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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1969
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IN MEMORIAM .



Dwight D. Eisenhower19901969
b considered M o I fI.c 111 I txpnnlon M any
not to
bj tile Hull PublllhlCoInpIll.J..s pniu firm.Opinion expressed by tile publlsh and when hmln w thtlr: eon In4 .
nuiuor d"PartIft.-Th tppmnnc of dnrtlMflunU! In thin publication doe"not eomUtut ta endorsement of sill military dop"ent tat product or trvlc *Id.ertaecLVOL. !
27 NO. 1 U. $. NAVAL AIR STAr/OW./ JAOCJOMV/Ue./ M.OR/DA APRIL 3. 1969
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I: Soldiers Decorated PosthumouslyAt ? 3.




Training Center CeremonyBy

..__ 4 .

Medals, and the Purple Heart valorous actions were credited
Phyllis HarkinsJax and Good Conduct for her son who with breaking the enemy defenses -

-- Two former Florida was killed in Vietnam last Nov. allowing the. remainder of his

residents were decorated posthumously 24. He was Sgt. Larry M. Car platoon to overrun the hostile '
position. At the time he was an tneaww
Friday during cere-
monies at the Naval Air Tech- roll.Sgt.. Bullock received the Silver armored vehicle commander with .
Star for his actions the day the 1st Cavalry. He receivedthe 't'L .
nical Center's
Training person- 4. .
Bronze Star because he is-
nel inspection and review. before his death when he organized -
himself by outstandingly -
R.P. Kline NATTCcom- a scout section to assist tinguished
Capt ,
servicein
manding officer, presented both a defenseless helicopter meritorious i : "
connection with military ::
the Silver Star and Bronze Star crew. The crew had been shot
Medals to Mrs. Joan H. Fraser, down in a heavily wooded area operations against a hostile forceIn _
Leon D. Bullock, and> was under an intense hail of the Republic of Vietnam.
whose son Sgt.
Bullock served in Viet-
automatic fire. Sgt.
died from wounds last Sept. 15. enemy weapons
Mrs. Fraser lives in Jackson- Although his vehicle was hit nam from February 1968 until
many times by the hostile fire his death.

ville.Mrs.. Violet N. Coe of White- Sergeant Bullock continued his Solves ProblemsThe Srv

house. Fla., received a Bronze assault on the enemy position until citation accompanying Sgt.
Star and Army Commendation he was mortally wounded. His Carrol's Bronze Star read: '

"Through his untiring effortsand
t
professional ability, he con- .
sistently obtained outstanding re- ?

L r sults. He was quick to grasp
; the implications of new problemswith
which he was faced as a

result of the ever changing situations .
# inherent in a counterin- a
4r ? surgency operations and to find

r ways and means to solve these
w b problems ."
s;
.YM The sergeant received the t th tr1
OM' : for 3a
Commendation Medal
<
Y'e heroism on July 15 of last year,
while serving as a team leader

t'. with the 60th Infantry. He was
on a reconnaissance-in-force

; AF a,. r mission when his unit became
eNxy tree pinned down in an open rice paddy .5 ''SY
';''i" -A tT h' .4 t by intense hostile fire. Sergeant )u t {

twe Carroll. biascreditedwithsour-: ter d*. a ,
,
ageously .crawling tHrough the' +
pi fusillade to within 25 meters of q; i o 51M1 ri '
the-Viet Cong positions." After

surpressing the enemy fire he UNITED 'STATES ARRIVING -- President Dwight D.

HER SON A HERO -- Mrs. Joan H. Fraser receives Silver. moved back across the open area Eisenhower, flanked by Navy aides and, Secretary of

Star and Bronze Star from Captain Kline during NATTC cere to help consolidate the platoonfor State John Foster Dulles, upon his:.arrival: 1 to tour the

mony Friday. Mr. Fraser is at left. further action. aircraft carrier USS Saratoga at Mayport in 1957.



Medal of Honor Winner ReportsFor Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United

States and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces

from 1952 to 1960, was laid to rest yesterday in his

Recruiting Duty with NARTUJax boyhood town, Abilene, Kan.

Thus ended a long and colorful career of the '78yearold -

USS Jouett (DLG- of the who graduated from West Pointin
-- Lt. Clyde E. Lassen, siles coming at us all the wayto another ship, General Army
first Navy helicopter pilot to earn the rescue. site," the lieu- 29). 1915 and commanded the mightiest forces in Europe
16 1969 Lt. Lassei
On ,
Jan. ,
the Medal of Honor in Vietnam, tenant.said.The of Honor... during World War II.
has been assigned recruiting helicopter was one of a was awarded the Medal made the Death, ended a long and valiant battle "Ike" waged
Johnson pre-
duties at the Naval Air Reserve few UH-2 Seasprites especially President ceremonies against illness dating back to his first, heart attack in,
M60 sentation in special
Training Unit (NARTU) here. equipped with armor and .at the White House, in the pres- 1955 during his first term as President. He had been in
,During his tour of duty at Jack machine guns to.protect person- Center almost a with a
year
F-4 crewmen Medical
will be nel and vital sections of the air- ence of the two Walter Reed Army
sonville, Lt. Lassen can-inform craft. "It's good to be back home," string of four heart attacks, surgery and pneumonia in
to
vassing students Florida's of colleges the various In their approach, all that Lt. Lt. Lassen said after arriving February, and congestive heart failure in March. Mrs.

aviation officer programs: avail- Lassen and his crewmen could here.II I'm really looking Eisenhower and the former President't immediate family
wa's "the burning plane forward to my next assignment. when he died.
able in the Naval Air Reserve.A see ir were nearby
of He is scheduled to report
Lt. wreckage and muzzle flashes Eisenhower's passing was
native of Venice, Fla., Squadron One The announcement said
Lassen comes to NARTU from a enemy maching guns. May to Training instructor. The squadron "peaceful and he experienced no distress."

three year tour of duty with The survivors wooded were hillside.located Lt.on as flight is based at Naval Air Station Gen. Eisenhower was buried in his World War II uni-
Combat Support a steep,
Helicopter in clearing at Pensacola.. form Including the famed "Eisenhower jacket" bearing
landed a
Squadron Seven (HC ') dur- Lassen Service Medal -
but they three medals the Army Distinguished
hill ,
ing which he flew numerous rescue the base of the only
missions into Vietnam and could not get to the clearing with three oak, leaf clusters, the Navy DistinguishedService

earned America's highest honor because of dense undergrowth.When Medal and the Legion of Merit.
for valor. that failed, he hoveredthe

The award winning rescue, was aircraft between treetops,using Florida has always been home' Upon graduation, he was trans
flares
made on the night of June 18, light from illumination : for the lieutenant.. He was bornin ferred to Training Squadron Two,
1968. Lt. Lassen had charge of being dropped by escort aircraft. Fort Myers on March 14, based at Naval Air Station Whi-
HC 7's Combat Rescue Detach- The flares burned out and the 1942. In 1943, he and his family ting Field, Milton Fla. While
ment 104, based aboard the destroyer helicopter ,hit a tree, dropping moved to Venice where they lived stationed there, he attended Pen-
USS Prebble (DLG 15) dangerously low. until 1953. After graduating from sacola Junior College and was
Minutes after mignlght. the Lt. Lassen righted the aircraftand Venice High School, Lt.: Lassen accepted for the Naval Aviation
ship's radio announced that Com- made another hover attempt Yc tiY earned his license as a ceramictile Cadet Program in May, 1964.
munist gunners had downed a which failed. contractor and worked at Lt. Lassen received his aviator's
Navy F-4 jet fighter. Its two- "The only way to get" the lieu-sur- Englewood until he enlisted in wings and commission aS'ensign
man crew was stranded inenemy vivors was to land, the the Navy in September, 1961. after 18 months flights trainingat
of the 19th tenant said. The helicopter was then -
territory just south After recruit training at Na- Pensacola. He was assigned
badly hit and Its fuel runninglow. duties in Helicopter -
parallel.The val Training Center, San Diego, pilot
award citation said that He switched on the landing Lt. Lassen .was transferred to Combat Support SquadronOne
Lt. Lassen piloted the helicopter lights -- revealing his positionto Naval Air Station Miramar, located which was later redesignated -
through pitch darkness. over unknown the enemy -- and made the nearby. He attended San HCAlthough the squadron -

terrain, and made three landing. City College during off- was based at Naval Air
After the survivors were a- Diego Field,
Ream
rescue attempts under heavy enemy hours and later was assigned Auxiliary Station
fire before rescuing the two board, Lt. Lassen had to fly duty navigation studies in the Avia- Imperial' Beach, Calif., it had
survivors. through even more flak and missiles tion; Electronics Technician, numerous detachments operating
I didn't expect to reach the coast. He
"We were lucky. School of Naval Air Technical
to come out alive, because managed to land, with only five Training Center, Memphis. (Continued on Page 2)PubU.hed )
.s.::.':l there was heavy fh VtF Fi'A--' minutes fuel remaining, aboard Lt. Lassen
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Home Via MARSIf 1v t-rte & t vTc .



you hear someone talking about "Mars", automatically your ROMAN CATHOLIC
eyes would shoot skyward searching for that faraway planet of the
Edwards
St. Chapel!
same name. But this time you would be wrong for the MARS of

which we speak is the Military Affiliate Radio System. SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.

