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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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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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assume command of Patrol Ross has commanded the VOL. 27 NO. 5 U. 3. NAYAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA APRIL 24. 1969 :.,
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Squadron 16 at ceremonies April "Eagles" for the past year <,-.
30 in Hanger 1000. through deployments to Rota, .
Cdr. Schulze relieves CDR T. Spain; Argentia, Newfoundland; ::
II. Ross, who has been orderedto and Kindley AFB, Bermuda. MC Assistant Commandant
the Naval Air Systems Com- RAdm. Ralph Weymouth, commander -
Fleet Air Wings Atlantic,
will be the featured speaker. Fes-
1st Details on tivities will begin at 10:50 a.m.

with a performal1ccby the NATT<; Addresses Local Navy LeagueLt j
Drill Team. Music willbefurnfshed -
1st Model of
by the COMFAIRJAX Band. t

Replacing Cdr. Shultz as Gen. Lewis Walt, assistant
1st Class Change squadron executive officer will commandant of the Marine Corps, :i
be Cdr. E. R. Nordtvedt.A was guest speaker of the annual
1952 graduate of the U.S. meeting of the Jacksonville'sNavy ) .
Details of the first model Naval Academy, Cdr. Schulzewas League April 17 at the NAS ,
of the new first class petty officers designated a Naval Aviator Officers Club.
uniform have been released In June 1954. He flew the P- Gen. Walt, ,a veteran of three
by SuPers with a note wars and the holder of two Navy r ; .
that "this uniform is a long way Crosses, a Silver Star and a
from being ready for issue."' Purple Heart, was introduced by
The suit has been through a few Marine Corps Reserve Maj.Ge .
reaction tests during the past two Charles Duchein, national presi-
months with the headquarters of dent of the Navy League.
the Chief of Naval Personnel Gen. Duchein attended officers
VAdm. Charles K. Duncan. Offi- school with Gen. Walt in the 30s
cials say that changes may still and in his introduction said there
be made as possible testing goes was no greater combat leader today -
than Gen. Walt. He also notedthat
on.From top r.d bottom the modelof Gen Walt had been notified
the uniform looks like this.A April 16 that he had been selectedfor
white cap to be worn at a fourth star. It will be the Jr
A white cap to be worn with only time in Marine Corps historythat
all uniforms. It has a cloth two four star generals have lu.Lt .
covered bill. Above that is a one served at the same time.
Cdr. Schulze2V
and one quarter In ch Balck Gen. Walt led Marines at Gua-

band with flat gold "U.S.NAVY" aircraft with two patrol squa- dalcanal and on the South Pacific Gen. Lewis Walt .
lettering across the front. Top- drons, VP 17 at Whidbey Island Islands, during World War II,
ping that is a silver rating de- Wash., and VP 11 at in Korea and finally In Vietnam. from voting. DepSite this terror George R. GebertJohnL.Briggs
vice.The Brunswick, Me., before report- Just returning from a two week there was a turnout of 87.7 per and John R. Durrett, vice pre-
coat is single breasted, ing to VP 16 as executive. of- visit to Southeast Asia, the cent of the registered voters, he sidents; Ralph McClure, secre-
three buttoned and tailored, with ficer. general said, "The,thing we need tary; Richard J. Popetreasurer -
double side vents. It has two chest He has also served tours of most is not guns, people and said.He added that one of the major ; Noah H. Jenerette Jr.,
pockets, one inide and to the duty at the Naval Air Develop-- planes. The thing we need is the problems<<; of the war'was the guerilla 'judge advocate ; and BrigadierEmil
right, the other outside and left. ment Unit South Weymouth, solid backing of the people of the warfare going on. He Saidit Miller chaplain.
Rating badge and hashmarks :are Mass., and on the staff of Com- United States." was the guerillas that were responsible -
sewn on the usual left sleeve mander Cruiser- Destroyer Flo- "Our boys are doing a tre- for terrifiying the I

position.A tilla 2, based at Newport R. I. mendous job In Vietnam. They people of South Vietnam. In
conventional white shirt{ and In 1965, he returned to his alma understand this war. wish the of spite
this, Gen.Walt said "We
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Cuffless trousers have what 'Physics Department.Cdr. stand this war, '" said the man the Vietnamese people," lei d S 1 I .I.' .w tIt
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uniforms officials' call "fore Schulze holds a masterof who commanded the Marine .' t
science degrees from the Na- forces. in Vietnam from 1965 to Prior to Gen. Walt's talk, the :
and aft creases, front slash Navy League announced that nom- .
val Postgraduate School at'Monterey 1967. SfARfS.APi'l1
pockets, two pockets in the rear Calif:, and from George Gen. Walt also spoke on how, intions for, and elected their officers ::2
and a' watdi pocket at the right for the coming Installed ,
Washington University. He is before the first elections were year. 2t.!
front. also a graduate of the Air Com- held 'in the country in 1966, the at the meeting were Bur- -- -(
The regulation buckle and blue mand and Staff College, Maxwell Viet Cong tried every type of ton Budd steele, president; Art
web belt remain the same. AFB, Montgomery, Ala. terrorism to keep the people Decker, G. Rodman Porter Jr., I I I



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NAS COMMANDING OFFICER'S. INSPECTION was held Friday under a blue awards to three of his command's personnel. Capt. D.A. Hempson (I). HAS

sky and warm sun.. ( I) All NAS departments and divisions presented them. supply officer received a letter of commendation for his outstanding work in

selves i in dress whites as Capt. Cutler and his inspecting team gave every that department. BMI I W.P. Swistok (c) was presented with the Navy Commen

one a thorough once-over. ((2)) Not to be left out, NAS WAVES also donned their dation Medal and HM3 R.D. Westberry (r) received the Navy Achievement

best uniforms for the annual inspection which was held in preparation for the Medal with combat device. Capt.. Cutler commended the entire command for i its

coming administrative inspection. ((3)) Capt. Cutler also had the honor of giving outstanding appearance.

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1969
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JAt Aj, NE isl AFTERBURNER


v.r" HH*-.--.---fl MM Say Again .. ''Over!


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"Fairy Tale, Military Type:

: Violations \ HOOD, LITTLE RED RIDING
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Once a time, there lived a female personnel whose nomenclature -
upon
Hood, Red Riding, Little. She was a girl, little, happy.
was
The following Is a report of uniform consisted of the following named items: ((1)) dress,
motor vehicle accidents and traf- Her duty shade 76, 1 each; ((2)) Cape, red, w/hood, 1 each. Her
red cotton,
fic violations for the period April P a ,
% $ k'a'N MOS was food handler.
8 14.Number One day flood, Red Riding, Little, received a MSG from her mother,
of Accidents n in brick red Capehart
old, who lived off post a cottage
This week ----------7 grand, initial issue. The MSG read as follows.FM .
wo/TV,
Total accidents this year through ; ; : :' type, /chimney,

April 14---- - -94 : FrannyTO
Number of accidents through : llood

April 1968------- 112 advise that morning report should read: Dy to Sk,
This Is to
Total number of days since last '67. Went sick call
Otrs as of 0100 June to confinedfor
Confined to
in motor vehicle accident -
injury a
somewhat better.
indefinite period. However, feeling Love
- - -172
Number of Violations relative type. Mother, Grand, Your.
-132 Hood took the MSG to the message center with the following 1st
This Week - -
Basic communication complied with. ETA your station
' endorsement:
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Reckless Speeding Driving - -7 THAT'S A SWITCH-As staff photographer of the Jax Air approx 1600 hrs this day. ADDED UNOFFICIAL: Please bake

Going through stop sign -5 News, J02 Judy Andersen is often called upon to take picturesof cookies, ginger type, w/nuts, wo/icing.
Other violations - -107 station personnel being reenlisted by LCdr. M.D. Burnside Hood then signed out in the TAD log and departed homepoint
Forty six drivers appeared NAS military personnel officer. Friday it was Judy's turn to hand carrying the following items:
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon "ship over" and Miss Burnside acted as photographer while (a) Basket, picnic, wicker type, wo/top.
April 17. Disposition' of the Capt., H.O. Cutler, HAS commanding officer, administered the (b) Sandwich, salami, w/pickle and onion, wo/mustard and mayo.
cases included the following: 6 oath. While enroute to TAD destination, pers concerned came to forest,
lost driving and parking privileges thick, primeval ((1)). Suddenly out of the thicket, briar, emerged a
aboard station for various Fi1UIEditoriaI Wolf, bad, big, brown, 1 each who said, "Halt, who goes there,
periods; 5 we re as signed to com- HOLDING A SHAKE% OF YOUR and what are your last four?" Hood answered "4032, Hood, Red

plete an eight hour course in Riding, Little, I am enroute to TAD point and am looking for the
remedial driving; 5 received house of my mother, grand."
suspensions; 16 were given "It is just down the road, 800 meters, turn left at Building 2355,"

warnings; 15 were dismissed; instructed the Wolf. .
u -l "How do know where she lives?" replied Hood. "I've pulled
9 were fined ((11, S. Commis .-. you
stoner). jk MAA duty in these parts," says Wolf, who then catches a bus to
BONDS Granny's. Upon arrival, Wolf, bad, big swallows Granny in a single
swallow. Wolf, bad, big, then polices up the area, including butt
cans, and jumps into the rack(initial issue type) and pulls on Granny's
Jrvme I Services I 146 92s.
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Hood enters.
"Hello, mother, grand."
[E View Points "The fool,.stupid, little, does not know. that it Is really me, the
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Wolf, big bad," chuckles'the Wolf.

Edwards Chapel "What big EENT you have," exclaims Hood, Red Riding, Little.
"All the better to maintain maximum efficiency at minimum cost
SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 am. with zero defects," replies the Wolf. '

DAILY MASS11:30: a.m7 Let Us KnowOccasionally THEN. enters the I Chopper, wood type, handsome, 1 each,
SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m. kills Wolf with one blow, performs necessary surgical proceduresto
Confessions will be held on remove mother, grand, from the stomach of the Wolf, big bad.With .
Sunday at 8:30: & 10:30 a.m. allowances for quarters: and rations, they all live happily ever
Instead of Saturday. and possibly accidentally, the editor and staff of after.
I j....," .,the'JaxAir Mews overhear something thisVJWhy wasn't there Negative as''to Wolf. .

