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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein,are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 4 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 17, 1969




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aircraft and the aero-
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1'*. flying is expected to go down as a result of the project are fewer and Air Force. The study groupis

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Two dozen Army, Navy and service to develop unique
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? and operating the same Navy Capt. D.D. Farshing Jr.,
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during the past 18 aircraft system.
gathered
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Command headquarters, .
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Management directives of the services, ing maintains his family homeat

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. SHE'S| FIRST Mrs. Clementine (Tina) McDonald a Weekend the past, each service boughtan I
Warrior and civilian employee receives air crew wings. aircraft, support equipment _

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The single service support

Earns Wings of GoldBy management concept will cover
the entire cycle of an aeronautical

JO I Wayne Mishler .. :system, from the time it is
Mrs. Clementine (Tina) Mc- work Facility "l worked I..J ontne.1. : bought, through its operating

Donald is a grandmother, but life transfer desk accepting sick air- cycles, to the time it is phased
in a rocking chair is strictly craft for overhaul and transfer- out of sevice. it
, her taste. ring.renewed ones,out.. It,taughtme This project Is expected to
against
The perk, dark-haired grandmother a lot about airplanes," she save taxpayer dollars through the --i-Mtir''

of two would rather givea (Continued on. Page 2)) development and use of standar- : :

song and, dance performance

Navy or fly transport as a stewardess aircraft.aboard a Red Cross Has New ". :

Tina is a civilian employee "
and Weekend Warrior at the Naval Chairman of Volunteersrently .
Air Technical Training Unit
(NARTU) at Jacksonville. After THREE YEARS LATER SSgt. Paul L. Tucker (center) enlisted
O. Heft, newlyap- pursuing any career except at the Armed Forces Examining -
two years of trying she has become Mrs. James in the Army in February 1966
the first WAVE to achieve pointed Chairman of Hospital as a wife and the mother of and Entrance Station here Last week he returned

aircrewmanship in the nationwide Volunteers, was presented to a four lively sons. there to accept an Air Medal for Meritorious achievement in
of that at the Her first announcement in accepting -
Naval Air Training Command. gathering group
Cdr. Elmer G. Huber
combat flights.
Vietnam during 25 support
office to
Capt.Berton R.Otto,commanding recent graduation of a class of her new was
officer of NARTU, presented new volunteers. Mrs. Heft is call for trained volunteers to AFEES commanding officer makes the presentation while Tuck

Tina's aircrew wings and desig- replacing Mrs.Richard Jastremski. -. work at the Naval Hospital. "With er's wife, Dorothy looks on.
attendant for summer vacations and transfersin
nated her a flight
C-118 (prop transport) aircraftin In announcing her resignation, the offing, we expect to losea E-4 Exam
office ceremonies on April 14. Mrs. Jastremski said that Mrs. large portion of our volun- Special

Tina is employed as a log Heft has been serving as chair teers," Mrs. Heft explained.
in NARTU's aircraft man of laboratory volunteers.She "Any trained volunteers who expects -

yeoman maintenance department, where is an alumna of Stanford Uni- to be in, town even part NearTuesday
she single-handedly maintainslog versity and has completed aca- of the summer are vitally neededto Date Draws

books for 40 different air- ,demic work leading to a Mas- fill our many empty slots.
craft. She also attends monthly ter's Degree in history and international Anyone willing to work one half
relations. She claims day a week is urged to call Red
drills here, as Aviation Maintenance for between 8 and 9 a.m. on
the a.m.
Administrationman Second Los Angeles as her home, but Cross at the Naval Hospital.We May 6, is day
vacancies in virtually the air station's quaified non- Wednesday for the following
will have
extensively as a
traveled
with Naval Air has .
Class McDonald, AG3 20 WPM AK3 -
participate in Crates: ;
rated to
Reserve Transport Squadron Navy wife. Experienced as a every department. personnel 20 WPM AZ3 20 WPM;CYN3 -
advance- ;
Crossat
high school teacher, a depart- The number of the Red the special Navy-wide
24F1. WPM DK3 20 WPM DT3 -
25 ;
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is 772- examination.The ;
In rating
and real the Naval Hospital ment
a
and dance ment store buyer
A former song entertainer examination is being held 20 WPM; J03 20 WPM; PC3 -
Tina has lived in Jacksonville estate broker, she is not cur- 2218. WPM SH3
for prospective E-4's due to an 20 WPM; PN3 30 ;
since the age of two.She increased need for petty officers (Clerk) 20 WPM SK3 20

is the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn required to maintain the high WPM; YN3 30 WPM.A .
Giorgetti of 367 W. 69th St. of operations needed to military/leadership examination -
"I began dancing and getting tempo accomplish the Navy's mission. will be given at the Educational -

paid for it when I was tour," Personnel wishing to take part Services Office testing

recalls Tina, who specialized as ?' in the examination should be room on May 1 at 8 a.m. Per-
a contortionist and performed at ;,; aware of the eligibility require- sonnel In pay grades E-2 and E-3
various locations throughout the this
are eligible for exam.
the
for test.
United States and Canada until ments All personnel must completethe Qualified personnel may be

1944.'That's. military (including authorized the following waiverof
professional
when I first enlistedin the militaryleadershipexam service in pay grade: For
the WAVES," she said. Tina factors and per- participation In the May exam,
served during World War II at ), practical requirements for service in pay grade for advance
formance test
Naval Supply Depot, Hawthorne, pay-grade in order to ment to E-4 are waived. The
the
Nev., and in 1945 was trans- next examination. candidate must be serving in pay
the
ferred to (then) Balboa Park compete in heads are urgedto grade E-3 on May 6._
. WAVE base at San Francisco, t Department
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where she was discharged.Tina get on time.the special This evaluation evaluationsin is I\ WHAT'S INSIDE I
Jacksonvillein
returned to
used to compute a man's final
1948, went to work as aclerktypist with Editorials..2
For personnel
at the Naval Air multiple
Rework Facility here, and reen- less than 90 days on-board, special Club Schedules..6
be submitted -
Naval Air Reserve.She evaluations must
listed was in transferred the to her pre- by April 30. Movies. . . ;:; 9
will
sent job on May 5, 1968. Typing performance the test Educa- Want Ads.:9:

Tina became Interested in fly- be tional administered Services Office at Bldg. 955, Sports . . .II. 12
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VOL. 27 NO. 4 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 17, 1969



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W ,9 ; 2rV ) Aircraft and Equipment Costs :



Jax -- The cost of equipping dized logistic support for air- SISMS got its start in 1967
the nation's armed forces with craft used by more than one of under the joint sponsorship of
aircraft and the associated aero- the services. the top material and logistics
nautical equipment to keep them Other benefits expected as the, commanders of the Army, Navy
rAr flying is expected to go down as a result of the project are fewer and Air Force. The study groupis
;; a result of a management project delays in getting parts and eliminating expected to remain at NAS
", being conducted here. the need for each of the Jacksonville until April 25.
.4' Two dozen Army, Navy and service to develop unique
? Air Force people are aboard specifications in buying, main- Heading the project here Is
a 3 this station compiling reports taining and operating the same Navy Capt. D.D. Farshing Jr.,
y gathered during the past 18 aircraft system. from the Naval Air Systems

.. -:-"...,-- months at military bases and The 18-month study has cov- Command headquarters, Washington -
'
,; >.";'k 1:'"f,:' from industry throughout the ered such diverse areas as tech- D.C. Formerly stationed -
< in Jacksonville Capt. Farsh-
country as part of the Standard nical publications, regulationsand
. Integrated Support Management directives of the services, ing maintains his family homeat
System (SISMS) project. interservice agreements, along 2220 Holly Leaf Lane,Orange
The study task force Is establishing with reports and statistical data. Park.
joint operating agree-
.' ments whereby a single service
:k will have the overall manage-
ment of one aircraft. In
. SHE'S FIRST .- Mrs. Clementine (Tina) McDonald a Weekend the past,any each service boughtan
Warrior and civilian employee receives air cre'w wings. aircraft, support equipment

and parts on its own, sometimes
Grandmother WAVE paying different prices for the
same item.