MARS is a number of small radio transmitting and receiving DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9
stations that relay calls between service personnel stationed a.m.
Confessions will be held
throughout the world, and their loved ones in the United States. on
8:30 & 10:30
Sunday at :
a.m.
Once contact with an affiliated station in the states is made the instead of Saturday.U. .
call is then connected with a telephone center for final link to the

person being called. a xi S S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.

Under this system, personnel calling from Vietnam, Okinawa, Luke's Chapel

Japan or Europe don't have to pay for a long-distance call from SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.

these places, but reduced rates from the first relay point in the PROTESTANT WORSHIP

States. If a person calls a party in Missouri and his relay pointis SERVICES10:30 a.m.

San Antonio, Tex., then his long distance reduced rate is from. PROTESTANTAll

Texas to Missouri.
Saints' Chapel
MARS actually began during World War II, but it has been only

in recent years, in Vietnam, that they have realized the full valueof AIR FORCE RE-UP -- Lt. Col. Francis B. Murphy, com- SUNDAY
mander of the 679th Radar Squadron, recently administeredthe
-I- oath of reenlistment to Sgt. Peter N. Schott. Schott is a Church Bldg. #School9:00 722 a.m.

radar specialist with the squadron. His reenlistment for an
4\1 # Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
additional four years earned him a bonus of more than ,$5,400. Bldg. # 722

Divine Worship Service 10
a.m. Bldg. 'i$# 750

__ WHAT IS AN AMERICANHe Episcopal Communion 11:15

a.m.Small Chapel -'Bldg. #750

Junior Youth Fellowship-5.
is the fellow who yells for the government to balance the Bldg. # 722

O budget, then takes the last dime he has to make the down payment TUESDAY

( oQ on a car. Senior, Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
He whips the enemy, then gives him the shirt off his back. Bldg. # 750

He ,yells for speed laws that will stop fast driving, then won't WEDNESDAY.Navigator's
Bible Class 7
the especially morale factor military buy a car if it can't make 100 miles per hour.
system, as a among per p.m. Bldg. ;#; 722
sonnel. He knows the line-up of every baseball team in the Americanand THURSDAY
National and doesn't know half the words of
Leagues Choir Rehearsal 4p.m.
-
Most MA RS stations operating within military units are open 24 Junior
the "Star Spangled Banner." Bldg. # 750
hours a day. However, civilian amateur affiliates usually operate
He'll spend half a day looking for vitamin pills to make him Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
only four to six hours at a time, BO your relay station may not be
live longer, then drive 90 miles an hour on slick pavement to Bldg. # 722
the for call.
same every
make up for the lost time. Christian 'Science Service -
To give you an example of the tremendous job that MARS is 8 p.m.Bldg.. # 750'
do whateverhe
He ties up his dog, but lets his 16-year-old son
doing in Vietnam alone, a glance at their log book would show that .
wants. ---- ---
they are usually operating on at least five assigned frequencies and ,
He will work hard on a farm so he can move into town wherehe
will place an average of 1,000 calls a month from each station.
can make more money so he can move back to the farm. Hecouldn't I Traffic I
There is usually one or more stations available to most units in the
field. fight his way out of a paper bag, but spends 20 bucks I I
for ringside seats, and tells the professionals how to fight. We're
In order to, take a4vantage of the service offered by MARS a the country that has more food to eat than any other country in
person need only to go to the station nearest his unit and complete the world and more diets to keep us from eating. We're the j Violations {IThe
the form giving all the facts required to complete his
necessary most ambitious people-on earth, and we run from morning until
call. He is, then called, just prior to station-to-party'hookup. If following is a' report of
to earning with,
night trying keep our power up our yearning vehicle accidents and traf-
enough operators are available some stations will accept call-in motor
power. fic violations for the period
requests. We're supposed to be the most civilized Nation on earth, but March 18-24,
For complete information contact the MARS station nearest you. still can't deliver payrolls without an armored car. Number of Accidents

A call occasionally will shorten the separation time for you and But we're still pretty nice folks. Calling a person "A Real This week .. . . 3

your loved ones. (AFPS) American" is the best compliment you can pay him. Most of Total accidents this year through
March 24. . . 73.
the world is itching for what we have, but they'll never have it

The Promise of Easter until they start scratching for it as an individual. (By LCDB. Number March 1968 of accidents. . through. --.

N. D. Anderson) Total.number of days since last
....
By Lt. George Sheldon, CHC Editor's Note We're also the people whose moisten when injury in a motor vehicle acci-
: eyes dent . . . 151.
We all know the joy of Easter Morning when we celebrate Jesus' the Flag goes by in a parade-but' find a man Number of ViolationsThis

rising from the dead. Because of the resurrection, we find hope ,around who will admit it. week . . 48.
hope that we, too, may share with Jesus a rising to a new life with Speeding . . 15.
God. Because of the resurrection life takes on new meaning for Reckless Driving . 1.

us and our fears disappear in new hope. Medal of Honor WinnerContinued Going through stop sign 7.

Other violations . . 25.
Many of us want this new' life for ourselves, but we go on livingas
though the old life were what we really wanted. We want the joy
of Easter, but without the pain of the cross on Good Friday, there Is ( from Page I) When that deployment ended, Jm Chapels

no Easter. If we are to rise to newness of life, we, too, just exper- in Southeast Asia. Lt. Lassen was assigned the duties -

ience the pain of death. Lt. Lassen was first assigned of maintenance officer of Set Services
Detachment One, which deployed
The most painful death that each of us has to die, is the dying to to HC-7's Detachment Oneat aboard the USS MARS. During
self so that we may live for God. Our pride, our selfcenterednessmust Atsugi, Japan, am'then to the deployment, Lt. Lassen flew For EasterThe
die if we are to be alive toward God. If we can face this deathof Detachment Cubi Point, Republic supply missions in UH-46 Sea
self, then the promise of Easter willbecome a reality in our lives of the Philippines, as officerin Knight! helicopters.The air station's chapels have
now. If We will God will give us back our lives, more whole, more charge. This detachment then scheduled several services lead-
full and rich than before. deployed for one year aboard lieutenant's next duty assignment ing up to Easter Sunday.
the Seventh Fleet Flagship, USS was assistant officer- Tonight at 7:30 there will be
Remember The Cross comes before the empty tomb. Oklahoma City, which was op- in-charge of HC-7 Combat Res- Maunday (Holy) Thursday ser-
erating off the Vietnam ,coast. cue Der.. lent 108. He then vices and communion at the All
Lt. Lassen gained experience moved officer-in-charge of Saints' Chapel. Tomorrow at
flying the UH-2 Seasprite type the squauron's Combat Rescue noon there will be Good Friday
helicopter on special missionsfor Detachment 104 and performedthe services. Sunrise services have
JA.X: AIFt :N'EWsThe Adm. John J. Hyland, com- harrowing rescue which won .been scheduled for 6:15 a.m.
mander-in-chief Seventh Fleet. him the Medal of Honor. Sunday beside the lake behind

-. the chapel. There will also bea

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper regular Easter Sunday serviceat

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 10 a.m.
Scheduled for St. Edward's
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
confessions
Chapel today are
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX 'AIR from 4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. with

NEWS must be forwarded the Public Affairs Office, Box Mass at 5 p.m. Following the

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub Mass, the Adoration at the Altarof
lication. News Items are welcomed from all sources Tele- Repose will begin at 5:30 p.m.
phone 772 3118 or 3119. ( until 9 p.m.. Good Friday is a
day of fast and abstinence and
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and queries
confessions will be held from
,
concerning such should be directed to:
2:30 p.m. until 3 p.m. with Mass
The Holt Publishing Company $1950 Blanding Blvd. beginning at 3 p.m. Good Fri-

. Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 .4 .... ...... day Mass at the Naval Hospitalwill
be held at 8 p.m. Easter
VOL. 27 NO., 2 APRIL 3, 1969 I a Sunday confessons at St. Ed-
YE kisvR. SARGE, 9lY" ""M GtittiNG: O&St"'AR'E&. ward's 8:30
... -- Chapel will be at :
ToMORRow l1" and 10:30 a.m. with Masses at

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Receives I .Y rr4f';
1\\ Y l ,- Receive Awards :. J

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Unit Com. t NAS CECIL As Cecil H. Crone, Lt Carter B. Refo I
squadrons return from combat and Lt John A. Van Eps received -
"The officer and the man in zones and as the combat in Asia Navy Commendation medals.
direct conflict with the enemy drags on, more and more men For .Cook it was the third such
is spurred on, not only by a join the ranks of the decorated. .award, and for Refo it was the
sense of duty, but by a feelingof Some receive their honors for second.
immediate accomplishment.It direct contact with the enemy; Receiving Navy achievement
is he who receives public acclaim some for untiring maintenanceof medals were AVCM Stephen Sre-
when his task is well armamements systems that donja AMSl Jerry T. Walker
done. the crew of a ship all make the contacts possible. AFCM Robert E. Adamson, Lt
risk their lives as much or even VA-82 bids fair to become one Robert W. Bryant LaIr Berch-
more than some direct com- Cecil's most decorated squad- man E. Rogero, AQF2 ThomasA.
batants. But none of these has '.. .. rons. It has received the Navy Wettlaufer and Ltjg David K.
the satisfaction of inflicting immediate Unit Commendation. (See else- Wahlstrom.
hurt to the enemy. And where in this issue.) Its latest
almost always his deeds go unsung individual awardees are as fol Receiving letters of commendation -
," said H. Kent Hewitt in Left to right: Butler, Hastings, Lewis Harris. Morris Stege, lows. for performance of

