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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1969
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Navy's Second Highest Honor




Presented Posthumously to BMC

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By Phyllis Harkins tire unit came under intense crew.
enemy fire. Capt. Kline also presented the
Jax -- A chief boatswain'smate The boat ahead of his craft Purple Heart to Mrs Truett, as
who gave his life while rescuing came under extremely heavy fire well as the National Defense Ser
shipmates received the and began to burn, forcing the vice Medal, the Vietnam Defense
Navy Cross posthumously Friday five crewmen into the water.Observing Service Medal with two bronze
during ceremonies at the Naval the men struggling to stars and the Republic of Vietnam ..
Air Technical Training Center. reach the safety of a ditch Chief Campaign Ribbon Bar.
Mrs.Quincy H. Truett of Green Truett ordered his boat into the Other AwardsAir ,
L Cove Springs, the widow of BMC area of the burning craft to recover -
+ T' Truett received the nation's the men.Disregarding. Medals were presentedat
second highest award for valor his personal safety the inspection to AEC GlenE.
from Capt. R.P. Kline, NATTC's he deliberately exposed Thomas, AOC James F.Swart
commanding officer, during the himself to blistering enemy fireto and A02 Robert C. Wheeler.
inspection: and review. assist those in the water. Chief Thomas earned the medal
s- \ Chief Truett died from woundshe The citation accompanying the for service with Heavy Attack
received last Jan. 20 while medal said that because of several Squadron 21. The eleventh through -
serving with River Division 551 bright fires from grass thirteenth strike/flight a-
on the Kinh Dong Tien Canal in huts burning along the canal bank, wards to the medal went to AOC
the Republic of Vietnam.At Chief Truett was completely Swart for duty with a helicopter
the time of his death, the visible to the enemy during the squadron. A02 Wheeler receivedthe
veteran Navyman was serving as entire rescue. He was mortally second through sixth awards
the patrol officer of two river wounded after he helped: rescue for duty with a helicopter squadron -
patrol boats in company with the last man from the water. during combat operations: in
Mi-- rs. Truett and Capt. Kline three other boats. His boat was The chief's valor contributed directly Southeast Asia from May to Au-
fourth in a column when the en- to the safe recovery of the gust last year.

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VOL. 27 NO. 6 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MAY I, 1969




iii RAdm. Donaldson Tells AFMA of, ETT --

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: Computers and Navy Management f .
r ; d'n f 4y'K a sV
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JAX -- Computers have fallen
short in assisting in the decision n
making process," said RAdm.
James C.,Donaldson at the April p ph
24 meeting of the Armed Forces
Management Association.
Speaking to members and
guests of the association, the
director of the Fleet Operations
!i Division for the Chief of Naval
Operations: stressed the growthof
in int computers in management and
their importance and uses.
Adm. Donaldson said com-
puters and management are
closely associated but that man- h
agement may not be getting all
of the mileage out of, computersthat
they should. HOMECOMING Detachment 31 of VAP 62 Is back from
"The Navy has probably been their deployment to the Panama Canal Zone but there's still
using computers longer than any work to be done before they can relax and enjoy being state-
one in the world," stated the for- side again.
.u w r + L P 1 mer director of management information -

RAdm. Donaldson tems Command at the in Naval Washington Air Sys-, V P-6Z Bids Good-bye To ,

D.C.He
added that although the

News to Note been have computers progressing fallen use short in very in the assistancewith well field, they has Det. 19; Hello to Det. 31 ;

E.4 Exam will be hed Monday and Tues- operational decisions.
Tuesday is Navy-wide exam day on the Southside campus. "Computers should be designed Yesterday marked the ninth stretching from Africa to above
day for station personnel goingup Evening Reglstraton will be to assist in decisions and successive deployment of Heavy the Artie Circle.
for petty officer third class. held Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. not become overloaded banks" Photographic Squadron 62 RA-
The special exam will be con- Registration for both day and the admiral stressed saying that 3Bs to Detachment 19 in Rota, Frequent Travelers
ducted in Bldg. 600. ,Personnelwho evening classes will be held Mon- this just hinders their performance Spain. '
have completed all the requirements day from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. of duty. Two officers and 34 enlisted VAP-C2 Is not a new face in the
for the test will report Classes will begin Wednesday.The Monumental Task men departed NAS at :3 p.m. yes- Mediterranean. The first detachment
by 7:30 a.m. in the uniformof schedules which Include a terday to begin a four month left Florida in July
the day with their I.D. cards. listing of day and evening divi- "The Navy has some 900 active operation. The Air Force pro- 1962. That year the base of
sion classes and adult centers ships. 8,500 aircraft, 281 major vided two giant C-141's to trans- operations was Saudi Arabia and
FJC Schedules for the spring and summer terms shore installations, and almost port all photo equipment and personnel the aircraft were three jury rigged -
Personnel wishing to obtain may be picked up at the follow three-quarter of a million mili- of the seven and one-half World War II veterans,
course schedules for the springand ing locations: Central Adult tary personnel. Managing this hour flight. Two squadron air- P4Y-ls (B-24X The following year .
summer terms at Florida School, Day and Evening Cen- type of organization is "monu- craft are leaving this morning to the detachment, based at Por
Junior College at Jacksonvillemay ters, and FletcherN.B. Forrest, mental to say .the least, said complete the detachment.. Lyautey, French Morrocco, was '
Adm. Donaldson.For
obtain copies at various New Stanton, Stanton Vocational, Detachment 19 has the missionof composed of four new AJ-2Ps.
the
this admiral
locations in the community as Terry Parker William Raines reason of obtaining information for'updating These photographic work horses
the
well as at the Southslde cum- and! Samuel W. Wolfson high stated that use computers nautical charts, airplane finally gave way to the present
berland and San Diego campuses.The schools. should be broadened to help not and seaplane stations of the world day RA-3B (in 1960.
in statistics but in actual
spring term (III) will begin Dental Health only decisions. and acquiringmaritimeand flight April and May are traditionally .
Monday and conclude June operational safety data. To do this the detachment busy months for VAP-62.April 16 ;'
17. The summer term (IV) will Scheduling of appointments for Adm. Donaldson was introduced has been assigned more was homecoming day for Detachment '
begin June 18 and conclude August elibile children for the NAS Pre- by Capt. 11.0. Cutler, Naval than 100,000 flight line miles of 31 from the Panama Canal
1. ventive Dentistry Program begins Air Station commanding officer. photography to be accomplishedin Zone. Detachment :31) had much
Credit registration for the today. Following his talk the admiral four months. the same mission as Detachment
Southside, Cumberland and San answered questons from the Siesta 19G9 operations are 19) with operations: throughout .f'
Diego campuses for Term III See Notes Page 2 members. staged out of Rota with projects Central and South America.r .
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TS6joo ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Check Your Housekeeping HabitsPeople Edwards Chapel


are accustomed to living or working with fire hazardsin SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.
DAILY aim
their homes or shops and frequently don't realize they exist. MASS11:30 .
SATURDAY MASS
This inability to recognize these fire hazards could mean your life 9 a.m.
or the life of a loved one. Now is the time to learn where these Confessions will be held on
hazards are and how to predicate them, during spring clean up. Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
Good housekeeping plays a very important role in the preventionof rLJfli instead of Saturday.U. .

fires in the home as well as where you work. And, Fire Prevention S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
and good housekeeping go hand in hand. That is why clean
property seldom burns. Luke's Chapel!
The basic means of fire prevention is through the maintenanceof ;
a high standard of cleanliness, both within the premises and out SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.
of doors. The proper and regular disposal of rubbish and other PROTESTANT WORSHIP
combustible waste material is of utmost importance. Metal con- SERVICES10:00 a.m.

tainers with covers should be used for the disposal of such trash, VRB--ATR2 W.L. Barr assisted by VP-45 CommandIng PROTESTANTAll :
and the contents should be removed from shops and buildings at $8,000 ,
the end of each day's work. Officer, Cdr. W.Hi Saunders (I) and AEC E.C. Kneller, ., Saints'Chapel, ;' ': .
Rubbish and waste should not be allowed to accumulate out of displays an enlarged replica of the $8,361 check he receivedin .
doors where, it can ''easily be ignited by' 'a carelessly discarded Variable Re-enlistment Bonus. Barr shipped for six years SUNDAY- '.-' ...*
cigarette. under the STAR program and will soon be heading for Church School -9:00 a.m.
The use of lockers for waste storage also can create a place for ATR"B" School.The Bldg. # 722 .
fire to stan. In storing oily rags and clothes smeared with paint Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
., Bldg. # 722 '
( Nt Veterans CornerEditor's Divine Worship Service 10
a.m. Bldg. # 750
Episcopal Communion 8:30.
r N } band who died of a service-
y yy ( Note: Below are authoritative a.m.
answers by the Veterans connected disability in 1967, was Small Chapel Bldg. #750
Administration to some of In service after World War II Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
the many current questions from but before the Korean Conflict, Bldg. # 722 .
former servicemen and their fa- from January 1948 until January TUESDAY
milies. Further information on 1950. Am I entitled to educational Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
veterans benefits may be obtained assistance from Veterans Ad- Bldg. # 750
aL any VA office.) ministration under a new law that WEDNESDAYNavigator's
..'. 1 i i Q'/:1-lAs/ a Vietnam veteran, went into effect last December? Bible Class 7
*tray f obtain a G.I. loan to pur- A -- Yes, you are entitled to p.m. Bldg. # 722
%
.jchise; a:business? VA educational assistance of up to THURSDAY
A -- Under the current Post- 36 months as the widow of a veteran Junior Choir Rehearsal 4

