Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00988

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L VOL. 27 NO. 7 u. 1 NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONYILLE. FLORIDA MAY 8. 1969NavyReliefBeginsAnnualDrive

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s M f ) rf Jax .. The Jacksonville Auxi- port Its operations locally and' Naval Air Stations NAS Glynco,
;ti liary of the Navy Relief Society worldwide. Ga., and the Naval Training Center -
has launched Its annual two- Capt. Donald A. HempsonNAS Orlando: Fla.
pronged drive aimed at making supply officer, will again head the RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, Com-
Navy and Marine Corps personnel voluntary fund drive In the auxi mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,
aware of the society's liary's area -- which includes is the auxiliary's president.As .
'work and to raise funds to sup- the Jacksonville and Cecil Field in the past, the dates of
the drive coincide with the anni-

} versaries of the Navy-Marine
-- Chaplain Sheldon receives lieutenant com Corps sea and air battles of the

mander shoulder boards from Capt. H.O. Cutler as Mrs. Sheldon __4zk : Coral Sea and Midway, May -

looks on.NAS. ____ June 6.Last.
years voluntary drive
realized $25,286 and while nor-
Chaplain Former mal goal has been set for the

t .., current drive, campaignofficialshope
to go "over the top" with

100 per cent participation.In .
Promoted LCdr.
Flyer to discussing the local .auxi
liary's operations, retired Capt.
Sherman E. Wright, executive
Jax--A naval aviator who won 1955. It was while at the Post- secretary, said the majority of
the Distinguished Flying Cross graduate School that he becamea the work done in the area by the
and five Air Medals for his skillas member of the" Episcopal society Is carried out by volun-
a combat pilot in Korea and Church and began to think seriously teers
later left the cockpit for the pulpit about enter Ing; the priesthood During the past year some 110
has been promoted during I Navy Relief volunteer workers
ceremonies here. The chaplain explained his decision S ? chalked up a total of more than
to enter divinity school 20,000 hours serving as inter-
He Is Navy Chaplain George "as a deeper commitment to beliefs Mr. Ingram (I), Mr. Pavey) (c), and Adm. Stroh viewers, receptionists and
M. Sheldon,Naval Academy graduate I already had." layette workers.
holder of ,a master's degree Gratuities, or outright gifts,
f In engineering electronics, In 1959 he left active duty' as a RAdm.StrohGoodWillyRAdm. and loans to Navy and Marine
pilot, and a priest In the 'Episcopal lieutenant and ,entered the Corps personnel faced with financial -
t Church School of
Church. Divinity the
i. crises form a large pan

1 After ,nearly 23,years'of commissioned Pacific the 'seminary at Berkeley he, CaliC."Whilein maintainedhis Robert J. Stroh Com- The award was made as part of the auxiliary's operation.Dur-

to' service as a Navy officer Navy affiliation by .enteringthe mander Fleet, Air Jacksonville, of Goodwill Week activities, ing 1968 more than $90,000 was
? of the Good which observed this made available locally to person-
I he was promoted to.lieutenant was named recipient are being
Ensign Probationary (
commander by Capt..H.O. lain: Willy Award Friday. week. The theme Is, "GoodwillIs riel in gratuities and loans.
) maintaining his
program James Other officers of the auxiliary
Cutler, air station commanding The Good Willy Award Is pre- Good News. Mr. L.
: status as a commissioned of-
officer. The chaplain's wife of ficer. sented to Individuals In recogni- Ingram; president of the, Goodwill include Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS
20 years was at his side when tion of outstanding service to the board 'of directors, said, in commanding officer, who serves ;
he was 'promoted as she has Goodwill program of rehabilitation making the presentation to Adm. as executive vice-president and '
been throughout his'-varied cat Following ordination to the to handicapped persons. Stroh, "Under: ,your leadership,, Cdr. A.R. Ashworth, COMF Am-''%
reer. priesthood In I the Episcopal Adm. Stroh was presented with the handicapMd fJat"Goodwill Industries JAX, Flag Administrative Unit*
"' i "' 'Mayl963'he"Vas'pn-; S the::'award for'his ,leadership were:provided, asa: result commanding officer S .Is.. _'trea-i' ,
Academy GratJ
moted to lieutenant(Junior grade) general chairman of.Scout Good of ,the 'Good Turn Days," -surer... .' ; .. ';*
The chaplain's career began for I the second time, this time in ay- for Goodwill Indus- 160,000 ,hours of' work ex- \ :t

when he left his native state of the Navy Chaplain Corps. He tries In 1968.and 1969.. perience." \ 1'.

Washington during World WarII returned to active duty as a full ,.
to become a plebe (fresh- lieutenant In August 1964, wear- ': \
man) at the Naval Academy. He Ing the cross of a chaplain Instead NAS WAVE Among FirstWomen :

graduated with the Class of 1947.In of the star worn, by fel- I

October, three years later low line officers.He .

he stood on the parade groundsat then attended Chaplain's at CPO AcademyTheir
Naval Air Station Pensacolato
School and
was assigned to Naval,
receive his gold wings;, des- Mobile Construction Battalion The chief master at arms classes a year. These classes time In service ranges
ignating him a naval aviator.He Ten and deployed to Vietnam of the Naval Air Station WAVES places emphasis on teamwork, from 26 years to 13 years. '
first saw combat while twice .while with the Seabees. Barracks was one of 14 women whether it be In studies and re- After five weeks of 5:45 a.m.
flying propeller driven deck Sky-' Chaplain Sheldon and his family chiefs to Inaugurate the Chief creation, or In Inspections and revielle's, marching, drilling,
raiders from the of the
arrived in Jacksonville In Feb- Petty Officer's Academy In Pen field nights In the barracks. studying and inspections, Chief
aircraft carrier USS
Philippine ruary of this year. He was assigned sacola, Fla., educational With them,the fourteen WAVES Burleson can once again returnto
Sea during the Korean Conflict.He duty at the air station of NAS
as Institution. brought a total of 258 years normal routine at the
later served as an aviatorat a Protestant chaplain after a PNC Ruth Burleson took leave naval service to the Academy. WAVES Barracks.
China Lake, Calif., and flewc118 tour of duty at the U.S. Naval, from her duties at the barracks
cargo planes with atrans- Air Facility Cam Ranh Bay, here and joined thirteen other I, .
port, squadron. South Vietnam. ,' y
women chiefs for a five week <
Selected to attend the U.S. Naval The his wife ..,
champlain, Joan, refresher course In naval and ; '
Postgraduate School, he received and their two children live at military subjects.The .
his master's, degree In 2223 Astor St. In Orange Park. academy Is observing its : ;

MS2 Robertson Selected as tenth this is anniversary the first group this of year WAVESto and S

I attend the school since its iiv'-Ii ; : >

April Serviceman of MonthA establishment.The WAVE.contingent, along j j1

The letter also st sthat"Robenson with 38 chiefs, began their train-
consistantly high perfor-
Ing March 27.,.
Is a superior structural
record and
mance an outstandingmanner
mechanic and leaderhe "We were required to do !
of the as a crew
carrying out :responsibilities '
shows, Initiative and everything the male chiefs hadto
of his present assignment aggres- do," Chief Burleson explained \ 1
siveness however difficult the
won AMS2 Carl S. Ro-
bertson the April nomination as task. He Is very thorough and accurate busy., "and" we were kept pretty I'I'I i ,u
NAS' Serviceman of the Month. ,maintaining standards
of quality workmanship at all "We received training IP two 1
Robertson is assigned to the times. In addition, he has gain- phases," said Chief Burleson,
airframes branch of the Air ed efficient "One was performance and the '
a reputation as an 4L'b
Operations Maintenance Divisionof producer unequaled by his con- other academics. We covered t 4' ;t
the air station.In tempories." Robertson was also leadership ability, attention to )L
the letter of nomination, commended for readily giving detail, military justice, drill and S 4
LCdr. JoR. Beddard, AOMD officer his time to his division and the commands, oral communica- ONE OF THE FIRST-PNC Ruth Burleson is congratulated
said: "Petty Officer Robertson division's training program. tions, world affairs,naval admin- by Cdr. R.S. Whitcomb, CPO Academy officer-in-charge, at a
is highly skilled in the Called "a very special and istration and naval traditions." reception held for the graduating class.
performance of his duties. His personable Bluejacket," Robertson The WAVES attended classes,
outstanding professional know- is said to be ready, willingand personnel Inspections and par-
ledge couples with his exceptionally able to give or obtain the ticipated in all phases of the \
fine military bearing to highest quality workmanship or school. The school Is designedto I"

greatly enhance his leadership cooperation getting any assignedtask renew In chief 'petty officersa \ ... ,
abilities. Robertson constantly completed within his di- full awareness of their re .... .....- "
demonstrates his com tance-by vision. sponsibllities as leaders by instructing hats t ..
the confident manner in whichhe Robertson Is originally from them In military mat- off ..
accepts new responsibilities Big Spring, Tex., and now lives ters.Under ) j '
and the great efficiency and reliability with his wife, Evelyn, and the direction of Cdr. R. to mothPROMOTED ... )
with which he completes two sons, Paul and James. In S. Whitcomb, officer In charge
assigned tasks." Orange Park, Fla. the Academy, there are eight