U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL1.* ft".YO' any story.? In ,the. paper about.". .' 'rt', or "The.;.rlr.News. never (Editor's Note: Reprinted from the Vietnam Log, Del. Alfa,
see Luke's Chapel ,\>,'", writes, :about\ our: department "\ ". \,{; : ..: ::sv NAVCOMMSTA Philippines, In Phu Bal, South Vietnam.)
The answer to the first question can explain at the same time the
SUNDAY MASS8:00: a.m., second statement., We didn't' write about it because we didn't hear
II PROTESTANT WORSHIP about it. At least not until two weeks after the event took place. And The Veterans CornerJacksonville 1
SERVICES10:00 a.m. then we usually get the handshake photo.
The members of the staff of the Jax Air News, Bldg. 1, Room 230,
PROTESTANT, Ext. 3118 or 3119 (hint, hint), are not asking for someone in your I
veterans who suffered and the policies are in force
All Saints' ChapelS' department to write up a detailed report of the event. Just let us
know BEFORE the event is scheduled and we'll take it from there. Injury or Illness In service during this period at no cost to

tfDAY- Of course, we can't send a reporter.cover every meeting of every may be entitled to as much as the veteran.
$10,000 In life insurance' in addition
Church School9:00 a.m. organization on station, however we will do what should be done'to Rowe explained that a com-
Bldg. 4# 722 put out an informative paper for you. And if we are unable to covera which to the regular G. I. policy bination of the two programs
they coven on becoming -
may
Junior Church 10:00 a.m. story we'll explain to you why. could give a disabled veteransa
Bldg. 4# 722 This paper is for you. Help us to make it the be t. civilians. maximum of $20,000 In low-
That is the word of C.B.Rowe,
Divine Worship Service 10 cost life insurance.
of the
manager Jacksonville Vet-
,a.m. Bldg. # 750 Love or Infatuation ? eran's Administration Contact The Jacksonville VA Office
Communion 8:30.
Episcopal Office. head urged veterans who have

a.m.Small Chapel Bldg. #750 By Lt. R. M. Harrington, CHC Rowe said that this coverageIs received service connected
under VAs National Service disability ratings from VA within
Junior Youth Fellowship-5 Romantic Love Is such a sub- ure. Almost all passions are Life Insurance program for men the past year but who have not
a Bldg. t tf# 722 tle thing that human'Intelligence temporary by nature. We know with a disability rated by VA as applied for NSLI coverage to act
TUESDAY must be assisted by divine grace from experience that the passionof service connected. The veteran immediately; so that they will not
Senior .Choir 4# 750 Rehearsal7p.ni.Bldg. to' be able to discern the true anger, for Instance, Is rarely must otherwise be in good health lose out on this benefit.
WEDNESDAYNavigator's from the false. Few realize able to be sustained at a high and must apply for the policy Applications forms and assistance -
Bible Class 7 that true love Is, as defined by pitch. Once we "get even" with within one year after the rating. from trained VA per-
Bldg. ff 722 Webster, "a desire.for and our enemy, the force of rage Is Veterans who wish to continuethe sonnel in filling them out are

THURSDAY p.m. earnest effort to promote the spent. Servicemen's Group Life Insurance available at the Regional Office,
Junior Choir Rehearsal 4' welfare of another," and not The same Is true of love as a they held while in uniform he said.
p.m.-Bldg. 4## 750 simply another name for external passion, for from this point of may do so by applying fora 'Rowe also urged Vietnam era
.Young Adult Club 7 p.m. manifestations of affection view the chief- pleasure is In commercial 600 policy with one of veterans who think that they mightbe
Bldg. # 722 and sex satisfaction. anticipation and ,once its objectis VA some companies approved entitled to service connected -
Christian Science Service Nuptial love that Is built on attained it may wane and even vened to SGLI handle low cost, con- disability ratings to visit the

8 p.m. Bldg. # 750 passion alone Is doomed to fail1 pall. Marriage must be built on This insurance policies. Jacksonville Office arrange-
, must be converted -
ments will thenbe made. for medical -
i a. much firmer basis. 120 days after separation examinations.
'A happy marriage depends on -
one's early education in what Navy Band ScheduleThe
= real love is and what it fs not,
and what its end and object are.

' I A happy marriage depends too U. S. Navy Band began its Orange City, Spirit Lake, Iowa;
on one's capacity during court' annual tour of selected cities and Sparta, Wisc.; Lake Zurich, HI.;
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian( Enterprise newspaper ship to discern true love from towns across the Midwesternand Wenona, Ill.; Burlington, Iowa;
distributed each Thursday at the U.' S. Naval Air Station, mere infatuation. Love whets the Northeastern sections:; of the Peru, 111.; Freeport, 111.; Ft.

Jacksonville, Florida, by' the Holt Publishing Company, a appetite; infatuation leaves hun- country on AQri17. Wayne, Ind.; New {Kensington,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR ger still. The band itinerary from Pa.; Corning, N. Y.; Falrview,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box "Love hath Its seat Monday through May 26 is listed Park, Ohio; Sandusky,Ohio;Lan-
In and Is below.
reason judicious, Servicemen from the
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub caster, Ohio; Chesterland, Ohio;
Milton while
infatuationdi- towns listed
says are urged to notify Akron, Ohio Sharon Pa. Her-
,
; ;
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele action without their friends
rects reason and! and relatives of the
shey, Pa.; and Plainfield, N. J.
phone 772 3118 or 3119. preludes judgement. Love is a band's appearance In their area.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries learned quality; infatuation is a April appearances: Monday -
I concerning such should be directed eo. play of humor in} the blood. Infatuation Lake Luzerne, N. Y.; Tuesday
can even be a one Elma, N. Y.; Wednesday Go- -
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. sided affair, but not so, love, for wanda, N. Y. You can't go wrong: when you
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 as the Italian proverb says, "To May 1- 26 the band will make buy U. S. Savings Bonds and
love and not be loved is time one day appearances in the following Freedom Shares. Series E andH
VOL. 21 NO. 5 APRIL 24, 1969 lost. One strives in Vain to places: Marion, Ohio; when Bonds held now pay 4.25 per cent and

light a cigarette from a dead Pontiac, Mich.; Aurora, 111., Davenport Freedom Shares to maturity return ,5 per

coal. Iowa; Tama, Iowa; cent, when held to maturity.

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April 24. 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page J'


I The New Saga of 'Big John' ; Landlord ofOLf WhitehouseBy 1

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William R. Burkett, Jr. "John was the king of the again before the shock drove. the ,
Editor, AFTERBURNER""OUTLYING roose," he says. "I didn't haveto angered hound away."The .
be introduced -- he introduced men have always gone In 3a. 4;" f 4ne..w.IYh9.
FIELD, WHITE- himself. lIe met me at the together to pay for: his vet bill- .t.t"'t'J. ,_ _...;.._
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HOUSE If you keep driving car and looked me over. He just shots and things like that, not- .
north on Halsema Road off U.S. came wheeling up, acting bossy, ed Allender. "Now, we got him a Y "
90, you'll come to an unpretentious and I just started talking treated for snakebite, and then
wire gate posted with various scratched his ears, and we were for heartworms. They got hold
signs claiming all land friends:" of him while he was down. Then
beyond the fence for the U.S. Chief Beaty said that a civil he caught pneumonia -- but he's
Government, specifically the servant named Evans remem- all right now, and we all"figurehe w
Navy. bers when John was"just pup"" was worth ever penny. 3
Big John can't read, so he "The crew had a redbone hound "lIe keeps things pretty tight
thinks everything within the perimeter and this pup, according to him," out there -- keeps things under
fence of OLF Whitehouse Beaty recalls. "He took the red- control," Beaty says. "lie's a
belongs tohim. lie inspects every bone home with him,and they kept good tempered doghe'd haveto
unfamiliar vehicle to come through the pup." be, to put up with the bunchof
its gate, and passes, approval Or, as John would tell It if he us, and with his friends leaving -
all the time '-- but he never
-- or stern disapproval-- were doing the reminiscing, the
on their human cargo. pup decided he liked Whitehouse slacks up on security.
Stray dogs have learned over and might as well keep It. "Nobody really knows. how he
the years to stray wide of the Keep It he has, and right efficiently came to be called John. It's just
place, and skunks -- well Big too. What Air Force the name he always went by. And
John considers At{ fine sport to Bases boasting disciplined Ger- he's king of the roost all the way. PERIMETER PATROL..John joins DC2 Michael Nolan and
kill a skunk, and he doesn't man Shepherds has that OLF At morning quarters e section AN Robert Gumienny as they survey "his" fencellne. (Photo
allow the striped kitty's per- Whitehouse doesn't --isn't worth leader will Inspect the ranks -- by AN Steve Stilling).
fumed arsenal to stand in his mentioning. The Shepherds might and so will John. If he spots
represent numbers and firm obedience somebody or something out of the
way.
Contrary to the way it happensin to their handlers, but Big ordinary -- he likes to lie on the weariest sailor with various sunning himself one day, the offender -
landing halfway the tower lad- ploys. His favorite is pawing delivered a kick. John
fiction, the sturdy, unlettered John more that compensates with up
settler and the minions of The guts and savvy. When he and a der and look out over his land -- the. milk machine and putting on was so shocked that he offered
Establishment are not at war. Damage Controlman First Class he'll go get the section leader." an Im dying of thirst ex- (Continued on Pace 10))
There's not even a mild feud in named Betts were out inspectingthe "Each new man has to be con- pression. When the couch Is vacated -
The Navy personnelof runways prior to some even- vinced!' said Allender, "that to db something about it,
progress.Whitehouse respect the big, Ing touch-and-go: exercises for John knows what he's up to. Some John Is on It like a flash. He TOl.l'STire: :
rangy woodsrunner, and "John attack squadron pilots from NAS are afraid he'll run out on the considers it only proper to be : CJe.-
always has been partial to Navy," Cecil Field, he shouldered his runway when flight operations are handfed, and accepts only the .---
going on. They just have to learn choicest from the tidbits presented -
says Chief Jim Beaty of the bulk ahead of Betts with a ripp-
Whitehouse crew. ling growl in his throat and began that John just Isn't that kind of a for his consideration.Orangesand RECAPSs795
Big John is a sturdy, seasoned to dodge and feint at some- dog. He's decided Whitehouse is peanut butter are exceptions.He'll .
"mostly Walker" hound with thing Betts had been about to stepon. his, and he's going to keep things eat oranges peel and all,
sober dark eyes and a stately Something that coiled up intoa straight. He jut doesn't do and peanut butter is his hangup.
mien befitting his advancing spring-loaded incarnation of things like that. I think most Snakebites and stray dogs to the
years. A guess at his age is sudden death ,and filled the quiet dogs like to feel they've got a contrary notwithstanding, John's
only approximate -- nobody's runway with the chilling tocsin of job to "do, and Whitehouse. Is closet brush with serious trouble
been at Whitehouse longer than an enraged Florida rattlesnake. John's. came when a dog -hater was stationed -
John. Betts moved swiftly,while John John has his favorite couch,an at Whitehouse. Name and
Big"He's been passed down the kept the rattler occupied, and the old red wreck In the break shack, rank shall be withheld for obvious 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
line from crew to crew," says snake died. Betts heaved a sighof from which he. can trick the reasons. Catching John
Warrant Officer Edwin Allender. relief, smoothed Johns rump-
"He was here when we all got led hackles and carried on with
here, and he had been here when his assignment. John saved the .
here. Navy -- and perhaps a .f'
the ones before us got money
From time to time,. somebody man -- that night. .And saved .;Oll'f.t ."
,moving through this area will Belts from the living hell of .
drive all the way out to White- poisonous venom that John was "I: .' 'Ij,'
house just to see how John's later In the year to undergo ., IS ,
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when moccasin -- another
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Allender remembers when he Florida's deadly snakes -- rear
first 'came to Whitehouse. ed and struck silently,.and struck ,



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}, k,,+ I Insurance Sign Up DeadlineJax .