Korean G.I. 'Bill, which covers who died as the result of p.m.Bldg.. #.750 .
Vietnam era veterans such as military service. However, your Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
in the standard locker you create a good situation for: spontaneous you, the Veterans Administrationmay education must be completed by Bldg. # 722
ignition. The danger of fire originating in such lockers is great. guarantee only home and Nov. 30, 1969. Your husband's Christian Science Service -
Oily ,and paint covered rags should be stored only in standard farm loans. Business loans were military service could have beenat 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
receptacles equipped with self closing covers and removed from not included in the present G.I. any time from the Spanish-
the building at the close of each work day. Bill. However, the Small Busi- American War to the current
Clean cotton waste and wiping,rags also are considered hazardous ness Administration does make Vietnam era. Wives of veterans r-------.,
because they are readily flammable and they should be handled in loans to veterans. You should who are permanently and totally
the same manner as dirty ones. contact the nearest SBA office disabled as the result of a maxi- I Traffic I
Also excelsior, straw, sawdust, burlap and shredded paper are for Information concerning such mum of $130.amonthforfulltimetraining.
hazardous and should be treated like rags and waste. loans. Contact your nearest. I }t I
Good housekeeping Is the key to fire safety. A good workman or Q --, I Was retired on disability VA office for additional Information -
housewife not only keeps rubbish at a minimum, but through regular from the Armed Forces. are and assistance, concerning Violations j
checkups keeps an eye out for any fire hazard or fire threat.So my wife'and children eligible for this program* .
begin today, check your home, shop or barracks for rubbishand medical care at VA facilities as
other combustible material which constitutes a fire hazard. my dependents? The following is a report of
Anything that is of no value should be removed from the buildingand Q -- No. Only you are entitl- Annual USO motor vehicle accidents and traf-
disposed of in the,proper manner. (AFPS) eJ to Veterans Administration fic 'violations for the period

Children Learn What Thy LiveThis hospital ever, your or medical dependents care.as How-wellas Pal Day Sat. April '15-21.

you are eligible for medical Number of Accidents
past week was National Family Week as recognized by a care at U.S. military Installa- This Week 10
number of Protestant Churches. The emphasis is placed upon the tions, or under the provisions of The Jacksonville Beach U.S.O. Total accidents this year through
spiritual value of the family as over and against the material aspectsof Military Medical Program. Council is sponsoring it's I ninth April 21 104
it.WeoCferthe following by Dorothy Law Holtz as one bit of "meat Check with the military service Annual U.S.O. Pal Day at the Number of accidents through
for thought" In relationship to the spiritual concern within family from which you are receiving Beaches Saturday and all mili-

live. If a child lives with criticism, disability retirement for further tary personnel and their familiesare April 1968 '. . 112
Information concerning the Invited to attend. Total number of days since last
He learns to condemn.
medical care entitlement of your The Griffin's Amusement Area injury in a motor vehicle accident -
If a child lives with hostility,
is free
: dependents. offering rides from 1 to .179
t He learns fight. :
to 3 p.m., food and cold drinks will
Q -- I was discharged at the
If child lives with ridicule
,
a Number of ViolationsThis
be served the
at Beaches U.S.O.
end of December 1968 after two
He be .
learns
to shy..If
week 99
Club 603
years service. I had a tooth 1st. Street, from noon
a child lives with same, to 3 p.m., and free rides for Reckless Driving 1
,filled about six months before I pony
He learns feel .
to guilty.If got out of service. The filling the children adjacent to'the USO Going through stop sign five -
a child lives with tolerance, Club. Other violations 76
He learns be has fallen out. Can I get the
to patient.
tooth repaired by the Veterans The Servicemen's uniform will
Ira child lives with Thirty-five drivers appeared
,encouragement,
be the ticket for
.. admission
Administration? to
He learns confidence. before the Traffic Hearing Board
A -- Yes. Dental work on a theseactivities and must be worn.
If a child lives with paise, This Is for on April 24. Disposition the
He learns appreciate one-time completion basis may Important identifi- cases included the following: six
cation
If a child lives with fairness, be provided veterans, with ser- purposes. lost driving and parking privileges -
He learns justice.If vice-connected but noncompen- Women In,the service are included aboard station for various
a child lives with approval, sable dental conditions which and also must be in uni periods; 17 were assigned to
He learns to like himself.If existed at time of separation form. complete an eight-hour course in
a child lives with acceptance and friendship, provided application is made Dependents whose husbandsare remedial driving; seven received -
He learns to live in the world. within one year after discharge. deployed, should apply at the suspensions; eight were given
Your ,application for VA dental USO Club..for admission badges warnings; four were dismissed;
treatment should be sent to the for proper: identification for ad- nine were, fined (U.S. Commis-
nearest VA regional office,where miusion to the sioner
amusement area. ); and four referred to
your records are on file, before Children of military depen officers for
JtAX A I Ft NEWSThe commanding possible
the end of December 1969. dents must be
accompanied by disciplinary action. Twenty-two
'Q -- I am not eligible for a their parents In order to enjoy drivers were assessed 75 traf-
G.I. home loan since my hus- the free activities. fic points.

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, '- NOTES .

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a ,. (.From- -. Page I II,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Eligible chid ren are those hours. At that
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box whose sponsors birth month is given a definite time they will be

2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub May.Children appointment and

lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone of active duty and retired furnished materials and Instruc- B
772 3118 or 31J9. military personnel who are tions. No telephone appointments
bonafide between will be made:
Advertisements solicited the and dependents' the
are by publisher queries Each child will receive an oral
concerning such should be directed to: ages of 6 and 23 will be eligiblefor health examination, an application -

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. treatment. of a substance to Inhibit

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 .- Telephone 388 2755 tooth decay, an oral hygiene demonstration t l I ._
be
Appointments may made by
VOL. 27 NO. 6 MAY I, 1969 the sponsor 6r spouse at the and lecture,and dental -
Dental Department AppointmentDesk health educational
during: normal working No x-rays will be material YOU WOULDN'T PAR?...
taken.
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WOULD YOur SIR ?

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A Pair 'Of f


Corsair Profiles


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Corsairs from NAS Cecil were -
profiling this week, both at home "
and aboard. Left, one of the
newest A-7's in the fleet stands
,'f1 pp'rY ( ''I' II S behind sonic of the newest rankin

M1 c j the newest squadron -- Va- .
;
s riL1LiLJj (07. Right, a deployed bird is
'scenery for a group of I
a Philippine tourists and their
'GunsUn er' guides aboard USS
KITTY HAWK [in SlIbic [lay.Gunslingers' .
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t:,.:\ -;; ; ,;. "" 1'F'Ct 1 VA-67 ADVANCEMENTSAttack D. Mascio to AE3: C. Gamble to

Squadron Sixty-seven as ATRU, G.M. Sampson to ATN3: ,
D.L. Ad cock ATNO: R.L. Ed-
to ,
the Navy's newest A-713 Squadron -
Play Host monston to AKa, T.E. White to
: held it's first advancement
: ceremonies on April I Hi.(. ATM:), JJ. Christian to AQF.'I
.: D.A. Guntrum to ATNM, M.W.
Men being advanced (left to
.1.." ', Plympton to AWFa 3, CJ3 I lie eke r
right hfphoto)are:Staldh :M.N.
to AKM: G.K. Robertson ACM
To Children to ,
Philippine Khodes to AIM, C.C. Crticlier to
G.T. Edwards to ACM: ; KNEEL-
Aoa: M.D. Martin to AOF 3,1.1)! .
ING*
J.T. Cook to AOl C.D.
Wing to AOFM: N.A. Ingalls to
Eiseman ATI, D.
to
Kennedy to
SUBIC BAY PHILIPPINES[ .. their [ AQF.M: K.N. Stanow to ACFaI: >J.
appetites satisfied they sent language barrier was tran- PN1, R.B. Butler to AE2, B.W.
On April 1:1: the Gunslingers of moved on to get a first-hand\ < cended as the functions of the Taylor to AMll.'l: J.A. Esper to Cooper to AMI 12, M.E. Dutko to
Attack squadron 10f> were hostto at what life's all about aboard cross deck pennants, fresnel AEM, K.C. Dyer to AQF.M, T.K. AMI 12, NOT PICTURED are J.
24 boys from Boys' Town Orphanage an attack carrier. lenses and steam catapults were Handle to AOFa.: C.K. Busby to Barnes to ACM: and T. Tedderto
of Olongapo City as they WideeyedIII sters started explained. The long climb was ATNM: E.II. McCangliy: to ATW, ATR2. .
toured the slant attack carrier through scuttles into lower decks, then made to the 010" level, .... -
USS KITTY HAWK (CVA-KI(: ) examined bomb fins, and visited high in the ship's island, wherean
here. the ship's stores as the below- impressive overall view of the .
JU..r New M..t ,
The boys, ranging in age from decks tour pressed on. The boys ship and their hometown ofOlon- THE
eight to fourteen, had a full schedule were even more impressed by gapo could be had. TIle next
ahead of them as they were the massiveness of the ship's stop was the navigation bridge
greeted by Cdr Bowling. VA- hangar deck and were visibly with its instruments and con- amble inn
lO.Vs Executive Officer and escorted amazed by the number of aIr- trols.
to the Gunslinger Heady craft there. When the boys had completedthe
Room. After the[initial welcome TIle next event was a ride IIptO tour, it was back to the Heady
the boys were ushered to the the flight deck on one of the ship's Room for an aviator's equipmenttalk o C 4217 BLANDING BOULEVARD