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Edwards CATHOLICSt. Chapel P ,'.f r.ry! Thought for Mother's Day

SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m. d
DAILY MASS11:30 a.m. !YAd.d

SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m. Few words have ever been spoken that contain the'depth and

Confessions will be held on feeling of the word "Mother" and there Is no one more quali-
Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. fied to speak that word with the authority and emotional involve-
instead of Saturday.U. ment as an innocent child whose dependence on Mom is( incontestable -

x. May I suggest that any woman blessed with children sit
down and meditate on the word "mother". Ask yourself these
St. Luke's Chapel! questions: "What does the term 'mother' mean\ to me? to my
children? and what do I want it to mean to them?
SUNDAY MASS -8:00 a.m. No dictionary can adequately define "mother". The meaningis

PROTESTANT WORSHIP too personal and predicated on human experience. For every
SERVICES10:00 a.m. child the definition is different. It is the sum total of daily experiences -

PROTESTANTAll with mother what he sees.hears,believes and experiences.The .
evaluation that other people make of you is not nearly so important -
) Saints'
Chapel as what your children believe about you. In their honest
SET TO RECEIVE Mike Brown sits at hrs amateur radio
opinion you may be a saint of God whose love is unquestionable;
SUNDAY, setup at the NAS Jax radio club and prepares to transmit and whose sacrifices are evident: whose comfort and presence give

Church School9:00 a.m. receive messages from other radio operators throughout the security; whose example is worthy of following; whose religious(

Bldg. # 722 the country. faith is contagious; whose wisdom and understanding are exemplified -
Junior Church 10:00 a.m. in your efforts to meet their needs. On the other hand, "mother"may

Bldg. # 722 Army Navy Air Fore To Sponsor mean someone who Is selfish; who doesn't care; who doesn't
Divine Worship Service 10 have time to be bothered by her children; who gives her children
a.m. Bldg. # 750 material things but little of herself; whose very life is a mockeryof

Episcopal Communion: 8:30: Amateur Radio Operators Contest insecure religious children.faith and moral principles; whose Insecurity breeds

Chapel Bldg. #750 Surely no mother is considered perfect, or none so evil that
Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m. she is void of good qualities. She is just what her daily life represents -
Bldg. f## 722 In celebrating Armed Forces NPG, 4055, 7495, 13975.5,
her children. A little camouflage hidea
to veneer
TUESDAY Day May 17 the Army Navy 20954.5. RATT Stations, WAR
multitude of from closest friends but from
things even not
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. and Air Force will cosponsora 3347 6992.5. 14405:; NSS 4012.5,
Bldg. # 750 program for the participation 7380, 13940; AIR 3397.5 7315, your children. They see you as you really are.
Motherhood is the finest[ vocation of all womanhood and one of
WEDNESDAYNavigator's of amateur radio operators and 13995; NPG 4016.5 7347.5
the difficult but far the It
most -- by most rewarding. was never
Bible Class 7 other communicators in the U- 13922.5.
intended to be a collateral duty. It is primary. In the context of
# 722 nited States. Members of the
p.m. Bldg. ama- the home, the basic unit In society mother works quietly but effectively -
THURSDAY The is set with radio club will be in
program up teur
meeting the psychic spiritual and physical needs of her
Choir Rehearsal 4 military stations transmitting their units 17
Junior a receiving May to
children teaching them how to face life situations
; responsibly
# 750 from the Secretary of in the nation-wide ;
p.m.Bldg. message join compe
and ,
and instilling character moral fibe_ !." Without good mothersthe
Young Adult Club 7 Defense to the amateur operatorsby tition.
would crumble and the social order would
home the
Bldg. # 722 different means of communi- The Jax club with about 15 regress
:and the nation would be left In chaos.
exploitative pursuitpf man,
cation. The will be
Christian Science Service competition active members at present is
This is it Is that mothers re-evaluate their
why imperative role
8 p.m. Bldg. # 750 to correctly copy a messageby open to all active duty personnel -
CW (Morse Code) or byRATT civilians that work on the and measure,up to their gigantic responsibility.

fm---mm mmmaum wm (radioteletypewriter). base and to military ndems. "Eternal Father, give( me'the grace and, strength the love and
Transmissions by CW will be The club president Mike Brown, wisdom to live before and guide my children ., and build my home as

I Traffic I at 25 words per minute and 60 says that although most of the,, youwould: have me to do, Am n." '

words per minute by RATT. A members have their own equip '. ''';-. ;
I I certificate of merit will be Issued ment the club does have about -

to, each,participant( who makes, a. '$5.000'wonh. of equipment of its
{ Violations' l J JThe perfect copy, ', s. 'j own.', f:;t : .\ \\Ai.Servic..al's: : Mother, :,
/ :;
J r; Military>tations WAR (Army $: be'radiot. is a,hobby to' ,. .
Washington, D.C.). NSSNavy--( -all the members and the oppor- '
following report of"motor Washington D.C.),, NPG',(Navy, tunity to converse with other radio How many of us have thought of the significance of Sunday, May 11?
vehicle accidents and traffic violations San Francisco), and ,AIR. (Air buffs across the country and This Sunday is something a little more than just another Sunday. It
for the period of April 22 Is a special day -- Mother's 1969. '
Force Washington D.C.). will the world is what makes it a Day
to 29. begin transmission of the messages big attraction. But there is alsoa What can be more precious or more significant to a serviceman

Number of Accidents .. at 6 .p.m. May 17 and very beneficial factor evolving than his mother?
This week 9 continue until 6:45 a.m. EDST from the club as they are avail- A serviceman's mother raised her son from infancy watched him
Total accidents this year through May 18. Station NSS ,will be able to provide. information and tottle through boyhood, guided him through his teenage years felt
April 29, 1969 113. keyed from a Navy aircraft fly- messages In the event of emer- proud as he donned the uniform of his country and perhaps shed a
Number of accidents through A- ing between Washington D.C.'and gencies. tear as he marched",off to:fulfill his military duty.

pril 1968 112. Boston Mass., during the major Brown, who spends many hours A serviceman's mother prays for her son's safe return and the
Total number of days since last portion of the time alloted for at his audio and verbal hobby safe return of his fighting comrads. She reads his letters, telling

injury in a motor ,vehicle accident military to amateur crossband each day runs his own Military of the tragic loss of one of his buddies and comforts his lonely wife
186. contacts provided it is consistentwith Affiliate Radio System (MARS). while not revealing her own lonelyness.
Number of Violations operational and training Mike points out that "the Navy What can be more:'significant than a serviceman's mother? She
This week 89 commitments. The flight path will and Marine.Corps encourage and has paid the price from the Revolutionary War through World
Speeding .''14 be over Baltimore Philadelphia, support radio clubs on their bases wars I and II, Korea and now Vietnam. Who has given more that
Reckless Driving ., . 5 New York City ," and systems like MARS the serviceman's mother?
Going through stop sign .' ", .12. Conn. The call signs NSSAM will prove their worth In providing The serviceman's mother whose son or daughter is serving
Other violations . . 58. be utilized from the aircraft. messages to families and fighting their country In the states, aboard ship and in the air.
Fifty-one drivers appeared before Military stations will listen i men they otherwise wouldnot We servicemen and women should pay special tribute to our
,the Traffic Hearing Boardon for calls from amateurs within have received or been delayed mothers this year. Through them we should pay tribute to the thou- '
May 1. Disposition of the the appropriate 'amateur, bands. for long periods. sands of mothers who have lost their sons fighting the war of our
cases included the following:nine Contacts will consist of a brief Although Brown's station is generation. '

lost driving and parking priv- exchange of location and signal centered mainly the Sixth Na- Remember her in a special way this year. Make that bouquet of

ileges,aboard station for various report. This is a test of military- val District he is capable of flowers a special bouquet or ,that box of candy a special box of
periods; 126 were assigned to to-amateur communications and sending messages to the battle- caooy.