;
Bennett to intro- stations. It we can get our asso-
-- Civilian employees at Congressman behind this idea it
ciation fully ,
*
% fr ( bill to remove the pre-
duce
the air station and tenant commands a
will help our personnel situa- I
restrictions on personnel
have less than a week to sent "
naval air tion, he concluded.
Na- at industrial
sign up for,the Jacksonville ceilings
i lr.r val Air Station Association low-

cost Quick Cash Insurance ListedMerit I
Plan which will close April 30 Job Openings

Claude Madrin of the Public
promotion opportunities Recruiting Station, Disease Vec-
Works Utilities Division is a
backer of the organization and has currently open for receipt of tor Control Cener, Resident

been telling fellow employees a- applications are listed below.The Storage Office, Jax. Appli-
a.EXPLAINSClaude bout the organization. area of consideration and the cation for this merit promo-

Madrin stated that the three objectives closing date of each are shown. tion bulletin will be accepted
Plan D through the close of business
of the Association are: MPB No. 72 67
Improved -"National Defense; Grade levels GS 4 and below: April 30,
Community Service; and Stabilityof MPB No. 79 67 Plan C All MPB No. 49 69 Supervisory

Employment.He semi skilled positions pay level Management Analyst, GS 12.
and MPB No. Area of consideration: NAS,
and below,
cited recent issuing; of discount seven
Madrin (L) of Public Works tells Jim Har
booklets to all NASA mem- 83 67 -- All skilled positionspay NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,
rison, also of Public Works, the benefits of belonging to bers as a benefit to these who level seven and above. FAETULANT, Naval Hospital,

NASA, the lax Naval Air Station Association. belong to the association.At Area of consideration: NAS, Navy Commissary Stores, Navy

the same time Madrin said, NARF, NARTU COMFAIRJAX, Recruiting Station, Disease Vec-
Naval Hospital, tor Control Center, Resident
.e.ee...ee..a............................... "The Jax NASA group has FAETULANT, Recruiting Office, Jax. Applicationsfor
Naval
been instrumental working with Commissary, Storage
Station, Disease Vector Control this position will be accepted -

: LADY Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less : Achievement ,Center, Resident Storage Office through the close of business
'
BAYARD Jax. Applications for these April 29.MPB .
: Wash 'n Wear) iraad Nine Samples : positions will be accepted at any No. 50 69 Electronic

Checks Go To time. A separate application must Accoutlng: Macine Supervisor,
DRESSES
),,(fI "'pm C't'111..... () be filed for each position in which GS 5, areas consideration
: u ne Oh : interested. NAS, NARF, NARTU, COM -

$8 : .. 20 at NARF MPB No, 5-69 Industrial En- FAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Naval
or'O
1740 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK gineer, GS 5 7 9 11. Hospital, Navy Commissary
: 2 for 313/f : Area of consideration: Nation- Stores, Navy Recruiting Station,
: Lingerie Sports Casual/ Cocktail : Sax -- While all work and no wide. Applications for this posi- Disease Vector Control Center,

e .. play may make Jack a dull boy, tion will be accepted until the Resident Storage OfficeJax.Ap-
............................................ the continuing energetic efforts needs of the service are met. plications for this Merit Pro-
of 20 men at the Naval Air 69 Aid will be
MPB No. 47 Computer motion Bulletin accepted
Rework Facility has helped them GS 4. Area of consideration: through the close of business April -

lax Wage BoardEmployees fatten their wallets with superior NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMFAIR- 28.

achievement awards. JAX, FAETULANT,Naval Hospital All applicants must be careeror
The 20 were cited for improve- Navy Commissary Stores, career conditional ,em-
Organize ments,in their working area which ''Navy' Station Disease
Recruting ployees of the federal g vernmente -
resulted In expediting wet wing
Vector Conrol Center, Resident forms 171 for
Application
The Federal Wage Board the resulting lower wage repairs on A 4 Skyhawks. Themen's
Storage Office, Jax. Applicationsfor
be fil-
these should
positions
Employees Association of scales paid wage board federal effort saved the Navy over the Merit Promotion Bulletin
ed with civilian Personnel De-
Florida, Inc.has been organ employees In the Jacksonville 2,200 manhours during the first
will be accepted through the closeof NAS
'partment, Box 22, Jack-
of Year 1969.
ized under the non-profit area. quarter Fiscal
business Monday.
The corporation is not a T. FauldersJr.- sonville Fla.,32212. For further
corporation law of the State Capt.C.
MPB No. 48 69 Communications -
information these
of Florida, and its charter labor organizationnorabar- manding officer at NARF,presented Assistant (general) GS -5 regarding
approved by the Secretaryof gaining agent. It will assist checks to J. W. Baird, -7. area of consideration: NAS, positions, see the copies of the
State. Many months of planin coordinating the efforts of E. V. Clenney, A. E. Bock, bulletins or announcements or
NARF NARTU COMFAIRJAX,
,
ning have gone into the forall organizations represent- R. O. Bernhard, H. L. Fielding, FAETULANT Naval call Ext. 2320, Rating and Examining -
Hospital,
mation of this corporationby ing wage board employees Ingathering C. E. Hardy, J. D. Kindred, Navy Commissary Stores Navy .I" Branch, Civilian Personnel -
Interested groups from various verifying and presenting L. R. McCurry, E. L. Richardsand Office, NAS Sax
naval facilities in the the employees views. B. F. Smatla.

Jacksonville area concerned Mr. Eddie Booth, former Others receiving checks from

with the pay scales of wage Duval County prosecutingboard the captain were M. O. Corneli-

federal employees. attorney, has been retained son, W J. Fritsch, C. A. Sand-

The corporation will proto advise and make a comprehensive ers, C. F. Mathews, J.O.Brooks

vide an association of wage study of all Fed- H. E. Busbee, S. H. Krzesowiak,

board employees the Unieral laws governing wage G. L. Bessent, J. P. Phillips i.

ted. States of America in setting policies for wage and W. A. Yacewych.Each .
the State of Florida for the board employees.

purpose of promoting the Officers and a Board of
economical, technological Florida Wildlife officeris
Directors have been elected
and scientific interest of its responsible for approximately
to serve on a temporary basis -
members. It will seek toencourage 300.000 acres of land and water.
; until the first annual
the retention of
meeting of the corporation.. .
skilled wage board emThe affairs of the corporation '\\\\\\\I,. '"
ployees in the service of \\\\\ a
will be managed by a k
States and will b--
the United
President, Vice-President, s
I
seek by congressional action Secretary and Treasurer and H'T -: # V
and other lawful ways and : t
ten ((10)) members of the '
means to promote the rights Board of Directors. ;r'; c/own.'i,. r--- L
: _
of board employees. \
wage tt: w Y r l lr
Wage Board pay rates in All wage board employees ?
of the United States Governto -, @ounky .
any given area are supposed
be comparable to industrial ment residing in the State :\
of Florida are ,eligible for
pay rates in private MOBILE HOME PARK
industry as determined by membership in the corpora- \tit

government surveys. The tion as well as all personsuse

of jobs in,private inapproved for membershipby .- -
the Board of Directors. A A LITTLE RICHERRobertBryson
dustry that are not equivalent SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL
to highly skilled wage membership drive is now under ht tsli. MARSHALL ACRES (L) and Orville An-

board positions in this area way to enlist all wageis 9359 103rd derson of NARF became a

of deep concern to wage board employees intheJack- Jacksonville's street newest C little richer this month when

board employees because of sonville area. most modern mobile home they shared a $450 beneficial

FEDERAL WAGE BOARD EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATIONOF community is now' open for suggestion after coming up

FLORIDA your Inspection. Large 44 x with a to
repair a com
NAME CARD NO. ..___,_,_. 75' lots. way
To the Officers and Members of the Federal Wage Board ONLY $35 pressor. Capt. C.T. Fauldersgave
Employees Association of Florida, I hereby tender my application PER MO. the pair their checks.

for membership in your association with Initiation Swimming pool, tennis court,
Fee of $4.00. If acceptedyou are authorized to act as my shuffleboard court, B B Q
representative in promoting a better wage standard by any pit, picnic' built for your en **********
lawful means. .60 x 70 LOTSTRAILER )oyment. Act Today'' Call: Since World War I, the total

ADDRESS i ZIP CODE RENTALS EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr. number of living war veterans

. SHOP NO SIGNED FREE LOCAL HAULING F. S., Martin, Manager has never fallen below 4.2 mil-
Make check or money order payable to the federal Wage 359 lion, the Veterans Administrationsays.
Board Employees Association of Florida, and mall to Bob 7835 MORSE AVE. 771-2484 2924 .
Groleau, 5915 Black Thorn Rd., Jacksonville, Florida. 32210.ADVERTISEMENT. Close to Jax and Cecil For Fun Details 22.9 Today there are more than
million war veterans, moe
than at any time in history.April .