ship's General Mess where a giant elevators. With many gestures by LCdr O'Gxnur and filmed 1//1 iJ L. b 'J .. !
healthy meal awaited them. With and words, the...ever-pre-.. cartoons shown by YN.'lRichardson. II
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the Galley for refreshments

and then it was on to the flight Free Draft Beef'
line for an tn-cockpit Inspec-
tion of the A7-A aircraft. ;rIle
Gunslinger birds, apparently
caught the boys' fancy more than Limit I per person Sorry Kids! You mu.st.be11
any other part of the tour. With
much hand-shaking and good will .
=t Tf h'Ir the sailors said the "gixxlbyes"
,r'Anat as the'_toy's entered the bus for ,
,
their-return: to I Boys':Town.Gunslinger I' I
Chiefs Forrest Johnson, <
AZM Lauderdale, AIM 12 Hose,
_
.,, Getting :'
4 YNM: Richardson, AOF2 Arnold, 3\
AQLJ.1: : Brewerton, AOFM: Haider F ". ,
and.1 AOI3AN Mansfield werre the ? ,
men who took time out from a away :.
ur
Re busy schedule to accompany the .
a. ship young and boys squadron.and show them the /// (


BIG EYES. .Is what Signalmen call these powerful bridge The first uniforms for the JL6IYC
glasses being used by a Philippine lad to getanew look at Navy and Marine Corps were
adopted on Sept. 6, 1776. ,,
his
native Subi c Bay. AJhi

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I. 3 ( During Awards CeremoniesJax


branch of Supply. received was for a suggestion
c -- Thirteen awards were the Disposal .
'y V.- for Beneficial concerning haveing data printed
Both awards were
presented 12 civilian workers at
forms instead of
which she sub- on 10 typed.
one
Suggestions
the Supply Department during ceremonies -
i The suggestion saved 56 man-
other
held in Capt. D. A.Hempson's mitted alone and the wasa
award with Mrs. RachelB. hours per year and a total of
office 23. joint
April The ladies
$50 in cash. two splita
Two of the awards were pre- King.
$30 award for their suggestion.A .
AverittJob
LL sented to Mrs. Doris Averitt, of The first award Mrs.
I Beneficial Suggestion Awardwas
also presented to R.L.Her-
Openings ListedMerit rington for his suggestion concerning

the use. of. radios to
improve communications and
promotion opportunities MPB No. 54-69 Voucher Exa- decrease much excessive walking
currently open for receipt of applications miner (Typing) GS-4. Area of within the salvage yard areas.
are listed below. The consideration: Navy Fiance Of- Cash savings during the first
area of consideration and the fice. Applications for this posi- year was$180 and$1,500 per year
28 YEARS AT JAX .- Henry H. Behrens is presented a retirement closing date of each are shown. tion will be accepted through the thereafter. For his suggestion

watch by Capt. D. A. Hempson, supply officer. Be MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade close of business May 5. Herrington received a $40 bonus.C. .
hrens retired yesterday after more than 28 years of service, levels GS-4 and below. MPB No. 55-69 Supervisory D. Browning received a $25
at HAS Jax.Employment. MPB No. 79-67 Plan C All Accounts Maintainance Clerk, award for his suggestion that
semi-skilled positions pay level GS-5. Area of consideration: "stop signs and caution signs be
7 and below and MPB No. 83-67 NAS NARF, NARTU,COMFAIR- placed at specific spots within
Service Plan B All skilled positionspay JAX FAETULANT Naval Hos- the salvage yard to facilitate
level 7 and above. pital, Navy Commissary Stores, movement of material and at the
Area of consideration: NAS, Navy Recruiting Station, Disease same time increase the overall
: Briefing PlannedThe NARF NARTU COMFAIRJAX, Vector Control Center and Resi- safety of the area."
F FAETULANT Naval Hospital, dent Storage Office,J acksonvlle.All J. N. Austin received a $15
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy applicants must be careeror bonus for his suggestion of plac-
U.S. Employment Service conditions. Recruiting Station Disease Vec- career-conditional employeesof ing the Plan of the Day next to
will conduct a briefing forNavy Among those participating in tor Control Center and Resident the Federal government. Applications each time clock so that it will
and Marine Corps Personnel the briefing will be the Veterans Storage Off ice,Jacksonville.Applications forms 171 for these be available to all civilians.
eligiblefor retirement or trans- Employment Representative and for these positions will positions should be filed with Twenty year Length of Ser-
fer to the Fleet Reserve, within Training Officer of the Florida be. accepted at any time. A se- Civilian Personnel Department, vice Awards were presented to
the next 18 months at the station State Employment Service the perate application must be filledout Box. 22, NAS Jacksonville, Fla, Robert T. Bradley and WalterW.
theater May 15. officer in charge of the Veterans for each position in which interested 32212. For further information Hoss Curing the same ceremonies -
The topic of the 10 a.m. meeting Administration,,vice pre- regarding these positions seethe .
will be the Civilian Employ- sident of the Navy League train- MPB No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer copies of the bulletins or an- Sustained Superior Perfor-

ment Assistance Program.The ing instructor of Ring Power GS-5-7-9. Area of con- nouncements or call Ext. 2320 mance Awards were presented to
assistance program is a Cooperation and the Director of sideration: Nationwide. Applica- Rating and examing Branch CIvilian Carroll K. Hall, Raymond Kra-
cooperative effort between the Federal Projects and the Director tions for this position will be accepted Personnel Office NAS. wiec and Wilbur O'Brien,and let-
Department of Defense and the of Federal Projects of until the needs of the ser- of
ters appreciation were pre-
Department of Labor where career Florida Junior College. vice have been met. Are you interested in crime? sented to Clifton D. Hess and Olin -
military personnel are pro- .Dependent, of career military MPB No. 51-69,Financial Sys- College Crimonology is another O. Kidd Jr., for performanceof
.' vided appropriate counseling members are also Invitedto tems Analyst GS579. Area of course offered by the United duty during the official day of
concerning civilian labor market attend the briefing.From consideration:' NAS NARF, States Armed Forces Institute. mourning for former President

S M C i NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU Call Ext. 2596 Educational Ser Eisenhower.
LANT Naval Hospital, Navy vices Office.
English Composition I Coinmissary Stores Navy Re-
CLIPPER CROSBY SEACR AFT
through a Survey of American cruiting Station, Disease Vector
OATOR ROCKET
Literature II, the United States Control Center, and Resident r
Armed Forces Institute offers Office Jacksonville.
Storage Application -
many college English courses. for this position will be
MERCURY For information call the Edu- accepted through the close of
i OUTBOARDS cational Services Office Ext. business May 5.

MPB 52-69 Production Con-
MERCRUISER troller (Electronics) GS-9. Areaof
STERNDRIVES 2596.Terrell's consideration: NAS NARF

NARTU COMFAIRJAX.FAETU

I EXPERT LANT Naval Hospial ,Navy
REPAIR/ Tavern Commissary Stores Navy Re:
SHOP cruiting Station, Disease Vector
Control Center and ResIdentStorage oer
Pool Tables !
[ Sandwiches Office Jacksonville. Appli-
[Pizza Bowling cations for this position will be
INLET .'IItESII.s .Beer accepted through the close of

business May 13. _
I Strvkt TEIIELL CANNONOwner
MPB No. 53-69 Industrial Sys- _
264-9835 tems Analyst GS-11. Area of
Hwy. 17 Orange Park 4527 120th ST.YUKONPhone consideration: NAS NARF ;; i '

: 388-9660 NARTU COMFAIRJAX.FAETULAN.T -

Naval Hospital Navy _
Commissary Stores NavyRe-
cruiting Station, Disease Vector 30 YEARS SERVICE -- Clarence Hilton Supply Department

MONEY Center and Resident Storage Office receives a 30 Year Length of Service pin from NAS Commanding .

