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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Advancement Results Return to Station :.1.1FOR



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First Promotees Sew \.




On Stripes Wednesday ,I.Jax I.


-- The waiting game has ended here for February test w
'
takers with 295 people learning they have a new crow coming tout :

of the commands reporting results to Jax Air News. Results

T. I show that February series must have been unusually
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for local -
hopefuls
promotion
tough
Below are the results for
with nearly half; of those
the air station:: :
taking the exams, 430 out of 890
Hi participants; failed out of reporting CPO advancements for this
units.There's month include SFC L. Martin, .
still hope for 139 who I HMCD Morris and SKC D.\tin e,t. i
Lw were listed as PNA (Passed; Not New first class petty officers

Advanced), Seen are still sweating will be ATI H. Brandon, SKIJ.
i
;: i because of performance, or Crews, AQ1 E. Durkee MM1

other errors found by the examining D. Hale, ENl L. Keough, AQl
i center's computer, and an K. Larson, All C. McCue, AKl
additional; 19 were designated E. telser, RM1 C. Richard,

CHARITY-The Jacksonville United Fund got a shot in the arm when RAdm. J. Stroh. strikers off the exams. ENl J. Sims, HAIL Sorensen,
ComFairJax, and Congressman Charles E. Bennett presented a check for $60,968.23 to United By pay grade, 26 men and women and ATI L. Wise.
will be advanced to chief Those moving to E-5 include -
Fund president Noyce Fanning. The check cash donations up
represents by military personneland
petty officer between April and ETN2 R. Bailey, RM2 R.
federal civilian employees in the Jax area. The entire total in donations came to $283, September. Sixty learned they Beard, AZ2 T. Cregan AC2 D.

000 the balance to be made up from payroll deductions. Also present for the presentationwere have been selected for first class, Daniel A02 G. French, ETN2

(I to r) Capt. D.A. Hempson, NAS Jax supply officer, Douglas McAllister Admiral Stroh, 83 move up to second and 126 Funchess, ATR2 J. Kovach, AC2

FanningCongressman Bennett and Boyd Guttery. Times-Union Photo by Judge May enter the petty officer ranks for M. Kraus, ATR2 McGaughey,
the first time as E4s. ATN2 R. Mozingo RM2 J. Pat-

Those who failed to earn their :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::
: .: ,. : : first crow will be given another

i .N E e chance for promotion in early More Promotions ;

May in a speciaINa\'y-wideexam <
series for E-4. Others will haveto On Page

hit the books until the August :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

series.A ton, CS2 N. Ramirez, YN2 B.
majority of the promotionsare Slade, AMH2 Steininge, MM2
Published b1 the Holt Publtduna Company,a private firm Opinions enpreased by the publisher and writers herein are tnetrown and not to bt considered in oincl. lal ripreaitlon of any
tntlltary department.The appearance of advertisement In.this publication does not comtltut an endorsement of any military department of the products or wrvlcM advertised. effective Wednesday,with the Stringfel, ETN2 K. Turner,ETR2
VOL. 27 NO. 3 u. s. NAVAL AIR STATION.JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA APRIL 10. 1969 last selected due to sew on new Vicknair, ASE2 WhitlockandAE2
crows in September. C. Wilson.

Those joining the petty officer -


t Military Pay Boost Set July 1 for 12.5% A03 PR3 C.C.ranks Baker Alvare this,,ATN3 AZ3 month M.J.Ashley will Baker be,,

AK3 H. Bartsch, DP3 T. Bass,
AC3 W. Bowman, CYN3 Bresna,1,1
The much talked about Hubbell "Now we wish to have the recommendations for major revisions way in anticipation of installing a han,. ATR3 E. Brown, SK3 D. .
Pay Plan and similar studies to findings of that analysis critically in the military pay system revised pay system effective on Caddis, ASE3 Champlin, AE3
boost military pay have been returned .examined, possible with the resulting from the initiativesof that date will be suspended" Chandler PN3 Clelghton. RM3 I
to study status In favor of help of an independent outside this study cannot be completed"until The new basic pay scale, HM3 R. ATN3D.
: an approximately 12.5' percent organization, with qualificationsin after July 1, 1969. Ac- figured on a pay raise of 12.6 Connelly, Cooper,
A03 L.
Cox A03
July 1 pay raise. the compensation field. cordingly, preliminary data pro- percent: in basic pay'is, listed. Courier .I..
Cureton SI<3 D. EMS
Jt CushIng,
The percentage increase in "As to timing, this means that cessing and related work under- onPage 6. '
under B. Darling, ATN3 T. Dunaway, ;
basic is mandatory
pay A03 R. Dunn AE3 Ether i'dge, t
law and is already included ,
existing in the federal budget. Orange Park Garden Club AC3 M. Ewing, DC3 E. Fason,
A03 Florence, DTP3 D. Forte,
While action on modernization ; -
pay PR3 J. Gaughan and AE3 Grant-
will have to wait for more
and recommendations, RoadJax ham.Also
studies Dedicates Memorial AC3 R.Grass SK3 Green-
.
the Secretary of Defense has an-
well, A03 S. Groce, CS3 C. Harden -
nounced his) thoughts on military M.
AC3 Hardrick ADJ3
-- Nearby Orange Park unveiled local spirit of hospitality and cooperation Florida Federation of Garden ,
Heck MR3 K. AC3 S.
pay.Secretary Melvin R. Laird a plaque dedicating High- is legendary throughout Clubs, Mrs. Farshing, and Mrs. Hopson ATN3
AE3 J. Hulsey,
said, "I wish to underscore my way 17 to men and women In the the Naval service and congratu- TJ. Williams, chairman of the Hughes ATN3W.
YN3 R. Jester,
interest in the importance due all Blue Star Memorial Highway Hutcheson
own personal Armed Forces during ceremony lations are certainly EM3
MU3 L. Leeds
Landers ,
of military pay, and I Friday making the road a part citizens of the area for the keen Committee of the Orange Park, R. Lenz AMS3, Lukrofka, A03
wish to ensure that revisions of the Blue Star Memorial High- Interest shown in the Navy and Garden Club, conducted cere- Masucci
J. ,
K. Marek, ADJ3
"
recommended are equitable. way system. and for making it a welcomed mony. .
AE3 D. Meitl A03 F. Mershon
He went on to obseve that, The town's Garden Club spear- part of their way of life." Mrs. Williams said the dedi- ATR3 R. Moore, AC3 J. Mulino,
"After consulting with concerned headed the drive to place the He continued just as cation of the marker was the CS3 A. Oettel
committee leaders in the Con plaque on the highway and bring we always need men and women climax of a story that began when ASH3 L. Oberg,
gress and the Bureau of Budget, the nation-wide:: Blue Star High- who are willing to.face the chal- the Orange Parr Garden Club and ATN3 W. Orr.
I find it unlikely that action should way system to more than 30,000 lenges of a military life,men and passed a resolution to attemptto And AC3 J. Purser; CS3 Quil-

': be expected on the above programby miles as a lasting tribute to women who will serve their have a marker authorized
July 11 I have, therefore the country's men and women in fellowmen and country, we will for the area. (Continued on Page 2))

requested that action,on the Pay uniform. In their honor, the always need persons like you ladies ......... -..... r ---
Modernization Bill be postponedand system is dedicated to keepingour of the garden clubs who are r w
that its provisions be thou- country beautiful. dedicated and give unselfishly of
roughly reexamined. Dignataries from Orange Park, their time and effort to providethe
"11le subject of military pay the Jacksonville Naval Air Station backup, the recogniton, and

as it pertains ,to relationships and the Florida Federationof support that makes our Armed
between those in the Services, Garden Clubs were on hand Forces in general, and our Navyin i 1 4
as well as those in the civilian to dedicate the Blue Star Me- particular the great organizations -
sector is' highly important and morial Highway marker which they are today." 1 lI

complex. The military pay sys- reads: Capt. Cutler praised the dedication -

tem must reflect the most care- as a fitting and I .
ful consideration of the needs of A tribute to the Armed Forces appropriate community gestureon '
those in the Services and should that have defended the the part of the garden cltb of w
serve the objective of attractingand United States of America Orange Park, the Florida
retaining people of the required Federation of Garden Clubs, the
competency in our defense Members of the club, their National Council of State Garden IP
system. To this end, an guests and dignataries were Clubs and the Florida. State
analysis of military pay has already welcomed by Dan Patterson, Road Department."
been accomplished under vice-mayor of Orange Park. Boy Mrs. Daniel Kelly, chairmanof
the able direction of Rear Ad- Scout Troop #414 and Brownie the Blue Star Memorial High-
miral Lester Hubbell. Troop #?216 opened the cere- way committee of the Florida Federation -
mony with the Pledge of Allegiance of Garden Clubs, then
following the presen- related how, back in the mid-
tation of the Colors by a Marine 1940's, a few people of the Na-
WHAT'S INSIDE Corps Color Guard from the tional Council erected the first
I
I air station. The Com FalrJ ax Blue Star Memorial Highway

i Band then accompanied soloist marker in New Jersey. It was
Editorials..2 i i Henry McCall in a rendition of meant then, as it is now, to bea
!, Club Schedules . .2 "America the Beautiful." "living memorial" for all who

H A TT C. . . .4 Mrs. D.D. Farshing Jr., pre- have served, are serving and will BLUE STAR UHVEI LING.-Ladles Federation from the of Garden Orange Clubs Park
sident of the Orange Park gar- serve to protect the United Statesof Garden Club and the Florida
t: Movies. . . II den Club extended greetings America. participate in the official dedication of the Blue Star Mem-

t Want Ads..I II I It from the club and then introduced The official dedication and unveiling orial Highway marker on Route 17 in Orange Park. They are

t Civil Service. . a 14 Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS commanding of the marker then took (l-r) Mrs. D.J. Kelly, Mrs. Carroll 0. Griffin Mrs. D.D. Far-
officer. place. Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Carrol Williams.
. I 15 .16 shing, Jr., and Mrs. TJ.
Sports. Capt. Cutler said The O. Griffin, president of the

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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


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Editorial View Points] Designed for




'Inv ck of Opportunity' Critical Rates



If one dropped out of high school before receiving their diploma Jax -- The Variable Reenlistment -
they should investigate the possibility of finishing school while still Bonus incentive.Is designedto
in service. Or at least acquire a high school diploma or certificate attract and retain personnel
through the 'General Educational Development (GED) tests offeredby whose skills are critically required -
their branch of the service. in the service for periods
One might have dropped out of formal education, but should keep of additional obligated service.
In mind that the educating process goes on. Qualified individuals with these
Here is where the GED comes in, these tests measure the levelof vital skills are needed In the.
education one has acquired either formally or through informal Navy toady more than ever.
self-education and intellectual growth. The emphasis is the GED Therefore,this incentive must remain -
tests is to measure one's ability to think clearly to interpret to oriented toward retainingsuch
comprehend and to evaluate. personnel in greater num-
The tests determine whether one has acquired the equivalent of a bers and for periods of serviceIn
high school education.The excess of that already obli-
high school GED tests, at present, consist of five parts: gated by extensions for otherca-
Correctness and effectiveness of expression social studies natural Jax .. AMS3 H.G. Selig (left) and AMS2 J.M. Jansen of reserve reer benefits.
sciences, interpretation of literary materials and general mathematIcal squadron VP-22L7 from NAS Los Alamitos, Calif. finish repair Personnel reenlisting up to one
ability. work on the wheel of one of the squadron's SP-2H Neptunes. The year prior to expiration of
.1./' ,'.. : ..... '. "' "' "'::6J:""r."" .., West Coast squadron arrived for two weeks training with five listment under the provisionsof en-