"Introduction to Ships, Salvage man, Schoonover and Arnold v" Lcdr Marie D. Hewett received duty during combat operationswere
and Sinews of'War." the air medal. AQF2 Ralph Butler, AE2.
The Secretary of the Navy is Lcdr Richard T. Vosseller Pete Hastings ADJ2 John Lewis
well aware of this and has com- Lt Charles A. Cook Lt Fre- AMS2 Roy Harris, AMH2 Wayne
,.. .. ,. ...
mended the aircraft carrier USS lti derick C. Lentz ATN2 DonaldR. Morris AQF2 Bob Stegeman ,
AMERICA and Attack Carrier Hendricks ADJ1 Donald L. ATN3 Mike Rodi ABE3 Larry
Air Wing Six. VA-82 of NAS : Foulk AC12 Carl R.Echols AMSC Schoonover and AQF3 Dave Ar-
Cecil Field was one of the squad- Virgil R. Duprey Lcdr Wilson nold.
rons aboard the carrier to receive .
the Navy Unit Commendation .
PEANUTS Charles Schulz
which read "For exceptionally MagnoliaBall "
meritorious service N
from 12 May to 20 November 45 A ay"ri. HEAR GOOD THINGS

1968 while engaged in combat SetTickets SAID ABOUT U. 8.
support operations in Southeast x L SAVINGS BONDS.
Asia. Participating in sustained _
tai THEY MUST &B VERY
strike operations against North Po: a 8 .f for the 18th Magnolia NICE.e .
Vietnamese efforts to support Charity Ball, "Silent Flowers",
the Insurgency in the Republicof to be held May 3rd at the Officers' -
Vietnam USS AMERICA and
,
Club will go on sale April
embarked Attack Carrier Air
2nd at 11 a.m. This will,coincide -
Wing Six inflicted extensive damage -
with
a JOWC luncheon/
and destruction uponenemy fashion show slated for the same J
supply lines seriously impedingthe Je
flow of men and material to day.Tickets
QUALITY STEP ,INCREASE..was granted Alec Vaughan twelve dollars per
the south. Despite strong enemy be
couple can purchased bymili-
resistance these strikes were who is Supervisory Administrative Services Officer In the
retired the
tary or at
skillfully carried- out on an a- Public. Works Department. Capt. Frank M. McLinn, Cecil Officers Club or from persons your com-
round-the-clock basis. Maintaining skipper, presents certification while Lt. O.L. Coston and mands until May 1. Proceeds s.a.
an exceptionally high degree Larry Webb look on, from this charity ball will go to
of technical skills, efficient Naval and Civilian organizations.

dures management, USS AMERICA and sound and proce-em- . 4 'I\\
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barked Air Wing Squadrons were NV.IK
favorite holeis
fishing
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enemy. The consistency reliability requires a fishing license. Such
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embarked Attack Carrier Air Worried about what inflation is doing to it? trout line' are limited to 25hooks THE-uLTlMATE IN
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and fish be
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. 'The Ship That Wouldn Die' Tells USS Franklin Story I


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Two NARF Men Recall



Days Aboard Big Ben


By JOC Chuck Schroyer

Jax -. When NBC telecastsits
she lost hundreds of her crew-
hour-long story of the men in a bloody battle off Ja-
USS Franklin (CV-13)), "The pan's coast -- she had made
Ship That Wouldn't Die," naval history in half a dozen or
Sunday evening, it'll bring so Pacific engagements. Her pilots -
had been launched into com-
back vivid memories to two
bat over 7,000 times and she had
men at the Naval Air Rework steamed over 100,000 miles

Facility. through five major Pacific cam-
Veterans of the Pacific cam- paigns.

paign luring WWII, the pair will Garrison and Hardy went a-
remember their day in hell 24 1944
in
board Franklin early at
years ago off the Japanese mainland Norfolk and two months later
when they were crewmen found themselves off Trinidad in k 1k t
aboard the Big Ben. the ,.
the Caribbean during ship'sinitial ___
Ed Garrison is now a general
shake down cruise.
foreman on the A4 Skyhawk lineat
Sails West
NARF. Twenty-four years ago
he was a first class petty officer Several weeks later they were
aboard the Franklin. His transiting the Panama Canal e
boss aboard the carrier was headed for San Diego Calif. And
Chief Aviation Metalsmith C.E. in May they were in the Pacificon
Hardy. Today Hardy is retired their way to Pearl Harbor
from the Navy and works as a and battle.
ii
mechanic under Garrison. Franklin stopped in Pearl in

Keel Laid the middle of June for fresh .. .. ,
_ Exactly one year after the Japanese provisions then sailed further -
and C.E. Hardy stopped on NARF's line long enough to
attack on Pearl Harbor, west to Eniwetok on the first day REMINISCE -- Ed Garrison (L)
the Franklin's story began when of summer in 1944. recall a few of their experiences aboard the Big Ben.
her keel was laid in Virginia.By KamlKazi I Hit Franklin's planes blasted Japa- at Guam and other islands in the knocked Franklin out of battle
March 19, 1945 -- the day For the next few months, nese ships planes and fortressesExplosion push across the Pacific. In October for the remainder of the war.
the Franklin got her first Franklin's pilots pounded Japanese -
taste hand-to-hand combat with forces for two days with-
Japanese airmen when a kami- out mercy and the morning of
kaze hit the flattop's deck just the 19th broke relatively quiet
aft of the Island. The staggering after 72 hours at general quar-
r! punch knocked the carrier out of ters.
action and she was to spend Walt for Shower
Christmas in the States undergoing Garrison and a buddy had start-
repairs. ed to chow just before the Japanese -
Remembering those hostile attack. He. remembers
months in late '44, the two.former .they had stopped to watch gun-
metalsmiths recalled the ners aboard the carrier Yorktown -
long hours and fatigue of cam- shoot down a Japanese plane.
bat. Hardy told of how he',-and Garrison said, "We had decidedto
fellow metalsmiths would"make' wait to take a shower and
temporary patches on the 'skins just stepped out of the head.
of fighters ,that had been riddled I closed the door and it seemed
by Japanese bullets. like the wholetorld_ exploded."
Fools JapaneseWe A 500-pound bomb from a Japanese -
took notes on where we put plane exploded in the
the temporary patches and thenif compartment. Garrison openedthe
the planes made it back after door he had just closed and
another combat sortie,we'd later saw over a dozen of his ship-
make .a permanent patch,'* he mates dead from the explo-
said."I sion. Realizing he couldn't do
can also remember watch- anything there, he ran to his
ing the fighters landing and men battle station on the hangar deck.
dashing out to paint the engine In the meantime planes loaded
cowling a different color. Every- with gas and armament for a
time a plane returned from a launch ,began blowing up' throw-
fight they would paint the cowl- ing fire and death across the carrier -
ing a different color to fool the 's flight and hangar decks.
Japanese into thinking we had a Rocket ExplodesThe
lot more planes out there. former petty officer recalled -
Returns to BattleIn pulling fire hoses Into
late January 1945 the the hangar deck and sending
Franklin had been put back infighting someone to turn on the water.
shape by thousands of "We were going to try to coola
yard workers at Bremerton, 16-inch rocket hanging from a

following hit on the USS Franklin by Japanese dive bomber on March 19, 1945.APARTMENTS Wash., and she was once again fighter. Someone yelled that there

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; prepared to tackle the Empor- Just as he closed the hatch
(1EY ctw..oo oc'II ISOr er's forces. the rocket exploded, spreading
Franklin rendezvoused with o- debris on the hangar deck. For
K nKS"-" i/ ',,' ver one hundred ships of Task the second time in several minutes -
: _: Force 58 in March for
I an enor- he was saved by :a closed
mous assault on the remaining hatch.At .
.
< Japanese Fleet anchored near the time of the initial explosion -
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Y.1..Y..A" wM -- --- r.1.w.mmNL- ..:- K/ r 571' Kyushu. The plan was to knock Hardy was further aft

off any anchored Japanese war- near the metal shop. He too,

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w wew.MMNN fi'J7'tuR WIIOIa PAY! again. was available.The .
UI. The attack began March 17th, retired chief said, "Avia!
., Q WE'RE NOT READY YET... two days before the blow that tion gas was burning and high
'\J eeeee..s pillars of smoke kept forcing us
but If LBBBBdBBBB aft Bullets from the parked
you've gotta move
i Springtime! is planes were ricocheting all a-
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w round us and bombs were burst-
w.'II l let you move the... : ing with a deafening roar."
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IWI .' 1947. He lives with his wife ,

Hazel and 11-year-oldson.Greg. ,
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.. .1".. ".".;. >,..' at 1556 LakeshoreBlvd.A daughter -
f', .
: '' : .. ,. :: ., 'I". ; Donna,is a freshman at Flor-
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: __ Hardy retired from the Navy
in 1957 and
'- ;.... began working at i
NARF 10 years ago. He and his
wife, Ruth, live at 1615 LouvreDr.
., Jax. 4
During the interview, the pair j i
joked good naturedly about their .1
P switch in being each other's boss
since the Franklin Garrison
,w t quipped, "I show him no mercy."
Hardy countered with, "Com'n
.(1' J bear 1"Blood