Cash Monthly Months Jacksonville. Applicationsfor Officer, Capt N. 0. Cutler, during ceremonies... .. t_-!!!-_.__ -
You Get Payment to Pay': this position will be accepted the captain's office April! .1.4.. -- -- -- -- --
through the close of .business
IN 1DAY 1 May8.FLORIDA. ___---.- ?A;wii"ege'-courses dealing C t 4 000
84.J] 5.00 24
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offered by the United States Arm- constant war on water pollution
.,". fa ,.AA"II!. ._219.27E: -1.--- ed Force ,-lnstitute.. water week controls fish stock-
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320.79
19.00 24 SPACIOUS fc
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427.51 25.00 24 Show-2:05: G MARSHALL ACRES and creation of new waters.
ARRANGED 435-.73S- :30 9359 103rd Street
Jacksonville's
SOO.51 29.00 24 newest &
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600.00 14.39 24 .. community, is now open fof $100 DOWN
BY PHONE Payments include interest. your 'inspection. Large 44 x

75 lots.ONLY $35 VA t FMA HOMES
PER MO.
Swimming' ANYWHERE in JAX.
DiaL Peel tennis court,
Flemi Cepoo' shuffleboard court, B B Q Like "ewl
pit, picnic' built for your enJ -
t NaoMN.a J'Yllfle..c.J Act Today! Call:

4721 SAN JUAN AYE. DI AL 384 2341 EL VCKANO MOTOR COURT HOLSENBECKREALTY
IflOS t fleWS.rw+I.r tirre3i7 Mr. F. S. Ma t"'. "......r
241 WEST FORSYTII ST. DIAL 356 0715 INC.
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'Outstanding Performers'Jax "



-- "Outstanding Perfor NARF Commanding Officer, J. Phillips, aircraft metalsmith,
mance" were the words used In Capt. C.T. Faulders, April 17. and Hugh C. Ward, leadingman.Miss > a h' a 1
describing five Naval Air Re- Those receiving the awards Taylor received her a- '
. work Facility men and one young included Annette Taylor, studentaid ward for duties performed from r'LH'
lady working at NARF under the ; Charles F. Jungemann, air- Nov. 1967 to Feb. this year. She
youth corps program, when they frames mechanic; J.A. Smith, was cited for "dependable work '
were presented Sustained Superior aircraft electrician; Thomas P. which has permitted her to accomplish -
Performance Awards by Smith, airframes mechanic; Ira more work than eo'c-
pected." *
Jungemann received his award

I Civilian News PhotosPERFORMANCE I for 1968 performance to March 1969.during His March award

stated, ."Speed in accomplishingwork
exceeds 110 per cent, with
95 per cent of all work inde- tl ,
pendent and not more than ;a
two, per cent. of work units requiring -
re-doing." ?

"Consistently exceeding the .aM
,k tA standards" the
was
performance reason stated on J. A. Smith's LENGTH OF SERVICE Capt. H. 0. Cutler, HAS Commanding
award, for work done during July Officer, pins a 30 Year Length of Service Award on William
1968 to Feb.,1969. B. Smith, Supply Department, during ceremonies heldin
the captain's office April 24.
Thomas Smith was recognizedfor
"performing his duties in an
outstanding manner, exceeding VC HELP BUILD ROADS
bed in the Xom Tom area about
fully satisfactory productive effectiveness" -
20 miles northwest of Saigon
for the period from WASHINGTON (AFPS) where the extensive enemy tunnel
Feb. 1, 1968 to Feb. 1, 1969. The area around a Viet Cong system was located.

Phillips received his award for tunnel system stronghold will
AWARDS R. P. Heselschwerdt, Security "consistently turning out 50 58 be used by Army engineers for The red, porous laterite is of
Department, and Margaret Rear don, Comptroller, received hours of production work each road construction.The excellent quality for' road build-
92nd Engineer Bn. and ing and will be a welcome addition -
Sustained Superior Performance Awards April 24. week, and Ward was cited for ".
the 579th Terrain Det. recently to the 92nd's supply of
"the outstanding manner in whichhe uncovered a large, rich laterite construction materials.
'r ; T :i v 'f.i, performed the additional
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in his division.
$. "qI ORANGE PARK! GREAT DAY'S


THE ULTIMATE INCONVENIENCE! Suggestions For


I! MOTHER'S DAY
ONLY 2"2 MILES FROM

a NAS JAX MAIN GATE Swiday llthAttention
,_Miy. .
MIMILYN. Yti
1,2 & 3 Bedroom !

A Apartments From .Sons... IJ.Daughters....... ...,..,.Fathers....'.< u :O.w:(:.::::: A... ::._:.::.:.:-=.:..:
\ r.a $138 Mo. Offering LADIES 2PIECEBaby

: J ii a maximum 1 of living Doll

space and privacy PAJAMAS

TEN YEARS Vivian B. Hayfield (I) and Margie Bignon, in an ideal location $1.00

both of NAS Admin, received 10 Year Length of Service A- ....quiet, rustic
LADIES
wards, April 24.Club.,
ORANGE PARK WALTZ GOWNS

HappeningsAcey $1.49
REE-golf at private _
A. "'II II II II II III" ,. I
country club LADIES

Deucy Club Tonight is, ladies night at the G Y with Club Cabana.sled. swimming, pool aide pool Seamless Mesh
The Four Clubs will providethe Collins Road Fleet Reserve. phones and children' NYLON HOSE
music for dancing tomorrow Happy Hour prices for all ladiesin swimming pool '
night beginning at 8:30 p.m. attendance all night. | .Front and raar entrances 39C and 490
Saturday, Mel Gaden will be on Tomorrow, Cliff Lord and the .,,111,
stage beginning at 8:30 p.m., Drifters will be on stage beginnIng | Wall to Wall Carpeting LADIES''
and the Fate Three will providethe at 9 p.m. Saturday night, (.Central Haat and Air Conditioning 100% NylonPANTIES
beat Sunday, beginning at Bud Davis and the Tunesters Dishwashers, .,do.an, by
6:30 p.m. will be the music, makers and ,D'rs.l rang
Sunday night, direct from a local WI''I S's and 10's Only
Blue Jackets Inn (.Plenty of closets with dress
country western club, the Good 10.100III clouts In maetar 49C
The Soul Challengers,will provide Timers with Jim Mann, begin bedroom ,
"the beat tonight, and back the merry making at 7 p.m. LADIES2PIECE
by popular demand tomorrow, PAH
Saturday afternoon and evening 'I SET
will be the Striking Resemblence. Print BLOUSES and
The Yellow Brick Road, for- 5Nti IS NOW LEASING Matching Sharkskin
mally the Runaways, will be on upnAl U$,,. Jamaica SHORTS
GIRL NEXT DOOR If the
stage Sunday afternoon from 2 4
to 6, Sunday evening from 8 to II&A 111A'ro lovely Margaret Laverdy is any Sizes 32-44
12, and again Monday and Tues- AN indication of the girl next door, New Apartments ,SPECIAL AT ONLY
fi C,, one ,can understand why Las
day ntshts. Vegas is a rapidly expanding For July! $2.89'UII
t!
from
The Sophies Sunshine, :2r city. Las Vegas News Bureau
Brunswick, Ga. will be on stage Photo. J
May?. Shop. GREAT DAY'aid

Officers ClubA Save!

special evening has been PHONE

Guardsmen planned featuring May 6. the Admissionto Royal $lbpBo&t: 3842388'E" j"A

the show will be by ticket : ,:c;, *0
only. There will be two showsat
7 and 8:30 p.m. Ticketsare 4621 I SAN JUAN AVE. (near Blanding Blvd.)
on sale at theofficers. clubat

$4.95 per person. FISH CHICKEN SHRIMP MATADOHK GR TD Y

apac apcx apa
I DINNERS DINNERS DINNERS

Our.Famous Fillet.. 3 Delicious Pieces Hush P ppl....
HONDAMeUrs Hush Puppies.. French Fries French Fries.. A R .T M. E. N.T. S
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French Fri.... Col. Slaw.
Col. Slaw. .Hot Cole Rolls.Slaw. Tartor 741 HWY, 17 5oORANGE "Every Day's A Great Day"
Seafood 135
ft Cycles Ci. Tartar Sauce 110 SIZE.LUNCH. 8S" I10 SauceBoxes PARK2642815 9006 Blanding Blvd.
Bellalr Shopping Center
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SAR SEAHORSE--LCdr. J.L. Locke (r) from VXE-6, Quonset
DUMBO-i the fixed wing HU-16 amphibian aircraft that will be used for search operations Point, R.I. briefly explains' .the workings of the helicoptersover

100 miles out to sea. that SAR will be using for their rescue operations.



I: Navy Sea Air Rescue Unit Forms Here-Maintains AlertJax I



-- Area fisherman stranded copters they'll"be flying, two veteran at present to 11 sometime: this job to establish the new SAR search operations.over 100 miles
at sea and downed militaryand Seahorse pilots are train- summer. The number of main- concept." out to sea.
civilian pilots now. stand a ing the local SAR pilots in the tenancemen and aircrewmen will The SAR unit's main area of Expert Training
chance of being rescued quickerdue operation of the helicopters.LCdr. reach about 50, according to ex-' responsibility will be in north-
to a new Sea Air Rescue Guy Weir, assistant air pansion plans. LCdr. John Bed- east Florida and southeast Geor- According to men stationed in
concept initiated here. operations officer, has been dard will be in charge of the over gia, altough they will be pre- Jacksonville who have flown numerous -
Five H-34 Seahorse helicopters charged with coordinating pilot all maintenance of the helicopters. pared to conduct missions from SAR missions, the localized -
now form the nucleus of the traning for the Jax Navy Complex :? Crescent Beach, S.C., to Vero concept will allow expert
Navy's Sea Air Rescue (SAR) SAR unit.Checking Crew Praised Beach, Fla., the area which NAS centralized trainingforpilotsand
capability in the area. Pilots out the pilots are Jacksonville is assigned search aircrewmen as well as maintenance -

and crews will maintain a 24- LCdr. Jerry Locke from VXE6in LCdr. Beddard highly praisedthe and rescue coordination respon- of .the rescue helicopters.