; t. ': >< t 3't1.: .: :: t. Neptunes and five crews under the command of Cdr. Billy Blank. BuPers Manual, will be per-
'ff : }i During their stay at Jax they are taking familiarization and instrument mitted to reenlist only for aperiod

.. '.. .. : "Ir!. training on the Neptune and also rocket ordnance train- which exceeds the total
: ::' ":- He LP ;' : ing. The squadron includes 21 officers and 81 enlisted men. They service obligation, including any
; WANW ; will depart Jacksonville tomorrow completing their reserve duty. agreements to extend their enlistment

: ,. .; by at least one year.
a t \ Club Schedules I

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.:"jt>, ,".1'\. '' blue Jackets Inn Divine, ServicesROMAN
'r.
.. : \ .'F .t"S :. fet and Wednesday is steak night.
/j-11.;..' "'': : The band with the new sound, The Chessmen will provide the
.. I ,' : The Soul Challengers will per- music for dancing Saturday night.

; form at the club tonight and every u.s.o. CATHOLICSt.
i Thursday night during April. The
The Commission of Accreditation of Service Experience has rec- group will also perform Tues- Tomorrow, from 8 to 11 p.m. Edwards Chapel

ommended minimum passing scores acceptable for civilian and military day night. Back by popular demand the Jacksonville University SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.
use. This recommendation is of an advisory nature, however, the Fabulous Runawayswill Dance Theatre members will DAILY MASS11:30
and does not guarantee that any school or state department of edu- be on stage tomorrow and perform for the servicemen at the SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
cation will grant a diploma or equivalence certificate on the basisof Phil Cay's Qiantels will be under USO Club 318 North Ocean St., Confessions a.m.
will be
the GED test. Each state establishes its' own standard for the the lights Saturday night. Jacksonville. The dance numbers held on
granting of diplomas or equivalency certificates.The The Standard Production will will be taken from their concert Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30: a.m.
Commission's recommended scores are, however acceptedby be on stage Sunday afternoon, April' 10, at the Jacksonville instead of Saturday.U. .
all services and most civilian establishments as equivalent to followed by the U.F.O'sbeginning University Auditorium. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
high school graduation. In the case of those who desire to continue at 8 p.m. Sunday and again Wed- Music for the evening will be
their education, some business and trade schools will accept GED nesday. furnished by the Epics band. St. Luke's Chapel

tests as a basis for taking an entrance examination.If CPO Club Wednesday nights Al Albert is SUNDAY MASS8:00
one does not have a high school diploma'the GED tests mightbe host MC for the ,Disc, Jockey PROTESTANT a.m.
that 'knock of opportunity" they have been waiting for and a Entertainment for the weekend show The free movie this week WORSHIP
broad avenue to better things. includes The Clubs tomorrow SERVICES10:00'a.m.: .
will be"A, Very Special Favor!:! .
See your education officer for further information on a brighter night and Mel Gaden'Saturday.. PROTESTANT
future through education.;See him today. (AFPS) Family menu specials include All Saints .
Promotions Chapel
seafood platter Friday; sirloin
steak, Saturday; prime rib roast SUNDAY
'Cooptrafioi WlIIIoIt CO.Iro.ls., Sunday; fried chicken, Tuesday; (Continued from Page I) Church School9:00: a.m.
rib eye steak,Wednesday and pizr
#
Bldg. 722
ligan, AE3 B. Reed, AC3 W.
By LCdr. R.L. Roberson, CHC zas, Thursday. Rogers DTG3 C. Schaff, AE3 Junior Church 10:00: a.m. I
Officers Club Sheffield, AC3 N. Smith, ADR3D. Bldg. # 722

"Cooperation without compromise"---thisds the motto of the Navy Tuesdays and Thursdays Is Tiller, CS3 Valentin, AE3S. Divine Worship Service 10
Chaplain Corps---and it works 1 1 beefeaters night at the"0"Club. Walk, DP3 B. Weaver, ETR3 a.m. Bldg. # 750 \
A Navy man recently said: "I have been: impressed by the way Friday night Is fish and chips H. Werner, ADR3 R. Widener, Episcopal Communion 8:30-
Chaplains of different faiths seem to get along so well." The ability, night; Saturday is the champagne CNY3 Williams and PH3 L. a.m.
to tolerate and still hold one's own convictions is an absolute special; Sunday is thefamilybufr Wright.S. Small Chapel Bldg. #750
necessity not only for the Chaplain Corps, but for any democratic Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
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Bldg. 722
society. T Bajorek and D. Johnson
Like the "horse and carriage," tolerance and conviction must will advance to HMC July 16 and TUESDAY
never be separated. Conviction without tolerance is dictatorial. J Traffic AOC Cunningham will be advanced Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
Tolerance without conviction leads to frustration.The j jI August 16.Advancing. Bldg. # 750WEDNESDA
plague of our society is this: we have rebelled against the to first class In YNavigator's
evil of intolerance so much that in our rebellion we have lost muchof September will be ADJ1 D. Bar- Bible Class 7
our conviction. Our present situation is similar to the man who Violations \IThe lar ST1 W. Mangine, AS1] J. p.m. Bldg. ff 722
fleeing from the bear, ran headlong into the open jaws of the lion. Moore, PNl J. Quinn, YNl R. THURSDAY
Thus we have been called "the uncommitted generation. Rudd and A01 Stoodley. Movingup Junior Choir Rehearsal 4
We respect a man for his conviction and his right to that con- following is a report of to the E-5 ranks In Septemberwill p.m.-Bldg. # 750
viction, but we err if we think it is true just because he believesit motor vehicle accidents and traf- be AO2 J. Aulsy, ETN2 J. Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
fic violations for the
to be true. period Bennett, HM2 W. Brittle, YN2 Bldg. # 722
One belief is not as good as another if they are opposites. Black March 25 31. Hartsuff, JO2 J. Kobus AMS2 Christian Science Service -
Number of Accidents
remains black no matter how strongly I may believe it to be green.It McDonald and:! ATN2 D. Pivato. 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
is not black because'* I believe it to be black. Its.blackness is not This week --------5 '!. .---.........; L
Total accidents this year through
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dependent upon my belief. wr-t
March 31 - - -id -
Conviction is never re-inforced by Intolerance. Tolerance without Number of accidents through -- ?' .

conviction does not build sturdy character.,One without the other Is March 1968 - -69 ;
distasteful to both God and man. Total number of days,since last W Y

injury in a motor vehicle ci- ti $
dent - - 158
Number of Violations
This week - - -88
aA> xA.. i :x* N S
Speeding - - -16
Reckless Driving - 3 Cd
Going through stop sign -4
The JAX AIR NEWS 'is. a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper Other violations - -65

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air' Station, Thirty five drivers appeared -

Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing' Company, a before the Traffic Hearing Lt .
private' firm. All Copy submitted for use 'In the JAX AIR Board on April 3. Dispositionof fR S
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box the cases Included the following -
6 lost driving and
2, NAS Jacksonville; by 12:00 : park-
noon on Monday before pub-
ing privileges aboard station for
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone
various periods; 2 were assigned -
772 3118 or 3119.
to complete an eight hour

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries course in rememdial driving; 6 EASTER BUNNY GOES AIRBORNE From
nam Florida to Viet-
concerning' such should be directed to: received suspensions; 14 were may be the longest hop eVer
Bunny but attempted by the Easter
given warnings; 7 were dismissed with the aid of
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ; 6 were fined (U. S. trouble at all delivering tl NARIU &l18 he should have no _
Jacksonville, Fla 32210 Telephone 388 2755 Commissioner); and:! 1 referredto cards to the men in 10 USanS of baskets candies and
commanding officers for pos- The Easter military hospitals in South Vietnam.
VOL. 27 NO. 3 APRIL 10, 1969 sible disciplinary action. Four- Heart Foundation presents of R r/lleCted? and boxed by the Purple

. teen drivers were assessed 39 Gary Bliss ( ) and loaded on the C'118 by AE3
traffic points. Naval Alr'l. both of Jacksonville's -
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10, 1969 AX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 :;

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I Navy Jets Interdict Foe ,;.tb: ,:7'" ';w'',.fI-,:,'" ''r.'..1f.' ,....,i: :/..;,, .. .. t1Y'4wi"' YO, 1f',,F.';,.:Y_;'..;. 1\ "' .' S..II,.. TrriftfoN'AS New ;;
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:;" ; ;> \\ :" \."\' :. CECIL \'A-1 6 recently 1
RVN Fifty-four attack Navy jets from the USS Coral t : ;'"' : :i.1 : \' ,{J: presented a pair of squadron -
,
sortes were flown last week in Sea and Carrier Air Wing 11 awards that have become an
South Vietnam t : annual tradition. Lieutenant
by Seventh Fleet continued to hamper the enemy's
jets. The carrier USS Coral efforts to bring in supplies. : James A. Padgett received the
Sea launched 27 of the strikes Forty-one sorties were flown t $ Leadership Achievement Award,
with the remaining 27 being flown by Navy pilots including A4 Sky- : and A01 A.E. Huuki received the )
by Carrier Air Wing II. hawks, A6 Intruders, A7 Cor- Petty Officer Leadership Ac-
Damage assessment by air sairs and F4 Phantoms., Other hievement Award. Commander
spotters included 23 enemy damage assessment provided by \V.L. Clarke Jr., thenCO of VA-
structures and five bunkers destroyed air spotters included 22 struc- 106,made the awards.
,
or damaged and eight tures and two bunkers destroyedor The annual presentation is
supply routes interdicted.Radar- damaged, three sampans dam.' made in memory of VA-1013 petty
controlled strikes were unableto aged and two secondary fires. officers who gave their lives a-
provide, damage assessment.A4 Skyhawks from the Coral Sea ,. ," ;'\ : : board the USS Forrestal while
Skyhawks and F4 Phantoms j" ,'' ,\ < serving in the Gulf of Tonkin.
bombed an enemy supply route : \".\ t ;" '
,
from the Coral Sea hit at enemy 60 miles ((96 km) southwest of ,, ,.1 j,, ""':.4,,>:3." ,t","jjlhi'' '#"I WET GO
1OGE11fE
troop concentrations and bunkercomplexes Danang, cutting it in three places. \\1,\,: .
in support of the 1st Later in the day, other Sky- ,',<,, "">*)..' '," J 0 CAKT MKVt ONE
and 3rd Marine Divisions inpre- hawks cut an enemy supply route 'ttInMOVf"nit 01+ CER ;