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Hospital that it is no longer on
J, 4 the Vietnam program, which required 1,
.. the local facility to ship
blood to Vietnam weekly.
The hospital was requested to I
maintain a readiness to resume
quota shipments on short notice, ,'
according to Lt. (j.g.) MarilynnI.
Henry, MSC, who is In chargeof <
the local blood donor center. '
The requirements for blood )
I normally increase and decreasein
direct proportion to the level
., of combat In Vietnam and the
Navy must be ready to respondon
a required basis.
The cruiser USS Santa Fe stands by the badly damaged Franklin. Miss Henry said, "We will

continue to draw for our own use
at the Naval Hospital on Wed-
nesdays between 3 and 4:30 p.m.
and Thursdays from 8 a.m. until
Islands noon. The needs for blood are
>m to
Japan's Doorstep ever Increasing and the support
of all personnel is necessary to
meet the demand."

ne rigged a line and six to 10 caught in the uparaft of the explosion I----------- --I
men had slid over the side when and entered the water .
.
the line broke. Just as Hardywas slowly, almost weightless. I ,...,\{. I

.. :. .. : \ going over the side a.five- Garrison saw a life raft about I II'Q,..\\,t i r I
4 "' '. ,. ., Inch gun mount exploded. two miles from where he enter- I A s: "\\."\\>-,">.,\\\\.:".\.:" I
aG 4 t. "I remember landing in the ed the water and recalled sayingto I ., .if jt\\ \\ \' I
water and this sandy-headed kid himself "The Lord put that w
and another fellow were in the raft out there for me." He was I MOTORS I
water beside me. The kid was
picked up after floating in the I
fierce scared and didn't have on Pacific for nearly four hours. I
\ ajlife jacket." Hardy remarked Got in Blast I L-E :.}.\ I
P- -N-T-Y -,;\\ '
.- he pulled off his pants, tied the As he was being pulled on I OF VW's'g\ ',.
legs and made the youngster l li a deck of a destroyer, the sailor ReasonableSTATE I
i, life jacket. The kid said, "Let's. who said he couldn't swim tap- I .
prayl" The kid was quiet fora ped him on the shoulder. Garri- I INSPECTED I
while and then said, "You .
son said he asked, "Is this hea- I
know chief I can't think of any- ven?", The reply: "This is better CHRYSLER.: I
thing to say." They floated for 1" The non-swimmer had 63 $590 '

_ three and one half hours before floated on a wooden boat boom I Wagon, 9 Passenger .
being picked up by the destroyerHunt. until being rescued. Air & Power, nice

Both Hardy and Garrison spent I car.
Garrison was still aboard when several days on a destroyer un- RAMBLER. . $640 I
the five-inch gun blew. The blast der attack from the Japanese 163 wagon one owner I
killed a buddy standing only a before getting out of the battle
; 4 1 few feet from Garrison. He was zone to Pearl Harbor.In I auto trans. I
61 VW Sedan. . $290
standing behind a stanchion that the meantime, the Frank- I
stopped the blast,possibly saving lin's crew spent four days work- I Runs Good. I

.... .. his life for the third time in ing around the clock trying to 162 CORVAIR Cpe. $290 I
: 10 or 15 minutes. get power back to their ship. 61 COMET 2 Dr.$240 I
Garrison also became strandedon The cruiser Pittsburgh took the Stick. .

the hangar deck by a wall wounded carrier in tow. The 61 FIAT 1100. $240, I
of fire and bombs. He
exploding
'- story of their fight will be told
I 4 Dr., 4 Speed.
remembers shipmate who Sunday in "The Ship That I
couldn't swim saying "I would Wouldn't Die." I We .S.II.FfICl.c' I
rather drown thanburntodeath." Garrison and Hardy spent the
Then, a 2,000 pound bomb closing months of the war in 6566 Normandy
exploded killing several of those Pearl Harbor. Boulevard
stranded with Garrison. Men Garrison was discharged inthe I I

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t A 1 ry : yak "I remember watching some 1------...
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To Service MM, For Firefightersjax

Jax -- The Military Selective
Service Act of 1967, as amended A t, -- Up to now, no specific quipment; use forcible entry
gives reemployment protec- 7 r.'a. guidance has been available for tools, handle all kinds of hose;
tion to ex-servicemen and reservists R qualification as a firefightingassistant. use and care for various typesof
who leave jobs with e j The Naval Examining nozzles and applicators; op-
private employers, or the Fed- t,1 Y 4 Center has prepared a qualification ate all portable movable pump-
eral Government, to perform s4j examination and BuPers ing equipment; use oxygen
military duty. / Manual Article C-7412 has been breathing apparatus, inhalators,
The Department of Labor, __ revised to specifically state that and respirators; use portable
through its Office of Veterans' qualifications will be determinedby oxyacetylene cutting equipment;
Reemployment Rights, is responsible a written examination and exhibited be completely familiar with the
for providing informa- proficiency in practical .main pressure, and built in
tion about the rights you have A firefighting skills. CO2, foam, sprinkling, drain -
and any assistance you need in The Vritten examination will age, and ventilation systems of
connection with exercising them. be distributed automatically to your own ship; be able to administer -
The most important thing to ships administration. All ans- first aid; conduct a fire
remember is, if you left a job wers to the questions on this prevention Inspection of your
and are interested in reemployment examination will be found In the ship, and teach firefighting pro-
be sure to apply to your ENDS 25 YEAR CAREER -- RMCS Richard Hegan is piped following publications: NAV cedures, use and operating char
preservice employer within the over the side by fellow chiefs during retirement ceremoniesheld SHIPS.Technical. Manual, chap- acteristics of firefighting equip-

.prescribed period (within 90 daysif at the communications center recently. Chief Hegan retired ters 88, 9920, 9930 and 9940; ment, and firefighting. prin -
you were inducted, enlistedor after 25 years active service. Basic Military Requirements, ciples.
recalled to extended active NavPers 10054B; Military Re- You must reciualify if you do
duty; with 31, days if*you are WI quirements for PO 3 & 2, Nav- not perform the duties of a fire-
serving on initial active duty for Pers 10081B. fighting assistant for a periodof .
training in excess of three consecutive JAX MARINE All enlisted-personnel are eli- one year.
,
months). gible for qualifications and at Once you qualify or requalify,
No matter what you think you least two will be qualified for notation will be made in your
wish to do in civilian life, you NEWS each repair party. service record and you will be
should find out first what your In general, to.qualify"youmust: authorized to wear the Fire -
preservioe employer has to of- operate all types of fire extin- fighting Insignia which should be
fer. The seniority you accrue by Sgt. W.W. RadebaughTwo guishers and foam producing e-- available in the Navy Supply System -
during military service may en- by June 1.
classes from rank LtCol R.P. Eck-
title you to other employment graduated present by
benefits, which should be considered NATTC last week and the newly mann, MAD Commanding Officer.
before deciding what to do. trained Marines will be joining MSgt Mencum is an instructorat Club Schedulesspecial I
You may have difficulty deter- selected units of the Marine the MARMEC (P) school and

mining the extent of your rights, Corps air arm. MSgt Scoppe Is the NCOIC of Acey Deucy Club daily drink. Happy Houris
particularly since changes may Aviation Ordnance class 846 the Marine Liaison section at
held
Monday through
have taken place during your graduated March 26 and LCpl the Aviation Electricians Mate The Four Clubs will be on from 5 to 6 Friday
absence. Your employer may not Taylor Nageli was the high School. stage tomorrow and P Cook Enjoy the p.m.new club feature ofa
be familiar with his obligation Marine with an 85.93 average Also added to the roster of and the Chessman will providethe
-
under these statutes. To assist for the 18-week school. staff NCO's for MAD were Hub- beat Saturday.An "Birthday-Anniversary" cele-
both of you to get a clear understanding : Aviation Electricians Mate bard S. Porter, a student in the Easter Buffet will be serv- bration. Patrons celebrating a
: of the reemployment School class 842 graduated March AOB) course and Otto A. Grish- ed in the dining room Sunday birthday or anniversary can pur-
program, the Office of Veterans' 29 after completing 22 weeks of kat Jr., and instructor at the from noon until 6 p.m., and the chase any meal on the menu for
Reemployment Rights will be glad demanding training. Sgt. DavidA. Aviation Electricians School. Fate Three will be on stage In half price, which Includes any
to mail you and your employer Seaton was high man for the The two Marines were promotedto the Sky Room. drink at the bar, also for half

information concerning your Marines with an 85.13 average. Staff Sergeant. / Blue Jackets Inn price.