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Armed Forces Management Group

:

k Meets Tonight at Officers ClubJax

1- ui:
11a
vu. of commander Carrier Division
-- Local Chapter 40 of of
Four and commanding officer
the Armed Forces Management LSD and attack carrier.. For
r5 Association will hold its monthly an
service as com-
his outstanding
the Officers
meeting tonight at manding officer of the USS Han-

Normally during the April cock (CVA-19), the admiral received -
,
the Legion of Merit.
:' meeting new officers are installed In February he reported
:: 1 for the year. This yearIt director of Management Information -
t will be a little different since ; s as for the Naval Air Systems -
the association's entire slate of Command, and afterhis selection -
f: officers has been reelected to for flag rank he becamethe

serve a second term. of the Fleet Opera-
i director
In
their second year
Starting 1'iRAdm. Division. Last October he
tions
be D.A.
office tonight will Capt. additional duty as
f Hempson, NAS Jax Supply officer was assigned reconnaissance
J director, Naval
H, Chesley,
__ president; Center In the office of CNO.
NARF, administrative vice pre-, Donaldson The native Alabaman Is mar-
G.H. Eckert, NAS
sident Cdr.
; Ann
vice president administration from George ried to the former Margaret
Sax comptroller '
of his hometown Besse-
University In 1963. Mitchell
8 programs; D. Worsowicz, Jax Washington
civilian personnel department, Other duties included servingas mer. The couple has three daugh-

vice president membership;Mrs operations officer on the staff ters.

J. Fernandez, data processing Performance Checks
\ "" department, Cecil Field secre- Three Earn .

,.. and J. CreecyNARFtreasurer. -,
tary;
q"
:t Jax -- Three more NARF em- December 1968 for performing
..t' 'I'd the list of outstandingly in moving cylinders -
Council members will be S.H. ployees have joined
.> ,.,.. Hendricks, NAS Cecil Field sup- men who have received checks and pistons with a speed
department; G.L. Derrick, this month for sustained superior unequalled by anyone else in his
ply
idea
$1,000 IDEA--Walter A. Buczelc has come up with an
shop.
NARF L.D. Eubanks, civilian performance of duty.
; -
thousands of dollars and which earn- metalsmithEdwardH.
that will save taxpayers J.L. Aircraft
Jax
,
ed him a cool $1,000. Buczek suggested that the Naval Air personnel Sax department comptroller depart-; William H. Gentry, former Henn earned his sustained per-
when repair- Phillips, 5100 branch supervisor receivedhis check for his skill and
Rework Facility buy only the cylinder assembly and Mrs. B.B. NettlesJax formance
ment; and developing -
award for organizing of
the fabrication
In
and workmanship
ing damaged nose landing gear struts for RA5C aircraft Supply Department. work procedures for the for aircraft. Henn
for the repair job., Previously activities will' begin repair parts
utilize pistons available in Supply Tonight's processing of A-7A Corsair II's forming
the entire strut w thrown out when they were found with a social hour at 6:30 within the branch. The successof fabricated for necessary repair parts for

damaged or cracked. Capt. C.T. Faulders made the payoff with the meeting beginning later. Late with his program Is known to all which equipment process time did not per-
hour
for the government. dinner reservations one will be takenby Jim levels within the Navy Depart- mit obtaining through established -
ment, according to a report. channels. He also offered suggestions -

Blood Bank Donors today.Phillips at Ext. 3394 up until noon Claude Bennett, an aircraft to reduce the cost and

The association's speaker this engine mechanic helper, was cit- required manhours to complete
,
I evening will be RAdm. James C. ed for the period of July through work within his shop.

Sought for TuesdayJax Donaldson, director of Fleet :::::::::::*::....::::::::: ::::.i$::::::::::::::::::::::::
Operations Division:, Chief oNa- 3
&: .
val Operations.A DOWN .. .
-- The Jacksonville Blood reporting their scheduled time. 1942 graduate,of the Naval $100 g
:g!:
Bank's mobile unit wlllbe inward Bulletins listing proposed times, Academy, the speaker's first .:
A of the WAS Dispensary,Bldg.3, for donors from different commands duty after commissioning was, VA & FHA HOMES' CALL,77L8850VW
morning to accept to report to the donor aboard the battleship USS Iowa. ,
Tuesday ANYWHERE IN' .JAX. '
been, on civilian aboard he participated Ir
donations for the Navy Civil Service center have placed While TUNE-UP )
Blood Account.All bulletin boards throughout combat operations the Pacific,,, Like 'NewlHOLSENBECK
-
civilians are eligible to the station. Including th Marshall Islands
draw on this account for them- Volunteers are urged to eat and the Marianas until his de- $1295
selves and their dependents. It breakfast, but It should consistof tachment In September 1944.
announced this week that very little fatty foods and liquids He then earned the gold wingsof REALTY INC. All Parts Included
was oleobacon,, aviator before report- ,
donar such as butter, a naval Factory Trained Specialists
blood
since the January donated, cream and milk If It Is eater Ing to a bombing squadron as the Registered Broker 6324 BLANDING BLVD.
day, when 50 pints were have within four hours of the sche- executive officer In 1946. OPEN 8.8 354.2894 Next to Playboy Drive Inn
21 employees or dependents duled reporting time.A After other assignments he attended -
from the account.
drawn 75 pints volunteer who is under 21,, the Aviation Electronics
Any employee wishing to con-his unmarried and who does not have Officers School at NATTC Memphis OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKMINUTE
Is asked to contact
tribute written permission of his parents Tenn., before reporting to
supervisor sohecanbescheduled the don will not be allowed to donate the Naval Ordnance Test Station, I MAN
.8:15.10011:15 on
between Employees with ahlstory of hepatitis Inyokern, Calif., In 1951.
or day. Those volunteering can ), malaria, diabetes Later the admiral was to attend I m -* *- mmmm
(juandice
speed the processing time and Staff Cedar Hills Shopping Center
up or low blood pressure,as the Command and
eliminate a long waiting line by well as those with colds, flu Course at the Naval War Col-

Fifteen Cited or fever cannot be accepted.Pre- lege. He later served as the executive EXTERIOR !$1
gnancy Is also a bar to donating. officer of a fighter squadron -
WASH o
officer CAR ,
The Civilian Recreation and and then commanding
for SafetyJax Welfare Association will give before becoming an aide to WITH TENGALLONS "
worth 86 chief of naval opera- ..
each donor 'a ticket the vice _
.
.
--,Safety awards have been cents for a full meal in the cafeteria tions. In 1958 he assumd com- GAS!
presented to 15'Naval Air Rework -' or it may be exchangedfor mand of Attack Carrier Air Group .

supervisors by the facility's food and drink at any of One.The GAS AT REGULAR PRICES 9 9
commanding officer. the Civilian Employee Food Ser- admiral went on to earna
The awards were for 15 to vices Board's facilities. master's degree In business .
23 years without a lost time injury -
the supervisors' shops -- a Monthly Payments

total of 272 safeyears. The Jacksonville USO'is .
NARF Safety Director C.R. holding special party, Amount
Borrowed 30
Owens, and Captain C.T. Fauld- to honor the USO Junior 18 24

ers presented certificates to O.A. Volunteer of the Month r ) S 1000 60.99 47.08 38.75
VoelkerCount J. Brantley, D.L. \I
tomorrow night 8 p.m. Mu-
King, R.C. Copeland, W.B. My- 91.48 70.62 58.13
sic for the occasion will 1500
rick, S.N. llazourl C.E. Roesel,
T.P. MetxellF.L.DanforthR.E. be furnished I by the Sound 2500 152.46 117.69 96.88

Aaron. G.E. Lloyd, GJ. Randle Vibration. Dress for the

R.H.Hutto Pick, J. Fleming and G.V. party is informal. v FOR YOUR Y AR-ROUNDBOATING'PLEASURE'

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I : : HAS Talent on DisplayJAX I r- T _




-- Have you got artistic show. Joining him with two of her ing for artist who are eager to
talent? Would you like to diSplay .own paintings was Mrs. H., O. have their works placed on dis-
your works of art? The Na- Cutler wife of the'NAS' com play. By contacting her, pro-
val Air Station has a program for manding officer. spective exhibitors will open a
x 7trz
exhibits designed give your Other paintings on view at the continuous line for displayingtheir
creation the best_ possible show- Officers Club, include ,works by : works.
ing on station. Mrs. R. E. Byrd Mrs. Jean
The program got .underway Troemel Mrs. Dorthy Turner The program works like this: w A
April 1 at the NAS Officers Club and Mrs. Ann Wright. Mrs.Mar- An an exhibit may be set up at
with paintings and photography tha Webb, another active advo- either the Officers Club.the CPO
station personnel and dependents cate for the exhibits, also has Club or the Candlelight Restaurant -
Spearheading the project for paintings on display.Lt.Edward The exhibit remains in the
this month's display! was Capt_ Fine, assistant pathologist at the same place for 30 days and thenis
Oscar Gray, Jr., NAS senior Naval Hospital has several pho- moved to the next area of
medicafofficer. who alsocomrl- tographs on display in the exhibit display. By the time the exhibit
buted two of his paintings to the Mrs. Webb is currently look- has rotated through the three
., ... been maximum -
III .AU;" !''%If!! -i U6 areas it has given it itA
exposure to viewing by station l: {

r personnel. STITCH IN TIME -- Tailor shop "crew" mend and sew as
[ they make alterations on military uniforms at the Jax Tailor
3 u 0a I Personnel interested in taking
r kBFa
Shop
*
I advantage of this program may
call Mrs. Webb at 389 3419.


jI I j GREAT DAYSPECIALS NAS Tailor Shop" I




:::::::::::::LADIES:::::::::::::::::$::::CULOTTE:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Beehive of ActivityJax


PANT DRESSESSizes -- We all know about the been working at it for 27 years.
-18 butcher, the baker and the Margaret C. Johnson in chargeof
in Solids, Stripes and Print: candlestick maker, but how about general alterations, has nine
Perm. Press the little tailor and his assis- years experience. Joyce Harris,
tants too? who does cutting and trimmingon

...._ $2.59flnummiinnniiiiiiiiiiiinii'_....... enlisted uniforms has beenat
d { LADIES The Jax Navy Tailor Shop, a- it for five years, and Dorothy
F f Mock Turtle cross the street, from the main ,Myers who takes care of all
v'A StretchSHELLS exchange is a beehive of activity 'the gold braid work and mountingof
P Nylon throughout the day as William medals for chiefs and officers -
Turner and his four assistants has been in the shop three

Sizes S-M-L rip cut, stitch measure, years. .
lengthen, ,shorten, sew on, patchup The Jax Tailor Shop receives

(MMIMIMHHMMIHI.!ROLL.!..:. .SLEEVEBLOUSES INNINNu.NNNLADIES to alterations and you name, they it when do it.it comes Jacksonville uniform work Navy from complex the entire as

Handling alterations on at least well asAir, Force uniforms from
200 uniforms a month is nothingnew Florida bases and Coast Guard
LITTLE MORE TO THE RIGHT, PLEASE-Mrs. H.O. in Solid Pastels for this group,' and in between uniforms from Miami to Sa-
Sizes 32 to 38
Cutler (I), ,wife of the HAS commanding officer, assists Mar- they are sewing on new vannah.
Perm. Press crows stripes, and gold braid Turner says his shop andcrew's
tha Webb in hanging one of Mrs.. Webb's paintings for the art
work ,speak for itself -
and can
work civilian clothes
$1.89LADIES on as
exhibit at the Officers Club. Mrs. Cutler has two of her own .NNNaaaINNMaNa. : NNNN/NNIIMNMI well. but his opinion is "it's the
paintings. the show.. ALL LEATHER best."