dawn and early morning raids. 56 miles ((90 km) southwest of HIS 'N' HERS..VA-37 wives, not to be outdone by the "' N11111d/ albTT // //,
Lt. Cdr. Alvin K. Allen 34, Danang and also reported two
"Mad Bull" emblem of their menfolk have
with
of come up the !
Waynesboro, Miss., led Sky- bunkers destroyed or damaged. +/
hawks from Attack Squadron 216 Enemy waterborne logistics lefthand emblem for their own group, which meets the second

against a target 13 miles ((21 km) craft hidden under brush alonga Thursday of each month at the NAS Cecil Fellowship Hall.
southeast of Danang. He reported river 22 miles ((35 km) south-
"Our target was a complex of southeast of Danang were tar- Edward W. Rogenski received len and ADJ2 Edward L. Ka- :
bunkers and structures near the gets for other Coral Sea Sky- letters of commendation for letch for "sustained superior ;
mouth of the Cua Dai River mouth. hawks. "sustained superior performance performance" during the de- :1
i
Our FAC (Forward Air Con- during the same.deploy- ployment. Terrell'sTavern

troller) marked the exact posi- ment. Sidewinders is ;
tion with smoke and we droppedour In another ceremony, the Spaik.
500-pound bombs on the flat, squadron skipper presented the i
On March 14,Commander D.E.
Navy Commendation Medal
sandy beach area. Four bunkers to
Lt James A. and Gordon, Commanding Officer of ;
and Padgett Ltjg
one structure were destroyed -
VA-86, and three other "Sidewinders" -
Marshall E. Bartholomew. "Ex- I II
with another bunker and structure -
<:'s
flew NAAS
to Kings-
damaged.'* cellence in service and per-
CECil ville (Texas) to deliver career
formance of cited.
An enemy suppy route was Strike/Flight duty"Air Medals were information talks to student pilots 8: 4527 120th ST.-YUKON %::.
went
interdicted in two places as Phan-
here. Gordon before Advanced -
to Ltjg Richard F. Carlberg and spoke
toms from Fighter Squadrons 151 Training Command I POOL TABLES i
Ltjg Edward J. Wolf for ten
and 161 combined to strike the
Squadrons VT-21, 22, and 23. .
target 60 miles((96 km)southwestof aerial strikes against hostile The of his talks the : : ::: ;:
Danang.In ground forces Again, the subject was | BEER; ::: FOOD I::
awards for the WestPac mission of the A-7 "Corsair II",
other missions, Coral Sea deployment.were and its. important role in today'sNavy. PS AM f to 2 AM Mon thru Sat. : '

aviators bombed enemy bunkers, Letters of commendation were I: TERRELL CANNON 1i ::
storage areas and troop concen- also presented to ADJ1 Bobby R. Lieutenant Tom Vaooer Woude, : ,.
trations in an area northeast of Minish, AO1Arnold J. Hunk and Lieutenants (Junior Grade) |i AKC USN (nt.) owner j
;
:*
Khe Sanh and south of the DMZ.
AT1 Ferris R. Hardy, ATN2 Ed- Bob Purrington and John Vosnell 15
Eary morning darkness.precluded ward W. Handke, ATN2 Rickey assisted assisted with questionand ,. formerly BONNIE & CLYDE ::
damage assessment.A7 D. Newbey, AMN2 Emmel T. Al- answer periods which followed :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Corsairs from Air Wing {r'VA the presentation.
I .
concentrations

(6 km) southeast and nine mines -106 Awirds .' /I 1 t
((14 km) west of Hoi An. FACs
NAS CECIL Officers
._ reported 10 military structures and 'men of Attack 106,
destroyed with 11 more heavily 'Squadron
returned from 'a combat -
". damaged.Six 1 recently deployment in the Western :
infiltration and -
routes enemy were interdicted supply by Pacific, have ,been cited,in several in'teverything
ceremonies for meritorious -
Corsairs and Phantoms in an area Money
service.
approximately 50 miles ((80 km) : Commander John H. Hams,

' Enemy troop concentrations now CO of the squadron, recently
4 were hit by Skyhawks and Cor-
,,,, presented Navy Achievement
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, sairs nine miles (14 km) northeast -
." Medals ADCS Gerald F. Lapp,
. ..... and 15 miles ((24 km) north- AOCS William G. Ward and ADC
of Khe Sanh and 28 miles
west ;Cullen D. Sanford. The chiefs
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I ';'. :' No damage assessment was
I "!.'":,:., achievement during the deploy-
available. ]ment. AMCS William A. Burns,
Eight enemy supply routes ATC John M. Eccleston and AEC
were reported interdicted as

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t I NATTC: Behind The Scene iJax i


t k By Phillis I Hark,

\, Lackland AFB, Texas weeks but the course has been
-- Graduation ceremonieswere foVTight weeks prior to his arrival cancelled. He will be returningto
t held In Building 512 for Upon com Thailand around April 13.
Class 841 of the Aviation Elec- at NATTC. ************
he was
\ trician's Mate School Class pletion of his training to Graduation ceremonies were

k Y 3 "B. (Intermediate) April LCdr.1. attend e th? AEA to Jacksonville) School, then held Friday for 16 members of
Class average was 76.23.
; Class 69-13 Leadership Schoolat
DJ. Evers training officer con AEIB( ) School. in Jackson- the Naval Air Technical Train-
'" gratulated the students and:! pre During his stay Hall.
ville, Lt. Darmaraksa visitedSt. 'ing Center's King Com-
sented diplomas. and Miami. He pany Commander was Merle J.
diplomas Augustine
the -
W. Prior to presenting that the "school is Cornell MM1. from NA TIC.
indicated
William E. Cooke
AE1 ," and that "the commanding Capt. H.P. Kline commanding
gr 333y $ received an Air Medal Certificate very good the
for meritorious achievement officer was very kindto officer, congratulated men
and presented their diplomas.
for the me.
in aerial flight period
scheduled Honorman for the class was
Lt. Darmaraksa was
I. November 9. 1967 January 25
RM1 Donald Borrello from VP-
Tradevman
attend the
1968. Petty Officer Cooke had to
received the medal before coming Class A School at NATTC 16. He also received an Honor
,. to the Naval Air Technical Training Memphis for approximately 10 Certificate from Capt. Kline.
Center.
\ Honorman for the class was
a'< AE2 George R. Speights with an t
LOOK OUT BELOWi-Ltjg.! Mike Field ,shows fifth graders average of 84.82. He receivedan
\ from the Forest Hills Elementary School how VP-16 aircraft Honor Certificate in addition -
launch sonobouys in their search for submarines. The chil to his diploma. Speightswill
I dren toured the aircraft after seeing a movie about a typical also receive a Letter of
Patrol Squadron 16 mission. Commendation which is being
forwarded to his next Com-
m&&m&Nivd: : : : :: :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;;:":::;:::;:;:;:;:;:?:::::::::::::;:::::: mand Attack Squadron 155 at
the Naval Air Station Lemoore
+; Hospital, Apptiitatiit Disk Calif.
Among the graduating studentswas
5 Out Patient Clinic a Thailand officer, Lt. Suc- Ord x;,+wiSr
hin Darmaraksa of the Royal p
< Thai Navy. His average was
772-2283 88.13.Lt. S .
Darmaraksa arrived in
f Pediatrics 772-2281 Obstetrics 772-2285 the United States in March 1968 & ti1.E_ Ji-
for the first time. He attended

(Ed. Note--In the last issue of the Jax Air News the number an English Language Training r 8. Poy ,yp E ;
Course the Defense
at Language
of the Naval Hospital appointment desk was inadvertentlygiven Institute English Language
I as 771-2283. This is not the correct number. Personnelare
requested to dial 772-2283 for appointments.) '

,' ,-' : ::XX : :: : ,: ,, ::: : >'&, .RMI 1 Borrello from Kline
IftWSWSStfS ;: $: *: : : :: $ <; < ::x>$ X: <" receives honor certificate Capt.
t

t Say Aloha VP-16 On the MoveJax

} to Your Neighbor!
-- Patrol Squadron 16 has Two members of Crew 33,
been on the move in training and Ltjg.' Don''Giles and Ltjg. Jerry
DRIVE a "recruiting" lately. Gantt are recent ,Auburn gra-
TO It's a rare sight to see a duates., These two Eagles recruited -
P-3A aircraft three hundred mil old friends and class-
es inland, especially circling a mates while Lt. Bill Dupont explained -
: I college campus instead of a sub- the squadron's mission'and '
: marine. Ltjg. Jim Lynch coveredthe
tfE
HAWAIIDAYTONA std Lt. Dick Dyers and Crew 33 pilot training program. Fol-
of the, squadron weren't really lowing a queston and answer
lost last week. They were taking session, the Midshipmen were
BEACHH4W44" the squadron's slide presen- given a ride in the aircraft.In .
', tation and aircraft to the NROTC another phase of their "re-
unit at Auburn University, Au- cruiting," VP-16 followed a"ne
fS'l burn, Ala. The Eagles annually ver too early" policy.
visit various colleges in the Only one sure "recruit" but
:% Southeast to indoctrinate the many happy faces resulted from
ii Lt. Darmaraksa Midshipmen and arouse interest
in patrol aviation. .(Continued on Page 14))
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Al Beard club vice president starts HO engines down track j
with the flip of a switch.Model. I,
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Railroaders Keep Iron horse Era AliveJax it

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-- Navymen spend their off foot of standard size track and operate the trains over the com- the nation's major railroads plus will bring back memories of
duty hours in a variety of ways, equipment.Club plicated series of tracks and those used as early as 1840. youth to a visitor who many
but perhaps the most unusual are membership is open to active switches from a control board Evertsen spends many hours in years ago thought about becoming .
those who can sing, "I've been and retired military overlooking the entire layout in research and building to designa i a railroad man. The only ]
working on the railroad*' just:: personnel and their dependents. Bldg. 897.! car to the exact scale of regular thing missing is the lonesomewail
to.pass the time away. Members donate a dollar a pay Al Beard, a retired Navymanwho equipment. of a freight train movingon
The "railroad" is located In day to buy additonal track,swIt- works at the Naval Air Rework Watching the small cars fly and the friendly smile and
the station's hobby shop complexand ches and other equipment to expand Facility Instrument Shop down the club's endless track wave of an engineer.
those who operate the trains the club's layout. >Meetings has belonged to the club for several -
are members of the Model Rail- are held Friday evenings at 7 years and is now servingas
road Club. and the club has invited anyone its vice president. Beard said
interested in model railroading to he became interested in model INTRODUCTORYOFFER
Headed by AX3 Dave Evertsen visit the club. railroading in 1932 when he received -
of the Naval Air Reserve TraIn- Over 1,000 feet of track has his first model train. In
ing Unit here club members been laid by members with a the years since he has collected -
spend evenings and weekends lay- double-track mainline, plus over 200 cars. Beard has 23
ing track building towns and many additional feet of sidetrackat locomotives which range in value
bridges and designing rolling miniature railroad yards. Future from $5 to $24.Evensen .
stock for their miniature rail' plans call for a centralized builds many of his aQua
road. traffic control system to be own cars and has several loco-
Founded 10 years ago by several operated from a main switch- motives worth as much as $100.
110 gage railroad enthusiaststhe: board. The centralized system His cars and engines are replicasof caT
club currently has 10 members will allow model railroaders to equipment currently used by !
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NEWS/AFTERBURNER' April 10,. 1 1969 I