Earns Wings of Gold management The single concept service will support cover }

the entire cycle of an aeronautical

By JO I Wayne Mishler u'- system, from the time it Is
Mrs. Clementine (Tina) Mc- work Facility. worked on me bought, through its operating 14 y7rA7M.., j 4a
Donald is a grandmother, but life transfer desk, accepting sick air- cycles, to the time it is phasedout ,
in a rocking chair is strictly craft for overhaul and' transfer- of sevice.
. against her taste. ring.renewed ones,out., It taught This project is expected to I
The perk, dark-haired grand- me' a lot about airplanes," she save taxpayer dollars through the

mother of two would rather givea (Continued on Page 2)) development and use of standar-
song and dance performance

Navy or fly transport as a stewardess aircraft.aboard a Red Cross Has New '

Tina Is a civilian employeeand .
Weekend Warrior at the Naval Chairman of Volunteersrently L ;; -
Air Technical Training Unit
(NARTU) at Jacksonville. After THREE YEARS LATER -- SSgt. Paul L. Tucker (center) en-
two years of trying, she has become Mrs. James O. Heft, newlyap- pursuing any career except listed in the Army in February 1966 at the Armed Forces Examining -
the first WAVE to achieve pointed Qiairman of Hospital as a wife and the mother of and Entrance Station here. Last week he returned
aircrewmanship in the nationwide Volunteers, was presented to a four lively sons.
for Meritorious achievement in
Naval Air Training Command. gathering of that group at the Her first announcement in accepting there to accept an Air Medal
Capt.Berton R.Otto,commanding recent graduation of a class of her new office, was to Vietnam during 25 combat support flights. Cdr. Elmer G. Huber,
officer of NARTU, presented new volunteers. Mrs. !Heft is call for trained volunteers to AFEES commanding officer makes the presentation while Tuck
Tina's aircrew wings and desig- replacing.Mrs.Richard Jastremski. -. work at the Naval Hospital. "With er's wife, Dorothy looks on.
nated her a flight attendant forC118 summer vacations and transfersin
(prop transport) aircraftin In announcing her resignation, the offing, we expect to losea
E-4 Exam
office ceremonies on Aprill4. Mrs. Jastremski said that Mrs. large portion of our volun- Special
Tina Is employed as a log Heft has been serving as chair teers," Mrs. Heft explained.
yeoman in NARTU's aircraft man of laboratory volunteers.She "Any trained volunteers who expects -
maintenance department, where Is an alumna of Stanford Uni- to be in, town even part
she single-handedly maintainslog versity and has completed aca- of thesummer are vitally neededto Date Draws NearTuesday
books for 40 different air- demic work leading to a Mas- fill our many empty slots.
craft. She also attends monthly ter's Degree in history and international Anyone willing to work one half
drills here, as Aviation Maintenance relations. She claims day a week is urged to call Red
Administrationman Second Los Angeles as her home, but Cross at the Naval Hospital.We May 6, is the day for between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. on
Class McDonald, with Naval Air has traveled extensively as a will have vacancies in virtually the air station's quaified non- Wednesday for the following
Reserve Transport Squadron Navy wife. Experienced as a every department. rated personnel to participate in -rates: AG3 20 WPM; AK3 -
24F1.A high school teacher, a department The number of the Red Crossat the special Navy-wide advance- 20 WPM; AZ3 20 WPMCYN325 ; -
former song and dance entertainer store buyer, and a real the Naval Hospital is T72- ment In rating examination.The WPM; DK3 20 WPM; DT3 -
Tina has lived in Jacksonville estate broker, she is not cur- 2218. examination is being held 20 WPM; J03 20 WPM; PC3 -
of She for prospective E-4's due to an 20 WPM; PN3 30 WPM; SH3
since the two.
is the daughter of age Mrs. Evelyn Increased need for petty officers (Clerk) 20 WPM; SK3 20
maintain the high WPM; YN3 30 WPM.A .
required to
Giorgetti, of 367 W. 69th St. I
and tempo of operations needed to military/leadership examination -
"I getting
dancing
began
mission. will be given at the Edu-
the Navy's
"
paid for it when I was lour, accomplish
Personnel wishing to take partin cational Services Office testing
recalls Tina, who specialized as
the examination should be room on May 1 at 8 a.m. Per-
a contortionist and performed at sonnel in grades E.2: and E-3
various locations throughout the FYY aware of the eligibility require- pay
for this
eligible exam.
United States and Canada until ments for the test. are
be
All personnel must completethe Qualified personnel may
1944.
"That's when I first enlistedin professional, military (including authorized the following waiverof For
service In pay grade:
the militaryleadershipexam
the WAVES, she said. Tina ,
4 k In the May exam,
and participation
factors -
served during World War II at s ), practical performance
for advance
for service in pay grade
test requirements
Naval Supply Depot, Hawthorne,
E-4 waived. The
In order to ment to are
Nev., and in 1945 was trans- the next pay-grade
in
be
candidate must serving pay
ferred to (then) Balboa Park compete in the examination. 6.
grade E-3 on May
heads are urgedto
WAVE base at San Francisco, Department
where she was discharged.Tina fr \ yt/I_. get the special evaluationsin Is t WHAT'S INSIDE I
returned to JacksonvilleIn on time. This evaluation
1948, went to work as a a v used to compute a man's final
clerk-typist at the Naval Air k 4 multiple For personnel with Editorials..2
Rework Facility here and reen- less than 90 days on-board, spe- Club Schedules..6
listed in the Naval Air Reserve. 1w: cial evaluations must be submitted -
She was transferred to her pre- _--L_ lj by April 30. Movies. . . : :; 9
sent job on May 5,1968. Typing performance test will Want Ads..9 '
Tina became interested in fly- be administered at the Educa-
955 . .I II.I i 12
ing while employed at the Re Mrs. James 0. Heft tional Services Office, Bldg. Sports.

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Boating Plus' SafetyCommon /:/:!,:: U; i YiAJI I: Violations ,:\I .,

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The following Is a report of
Water SenseThe motor vehicle accidents and traf-
fic violations for the period April
1-7.

frantic upsurge of water sports in recent years has resultedin
a rapidly mounting casualty toll from "preventable" accidents. 5 ) d Number of Accidents
Preventable, that is, had the participants learned the potential qa This week . . .9
danger of their equipment and environment.The Total accidents this year through

light-weight, low-powered outboard engine of a few years April 7 . .". . 87.
ago has become a juggernaut. The fisherman seeking a quiet spot Number of accidents through
for drowning worms has been replaced at the helm by untrained April 1968 . . 112.
landlubbers who push their craft at full throttle.If Total number of days since last
you plan to take up (or are already involved in) one type of injury in a motor vehicle ac-

water sport or the other, you owe it to yourself and your fellow ,- accident . . 165.
water enthusiasts to learn something about the handling of boats L -, -- Number of ViolationsThis
and water safety. week . '.' . 30.
If you observe the following 10 common-sense rules of water THE FLOWER GIRLS -- Jacksonville's officers' wives are Speeding . . . 2.
busy making the many flowers that will highlight the decorations Reckless driving . . 0.
for the annual Magnolia Ball. The ball will be held May Going through stop sign 0.

3 at the NAS Officers Club. Tickets for the affair are $12 per Other violations . 28.
couple. Thirty-six drivers appeared

before,the Traffic Hearing Boardon
April 10. Disposition of the
I.R.S. Tips $ cases included the following: 6
q
lost driving and parking privi-
leges aboard station for various
For RefundsIf
periods; 11 were assigned to

you are one of those individuals complete an eight-hour coursein
-" ** remedial driving; 3 received
J- CS -
t _jTr who has money coming B tmom
-- suspensions; 12 were given warnings -
-= =-- -- -- from the government, there area
few things you should know about ; 15 were dismissed;10 were
what to do with the money.If fined (U.S. Commissioner); and

safety, reommended by the U.S. Coast Guard, they will be your you wish, you can make your : 1 referred to commanding officers -
best insurance in avoiding boating accidents: money work for youardtakeyourrefund for possible disciplinary ac-
in U. S. Savings Bonds or *TUB MiM AM HAPPY Aft LONE Afr tion. Twenty-seven drivers were
Freedom Shares.If h+av ARa BUSY," assessed 67 traffic points.n'sCorner.
1. Know your boat 2. Keep good lookout
3 Run at safe speeds 4. Carry proper equipment you elect to receive your refund -
5. Respect the weather 6. Secure boat correctly in one lump sum, you condo The
Vetera
7. Keep boat in good shape 8. Don't overload this, too. If you are overseas or
on board ship and have not given
9.
Take fuel.
enough 10. Obey the law
your wife power of attorney,or do