SANDALSDouble "We maintain a creditabilityof
; cutting, trimming, and makingthe
Strap' or V finest alterations of Navy ORANGE PARK!
Sizes 5 to 10 uniforms anywhere," stated
$2.99"SWIM Turner. He should know because THE ULTIMATE INNAS

/ _"_". he's been doing 'Navy tailoring
SUITS for 26 years and holds a Master's r 'r
Certificate in tailoring.The .
For the entire Family JAX M/MNCATE/ ?
four ladies that assist
NINN NINwNNINNIINNNNNNNIINNNNNINNIINNNNNININIShop Turner have a combined total 1,2 & 3 BedroomApartments
GREAT DAY
V of 44 .years in Navy tailor shops From

,.. add Save! and each one of them is a "spe

':. ',\, .,..' ..... cialist" In one phase of tailor- $138 Mo. Offeringa
"1)I) I \ ing work although they all can
,f.1. : 'f"iir't.<.:,,,"!! perform in any area of the shop. maximum of living
'' ) '-
'
:: : J; Gladys V. Walker the most
and
experienced tailor in the shop, space privacyin

is an expert on enlisted, chiefs, an ideal location
and officers uniforms and has
'J.,.. .&,. '. ....quiet, rustic
The enlisted Wives Club

Get on-the-spot money help GRERT Y of VAP-62 will sponsor a ORANGE PARKFREEgolf
discussion
on Medicare at
Household Finance says: "Never borrow 1:30: p.m., May 2, at the at private
club
needlessly." But sometimes HAS theater. LCdr. R.W. country
money money e Club slied.
needs do come up-like paying bills, takinga Smith, officer, in charge of with Cabanas, pool.ldeool
"Every Day's A Great Day" Medicare on station will phones and children's
leave, buying a better car, meeting an swimming pool
9006 Blanding Blvd. head the discussion. VAP-
Front and rear entrances
unexpected expense-and you need money Bellair Shopping Center 62 personnel and wivesare '
e Wall
to Wall Carpeting
help. The HFC office manager near your baseis Orange Park
encouraged to attend .Central
Heat and Air Conditioning
a specialist in helping service peopleandhe'll and the public is invited. Dishwashers
Disposal, range and oven by
tell before borrow what
you you your GeE.,
loan will cost. Call him when you have a Plenty of closets with. dressing
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-- pt.R.P. Kline,NATTC
commanding officer officiated at
the reenlistment ceremony for
AE2 Dallas G. Nicholson who'
reenlisted on April 9 for an additional -
six years.After the ceremony -
Petty Officer Nicholsonwas II( 1 l.M
$8,000 richer that is, before -
income tax.
Nicholson who had over nine
years of service (active and inactive
), received $2,000 normal
EJ reenlistment bonus and $6,000 .
variable reenlistment bonus bas-
f
ed on his rating.
lie reported to the Naval Air
Technical Training Center on
Feb. 4 from Patrol Squadron 22, ( 9qX 1 V'r'
homeported in Barber's Point
Hawaii. lIe has been assignedas
an instructor at the Aviation
Electrician's Mate, School Class
THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE-PFC Jess Condon (I) and LCpl "A" since that time. '
Hark Kite give instructions in knot tying to Boy Scouts at- Medals earned by Petty Officer 'r'

tending the Muskogee District Camporee April 12. More than a Nicholson during his naval

dozen other MAD Marines .were also on hand to give demon- service include the National Defense _
strations in hand signals map reading ideal camp sites and Service Medal Armed
oath from
Forces Expeditionary Medal 6 S8.090--AEl Dallas Nicholson takes reenlistMent
other related fields.
Vietnam Service Medal and the Capt. R.P. Kline CO NATTC. Nicholson signed for six more
Navy Unit Commendation Medal. years and earned $8,000 before taxes under the VRB program.
A Nicholson his wife and their
JAX MARINE two sons live in Orange Park.
************ April 8 for the official closing phy is on display In the AO
4 The Naval Air Technical of the Naval Air Technical Cen- School.
NEWSJax Training Center was host to 42 ter intramural basketball sea- Members of the AEA Celtics
sixth grade students from St. son. Cdr. William J. Tutwiler, the second place team received
Paul's Catholic School on April executive officer presented individual Individual silver trophies. -
11. The tour of the AE and gold trophies to the first Final standings before the

-- Three workers In the to private first class at the same AO facilities included a film a place team the AOA Bombers.A playoff were:
Marine Aviation Detachment per- time. trip to the Galley and Hangar 523 large trophy was also presented -
sonnel office were promoted last GySgt. Richard Kinnell fired where the children were able to to the Aviation Ordnanceman AMERICAN LEAGUE
week by 1st Lt. George Bryant. an 864 of a possible 900 to take view the aircraft. School and was received by Team AVG.
************ Pt. Zylchers .857.
Cpl. Rich Dobler was meri-- second master Sunday at the LCdr Billy M. Harklns, "B" ,
toriously promoted to his new Gateway Pistol Match. King Hall set the scene on School training officer. This tro- Bulldogs .714
rank for outstanding knowledgeand Kinnell fired 27 bulls-eyes in Rockets .428 '
proficiency while workingon route to his showing with the .22 Animals .285

the unit diary. caliber pistol. ,) 1 BB Stackers,! .214-;;
Lance Corporals: Ronald John- SSgt. Jack ,Shipley shot a 746 ..
NATIONAL LEAGUE :>
son and Jim Tressler werehiked" with eleven direct hits to claim .:' M
to their present rank by the commanding 2nd Marksman in the .45 caliber :' -"" <, AVGJ
officer. Johnson event. .. .o ".." : Team
works,
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Bombers .714'Celtics
In the receiving and,transfer sec-, Shipley's performance should'be ',4 j. w j. *
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" tion and Tressler works with the good enough to advance him ; ': ',"I', ', ,, ., ".642
1'
service record book section.A to the Sharp Shooter class soon. ,i"'" ,'N, 'MAD .428
Marine Reserve attachedto The MAD Softball team is beginning : '.) A ,', Turkeys .428',
; : 1 i i All -Americans285') ;
MAD for training decided to to sharpen up while ti ,, ..
enlist in the regular Corps last anxiously awaiting the opening of gamebetweenthe "
week for three years. the NATTC season. The first playoff
PFC Edwin Ahlstedt enlisted The ,Marines rode the pitch- AOA Bombers and AEA Bull
for assignment to the Avia- ing of Les Carroll to trip the dogs saw the Bombers win 52-47.
tion Electricians Mate Schoolat Naval Hospital in a practice game Victors of the second game between -
NATTC. He was {promoted last week. the AEA Celtics and AEA
Pt. Zylchers were the Celtics
54-44.) In the final contest be-
tween the Bombers and Celtics,
PHONE the Bombers won.OPNAVINST .
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hundreds of pounds of Florida citrus last week before startingthe The NAS Armory has set

donation from the Heart of Florida Citrus on its way to the following days and .
Vietnam. Spearheaded by the Purple Heart Foundation the times for qualification:
For TheMODERN citrus went to 27 military hospitals in Vietnam as well as to Tuesdays through Fridays

ships off the coast. The fruit was flown from Jax to San Fran- 0730-0900, 0930-1100 or
cisco for further
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Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER April 24. '1969 t t'John"

',' But one of the boys took John and '.returning to keep aneye on things., r k I
kept him at home until orders Everyone there is hoping for II I
came through on this guy.**. pups -- specifically one pup with Il t

Continued from Page .3 coo With the departure of his one a certain,seriousness of eye and l
real foe,John returned triumph Integrity of character carryon 4
immediate response. Never to his domain and there he re- when his old man Is laid to rest f
had a man wearing his beloved ms. He's a little slower, and somewhere on the sprawlingacres i I
Navy khaki treated him thus be- not so spry as he once was so he has tended so well for : I I
fore. He brooded overnight, and he normally rides the pickup so long. .. I
was waltin for his man when he truck. now when they run a peri- The Navy you see, is heavy (
arrived the next morning. meter patrol instead of loping on tradition. tl l
"He carried John from his car himself. The boys managed to _______
REF TWO KOREAS
the shack his leg." named :
to on pant rustle him up a girlfriend
a witness remembers. he Suzy and they take leisurely NAS CECIL CHINFO e 'r# t L %"y r, Vr i
passed a death sentence on John. morning. constitutionals before Notice 5720 established the I\\
--a. ""-A / ,
proper public reference to gy vp a4 II i
"the two Koreas". Standardand ; d I
official terminology.according \
to the notice, shouldbe
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follows +
as :
"Republic of Korea"'(Not rat s> w

"South"North Korea"Korea") or "Com- .

munist Korea" (Not"Demo [ ; d tLJ

cratic Peoples Republic") r
In any public references to
the two Koreas originatingfrom
a Navy command the : : r
stated forms should be used.


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GOLD TO SILVER. Lt (jg) gressman Charles E. Bennett of 1 1I
Florida will receive the Distin-
Allen A. Wagner gets an assist
from Capt. Frank M. McLinn guished Service Award the highest 1
CLIPPER GATOR CROSBY.ROCKET SEACR AFT Cecil C. 0., in changing his goldensign's honor given by the resident's TOWER..From }his perch John can oversee his ;
bars for ones of silver Committee on Employment of the
last week at NAS Cecil. (Photo Handicapped, Chairman Harold acres insure that everything' Is shipshape. (Photo by AN Steve !.

