE .

day. A deposit must be madeat Martd 4-12 date, possibly delayed as longas Accurate preparation of your tax return
reservation date and refunds Marine Bks. 2-14 three weeks. This will allow I It 9uarantced. If you are chcrgtd I ,pen- $
will be returned on unused time. more teams to enter the city! or interest due to our error, we will j w- I
field. pay the penalty or Interest. > t Ur I
The U.S. Naval Support WEEKDAYS 9 AM to 9 PM I

Force Antarctica the Navy's Tills year, as In the past, the SATURDAY 9 AM to 5 PM
command for
logistic support Jax meet will have ten events
4 United States science programsin Including the 100, 220, 440, 880 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

the Antarctic was estab- and one mile runs, relays, shot
lished Feb. 1. 1955. It has always CITY-WIDE TAX SERVICE
been commanded by a put, high jump,long jump and pole
few of the records
vault. A are
rear admiral. The present com- 1949 HANDING 1LVD.. ,(Nelr San Juan)
x mander is Rear Admiral J. L. 9:08 for the 100-yd. dash, 5:18.4in 314-15M
Abbot. Jr. the one mile, six feet In the


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JOSN Brent Kallestad
League

Whenever newspaper deadlines begin to approach, many writers Chokers 000
find themselves searching for something interesting to jot into their Sky Warriors 800
next story or column; whatever it may be. Marine Bks. 792Mand
With so many events climaxing last weekend; Sebring's 12-hour #1 750
Endurance Grand Prix, the Greater Jacksonville Open, and a specta- Weapons 700
cular air show at Ocalaitbecameanarduous chore to find good copy. "

After rifling through pages of 434 Atlantic League
the Sporting News,-Sprts Illustrated the conclusion that sports of a j) '
Sport, Ski, Golf -- local or national Interest are Gator Airlines 667
and it -- I came to at a low ebb during this time of 12345 1 Uncles 665
name 3
you ,8 7 8 9 10 1! 12
the 13 14 15 ie 17 18 19 p" ,.:,. Pin Benders 650
,. .,," -, ,." ,, ', '. {.. .' ,' ,,'" ..' year.Here Comes SummerIf 20 21 22 23 24 25 2C White Hats 625
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.twopieces--are becoming more Mad Foxes 750
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Last weekend provided a major Strikers 667
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This event relaxes men's
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their imaginations again until the Outcasts 700
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chilly autumn season returns to ( ) 625
force the gals to button upl! BLONDE BEAUTY April's beautiful calendar girl Is Donna RATTCC#17 625
The bird-dogging single man Reading. She portrays a tavern wench in American International's Otto's Gorillas 600
can also "rev up" a bit for Day- The Conqueror Worm."
tona's Easter Egg Hunt --, reputedly -
succeeding Ft. Lauder- 15-13, 16-14 to remain on top
dale as- the mecca of spring in the five team field. The 69
-- when the college co-eds championships have Pensacola,
sports
oooooh West, Memphis, Cecil and Are So
take their spring break-- Key Why Many
whatta sport Jax entered vying for a berth in
Well beachcombers, surfers the regional also played at Cecil.
and "girlwatchers" -- see ya at The Jax team is comprised of
the beaches soon . . John Martel, John De Fiore, Cars Sold In
Willis Armstrong, Melvin Wurs-
ter, William Bower Richard 4
NEW CONTRACT -- Coach
Sal Molle of the VP 16 Jix VoHtyMI Hawse Raymond PickensJimmy
Fulkerson, and Robert Nardell.
Eagles inked a new six year Green Cove Springs?
pact a few months after Tom Victerteis --..OFFICIAL._...."...111111 STATE.N. ,

leading his football team to
grid honors in COMFAIRJAXand VEHICLE INSPECTION Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold
.. -<11_ ilfll......_ JU. in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
East Coast competition. The NAS Jax Volleyball team
ADJ I Molle flies as flight opened the Sixth Naval District RED GREENE'S modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
of this size? For instance in what other town of less than
'engineer with Cdr. R. H. Volleyball Championship Mondayat
offered of
3.000 population will you find complete s.
Cecil Field by pounding GARAGEFour
t Schulze, XO of VP 16. '
Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles and all other major American auto
.
15-1 15-11 In their '
4; when 'he's ,not engineeringa Memphis Miles South oNAS manufacturers? *
pigskin triumph. first encounter.Key Later West that 15-10 day, HIGHWAY 17 Since auto tags went on,,sale May 1, there have been sold

they 15-7,stomped to go into'Tuesday's second NEED YOUR CARINSPECTED in Clay county 13,858 tags. Mr. Geiger,' Clay county'tax
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Tuesday's action Jax again '
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