}hour-a-day alert to carry out Quonset Point, R.I., and Lt. maintenance crew, saying, sibilities. The area of responsi- Meanwhile, officers. and men of
any emergency rescue missions. Chuck Brooks, the Navy's Naval "These men under the directionof bility extends 600 miles to sea the local SAR unir stand readyto
Cdr. Davis DirectsThe Training and Operational Pro- AEC George Jackson have between the two Atlantic Coast answer the call of a downed
cedures (NATOPS) officer for worked around the clock for several cities. Fixed wing HU-16 am- pilot or fisherman In'trouble at
rescue unit is being form- the H-34 from NAS Norfolk, Va. weeks while learning their phibian aircraft will be used for sea.
ed under the direction of Cdr.

John K. Davis, NAS Jax opera- Training, Program .

tions officer, and consolidates Aircrewmen have completed a PS ..
detachments from Jacksonville,
Cecil Field and Mayport, estab- training program in the opera-
tion of the hoist and
rescue
lishing a pool of highly qualified familiarization of the aircraft's
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pilots and aircrewmen. For-
merly the three installations numerous components.One """" '. ,
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maintained their separate SAR helicopter. and crew will t''twgF..'y..
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remain on alen during working gYAYy w
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helicopter and support units. d Y ,2"y
hours Cecil Field with back
at a
4 To ensure that pilots assigned
up crew standing by on'alert at
1 local flights
rescue are completely
I NAS Jacksonville. At least one r.A. la wF1r
familiar with the hell-
helicopter and crew will be stand- _jAt.flr .
ing by for rescue flights from S
There are at least two active Jacksonville at all times. :;jMh J. 1:0: $ ; (;;trrJ,
volcanoes the continent of ''<','..:r.l W/.i';;: Jj; {r-J' 'y
on The centralized SAR unit will .".../' .t!:t ,Mn'ti.. ; ,.{.,, 1
Antarctica: Mt. Erebus on Rosa ,< .,.,)VuoP <,',''" 'N,;'n" U,'", .
also provide supply and mail 't'q < ,
Island which towers more than '" ,,:; i'
12.400 feet above the United flights to Mayport-based shipsat 1
States' McMurdo Station and sea off Jacksonville.Plans : }
Mt. Melbourne on the. coast of call for enlarging the ...".i!;.. N''
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0 five H-34 Seahorse Helicopters to be used by tbe newly formed SAR.
Saturday-10 AM til 6PM oo

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nAil__'AIM FOR TOP' SERVICE' S >>> PIZZA PANmY St. Johns 'Mobile Hones .:-1.:

.. AND LOW RATES SEE :' TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM "Just North of NAS JAX Main Gate" J
INSURAKi1 ; : PREMIUM DEER-CIIOICE CUT STEAKS !
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1938 Blending Blvd.,(Blending and San Juan) "PIZZA". REMEMBERIw. !
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OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION WOODY'Suto


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Four Miles South of NAS HIghwaY'17- Orange Park ; 103rd t llHdiRi Mr. Gasket ttIJ Mag Wheel
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NEED, YOUR CAR INSPECTED? Complete Alto RepairsWe PHONE 387.7D31 etc.

Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors aQB-8031: 641 ROOSEVELT
Open 0800:1800: .,.Monday thru Friday; take better care I STANDARD! 388.2t3:1: BOULEVARDCompt.te
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103rll STREET FISH MARKET <<
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IN SEASON 4118 Philips Hwy. 398-1126
Featuring Specially Prepared ,
741 S. laneAve. 781-3027
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs Claude Nolan, Inc.
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>(,J and men Weather periment, which will take place entire world quickly and accur-
Reconnaissance Squadron four beginning today through July 28 ately.
?:; weather Cdr. Casimo J. Cush, VW 4
(VW 4)) have been named to participate [is designed to collect
\ that Commanding Officer, said that
in the Barbados Oceano- data and make observations
.,\ graphic and Meterological Experiment may someday aid weather men in five crews would particiate in
j? (BOMEX). The ex making weather forecasts for the BOMEX. The two crews will depart -
I I a this week for a 14 day
deployment In Barbados British
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Jax MARINESBy south east of Puerto Rico.)
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"The interaction of the sea and
:.. MARTD ADJUTANT PROMOTED-First Lieutenant John A. "
'. Griffith III, Adjutant for the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment air is almost unknown, a scien-
LCpl. P.D. Edwards tist said, "yet It is the primary
f was promoted to captain during an informal ceremony which drives the at -
April 7. Pinning on his captain bars is his wife, Edena, and mosphere's process circulation and

Lt. Col. J.M. Rapp, MARTD CO. its weather system. Unless this

I GySgts. Ronald Mather and SSgt. Rooert Holloway was a- process is explored and under -
EpIrersLearn Much William Cropf both AE's, and warded the medal for his actions stood, it will be impossible to
Jolley Watson, (AO) were pro- while serving with the Northern extend weather predictions to
moted to their present rank last Sector Defense Command more than a few days."
week along with nine sergeantsto (NSDC), First Marine Division.As Of more importance to the
r From VP-5 Sponsors staff sergeant, by Lt. Col.R. an Infantry operations assistant people of Florida and inhabi-
P. Eckmann, commanding and watch sergeant in the tants of the Caribbean Islandsare
I Every other Wednesday night Scout Jamboree as Explorer Post ficer. Combat Operations Center, SSgt. the advantages that will be
the Officer's Wardroom ofVp-5 908 of Jacksonville holds its bimonthly Promoted to staff sergeants, Holloway voluntarily led night made in hurricane prediction.
takes on the appearance of a BoyCreation meeting. Explorer Post were Richard Johnson, Claude patrols and served as a liaison BOMEX will take.place in an area
is" Johnson Ralph Cousins, Rob- between the NSDC and numerous off the Atlantic East Coast of
908 sponsored by VP 5,
I e
Vietnamese units.Meritorious. Barbados encompassing an area
a unit of Fleet Air Wing 11. ert Bruss, James Johnson,
Gerald Heidt, Roger Gregory, Mast of 90,000 square miles. This
Topics of discussion at these Ernes Cope and William Pfeiffer.Of same area has seen 14 tropical,
meetings have covered such the new staff sergeants, PFC Steven Vaughn was pre- storms pass through it in the
things as sea survival, land sur- eight were AE's, four of them are sented a Meritorious Mast recently month of July since 1901.
vival, basic aerodynamics, pri- instructors and the other four are for his performance of Eighty separate scientific experiments -
I nciples of dead reckoning naviga- students at the AE "B" School. duties while attending the Ma- will be involved in
I tion and basic jet engines. rine Mechanical School. BOMEX, and will be conductedby
I Season Opens TuesdayThe PFC Vaughn served as class four major government a -
the
Recently
: "THE HOUSE OFTOMORROW en on a weekend scouts camp were- out tak-at MAD Softball team leaps leader and platoon leader of the gencies, 18 universities and
i Camp Blanding for a little on into action Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. MFC Reserves and still managed seven satellites, 12 buoys anda
...HERE TODAY!" the job training In land sur- to begin their defense of the to complete the course with an semi submerisible floating

I vival. NATTC crown. 0 ,_ 89.1 average. instrument ship called "Flip.
; First toe will be the AO Mis-
Anarki
Early :
There are seven InVP-
5 who work with the people"future siles. The team will be playingin
ft McdftfR Naval the five team National Leagueof
Dicer "

J* D.Aviators.McKnight,They Lt. R.are A.LCdr.Har- the At NATTC the end Intramural of the regular Lea- :11 .NA TTC Ielsi.i tMe See... ..11

:' ON DISPLAY NOW AT ris, Lt. L. L. Stewart: Lt. C. gue.season the two leagues will meet
T. Moyer, Lt. R. A. McGrath,
for the
Wright.In Lt. (jg.) Moore and PR2 D. R. ,The team championship.will play. a scheduleof .. LCdr. Dale N. Varner was advanced spends his leisure time fishingand
r 22 games. to his present rank ont hunting and is involved at
the near future the Explorers ? April 22 by Capt. R.P. Kline, PTA activities. He Is marriedto
may go up on a demonstration Marines Cited, NATTC Commanding Officer, the former Mary Ellen Garrett.
: MOBILE flight in one of VP 5's Two MAD Marines were during ceremonies in the cap- They have two daughters and two
P 3 Orions for indoctrination presented the Navy Achievement tain's office.LCdr.Varner's date sons and reside in Jacksonville.
HOMES into the squadrons role in the Medal last week for their actions of rank is Nov. I, 1968.
field of Antisubmarine Warfare. while serving in Vietnam. LCdr. Varner reported aboard
6545 NORMANDY BLVD. Cdr. H. C. Abelein VP 5's GySgt. Duncan Langlands serv- the Naval Air Technical Train- ]0r t
PHONE 781-7322 commanding officer acts as the ed as the admin chief while attached ing Center In June of last year -
Institutional Representative for to the Marine FighterAttack and has been assigned as Phase
the Explorers. Squadron 115, MAG 13, Officer at the Aviation Electri- j
First Marine Air Wing from cian's Mate Cchool, Class "A"
May to December 1968. Gy- since that that time. He and his
PHONE Sgt. Langlands Is authorized to wife Mary, life in Orange Park
384-1317 wear the combat "V" for the with their two daughters and a _J!
The ALL NEW way he distinguished himself by son.
skillfully heading the admin sec- ****************

tion. Another event at NATTC held
April 22, involved the reenlist-
MOST INJURIES IN ment of AE1 Charles T. FieldsJr.
THE HOME who reenlisted for a periodof