rights and; obligations. For fur- MAD Promotions. Sgt. Eulas Talley signed the The Soul Challengers' will pro- Fleet Reserve,
ther information write U.S. Department and took the reenlistment vide the and 'the '
: MAD added two 'new master papers music tonight :; ,Mel Gaden and his
\ of Labor, OfficeofVet-. sergeants here March 31 when oath this morning for six more champion'band from Georgia? ,The will Lazy Rhythm
terans' Reemployment Rights, James R. Mencum and RichardJ. years in the Marine Corps. Re- Striking Resemblence be under Reserve girls perform at the Fleet
Collins
Washington, D.C. 20210. Scoppe were promoted to their cently promoted to his present the lights tomorrow from 9 on Road tomorrow -
rank, Sgt. Talley will be per- p.m. until 1 a.m., Saturday from night and the Tunesters
:- forming his duties as the police 2 to 6 p.m. and again from 9p.m.until will be on stage Saturday night.
An,Easter Egg Hunt will be
for MAD.
sergeant 1
zg4; a.m.
C- held for the kiddies beginningat
Retention on station and$4,000 The Standard Production 'will
I1p.m.. Sunday and Jim Mann
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and. the Goodtimers will be
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practicing and look to be and hamburgers at half price.
as tough as the team they fielded Tuesday night is ladies night menu special is featuredat
last season. .Among the returnees and the Mini Contest. Drinks will the club every day except Mon-
to the Big Red squad are Les go for half price for the ladies. day. Dining room hours are
Carroll, one of the areas finest The Drink: of the Day continues Monday through Thursday, 11
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> NAS CUBI POINT Lieu- tration of the Fulton Recovery dures. The necessary recovery
.. tenant James W. Hall, attachedto System here. The system is designed gear is dropped by parachute,
,,. ry l, VA-105 presently embarkedin for retrieving a downed complete with a book of instruc-
r the USS KITTY HAWK (CVA- pilot or any other personnel tions. A nylon balloon is inflated -
: 63), Joined the ranks of the brave where, due to various circum- and sent skyward to an
.... : i .A>1.0 and the daring when he success- stances, it becomes impossibleto elevation of seven hundred feet.A .
.,,,<<'<,.' < ,... "'v", HtX ", fully participated in a demons- execute normal rescue proceSHIPPERS..AK2 nylon rope is attached to the
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Lt. Hall, circled, dangles at the end of the line as he streams buy fifty-cent tickets to do it
again. It's better than a roller
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Hall's wife Carol, and three
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South, in Jacksonville.
In a recent ceremony that took wards were given for individual A
place at the Marine Barracks, achievement in connection with i Gary L. Harrington (above) and A02 HaroldK.
Majors W.R. Bowers, Cecil operations against the enemy in Henson shipped over, with Capt. F.M. McLInn doing the
Marine XO, presented First Lt. the Republic of Viet Nam. -
honors. Harrington, attached to Air Operations Maintenance,
David R. Randall his second Viet .
namese Cross of Gallantry and In the same ceremony Marcus shipped for six and, Henson, from Weapons' Guided Missile S S
Corporal Berry E. Blackman the A. Bell, a native of Jackson, Division reenlisted under STAR (guaranteed BU school.)
Navy Achievement Medal with Miss. received his'sergeantche- ,
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moviesMovies 1965 RENAULT CARAVELLE ::'",,;, I
remove HT. wholesale price. 10
ft. Alum. Boat, 3 1/2 HP motor. '

WANT All accessories $125, Elec. I
will be shown nightly Guitar & Amplifier $75. 264- ,',
at the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. 6883. +
There will also be +
a kiddie mat- WELDING I +
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville' No large small.- Trail- : i" +
job too or :
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. :"
day and holidays.The Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the ers, ornamental iron work, fuel 4
Hospital Theater will publisher is.instructed otherwise. A check or money order,for the full cost of the ad must oil stands. Westside Custom +
have be received WITH the copy for the ad. Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. 1
one nightly feature 7
at jxm. I
781-! 82.
Cecil Field will have two nightly
shows during the week at 5:30: Do Net Slid Cisfc BRAND NEW

and 8 p.m. Matinees will be 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma- 1

shown on weekends at 2 and Rife: MiainuM chine ((3 lines). . . . .' .$2.00 ,,chine, Left in Layaway, Balance 1
5 p.m. $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo.

Audience Ratings;:M-Matured A-Adults; G-General Youths; S- Per flclditioail line ((4 words per line). . . 0.50 6110 Delivery 103rd with St.no obligation.FLY Ph. 771-5028.. I

Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very,
Good; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA -' JETS TO EUROPE /
Class Not Available. $125.00 1
'65 GTO-FOUR SPEED LAKE LOTS 2 BR. UNFURN. HOUSE Military Travel Service, Inc. '
New tires, Bucket seats,console. Tired of looking at tiny lake- Water Free, $55 mo. 5937 Sea- P.O. Box -Cookstown, NJ.
THURSDAY, April 3 Like new, $1295.398-5877. lots for giant prices? Now see board Ave. 7714324. Phone (609)) 723-1313

NAS "THE BIBLE" 2 1/2 acres of pecan grove on Available for Military Personnel -
Michael Parks and starring Richard NEW IN BUSINESSWe lovely Santa Fe Lake for only LIVE EASTER BUNNIES and their Dependents

Harris. Color Drama. G/E (174 Need CustomersWe $8500. Near U. of Fla., ideal White $2.00 each, 771-0103.. Only.
Finance anyone retirement. Terms. Call 387- Pro-Rated Cost of Charter *
mins.)
We take anything in tradeTom's 7379 after 6 p.m. BOSTON TERRIERS
HOSPITAL: "HIGH,WILD AND
FREE.1 Color Auto Sales or Pekingese Puppies AKC-Good FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 1
documentary si- 5892'Blanding Blvd. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Quality & Stud Service. 3873846.VA Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& r
miliar to "Born Free". G/E .
772-8988 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS. Clean FHA resales. $100 down. Call
((113 mins.)
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CECIL FIELD: "SAND PEB- FOR SALE-61 OLDS modern trailers. & Apts. 389- & FHA REPOSSESSIONS Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- /

BLES" starring Steve McQueen, Super 88 Fact. air, R/H, $500. 3007. 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili
Candice Bergen and Richard 771-3567. HOUSE FOR SALE down as low as $65 month. Callus tary-Free Notary. __
for to date lists that will <
up
Attenborough. Color adventure. Selling below F.H.A. Appraisal.
WANTED PIANOin be mailed without obligation. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER
A&M/E ((191 mins.) $450. Dn., no closing. Air cond.
very good condition. Call VANSANDT REALTY 3873597.A Excel condition 4 Br., 2 B.Central -
3 bedr.
2 Cedar
c. ,
garage
FRIDAY, April 4 7714778. fence, $113.75 mo. Owner 919 A/C & Heat. Redwood fence.

NAS: "THE HELLFIGHTERS"starring AUTO AIR CONDITIONINGand Granville Rd. nr. Normandy & To selected"SPOT", highly FOR capable YOU Of- time.Rolling Hills area 781-3680.any-

John Wayne and residential units servicedand Lane. ficers and Senior Petty Officers

Katherine Ross. Color Action repaired. Tyler Heating and IN CLAY COUNTY leaving the service, a leading IN CLAY COUNTY
Drama. G/E ((129 mins.) .AC 4711 Palmer Ave. (Lake Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 nationwide firm offers a position 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved
HOSPITAL: "THE. BIBLE"CECIL Shore) Ph. 388-5161. acres & larger. Terms. Ph. with an income that need never and graded. road frontage $1450
FIELD: "PLANET 282-5272 or 282-5224. stop climbing. A Job you'll like per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph.
THE APES" starring Charlton OAK HILL PARKLOVELY4BR.Rambler in a choice of locations.Company 282-5272 Home 282-5224.
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Heston and Roddy McDowall. 12' x 56' TRAILERand sponsored orientation to speed
2 B., Fam. Rm. Kit.
Color Science Fiction A&M/E W/attached DR. Cent.A&HHdwd Corner Lot with 12' x 22' your transition. Write to P.O. STEREO CONSOLE:
((120 mins.) Firs. Fenced yd. 5 1/4% FHA Utility room. Will sell separate Box 13177, Orlando. Fla. 32809 Fully automatic Stereo Console
'SATURDAY, April 5 Loan. Pay $138.31. Call owner Phone 771-3990. Attn: Eastern Area Manager. Record Player. W/Radio comb.
Bal. $61 or pay $8 monthly. Will
771-4983.
NAS: "YOU ONLY LIVE anytime. deliver. No obligation. Ph. 353-

TWICE" starring Sean Conneryand 1946 ANYTIME, 1606 Main St.
Mie Hama. Color 007 Drama.

.. ,A&M/E ((118 mins.HOSPITALf"'THE.) DIAL TOM CAVINESS!
v HELL- :.. a If yo'u would like to become'

FIGHTERS" Disc Jockey, Newscaster An-

CECIL FIELD: "HIGH WILD THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! nouncer. A recorded message by
AND FREE" Tom Caviness tells you how.
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n,-' Saturday MatineeNAS WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE ANYWHERE! Ph. 355-4834.
3 SINGERS $15
: "LAD, A DOG", color L Sewing Machines, $15 each. Leftin

Dramaplus "CAPTAINVIDEO", W ''W warehouse, good condition,
Chapter 10. ((105 mins.) fully equipped, does everything,
complete with, attachments.
100 % Yours for storage charge only
$15. Call 353-1946 anytime. Will
deliver no obligation. 1606
1ttGtIaEO Main Street.
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CjuaRantee WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
I,1._ Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.