not have a joint bank account in (Editor's Note: Below are authoritative A. -- Yes. SGLI is not issued -
Above all remember that common sense and courtesy go a long which the check canbedeposited, answers by the Vet- by VA but by private insurance -
way toward promoting boating safety. your wife can cash the check by erans Administration to some companies. National
Recognizing the reed for emphasis on boating safety,the Congress, presenting it to any Internal Revenue of the many current questions Service Life Insurance is issued
by joint resolution approved June 4, 1958, requested that the Presi- Service office with proof of from former servicemen and and administered by the VA and
dent proclaim annually the week which includes July 4 as National her status as' your wife. It will their families. Further informa- is also available to veterans witha
Safe Boating Week. take approximately two weeks
tion on Veterans benefits may be service connected disabilitywho
He has also asked that the American public take advantage of from the time the first check is
obtained VA office.
from
at any ) were.separated serviceon
educational courses in boating safety and that all those who use returned before she will receive t
after You
or 25 19S1.
our waterways exercise courtesy and apply safe boating practices the second check reissued by the 0 -- How can I check to within April ,
apply from
must one
. at all times. IRS in your wife's name.' In determine whether my wife is year
the the designated of the date VA determines your disability -
returning joint dieck, you beneficiaty my
should advise your wife to use National Service Life Insurance? to be service connected. -
certified or registered mail if the This may seem a strange. ques- Ten thousand dollars is the
Is 4.0 Perfect? check cannot be delivered to the tion. However, my mother, who maximum amount of Governmentlife

IRS office in person.tvrne was my beneficiaty when I went insurance any veteran may
have, but this is in addition to
into
the
service
By Cdr. Vincent J. Mahony, CHC, USN died recently, the SGLI.
-and. I .cannot- -remember for certain .
How would ypu like to have everything in life perfect? No : that I filled out any form GRANDMA'
> Services
disease, no crime, no ignorance. Of course, this would probably : changing the Lerefic1ary des igna-

mean no doctors, no nurses, no oorpsmen,no policemen, no lawyers, tion to my wife.A (Continued from Page I)
no judges, no teachers, no instructors, no professors. In fact, this -- Write to the VA officeto
would make a lot of doctors, lawyers and chiefs unhappy, as they ROMAN CATHOLICSt. which you send your NSLI said.One of the things she learnedis
would be out of a job. Perfection in this life would also eliminate premium payment and request that there is more to being a
many of the virtues which frequently sustain us and even bring a Edwards Chapel that you be advised as the bene- flight attendant than serving food
measure of happiness. ficiary you have designated to receive -
and coffee
SUNDAY '
MASS9 & 11 a.m. the proceeds of that during flights.
There would be no faith if everything were seen perfectly clearly; DAILY MASS11:30 a.m., policyIn "You also have to compute cargo -
there would be no hope if things were as good as they could be; and SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m. the event that your wife is weights, determine fuel requirements -

there might not even be any charity if there were no minor faultsto Confessions will be held on not the disignated beneficiary, manage passengerand
love in those we love. If there were no fish wiggling off the hook, Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. ask the VA to send you form cargo manifests, and know
no three and two count on the batter, no fourth and two with a minuteto instead of Saturday.U. 29 336. It would also be a all the NA TOPS procedures,"she

go--if everything were 4.0: without God,how dull can life become? good. idea to check the methodof explains.
S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt. payment you may have pre- NATOPS is naval aviation par-

It would appear that there is, indeed, wisdom in the ways of Almighty Luke's Chapel viously selected to insure that the lance for the Navy's encyclopedia
God, who permits the flaws of His creatures to frequently proceeds of your policy will be of aircraft handling procedures,
point up the facets of their nobler and more sustained goodness.If SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m. paid to your wife in the manner the highest hurdle a prospective
time, with its Inherent obstructiveness, is a'prelude to eternity, PROTESTANT WORSHIP you desire.' aircrewman must clear. Spelledout
it could well be that imperfection is merely the bumpy road to SERVICES10:00 a.m. 0 -- My brother has been in It means Naval Air Training
perfection. It may be that the unlimited happiness of heaven is for PROTESTANTAll a VA hospital for some three Operational Procedures Sys-
those who, with God's help, master their own imperfections and months. His last pension was tems.
are slow to cast stones at the imperfections of others. Saints' Chapel reduced to $30. Why was it To qualify for aircrewmanship,

reduced? Can it be increasedto Tina had to meet all the stan-
SUNDAY the amount he received before dard flight qualifications required -
Church School -9:00 a.m. going into the hospital of men, which includes
Bldg. # 722 A mastery of water survival tech-
JTAX AI 1VEWSThe Junior Church 10:00 a.m. check- Your brother's pension niques, completion of a coursein
from
the VA was reducedto
#/
Bldg. 722 physiology, and scoring pass-
Divine. Worship Service 10 $30 because of a law limit- ing grades on two written exami
a.m. Bldg. 1 H# 750 ing pensions to this amount for nations.
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Episcopal Communion 8:30. veterans without dependents after "Only the NATOPS exam wor-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, a.m. two full calendar months of ried me. I'm glad I passed it

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Molt Publishing Company, a Small Chapel Bldg. ###750 full hospitalization. Your brother's because I have always wantedto
private firm. AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Junior Youth Fe11owshlp-5 p.m. pension will be restored after be more active in my squadron -

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box TUESDAY Bldg. # 722 VA hospital.he is released from the ," says the grandmother.

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 0. -- When I was Whether or not they agree,
discharged
(cation.( Hews items are welcomed from all sources Telephone Bldg. fc 750 p.m. from the Army a couple of- there are a number of male
772 3118 or 3119. WEDNESDAYNavigator's months ago, I convened crewmen in the squadron who
$10,000 my welcome the woman's touch in
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Bible Class 7 Life Servicemen's Group their flights. Prepackagedmeals
concerning such should be directed to: p.m. Bldg. ff 722 Insurance policy to a permanent are the usual fare aboard
policy. I
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VOL. 27 NO.4 APRIL 17, 1969 Bldg. !?# 722 have service connected dis Fellow grandmother style.
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I !Navy' Jets Are Busy Everywhere Over South Viet Nam. j