Although most accidental four years. Capt.Kline off icat- bST1LL TRYING FOR TIME OFF

deaths occur on the highway ed at the ceremony. FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR., EH
more people are injured accidentally Fields, an instructor at AEA) BROWN ?*
in their homes than in School has been assigned to

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Wadford received Good Conduct Honorary 'Blackbird'NAS

: TA-4F Becomes Bee( ) 4F Medals.
; ; CECIL At ceremoniesheld
Hellrazors Cited In VA-45 spaces on last
Friday, Mr. Dale V. Specht,

1 Or, Tale Of Flying Hive CECIL Two Hellrazorswere Douglas Aircraft, was Technical awarded Representative the-

cited this month for out-
Blackbird
position of "Honorary -
'i: NAS CECIL Last Tues- walked around the tail, one of off readiness. Maintenance then standing performance of their ."
day, Lieutenant Thomas Johnston the men told him to be carefulof took over. AFCM Manning and duties. Blackbird Number One Commander -

of VA-45 went down to the the port wing. When he AZ1 Drake were detailed Bee YN2 John D. Dorshorst was Donale E. Reh, presented -
line to man his plane. His got a good view of the wing, he Clean-up. When the bees had named VA-174's Sailor of the Mr. Specht with a squadron
Plane Captain notified him that took off running. been scraped off the wing, strut Month as and AMH3 Anthony A. plaque and a congratulatory let-
the bird was "up", ready to go, Bees were swarming all overit. and chock, the aircraft went fora WosnewskI named Plane ter which read In pan:
was as
and started helping the: student ride around the line, and then Captain of the Month, both for "Your tireless efforts dis-
in the back When Johnston into isolation. The bees
strap seat. stopped run- went the month of March 1969. tinguished professional know-
Johnston pre-flighted the star- ning, his first action was to home with Drake, to make their ledge, and genuine interest in

board..................,..........wing...................,...:ailerons."'.:......u..u.Then...,.as.........he'..'..'..'..'......."down"................................the.............aircraft...u................,...or.....take.&......&....it...u......new_......._...u..home.............in...._._a..._lovely....._..._ .....hive......................,.........'. Commander E.M. Crow, com- helping this command pursue the
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106 Advancements by the VA-86 Plane Captain Selection AQ2 W.R. Lloyd, AQF3 W.T. men with letters of commendation program, have personifiedthe
Board. He was presenteda Pearson, AQF3 P.D. Byrd,AQF3 and also presented YN2 Dor- ultimate in productive civilian "-

Men of. Month plaque and a Letter of Com- D.F. Gigante, AE2 GE.Kangas, shorst with a Hellrazor plaque. military relationships.
mendation by the Commanding AE2 T.L. Stinson,AE3 T.L.Jack Mr. Specht leaves NAS Cecil
Officer Cdr. D.E.Gordon.Dono- Both selections were made on for Kingsville, Tex. to transi-
son, AMH2 R.L. Stamper ADJ2
NAS CECIL .
Twenty-two hoe has been working on the line M.L. McDaniel, ADJ2 J.T. Roy- the performance of duties and tion Training Squadron 21 from
Gladiators fromVa-106
were since June 1967 and was selected ster, ADJ3 S. Kassa, AN H.E. their general military ap- the TF-9J to the TA-4J.
advanced in rating during a ceremony -
from the twenty other plane Johnston, and SN R.R. Larson. pearance. The Blackbirds wished Dale
held Wednesday,
on April
16, 1969. Commander John H. captains in the squadron. AQ1 F. Scott and AMH2 A.C.B. Specht the best of everything
After Boot Collier OverNAS in his new position.
Hams Squadron C.O., advancedthe attending Camp at Ships
following personnel: AMH3 Great Lakes,Naval Training Center -

James M. Bailey, ADJ2 EdwardJ. Donohoe reported to VA86to CECIL AMHC R.B. Navy Wives 121
his with the A7A
Beach, Jr., AE2 James M. Corsair begin II.Donohoe. training Collier, an instructor attachedto
Bellott A02 FrankBourieATN3Michael is the of Mrs. the Naval Air Maintenance To Glyitco Meet
son
V. Bray, AK3 WilliamH. Training Detachment 1016, reenlisted :
Thomas Donohoe of Uniontown
Carter, ATN3 David E.Clark, Pa. He from South, for four more years on NAS CECIL Navy Wives
AMH3 Leroy E. Cogley, Jr., Union High graduated School in Uniontown CECil April 14, 1969. LCdr J. K. Club #121 will send three mem-
AZ3 Paul M. Connolly, CS2 Robert before joining the Navy.Letters Donaldson, Officer in Charge of bers ,to the Southeast Conventionof
L. Deal, ATR3 William O. NAMTRADETS, Cecil adminis- Navy Wives Club at NAS Clyn-
Grubb, AMH3 Edward F. Hoff- tered the oath to the 13-year co, Ga., this week. The con-
man, YN3 John W. Hunter, adr3 ofCommendation veteran. vention is scheduled for May 4-7.
Michael Klusza ATN3 JohnnyD. Attending from the Cecil chapterwill
Little, AO3 Jimmy Mer- J SS Chief Collier who reported to
{ be Mrs. Duane Hyles, local
ADR3 Thomas C. Paulus the Cecil Field detachment In
tens ,
Mrs. Dean Fifield and
,
NAS CECIL In a recent president
May 1966, Instructs enlisted and
AQF3 Emil R. Prendes. ADR3
here, Cdr. D.E. Gor- Mrs. Johnnie Hepkin.
Dennis A. Steen, AQF2 Lee E. ceremony officer personnel on the hydraulic -
'' don, skipper of the "Sidewind- and airframe of the
Tarrell, A03 William FJ+ Tay- systems
lor AE2 William R. Willingham. ers", presented twenty-two Let- A4 aircraft. He and his wife
During the same ceremony, ters of Commendation and two the former Miss Miriam Durney, 444 ? 4

AMS2 Joseph D. Cook was named Good Conduct Awards, seven- reside on Delarocke Dr., In 'f.0, \/ I Itl i' R9
Gladiator of the Month and AA teen Sidewinders were advancedto Jacksonville, with their five ."'. ', FtltF'1'
E-4, eight were advanced to
Harold Clark was named Plane E-5, and one was advanced to children... -., ._'"......., .....,---.. ;@ !... :=-
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were selected a re'sultof their E6.Receiving -- -
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Seventh Fleet Let- '
a fi
exemplary performance while
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ter of Commendation was YN3 A I
members of the squadron.
C.E. McKinnies. USS AMERICA WM PEPV MALAflWNONPll
6 Letters of Commendation were
Plane Captain '
presented to AE1 D.E. Bernard,
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.
The 'Sidewinders' Larry J. ATN2 D.L.Martin,AQ3J.D.Holt,
Donohue ADJ3, was selected and AMS3 R. Bottona. Letters of 1
Plane Captain of the Month Commendation were presented to R
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Marine Corps personnel (and dependents local officer in charge of the Veterans San Juan at Niblick/ /
) eligible for retirementor Administration, a Navy Phone 384 4406
transfer to the Fleet Re- League representative, a train-
serve with the next 18 months at ing Instructor from Ring Power HAS Cecil Women Golfers are showing up the menfolk on the 1, 2, 6 3 Bedrooms
the station theatre here May 15. Corp, and the Director of Federal links again. Left to right are Rose Weir (second low net, 219)); Garden Type Apartmentswith

The program is scheduled to begin Projects from Florida Junior Nelda Dradt, (low net, 214)) and Ellen Roplak with low gross Country Club
College will attend, accord- Atmosphere
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MoviesMovies ers and Leslie Parrish. Color I 1

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the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. SEAMAN" starring David Niven .1T.'it., ,'',4 WI.' itl.>"' ,I>> !t.tJ. i"-' ''' v,",.". .'."{"",.; .. "" r .. '.. ... '
There will also be a kiddie mat- and Faye Dunaway. Color Co
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
regular feature at 2 Sun- medy. G/VG ((109 mins.) Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
and holidays.The p.m. HOSPITAL: "SKIDOO"'CECIL Florida, 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
day FIELD: "PJ." star- arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the week unless,the
Hospital eater will have ring George Peppard.Gaylellun- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or'money order for following of the ad must
,one nightly feature at 7 p.m. nicutt and Raymond Burr. Color be received/: WITH the copy for the ad.
Cecil Field will have two nightly Detective Drama. A/VG ((105
shows during the week at 5:30 miss). Do Not Sean Cash
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be
Saturday, May 3
-shown on weekends at 2 and '
5 p.m. NAS: "THE STALKING MOON" Rite: Miii 0H charge ((3 bus). . . .' : .$2.00