)( We gave them the VW 16.point Safely and Performance Intpectton.Then Apts. Newly painted 2 Br., LR,
1Ir' we tuned up,tightened and replaced everything that needed it.And* them 100%for the repair or replacement of all major| mech..ncal & Garbage includ.
Water Sewage
ports'for30dayter1000milei.Come on in and double check.nin .
.. trn.miM"*.,..,..)SI' .t1.4..uh'! .. .bnhe.,......Intrkel. FAIRLANE Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
68
67 PONTIAC ;.. .
v im 387-2541, nites or weekends call

GTO 2-Dr., V-8. 2-Dr., H.T.. V-8, 389-0744. [
4-Speed, Blue A.T.. P.S. Green _

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By J03 Jackie Kobos has had published and is a col- Following graduation In 1965,
lection of poems he has written Wright enlisted In the Navy. As
'Is not the young always am- through the years. he put it, he wanted "to live
bitious? While not available in Jack- with people of different nationali- 3 And is it not the ambition needsA sonville yet, "In Search of Es- ties to find out why he can-
1 channel of acceptance?' cape", has ,been. distributed not live together without hate
If society of today lacks this throughout the country the and resentment." The travel
understanding station library ,has placed an order and experience he could gain in
There's left but one road worth for copies of the book. It the Navy offered him just suchan
considering has been reviewed by the New opportunity plus the chance

:' 'The Road Not Taken' In Search York Times Book Review, Time fulfill his military obligation. ', t
, of Escape." Magazine Saturday Evening Two years ago the 3-year-old f
. Although aviation ordnance is Post, Newsweek Look and numerous sailor-poet realized that a regular -
t not ordinarily associated with other magazines and enlistment would not give
I* poetry, a sailor at the Naval Air newspapers.: him the time to do and see all
l\\ Technical Training Center practices Born in Orangeburg S.C., he wanted. He reenlisted for six,
< both. Wright began his career as a poetat years.
the age of 12. Like most Now a student In Aviation Or-
He is Aviation OrdnancemanThird youngsters with hobbies it was dnance "B" School, Class 908,
Class George Washington just a hobby and not yet a planned Wright has served tours of dutyat
Wright. The excerpt above is vocation.At Patuxant River, Md., and Ice-
from the title poem of his newly Wilkinsburg High School in land. He wrote of Iceland: RIOT CONTROL TEAM -- Marching shoulder to shoulder
published book, "In Search of Orangeburg, he continued to write with rifles pointed forward, the station's civilian disturbance
\ Escape. poetry and served as a memberof The land the people force practices riot control procedures.Disturbance .
The book Is the first Wright the school's newspaper staff. The landscape's natural artistic

_....__. ._ _.___ ._..... Untouched unchanged history of Force
E the pastBeautifully
preserved
Many of its unknown secrets
locked Organized on StationJax

N From the human hand--revealed
rh To the curious eager eyes
As if the ages'themselvesAre -- "Riot" is not a new word lated disturbance to show how
speaking to onlytheeyesight but it is one that is heard in an they handle the problem of facing -
I increasing number of cases lately rioters.
Wright assisted the station'snewspaper and NAS Jax is now prepared to Marching shoulder-to-should-
In Iceland with his edi- cope with this, problem shouldone er with rifles pointed forward
torial writing and"thought for the arise in its district. and faces protected with gas-
"
Y day. One such thought was: Last week, some 70 Navymen masks, the platoon moved througha
from Jax took part''' in a riot smoke screen of tear gas followed -
\ Life Is a hurrying mass of energy control course and Friday they by an ambulance and fire
I : and matterSo took the field to subdue a simu- truck. Before moving on imaginary -
why not wait until death to rest?
informsthe
+a i rioters the leader
\ ,, cr j Resting is for the dead. 'Black 'Fako s' trouble-makers that he Is

The idea for this .particularpoem acting under orders of the Pre-
r occurred to Wright whilehe sident of the United States and
Return After have five minutes to dis-
was taking a course in matter they
and energy. He said that is,the perse. --Then ordering his men into -
way most of his ideas come to formation, either in a wedge-
iod
him. From every day things and Traililg, P'.r .,: shapersr straight line, and after -

SAILOR POET -- George Washington Wright studies as partof people and every day living. the'JIve minutes has elapsed
his The "Black Falcons" of Patrol they take action.The .
Wright tries to keep poe-
his role as' an Aviation Ordnanceman Third Class attend-
Seven known
officially
Squadron returned as
'try on a level that everyone can to group
ing AO "B" School at the Naval Air Technical Training Cen understand and associate with their home next Friday, following the Civil Disturbance Force, Is
ter. After classes, during his 'free time, he assumes another. themselves. He said, "the aver- a twoweeks, intensive training \- part of Com Six riot control and;
t, role. That of a writer''' and author "In Search of Escape,** a; age person can't ssociate or period at the U.S. Naval.Station NAS Jax furnishes a platoon, one;

collection of his own'poems recently published. identify with anything that is on a Roosevelt Roads, Puerto half of the entire force. Mayport
different level from himself, Rico. and Cecil Field make up the other
either above or below that level. The two-weeks period, officially platoon. The course consistedof
When he writes he attempts to known as "Operation one;;day of classroom instruc- .
say something that gets acrossa Springboard" and conducted each tion on crowd control and three
part of himself and yet is appealing year at the Caribbean Island, days practicing in the field. The
to all people.In was utilized to sharpen: the skillsof instructor was from the Army'sriot
VP-7 flight crews in anti- control center at Ft. Gor-
addition to the course in submarine warfare (ASW) and don, Ga., and is an expert in
matter and energy. Wright is also aerial-mine-warfare tactics and this field.

taking courses in English procedures.U. This short amount of time
literature and political science.He S. Submarines provided practicing is only a start and the
has developed a keen interestin plenty of realism for the train- group will train periodically: and
politics on a local level and ing by serving as the elusive soon will be outfitted in green
has had offers from
government target for the crews as they fatigues and equipped with bay-
officials in his home town to undertake -
of
completed a long syllabus onets for their rifles.
a local political career challenging ASW problems. In Capt. H.O.Cutler commanding
when he of the .
gets out Navy.To addition, each crew demonstratedits officer NAS Jax on hand for the .
get back to poetry Wright proficiency in navigation, demonstration, praised the fine
has had his works published in
shipping surveillance photography work the men had done in sucha
various magazines and perio- and aerial mining before short time and said he was
dicals. He had two selected for returning to Jacksonville. "real impressed with their per-
Get publication in "A Modern Antho- Patrol Squadron Seven, home- formance but hoped they would
\ on-the-spot money help logy of Poetry In 1968." The ported here since 1961 Is com- never have to be put to use."
latter is a collection of poems manded by Cdr. C.I. Stratmannand
Household Finance says: "Never borrow from those considered the best flies the SP-2H "Neptune.

money needlessly." But sometimes money poets of the year. ._ eanadlansHit
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needs do come up-like paying bills, takinga

leave, buying a better car, meeting an. VP-5 AirmenThe

unexpected expense-and you need money
help. The HFC office manager near your baseis Mad Foxes of Patrol
Squadron 5 recently completedthe
a specialist in helping service people-and
first half of a mutual exchange -
I he'll tell you before you borrow what your 4 of techniques and ideas

r loan will cost. Call him when you have a between personnel of the U.S.

money need. and Canadian ASW Airborne
s r Forces.
$
Under the direction of Lt.B.A.
Up to $6OO Ryan, Crew #9 flew their P-3
Orion to the Canadian Forces
Before you sign on the dotted line, Base, Greenwood, Nova Scotia,
you'll know what your loan will,cost March 25. They were hosted
there for four days by the Cana-
dian Air Force 404 Squadron.
FINANCE
HOUSEHOLD During their stay, the crew
was briefed on Canadian ASW
I operations, problems training

: 25 West Forsyth. St.-Phone: 355-9683 and the general operation of the
a squadron. They also toured the

i Cedar Hills Shopping Center Replacement Air Group (RAG) .
for the Argus. the Canadian ASW
r 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190
CERTIFICATE AND PIN -- RAdm. R. H. Stroh, commander aircraft.

j 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Fleet Air Jacksonville, presents Mrs. R. W. Clark with a returned PATRON from 5's the Crew University#2 recently of
"1 certificate of graduation from the Navy Relief Society Train-
Texas where they three
spent
Penman Plaza Shopping Center ing Course held last month. Mrs. Clark, who received the days indoctrinating the NROTC

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 certificate along with 35 other women, was also presentedwith Midshipmen there on patrol
a pin for 100 hours of volunteer work with the Society. squadron aviation.

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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13

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Civilian Personnel Office .".. .I. 'I

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Lists Current Job Openinqs. .. ''L4I 4. ,


Merit promotions opportunities JAX, FAETULANT, Naval Hos- :
currently open for receiptof pital, Navy Commissary Stores,
applications are listed below. Navy Recruiting Station,Disease
The area of consideration and Vector Control Center and Resident -
the closing date of each are Storage Office,Jacksonville.
shown. t
Applications received after the
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade closing date of this special bulle-
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. tin will not be considered for
79-67 Plan C All semi-skilled these specific vacancies.
positions pay level seven and
below and MPB No. 83-67 PlanB However, such applications
will be accepted and eligibleswill
All skilled positions pay levelB
All skilled positions pay be added to the register for
level seven and above. Area of consideration for future vacan-
consideration: NAS NARF, cies in accordance with Plan B
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU- of the Merit Promotion Program.