RVN Navy jets from the reporting 26 enemy military bombed an enemy supply route 25 miles ((40 km) west south- wing bombed enemy positions two
carriers USS Coral Sea Ranger structures and 15 bunkers destroyed 30 miles ((48 km) west south- west of Hue with 1,000 pound and four miles ((3 and 6 km)
Ticonderoga. Kitty Hawk and En- or damaged, four supply west of Hue with the air spotter bombs and 20 mm cannon fire. southeast of Hoi An. Damagewas
terprise flew sorties .over South routes cut, five enemy sampans reporting it cut in two places. Commenting on the strike, one of reported by FACs.
Vietnam during March, striking damaged, and one secondary ex- Earlier, Corsairs from Car- the pilots Lt. (jg) James D. Two F4 Phantom sorties were
enemy positions through the Re- plosion.A7 rier Air Wing 11 bombed several Bell, 25, of Keota, Iowa, said, also flown by pilots from the
public. Corsairs from the USS Ti- enemy targets located three and 'Our Forward Air Controller led air wing. Their target was an
The world's largest aircraft conderoga attacked an enemy five miles ((5 and 8 km) south- us to an area where he has been enemy supply route 28 miles ((45
carrier, the nuclear poweredUSS bunker complex 14 miles ((22 km) east of Hoi An. Aerial observers hosed down before. The storage km) south southwest of Quang
Enterprise arrived back on west of Cam Lo with 1,000-pound reported the strikes resultedin area was on a mountaintop, and> Tri. Air spotters reported the
Yankee Station on March 31, and bomds and 20mm cannon fire.Lt. 17 enemy military structuresand the FAC wanted us to space the supply route cut in two places.
started launcing sorties at 8:15 (jg) Michael R. Cha 25, of five sampans damaged. 1,000 <. pounders across the top. Navy jets from the attack carrier -
a.m., Saigon time. Kalamazoo, Mich., flying one of Nine enemy structures and four He said there were three secon USS Ranger flew nine sortiesApril
Flying the majority of their the strikes, reported, "Our tar- bunkers were destroyed by the dary explosions from the target.In 5 against enemy targets inI
sorites in the Republic's Corps, get was located where a stream 500 pound bombs of 60 other the valley right below the and II Corps.Targets .
A4 Skyhawks, A6 Intruders, A7 ran between two hills. The bunk- Corsairs from the air wing., An mountain,' well camouflaged by for A7 Corsairs from
Corsairs and F4 Phantoms from ers had been' built into one of the air spotter reported the damage trees, were enemy bunkers. We the Ranger included an enemy
the carriers hit enemy targets hillsides. After our 1,000 in the target: area six miles ((10 strafed the bunkers with 20mm bunker complex 40 miles ((64km)
destroying or damaging 306 pound bombs had exploded, the km) northeast of Quang Tri. cannon fire and destroyed one north northeast of Kontum; an
enemy military structures and FAC (Forward Air controller) More Corsairs bombed enemy bunker." enemy weapons position 16miles
125 enemy bunkers. Other said we had destroyed seven bunker, complexes located seven The attack was in support of ((26 km) northwest of Quang Tril;
damage included 43 .supply bunkers and damaged four miles ((11 km) north and 12 miles elements of 'the 3rd Brigade of and another enemy position 35
routes, 35 caves, 16 waterborne more." ((19 km) northwest of Khe Sanh. the 101st Airborne Division(Airmobile miles ((56 km) north northwest -
logistics craft, and 735 metersof An enemy staging area 12 miles F4: Phantoms from the air wing ). of Danang. '
trehchline destroyed or da- ((19 km) southeast of Khe Sanh attacked an automatic weapons Other Corsairs.blasted enemy F4 Phantoms from the carrier
... maged. The planes also ignited was the target for A4 Skyhawks site 20 miles ((32 km) south of trenches and bunkers 14 miles dropped their 500 pound bombson
40 secondary fires and caused from the Ticonderoga. One of the Hue. Damage assessment from ((22 km) northwest of, Khe Sanh an enemy yroop concentra-
20 secondary explosions.On pilots, Lt. Cdr. Charles E.'Chuck" the latter strikes was not avail- while supporting elements of the tion 47 miles (75 km) southwestof
March 26, pilots from the Hill, 32, of Ottawa able. 3rd Marine Division currently Danang.
USS .Coral Sea and Kitty Hawk Kan., said "Friendly troops In other air action on April engaged in Operation Purple All sorites were in supportof
flew a combined total of 54 attack were a shor distance away,wait- 3, Phantoms from Carrier Air Martin. One secondary exposionwas Allied forces.Damage assess
sorties, interdicting eight ing to go after the enemy. We Wing Nine blasted an enemy observed by an aerial ob- ment was not available.
enemy supply routs and destroying put all our 500 pounders on supply route 40 miles ((64 km) server. Navy jets from the carriers
23 enemy structures and five the target. Our flight also fired south southwest of Danang. Still other Corsairs from the (Continued on Page 10))
bunkers. several rounds of 20mm cannon The air spotter reported the route Ticonderoga attacked enemy
Then, this month, beginning fire into some military struc- cut in two places. positions 17 miles ((27 km)south- SPACIOUS PEACEFUL
April 3, Seventh Fleet jets flew tures in the area." The FAC reported Air Wing Nine Corsairs bombed southeast of Danang and 15 miles MARSHALL ACRES
:37 attack sorties In South Viet- all ordnance on target. an. enemy storage area 40 ((24 km) southeast of Khe Sanh. 9359 103rd Street
nams' I Corps with spotters Other Corsairs and Skyhawks miles ((64 km) southwest of Da- Air spotters reported all ord- Jacksonville.'s' newest &
nang and a bunker complex 35 nance on target. most modern mobile home
miles ((56 km) west of Quang Corsairs from Carrier Air community Is now open for
Tri. An air spotter reported a Wing 11 hit an enemy automatic your inspection. Large 44 x
secondary explosion erupting weapons site, a storage area anda 75' lots.
from within the storage area. bunker complex, respectively ONLY $35 PER MO.
VISIT Twenty three attack sorties located seven miles ((11 km) and
Swimming pool', tennis' court
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enemy bunkers or structures de- Sanh. Spotters reported three joyment. Act Today! Call:
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second quarter of the 1969 Blanding. A score of 190 is
calendar year has begun and with the minimum,but a 220 orbetter,
' that the Marines must once again is needed to be classed as an ex- \\(4
. take and pass the physical fitness pert. + a
. test (PFT). SSgt. Partridge had two per- _
The events this quarter include fect scores on the 200 yard L
the rope climb, standing broad and 300 yard: Rapid Fire Volleys. -'
jump, squat thrusts, leg lifts :
and the three mile run. Twelve VP-16, :
at
All MAD permanent personnel, 1. i'
age 44 and under, must take the -
test, and successfully pass all Honored _
pans. If any part is failed, the During i
entire test must be retaken. _

New Sergeants Award Ceremony

Three new arrivals at MAD V
were promoted to sergeant last Cdr. T.H. Ross, commanding
week. Sergeants J.D. Smith, officer of Patrol Squadron 16,
Fred Quattro and Larry Tallant conducted an awards ceremonyand
reported here from assignmentsin dress rehearsal for changeof
Vietnam. command ceremonies in the
Class 848 Graduates VP-16 hangar spaces yesterday.
Following an inspection of the
Aviation Ordnance class 848 squadron personnel, ,Cdr. Ross
graduated last week with Cpl. presented Good Conduce'Awards
Cdr. C. I. Stratmann (I), VP -7 CO administers the reenlist -
Daryl Key? winning high Marine to ASM1 D.W. Adcock RM2 G.P. AIRBORNE REENLISTMENT -
honors. Brandenburg, AN Eutimio Me- ment oath to AW2 Larry Cravey and ADR2 Roger E. Cross, while flying In one of the squadrons
Cpl. Keys was meritoriously dina, RM2 R.W. Singletary. AW2 SP 2H "Neptune" Patrol Planes, 5,000 feet above Jacksonville. Cravey, a member of combat
promoted to his new rank for D.E. Saunders ADJ3 S.P. Holmes. air crew 33, reenlisted for four years and Cross, assigned to crew II. signed up for additional
completing the 18-week course TN3 T.G. Gomez, Jr., and six years.
I with an 88.9 average. AW2 W.D. Merrick.
Lcdr. J.E. Middleton and Lt.
, Top Shooter Curry,M. Lawler were designated Thirty-Six Falcons Advanced Yesterday
SSgt. Robert Partridge fired Patrol Plane Commander in ,
: a 239 of a possible 250 to lead the P-3A aircraft. Aircrewman
. the MAD requalifiers on the rifle Wings were presented to AX2
' range last week. 'T.B. Bates and AW3 E.E. Mc- Eleven More Due in July September
The Marines are currently in Fadden. Several letters of ap- ,
their annual requalifyingatCamp preciation were also presentedto
VP-16 personnel who took Thirty-six Balck Falcons of vanced as of yesterday and 10 bel
: ". toleration has never ;yet part in a medical mission during Patrol Squadron Seven joined the more advancing in September. Two of the squadron's men
excited civil has wan filled whereas the earth its their deployment to Argentia, hundreds of other station person- Fourteen of the Black Falcons became designated strikers yes-
opposite Newfoundland. nel in the officer ranks and 18 still have
with slaughter and desolation yesterday sewing on new joined petty terday more a
May all men rememberthat Following the change of com- crows for the first advancement yesterday, by advancing to,third chance for future advancement in
they are brethren! May mand rehearsal, the squadron Increment of the winter exams. class five were advanced to second the PNA (Passed Not,Advanced)
they alike abhor that tyranny; adjourned to the NAS Skeet Range The squadron reports that total and the squadron now has categories.
which seeks to subject the free- for an afternoon of cook-outs and of forty-; even will advance off one new chief.
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I VW-4 Officer Receives AwardLieutenant \\



Lieutenant Commander ArthurL. Combat "V" during a ceremony Ing officer, on behalf of the Sec-
Keating Weather Reconnaissance held last week. retary of the Navy.
Squadron Four received the The medal was presented by LCdr. Keating earned the aw 5
Navy Commendation Medal with Cdr. CJ. Cush VW-4 command- medal for meritorious servicein arrs'i+uxt
Vietnam from May 31 to Oct.
26 of last year.
The citation read: "For meri-
torious achievement while attached -
BODY >
MARINA to and serving on the
387-4669 tt 389.4659AUTOMARINE SHOP USS America (CVA-66))as a catapult -
and lens 0 ,
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SERVICE CENTER maintenance officer during

Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega River PH. 387-4669 combat operations against the 6
enemy. LCdr. Keating exhibited -
CALL 24 HR.389-1161 ROAD LICENSED YACHT BROKER an extensive knowledge of all ",

WRECKERSERVICE SALESSERVICESTORAGENEPTUNE equipment assigned in super-
vising the maintenance and directing -
TRAILER! the corrective action for

THUNDERBIRD all systems. His leadership and ..
i'' knowledge were instrumental in
EVINRUDE achieving the outstanding opera-
tional status of the America's
launching and recovery equip-
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matters, as was demonstrated -
NAVY SPECIALS by his handling of the VW 4 AWARD .. Cdr. C. J. Cush, VW 4 commanding of -

voluminous paper work associated ficer presents LCdr. A. L. Keating with the Navy Commendation '
with message traffic and:!main '
Medal with Combat "V.
tenance planning. LCdr. Keat-
II ing's professionalism, leader-
64 SKY LARK ship and dedication to duty '
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ill II The ceremony was held in the Fleet Reserve Branch #91 Blue Jackets Inn ..