complete an eight-hour coursein no traffic handling or message ground in Vietnam or to the Remember her for what she has done for you. Remember her
remedial driving; six received exchange will be permitted. frozen Arctic. "It takes me about for that time she pressed your suit for that last minute date, or
suspensions; four were given Each transmission for the CW 30 hours to patch a telephoneInto slipped you a few extra dollars out of the sugar bowl to see you
warnings; seven were dismissed; or RATT receiving contests will Vietnam, but that's faster through to your text aJJwance. Remember her for buying,
15 were fined (U.S.Commissioner be ?preceded with a 10-minute than any other way of getting that special outfit for the big dance at schoo). you
); and two referred to com- CQ call to permit the participants a message to someone" Mike Remember her for more than 'that. Remember her because she

manding officers, for possible to adjust their equipment.It emphasizes. Is who she,Is. Your mom, ...
disciplinary action. Twenty-six is not necessary to copy more
drivers were assessed 76 traffic than :one station and no extra Stations similar to Mike
points., credit will be given for doing so. Brown's have'paniciPated in
Entries should be submitted"as many of the hurricanes, floods JAX A.IR
received" without attemptsto fires and other disasters most NEWS
PAOOtOrE+ 1UR I"'tNE correct possible transmissionerrors. recently handling 5,000 phone
The time frequency and calls in 24 hours from the crew
call sign of the station copiedas of the USS Enterprise after their The JAX AIR' NS Is a Civilian' Enterprise

well as the name call signif fire near Pearl Harbor. Last distributed, each Thursday at the u. s. Newspaper
Naval Air Station
( any) and address of the Individual year Mike kept flight crews from Jacksonville, Florida, by the bolt ,
submitting the entry Jacksonville informed on wea- private' f,rm., All Copy submitted' Publishing ,Company" a
ther conditions for | AX AIR
high winds
must be indicated on the as
page NEWS must be
forwarded, to the Aff."riA
containing the text. Completed and rains from hurricanes buf Public Box
entries should be sent to the feted the landing area and the 2.location NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before pub-

f Wiffi'FGMortt Armed Forces Day Contest city. Concerned aviators who News items are welcomed from all sources. Tele-
Room 5A522. The Pentagon were diverted to other naval air phone 772 31 18 or ,31 J9.

Washington D.C. 20315 and stations got first hand Informa- Advertisements" are solicited
tion on the storm and damage by the publisher and queries'
postmarked no ,later than May concerning:,such should be
,31,1969, as Brown sat,at his set throughout :

.frequencies of the stations, .: the night'' providing the requested The Holt ,Publishing Company' I95 Blinding Blvd.
.. transmitting are, as follows: CW news. ckscmville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755Pale
Stations WAR 3347 6992.5, Mike
takes his hobby seriously .
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ENOUGH '1 ENOVGw.INK I '\ N1(1Nito 14405; NSS, 3385, 7301 14400 and is gratified when he can help, HAY 7. 1969
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May 8, 1969 ,JAX /AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER!' Pae,3 I


:\ ;::1 'Marauders of VA.82'fiit: : ,.

HostDependents ::' ;:', : ;

d P"4 ,Y fa p NAS_ CECIL. April 27 The clo ehard'Iewin and one air- ..
L "Marauders" of Attack Squadron craft had' panels and engine removed -
82 conducted an'Open House"of so that the guests could
their facilities ,here and more view the "Inside" of A7. Children -
than 500' guests" attended the ere able to explore, and
event even sit In the cockpit of a
single-seat combat jet. Various
The afternoon was centered a- Into
shops provided a glimpse a
round an A7 air demonstrationby part of the squadron's missionwith
squadron pilots including high e-catching electronic
jr performance climbs ,"diamond" gear, blinking lights and video
fly-overs and simulated bombing representations of spoken sound-
t" attack on the airfield.
.. waves. .
t 63? ,? Cdr Don Thomas, C.O. of VA- '"
82, cut a "birthday cake" celebrating Children were treated with rid-
the Squad rOil's second an- es in a parachute swing across
niversary. Cdr Jack Jones, pre- the hangar deck and were each
vious C.O. then conducted a door presented a helium-filled balloon
prize drawing and AMH3 John before leaving. Mothers were
Bender was the lucky winner of not forgotten either as each received -
seven days leave. a pamphlet published by
Static displays,of the A7 Cor- the squadron describing the facilities
sair II, each with capacity wea- available to the.Navy dependent -
pon loads, were available for at NAS Cecil.
MARAUDER LIMITED..rolled on schedule for dependent children last week.

Keep Appointment In Pensacofcr' : ::1,

PENSACOLA, Apr. :3 VA- Commander E.H. Brooks division; Commander RJ. Mar- next morning, anelght-planedia- TI?
.36, the "Roadrunners",were de- Roadrunner skipper,decided that tin, C.O. of the Naval Aviation mond of diamonds flyby was can- ---rGIANT -
'ployed In the Western Pacific such a request merited more thana Schools Command,and Commander celled by Pensacola's illfamedfog
when a request from the newly mailing, and put off deliveryof W.V. Wheat of the Blue Angelsat as the Roadrunners formedup SWAP MEET
remodeled Avlaton Officer Candidate the plaque until he and seven the club. Commander Brooks three miles from the runway.
( Club here sent them, a- of his pilots could fly personallyto presented Aviation Officer Can- Disappointed, they turned their JAX. LARGEST FLEA
long with other squadrons, a request Pensacola with the plaque. didate D.L. Douglass, repre- ships homeward and got the dia- MARKETAll
,for a plaque mounting the The Roadrunners joined Rear senting all future candidates to mond out of their system by executing Under Shelter
squadron insignia to'be hung in Admiral J.P. Weiner directorof visit the bar, with the requested it above squadron hangar 20th Spaces and Edgewood
the stag bar. the ,politico-military policy plaque, 'constructed of mon- spaces for their squadronmantes.
key-pod and brass,'and indicatingthe
********** Every Sat. 9 am 6:00pmSun.
WestPac deployment.His .
y seven young pilots then In 1915, only one percent of 9 am 6:00 pm
.i found themselves running Into a the total civilian population aged PHONE
< flak of eager questions from the 18 years or more,were veterans. [, 768-7058 or 768-4793
cand idates'present as to the life Today, according to the Veterans:: 354-9119
and 'times of a fleet pilot. The Administration, one,out of five in
this age group *are veterans.


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May 8, 1969

I Bomb Group Ready for Emergency w. -

Although the Navy dominates sonnel In the Jacksonville area experts vital to the support of
I in the number of service per- there is a small group of Army Naval activities.The .
NAS Jax based.544th Or- 7
dnance Detachment,comprised of

I. I[ N A TTC 'I..;"' tile> s ..er r one clock,officer to are disposal.handle prepared and any Allninemenare eight type round enlistedmen of ordnance the- L a

By Phillis Harkins experts in disposing explosive
ordnance of any size and are
The NATTC Intramural Bowl- American and National Lea-
called on to eliminate the dan-
ing League came to a close with gues are as follows: American: of explosion from blasting
the first place honors being taken Short Circuits, Sparkies, One to 20mm rockets.
by the MAA team, captained by Wires, Tweets, Bullets. caps Under the command of 1st
SMI Art Welsh. They won a National: Gunners, Missiles, Lt. James H. Floyd the Jax
total of 33 games and had 11 Big Reds,' Ships Company, BB detachment is one of 12 assignedto { ytlSR
losses. Second place team was Stackers. the Third Army Headquarters,
AO 1 with a total of 32 games in Ft.McPherson,Ga.Their workis
won and 12 losses, captainedby Capt. R.P. Kline, Commanding mainly directed to military ordnance -
CWO "Bit" Beatty. Third Officer, officiated at the disposal and this is doneat ..

place went to the "Chiefs" with reenlistment' ceremonies of AEC Camp Blanding, just a short
27 wins and 17 losses. Charles' H. Dupraw April 29 and distance from Jacksonville.They ORDNANCE DISPLAY. Demonstrating how to use a mine
Trophies were awarded to individuals AEC George Ti Davis May 1 at SP4 R. G. Cummings and
are often called on to assist detector is SP4 D. E. Bonte as
as follows: High handicap NATTC. civil police forces and this takes SSG R. D. Doane display types of ordnance that the 544th
Chief Officer
went to Jim Farrel Petty Dupraw
game "about 25 cent of our time
with a 256? and the high handicap signed up for another four year but we're glad per to do It," com- Ordnance Detachment is called on to dispose. Standing nextto
series was taken by Johnny "hitch" which will give him a ments MSgt. Richard M. Land. Bonte is MSgt. R. M. Land, SSG J. A. Stokes SSG W. C.