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GI School Benefits



Proposed Military Pay HikeOFFICERS Expanded- for Vets I



changes to the VA educational benefits andean
Recent
Jax -- .
assist in making application
GI Bill" provide increased you
"Cold War
educational benefits to the VA. He also can

Par Gf xU Ullcler 2 Over 1 Ova J Over 4 Over t Ovw. Ovet 10 Ov r |12 Over 14 Ova ItSS4I Ov.r IS. Over 20 Over 22 Ovw 26 Adminis- provide you with a VA pamphlet -
0-10 $2.39 2.$44 2.245, through the Veterans which describes all VA
II.''' 2.09
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04 tration. benefits to which military per-
1.794 1.174 1,944 2.024
$1.724
one
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0-1 .. ".4" 1.444 1.160 Previously you earned sonnel are entitled.TRANSPLANT .
0-7 0-4 > ',: 1 1.083 l.2$4 1.31 1.347 1.42 1.546 month of VA educational bene-
04 $924 974 '1.041 I."' 1.183 1,218 1.261 fits for each month of active 1 W
0-4 $734 $714. 79$ $34 $90 940 ,n 1.024 1 1.055 Now, however, you earn
0-3 .L 127 470 741 777 105 $4$ $90 912 duty.
of educational
one-half months -
0-1 450 $34 441S34 443 477 one and
0-1 384 'r" 421 ,, I assistance for each
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\ : I- ', OFFICERS WITH OVER 4 TEARS.EM SERVICE month of active duty.This means ; i.

'!' '.', 9 741 1 777W 105 I4S $90 924 active duty personnel have actually ; .i
002 f. .tl r:, 6'71 191 714 743 '784 earned their maximum 36
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0-1 ;" ."-; $34". 570 591 l 613 434 42$ months of,benefits and may commence -

'-, WARRANT OFFICERS ,... using the benefits after
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W-4 ., (17$70 4$$ 4$4 of two years active -
.. .741 749 79$ $27 completion
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W-I 455 '\ 492 506 $34 563 $8$ 606 627 449 470 491 719 duty.If
W-I 37'- ; '43$ 471 492 $13 534 556 $77 599 620 641 you have used VA educa-
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ENLISTED the VA,
grams administered by .
EfEl 449 664 479 494 709 724 742 $34 you now are authorized a combined 4 re
545 560 $7$ 590 40$ 419SSI 434 672 747 under
months
total of 48
425 440 455 470 48S 500 $22 $37 560 $97 472
C7Et 3SI 373 388 403 41.$ 433 455 470 48$ 493 such programs. Previously your
ESE4 255 314, ,32t2S3 343 366 311 I 394 410 4IS combined maximum educational
214 269 304 321 1\ benefits could not exceed 36
ElEl 155 216 231 244
months.If .
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E.I 123 144 you need high school courses
for refresher or similar train

in order to gain admissionto
The above scale is figured on a basic pay raise of 12.6 per cent. The rates are the J ing a college or university, the n Cfa* .

"approximate basic pay scales and are rounded off to the nearest dollar. Most men and VA will authorize the trainingbut 9 t't'A tl g

women would get a few cents more or less than actually listed on the chart. you will not use any of your

benefits for such training.The .
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correspondence courses has

Your favorite Uncle S also changed. If you are enrolled -
in a correspondence course
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This
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$130 the VA pays you. Pre courtesy of Playboy. Her nameis
U.S. Savings'Bonds 0 viously you used as many months Britt Fredriksen and as you
of benefits as it took you to might have guessed she had no

new i complete the course. problem establishing herself in
Personnel who have completedtwo Yankee land.

Freedom Sharesooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo years of active duty are . .

I encouraged to apply for educa From general math to' trigonometry -
tional benefits from the VA. the United States Arm-

Your Educational Services Officer ed Forces Institute can help you

1 can explain in detail your bone up on your high school math.

Contact the Educational Services
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and
Cooper
q. Trayler, A03 E.
I advancedthis at Pinecastlewill
be
will
TD3 K. Vess and PNC C. Potter. go to TD3 D. Wilford this
If April advancements at Com- month and AE1 Cassavawwill month and TOO R.Smith,September -
Barnhill
f\ FairJax include YN1 J. Conners, TDl in September. 16.
advanced
All T. Freeman.'PH2 B. Baugh, be REUNION PLANNEDThe
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f ri RM2 R.. Hall and
and DPI D. Fegley, Wl Wil- NATTCApril second annual reunion of
, liams, PH2 B. Boyer PH2 G. NAAS Meridian Miss.,personnelis
Estaver, PH2 C. Hampton, PI 12 advancements at the scheduled to be held April 26
Kreutzer and PH2 R. Wise will training center go to PNC R. at Doctor's Inlet by the Civic
be advanced September 16.VP16 Diller. A01 Brissette, A01 D. League of Orange Park, Fla.
! Fyfe HM1 M. McCann, AEl L. Reservations"must be made by

\ Nau, A01 W. Naylor, AE1 A. April 18.. Interested personnelmay
i Saucier, AO1 E. Schultz, YM1 call Ann Lynch (Orange
April advancements at VP-16 A. Stone. AE1 W. Thomas, IML Park), 264-6968; Rose Smith

RO to AWVC P. Clayton, AWVCG. T. Wilder, AE1 T. Young, SK2 (Jacksonville), 771-1343; or
Dilley AEC R. Mills, YN1 J. D. Mullins, ATN3 R.Arnold,A03 Hladys Brown (Mayport), 246-
Abbott, All Ingerson, ADJ1 L. E. Bishop AK3 L. Carlson, A03
Rhymes RM1 Singletar, ATI W. T. Duff, BU3 Ferguson, AMS3 8280.RUDY'S
Ward, PN1 D. Watkins, AWA2B. Honeycutt, CYN3 A. l.1.1yers.AE3
Burkett, AE2 R.Davies,AMH2 R. Pawless, SFM3 L. Snyder,
+' J. Gresham, ATN2 R. Scheid, A03 W. Turner, AE3 E. Wallis red carpet inc.
ATR2 J. Starr, CS2 R. Which- and AE3 N. Womack.
ere AZ2 J. White A03 C. Akins, AEC Bardwell,ACC W.Bryan, .
ATR3 C. Cooper, AE3 C. Fry, HMC B. Ellis, AEC R. Haymond OPEN "
and AEC C. Nelson will advance 24 HOURS '.
r ABH3 Morrison, A03 R. Stevens July 16.And .
WELCOME ABOARD-Cdr. H.C. Ablein. VP-S skipper welcomes and YN3 K. Turner. AEC R. Buckner, AOC B.

) Canadian Capt. Lou Arnold to NAS Jax. AXCJ. Bennett, YN1J.Moore, Davis, AEC A. Johnson AEC FOREVER FINE FOOD
AME2 Anderson,AME2 T.Brady, Stricherz. ET1 Stephens. BT1 SERVING THE FINEST
''VII-S AE2 T. Daust AO2 R. Gorey Thurston HM2 R. Freeman and CHOICE FILET MIGNON
H. C di Alrin
\ .ts .it. n and YN2 Valentine will advancein TD2 T. Logan will- be advancedin N.Y.SANDWICHES STRIP-CLUB PREPAREDTO SPECIAL

r r the Mad Air Also rate September 16. September. YOUR SATISFACTION
Tuesday afternoon Fleet Jacksonville. BREAKFAST AT ANY HOUR
Foxes of Patrol Squadron 5 wel- VP-5 briefed the crew on United 1203 So. Lane Ai>e.7819833CALL
comed a crew of Canadian 404 States ASW operations, techni- VW4Advancements FicEur
Squadron from Canadian Forces ques, problems training and the

Base Greenwood, Nova Scotia. general operation for the squad- at the Hurricane CTl R. Andrews, LIl W.Goins, Yi.;;&ems.:
This five-day visit is in return ;
ron.Today Hunters this month will go to DP2 H. Craig DP2 J. Jaeger, '::: ::
for the visit paid the Canadians the Canadians are scheduled ; 'er'K.&

by a VP-5 crew two for a trip to Marinelaoo and ATI J. Cook, AE1 J. Dulaney, YN2 T. Kelly, CTO2 D. Nichols, .............................-.........................................'
weeks ago.Commanded. a tour of St.Augustine and tonight ATI R. Kuebler, ATI Wingfield, RM2 Whitehead, DP3 Dimirack, ==== = :::::::
ATN2 Barefoot, ATR2 Bartosik CTO3 G. Durbin DP3 D. Means, 771-8850
they will be the guests of VP-5
by Capt. Lou Arnold AE2 C. Calhoun, ATN2 J. Gris- will be advanced in rate this
officers and their wives at individual -
Royal Canadian Air Force, homes. ham, ATR2 K. Hedrick, ATR2L. month. YNC H. Mabry will advance VW TUNEUP1
Crew #3 arrived in their Argus Johnson,AMH2J.Little,ABH2 August 16 and PHI R.
The of the visit is a
and were officially welcomed at purpose ATN2 and PT2 M. Alley will
G. Manuel AE2 Nidiffer, Newsome
mutual exchange of ideas between
(a cocktail party held at the NAS 16. $1295
United States and Canadian ASW Schriever, ATR2 Stockham, AE2J. advance September
( Officers Club that night.; White, ATR2 Williams, ADR3G.
airborne foces. In conjunctionwith All Parts Included
1 1 On Wednesday the crew received this, the Canadians will flya Black AG3 A. Dwars, ADR3J.
I, a .presentation by fleet training flight tomorrow in their Gilliam, ATR3 C. Harbin VAP62Advancements Factory Trained Specialists
j. Air Wing 11, the largest opera- Argus with VP-5 observers YN3 I. Kent, AZ3 H. Klein, AE3D. 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
) tional unit under Commander aboard. Kramer ATR3 J.Newell.YNS at VAP-62 for Next to Playboy Drive Inn

t, ____ _:'_____ ___ ,T. Noel ATR3 O. Perez, ATR3 this month will go to PRC W.
,
(I J. Taylor, ADR3 J. Weseman, Fertig, ADJ1 H. Curtiss, ADJ1
ADR3 J. West, and AMH3 J. Somerville PI12 Besswange,PH2 nvenientkanva.nY8l1t/ 1:
MONEY Windham. J. Collier, AMH2 Galloway PH2 [SUITABLE, PROPER 2:, suited|
Cash Monthly Months ATI T. Gorlow, ATN2 O. Coop Hoopingar ATR2 R.LambATN2 to personal comfort 3: near at
You Ge Payment to Pay and HM2 T. Demass will advance R. Oaks, PH3 L. Ahonen, PH3 hand :HANDY
: 16. Webster's Dictionary!
IN 1 DAY September R. Burger AK3 Cartmell, PH3O.
84.33 5.00 24 Han, AE3 L. Marsano, PN3 THE ULTIMATE INCONVENIENCE
Fleet WeatherFleet McCartha, ATR3 D.Moore,ATR3L.
219.27 13.00 24 !
$25 to $600ARRANGED Morgan, HM3 'C. Morin,TR3
320.7.9 19.00 24 Weather Facility per- D. Weekly, and ATN3 R. Zander. O.NLY .2li: Mlt.E.S FROM

sonnel advancing this month are September advancements will NASJA* MAtNSAIE
\ 427.51 25.00 24 ETN2 T. Braxton ETN2 D. Hin- be PHI D. Harris, PHI W. Jad-
kal, AG2 E. Posey, AG3 K. Kel- win YN2 D. Garrett, HM2 D. 1,2 & 3 Bedroom
500.51 29.00 24 sey, AG3 J. Phifer and AG3 Hicks and PH2 D. Schola.
From
00.0039 24 Vat>gordon and S. Vezina will be Apartments