Ratings: A-Adults; G-General starring Gregory Peck and Eva

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Excellent cond, lice new extras: WELDING!
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3895903. ers,..ornamental iron work, fuel days 7712494.

oil stands. Westside Custom BRAND NEW

ORANGE PARK, NICELY Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma,

furnished efficiency guest cot- 7819482.VA chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
tage. Air conditioned. $85 per $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo.

mo. 264-6843. & FHA REPOSSESSIONS 6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-502&

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2-1969125CC MOJAVE CYCLES down as low as $65 month. Callus
THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! 400 miles, 2 mirrors, saddle bag, for up to date lists that will
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each. 384-2219. Investment property for Income
VANSANDT REALTY 387-3597.
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and appreciaton. 2.3 acres
100% GUARANTEE HOUSE FOR RENT IN OAK HILL between NAS and Orange Park

Park, 3 Br. B & 1/2. Fully JUSTISS TRAILER PARK includes 2 small houses and 2
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In- fenc. yd. $135 per mo. Call 1 Qtr Mile .No. of NAS. Clean duplexes ((6 rental units) fur-
spection. Then we tuned up. tightened, and replaced everything
modern trailers & Apts. 389- nished and rented. Flowing well,
L.E. Breeding, 264-6296 after
that needed it. And guaranteed them 1007 for the repair or
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68 TEMPEST I Custom $60 .Apts. Newly painted, 2Br.., LR, 771-1975. No agents.
? $2595 Contact L.E. Breeding, 7722974or Kit, Furn. Nook 2 Car parking
automatic transmission, v IN CLAY COUNTY
2-ooor narotop V-8
264-6296. & includ.
Water, Sewage Garbage
power steering: factory air. Vinyl top, gold. 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved
Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call -
FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT 387-2541 nites weekends call and graded road frontage $1450
68 FORD or
Galaxle 500 .
$2495 & Off. Ph.
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steering, factory air, blue, blue vinyl top. Rm. can be 3rd Br. No
pets or small children. Cent. STEREO CONSOLE COMBO
69 VW Fastback $2395Radio furn. .& AC. $100 246-6009 SOLID STATE Stereo and Radio Tired of LAKE looking LOTS at tiny lake-

heater, automatic transmission. 1GEORGE'S 4 speed fully automatic intermix lots for giant prices? Now see

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67 PONTIAC and Cats boarded. Free
2
Dogs off and dual sapphire needles. lovely Santa Fe Lake for only
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Ghia retirement. Terms. Call 387-
$1795
67 VW Karman
andEdgewood., ) 389-0064. 1946 night or day, ask for Credit 7379 after 6
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transmission, power steering white. FINANCING OF YOUR HOME $125.00
arranged to each individual 5028. Military, Travel Service, Inc.
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66' VW Sedan $1295 purchase. ABC Mobile Homes,. and Senior Petty Officers sonnel and their Dependents
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Radio, heater, new paint, red. Normandy Blvd.NEWLYWEDS. leaving the service, a leading .Only.ProRated
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Family rm. carpeting, drapes 2
Call 264-6296 after 5 p.m.WANTEDEXPERIENCED.
window A/C. Kitchen equipped -

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T Workman to manage body shop.
64 PONTIAC CATALINA4DR..
103rd & Center Eve. & weekends contact Bill
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I : Children's Day at NATTC's Library .v j I


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With eyes filled with wonder
and questions full:of curiosity,
the children wandered among the
1 lands of old with dragons and
A and talking animals.
s knights These strange and wonderful 1f ki t1 i1-
,
? events took place when parents
a r> ;r and children visited the Naval Y'' ? ay
Air Technical Training Center's
Library. More specifically the $
children's corner.
The special section of the library -
for the little ones was
started June 14, 1954 by the Officers -
Wives Club. It began with
only 51 books. Supported by
yearly donations from the spon-
___ soring organization, the child-
ren's corner now has a selectionof
1,400 books for children of all

ages. _
The NATTC Library held an eiL
open house in observance of Na-
tional Library Week,April2Q27.Mrs. a .
Iona Nelson,librarian,wel- kI
comed the parents and chIdren q
on April 23 and introduced themto
the newly acquired picture and
story: books. She also helped
renew the children's enjoymentof
the old favorites.


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and I WANT THIS ONE From the look on this young man's
face, there will be no changing his mind. As he continuesto
browse he may find himself loaded down with books of
PH3 Dave Huron
all kinds.






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DID THIS REALLY HAPPEN? -- One youngster attending
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trip into story land to question something that is a far cry
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A PAIR OF V. tA J
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CECIL STRIKERSEveryone


in the Navy at one
time or another, is a striker,
but Al Trevino and Jerry
\,; Walker are specialists in the
:.. verb.If.
you bowl locally you pro-
bably have heard of Al Trevino.He .
!'iR TT TTcb is consistently bowling above
the 230-260 mark (and often
around the 260 mark) as a mem.
ber of the Cecil Scratch League,
and recently came out top man
int the roll-offs for selection ofa
Cecil Field team. As a matterof
fact, the team representingCecil k'' AhU
with Al as Captain, is on
the road thfs week to competeat .

Pensacola and other area Na- .., ,,1:'*,....
val bases.
,z'" ,,'h
JerryWalkerr( ) does his thingon
the softball diamond. In two
weeks and twice as many gameshe
has pitched four shutouts.As .
ai a ) lead pitcher for VA-82Jerry
m has closed down VA-86 and VA-
.
67 with no hitters and against ,-
VA-66 and VA-36 let only two
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An impressive record by any ......
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By.SMC George BlackburnIn AMD put together their hitting and only two scratch singles. ASK ABOUT OUR
their speed, which they had been VA-86 won over VA-106 by a
softball action last week,the lacking in their contest against forfeit while VA-36 ran away
National League was most active, VA-44. with VA-67, 21 to 3. In Thurs- MILITARY DISCOUNT!
with a few surprising outcomes. Last of the events in the Na- day's action, VA-82 and VA-36
Dental and Weapons came together tional League for last week was had quite a battle which ended
in a slugfestwith Weapons VA-45's match with.Weapons with VA-82 on top one to npth-
winning 13 to 12. Operations bat- which the squadron took. Ing.VC4
tled the Marines this game In the American League,VA-64 was Idle late in the
finishing with Operations out in downed VC-4,12 to 2, while VA- week VA-64 downed VA-67, 14
front 8 'to 5. Meanwhil at 'B' 82, led by remarkable Jerry to 3, and VA-86 made short work
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In a preview of things to come, shut'' out. Walker allowed VA-66
VA-44 and AMD met head to
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away 3 to 1. All in all, AMD Your next
played a pretty sloppy game by
committing error after error. .L:
VA-44 made no major mistakes.It .
appeared, however, after 5
VA-44's win over AMD, that they PROMOTION
took "Pucket's Plumbers" a bit
too lightly in Wednesday's actionas L' 5
they went down in defeat 13 .
to 7 to the Dental Department._ maybe .
From the third inning Dental '
looked like a real ball club,caus-
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longer pathetic plumbers." SS S
VA-174 is rolling along now
with the Hellrazors successfully
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.,:. Jax Swim Team Interservice Volleyball TournamentFIRST Fliers Earn Split i ':,; '::