Johnson who had a total of 661; total of over 21 years when Each member of detachment Walters, 1st Lt. L. H. Floyd, commanding officer, and SP4

Phillip Ott had the high game of completed. has been through 19 weeks of SP4 M. W. Fowler.
214 with Dick Munger's high series Dupraw reported aboard the specialized training at an inter-
of 561. Other trophies were station April 3, He Is presentlya service school at loolanhead,Md.
for high average, most improved student at the Aviation Elec- Their equipment includes mine
bowler and booby prize. They trician's Mate School, Class detectors, suits for handling Jax MARINESBy
went to Larry Nytz Bill Boyd' "B". He is married to the for- "hot" radiation explosives,'large .
and Lon Hubbard,. respectively. mer ,Pearl Irene DeSilva. They butyl rubber suits for chemical
.*****..*** have three boys Glen 16,Charles : Y
handling am'a cooling suit that
13 and Arthur 11 and resideIn LCpl. P.p. Edwards
The Intramural softball sea- covers the bulky rubber suit and
son opened May 1 at NATTCwith Atlatic Beach, Florida. is wetted down to keep the man
activity at Fields 2 and 3. The During his service time, Chief inside as comfortable as
Short Circuits,and Sparkles were Petty Officer Dupraw has earn- sible. Instruments for measuring The new NATTC summer bowlIng -
scheduled to play at Field 1 but ed the Good Conduct Medal and radiation content, gas masks,and MAD Marines league opened Tuesday with
the game was forfeited by the the National Defense Service Me- breathing one MAD team, "The,, Devil-
Short Circuits they failed to dal.With operational dozens of specialized apparatusand tools Second Lieutenant Wendell J., dogs", entering,in,the eight team'
show. a total of 13 years, 4 for disengaging wires from Bruce Jr., received his commissioned loop.A .

At Field 2, the game betweenthe months and ,,11 days, Chief Petty bombs and hauling them to the officer warrant last weekat. :round robin. schedule is slat-
One Wires and Tweets began Officer Thomas also reenlistedfor for detonation the Marine Aviation Detach- ed to .end about the middle of
with Cdr. William J. Tut- another four year tour. His disposal'of their dump are ment from Maj. Maurice A.Holder August and an awards banquetis
explosive prevention
wller, executive officer, tossing last reenlistment was in Pensa- equipment.The pan MAD Executive Officer.Lt. already being planned.The .
outthe traditional first soft- cola, Florida July 30, 1965., is also Bruce was meritoriously ,Devildogs finished backin
ball and )t. Chief Petty Officer Thomas detachment\ readyto promoted for his combat actions
ended with .the One conduct searches'of buildingsand the pack in the recently com-
Wires on top 24-17. has been assigned as an instructor schools for bombs and while serving with Company"B", pleted bowling league but have
Field 3 saw action betweenthe at AEA) School since handle can first engineer battalion,first Marine made a few additions the team
,Gunners and Bullets. The January of this year. He has from a any nuclear emergency or conventional resulting division In Vietnam, from ,and hope' to make.. run for the

Gunners won'65.WAESALE1. earned the.Good Conduct Medal, accident'in the Jacksonville April,1967 to'Ma'y 1968. 'championship this, time around.
National Defense Service) ,Me- weapon He served ,as a staff sergeant
f : dal Republic of Vietnam Campaign area. :during his.overseas tourhand.has' '!"rM.rl.'II.rr.cks
.Meritorious .fpr 12 '1 .
Medal,, Unitk.Commendatlon3and"the ,' : I.beef:i an, enlIsted.Marine )OY' \
Vietnam 1I ..sjhold'Goods "years.; Leading the list of promotionsthis
..to all!! MILITARY Service Medal.Originally 851 Graduates week at the Marine.Bar. -
from Jefferson, racks was 1st Lt. Nicholas L.
aNd CIVIL 'SERVICEPersonnel Texas Thomas and.his, wife, Mate Feature Eleven Marines, have .com.-.. ,Kopchinsky who .was promotedto
Pearl, are now living in the : : ,pleted school at NATTC and are his present rank.by maj. B.A.

Jacksonville area with their three in route to Join the Marine_ Air Greene,'Marine Barracks.com

fr r- fr children.r Arm... manding,officer.,
'THIS' 'WEEK'SSPECIALS! ************' At Gala FairA Aviation; Ordnance Class'851 'During ceremonies held at''the

Honorman for Class 847.at the graduated last, week with LCpl barracks the following 'person
Aviation Electrician's 'Mate W.K. James finishing as the high nel were promoted to sergeant:
School, Class "A" was a mem- gala carnival atmospherewill Marine sporting an 82 average. R.L. Burns, B.D. Feldberg, JJ.
1 I II
ber of the ,U.S.,Coast.Guard. He be the setting for the open- James will be joining a,squad- Fortuna,:L.C..Griffith. J.C. Jordan -
:63 ',CABILLAC :$" 5' is .:ANAE .Gerald L. Jones, with Ing ofthe Navy Exchange House-' ron at Beaufort S.C. 'D.E Rowley, ,,K.R. Peel
'Convertible, One Owner. an.,average of 92.72. The class wares Fair, May 14. 'D.R. Stierwalt, and R.L. Tre-
Pistol Team
Loaded. Like New graduated May 1'',with an overall Scheduled to run through May main. '
e .23,. the, fair will beheld
next to
6flUICk.5i, : average. of-79.42. The MAD pistol team came Also promoted'were SSgt.W.A.Harrisonand .
the .
retail store in the..BJdg. 3 '
,Jones a "native.of'Lorralne,' home with a first master and a Lcpl RJl. Oliver.
Rivleria. A/C P/S, P/B,'" Kansas. seems to be first in restaurant. first expert from the "2700'' '1 I At the Naval Hospital this week,
.. A/T-. R&H. wsw anything undertakes.a student Feature at the largest house- Pistol Match Sunday held at.the retired Brig. Gen. Dobbis pre-
at Holyrood High School ware fair eversponsoredby the Jacksonville police range. sented Sgt W.L. George Cpl.

68 BUICK.. . $3195. Holyrood,'Kansas, he played four Navy Exchange will ,be electric GySgt Richard_ Kinnel won :a .R.W.,Hudson and LCpI F.D. Sand-
ELECTRA225 years of football, three years of brooms, blenders, upright clean- first master with the .22 and ers their warrants to their
basketball and of ers, electric' knives, floor polishers Bob pre-
Convertible, Loaded! two years track. SSgt Partridge grabbed a sent rank. The general's visit
He captained both the football and and shampooers, sweepervacs first expert in the .45 and a second was in 'behalf of the
67.CHEVELLE.$995 basketball teams during his coffee makers, hair dry- expert in the grand aggre-
dant of the Marine Corps of
A/T, R&H. WSW _
senior year. ers, frying pans, spray steam
'66' MUSTANG :GT., $1495. irons, silver plate flatware, gate.Two new shooters have join- patients med-evaced d from Viet-

M289W.HP., R&H, A/T stainless flatware, two slice ed the team and fired Sunday for nam.
65CHEVROLET $895 toasters, tape recorders, electric their N.R.A. classification. MSgt
S/S Convertible A/T, SIt can openers and knife sharp Cliff Knutson and Robert t t tHow .
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P/S. 327", V-8, R&H.
np eners, glassware and many other Clark shot sharpshooter I and much does, a fishing trip
WSW houseware needs. marksman'respectively. cost?, Add the .cost ,of travel,
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Navy T-28 painted to recall umphs. Fifty years ago, the eyes weapons their effectivenesswould
a naval aviation first, halfa of the nation were anxiously be enormously increased.
century ago,touched down at the watching the progress of three '
air station Saturday.The huge Navy planes ,winging their This was for one attempting highly Important to build ...
trainer's fuselage was way from Long,Island,.N.Y.to- reason
painted with the route of the ward ,Plymouth. England.. This 'such large the smaller flylngboats.!: seaplanes Additionally had- .' .... .. ". '- ,' '," ,,r, .,
NC-4, the first plane to lumber record setting flight was toblazethe : ,. ,
the ,
to be shipped across ocean ;
, the Atlantic four ;
acorss years trail for,the passenger lines '
before, Charles Undburg's epi- inaugurated by the Clippers.years and planes, even when only partially -
,assembled, presented an
cial flight. later, and for a huge. networkof l.
almost impossIble' cargo prob'
The Jacksonville stop off was wartime services.