BY PHONE Payments i include interest. advanced to AG2 September 16. Norf $138 Mo. Offering

I Commissary ATN2 J. Jones, AT3 G. Cog- a maximum of living

ley and PR3 A. Piper} will advance and privacyin

DiaL Finance_ Company : SHI L. Shelley will be advanced this month. space
ideal location
in rate September 16. an

NFO .. ..quiet, rustic
4721 SAN JUAN AYE. DIAL 384 2341 FieTvLmt Finance Office people advanc-
ing in rate include DK3 Matsunaga ORANGE PARK
241 WEST FORSYTM ST. DIAL 356 0735 AWVC B. Greene, AQC J. this month and M. Rioux
5256 BEACH BLVD. DIAL 359 2895 Owens, AWVC D. Touch, ATIC. will advance to DKC inSeptember FREE-golf at private

XXXXXXXXKXXXXXXB Allen, AWV1 C. Cooper, ATI I country cluL__
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.Club sized swimming pool
with Cabanas, pool side .
I' 1 1 I I I I I I I I phones and children's
swimming pool
.Front and rear entrances
.Wall to Wall Carpeting

.Central Heat and Air Condi-
tioning Dishwashers,
.G.E.Disposal, range and oven by

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TO TOPKICK...First Ser- ,
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rrrlNDr the HAS Cecil Marine VA-67 HELLRAZOR..Cdr L.C. Chambers C.O. of VA-67

BOMB (ER.LtJ) John Castor (r) compiled the highest Barracks this week. Maj. gets a Hellrazor plaque from Cdr E.M. Crow of VA-174. Event
total of bomb hits of any pilot to train with VA-174. Cdr. Bristol W.R. Bowers, Marine exec, was a party at the ORF commemorating VA-67's completion

was runner-up (see his award 1)) took the formation for the of the A-7 transition i period.Cecil _

Navy Cats, Dogs and Things native ceremony.of McVeigh Sgt. Sewell Ky.is He a

enlisted in the Corps in I II
Included in the booklet are SportsCaptain's
WASHINGTON (FAMILY EDI- 1952 and is married to the
TOR) Cats and dogs are the ing practical feeding instructions and grooming on hous- former Edith J. Graham. .
traditional household pets and I -
have been companions of man III .... Cup Standings: Al Trevino of VA-86 585-204
for thousands of years. Cats .
> Norm Peters of Operations
were sacred in ancient Egypt; ::_ 77 572-200
VA-174
dogs were friends of cavemen.
of VA-86 552-214
VA-44 :58> Tom Teefey
All of these animals are discussed AMD 47 Don Thomas of Medical 552-212
. in a new U.S. Department Ar NAMTD 42 Don Doole of VA-174 #2 550-220:
of Agriculture publication "Se- VA-45 37 Pete Henderlite of FAETU
lection and Care of Common 28 548-222
Operations
,
Household Pets" which is now -a uaai r 9 ADMIN 21 1/2 Gary Cook of VA-86 547-198
available for 15 cents from the Sonny Gathright of FAETU
Government Off ice.GOODYEAR .
U.S. Printing 544-205
...
NNNIINNNNNNNNIININ/NN1NNNNNN// y Cecil Scratch Team Standings: Charles Moles of VA-174 #2
TOal'S: : 544-202
TEAM WON-LOST Hank Linder of VA-44 543-188
Time 0<<:>>. y VA-86 Sidewinders 31.54.5OPERATIONS Larry Becker of Operations
NIMIINNNMNIMNNININN/MNNNN/N/NNNMNINNININNI/NIIp11M 24.5-11.5 535-184
F.A.E.T.U. 24-12 Walt Austin of Medical 531-189
k VA-174 #1 Hellrazors 20-16
POLYESTER VA-174 #2 Hellrazors 16-20 . A.
SPEEDWAY Y P WEAPONS 131/2-221/2
VA-44 Hornets ,9-27 A uniform fresh water fishing
TIRES EASTER BOUHTY...Children of VA-174 personnel display MEDICAL 51/2-301/2 license would eliminate dis -

PLUS winnings from an outing on the Easter weekend at Cecil. Individual Bowling: crimination in which one group,
40129 TAX Back row, left to right, David Crow, Timmy Bellflower, Chris of fishermen contributes to the
Scores For Last Three Weeks:
Skonhard. Front left to 'conservation and management ofa
row right, Bobby Brubaker Leigh Ann Bob Gunter of Weapons 619-219
6324 BLANDING/ BLVD. Smoot Robin Smoot Michelle Harrington and Carla Shover. Burl Burch ofVA-1741594-220 other fishery does not.resource while an -
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MoviesMovies ,p .,..- I I
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WANT AD SECTION
will be shown nightly ;

at the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. I:
There will also be a kiddie mat-

inee at '2 p.m. Saturday and a Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Standing Blvd. Jacksonville: ,. ,, '
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Florida 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
day and holidays.The arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the :
Hospital Theater will have L'a publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must; ;'

one nightly feature at 7 p.m. a be received WITH the copy for the ad. '/ ,
Cecil Field will have two nightly \
shows during the week at 5:30 Do Net Sori Cash .

and 8 p.m. Matinees will be ,
shown on weekends at 2 and l 1t/' t'' l '
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Audience Ratings;:M-Matured A-Adults G-General Youths S- Per Miti0tul lice ((4 words per 11.1)). e . 0.50

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Class Not Available. 1963 PONTIAC, STA. WAGON WELDING! LAKE LOTS "'
WATER SAFETY This is R&H PB&PS & Air. No job too large or small. Trail- Tired of looking at tiny lake- )
something easily accomplishedby auto. trans. work fuel for ? Now see .
THURSDAY. April 10 Clean 733-8796 Eve. $750.00. ers, ornamental Iron lots giant prices
the mere presence of the oil stands. Westside Custom 2 1/2 acres of pecan grove on t
lovely Miss Lara Lindsay, for OAK HILL PARK-LOVELY BR. Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. lovely Santa Fe Lake for only
NAS: "PENDULUM" starring who would go near the water Rambler, 2 B., Fam. Rm. Kit. 7819482. $8500. Near U. of Fla., ideal 4.
George Peppard and Jean with her on the beach? Miss W/attached DR. Cent. A&HHdwd retirement. Terms. Call 387-
Drama.A Lindsay, 20th Century.Fox, can Firs. Fenced yd. 5 1/4% FHA BRAND NEW after 6
Color Suspense 7379 p.m.
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"ONLY WHEN I anytime. 771-4983. servicedand
HOSPITAL: $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo. and residential units
LARF" starring Richard Atten- rI -- ----- --- --- --- -. 6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-5028. repaired. Tyler Heating and

borough and Dave Heming. Color THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! I. with no obligation.FLY AC 4711 Palmer Ave. (Lake ,
Comedy. GIG (104 mins.) ...WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE ANYWHERE! Delivery Shore) Ph. 388-5161. J
C. FIELD: "VALLEY OF I '
JETS TO EUROPE
FOR RENT 2 BR APT.
'
THE DOLLS" starring Barbara I. OPEN ?255rs SUNDAY $125.00 FURN. Orange Park, 5 min. to "
Parkins and Patty Duke. Color '
Travel Service, Inc.
Military
NAS, will rent to TAD Personnel -
Drama. A/VG (123 mins.) P.O. Box 127Cookstown, NJ.
TV linen
or Bachelors, I:
FRIDAY, April I II I Phone ((609)) 723-1313 Utensils optional. 2646884.IN .
1 I Available for Military Personnel -
NAS: "BACKTRACK" star- and their DependentsOnly. CLAY COUNTY
ring Doug McClure and Rhonda Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10

Fleming. Color Western. G/G : 100% GUARANTEE Pro-Rated Cost of Charter acres &. larger. Terms. Ph.
((105 mlns.) 282-5272 or 2825224.

HOSPITAL: "PENDULUM I We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inpertlon. FOR RENT OR FOP SALE MEN OR WOMEN PART-TIME
C. FIELD: "STRATEGY OF I Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& Positions now available with regular -
TERROR" starring Hugh O'- I that needed! It. And guaranteed them 100' for the! repair or FHA resales. $100 down. Call guaranteed income. New
replacement of all major mechanical part** for 30 dayaor 1000
Brian and Barbara Rush. Color I miles. Come on in and double check. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- program progressing well but desperately -
Drama. GIG (103 mins.) 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- In need of help. Applicants -
I ENGINE "TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE "FRONT AXLE
Notary. with
I tary-Free must be mature
SATURDAY April 12 I ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM;
good background In business or
NAS: UTIlE POWER" star- I 68 MERCURY Cougar $2795 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER education. Transfers avail when

ring George Hamilton and Su >door hardtop, V-8, automatic traneml salon, power Excel condition, 4 Br., 2 B.Cen- moving. For private interview
zanne Pleshette. Color Science I steering, factory air, red, black vinyl top. tral A/C & Heat. Redwood fence. phone 725-6763 Thurs. only
Fiction. A & M/VG (108 mins.) Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any- 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
168 PONTIAC Tempest $2795
HOSPITAL. : "BACKTRACK" tme., NAVY WIVESl
I ___
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Custom '(2) 2-door hardtop, V-8, automatic transI -
C. 'FIELD:, "ONLY, 'WHEN,\1\ mission, power steering, factory air, vinyl top. IN CLAY COUNTY Will you be In Jacksonville 1 : ,
LARF"XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXS Ranchettes, paved to 2 years? Southern Bell Tel. "
2 & 3 acre
68 MERCURY Cyclone $2695 and graded road frontage $1450 & Tel. needs operators. Apply:

OT fastback, V-8 automatic transmission, air 3451 Beach Blvd., or 421. West .
conditioned, power steering, coral. 8252728Home- 28252224.Ph. Church St., Room 152.An Equal.,

HONDA : 68 FORD Galaxie 500 $2595 Opportunity Employer.
STAMPS
GREEN FOR SALE
S&H
Motors t Cycles Co. 4-door hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission, power I WE GIVE
Vac.$15ALL 50 miles --runs
I ,steering, factory air, blue, blue vinyl top. Electrolux Majave cc 1,300
I BRANDS HOSE $6.50 good. Price Includes one helmet.
4949 Blanding 7718244MS 168 CHEVROLET Impala $25952door I 6110 103rd St.. Dealer Ph. 771- Being discharged must sell

hardtop, factory air condition, V-8, automatic 5028. $175.00. Call Miller, 772-3315-
I transmission, power steering, white. days.