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MERCRUISER STERNDRIVES usa May Welcome 10,000 Beaches ; i

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I EXPERT USO Servicemen In uniform in an area adjacent to the USO BURNER office. pendents of servicemen wno are ..
REPAIR and their families will be there. ,Members of all U.S. Armed deployed should apply at the
SHOP guests of the USO Council of the This is the tenth annual Jacksonville Forces are welcome along with Beaches USO at 603 N. 1st St.
Jacksonville Beaches next Saturday Beaches Pal Day and is their families. Miller said that for admission badges to the '
May 3, when Jacksonville the second largest such event In Navymen from as far away as amusement park and pony ride
Beach holds its annual Pal Day. the world, according to the USO. Orlando and soldiers from several concession. Female members of ,
INLET MARINE Griffin's Amusement Park will The press release said that thou- of the South Georgia forts the armed services must be In ::. I
be offering free rides from one sands of service personnel and have been there In'the past. Ser- uniform, the press release not
Styles & Service ,to three p.m., according to a USO their families took pan last year. vicemen must be in uniform the ed. Children must be accompanied f
press release, and the Beaches "We may see as many as ten press release said, and de- by their parents.DON'T .
264-9835 USO Club will serve food and cold thousand this year," said USO (
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THE lLL"'starring Deborah
Movies : I,
Kerr and David Niven.
Color Comedy. A/VG ((100 mins.)


Movies will be shown nightlyat Friday, April 25 I II
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the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. I
There will also be a kiddie mat- NAS: "THE NIGHT THEY i I I

" inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a RAIDED MINSKY'S"starringJason Ads should bemailedlotheHOItPUbUSh !

regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Robards and Britt Eklana. Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than n9COmpany.1950Bland.n9.BIUd.IacluonIlUle.l
day and holidays.The Color Musical, A&M(108( mins.) Ads arriving too tote for this deadline will be published the following week unless the i
Hospital Theater willhaveone HOSPITAL: "MADIGAN" publisher is instructed: otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must J
nightly feature at 7 p.m. starring Richard Widmark and be received WITH the copy for the ad. .
Cecil Field will have two nightly Inger Stevens. Color Drama. 14
shows during the week at 5:30 A&M/VG ((109 mins.) Do Net Seid Cuss \
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be CECIL FIELD: "EIGHT ON

shown on weekends at 2 and THE LAM" starring Bob Hope Rate: MI.I. chirf ((3 lines) $2.00
5 p.m. and Phyllis Diller. Color Comedy .. e . e e e e e e e e e J

Audience Ratings;:M-Matured A-Adults; Youths G-General; S- G/VG ((115 mins.) Per aeUitioid lilt ((4 words per !Ilse! ). e e e 0.50IN ,

Superior; E-Excellent; VGVeryGood Saturday, April 26 1

. ; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA. NAS: "DON'T RAISE THE
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Thomas. Color Comedy. G/VG velt Blvd. at Park St. on April
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((109 FOR SALE 61 CHEVY IMPALA
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RETS" starring John Wayneand CECIL FIELD: "THE GREEN the investigation of the facts. East & West Coast. 353-3691. '
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OWNER FLY JETS TO EUROPE
IN CLAY COUNTY
CECIL FIELD
: "PRUDENCE A&M/E ((141 mins.
)
3 BR 2 Bath
Garage fenced $125.00 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes paved
$3,500 Equity $117 per month. Military Travel Service, Inc. and graded road frontage $1450 ,:
1824 Grove Park Dr. O.P. Ph. P.O. Box '127 --Cookstown NJ. per lot & up terms. Off. Ph..
264-4961. Phone ((609)) 723-1313 282-5272 Home 2825224. .
Available for Military Per-
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5 complete rooms plus garage Only. STEREO CONSOLE $63
sale .(Lawn Furn., mower etc.) Pro-Rated Cost of Charter Take up payments on 2 month old
OPEN SUNDAYTHE 919 Granville'Rd. Nr. Normandy beautiful stereo console like new.

& Lane. 4-speed record changer-com-
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS bination radio. Balance due $63

BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! 3 BR, 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
68 VW
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We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and performance In AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS GEORGE'S KENNELS ESTA- Tired of looking at tiny lake-
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needed It. And guaranteed them 100%. for the repair or Black &Silver$80..each.Terms BLISHED 1925. Dogs and Cats lots for giant prices? Now see
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ASSEMBLIES 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Orders must sell 264-6883. 0064. retirement. Terms. Call 387-
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RESSES. Apply at Acey Duce'yClub Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& AUTO AIR CONDITIONING .- '
,
>door hardtop V-8. automatic transmission pow'er at Jax between 8 & 4.
steering, factory air, red black vinyl top. FHA resales. $100 down. Call Window units & central units,
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BRAND NEW
?
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4-door hardtop, V-8, automatic transmission power > -
.steering, factory air, blue, blue vinyl top. formation. 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma-
chine, Left in Layaway, Balance i

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6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-5028.
Radio, heater automatic transmission. 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS. Clean
modern trailers & Apts. 389- Delivery with no obligation.

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oil stands. Westside Custom days 7712494.
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transmission, blue & white. Sewing Machines. Left in storageat
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1606 Main Street., Excellent
FOR SALE/TRADE for
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4-door hardtop air condition V-8, 'automatic
transmission, power steering, white. tachments. Yours for storage
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353-1946 '''night or day. Will deliver '
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;: Orange Park 2649602.

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r'r" NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of

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power brakes, beige. PRICE TO EVERYONE 387-2541 nites or weekends call Lane Orange Park 264-6147.
389-0744.
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
NEAR NAS & CECIL 3 BR.
OPEN Trailer Lg. fenced Pvt. lot.
EVEKY 1 GE Model Maid Dishwasher
$90. 771-0348.
DAY $110.
1 GE Air Cond. 11,500 BTU

WESTSIDEINC. SUNDAY $85. PART-TIME ':
1 Bradford Air Cond. 8700 BTU
Man to help me in my work
$60. evenings. Clean interesting work.
Contact L.E. Breeding, 772-2974 For appointment call 388-9252.
or 2646296.

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Open Dally 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM
714 26.62 470 Eng. $2550. Chief Brainard Low mi. Call p.m. or weekend
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Four Red Darters Win

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NESEP Appointments A

_
,, Four members of Patrol sonnel NESEP Selection Board _ ., t c .

Squadron 45, currently deployedto early this year. 2fc _____
the Naval Station at Sangley After selection, the applicantswere
Point in the Philippines will be administered the CEEB I
returning stateside shortly to Scholastic Aptitude Test. If -
r :
attend college and ultimately obtain results of the exam are satis- /t I : .
an officer's commission. All factory, the four Red! Darters, ,
compliments of the U.S. Navy. will receive orders to Preparatory H'
ADJ1 George N. Kemp, Jr., School, Service School Com U y
AW3 Willard J. Demo, Jr., ADJ3 mand, at eitherNTCBainbridge, ? a
James W. Hines and ATN3 Steven Md., or NTC San Diego, Calf.
C. Worrell have been accepted for nine weeks of Prep School 5ILE1 ErSUPREME : for the Navy Enlisted training. While attending Prep 8
: Scientific Education Program School, the NESEPS will be assigned -
: (NESEP), and pending results to one of the 22 colleges -
of their College Entrance Exam and universities partici-
Boards (CEEB) Scholastic Apti- pating in the NESEP program. _

;, will tude Tests be, the attending four Red such Darters noted When assigned possible to the, the institution selectees are of CORPSMEN -Capt. W.C. Turville, MC, USN, (far I), commanding officer of the
institutions soon as Massachusetts Institute their choice. U.S. Naval Hospital here was a busy man on April I II I when he made presentations to four of
of Technology, Purdue Capt D.W. Herlong, commander his hospital corpsmen. Receiving Navy Achievement Medals were HM2 M.P. Douglas ((2nd I),
University, State College of Fleet Air Wing II (VP-45's HM2 R.G. Phillips (center), and HM2 H.N. Stinson (far r). HM3 J.M. Alligood ((2nd, r) was .
Pennsylvania and .the Universityof parent wing in Jacksonville), had the recipient of the Purple Heart Medal
Texas. commended the command for the
To qualify for NESEP, the four excellent showing of the squadronin
VP-45 petty officers first were the NESEP selections. Four Historical Photo Album Finds
screened and recommended by a Red Darters applied and were
local interviewing board. Fol- accepted, a figure representing
lowing medical examinations the 50 per cent of the NESEP se-
applicants acceptance were to recommendedfor the Chief of lectees for the entire wing.College Home at Public Affairs OfficeJax

.
Naval Personnel by VP-45 com- k t -
manding officer, Cdr. W.H. beginning courses in -- While digging throughold Arthur Slocumb, public affairs in Pensacola.The .
Saunders.The several languages are offered by files in the Officers Records officer accepted the album and historical file has also
applicants were adminis- the United States Armed Forces Office YNC Lewis A. LaSard expressed a desire for more information received several photos from
tered NESEP exams InNovember Institute. Contact the Educational -. came across a 29 year old of this nature to be Charles A. Meeker showing the
1968 and were selected for the Services Office, Ext. 2596 photo album and presented it to added to the files. grand opening of the new com-
program by the Bureau of Per- for more information. the NAS Jax historical file. The album, typical of that era missary May IS, 1942. Meeker,

.. ..... ............. .. of history, includes more than retired Navy officer now livingin
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: 300 photos of Navy and Marine Albuquerque, N. M., designedthe
'x:' officers who served here in 1940- layout and served as its
Attention Parents!' ti1' :' 41. Although the photos show only first officer,in charge.
a slight modernization of Navy The shelves of the commis-
uniforms.since that time, the old sary 27 years ago were loaded
i1'' I I1 '"Sam Brown Belt" style worn with low pricebargains that people -

THE RIGHT SCHOOL FOR : by their the uniform.Marines Is"/no longer pan of recalling can only"the talk about good old today days.while"

Among the officers in the album The good old days Is what the
\\1 r: is a young lieutenant com- historical file is trying to pre-,
YOUR SON 'IN, I
FLORIDA! mander, Robert Goldthwalte. serve and .anyone finding! photos-
Twenty years later he returnedto or facts of interest concerning
:: DESIGNATED' HONOR SCHOOL BY U.S. NAVY : Jacksonville as RAdm. Gold NAS Jax man also donate them
thwaite and took command of to the file at the Public Affairs
FULLY ACCREDITED JUNIOR AND SENIOR SCHOOLS-GRADES 6 THROUGH 12\!;: Fleet Air Jax and held that post Office. Contributions of this nature -
:::: ::: from' July 1963 until Sept. 1965. would be worthwhile- and definitely -'
ry Discerning parents seeking Ideal : The now retired admiral lives appreciated.