LANT Naval Hospital, Navy MPB No. 39-69 Supervisory 1. .
Commissary Stores, Navy Recruiting -
Station, Disease Vec- Accounts Maintenance Clerk,
tor Control Center and Resi- GS-7. Area of consideration: :
NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMFAIR- '
1:1:
dent Storage Office, Jackson- :
JAX, F
ville. Applications for these AETULANT,"Naval Hos- ...
pital, Navy Commissary Stores,
will be
positions accepted at
Navy Recruiting Station, Disease
any time. A separate applica- Vector Control Center and Resi-
tion be filed tor
must each posi-
dent Storage Office,Jacksonville.
tion in which interested.
Applications for this position will
MPB No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer -
be accepted through the close of
GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area business Monday.
of consider ltion:Nationwide.Applications -
for this position will MPB No.40-69 Aircraft Metals

be accepted through the close of Worker. Area of consideration: FAETULANT AWARDS LCdr. W.E. Miller, officer in charge of FAETULANT Det Jax, pre-

business April 14. NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMFAER-' sents awards for Vietnam Service to Lt. Gary A. Miller (C) and Lt. John A. Mavis, during the
MPB No. 34-69 Electric Ac- JAX, FAETULANT Naval Hos- detachment's annual ,Administrative/Material Inspection. Lt. Miller was awarded two Campaign

counting Machine Supervisor, pital, Navy Commissary Stores, Stars and Lt. Mavis received his first and second Air Medals and six Campaign, Stars.
GS-5, MPB No. 35-69 Electro- Navy Recruiting Station, Disease
nics Mechanic MPB No. 36-69 Vector Control Center and Resi-
Aircraft Electrician and MPB dent Storage Office,Jacksonville. Fifty-four Civilians Receive Job HikesFiftyfour
No. 37-69 Aircraft Electronics Applications for this positionwillbe
Worker. Area of consideration: accepted through the close of

NAS, NARF ,COMFAIR-: business April 9. civilians recently Hospital personnel promoted Kavin, position classification
received job hikes In accordancewith Included Betsy S. Strlckler to specialist GS-12 of the civilian
the station's Merit Pro- library technician (typing) GS-4, personnel department were also
motion Program. Diana V. McPherson, cytology among those promoted.Data .
Those promoted included DonJ. technician, GS-7, David P. Jen-
1 Leffler, naval ordnance test nings, medical technician GS-7 processing department
STOP money worries unit, promoted to chief engineer, and Ruby F. Taylor, purchasing promotees were Robert S. Wil-
GS-16. NARTU civilians promoted agent (typing) GS-4. liams, digital computer system:
were Russell V. Rains Jr., Fleet airborne electronics operator GS-4, Louise A. Val-
_. to supply clerk (typing) GS-4, training unit civilians receivingjob liere, card punch supervisor
f I'.t:;,.::.., t eL9A. and Virginia S. Uzzell, military hikes were Elizabeth E. GS-11, Juanita C. Johnston, digital -
; iQP; ;' ,,; ,. t;, personnel clerk (typing Stubbs and Cheryl D. Grover computer systems opera-
: : GS-5. both to clerk-typists GS-3 and tor GS-7, Wenzell T. Wilson,'
:
.. ...,:..;: :,fr..J: David Conaway, fleet weather Vera M. Ergle, .clerk--typist, Thomas P. Dobbs Jr. and Fran-
,r.,.:":jt; :' :fJ'. ,I" facility received a hike to GS-4. cis J. Johann Jr., to digital
r'..'.1"I;'>(Pb; l':" .c\t\: -\ meteorological technician (general Billie J. Harris, supervisory computer systems operators
.I' ,I(' "," .', 'l"v'- \" ) GS-6 and Linda C. Murphy staffing clerk GS-6 Donald L. GS-4 and Ralph N. Mozza, digi-
1(,\:,.::'I ," 1."d"" .,. ; ',h :>. : \\ secretary (stenography) GS-6. specialist GS-9 and James P.SBob's GS-9.

\. )l./ Security department personnel
.,.
s promoted were William V. Car-

,:.,: : ter, Johnny Dales, James L.
': : Burt Jr. and William P. Skinner,
'. '_: Oak Hill firefighters (general) GS-4 and

Ferron C. Carter, guard, GS-3.

GO with the hand Pure Service CenterOpen Public works promotions went
helping to Lorin J. Wilkinson, civllenglneerlng -.

technician, GS-9, StaceyA.
for your convenience, 6 a.m. 10 p.m. TurnerrooferJohnB.Tubbs,
.- general foreman (maintenance)
.M4
and Melvin Boykins and Sylvester -
+**:<' ;'r road service. pick ep.A delivery Canady, field tractor opera-

: f 1// E:: mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars tors.Supply department civilians

promoted were Owen P. Dyal
management technician GS-5,
103rd & Jammes Road
7719156 Norman K. Brewer St., shipment
Jacksonville, Florida clerk (household goods typing)

GS-4, Clarence C. Hilton, stock-
Inc.
Plan
of Finance
CityMoney man, Samuel L. Mott, foreman
leadingman) stockman and Joseph -

worries crop up in just about every family's bud H. Newcomber, stockman.:

get from time to time. End money worries with a cash .IMNININMIN/IngllgqllNNIIIII/NNINNIININNIIIIINNAIIIINNIIMgg. / ..NNIN NARF promotions went to Thomas ,
Finance. Service and civilian personnel N. Cummings, aircraft
loan from City
4-Ply Nylon metals worker Marguerite V.
enjoy the prompt service, the friendly way City Finance BIG CHIEF Stanual, statistical assistantGS-

does business. Get your budget in balance again with HEAVY DUTY 7, Sharon E.Sluder,clerk-steno-
the helping hand of City Finance. Phone ahead and have TIRE CO. grapher GS-4 and Hurbert A.

the money ready for you at your nearest City Finance GUARANTEED BETTERthan Morgan aircraft engine mechanictest
ANY '
original tire
office equipment ( ).
-24 Month or 24,000 mile Also Larry R. Wilkinson,
Fritz Unconditional Guarantee Harold O. Wood Donn L. Wil-
FROM $25 to $600There's
CASH LOANS P.,..." 'S Plus son, Hayward M. Cox, Charles

I ., R.t. 7.7Sx/| $2.21 C. Inman and Everett W. Brown,
.1 CPO FE.T. Instrument mechanics (electronics -
: i 0.,., WHITE STRIPES ONLY $2.50 MORE ),' John D. Jenkins, .Industrial -
: i tractor operator, GaryA.
NO DOWN .PAYMENT, of course Adams, student trainee(aero
NnranHmiMniiNintiraiMiiiiiitituuiiutaiiuiiniiiiuiiuiiNiHaH"UU")
space engineer) GS4WllliamH.Price .
We finance anyone from Seaman to Admiral student trainee (indus-
; Plan,Inc. office near in Jacksonville:
City Finance you
a GS-5 Mosses
....even Civilians! trial engineer) ,
Harris, and James J. Butler,
. .' \. 3635 Philips Highway. . ,398-0541 ---.wfijiiDiffiiI" ifIJIIIIN'N'Nw- 11- aircraft metals workers and Wil-

\ ., Philips Highway Plaza liam E. Bynum, foreman (lead-
;! ;', ,,":' 5132 Blanding Blvd..771.0940 Department Stores, Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers ingman) toolmaker. -

103rd St. Shopping Center ,
: I' ". 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 Auchtungl! LearntospeakGerman -
North Ocean Street ... .353.6261
.j 15 (Across from the House of Bargains1 through United States Armed

,' ..... 1023 Miami Road .. . . .398-5761 : 5444 Normandy Blvd. 786-0721) Forces Institute courses ranging
,
( ; 2809 Mayport Road from high school level one to four
"' 5834 North Main Street . .765-3563' 246-4825
Contact the Educational Services
Office, Ext. 2596.



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I., Jax Navy Captures 6ND Volleyball Crown at Cecil

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'I Fliers Practice Jax EnfersReg/onafs/ / ;


{ Twice This Week Tii

.\' f California NextStop ?