1 68 FO R D Galaxie 500 $2595 1 complete FOR single SALE bed. '3872034.DO AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast

4-door hardtop, factory air condition, V-8. auto I & West Coast. 353-3691.
tteH1aEdO I matlc transmission, power steering, red. YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
168 MUSTANG Fastback $2495 JOCKEY? Dial 356-8351 for in- 3 SINGERS $15
Left in
Machines.
storageat
Sewing
I 2'+ 2, V-8, 4 speed, radio, post traction r.ar end. formation.
1606 Main Street. Excellent
)( 169 VW Fastback FOR SALE electric. Does
$2400 Electric Stove, $45. 772-8906, condition. Fully
I Radio, heater, automatic transmission. I 6862 Alcona Ct.HOUSE. everything. Complete with at-

: 68 CHEVROLET Impala $2200 I FOR SALE tachments.charges. Only Yours$15 for each.storage Phone

2-door hardtop, white wall tires, radio and heater, I Selling below F.H.A. Appraisal. 353-1946 night or day. Will deliver -
i turquoise. I $450. Dn., no closing. Air condo no obligation. '
168 FORD Fairlane $1995 I 3 bedr., 2 c. garage, Cedar
J I door hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission, I fence, $113.75 mo. Owner 919 FOR SALE
I power steering, green. Granville Rd. nr. Normandy & Tailor made set Marine OfficerGr.
167 PONTIAC Firebird $1995 Lane. & Tr, 2 pair pants each.
Suit size 42R/Waist 32 Price
I 2-door hardtop, 3 speed, V-8, radio, heater, blue. WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear
$100. Write Mr. Raitz, 516 31st
1 blk w/of
& Cecil
NAS '
167 VW Karman Ghia $1850
Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. St. W. Palm Beach Fla.
103rd & Blanding Center I Coupe, radio, heater, white aide wall tires, blue. Jammes
Apts. Newly painted, 2 Br., LR, 1962 VW SEDAN
: 67 DODGE Dart $1700 Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking Good condition, radio/heater.,

771-7970 4-door Sedan air condition, power steering, automatic I Water, Sewage & Garbage Includ. Call during day 388-3583 and after -'
PHONE AHEAD 1 transmission, blue & white. I Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call 6 p.m. 387-3625.

FOR FASTER SERVICE! I 66 FORD Galaxie 500 $1600 I 387-2541., nites or weekends call STEREO CONSOLE $63

I 4-door hardtop, air condition V-8, automatic 3890744.A Take up payments,on 2 month old
I transmission, power steering, white. "SPOT" FOR YOU beautiful stereo console like new.

1 66 VW Sedan $1300Radio To selected, highly capable Officers 4-speed record changer-com-
and Senior Petty Officers bination radio. Balance due $63
I heater, new paint, red.
ncfjuan leaving the service, a leading or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
( A21'NItas : 64 MALIBU SuperSport $11952door I nationwide,firm offers a positionwith night or day.Will deliver no obli
an income that need never Music Center, 1606
hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission, I gation. A-l
I power steering, red. I stop climbing. A job you'll like Main Street. ,'
) ; I in a choice of locations.Company
YOUR FREE "LOVE BUG" BUTTON AND sponsored orientation to speed HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER

STICKER ARE WAITING/ / FOR YOU AT your transition. Write to P.O. 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath, Garage, Fence
Juan at Nlblic/c/ 1 I Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809 corner lot 102 x 85, trees Oak
Phone 384 4406 1 Attn: Eastern Area Manager. Hill, conv. to Cecil &Jax. Phone

WESTSIDE I I 771-6259 or 771-5098.

e 1, 2, G 3 Bedrooms 1 JUSTISS TRAILER PARK APT. FOR RENT

Garden Type Apartmentswith 1 1 Qtr Mile ,No. of NAS. Clean 2 SR, unfurn., kit. equipped, 510 .
Country Club 1 modern trailers & Apts. 389- Perminter St. (Marietta) after 5.
Atmosphere VOLKSWAGEN INC. 3007. call 771-1087 office 389-
Kitchens equipped with G-E : p.m.
Ranges G Refrigerators 1I VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS 5493.
Individual Air Conditioning 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 '
and Heating by G-E : 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 r down as low as $65 month. Callus 3 BR, 2 BATH CENT. HEAT &
Drapes furnishedWall for to date lists that will Air, 4 1/2% Loan $16,900.
to Wall Carpeting and I Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM be mailed up without obligation. Fenced yd.. Call after 3 week

Large Swimming Pool VANSANDT REALTY 3873597. days 7712494.
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Fifty Red Cross Hospital Volunteers




Graduate, Earn Right to Wear CapsFifty



Red Cross Hospital Mrs. Florence Finley,Mrs.Car- White, Mrs. Ronnie Widick,Mrs.
Volunteers were graduated and rie Fishback, Mrs. Charlotte Martha Williams, and Mrs.Jea-
held Fletcher Mrs. Irene Frye, Mrs. Wise.
capped at a ceremony at nette
FASHIONABLE LUNCHEON-Members of the NAS,
the NAS Officers Club April 3. Mary Fuller, Mrs. Caro)'Grave- Volunteers receiving awards NARF
The graduation was the climaxof nor, Mrs. Kathryn Hart four days of formal trainingand Linda Hazazer, Mrs. Jeanette were: ((8 years) Mrs.JudyDodge; fashion show-luncheon Wednesday at the NAS Officers Club.
20 hous of volunteer work Henderson, Mrs. Evelyn Gadd, ((6 years) Mrs. Norma Carter, The specialty of the afternoon featured fashions from an Or-
required to authorize the ladiesto Mrs. Jean Gilliam. Mrs. Helen Dunlap and Mrs. ange Park dress shop.Wive's .
receive their caps. They are Mrs. Jill Henley, Mrs. Shirley Helen Manning; (5 years) Mrs.
now obligated to serve at least Johnson, Mrs. Mary Juelis,Mrs. Peggy Cale, Mrs. Rachel Fort -
one-half day a.week. Anna Kelly,Mrs.Dorothy LeMay, and Mrs. Ellen Murray;((4 years) Club President
Mrs. Richard Jastramski, Mrs. Marjorie Martyniak, Mrs. Mrs. Louise Dovell, Mrs. .
chairman of hospital volunteers, Mona Miller, Mrs. Juanita Mil- Claudine Evans Mrs. Sandy .
presented the class to Capt. Samuel ler, Mrs. Marjorie Morris,Mrs. Grote, Mrs. Betsy Kavin and Appears on 'Midday' '
Heaton, executive officer Darlene Morton, Mrs. Mercedita Mrs. Dee McHugh; ((3 years)
the hospital. In accepting the Peterson. Mrs. Winifred Atherley, Mrs.
class, Capt. Heaton announcedMrs. Mrs. Leanne Saul, Mrs. Mari- Lois Linwick and Mrs. Eliza- Jax -- Navy Wives Club #86 nate two guitars for use in the
Jastramski's resignationand nee Plant, Mrs. Gretchen Rams- beth Williss;' ((2 years) Mrs. held its regular monthly busi- .NAS Naval Hospital wards and a
presented her with a parting dell, Mrs. Diane Shurtz, Mrs. Dorothy Page and Mrs. Charlotte ness meeting at 7:30 p.m. in play pen to the pediatrics ward.
gift from the hospital volunteers Beatrice Slocum, Miss Doris Smith: ((1 year) Mrs. Patricia the Compton Hall Club House NWCA Jax #86 voted to begina
.' in appreciation of her servicesto Smith, Mrs.Norma Tawney,Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Carol Jones, April2. base beautification project this
the hospital. Mrs. James O. Jewell Teston, Mrs. Marion Mrs. Ann Ross, Mrs. Ann WaUe- The evening started off witha month. The club will be plant-
Heft will be the new chairmanof Turknett, Mrs. Mary Weaver, ker, Mrs. Charlotte Warren and bang when Jax: #86 PresidentMrs. ing shrubs and flowering plantsin
volunteers. Mrs. Jeanette Wells, Mrs. Alice Mrs. Barbara Whittaker. Bud Barnes, fresh from various areas on the base.
Guest speaker at the gradua- her successful debut on Channel High on the list of sports need-
tion was Capt. Robert F. Kirk, 4's Midday Report, arrived attired ing a face lifting is the health
chief of obstetrics andgynecology. Mrs. Nixon to Help Choose in a knit dress of high and safety area on YorktownAve.
If the clubs thumbis
style, a Garbo picture hat, sun- green
Among the graduates were glasses and a very large cigarette in good shape NAS may turn
< three volunteers from Cecil holder. The members hardy into a garden spot.
Wife of the Year
Field, Mrs. J. Bartholomew, Military round of laughter brought her .*.*******
Mrs. Sue Cloves and Mrs. Mary back to earth and} we embarkedon In addition to providing edu-
Woolum. The following graduates Mrs. Richard M. Nixon will Staff, U.S. Army; Mrs. Tho- another busy month. cational assistance in collegesand
will serve at the Jacksonville serve as honorary chairman of a mas H. Moorer, wife of Chief National officers and chair- universities, the VA has on-
Naval Hospital: Mrs. Reba Allen, panel of judges made up of wivesof of Naval Operations; Mrs. Wil- man present and past were Introduced the-job training programs.
Mrs. Frances Anderson, Mrs. high ranking military commanders lard J. Smith, wife of the Commandant as follows: Secretary
Juelene Ballard, Mrs. Marianne who will select this U.S. Coast Guard,Mrs. Treasurer National Scholarship Marine Wives
Bergren, Mrs. Naomi Byroado, year's Military Wife of the Year. Leonard F. Chapman, wife of Chairman Mrs. Barney Meyer, .
>Mrs. Carlyn Chlldress, Mrs. Jo The panel of judges will be the Commandant, U.S. Marine Past National Pin ChairmansJ
Crary, Mrs. Catherine Crooks, made up of Mrs. Bruce PalmerJr. Corps and Mrs. John P. McCon- trs, Thomas Bennett and Mrs. Will Host
Mrs. Louise Culbreth, Mrs. Chief of Staff Henry Wernet: and Past National
., wife of the Vice Chief of nell, wife of the ,
t Stella Dupree_. Mrs.LillianDyer, U.S. Air Force. Treasurer Mrs. Wilbert Wag- Ward PartyJax
-- The fudges will select the military ner. Other guests for the even-
wife with the most outstanding ing were: Mrs. Erving Kent,Mrs. -- The regular meetingof
C-5 record of service in both the John Egbert, Mrs. Howard Edwards the NAS Marine Wives Club
/9 military and civilian communIties and Mrs. William Wp11 was held Monday night at the
where her husband is sta- Jax #86 was pleased to initiate Marine Air Detachn::nt.
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. tioned. This year the contest two new members into the President Carol Scoppe con-
will focus on military bases located club, Mrs. Willie Hill and Mrs' ducted the meeting which began
in the U.S. and Caribbean.The John Cress. 'at 8 p.m. Discussed was the
judges will select the win- This months projects include upcoming hospital ward party to
ner from a group of finalists baking a supply of cookies for be held the 22nd of this month.
chosen by a panel comprisedof ,distribution by the Red Crossin Games are to be played and refreshments -
members of the General Fe- the wards of NAS Naval Hos- are to be served by
deration of Women's Clubs in pital. the club members to ward pa-
Washington, D.C.NominatIonS On Saturday Jax #86 will man a tients.
have been received float in the -annual Mardi Gras Holding the party will be Mrs.
from military wives' clubs Parade. This years theme of Scoppe, Mrs. Marie Slocumb,
throughout the United States. "Let's be Neighbors" will be Mrs. Fae McNeil and Mrs. Sally
Each candidate must be active carried out by signs reading Berry. ,
f PIN in her dub's community service "Your Community, My Community A letter from Mrs. Jeanene
' "a i. i work and she must be engaged in Our Community". The Mason, Red Cross recreation
I t people-to-people relations in wives will be showering the supervisor at the hospital was
both military and civilian com-* crowds with balloons, candy and read at the meeting. Mrs. Mason
munities. smiles galore. commented that the last party
The winner will be announced Thursday will be a very spe- held by the Marine Wives at the
and introduced at a luncheonin cial day for the Viet Nam Veterans hospital was a tremendous suc-
Washington May 12. at the NAS Hospital. With cess and the patients will long remember -
The newly selected Military spring in full swing the men have the efforts of the club.
BR I [ K URRS Wife of the Year will accompany been wanting to get out and fisha The clubjias extended its membership -
noted T.V. personality Art Link- little so Jax #86 will host a and is seeking wives of
letter on a tour ot the United fishing contest and barbeque at active and retired Marines Inthe
States. She will also tour the 3 p.m. by the golf course fishing Jacksonville area to join the
L FR country as a goodwill ambassador pond. club. Information on member-
BR 2 !--I B for military families. This month Jax #86 will doDON'T ship is available from Mrs.