66 MUSTANG 66 GALAXIE VW-4 hanger where LCdr. Keat- The Soul Challengers will pro-

:::: 2 DR HT. V-8 radio heater 500' 2 DR. HT. radio heater :::;: ing is presently assigned as Civil The Mark Castle Combo will vide the beat tonight. The Stan-
:: standard Automatic trans, power steerIng :: Engineer Corps officer.
:.: trans. extra nice. :: provide the dance music tomorrow -
::: power brakes factory air. :::: dard Production will be the afternoon -
1288 1388 I at the F.R.A. The'Tune- music makers Sunday,
sters will be on stage Saturday and the U.F.O's, rock at its best,
night and an open house will Sunday evening. Monday is free
66 TEMPEST 65 BISCAVNE2 .ii be held Sunday at 1 p.m. Sun- juke box night, and Brenda and

:::: DR COUPE. Straight stick 2 DR.. 6 cylinder Automatictrans. :::: day evening, a covered dish sup- Audrey, the tops in Go-Go, will
radio, heater, air cond.
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1288 988 provide the beat April 22, and
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HAL'SRESTAURANT provide the music beginningat
m 64 IMPALA 64 COMET 7 p.m. Happy Hour will be

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:68 BEL-AIR 63 GMC r HAL DAWSON cial evening has been planned, Mark Castle, Saturday. Menu
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: 4 DR. Radio heater automatic CARRY ALL, Radio heater ..:-: 7853 Normandy Blud.7819985ORANGEPARK featuring the music of Phil Cayan
n trans, power steering, power like new tires perfect con- ::::: '.' the Giantels, with Go-Go except Monday.
: brakes, factory air_ and war2188 dition. :: Tomorrow, LA and the Shifters _
:i:: ranty. 688 : :: Girls Brenda and Audrey from
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7 to 11 A drink
p.m. one cent
will be provided by Phil Cook
I sale will be held from 6:30
; ; to and the Chessman, and the Fate '
: 67 IMPALA 65 MALIBU
; THE 7:30 p.m., and the dinner menu -
}r 2 DR. HT._ V-8. automatic SUPER SPORT,V-8 Automatic I:? ULTIMATE INCONVENIENCE will feature beefeaters. Re- Three will, perform- Sunday. .
:::: trans., power steering, power trans, radio heater, power :8ft: !
( .. tiMiniuiimiMltiiufWMiii mimnuhmMMitiiiiiiimimii servations are suggested. No
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rr: condition factory 1888 1288 ::: ONLY 2! Mil.ES PROM admission charge.
{{: warranty. ;v.. NA5 JAX tfAJN GATE

} 63 IMPALA 67 GTO 1,2 & 3 Bedroom GIANT SWAP MEET
:::} COUPE. V-8 automatic trans., 2 DR. HT. V-8. Automatics :::: &WedOOM.ett
:: radio neater power steering 'trans., radio, heater power :::: Apartments From
}:; clean. steering, power brakes, factory:::: JAX LARGEST FLEA
# 988 air 22,000.miles. 1988 ;11 $138 Mo. Offering !> J Rotuit103rd MARKETAll
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:: 4 SPEED radio, heater, wide ::
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; 68 CHEVROLET 63 BISCAYNE !! 'ORANGE PARK FREE DELIVERY 768.7058 or 763-4793

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Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way!
:::: STATION WAGON. V-8, Automatic :::: ta I Get to .
.... 4 DR. V-8, Automatic trans, trans radio heater, :.:. up $600 take up to 24 months to
:::: factory air only 35,000 miles power steering, perfect con :::: repay! Just phone .'. get cash in visit to
ditlon. the office. .or drop in today!
::1:: 1388 1088Cm : f
A Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial!

m.J Mist Of Ties. '(Irs la Fiasaced ... LOANS UP TO $600

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19 Year Old Navy Dependent PickedAs ri ; l April 30 DeadlineSet



North Florida Strawberry Queen for Jax NASAMembership


., DriveDue
Sax -- In this mod world of LCdr. Thomas is the senior Shore has won in baton competition.She
the "beautiful people" it Is refreshing Patrol ,duty officer on the staffof won her first baton twirling tro-
find Commander Fleet Air Jack- phy several and during
to a person who has years ago to the high level of interest -
beauty, brains and a sincere sonville. 18 months of competition collected in the Jacksonville Naval
personality. The personable teenager is 44 trophies and 66 medals
Air Station Association (JAX
Linda Thomas 19 Miss Northeast Florida for her twirling
a -year-old currently prowness. NASA) the enrollment
Navy dependent has combined and this weekend she will competein She gained another first programs
for members and insurance -
these qualities with a shapely the Miss Florida Universe for herself when she became one period new
has been extended to
figure 'to become the newly contest, a preliminary to the Miss of the country's youngest profes-
crowned North Florida Straw Universe contest to' be held in sional baton teachers at 16. She t: April 30, according to Fred
Bedenbaugh, vice president,
berry Queen. She won the titleat Miami in May. Linda was runner now operates a baton school in NASA.
the Bradford County Fair and up in last year's Miss Florida Jacksonville, and this summer
that the -
Bendenbaugh enrollment
Springtime Festivalbringinghercollection Universe contest. will travel across the countryas says
is to all civilian
of beauty contest Other trophies on the mantleof far west as Californiatoteachat open
+ yr employees of the Naval Air Station -
trophies to 14. the family's Lakeshore home baton summer camps.
The daughter LCd r.and Mrs. include Linda's runner up troph- Linda will also travel to Miami and Its tenant commands.
Arthur C. Thomas of Jack- ies as 1967 Miss Duval County this summer where she will He also said that members get
sonville, Linda won her first and Miss Jacksonville of 1968. model clothes of the junior soph- immediate benefits through a
contest in 1967 when she was The Thomas' home is also the isticate line for several national Members Discount Booklet which
.selected as Miss Blaze by the show place for numerous other magazines.A lists various businesses offering
Lakeshore Fire Department. trophies and medals which Linda 1967 graduate of Forrest discounts to NASA members. An
High School, Miss Thomas attends t additional membership benefit is
the opportunity to secure Quick-
... .. ... Florida Junior College
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about her future, the active Miss low rate that will cover not only
wagen werks Thomas said she hopes to continue the member, but also his wife
entering beauty contests and .rr'tllll--% and children.He '
urged all civilian employees
: : :::;,::: : ::::::::::::: operate her baton school.
Miss Linda Thomas to see their SAX NASA repre-
sentative before the member-

n SPECIAL! Supply- Sets Procurement Days support ship deadline to the ,association.Aviation and give. their


THIS MONTH ONLY Funds tight? The local Dis- transferred without charge. Team -
posal Division of the Supply Department Prior decision of an activities
Disposal Yard has excess needs will expedite screening amenable
COMPLETE personal property for the limited force tobetter Meets TodayA
screening and procuring every serve all customers.
MUFFLER Tuesday and Friday from 8:30 team of three officers from
INSTALLATION a.m. to 11:30 a.m.and froml p.m.to the Aviation Assignment Sectionof
27.95 3 p.m. VP-45 Wives Plan BuPers is scheduled to meet
Reg. ,
_MUFFLERS The yard is located one and today at 10 a.m. in Bldg. 168,
TAILPIPES one half miles south of the main 22 Room 204. They are visiting the
April
MeetingThe
I station to contact aviation officers -
gate of the air station on Highway -
INSTALLATION NOW $2195 17.Due in the ranks of lietuenant
KITS to the limited Disposal Enlisted Wives Club commander, lieutenant, lieutenant -
personnel available for escort of Patrol Squadron 45 is junior grade, ensign and war-
duty, inspection parties are con- scheduled to meet on April rant officer.
SEDANS AND KARMANN GHIAS fined to two persons. Material 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bluejacket's Topics to be covered include, :
found suitable for an activitiesuse Inn. A representative ,career ,
pattern management pro-
FACTORY TRAINED VW of
MECHANICS a major airline will
may be procured by sub- motion opportunity,augmentation '
6324 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-8850 mission of an. authorized requis- be the guest speaker. All and many other important'sub- *
Next to Playboy Drive-In Theatre ition. 'enlisted wives of the squadron affect
JC0 invited '. jects directly officer..per-. >
are to attend. '
All APA and NSA property is sonnel.