; DAY PLAY .
: Seeks Members Air Force defeated Marine Corps Itt:\ Jft, 1ft It, 1ft (U
Army defeated Navy '1ft \\1, 15 7
\, .. Air Force defeated Navy 13 15,15. 1,1ft 8
Host
.1 in Friday
Interested swimming com- Glynco
Army defeated Marine Corps 1ft 12,1ft 7
petitively? The Navy Jax Swim
Team now has openings for all SECOND DAPLAY '
t age groups for dependents andS Marine Corps defeated Navy 15 -10, 15 8
personnel. Von McClure of the Fliers the H1;\)
active duty Air Force defeated Army 1ft ((5,1ft 7 1.1.Pitcher Jax opened
S The team is sanctioned under Air Force defeated Marine Corps 15 8,1ft" 12 Softball season Friday night hurling a fine-one hitter against i Moody
( S the Florida AAU and is coached Army defeated Navy 15 ll), 1ft 8 AFB but an unearned run was enough to set the Fliers down 1-0.
: by one oft the top swimming coaches The Fliers stranded 10 men
{!: I in the area. THIRD DAY PLAY on the base paths as they were minutes later on alert base- "
t '.' At a recent meet the Navy Jax Navy defeated Marine Corps 1ft: \0, 15 11 unable to combine their base running and a pass-ball. Left
team took runner-up honors in Air Force defeated Navy 15 7,1ft 0 runners> with the six hits they fielder Doug Sibole also singled
{ the Florida AAU Indoor Cham- Army defeated Marine Corps 15 6, 1ft 0 lashed out. in the first driving in I Job Ki-
\. pionships, and has produced Air Force defeated Army 0 1ft, 15 13,15.7 In the second game of the cielinski and Ron Mcnsh>gergiv-
) swimmers of nationally ranked doubleheader the story was almost ing the Fliers an early three run .
caliber. FINAL STANDINGSAir the same except Moody lead. Hut it only lasted until the
You don't have to be a "re- Force 6-0 came out on the short end this Moody Jets finished their half
cord holder" to join, but deter- Army 4-2 time as Les Carroll hurled a of the inning as they pushed across
mination and enthusiasm are necessary Navy 1- 5 .;. :; .,: .. two-hitter giving the Fliers a four runs and held the slim lead
:, { I' 2-0 win. until Flier catcher Ken Jones
, to follow the rigorous Marines 1- 5
Team ,... ,. '" Although, the Fliers had to be rapped a triple in the fourth and .''
training program. mem- ....,... .. ..
wild
bers generally workout Monday '" """ content settling for only one hit, tied the game on a pitch.
through Saturday throughout the Intramural Tennis Schedules r a towering triple to dead The lead changed hands twice
center by right fielder Bob Ki- until McClure drove in Jones
I year. If enough new members
k can be recruited the team will Date Time .. Teams cielinski, it proved enough as and scored himself in the sixth
participate in the Jacksonville May 5 3:30 p.m. VW 4 vs NARTU Carroll was in control all the to give the Fliers the game.
t.. .\: I Area Novice League this sum- May 6 3:30 p.m. Hosp. vs VP III way. Kicielinski scored follow- Extra InningsIn
May 7 3:30 NARTU vs VP 7 ing his triple on a wild pitch
i mer.For May 12 3:30 p.m. VW 4 vs VP 16 and Ken Winkle followed across the final game of the four
further information call May 13 3:30p.m.p.m. VP-7vsVW-4 the plate two innings later after game series the Fliers found
of the following Buck, he second and third and 5-2 into
any : Capt. May 14 3:30 VP -16 vs NARTU swiped themselves trailing going
i' 385-3902; Mrs. Glaraton, 388- p.m. scored on an error by the the last of the sixth but first
.. 8727; or Mr. Burnett, 771-3316. 6 ND TOURNEY catcher. baseman Ron Mensh>Ker evened
Come out and get your feet Buy U.S. Savings Bonds it up with one mighty swat as he .
action In the tinted) More Runs Saturday
First Day
& Freedom Shares
,I wet I parked it over the lelt Held fence
( at NAS
; jf Bowling Championship' -- The Fliers were ready to score after Kicielinski tripled and Al
Pensacola. runs in their double-header Wells walked. Dan Burton kept
Saturday afternoon after the near the rally alive by drawing a walk
E> Bob's C)ak Hill TOP FIVE MEN'S TEAM 5480 drought Friday but Moody had and Pat lliggins slashed a singleto
. NAS Memphis 5453 the same idea and in the first left followed by a two-run '
CNABATRA game the Fliers edged out a single by Dave McLaughlin who
Pure Serv]ice Center NAS Sax 5422 537C 7-6 victory. scored later on a hit by Winkle.
Key West Hurler Von McClure, who suf- TIle Jets weren't about to give .
I' NCTC 534G ferred a one-hit loss Friday up as they came back! with three
:r; f' Open for your convei nience 6 a.m. ., 10 p.m. WOMEN'S TEAMS night, gained the victory on a six- runs to tie it in the seventh and
TOP THREE hitter and scored the winning run the game went into extra inningsas
rood service ,lei k-npft delivery NAS NAS Jax Memphis 4437 475G in the bottom of the sixth. Mc- the Fliers went down in.or-
Clure also added two hits to aid
:: ,. Mechanic OR duty An lericaR ft Foreign Cars CNA 4247 his own cause. der.The game: stayed notched at
'. .. INDIVIDUALSMen The Fliers leaped on hurler 8-8 until'the tenth when the Jets
TOP
r Austin from Moody in the first touched Les Carroll for two hits '
i 103rd & Jammes Road Jerry Former (Jax) 1175 inning as Ken Winkle got things and pushed across two runs and
,.! j 7719156 Jacksonville, Florida Women Mae Rioux (Jax) 1123 rolling with a single and scored the Fliers could only add one ,

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IntramuralGolf

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Special Services Is finding itself a very busy organization these A/C Maint. ##12 5-1
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Par Scramblers 3.5 3.5
CampersThe
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NAS Special Services department Fishing licenses for fresh VAP-62 2.5 3.5
has 10 Nimrod Campers water anglers are $3.00 and Hasp. ##12 13 1
which are being used every week expire June 30, but the 1969-70 VP-5 0-5 1
end. They ask that anyone desiring permit goes on sale July 1. It's National League
to reserve one do so two recommended that you purchasethe VW-4 5-1
weeks in advance--the maximum
state license which doesn't Caduceus 4-1 1
time for making reservations.Five limit you to county regulations. FAW -11 3-2
of the campers sleep six Happy hunting everyone A/C Maint. #1 3-3 1550 CASSAT AVENUE

people and five sleep four. They hope you'll make use of your FAETU 2-3 . .- .. .
are rented out at $2 per day and Special Services facilities ... Data Techs 1- 3
can be rented for a maximum of VP-16 1-3
15 days with no distance limits._ NARF 1-4 '67 CHEVROLET
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Jew Swim Team Interservice DAY PLAY Volleyball TournamentFIRST Fliers Earn Split; .> I


Seeks MembersInterested Air Force defeated Marine Corps 13: 1ft, Ifi 11, IS ((5;
Army defeated Navy 1ft \11, 15 7
Air Force defeated Navy 13 -15, 15 1,1ft 8 Host
? The in swimming Navy Tax competitively Swim- Army defeated Marine Corps 1ft 12, If 7 Glynco Friday

Team now has openings for all SECOND DAY PLAY
age groups for dependents and Marine Corps defeated Navy 1ft -10, 1ft 8
active duty personnel., Air Force defeated Army 1ft (>,15 7 Jax -- Pitcher Von McClure of the Jax Fliers opened the 10M)
The team is sanctioned under Air Force defeated Marine Corps 1ft 8,1ft -12 softball season Friday night hurling a fine-one hitter against Mtxxly
the Florida AAU and is coachedby Army defeated Navy 15'. u,15} 8 AFB but an unearned run was enough to set the Fliers down 1-0.
one of the top swimming coaches The Fliers stranded 10 men ,
in the area. THIRD DAY PLAY on the base paths as they were minutes later on alert base-
At a recent meet the Navy Jax Navy defeated Marine Corps 1ft: ;0, 15 11 unable to combine their base running and a (pass-ball. Left
team took runner-up honors in Air Force defeated Navy 15 7,15 0 runners with the six hits they fielder Doug Sibole also singledin
the Florida AAU Indoor Cham- Army defeated Marine Corps 15 0, 15 0 lashed out. the first driving in IJcb Ii-
pionships, and has produced Air Force defeated Army fl 15, 1ft 13,1ft 7 In the second game of the cielinski and Ron 1cnsh1gcr iv-
swimmers of nationally ranked doubleheader the story was almost ing the Fliers an early three run .
caliber. FINAL STANDINGSAir the same except Moody lead. But it only lasted until the
You don't have to be a "re- Force l 0-0 came out on the short end this Moody Jets finished their half
cord holder"' to join, but deter- Army 4-2 time as Les Carroll hurled a of the hnthngas they pushed across
mination and enthusiasm nec- Navy 1-5 ,. two-hitter giving the Fliers a four runs and held the slim lead
essary to follow the rigorous Marines 1-5 ,7 2-0 win. until Flier catcher Ken Jones
Team ., ,." Although, the Fliers had to be rapped a triple in the fourth and
bers training generally program.workout Monday mem- i" _-. \ ., -r.. i ty f.' rjf.. -. yIntramural content settling for only one hit, tied the game on a wild pitch.
through Saturday throughout the Tennis Schedules a towering dead The lead changed hands twice
center by right fielder Bob Ki- until McClure drove in Jones
year.be If recruited enough new the memberscan team will Date Time Teams cielinski, it proved enough as and scored himself in the sixth
participate in the JacksonvilleArea May 5 3:30 p.m. '. VW 4 vs NARTU Carroll was in control all the to give the Fliers the game.
Novice League this sum- May 6 3:30 p.m. Hosp. vs VP IG( way. Kicielinski scored follow- Extra InningsIn
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mer.For May 12 3:30 VW-4vsVP-16 and Ken Winkle followed across thc final game of the fourgame
further information call May 13 3:30 p.m. VP 7 vs VW 4 the plate two innings later after series the Fliers found
any of the following: Capt. Buck, May 14 3:30 p.m. VP 1C vs NARTU he swiped second and third and themselves trailing 5-2 going Into
385-3902; Mrs. Glaraton, 388- p.m. scored on an error by the the last of the sixth but first::;
8727; or Mr. Burnett, 7713316. 6 ND TOURNEY catcher. baseman Ron Mensinger evenedit
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Special Services Is finding itself a very busy organization these AIC Maint. #2 -5 -1-
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FishingThe NARTU 3-3
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has 10 Nimrod Campers water anglers are $3.00 and Hosp. #2 13
which are being used every week- expire June 30, but the 1969-70 VP-5 0-5
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