1/ The Jax Navy Softball team i'J i-
will practice twice this week with
Jax -- The Jax Navy Volleyball Team captured the Sixth Naval
practices scheduled Friday at
II District Volleyball Championship last Thursday by downing host
r 4 and Saturday at 9:30 a.m. .
.+ p.m. Cecil Field 15-2, 15-7 in the final game of the round-robin tourm-
at Mackroth Field.
.' The Fliers worked out last ment.
,;: Saturday morning instead of Jax Navy suffered only one set-back in their eight game tourna-
T ment encounters that at the hands of Memphis. They dropped a
Sunday and more potential players -
: showed up than previous I close 1513and 15-4 meet last Wednesday but rebounded to over-
/ practices. The emphasis was whelm Key West 15-7, 15-5 the same afternoon. Thursday they
) mainly in just getting loose and walked over Pensacola 15-2, 15-0 and then wrapped up the title
taking cuts at the ball as the later that afternoon against Cecil. Jax finished the tournament
players took turns in a two-hour r'I 7-1, followed by Memphis 6-2, Cecil at 5-3, Pensacola 2-6, and
West 0-8.
batting practice. More playersare Key
expected join the ranks By virtue of their title in the 6th Naval District they advancedto
each practice session as basket- yatrr the South Atlantic Regional also played this week at Cecil. Only
ball and volleyball are finishing three teams are entered in the field as Dam Neck, Va. represents
\, playoffs this week. COMFIVE Corpus Christi Tex. represents COMEIGHT, and Jax

The Fliers open the season COMSIX.
.\ .J in possibly two weeks and for 4 ; The winner of this tournament will advance to the All Navy
I sure April 25 at Jax against a Volleyball Championship next Monday at Moffitt Field, Calif.
", Moody Air Force Base.A .

fishing license means 'outdoor -

j, recreation unlimited. The
of fishing license would
price a
about four COUNTER ATTACK -- Dr. Richard Hawse, NATTC dentist,
mean two fishing plugs,
popping bugs or three boxes of stretches out and fires back a shot to score a point In the

worms or crickets. Jax Navy battle against Pensacola Thursday.


I Vappers Hold Playoff Favorite SpotJax


-- Due to the national day 62-61 in a hard fought battle by scores available as the Jax Air
; of mourning set aside Monday in both clubs. A/C Maintenance News went to press.
honor of Dwight D. Eisenhower entered the win column by side- i
all intramural basketball play- lining Communications 56-48 and
\ off games were set back one day. end the tourney early for the ,. .
.
.
In the first round of play Admin Comm quintet. R

dumped Medical 68-50, VAP-62 Medical Out
trounced Ficeur 76-51, 679th
downed Communications 51-44 The third day of play brought ,.." ; <
and NARTU edged out an eight together the two undefeated < :
point win over A/C Maintenance teams, VAP-62 and NARTU, and
62-54. The second day of play in a tough game the,iVappers :,,t =
had VAP-62 and American again withstood the competitionto .; :,
League champions Admin meet- give NARTU their first loss '
ing and the Vappers walked off'' '66-59.. The Air Force .five from ,
i with an easy 66-48: victory to 679th knocked off Medical to eli- ,.,4 ;p -ii-:
remain undefeated in playoff ac- minate them from the tournament "" w't
tion. NARTU also kept a perfect 49-42. A/C Maintenance put an
record by downing 679th 57-47 end to any dreams that Admin
and Medical rebounded to knock may have had by taking'a 53-45
Ficeur out of the tournament victory. Those were the onlyNow
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2 WAYS to FLY!




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STANDBY ,
k StiiY S S

ac 'TEAM WORK -- Two Jax Navy volleyball players work to-

1/2 a. gether to jam a point' ,home_ against Pensacola as the Jax
team went on to capture the district crown Thursday at Cecil -

I Field.

i( FARE Intramural Bowling StandingsAmerican

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ANY DAY OF Continental
GIRL NEXT DOOR If the Tippers 18-6 Chokers 22-2
THE WEEK!
Data Techs 20-8
lovely Margaret Laverdy is any Sky, Warriors 19.5-4.5
No. V indication of the girl next door Strikers 19-9 17-7
; 'one can understand why Las Mad Foxes 19-9 Weapons
,III I Vegas' is a rapidly expandingcity. Pin Pushers 15-9 Marine Bks. 19-9
::8J Las Vegas News Bureau MARTD # 1 "16-8.
Photo. National -
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Atlantic
AOMD # 2 21-3
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Pin Spotters 15-9
Outcasts 15-9 Gator Airline: },,',', ,: 16-8

;r 4 FARE 11114 Otto's Gorillas 15-9 UNCLES'f. 13.5-6.5
/ SSiu Faid, Folks 17-11 White Hats :' ? 13-7
Electrons 17-11
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Hospital Asks Cooperation I _. I


I in Cutting 'Walk in' Calls | NATTC: Behind' The Scene

By Phillis,,, Harkins, _

Jax -- The commanding r at the hospital fully realize thatan Cdr. James S. McNeely, military tion and answer period after the LCdr. DJ. Evers, training officer .
of theNaval Hospital has appealed anxious mother has more con- personnel officer atNATTC, presentation, the members asked congratulated the class and
to all military personnel and their cern. was guest speaker at the monthly many questions about thenuclear presented them diplomas.
dependents who use the local me- meeting of the Kiwanis Club on power plant at McMurdo Base Magazu received an Honor
dical facility to help cut down on The hospital is asking that March 27. which was held at the which is the Navy's first land Certificate In addition to his
the number of unscheduled and servicemen ask their depen- Sea Turtle Restaurant at the based nuclear electric plant. diploma from AEC-G2 Russell E.
after hour visits for treatment. dents to inventory their own reasoning Beaches. After all the views of snow Lundberg, USCG Instructor at
The hospital staff is quick to before making a sponta- Approximately 50 members of and ice, Cdr. McNeely ended AEV (B) School. Prior to attending -
treat real emergencies, but has neous visit to the hospital. Many the Kiwanis Club enjoyed the 30 his presentation with slides of AEA) School, Magazu
become increasingly pushed in beds at the hospital are occupiedwith minute presentation on Antarc- Diamond Head and Waikiki Beachin went through boot camp at Cape
order to handle non-emergency young men who have received tica which included slides of Mc- order to warm up the audience. May, N. J. Upon completion of
wounds inVietnam,there ************** he transferred to the
school was
patients after normal working Murdo Base South Pole Station, ,
hours. fore, the staff has Increased its Plateau Station, Hallett Station AOl W.P. Daily was honor- Coast Guard Air Station,Brook-
handle the efforts many times over recent out of 19 students graduating N. Y.
To help thousands of and Byrd Station. South Pole man lyn
the .
years to meet medical needsof 4
out-patients which normally visit the and Byrd Stations are housed from Class 839 of the Avia-
the hospital for medical assis- wounded as well as de- completely underground.Cdr. tion Ordnanceman School, Class
tance, the out patient clinic pendents. McNeely also Included "B" on March 25. His average LCdrs. Brinton R. Shannon and
operates on an appointment sys- Instances of repeated abuse of slides of the wintering over was 87.73 John R. Edwards from Coast
tem. With this system, both the medical privileges by dependentshas period, a situation which has not LCdr. Billy M. Harkins,training Guard Headquarters, Washington -
hospital staff and the many dependents been brought to the attentionof been experienced by many people. officer,congratulated) the students D. C. visited the Aviation
realize the efficiencyof the sponsor's commanding officers The sun sets on April 23 and and presented them with Electrician's Mate and Aviation
the appointment method over for action at other instal- rises again on August 18. diploma, the honorman receivedan Ordnancemen Schools on March
the "walk in*' system. It allows lations. It is hoped that military During the 10 minute ques- Honor Student Certificate and 25 26. The purpose of the visit ..
the staff to operate smoothlyand personnel within the Jax Navy an AO School cigarette lighter. was to review the curricula of
dependents have a much community will seek the help of Air Station Facility Petty Officer Daily was trans- the special course for Coast
shorter waiting time before their dependents in making such ferred to the USS Independence Guard students at AO School In
getting in to see a doctor.In actions unnecessary locally.In Bank RetiresEdwin which is" homeported in Nor- order to extend It and add more
announcing that the number seeking the cooperation of Manager folk, Va. classes.
of after hours visits to the hos- local personnel and dependents ************** The course was originally established -
in down In the Guard took the for a 5.5 week periodand
pital has grown to as many as cutting drastically O. Clements, managerof The Coast
35 each night and 100 on week. numbers of patients visiting the the Barnett First National honors at the Aviation Elec- included hand tools,adminis-
ends, the hospital said that onlya hospital after hours and without Facility at NAS Jacksonville for trician's Mate School,Class A" tration, math, physics, electri-
very small percentage of the appointments, the hospital's the past 26 years, retired Mon- again on March 27 when Class city, guns and munitions. It has
visits were actually emer- commanding officer stressed that day after 43 years of service 842 graduated. Honorman was been extended to 8.5 weeks and
gencies. The general practice emergency care will be provided with the bank. ANAE Richard C. Magazu with includes more classes on elc-
clinic has experienced an increase promptly by his staff. The Savannah, Ga. native join- an average of 92.98. The over- trinity and added classes on pub
of up to 30 per cent more All servicemen can aid the hospital ed Barnett First National in 1925 all class average was 77.31. lications.
visits because of people arrivingfor by helping in cutting down as a bookkeeper. He later work-
medical care without an ap- these non-essential visits. Me- ed in transit, analysis, savings,
pointment.In dical benefits are normally con- as a'teller and then as head
order to be fair to those sidered the biggest "bonus" by teller. When the bank openedIts
patients with appointments, the men and women in uniform. The NAS facility in 1943, Cle-
hospital row treats those without hospital staff deserves all our ments was named manager. He
appointments on a time available help in providing the finest me- was elected an assistant cashierof IT'S
basis. They will then be given dical assistance to us and our the bank 15 years ago.
only symptomatic treatment and families. Much of Clements' free time .

referred for an appointment at a Remember, call for an appoint- has been spent at the Boys Homeof 1111
later date when necessary.At ment first, telephone 7712283. Jacksonville.$1oat .
the same time the hospital
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past weekend was very solemn in the United States VP-5 30'NAfc
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