Scoppe at 384-6875 or 2649487.The .
club meets the first and
SQUINT-TINT i-! third Monday of each month.
CP' The next meeting will be held

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Mr. p. S. Martin. Manager
are COf'd' lty Invited to 'Inspect our nom" at your convenience
i 10 A.M. to D-ffc. Trawl l South on Binding Boulevard- (Hwy. *21) 359 2924For

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I 'Service? Second To None' Motto of Mugu Specialists .. I


five EDITORS Point Mugu NOTE: The quiring independent capability to dations received from the Fleet
specialists weapons at Cecil system properly maintain and operate since then is any guideline, their
Joe D. Simmons, EdwinR. are their weapons sytems." fears were groundless," Nickel
During the eight months remarked.A .
past
Farady, Jim Beaugh,O. U. NCTS provided assistance and
Lott and M. Carter. Joe Sim- sampling of these read:
attack aircraft
11
training to
mons, just back from Robbins you performed in an out-
carriers, 48 attack squadrons,
AFB, Va. chcking out new A-7 8 22 fighter standing manner by giving invaluable -
systems, said that the five have squadrons patrol squadrons, 4 composite squad- assistance you en-
responsibility for "the entire ad t a rons, 19 intermediate maintenance abled this squadron to performits
AirLant area, in addition to Ce- activities, 8 target sites assigned mission great
cil." They are directly under contribution to Fleet readiness
19 air stations, and 3 weapons
Rear Admiral Robert J. Stroh, +5.. stations. Impressed with thorouhknowledge
COMFAIRJAX, and are on 24- and forehandedness
ta "This is the first time the
hour call as the story men- r 1 .4 Navy 'has had these specialistsunder extremely conscientious,
tions. "The A-4, A-7 weapons one roof,"'Nickel reported. effective, completely reliable. .
community, all air launched missiles "When the Fleet needs them, we his skill and judgment contributed
and all air launched ord- select the best man for the job significantly and directly to
nance" are their province, according a ) and he is immediately on his the successful accomplishment of
to Simmons. the ship's mission and to the
way.
(Their latest work was with : The NCTS have replaced a por- United "States' effort In VietNam
Attack Squadron 83, evaluatingthe tion of the contract representatives .
Shrike missile and newly installed formerly assigned to the
ate In recent journeys, NCTS personnel -
bombing computer equip- Navy. NCTS personnel are doing have traveled to Okinawa
ment, according to Simmons.) the same jobs for the Navy, at Spain England, Scotland, Japan
a savings to the government Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and to
POINT MUGU CALIF "The capability for technical assistance South Viet yam -- on shore and
"Service Second to None,"could 55 Sk has moved more in- aboard aircraft carriers on ,
well be the motto of 75 Navy : house in the Navy" Nickel said. Yankee Station.
Civilian technical Specialists When the ETS (Engineering
(NCTS) assigned to the Field Technical Services) responsi- "The work they perform is
Service Branch of the Naval Mis- Q 5 bility was assigned to the Naval not only valuable to that parti-
sile Center here. Missile Center in 1966 for air cular unit but to others, too,"
Equipped with a vast pool of launched conventional weaponsand Nickel stated.
experience and expertise these ; d targets, some Fleet com- Activity reports from NCTS
men provide field engineering assistance m J 1I} I'i & manders doubted that they would are compiled each month for
and technical guidancein 1 be able to provide the same distribution to all concerned activities -
the maintenance and operationof z quality of technical. assistance as including squadrons,
the Fleet's air-launched missiles yob ,. the contract reps had been pro- Fleet Air Staffs, type commanders -
conventional weapons, and viding over the years. and weapon centers and la-
target systems around the world. JLBACKUP..O.U. 1w "If the number of commen- boratories.
Available 24 hours a day on an .
on-call basis, they can be dispatched r
at a moment's notice to

ships and stations anywhere in Lott and Joe Simmons flank Lt. Benny .Mas-
the world to provide advice, instruction r J&NRESTAURANT
and training in the installation sell while working in technical support of VA-83.


tenance through classroom on-the-job,of instruction.operation weapons training and systems main-or I SoLant Champs [ W' __ Corner Post & EJgcwooc//


..
--
"Request for assistance.
3
Jean L. Nickel head of the Ser- 3i
viceability Division stated,"of i NOW OPENJIM
ten require them to stay aboard
ships for from three days.tq.two AND NORMA MONK PROPRIETORS
months, depending on the type of ,
problem encountered. This, is CHIEF MONK INVITES YOU Tb STOP BY
to aid ships and activities in ac- FOR FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE AND GOOD FOOD

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imrmIDI I I
"SPECIALIZING IN HOSPITALITY"The

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SHORT FORM $3 ALL NEW 384-1317

LONG FORM $5
In the first round of All-Navy eliminations, this team defeatedthe
PHONE 77M865 North Atlantic Team 15-11 I, IS-3 in volleyball competition. -
Team members are Doc Hawse, M.N. Wurster, R.G. Pick-
771-5953
3823 Blanding Blvd. ens, J.N. Faulkerson, J.E. Anglovich (HAS Cecil), Doc
ACROSS:: FROM Blanchard (NAS Memphis), T.R. Taylor (HAS Memphis), Ken
CEDAR HILLS THEATREALSO Gravelin (Pensacola), R.F. Sobal ((8th ND--Corpus Christie),
IN ORANGE PARK J.E. Stallings (Naval Base Little Creek, Va.), John Martel
671 Kingsley Ave. and Coach R.C. Nardell. The backbone of the team is essen-

PHONE 2645656 tially the NAS Jax team, augmented by the top players from For TheMODERN
the specified areas.

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NAS JAX BLDG. 39 iel.
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t" I Current Job Openings Listed I


S I X w.a Y+ Merit promotions opportunities through the close of business Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,
S
11 J 4skll currently open for receiptof Monday.All 32212. '
""" g s
JI a k ? c. i'1 application are listed below. applicants must be careeror For further information regarding -
I ( The area of consideration and the career-conditional employeesof these positions, see the
1 closing: date of each are shown. the Federal government. Ap- copies of the bulletins or an-,
\ I MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade plication Forms 171 for these nouncements or call Extension
levels GS-4 and below; MPB positions should be filed with 2320, Rating and Examining
No. 79-67 Plan C all semi- Civilian Personnel Department, Branch.
skilled positions pay level seven
and below and MPB No. 83-67
Plan B All skilled positionspay Civilian News in BriefHigh I
'\\t level seven and above.
Area of consideration: NAS,
t
Glen A. Laffoon a represen- Point Man
a: NARF NARTU. COMFAIRJAX,
tative of the Indemnity Benefit
(k F FAETULANT Naval Hospital Plan (Aetna) of the Federal Em- Arthur Edwards, a NARF Air-
.. Navy Commissary Stores Navy ployee Health Benefit Program, craft Metal Worker, was con-
Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- will be at the Civilian Personnel gratulated for his high score in
t, tor Control ,Center and Resident Department, Building 907, 10 the JAX-NASA Group Insurance
Storage Office,Jacksonville Application a.m. April 17. Any employee Plan.
must be filed for each insured by this plan who desires Edwards receives more coverage -
TRAINING COURSE-Seventeen civilians completed a 70 hour r position in which interested.MPB to discuss coverage or than any other NASA
supervisory training course April 4. The course covering the I No. 5-69 IndustrialEngi- claim in matters may call extension member due to the number of
neer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Area of 3254 for included in his family
management principles and skills needed by the new super- Nationwide. an appointment.Exam dependents
consideration Application
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visor was attended by (from bottom row, left to right), JamesF. for this position will be Date Set unit. It was pointed out that

Davis, instructor, Yvonne L. 'Harvey, Ann Darby, EvelynG. ,accepted until the needs of the. The Interagency Board of U.S. there including were wife eight Virginia other and Edwards child
Culberson, Billie J. Harris, Warren G. Williams, Paul service are met. Civil Service Examiners for ren Gail, Thomas Barbara,
C Wight, C.B. Peeples, Aniello DeNisco;: D.C. Lawson, Larry MPB No. 26-69 Supervisory Florida has issued the following Carol, Shirley, Linda and Mary.
.';: R. Woodrum, Paul C. Kenson, Paul L. Brownlee, J.A. Johnson Mechanical Engineer (Utilities) announcements to fill positions
a : I: Joseph J. Homer, H.E. Harlow and Danals L. Reynolds. GS-12. Area of consideration: throughout the state of Florida VP-l6 ON THE MOVE
Nationwide. Applications for this with the exception of 10 counties
position will be accepted throughthe in Northwest Florida. Continued from Page 4