The team, consisting of a commander ,
lieutenant commander .
and lieutenant, will be counseling <
Plan Your Vacation officers below the rank of commander .
both here and at NAS

BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. NOW Cecil Field.

Their purpose is to contact
the maximum number of avia-
2E- I tion officers for an informal

/ group presentation and discus-
--; FLY THE sion.

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........ wives based on topics of a similar '
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Movies / ', ((110 mins.) .
HOSPITAL: "BANDOLERO"

starring James Stewart, Dean '
Martin and Raquel Welch. Clor .S y

Movies will be shown Wester. A&M/E ((114 mins) W? T J D t
nightly CECIL FIELD "THE SWEET
: 3toJtJiL J$
at the NAS Theater
at 7:30 *
p.m. RIDE" starring Tony Francisca
There will also be a kiddie mat- and
Jacqueline Bisset. Color
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Drama. (A/VG (118 mins) Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville, .
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
day and holidays.The FRIDAY, April 18 Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
Hospital Theater will have publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
NAS: "WILD SEASON" starr- be received WITH the copy for the ad.
one nightly feature at 7 1 p.m. ing Joe Stewardson. Color
Cecil Field will have two nightly Drama.: CNA
((100 mins.) De Net Siri Cub "
shows during the week at 5:30 HOSPITAL: "HOW TO SAVE A .,
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be, MARRIAGE

shown on weekends at 2 and LIFE" AND RUIN YOUR Rita: MiiiBvn_ chirge ((3 Hits). . . . .$2.00
5
p.m. CECIL FIELD: "SGT. RY-
Ratings: A-Adults: G-General KER" starring Lee Marvin and Per Mitiunl UM wards n.
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- Vera Miles Color Drama. G/ ((4 Per .).> e e e e e 0.50

Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very VG ((94 mins.) .
Good; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA -
Class Not,Available.. SATURDAY, April 19
HOUSE BY OWNER JUSTISS TRAILER
FOR SALE PARK STEREO CONSOLE $63
THURSDAY. April 17 NAS: "HARPER" starring 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath Garage, Fence 1 Qtr Mile .No. of NAS. Clean Take up payments on 2 month old
Paul Newman, Lauren Bacall and corner lot 102 x 85, trees Oak modern trailers & Apts. 389- beautiful stereo console like new.
NAS: "HOW TO SAVE A MAR- Janet Leigh. Color Detective Hill, conv, 10 Cecil &Jax. Phone 3007. 4-speed record changer-com
Drama. A&MVGHOSPITAL
RIAGE AND RUIN YOUR LIFE" 771-6259 or 7715098.AUTOMOBILES bination radio. Balance due $63
starring Dean Martin and Stella : "WILD SEASON" or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
CECIL. FIELD "BAN DO- 3 BR, 2 BATH CENT. HEAT &
Stevens. Color Comedy. A&M/E : FURNISHEDEast night orday.Willdeliver.noobll-
Air, 4 1/2%/ Loan $16,900.
LERO"i & West Coast. 353-3691. Fenced yd.. Call after 3 week- gation. A-l Music Center, 1606 ,..
Main Street.
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1 NAS & Cecil 1 blk w'/of WELDING!
Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS No job too large or small.Trail-
1 Apts. Newly painted 2 Br., LR, 3 BR, 1,1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 ers, ornamental iron work, fuel
!' OPEN Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking down as low as $65 month. Callus oil stands. Westside Custom
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SUNDAY
Water, Sewage & Garbage includ. for, up to date lists that will Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. .
1 Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call be mailed without obligation. 781-9482.

I 1 387-2541, nites or weekends call VANSANDT REALTY 3873597.IN .

I THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! I 389-0744. m CLAY COUNTY BRAND NEW

I ...WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE ANYWHERE! I IN CLAY COUNTY Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma-
2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved acres & larger. Terms. Ph. chine, Left In Layaway, Balance'
1 100% GUARANTEE and graded road frontage $1450 282-5272 or 282-5224.. $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo.
I per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. 6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-5028.
We gave them the): VW 16 point Safety and Performance In 282-5272 Home 282-5224. Delivery with no obligation.
I apertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything 3 SINGERS $15
I that needed it. And guaranteed them 100,.. for the repair or FOR SALE Sewing Machines. Left in storageat ,
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000
I miles. Come on In and double check. 1968 Majave 50 cc, 1,300 miles 1606 Main Street. Excellent 1 ONLY NEW 60' X 12' 3 BR,
I 1I Runs; Good. Price includes One condition. Fully electric. Does Front Kitchen center DR, Car-
ENGINE ASSEMBLIES"TRANSMISSION 'REAR ELECTRICAL AXLE FRONT SYSTEM AXLE I Helmet; Being Discharged. Must everything. Complete with at- pet, fully furnished, $4,387 ABC
Sell. $175.00 or best offer. Call tachments. Yours for storage Mobile Homes, 6545 Normandy
168 MERCURY Cougar $2695 Miller 772-3315. charges. Only $15 each. Phone Blvd.
353-1946 night or day. Will deliver -
>door hardtop V.8. automatic transmission power
I steering factory air. red black vinyl top. 1 FOR SALE no obligation.
I 23,000 BTU Air Conditioner, FLY JETS TO EUROPE
68
PONTIAC
I Tempest $2695 $110. Dishwasher Portable $75, GERMAN SHEP. MALE BLK & $125.00
Custom (2) >door hardtop, V-8, automatic trans- American Sofa.$50 Metal Military Travel Service Inc.
Early .
I mission, power steering factory air, vinyl top. Tan. Lost-Strayed Via CecilMar.
Desk & Chair with lamp attached 24. 384-4824 or 264-6855. P.O. Box -Cookstown, N J.

168 MERCURY Cyclone $2695 $5. All in good condition, Phone((609) 723-1313 r........
OT fastback V-8, automatic transmission. .call 772-8448. FOR SALE 120 x 200' Lot Available for Military Per;
I air conditioned, power steering, coral. and 12 x 56' Trailer. Off 103rdSt. sonnel and their DependentsOnly.
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68 WAITRESS WANTED J & N Will sell seperately. 771- --
I FORD Galaxie 500' $2495 i 3990. Pro-Rated Cost of Charter -
Restaurant, Post & Edgewood.
4-door hardtop V-8 automatic
transmission, I
I factory air, blue blue vinyl top. poW'er.ateerlng. Young, inexperience, we ,train. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING--
168 CHEVROLET Window units & central units, FOR RENT OR FOP. SALE
I Impala $2495 I FOR SALE 63 FIAT 600D. serviced & repaired. Tylers Houses & Apts. Equity VA .&
I 2-door transmission hardtop factory power air steering condition white.Y-', automatic 1 Good condition, $295. Call 771- Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 FHA resales. $100 down. Call

I 6374. Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388- Powell or Mills, USN Ret.264-
68 FORD Galaxie 500 $2495 F 5161. 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili
I 4-door air condition Y-S. automatic 1963 FIAT. 1100D RECENT tary-Free Notary.
I transmission power steering red. State Insp. Economy Transp.For

I 68 MUSTANG Fastback $2495 $340. Call p.m. 'or weekend,389- NEWLY WEDS $25 DOWN ASSUME PAY-

I 2+ 7, V-8 ,4 speed radio po al traction rear end. 5234. And about-to-be-married MENTS of $87 on 1968 54'xl2
169 help you own a mobile home.Open 2 BR, Raised front kitchen. ABC
VW
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I Fastback $2395 SWAP WantHl-backVW seats til 10 p.m. ABC Mobile Homes, Mobile Homes, 6545 NormandyBlvd.
Radio, heater automatic transmission. I in red or white vinyl for set low- 6545 Normandy Blvd. .

i 68 CHEVROLET Impala $21952door I back type In red vinyl.Cdr.RUSS, .
X-163 Cecil. "BEAUTIFUL RANCHERO"
LAKE LOTS
I hardtop, white wall tires, radio and heater I
Situated on one acre W/shade
turquoise. Tired of looking at tiny lake-
168 FORD Fairlane $1995 I lots for giant prices? Now see trees and fenced. 3 BR,. 1 1/2
1 FOR SALE 10 x 46 CHAMPION 2 1/2 acres of pecan grove on baths. Low Down Payment FHA
hardtop
Y-S. automatic transmission I Mobile Home. Assume payment Financing. See 7213 Shindler Dr.
I power steering, green. lovely Santa Fe Lake for only
U $1995 $66.44 mo. 772-0767. $8500. 'Near U. of Fla., ideal Ed C. Philips, Realtor, EV7-

67rPOpNTIACeFirebird. retirement. Terms. Call 387- 2503.