one of a series which celebratesthe The planes were giants of the lem.A. '......-......,
triumphant tour the "Nan- air. The NC type, built 50 years hastily convened ArmyNavyJoint --. ,. .. .
, .. cies" made after their first Atlantic ago and:! undertaken well before Commission went abroad to
adventure. NAS Jacksonville the Armistice, was actually big- study the situation and returned ':
was eSeciallyappropriate ger both In length and wing span recommending immediate development .4.
as a stopover, since the air- than the WW II vintage Clippers, of lighter-than-air and:! ,
field here is named John Towers Catalinas, or even the four heavier-than-air arms for use .. -
Field. motored Liberators. against the submarine menace. ........-"
At the time of the original Only one went all the way to They were also forced to report
flight, Cdr. John Towers was England, but the other two were that belief was all but unanimousthat
in command of the four Nancies within an hour of the Azores this development was beyond -
that attempted the flight. He when forced down. The "Nan- our technological capabilities. i2v
,later saw aviation grow into a cies" answered all doubts about Despite the approved Joint
powerful weapon in the Navy the possibility of flying the ocean. Committee report Rear Admiral I ;; "1' -
arsenal and attained flag rank. They settled all controversy a- D.W. Taylor, called In Com nI= .
The air station named its field bout the physical possibility of mander G.C. Westervelt, one of .w ,. ...
John Towers Field during Its build such large ships sue the members of the commission :uQ f < "
"20th anniversary celebration In cessfully. and a naval constructortogetherwith )10 lit. '.,;:.'; .
1960. The planes were orfglnally Commander J.C. Hunsaker, .laG ,
On hand for Saturday's cere- built for war purposes. They head of the Aeronautical Divi- "- tsv Ii <' '
monies were, Cdr. George F. were combat planes, specifically sion of the Bureau of 'Construction bru( f. :nAT
Hany, NARTU executive officer,' designed to fly the ocean. After and Repair. ".
"Miss Jacksonville",Miss Marti American entry Into World WarI HOME At Rockway Naval Air Station, on Long Island,
Veatch, John R. Mackroth, of the Navy and Army had beenIn (Continued Next Week) before the historic flight mechanics worked on the NC-4
. the Jacksonville Chamber of close touch with our Allies,
Commerce, and Homer H. Hum seeking advice on the best pos-
phries, city councilman. sible air program with which to
't w Two veteran Navy fliers, from further the war against the Cen-
the Office of Information In Washington tral Powers.,
.'f D.C., flew the trainer. At that time, submarines were '
They were Capt. George Watkins an ever-Increasing menace. A
t. and Capt. Tom Williamson. beginning had been made in using
Capt. WatkIns wore 1919 aviators small seaplanes to combat the Kids
clothing and Capt. Williamsonwore submarines from a series of .
jet-age gear, showing the bases, (in England and France.
changes made over the years. Other ,bases were to be opened
(Editor's Note: This article later in Italy. 'Meet llonald McDonald
i begins a series of articles telling' These: small planes were restricted
the story of the aircraft and men to a radius of a hun
.: who flew the Atlantic for thet t' dred miles, since their fuel capacity -
: first time.) was,, very limited. Their
Y : J- :: size also meant that they could McDonald's *
WASHINGTON -- This month carry only a few small depth
i> aviation celebrates the anniversary charges. Obviously, if'they could

of one of its greatest tri- cai"ry'' larger loads, of fuel rand ":Normandy, Jllvd.* SATURDAY: : < ;''! ,!,' '' 2:00 til* '.,,'

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PRESENTATION Capt. Tom Williamson (I) and Capt.
George Watkins ((2nd, I) presented a lithograph of the NC-4 to
Jacksonville representive John Mackroth (rHarti) Veatch,
"Miss Jacksonville", looks on.


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I'T ', Club Schedule's' >"c' J1Good Idea ? Could Mean, '$ I

What could the average mil- protection of property, safety, of the suggestor and which are
Officer's Club CPO, Club itary man or woman do with working conditions or morale of no benefit to other personnelare
$1,601,265? A lot. That's how combine operations, materials, not considered suggestions.
,Phil Cay and the Chantels will The Bud Clark Combo will be much money was' paid to military methods, records, reports and Inventions' developments of
be on stage Thursday night at On stage Friday night and Satur- people for beneficial sug- forms; eliminate unnecessarywork new and useful processes,
the club and Johnny Jelinke will day night Tommy Brooks Quartet. gestions adopted In 1968. duplication, breakage, machines, manufacture or composition -
provide the dance, music Satur- Menu specials include prime rib Of 241,090 suggestions sub- waste, fire and, safety hazards;' of matter or any new and
day night. roast, Sunday; fried chicken, mitted, 37,995 were actually a- devise new tools,equipment,machines useful improvement which is or
Sunday is Mother's Day, and a, Tuesday;,rib eye steak Wednes- dopted and put Into.effect. Three and new applications of old may be patentable under the patent -
special "brunch on the porch"Is day; pizzas, Thursday, seafood quarters of those suggestionswere Ideas, save manpower, ma- laws of the' United States.
planned from 10 to 11:30a.m., platter, Friday and Saturday submitted ,by enlisted,people terials, time and space and reduce Scientific ,achievements are
followed by a Mother's Day Buf- sirloin steak In pay grade E-6 and below. cost of materials and ser- acts, deeds or accomplishmentswhich
fet from noon until 3 p.m., and Public Law 89-198, which authorized vices. establishes a scientific or
dinner from 5 to 8 p.m.. Re- Fleet Reserve the payment of 'cash The proposal must present a technological basis for subse-
servations are suggested for awards to military personnel for specific area for improvement quent technical improvements of
those planning on attending., The Fleet Reserve Associa- constructive contributions went and workable solution. Suggestions military or other national signi
tion is now under new manage- Into effect Sept 22, 1965. Since that merely call attention ficance.
Club ment., Dave Davison now holds that time an average of $32 mil- to the need for routine mainten- Detailed information as to amounts -
.Acey Docejr the position? and has invitedall lion has been saved annually and ance and repair, such as paint- paid for, accepted ideas,
The Tune' Twisters will 'provide FRA members to drop in to $1,800,000 paid In cash awards, ing walls, replacing light bulbs, and procedures for submitting
the music for dancing tomorrow meet him.Tpnight. annually.All ordering supplies, purchasing suggestion can be found in ,Sec-
night and comedian Tom ; ,Is ladies night at the personnel on active duty materials and those which relate Nav Instruction 1650.24A dated
Garey will be a special feature FRA, and happy hour prices are with the Navy Marine Corps and only to the personal convenience Sept. 10, 1968. '
attraction. offered on all drinks for the Coast Guard, when it is operat- :
Phil Cook and the Chessmenare ladies. ing under the Department of the

scheduled for Saturday night. Cliff Lord and the Drifters will Navy, are eligible to participatein I News .4.4a | I
Sunday a,Mother's Day special is be on stage tomorrow night. A the program and to receive Squadron ::- ::
planned, with dinners at half price square dance is planned for consideration for awards for ,
for mothers. Sunday evening, Saturday night, and the caller will their suggestions, inventions and
TheThr und ,wUlbe on stage be Ellword Sexton. The Good- scientific'achi vements. VP-45 Letter'of Commendation special ceremony from Capt.
and vocaifey Evllyn Mie Is a timers with Jim Mann will be the A suggestion'Is a proposal to D.H. Herlong, commander Fleet .
specialfeatftfttPattractlon. music makers Sunday night.Terrell's. Improve the services. to the fleet Jax basedsquadronVP-45now Air Wing 11. Capt. Herlong,
quality of products, procedures, deployed to the Western Pacificat along with Cdr. C.I. Stratmann
........ ::: :::::":::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::: :=;:::: : tools, machines and equipment, Sangley Point, R.Pand: 0- commanding;of fleer of VP-7,also

; :1 Tapio, Thailand, has receiveda reviewed the assembled squadron -
nJuanCillas letter of commendation from in the 'new VP Complex.
cTA1 RAdm. W.T. Rapp, commander Presented awards were: ADR1
% Patrol Force Seventh Fleet. '''M.M. Stone, nine,strike flight a-
xf n The letter, addressed to 'Cdr wards for the 14th through the
) I W.H. Saunders, commanding officer 22nd Air Medal;AMS3 D.L.Hughes -
i TavernPOOL of the Red Darters.praises Air Medal; Lt. D.T.Twomey,
the tremendous maintenance effort CWO2 BJ. 'Howard, AXC H.S.
San Juan at Niblick ;; handled by VP-45 since deploying Johnson, and AOC S.L. Pitzer,
Phone 384'-4406 : ::::' 'i ak a to West Pac in December all received the Navy Achieve-
: TABLES ::: r F 1968. ment Medal.,
s SANDWICHES/ ::::: I t Adm. Rapp states that, ,since After presenting the awards',
e 1. 2, & 3 Bedrooms
Garden Type Apartmentswith PIZZA ti their arrival in West,Pac7they Commodore*Herlong chose the
Country Club { BOWLING i;; : .Se1 have maintained aircraft avail. occasion to announce the detailsof
Atmosphere BEER : ability far in excess of the'standards VP-7's transition to the P-3
Kitchens equipped with'G-E set by the Chief, of.NavaU. Orion aircraft., Complete transition -
Ranges & Refrigerators : TERRELL CANNON l Operations under the varying and'I will require many months,
Individual Air Conditioning w adverse conditions 'of split-: as most .training will occur in
i and Heating by G-E Owner 'r: ;squadron operations. The letter Patuxent River, Md. ,
t .Drapes to furnishesWall Wall Carpeting and I 4527 120th S .-YU QN $, : ; points out that "noteworthy The squadron has been home-