Thirteei Civilian ReceiveLength close of business Monday. Typist, GS-2 and GS-3 $4,231 a recent tour of VP-16's spaces

MPB No. 34-69 Electric Ac- and $4,600 a year; Stenographer, by local elemenary school stu
counting Machine Supervisor, GS-3 and GS-4, $4,600 and$5,145a
dents. Following a descriptionof
of Service Awards GS-5. Area of consideration: year; Dental Assistant, GS-3 the squadron's activities and
; Nationwide: Applications for this and GS-4, $4,600 and $5,145 a mission, one of the fifth graderstold
position will be accepted throughthe year; Dental Hygienist, GS-4 and host Ltjg. Mike Field, "I'll
; :, close of business April 21. GS-5, $5,145 and $5,732 a year; ,be back to see you.",
Thirteen civilian employees se K. Smith, Josia L. Ankeny, MPB No. 41-69 Statistical As- Dental Laboratory Technician, The Forest Hills Elementary
sistant, GS-5. Area of consideration GS-5 and GS-6 $5,732and $6,321a
1i were recently presented length of William J. Swanson,W.Engel- students visited VP-16 during a
service awards during separate man, W. R. Lake and W. L. : NAS, NARF, NARTUCOM year. tour of the air station. They
ceremonies. Holmes of NARF, and Mrs. June FAIRJAX FAETULANT Naval Applications will be accepted were welcomed by squadron exe-
Hospital, Navy CommissaryStores officer Cdr.R.H.Schulze.
communications, re cutive ,
Perry, until
further notice and should be
Navy Recruiting Station,
Forty awards went to The children shown film
year service were a
ceived a 15 year a- of
the Board
sent to Interagency
45 John W. Byron, Fire Department ward. Disease Vector Control Center and taken on a guided tour of the
NAS and Resident Storage Office, U.S. Civil Service Examinersfor
Francisco Ocasion, hanger and an aircraft to round
Christopher D. Bugg, Public To be eligible for a Depart- Jacksonville. Applications for Florida 123 South Court Ave,
Works, John S. Kemp and Albert ment of the Navy Length of Ser- this position will be accepted Orlando Fla., 32801. out the day's activities.
H. Jost, NARF. vice Award, an employee must
have had a' least five year of I .
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civilian service with the most ; :., ,. '
Awards for 30 years service ;:. ...:- ;.S ', wo' '
t: were presented to Curtis L. Mc recent year,of service as a civilian ;', j j jI ,
.:' ,Cormick, Fire Department, Jes- employee of the Navy. !' n'. .

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: help.The HFC office manager near your baseis Dauber, L. Webb, ,G. Bunte M. Orr, R. Zeilman, ,D. DeCuirs E. Mayo, D. Hair, M. McKinney,
a specialist in helping service peopleandhe'll M. Morehead, S. Calcagni, E. Weldon, H. Duffy, D. 'Lyons, R. Hall, M. Willis and M. Weldon.
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Track Meet PJLr jrr In Final Lama :



Dates Set VAP62 Takes NARTUVAP62 j


Jax -- The NAS Athletic Office
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has announced dates for this took full advantage of a ragged offensive performance j 4
year's NAS and ComFairJax by NARTU Friday and cashed it in for a 71 to 63 victory 4
Track and Field Meets. The AS in the championship game of the Jax intramural playoffs. Led :
meet will be May 20 and the Com by Don Eagle's 22-point effort the Vappers controlled>> the

FairJax meet May 28. boards at will and added to a fine 4
All military personnel on active running game and few floor mis- the field and led throughout the
duty assigned to Jax, with takes it was more than NARTU game. Paced by Ken Winkle's .
the exception of NATTC personnel could overcome. Bobby Cochran 26 points, high for either team,
are eligible to participate. added 18 and Jimmy Stephenson NARTU held down a ten point ':
Track men can enter on their own lead at half, 41 31, and were 4
without being on a team but they 14.The quintet from NARTU never never in real danger as they kept
will :still represent their par really put their usually fine pouring in points with amazing .j
ticular unit or division as far as game together as costly turn- consistency.In .
earning points in the Iron- overs and cold shooting led to action Wednesday NARTU!
man competition. Rosters are their downfall. Bob Glick tallied downed a battling A/C Maintenance -
club 65 to 61 after holdinga
19 for the losers
limited to 22 participants, points
unlimited :
in each individual event who trailed by only three at half- slim one point lead at the mid-
Way point, 30 29. A/C Maint.
and four In the relay. Rosters time, 28 25. Jim Foster <.
must be turned in to the Ath- T had 17 in a losing effort. dumped 679th the day before 55 <
letic Office five days prior to the NARTU advanced to the champ- to 43. ,
meet. ___ ionship game by defeating VAP A fresh water ,fishing license <
As in the past meets there will 62 Thursday 76 to 63. In Thurs- is more than a piece of paper. <
be ten events: 100, 220, 440, I _b day's battle NARTU was red- A license is a fisherman's invest- /f ')
and 880 yard runs, one mile run, hot as they hardly missed from ment in the future of fishing fun. .

running high jump, long jump, .
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WN'r SUDE'THROUGH FREE BALL--NARTU and VAP-62 cagers battle for a rebound GAS AT REGULAR PRICES e e '
in their quest for the intramural playoff championshipcrown.
YOUR MILITARY CmEER. NARTU downed the Vappers Thursday to send the

... playoffs into the final game Friday which VAP-62 won.


' Q MAKE EDUCATIONlAu&ff Off DUTY l\\ MkMte SbnkM After Jax ShootingAnnapolis STOP money worries


Md -- Navy's base ball park. "Bullets went Hying
ball team almost qualified for across the diamond and hit the
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spring training trip to Florida.. "I grabbed a batting helmet and '. .
hit the deck." The Shootout unnerved 'J; '
In the fourth inning of a night the Midshipmen, who P,: .
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t. Fliers To Taste ActionIn


i s, Kal's Korner Intra-Squad GameJax I

By JOSN Brent Kallestad

.: Fliers softball for the diamonds as they will
From Jacksonville's Coliseum to sunny southern Californiatoss -- The Jax hold their first not be sufficiently settled to insure -
will
,;. ,.. in Georgia greens-and your sports weekend is set. ; Itt intra-squad team game this Saturdayin good play and safety for.

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for the double- runners. .1
Ice Follies interesting to note how many i preparation 25
April
header season opener
The 24th Annual Ice Capade supposedly knowledgeable base- against Moody AFB. D..p S..
is currently at the Coliseum 1 in ball people are beginning towriteoff Flier Coach Frank McCaffreyis
the Gator Bowl Complex and runs the ageless wonder. Over ,'f' SILT still looking for more play-
through Sunday evening. the hill at $135,000 a year -- would be
and this Saturday
ers Fishing
Servicemen can get tickets to not bad! an excellent opportunity for interested -
tonight's 8 o'clock performance make their
to
Ser Bowling Tourney t\\11 players The Mayport Naval Station
for a dollar less at Special known. All positions
\ ; presence has
vices. They will offer 50-cer and only the pitching Recreation Department
are open schedule of
announced the
ducats forth
reduction-in-price
Monday from last year's
Opens returns
weekend shows. corps their 64-foot fishing boat,the

Masters Golf Tourney It's time to get off the streets team.This Saturday's practice and "Kiawah.It departs daily Tuesday
at
at 9 a.m..
will start
Golf's most prestigious tourney and into the alleys as the Com- game Field. thru Friday at 7:30 a.m. on
Mackroth
-- The Masters -- gets underway Fairjax Bowling Tournamentcomes deep sea fishing excursions.The .
at Augusta, Ga., today to the NAS Jax Bowling The opening games in the Jax vessel is equipped with
and will be carried by CBS,Channel Lanes, Monday, April 14and runs intramural softball league has fishing gear and bait. The
4 locally, Saturday and Sun until Friday, April 18. been postponed from Wednesday, cost is only $4 per person
day. Saturday's coverage wlllb): All military personnel assigned April 16 until Monday, April 21. and is run on a charter basis
from 5-6 p.m. with Sunday's final to Fairjax staff or one H The reason for the delay is due only Saturdays and Sundays.For .
from of its fleet units, including fleet information and
action to be televised to the late arrival of infield clayA more
4-5:30. air units, are eligible to competein reservations call the May-
this tournament. This leavesout fresh water fishing license port Special Services Officeat
Baseball NAS, NATTC, etc. Bowlers makes the fisherman a partnerin 264-5228. The boat is
Major League baseball is on will represent their respectiveunits the wildlife conservation pro- located east of Pier C-2.

the sports scene again. Saturday with no augmentation allow gram.
NBC brings the first 1969 Game ed in the units.
of the Week into our living room; The top five Individualbowlersfrom
of the tournament will move on IMPOSSIBLE This is the
and
Willie Mays companySan
Francisco invade San Diego to the district meet provided they best word to) use when someone Why Do You See
180 asks to describe the lovely
for a 3 p.m. National League encounter qualify by having a average. you she
Hike: Sommer as appearsin
will represent
with the infant Padre i The top team
"Wreck-
Channel 12, carries ComFairJax in the CincLant- Columbia Pictures'
WFGA-TV, "
summer.major league action this Fleet tournament. in& Crew. So Many Of These

WMBR 1460 on your radio
dial carries all Atlanta Brave Bob's Oak Hill
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games for you rabid fans who
"stay tuned" with Milo Hamilton ; -

N.L.and play.his flowing accounts I of I Pure Service CenterOpen jfQcji a

Speaking of Mays earlier; it's
for convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
',, your
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is 9.,1 1 1 mechanic on duty Americm & Foreign Curs
SfARfS Jaksonville'lAlmost
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rr-' in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many

f modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
NAVY of this size? For instance, in what other town of less than
3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
[ : Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major American auto

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; Married BIG CHIEF Mechanical Work on Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
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ALL MAKES & MODELS pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
TIRE CO. DOMESTIC OR FOREIG'NI'EXAMPLES reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas. They

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-Ball Joints $, 9S welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the lower
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ANY U.S. CAR UPPER OR LOWER
Parssoe PARTS nd LABOR tics on a sales chart.At .
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I the in which have endeavored to
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City Maps, Key Chains We finance 'anyone from Seaman to Admiral the money ever. We would be happy to have you come In fora

....eveN Clvlll..sl.IIIIPfI' leisurely look at the 1969 model Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles.
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EOOE.oOD389.34832W. 6015 BLANDING BLVD the attitude of the entire staff and management at Robertson
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