167 VW Karman Ghia $1795 FINANCING OF YOUR HOME 7379 after 6 p.m. AMPLIFIER-28 WATT, STEREO

arranged to each Individual Sacrifice price, $45 plus case.
Coupe radioheater white side wall tires, blue. FOR SALE
I needs. Rich man, poor man, Phone 384-7435.
F 67 DODGE Dart $1695 I working man we are willing to 1 complete single bed. 3872034.DO .

assist you with your mobile home 1967 CHEVELLE STA. WAGON
I matte 4-door transmission Sedan air condition, blue &,white.power steering auto I purchase. ABC Mobile Homes, YOU WANT TO BE A DISC R&H, W.W., stan. Trans. $1650,

166 FORD Galaxie 500 $1595 I 6545 Normandy Blvd. JOCKEY formation.? Dial '356-8351 for in- excellent, 3847435.

I 4-door hardtop air condition V-8 automatic
I transmission power steering, white. 1 GEORGE'S KENNELS ESTA-
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Radio heater new paint red. I near Cassat and Edge-

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?door hardtop y.s. automatic tran.mla.lon.64r I : )(
steering, red. Electrolux Vac.$15ALL
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CHEVY $7952door
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1 WESTSIDE 1 ABC Mobile Homes 6545 Nor- body. New tires, low mileage.
mandy Blvd. McFerrin Ext. 434 Cecil.
1 1

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I & Blanding Center Selling below F.H.A. Appraisal. Wire Wheels, Wood Steering; ......

1 1150 Lane Ave. Se. Phone>> 781-5511 i $450. Dn., no closing.,Air cond. Wheel R/H 388-0925.!
3 bedr., 2 c. garage, Cedar

iI Open Dally/ 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6 PM 771-7970 fence, $113.75 mo. Owner 919 FOR RENTIn
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I First Florida Tour For New Supply OfficerNAS Softball Season At Cecil Opens


CECIL CommanderL. coast by several years and now probably have to take up golf in With Fast Action For .
G. Gudbranson is the new has, home moorings at Mayport). self defense" he said. Sqdns, Station
station supply officer, coming Other tours have taken him to the ...... .
from a comb deployment aboard Naval War College and totheNaval '. .::!. By SMC George Blackburn .. ,:
the USS HANCOCK (CVA 19)) Air Test Center at Patu -
where he remembers his most xent River. .r NAS CECIL Monday even- Jack Kimball with three hits, the. :.
difficult logistic as "trying to get He lists his top hobby as sailing ings intra mural softball season last one being a 3-run homer.?'
I fresh lettuce and tomatoes." -- specifically, ocean sail began here when VA-44 met the Charley Wells also had a homer::'.
"They're extremely perish- ing. He competed in many races Marine and VA-174 clashed with later in the same game. J
: able and hard to ship out to shipson while stationed inJapan,skipperIng .CEC'llNAVY Weapons.In VA 45 downed Operations-- .'
station," he noted. "It's gen- his'own craft, and was victorin the opener at*B*Circle north Team 5-2. .'
erally three weeks beforeyouget a particularly appropriate one it took the Marines nine inningsto Even after this short a time,
'em!" for an American naval officer: put down VA-44 with a fin- both the winners and the losers'" ,.
A 1952 graudate of Universityof the "black ship festival" in Shi- al score of 6 to 5. showed great potential and indi
Western Washington who calls mota, commemorating the arri- Meanwhile at 'B' Circle south, cations are that it will still be' ,:
Bellingham the city where the val in Japan of the Occidental VA 174 topped the Weapons a rugged season in the National
school' is located, home, he has world and mechanical! age, in the Department team eight to seven League. '
served the Navy from Idaho to guise of the sable warships of after eight hard slugging innings. The American League, composed -
Japan and from Bremerton,just Commodore Oliver Hazard The nightcaps matched AMD, largely of Fleet Units,
down Puget Sound from home, to Perry. Other sports include who were last year's runner started play Tuesday, but res-
Bayonne N. J. (In Bremerton "anything on the water. Boating ; up, against Dental,and VA 55 suits were not in for this week'sAB.
he helped reoommission the skiing, fishing, I like snow- with Operations. ..
USS SHANGRI LA, which preceded skiing, too -- but Florida doesn't The AMD Dental contest appeared If you are interested in seeing
him to the North Florida look too promising there, so I'll to have the making of a some good, exciting softball,
'red hot' ball game in the early make plans to come out any Mon-
I, River Rats Meet In Kansas JETS... innings, but Dental slipped upa day or Wednesday to see any of
i few too many times and AMD the following teams play: AMD,
McCONNELLAFB. The first such on the membership roll. (Continued from Page 3)) defeated them 13 to 1. Pitcher VA 45, Weapons, Marines,
official reunion of the Red River Aircrew members whowerekilled USS TIconderoga, Carrier Air Jim Lee, who seems to improvewith VA-44 or VA-174, of if you' '-:
Valley Fighter Pilots' As- in action over North Vietnamare Wing Nine and the USS Ranger age, allowed 'Puckett's are attached to one of r,
sociation, known as the "River listed in the "River Rats" flew a total of 19 combat sorties Raiders' one hit while strikingou the Fleet ''Units, those teams ..
Rats," will be held at the Hotel Honor Roll. against the enemy April 7 in many of the Dental sluggers. play on Tuesday or Thurs- ;
Lassen in Wichita, Kans., April Col. Lawrence J. Pickett, support of Allied forces.A4 Leading the hitters for AMD was day nights. '. -
25 27. former vice commander of the Skyhawks from the Ticon- "J .1!
Membership in the organization 355th Tactical Fighter Wing, and deroga struck enemy structures LTV Announces Contract '
is open to all aircrew mem- Col. Howard C. Johnson, former located 39 miles ((62 km) west ;
bers of the Air Force, Navy and deputy chief of Operations in the southwest of Quang Ngai city. An .
Marine Corps who flew at least 388th TFW have been working to aerial observer reported three DALLAS, March 24 The vice with the fleet.Improvement ;
one combat mission in Package V arrange the first official reunion military structures were destroyed Naval Air Systems Command:! changes in the i
the area around Hanoi, north of and make the"River Rats"abona or damaged by the A4s and LTV Aerospace Corporationhave aircraft include installation of .i .
the Red River Valley. Eligibility fide organization.Plans bombs. signed a definitive contract new wings, landing gear and certain ::7
extends from the start of the for the reunion are: Other Skyhawks from the Ti- for re manufacture of 150F internal wiring to extend ser-,
bombing in North Vietnam In arrive at McConnell AFB on April conderoga dropped 500 pound 8B Crusader fighter air- vice life.
1965. 25 and depart around noon April bombs on an enemy supply route craft, company officials announced -
,, Crew members who were shot 27. At the reunion, the charter 33 miles ((52 km) northwestof today.J. .
down over North Vietnam and and membership will be accepted Kontum, in Kontum province. R. Clark, vice president STAR-SPANGLED
became prisoners of war will lapel pins and cards furnishedthe Damage was reported as one sup- general manager of the com SAVINGS
automatically become lifetime membership, and officers el- ply route destroyed and two more pany's Vought Aeronautics Divi- PLAN
members and will be listed as ected. sion, said the fixed price incen- ,
xsxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxaHONDA For reservations, write to Col. cut.Aviators from Carrier Air tive contract represents a$28-
Lawrence J. Pickett, Deputy for Wing Nine hit targets in I Corps, 161,681 increase over the pre-
Operations, 835th Air Division, west of Danang. A6 Intruders viously announced letter contract,
McConnell AFB, Kans. 67221; or struck a landing zone construc- which it supersedes.
Col. Howard C. Johnson, Deputyfor tion site 47 miles ((75 km) west Clark said the definitive.con-
MoUrs. Cycles Ct. Operations, 4780th Air of Danang. tract with its additional firm a- ..
Defense Wing, Perrin AFB, Tex. mount brings the total contract *. Sign fI
4949 Blanding 77'-8244 75090. value to $56,401,456., up for
USO Notes Under the contract, Vought
.' r.: Aeronautics Division will re "
( r.., Tommorrow evening, from 8 to manufacture and modernize 150F '
11 the Jacksonvile USO Club at 8B and F 8C Crusadersinto NAVY ,.
318 N. Ocean Street, will feature F -. 8K and F' 8L models.
Mrs. Elaine Levernenz, an outstanding The F 8 Crusader is primary cm
dance instructor, and fighter of the U. S. Navy. : <
her "Sweet Lei Lani" Hawaiian The re manufacturing is pan &: My :., @ :
dance group. They will performfor of a 395 plane modernization
the military personnel pre- program which is expected to
sente and music for the evening total $180 million. Some 200
will be furnished by the Wop Crusaders have already been INSURANCE1Yizi
4.s 4. ". A Ho Aspirin Company. modernized and are back in serBob's -
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.r.. Jax-Soiant Capture All Navy Honors I