Large Swimming Pool 'i ,Phone: 388-9660 $:: Is the performance of your maintenance ported in Jacksonville since 1961
*, personnel, .at :;U-Tapao, and has flown. the-SP-2H Neptune
VSmtmtttmWV=:::..:::: ::::=:::::: =:: : -: :::-:::::.:::::=:::::::::::::::::i Thailand,-' where operational aircraft,' a long range,* land-<

commitments' TecfuIre'T( ''mini 'based.: !,antisubmarine aircraft. .'C' .;
h mum of two:.Alpha aircraft each
: ,VP-5. .... Aircrewmen
day to be provided from a..three'*-
1A6e g7'BY aircraft ,detachmen;.'. This! ;-:je-. 'Four:VP-5..men received their
quirement has been achived despite aircrewman:wings during ceremonies -
the most .austere oond-!-' ." ,heldat.: the "Mad Foxes"
BELLAIR'HOME, ., BUILDERS' ,. I INC tions." ,, Hangar May 2.
: .:::, ... I ,, : BULLS-EYE Your AFPS Adm. Rapp adds that the ac* Those: 'receiving[ wings were '
."1' staff hit the target deadcenterthis hievement"is commendable and* .awarded, topflight crew memberswho
week" with their pin-up;; selection has been possible only through :: ,meet: specific proficiency re-
of Raquel Welch. Here the' outstanding effort and per- 'quirements in advanced patrol
she appears in, one of her cos-. forman of' all the men t iri. .VP-, : plane techniques and operations.Each .
tames from her latest picture 45. : '
VP-5 man to earn the award
.t "100 Rifles" produced bj 20th Six 'navymen: from Patrol has a primary and a secondary
Century Fox Studios. Squadron' 7 'received' awards in position .-in the P3A Aircraft.
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JaxSixty-three civilian em- Daughtrey, Pearl T. Stone, Mary
ployees have been promoted In R. Rice, Vivian Y. Gibson, WI1- n 1a\1 OpeningsAnnounced
accordance with the station's merit helmina B. Butler. Evelyn S. :

promotion policy.Twentythree Judy, Ella B. Matteson, Mar-
promotions went garet F. Pelllcer and Loretto D.
to Naval Air Rework Facility Whitson, clinical nurses, GS-7.
(NARF) ana hospital employees.
Five promotions went to public Other Promotions Jax -- Merit promotion opportunities -
works people, four to supply Public Works personnel pro- currently open for re-
and one each to the Navy Re- moted Included William H.Payne, I v cupt of applications are listed
cruiting Station, civilian man- general foreman (electrician); below. The area of consideration -
power management, ordnancetest James D. Harrison, superintendent Y and the closing date of each
unit, surplus sales office, (maintenance); Napoleon are shown.
comptroller, administration, Mitchell, truck driver (heavy); MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade
data processing and security. Willard Lee Wells, mason (brick levels GS-4 and below MPB No.
and stone) and Julian G. Davis, 79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled
NARF foreman (leadingman) elec- positions pay level seven and below -
NARF employees promoted, trician. and MPB No. 83-67 Plan B -,
and their new positions, include: Supply department personnel all skilled positions pay level
John E. Doering and Joe A.'Robinson promoted were IJ. Harper, seven and above. Area of con-
industrial engineering Charles B. Beeson, Donald L. sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU..
technician, GS-9; Lettie C. Livernois and Robert Leestock COMFAIRJAX: FAETULANT.

Brown, travel clerk (typing) SERVICE AWARDS Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS CO Naval Hospital, Navy Com-
men.Other presents
GS-4; Johnny E. Tucker, fore- promotions went to Be- length of Service Awards to Otto H. Bottln missary Stores, Navy Recruiting
man (leadingman) machinist;Felix verly M. Suggs, Navy recruiting (c) 10 years Station, Disease Vector Con-
L. Danforth, general fore- Station, military personnel clerk Federal Service and ,Arthur p. Grubbs, for IS years of service trol Center and Resident Storage ,
man (A/C metalsmith);Gerald D. (typing) GS-4; Wilma L. Cos- Both men, attached to security, received their awards dur Office, Jacksonville. ,Appli-
Barton, supervisor, mechanical tantino, civilian manpower management ing April 24 ceremonies.Civilians ,cations for these positons will
engineering technician, GS-10; clerk (typing GS-6; be accepted at any time, A separate -
Roy 1. Evans, production dispat Phyllis J. Irwin, naval ordnancetest application must'be filed '
cherGeorge; M. Albrecht, fore- unit,secretary(typing)GS-6; Answer Call for each position in which in- :
man (l&4ingman) electronics GS-5; Dale L. Johnson, defense terested.
mechanjp (A/C systems); Robert surplus sales office, clerk- MPB No. 5-69 Industrial Engineer -
W. Thompson and Edwin Davis, typist, GS-4; Barbara P. King, For Blood ,DonationsJax GS-5, 7, 9 ,and 11. Area
Supervisor, industrial engineering comptroller, clerk--typist, GS4 of consideration:Nationwide. Ap-

technician, GS-12. ; Margie W. Bignon, adminis- -- One hundred and thir- V. Lewis, C. C.Blakeney, R. L. plications for this position will
Also, Harry M. Bailey, fore- tration, clerk, GS-5; Orbie Ruis, teen civil service employees recently Kronholm, J. E. Spinks, B. L. be accepted until the needs of the
man (leadingman) electronics data processing,digital computer answered a call for volunteer Allen, M. M. Mowbray D. W. service are met.
mechanic (A/C systems); Albert systems operator GS-4; and Hubert blood donors to the Navy- Brown, J. Campbell, C. P.' Reu- MPB No. 49-49 Supervisory
E. Barnes, William T. Wilson, E. Thomas, security, fire- Civil Service Blood Account. ter and D. D. Lucas. Management Analyst, GS-12.
Willis B. Shaplelgh, George L. fighter (general) GS-4. ighty-eight civilians from She Area of consideration: NAS,
Patterson, Wallace Miller, PaulH. Naval Air Rework Facility, 13 Public Works NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,