:: educational environment for their
CMDR. ESSE HARRY
I :: sons are invited to private inter-
:: :::
/ ::: views with an officer of The San- ADMISSIONS OFFICER :::
ford Naval Academy now visiting will be atJACKSONVILLE asr
'.' here. NAS -
''
: Building 600 :.:
:: Selective enrollment. Small classes .
TUES. APRIL 29 :: =
a a 1r
: Annapolis and University per- From 1300 to 1600 :::
==: sonnel. Extensive sports program. For Personal Interview :::
:::ti: Superior housing and academic Contact COMMANDER HARRY ::: F ...' ,b
; : WeP Y
:: facilities. Every Midshipman ::: 4. p

: taught to study and succeed. :::; 4 T-i Ie

A #j ava?
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AND THIS IS-YNC Lewis
A. LaSard points out one of
the photos in an. album that
dates' back to 1940-41 to Art
Slocumb, NAS Public Affairs
Officer. The album will be
added to the air station's
historical file.

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-- VA82's Walker Hurls Two Shutouts NAM l034oM| The purpose of this

; NAS Cecil AE1 LesterH. 'letter' is to. protest with, vigor
Dunlap has been selected Instructor the contents of your recent article -
Other of the Month for NAM- printed in the fabled
Softballers Tangle HereBy TRADET 1034 AFTERBURNER .

He was commended for his out The noun name of the gallant

,SMC George BlackburnNAS The American League (squadron Operations 0-2 standing performance by LCDRJ. dental (augmented) softball team
Dental 0-2 K. Donaldson Officer is not 'Puckett's Raiders', but
In
teams) opened play on Tues- ,
CECIL .
.
In the Na- rather, Puckett's Pathetic Plum-
tional League, Operations day, April 15 on a slow note with Charge.He .
bers.
and
VA-64 resides 6877 Maunard
winning over VA-106 by a at
Weapons battled It out with Wea- forfeit. Place in Jacksonville with his At no time during the con-

pons winning a squeaker 16 to 15. VA-86 and ''v A 82 pro- wife, the former Miss Marion test did the game with'AMD appear -
VA-174 bested "Puckett's Plum- 'hot'. In fact, I wouldn'teven
vided Vandsdell and his !
bers". spectators with an exciting daughters,
game next, VA-82 this Melinda and Donna. describe it as being
Also, VA-44 hit the winning won one tepid .
column with a 6 to 3 victory picking up the pace. Pitcher USO Note The AMD airedales simply
Jerry Walker threw
no-hitter
over VA-45. The Hornets hope for a CECil failed to follow the script: Their
VA-82. USO. Friday evening from
they have solved one of their hitters had the unmitigated gallto
VA-66 and VA-67 8 to 11 there will be
together -
came p.m. a special -
problems (pitching) with the per- swing their bats .
in honor the USO
formanceof a slugfest with VA-66 party to
Jerry Murphy. The Furthermore, Jim Lee does
coming out on top 19-14 in the Junior Volunteer of the Month.
?
Hornets also feel that once \ sSh with : I
everything S not 'improve age. con-
battle of
the bats. Music for the occasion will be
gets together,the rest of the sider him the
lucky to
VA-36 had little trouble in } } S SS SS, furnished free by Mr. R. B.Cou- extreme.
teams in the National League had His
beware of downing VC-4 by:? a score of 19 ture, and his band, "SOUND VI- stern countenance frightens
best their stingers -- to 4. BRATION". umpires into giving him all the
this according to Coach Hank breaks .' would
no umpire
In last Thursday's play,VA-66 Dress will be informal.
Finder.In ever have the audacity' call a
downed VC-4
18 to 6. Then VA-
the late game at 'B' Circle 82, with pitcher Jerry Walker NAM 1016 loM ball on any of his pitches. Chief
South, it was hard to determineif Brewster stated that Jim Lee
again throwing a no-hitter and S ::1': .1 S S Sti NAS Cecil AE1 WalterW.
a softball game or a golf backed Is just another good CPO ball-
match in AMD by his own strong hitters Moore has been selected Instructor -
was progress. player -- all CPO's are good
VA-67
walloped 21-0.
and the Marines clashed, with Leading the VA-82 Sluggers was of the Month for his ball players -- do you think that 4-
AMD coming out on top with a with outstanding performance as an making chief would improve the
Ryan two home and
17 to 0 victory. AMD hitters Sherwood runs Instructor in the A4 Maintenance caliber of my players? If I hada
and Baker with
appeared to hit long drive after apiece.In one ANOTHER LTV PACT Trainer at NAMTRADET 1016 CPO on my teanj capable of
long drive from the tee I It wasa Moore was commended by pitching, I would be unbeatable.For .

busy night for Marine out- by other forfeit games over played A-106while, VA36won DALLAS, April 15 -- LTV LCDR. J. K. Donaldson, Officerin your information, Dental
fielders. Charge. got 3 hits off your wily ancient
VA-86 edged out VA-643-1. First Aerospace Corporation has received -
.... Leading hitters for AMD were week standings are as follows: a $5-mlllion letter con- mariner, not one. It should be
Bobby Fewell, Jack Kimball, tract to provide avionics test needless to remind you that I
Charlie Wells and the "old- data and hardware to support was the person maintaining the

man" pitcher, Jim Lee, all with American League. the Navy A-7E'Corsair II light A SPORTS LETTERNAS official score book. If I can't
.
two or more hits. Jim Lee's' attack bomber, company officials otherwise beat you, I'll pencil
pitching limited the Marines to VA-82 2-0 announced today. CECIL..The follow- whip you to death.

two singles.If VA-36 -V:? 2-0 ing letter came across the Further, in the final para-
.
you have not attended any VA-64 .,:1. 1-1 Paul Thayer, president and desk of our "alleged" sports graph of your article, you failedto
,of the games played,come out and : ; chief executive officer,aid this include the fantastic "Plumbers" -
VA-86 Af
1-1 editor who forwarded
enjoy some exciting softball ac- VA67 ". : 0-2 initial funding is part of a pro- it to In the category of Interesting -
", reach about us, and we're sharing it teams to watch this
tion.Remember VC-4",:V;": ,r, 0-2 gram expected to
at-all times,whethI 18million. here. season. Some of our actions on
VA-106
I er In participation or in a spec- 0-2 While "Puckett's Plumb- the diamond are more humorousthat

tator capacity, that litter is unsightly National League Vought Aeronautics Division of ers" may never win any a Keystone Komedy Kops
and may very well be Influential AMD 2-0 LTV Aerospace will furnish the baseball contestsaccording flick.
in the appearance (or VA-174 2-0 Navy with computer programsand to their own estimation- I Intend to have you rectifyall
failure to appear) of the "Ge- VA-44 1-1 inter-connecting devices to they would be guaranteed the oversights '
dunk Wagon. Help keep the ball- permit A7E equipment to be test /5/Thomas Puckett, Coach
1-1 champs in contest for best
field and surrounding area cleanof VA-45 Weapons ed automatically by "VAST," a (Sorry, Coach -- We hope this
1-1
trash. versatile avionics shop test. sportsmanship and ability to printing will go a long way toward -
Joke about one's own losses, soothing the "Plumbers".
VAST is'a new computercontrolled If ,we had anything to do When were homeruns more Important -
Cecil Keg Action Told I system which will be'Installed with the voting. than colorful teams to
aboard Navy aircraft car- the national pastime, anyway?)
riers to Improve avionics testing
and reduce the shipboard space
and the number of technicians T Z
eta6'BY
A-86 Sidewinders 38.5 5.5 Trevino, VA 86 646-241 now required.The -
AETlT 32 12 Henderlite, FAETU 633-241

Operations 27.5_ 16.5 Cook.V A 86 577-212 A-7E Is the newest ver- BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I I INC.MODEL .
A-174 #1 20 20 Abshire, FAETU 549-195 sion Corsair II light attack air- .,/
A-174 #2 20 20 ,Riebling, Weaps. 546-202 craft now under production for the
Weapons 17.5 26.5 Gathright, FAETU 528-191 Navy. Twoearliermodels of the
A-44 Hornets 10 34 Williams, Oper. 516-195 Corsair II have been used in com
Medical 6.5 37.5 Peters, Oper. 515-179 bat over Vietnam since 1967.

More Bowling --

BOWLING: Recently held at y
Cecil Field were the roll offs SBob's Oak Hill

for our station team. After 15

games, the following bowlers
were, chossen to epresent NAS Pure Service CenterOpen
Cecil Field at Pensacola in the
Sixth Naval District Bowling
for your convenience, 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Tournament coming up next week
(April 28 through May 2)).