Volleyball Team Downs r Fairfax Meet Set


r lax -- The 1969 Fairjax Vol-
West Pac for CrownBy leyball Tournament will get underway -
Monday, April 21, at the
JOSN Rick Kunz NAS Jax gym.
All units and commands under
ComFair Sax are eligible to par-
Jax -- The South Atlantic entry In the All Navy Volleyball ticipate in the four day event.
Tournament at NAS Moffet Field Calif captured the first Team representatives are requested -
place crown by downing West Pac in their final two outingslast to be present at a pre-
week. ; tourney meeting April21 at 9 a.m.

The Solant team, comprised vich (Cecil Field), Doc Blan- at the gym. Plans for the tournament -
mainly of members from the Jax and other pertinent matters
chard and T.R. Taylor (Mem- concerning the tournament will
Navy team, came from behindin phis), Ken Gravelln(Pensacola), be discussed. All teams must
the final contest on the explosive R.F. Sobol (Corpus Christ!) and be represented at this meetingin
shots of Paul "Doc" J.E. Stallings (Little Creek). in the
order
to participate
.Blanchard and Bob Sobol to cap- Coach R.C. Nardell of Jax was
ture top hono.. They were also selected but could not make tourney. and units
followed by West Pac, Norlant, the trip due to an injury. Commands enter the tournament desiringto should
and West Coast. Four players from the win-
the NAS Jax Athletic Office -
contact
The only losses suffered by ners were selected to the 13-01an 3239. ,--
at extension
the Jax-Solant team came at the tournament allstar team that will
hands of runner-up West Pac represent the Navy in the Inter- .----- .....
in the second day of play losing Service Championships tobe held
15-8, and a 15-7 decision. at El Toro Marine Corps Air TOLV.I'STire: :
Solant bounced back, however, Station Calif. April 21-25.:
aCt.
and when the title hung on the All Navy selectees were Blan- __._ : _
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outcome of the final two games chard Sobol,Wurster and Grave-
they played superbly standing lin, all from the winning Solant GOODYEARPOLYESTER
off West Pac 15-10 and 15-11. squad, and Warren Price, EOD i a
Making the trip west from Pacific, John Blankenship, VP-
.Jacksonville were Dr. Richard 19, Roy Brogdon, USS Ranger, SPEEDWAY
Hawse, Mel Wurster, R.G. Pic- Dave Foster, Naval Forces Ma- 1 tl'p' 4a
kens, J.N. Faulkerson and John rianas, Terry Stoddard and Les TIRES
Mattel, all of NAS J ax. Alsoon Brakefield, Fleet Submarine
the team were J.E. AngloCreation Training Facility, Pearl I Harbor, 4FOE89 TAX PLUS
Ken Hancuff, Naval School Mare A POINT FOR THE VICTORS Solant's Bob Sobol (left)
Island, Martin, Naval Hospital -
Guam Lynn and Dick Sumner spikes a shot past West Pac's Dick Sumner in the final game 6324 BLANDING/ BLVD.
VP-40. They will be coached that gave Solant the All Navy crown.
by Harry Kealoha: from Pearl.


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new freedom Shares incorrect telephone numberfor ,
HOUSE OFTOMORROW the Mayport Special Services .
Office in regards to making fish-
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Fliers Working ,

; Kal's KornerBy I

Toward OpenerJax

JOSN Brent KallestadSan

--. The Sax Fliers softball -,
team worked out last Satur- Diego's Padres kicked off their inauguration into, the
day in their first modified intra- major leagues in fashionable style last weekend and employed r
squad game at Mackroth Field and the services of that cities Navy fortresses to the hilt; color
it was the biggest step to date guard, band etc. San Diego is now a fully accredited major
for the -
in preparation seasonopener
next week. league city with professional their home-and-home stands in
Although only about 15 per- teams in the three major sports Baltimore. II
spective players showed up for and they've accomplished this .
the workout the squad broke down feat iq less than a decade. Academy Should Consider
into groups of four and five with The opportunity for Navy to
Navy Important to City
each group batting until the side draw paying interested custom- S I 4
was retired. This continued for The city recognizing the importance ers -- especially to watch their
two hours as each player faced of the Navy within their outmanned gridders of recent
game situations at the plate, on domain, is now: attempting to upgrade years -- is indeed one which'
the bases and In the field. the level of collegiate would attract many Athletic Directors -
Coach Frank McCaffrey feels sports. One specific attempt is when scheduling future 67FOR04Door -
he has only begun to scratch the .
to lure national powers in football games. The Middies have been
surface as far aS getting his club annual rivals in
to their city to play San going against Sedan
ready to face Moody AFB in a Diego State. San Diego pro- cities such as South Bend, Ind.,
double header next Friday night moters have reportedly offered Atlanta, Ga; and Syracuse N.Y.; "289" Y-8V Standard Shift. $1295
and again Saturday night at Jax. the Naval Academy a $100,000 all areas where they usually get Factory Air Cftnd. R&H, White
McCaffrey is still looking for guarantee to lure their foot- whipped and without much fan
more players to join the ranks Consider schedule
ballers westward to play the support. a
and re extends the invitationto where the Middies would play '
Aztecs in their sparkling new 67 PONTIAC
all players from any command stadium. The Navy kindly rejected Georgia Tech Jacksonville;San
at NAS Jax to try out for the the offer '-- similar to Diego State at San Diego; VPI Tempest Station Wagon
team. their stand on playing Georgia (Virginia Tech) in Norfolk; the
The Fliers will practice tomorrow Tech in Jacksonville. GatorBowl Air Force in Chicago along with "326" Vets, Auto trans., Fac-
at 4 p.m. and again Sat- officials made an attractive pitchto their Army clash at Philadelphia.This tory air cond., Power steering
urday at 9:30 a.m. at Mackroth get Navy to play Georgia Tech would give the Academy R&H White wall tires. $1895
Field. here in future years as the mushrooming an intersectional flavor and en-
local Navy populous hance their recruitingopportunities -
Golf StandingsAMERICAN would undoubtedly help support the as well as pleasing their 67 FORD
game, but Annapolis wants to keep supporters.

LEAGUE Intramural Softball Schedule April 21-25 Station Wagon

A/C Maintenance #2 4-0 Field Date Time Teams '289*' V-8. Auto trans. Fattp'ry. -
NARTU 3-2 air cond.. Power steer ing,
Par Scramblers 2.5-2.5 Mackroth April 21 5 p.m. VP-16 vs VAP-62 fV&H White wall tires
Hospital #1 % 2.5-2.5 Mackroth April 21 7 p.m. Comm. Off. vs A/C Malnt.
Hospital #2 1-1 '
VP-7 .5-.5 Hospital April 21 5 p.m. Comm. Admin 67 CHEVROLET
VP-5 1-3 Hospital April 21 7 p.m. FAETU vs ComFair Jax
VAP-62 .5-2.5 Belalr 4-Door
Mackroth April 22 5 p.m. VP-5 vs NARTU
4 NATIONAL LEAGUE Mackroth April 22 7 p.m. 679th vs FICEUR "283" V-8, Auto trans.,
tory air cond., R&H White Fac1495
VW-4 4-1 Hospital April 22* 5 p.m. VW-4 vs Air Ops tires.

Faetu 2-1 Hospital April 22 7 p.m.: VP-7 vs Hospital
Caduceus 2-1
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