'McConihayJr., James Clark I I NASA MEETING [( Public Works people and 12 from Donors from the Public Works FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, .
Clarence C. Allen Jr., aircraft various departments onbase don- Department were: W. E. Bro Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
electrician; Mack D.Morgan,ant ated blood to the joint account. thers, D. McIntyre, D. W. Good- Recruiting Station, Disease Vector .
James B. Heaton,mechanical engineering Jax -- The annual meeting and win. W. C. HOlllngswonh,'Jr., Control Center and Resident -
technician.GS-7;Jam- election of officers of the Jacksonville NARFEmployees T. L. Tyson, H. R. Bolduc, L. Storage Office, Jackson-
es .W. Creecy and James W. Naval Air Station Association of the rework facility Boree, P.R. Olivier,H.A.,Dence ville. Applications for this position -
Hendricks, industrial engineering will be held tomorrow who donated were:. C. E. L. E. Hayes Jr., H.W... Matthews, will be accepted through'the
technician, GS-11. night at 7 p.m. in King Hall. Netherland, L. A., Lyons, H. W. G. S. Edwards Jr. and J. Phil- close of business Monday.
The main.speakerwillbe Wilkins, W. W. Cross, M. Hal- MPB No. 52-69 Production
Hospital er Williams, Jacksonville City costock J. A. Waldrop, D. M. lips.The other civilian employeeswho Controller (Electronics), GS-9.
Hospital personnel promotedwere Councilman, whowlll speak on Aldridge, C. W.Waller.C. Mc-, donated to the blood account Area of consideration: NAS,
Minnie R.Vallerchamp',supervisor the subject, "Relationships be- Million, W. F. Spears M. were S. D. Rye, L. A. Schmehl NARF,, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, '
clerk-dictating, machine ,. the tween the Naval ,Air Station and D. Blake, J. H. Dias,W. J.Rob- and C. R. McGee, Supply De F FAETULANT Naval Hospital, .
I transcriberGS-5;FrancesB. ,ment.Jacksonville" City. Govern-* Inson, H. 'J. Burney, AR.:: .'Thomas -:' partment, B. M. Kicklighter, Navy Commissary Stores, Navy l
Williams, supervfsory;clerk, T. L. Wynne,F. A. Bennie ** L. i L. Shearer and M. M. Lock-"! Recruiting Station, Disease'Vector ;
GS-6 and Verlon ;'J. Owens, Preceding the meeting/NASA Jr., L. J. Vogel HI, Jf.H. Lee, wood, Navy Finance 'Officer; K.1 Control Ceter and Resident ,
Melba A. Jenkins, Mary L. Wall, members have-been invited to attend J. C. Peebles, C. M. Johnson,; Story, W, D. Scott and W. C. Storage Office, Jacksonville. I
d Allie O. Tanzler, Hazel S. Thomas ian association dinner at.the J. A; Stafford," M.. C. Johnston, Ward, Security; J. I. Bellingerand Applicants for this position t
t Madelyn S. Thompson, Candlelight Restaurant beginn- J. R. Moore, F., R. Gardner, H. Owen Russell;;Civilian Per will be"aceeptedthroughthe close I
Louise L. Chappel, Nellie B. ing at 5' p.m.Reservations. F. Thornton Jr., E. S. Ballou, sonnel and P. F. McLeaiufrom of business Tuesday. ;
Maranville,HelenOrinin,Sara F. must bemadeth- R. E, Hyatt, A. A. Bowles,. A. FAETULANT. MPB No. 55-69 Supervisory I
Goettllcher, Katherine T. Fer- the Milton Edd- M. Sirkel, I. V. Hendleman, W. Accounts Maintenance Clerk,
rough ,
rell Anita D. Grant, Mildred O. ings, at Ext.secretary 2504. Waddell Jr.,C.Davis,C.E. FloydM. For college, marriage, or that GS-5. Area of consideration: ,
E. Montgomery,W.D. McKin- down payment on a home NAS, NARF NARTUCOMFAIR-i
sey, J. 'a..Wiggins, B. M.Benne- Buy U. S. Savings Bonds. JAX, FAETULANT Naval Hospital i
field C. S. Reed, P. R. Goble :. ',. .. ,.*Nayy Commissary Stores, i
PHONE H. M. Palmer, L. R. Waldropand Navy Recruiting Station, Disease :
The ALL 384.1317 H. L. Young. Vector Control Center, Resident
NEW Also, D. L. Yates, E.L. Man- The Maine shoreline winds Storage Office Jacksonville.Ap-
ning, F.L. McAdams,W.Marchu, 3,478 miles: yet by'straight line plications'for this position will be'
J. L. O'Toole, C. W.Richardson, it spans only 228. accepted through the close of
J. F. Teske, C. J. Perry, C. L. business Mondav.
Thomas, L. C. Chester, W. A.
SadowskI, C. L. Dixon. M. L.'
Holder, H. G. Rhodes,P. E.Martin -
S. M. Townsend,J. A. Johnston ..
\ R. F. Nichols, E. T. > e
Austin, J. W. Mead, L. A. Chil-,
dree, F. Schum, W. H. North,
& Lobster J. Fowler, R. E. Wilson, H. P,
Sheppell, R. D. Swaney, E. T.
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Collier, C. B. Pitney, ,J. A.
MODERN SOUNDS of Kelley, E; F. Bradshaw, J. E.
Edwards Jr., L. Jennings, J. E. '
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MON. thru THURS. $1 66 VW SEDAN. $1,000
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MONDAY thru THURSDAY TOM ADJC. USN.CHEEK Ret.) Like New! years service at Public Works.

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Man Selected to :: Best Bugs for Morn! :

Fill GS.-14. Position .. ..

Jax -- A part time Navy com rework facility in March 1956 as .
mander.and full time civllianhas an aeronautical poWer plant en- iclicoEMITMENT ,..
recently been selected for por- gineer. In 1961 tie transferred 4 .
motion as quality assurance superintendent into quality assurance where he .
GS-14 at the Naval headed the quality coordination f .
Air Rework Facility here. office assisting in planning and STOtIrArIRST .
Word of the promotion for implementing concepts for a total MIST IN DISCOUNTINGI .
Louis J. Barilla from the .
came quality control operation. .MIST IN vAlUtl .
office of NARF's Commanding
Officer Capt. "C.T. Faulders Before his promotion, Barillawas
Barilla began working at the quality analysis division su- FAMOUS NAME : .
perintendent. In his new position, .
he will heacLthe overall quality .
I assurance effort at NARF and

will supervise 120 persons. APPLIANCE GIFTS !

Barilla an inactive com-

mander, serves With NARTU's ..
"Weekend Warriors" as execu- .
tive officer of Naval Air Systems .
Command Reserve Unit Fl.
Hailing from New Castle, Pa., lady Clairol :.
Barilla received his Bachelor of
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and holds a Master of Engineering .1 1 1S CURLER ,allsv3 !.
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..8'.of\. ot Florida. I x 3 Professional type

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quality and reliability. In Mom I .
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quality assurance superintendent prevention rather than Sunbeam Presto
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NATO Exercise DrawsGerman


,, Admiral, Others

ABOARD USS SHANGRI-LA, the.ship and its air wing.
April 24 ... Vice'Admiral-Gert .On.the'second day of His.visita'
Jeschonnek Chief-of:Staff of the helicopter, took the admiral to
Federal German Navy,, visited the. USS LITTLE ROCK(CLG4)for ) I II
the Shang today for an at-sea lunch with Vice Admiral DavidC. .
attack carrier orientation. Richardson, Commander,U.S. I i
_. :Accompanying the admiral Sixth, Fleet. : LITTLE: ROCK, a ir
were: Bunderstag (Parliament) guided missile cruiser, is
Deputies Lothat ,Hasse and Carl operating with SHANGRI-LA: during 1(
Damm, and'Karl-Hienz Haumann "Dawn-Patrol. Mw
of the German Defense Budget The "'U.S. and her Navy are I
Finance Ministry. Captain Ro- not unfamiliar to:; Admiral Jes?!
bert D. Wood, the U.S. Naval .chonnek. He attended the. Naval ..
Attache, in Bonn, escorted the War College atrNewport, Rhode '
group. Island In 1956. Of his four child .. ., '
Arriving aboard by CIA"Tra ren, hi two daughters are .
der," while the,ship was participating married to .U.S..citizens and are I'' ,-.., "
in operation "Dawn Patrol living in the United States.
," a five-nation NATO air- After returning ,briefly to
sea exercise the admiral observed SHANGRI-LA Admiral Jes- \
air operations and received chonnek and his party returnedto "',,. ."','
briefings to acquaint him with Germany. "

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I Roadrunner Announced BRIDGE BRIEFING..Is given close attention by Vice Admiral

Rtfadrunner Of The Month for bearing and dress and attitude.. Gert Jeschonnek, Chief of Staff of the Federal German Navy I
ApflieiS to' May 1 Is AE1 O.M. Turner enlisted in the Navy in aboard the USS SHANGRI-LA while the ship and CVW-8 .par-
Turber, chosen for his performing June 1958 In Birmingham, Ala. ticipated in recent 'Dawn Patrol' exercises. :
of duties, knowledge the With the Roadrunners he con-
Navy, military courtesy and tributed highly to thelrwlnnlngof ments and three good conduct awards 'SUNLINER'. NAMED
the AIRLANT Battle Efficiency while aboard USS JOHN F. At t a c k Squadron 81 '
"E"while in Southeast Asia a- KENNEDY halfway across the mustered 'at quarters on elevator;.
board the USS INTREPID (CVS- CECil Atlantic Ocean. Those receivingthe two of USS JOHN F. KENNEDY ,
11)), according to a squadron. good conduct medal were (CVA-67)) on April 11. k to present -
Turner is the son of the tor- James E. Beasley ADJ2; JohnW. : Its Sailor of the month a-
mer Mrs. Roland Turner of 903 Andrew ATC and ThomasH. ward to Aviation Boatswain Mate
8th St., Attalla, Alabama. He Is Driscoll, ATI. Second Cass Jimmy L. Hendrixfor
married to the former Miss Yo- Those men who received advancements the valuable contributions he'"'
landa Julius of Corpus Christ!, ,and their new rates made to the Squadron's move.
Texas. They are now residingat were: Charles W. Bollingham; from Cecil to USS JOHN F. .-
2435 Lane Ave. South, Jack- AMH3; Darrel.E. Byard AE2; KENNEDY last month. He acts .
sonville Fla. Richard A. Davis, A03; Mark A. as:- the Squadron MAA Damage
The Roadrunners are pleasedto Foellinger AE2:;Kefth L.'Go d- Control Petty Officer, and Senior m..
be able to recognize men win, AWF3; James M. Howard Petty Officer in the First,, Lieu-
g b 4 F such as AE1 O.M. Turner as a A02; Thomas I. Koshonski tenant Division. :
member of the team AMH3; Stephen L. Lowe A03; The award was presented by
.._ _.. .. -- --- .. YN2' Cdr L.M. R
r & Phillip J. Mathis, ; Ralph Westphal,Commanding
R. Morley A03; Gerald J. Officer of the "Sunliners", and ,
VA .81 AWARDS Richardso;AMH2; Raymond C. consisted 'of a letter of commendation '".
MONEY Cash Months NAS CECIL. Word has arrived Ross AMH2,'aoo George N..Scuff ,. a. certificate, and a.
ins, AE2.aircraft 25 dollar< Savings Bond. .
You Get Paymen .,to Pay' that VA-81 had 13 advance8adgers ;
: l
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IN 1DAY 1 t '- < 7Y