Following are team membersand road service pick up I delivery
their averages: Al Trevinoof
VA 86: 197: Garry Cookof mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
VA 82: 188; Bob Gunterof
Weapons 187; Ron Edmon-
ston of Supply: 185 and Pete 103rd & Jammes Road
.Henderlite of FAETU: 181. 771 9156 Jacksonville. Florida [PAO 1UR

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hi r i": Club SchedulesAce 14th Annual

I Contest
) Deucey Club mission to the show will be by HowUnderway
ticket only. There will be two
The Four Clubs will be on
shows 7 and 8:3Q Ticketsare
: p.m.
hand tomorrow night from 8 p.m.Saturday's .
on 'sale at the officers club
[ \ entertainment will for $4.95
4 I \ start at 8 p.m. by Bozo and the per person. The Navy has announced its
f Misfits. The Fate Three will be CPOClubWeekend 14th annual All Navy Comic
,1 5 V t entertaining in the Sky Room Cartoon Contest.All .
.* on Sunday. entertainment at the Navy personnel on active
< Fleet Reserve Branch #91 CPO Club includes Tommy C duty and their dependents are
tomorrow night and The Clubs T1 eligible to submit entries.
%' Tonight Happy Hour will beheld Saturday night. Menu specialsare Comic (gag or situation) car-
v all evening starting at-1 p.m. offered every day except i&'L' toons must have Navy theme or
": The Blue Tones will provide the Monday. background, must be in good
; dance music tomorrow at the taste, and must be suitable for
F.R.A starting at 9 p.m. Starting Bluejackets Inn L general use to be acceptable.
",, the evening out there will be ; ___ A contestant may enter as many
( a country style party and "pig-- The Soul Challengers pro- cartoons as desired but each
in-a-poke sale." The festivities vide the beat tonight. Phil Cay WINTER LOOT -. Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS Jax commanding entry must contain the following
) will start at 7 p.m. Bud and the Chantels will be under the officer, presented intramural, awards to VA'P 62, NARTU information and statements securely -
Davis and the Tunesters will be spot light tomorrow night.Satur- and MARTD Friday for basketball and volleyball achieve- attached directly to the
I' on hand Saturday night. Sunday days music makers will be the back of the entry: ((1)) full name
ments during the winter sports season. YAP 62 took the
night Tommy C. and the Semi- Striking Resemblance. The Stan- of originator; (2) Rate/grade;
... noles. dard Production will be the afternoon top award in both sports accumulating 2,000 Ironman points ((3)) service file number; ((4))
Officers Club music makers Sunday, and NARTU was runner up tallying 1,800 markers. Bob duty station; ((5))' name of home-
.', and the U.F.O.'s, rock at its Johnson of MARTD captured the individual scoring title in town and hometown newspapers;
Phil Cay and The Chantels best, Sunday evening. Mondayis basketball with 324 points in 12 games averaging 27 pointsper ((6)) command recreation fund
? will provide the music tonight.A free juke box night,and Brenda outing. administrator; ((7)) a brief state- '
special evening has been plan- and Audrey, the tops in Go-Go, ment certifying the cartoon as
ned featuring the Royal Guards- will be on stage. The U.F.O.'swill :i- t original; ((8)) "All claims to
/ men on Tuesday May 6. Ad- provide the beat April 30. the attached 'entry are waived
,/' and I understand the Departmentof
f s4igy the Navy may use as desir-
Bride Portfolio AvailableThe R ed." signature of contestants,
((9)) "Forwarded." Signed by
Navy Wife line Association organization, offers her a commanding officer or his designated -
has prepared a warm welcome. y, 1 representative. (Note:
new portfolio for Navy Contents include Naval Dependents should supply ap -
brides customs, traditions, so- propriate data and should make
Free to all commands as cial practices and various, ,1 Ie y the following statement: "I am
the dependent(sponsor's name)
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Pin MeetJax a The Jax Navy Fliers softball team will open their 1969 season
I R with a double header Friday under the lights at Mackroth Field.
The Fliers will host Moody AFB of Valdosta. Ga. in four games
--VW-4 captured the Com- this weekend starting at 7 p.m. Friday and another double header
Fairjax Bowling Tournament last Saturday at 1 p.m.
week with a convincing victory Expected to share pitchingduties -
over host and runner-up Com- \., for the Fliers will be veter- weekend should be well played
Fairjax. lack of because
despite the practice
ans Les Carroll and Doug Felps
Anchored by George Manuel's k' with the possibility that a third Moody has proven '*a
4,016 tournament total the Hurricane veteran. Von McClure, will also good traditional rival for us no
Hunters wrapped up the title 'Ii '. be available. matter what kind of team either
as team members Louis Veah- Practice last Saturday showedthe base has."
man. Les Redd Otis Raymond, ... Fliers taking great steps toward The Filers final practice before
and.Don Gaines added to Manuel's will be
18 Friday's games
the opener as players
total to take the crown with 17,647 ,, ( 1 took the field for an intra tonight at 6 at Mackroth Field.
pins. Manuel's high series wasa I ..'- ,' '. t squad game. Coach Frank Mc- T
fabulous 641.
VP-16 finished third followedby ,,j .. ;..'. "l..,"_ .Ir.. Caffrey the turn said-he out was and"encouragedby the hustle ,...

VA-67, FAW-11, VAP-62and CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD The VW 4 bowling team acceptsthe and desire of all the playerswas
FAETU. first place trophy from RAdm. R. J. Stroh. Left to rightare most gratifying." With 18
the The basis all-star of averaging team selected at least on Cdr. Cush, CO of VW 4, Redd Raymond, Veahman, players working for starting pos- ,
180 pins will Gaines Manuel and Admiral Stroh., itions the Fliers seem to have
per game repre-
good depth at every position and ,
'
sent ComFairJax next week in 11 J
all the players are expected to see l 1t
the Sixth Naval District Bowling .
Tournament at Pensacola. The Put your sure thing. some action.
top five keglers making the trip The Fliers have a long stand-
will be Manuel, Robert Blauvelt, on a Buy'U.S. Savings Bonds .ingrivalrywith Moody and it will -- -.
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V APCharles Potter, money Jc Freedom Shares be the opener.for both clubs.Mc "-
FAETU Frank Anderson; Com Caffrey thinks the games this 'SAOAT !/
FairJax and Guy Lamonte of
VP-16. ,
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LantFlttourney in June.
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intramural Softball Schedule . ,,: : Golf StandingsAmerican

Kal's KornerBy League
28-M 1 '
April ay
A/C Mai t. ##2 5-0
field Date Time Teams JOSN Brent KallestadIt NARTU ,3-2
'i<' #1 252.5
Hospital
Hospital April 28 5 p.m VAP 62 vs VP 5 Par Scramblers" .x: :'2.53.5VP7
Hospital April 28 7 p.m. FAETU vs Comm. Off. has been very interesting to observe how promoters of sporting 1.5-.5
events have increasingly weilded a "big stick" lately in enragingfans .
Mackroth April 28 5 p.m. 'j Admin vs. Medical of the sports world -- with Jacksonville seemingly bearing the Hospital #2. '.:".:' ,M >., 1-3 1-2 '
VP-5' it
Mackroth April 28 7 p.in. ComFairJax vs VP 16 brunt of much of this. VAP-62 52.5

Attraction behalf of fans brings '
City Loses Major on sports
28 A/C Maint. MARTD National League: .
Enterprise April 5'p.m. vs certain death to any event. Fans :
Within the last calendar
year
have no real complaint when
29 NARTU (dating back to April '68)) local VW-4 5-1
Hospital April 5 p.m. 679th vs they lose something they didn't
Hospital April 29 7 p.m. VP-7 vs FICEUR sports fans have had a Triple A Caduceus .3 -1
baseball team; an AFLexhibition support. Faetu .. 2 -1
.,Mackroth April 29 5 p.m. VW 4 vs Air Ops football game; the annual Licensed resident fishermen FAW 11 2 -2'
Mackroth April 29 7 p.m.. Hospital vs Commun Florida-Georgia grid rivalry; a outrank licensed resident hunterstwo A/C Maint. # 1 '2.3
FS football game: the Gator Bowl to one. Nonresident fisher- NARF 1-3
and the AFL All Star As Data Techs ,*., .1- 3
Hospital April 30 5.p.m. VAP 62 vs A/C Maint.. game. men outrank non resident hunt- ,. "
Hospital April 30 7 p.m. VP-5 vs Comm. Off. of this writing only the Gator Bowl ers 54 to one. VP-16 1 -,3
\ attraction and the annual
Mackroth April 30 5 p.m. Medical' ComFairJax Georgia-Florida football) game Academy 1969 Football Schedule .
1ackroth April 30 7 p.m VP 16 vs FAETU remain in Jacksonville. '
",t, I" Management -- especially in ., OPPONENT
Enterprise April 30 5 p.m. MARTD vs Admin the professional ranks -- has DATE SITE
been accused of stripping sports Sept. 20 Penn State Annapolis Md.
Hospital May 1 5 p.m. : VP 7 vs VW 4 fans (not only here) of any loyalty Sept. 27 Boston College Boston, Mass.
w : Hospital May I, ', 7 p.m.. ': NARTU vs Air Ops that should be preserved in enthusiastic Oct. 4 Texas (night) Austin, Tex.
; support of competitive Oct. 11 Pittsburgh PittsburghNew
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5 athletics. Oct. 18 Rutgers Brunswick, N J.
Mackroth May 1". p.m. FICEUR vs Commun. ,
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Mackroth May 1 7 p.m. 679th vs Hospital Oct. 25 Virginia (homecoming.): ArmapoUsNov.
Fans Have to Support Events 1 : Notre Dame :;;:T: South Bend, Ind.

The name of the game is dol- Nov. 1 Miami (night. ) .:.:.:. '. Miami, Fla.
Nov. 15 Syracuse ., Annapolis, Md.
Jacksonville's
'I lars biggest :
[Intramural Bowling ]
Standing .
problem has apparently been at- Nov. 29 Army r :: PhiladelphiaWhy }
tendance. They drew less than r
AMERICAN LEAGUE ATLANTIC 40,000 for the offensive battle
Tipplers 28-8 UNCLES 29556.5 between Houston and Florida
Pin Pushers 27-9 Electrons 24-12 State; 15,000 for a pro football
Mad Fcxes 26-10 Pin Benders 22-14 exhibition; and last summer the Do You See

Data Techs ,',.''? ,.. 25-15 679th 22-14 J-Mets struck out as a draw-
Strikers 24-16 Officers VW-4 22-18 ing card. Jacksonville Univer-
NATIONAL sity which has a fine basketballteam

AOMD #2 28-8 CONTINENTAL can't give away ducats to So Many Of Thesej11nTQcJg
Pin Spotters 23-13 home games.
Chokers : 30-6
Outcasts 23-13 Navy personnel have an opportunity -
RATTC #17 22-14 Weapons 26-10 to assist on an individual -
CPO's (Ficeur) 24-16 MARTD #1 2511Sfcy basis in alleviating this
condition. We suffer along with
Warriors' 24511.5 the city when such attractive
r ppl NMC p Marine Bks. 25-15 events are moved out of the
city and into supposedly more
,HONDANUttrs lucrative surroundings..' Apathy

Fliers' Softbill SckadvU April-Miy .
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April 25-26 Moody AFB NAS'Jax !I. Jaksolvllle"Almost
May 2-3 Glynco Navy NASJaxValdosta
May 9-10 Moody AFB Ga.
May 16-17 To be scheduled NAS, Jax daily we are asked why it is that'so'many cars'are'sold ..
NAVY May ,23-24 Robins AFB NAS; Jax in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
May 30-31 Albany Navy Albany, Ga. modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a communityof
this size? For instance, in what other town of less than
I The schedule calls for double-headers on each date, with home 3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
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