2 84.3J'9.27 H.OD24 s.oo' :'24 zt: Badger shangw'; CVW8ABOARD 1

rr $25 to $600ARRANGED
320.79 19.00. 24 THE USS SHANGRILA ; escorted by F-8 Cru-' and COLUMBUS, 'U.S. ''destroyers '
April 25 Soviet ships saders from the carrier's air and the Italian cruiser IM-
427.S1.2S.00. '; 24' and Egyptian aircraft today con- wing, flying through the ship's PAVIDO, continued acrossthe. ;;
ducted surveillance of this car- landing pattern. Ionian Sea, today 'Dadgers' a- I.
500.S 1 29.00 24 rier task group and were wit- As the twin-engine,.:. jet-po- gain flew out. to take a, Ippk.r'.
600.00 34.39 24 nessed by a visiting U.S.Admiral wered "Badgers" circled the price again they were Intercepted -,
r' t BY PHONE Payments tn'Tude and the chief of the Federal. German ship at low altitude, 'a Soviet by sha ri-LA fightr r
t( interest. Navy; guided missile destroyer sha ers from Carrier Air Wing Eight. "
t t't tt Admiral Horacio Riverb dowed.the: NATO force. The Rus- The carrier was conducting flight
tt t t NATO Commander-m-Chfef of sian ship has been following operations when the fighter-es
t DiAL Southern Forces Europe and SHANGRI-LA, and other ships corted reconnaissance planes entered -,.f
FiMict c..,.., Vice Admiral Gen Jeschonnek of her' ''task 'gf up for several the landing pattern and:.'
Chief 'of-.Staff of the Federal days as the' NATO ships continued made several trips around it. -
t German Navy landed aboard the "Dawn Patrol" 'a, major Meanwhile 'Soviet ships continued '
: I 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 2341 "Shar T as she participated in operation exercising ships, aircraft to stay near, the U.S.ror c.
;, 241WEST FORSYTH ST. "Exercise 'Dawn Patrol"; 'and! and landing forces from as it maneuvered in and out of:>
I 5256; BEACH BLVD. VIAL 359 356 ." 0735 saw not only the assemblage of five. NATO countries. the wind to launch\ and recovers. :
i DIAL 2895 NATO warships.,buttwo Soviet- :As ;the'Sh ng. accompaniedby aircraft. $

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May'8, _1969_ JAX AIR,NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pago. 11 ":

: '' M.Gvi.es! ; CECIL FIELD: "PLAY DIRTY ,, ,
", .',I,
starring Michael Caine and Nigel
Davenport. Colro War Drama.
A&M/VG ((116 mins.)
Movies will be. shown nightlyat FRIDAY May 9

the ,,NAS' Theater at 7:30 p.m. NAS: "SINFUL DAVEY"starring
There Will also be 'a kiddie matinee -
at 2 p.m. Saturday and, a Hurt and Pamela Franklin. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company 1950 Blending Blvd Jacksonville.'
feature 2 Color Adventure Comedy. Florida' 32210, to arrive' not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
regular at Sun- '
day and holidays. p.m.. A&M/G 95 mins.) .Ads arriving' too l late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
HOSPITAL "WRECKING publisher" .instructed otherwise. A check order
: or money for the full cost of the ad must
The 11osp1tal'Tlter will have CREW" be received ,WITH the copy for the ad.
one nightly.: feature at. 1 p.ni.
Cecil shows Field during will the have week two, nightly EN MEN" starring Rossana Po- e Met Seal C.h
at 5:30
desta. Color Action Drama. '
and 8 Matinees will be.

shown on p.m., weekends at 2 and' G/VG ((99 mins.) Rita; MMrnn. chart* ((3 thm). e . a a .' ., .$2."

5 p.m'. Saturday Matinee .

Audience Ratings;':M-Matured A-Adults;: G-General Youths; S- NAS' MARCO, THE MAGNIFICANT" Per lUHItari, tat( ((4 nerds ptr !Ilse( ). e a a e 1.50 _
Superior; E-Excellent:; VG-Very ... i
Chapter 15. ((100 mins.)
Good; G-Good; F-Falr; CNA .
Class Not Available. SATURDAY May 10 ,

ring Sean Connery. Color: 007 'Houses & Apts.. Equity VA .& Window units & central units, Sleeps 6. 7000 Mi. 2642281.
Drama. A&M/E (108'mins.) 'FHA resales.: $100 down.. Call serviced & repaired., Tylers
NAS:."WRECKING CREW"starring HOSPITAL:, "SINFUL DAVEY" Powell or Mills USN, Ret. 264- Heating & Air Conditioning 4711

Dean Martin and Elke Som- CECIL FIELD: "GREAT CATH- 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388- STEREO -' CONSOLE COMBO

mer. Color' Spy Melodrama. ERINE"A tary-Free Notary, 5161. SOLID STATE Stereo and!Radio-

A&M/E ((104 mins.) summary of'fishing rules 4 speed fully automatic Intermix ,.-
AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD stereo changer with
and regulations be obtainedat
may needles
INE" starring Peter O'Tooleand
& West Coast. 353-3691. off and dual sapphire
the.office of all County Judgesor female pups black & silver. $80
Zero Maste. Color Comed'y.GVG .
ofi SGBor'
old. balance
their authorized license each, terms. Phone '771-7796. months Pay
((99 mins.) agents. PARTTIMEMan "' $9 per month. Phone 35&q

1963 STUDEBAKER STATION to help me in my work 1946 night or day ask for Credit

Wagon $350.00. V8, 4 DR. A/C evenings. Clean interesting work. Manager. Will deliver, without
Radio A.T. For obligation.: A-1 MUSIC CENTER
Cleans runs well. appointment call 3889252.
3880386.. 1606 Main Street.WILMAR .

2 Khaki 1 white both '2 Tired of looking at tiny lake-
:Near NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
lots for giant prices? Now see
New condition Coat:40,Trs.34.
Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
J. Bower P.O. Box 43, Mayport 2 1/2 acres of pecan grove on
32267. lovely Santa Fe Lake for only Apts. Newly painted 2 Br., LR,
$8500. 'Near U. of Fla., ideal Kit Furn. Nook 2 Car parking

THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY A CAR! FOR SALE 63 'CORV AIR retirement. Terms. Call 387- Water Sewage & Garbage includ.

...WITH THE BEST GUARANTEE_ ANYWHERE!, Monza, automatic transmission 7379 after 6 p.m.BRAND. Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
387-2541. nites or weekends call
R&H New Tires low milageV 3890744.
100% GUARANTEEWe $390.00.Ext. 8306. NEW
1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma-

gave them the VW 16'. point Safety and Performance In. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC chine, Left in Layaway, Balance A "SPO FOR YOU
apertlon. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everythingthat JOCKEY? Dial 356-8351 for in- $34.50' Cash or $6 Mo. To selected, highly capable Officers -
needed it. And guaranteed them 1007, for the repair or formation. 6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-5028. and Senior Petty Officers,
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000
mile. Come on In, and double, check. Delivery with no obligation. leaving the service, a leading
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK nationwide firm offers a positionwith
TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE an income that need never
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean '- WELDING!
modern trailers & Apts. 389- No job too large or small.Trailers stop climbing. A job you'll like .
69 VW Fastback $2395Radio 3007. in a choice'of locations.Company
ornamental iron work, fuel .
heater; 'automatic 1 transmission. oily stands, -Westside Custom sponsored orientation"to speed
..... ... 'your'"tranSition.. Writeto P.O.
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""J! ;'t;: ,: Welding Corner Lane & Lenox.
67 PONTIAC>Firebird .. ':-$ 1995 FURNITURE" FOR"SALE" :: 781-9482. Box 13177. Orlando Fla. 32809 '

2-door hardtop. 3 speed, V-8'radio,'heater, blue. rooms" ,' Ann: Eastern Area Manager..
5 ,
complete plus garage : ''i I ,
67 VW Dlx. Stan, Wag. $1995 sale (Lawn Furn., mower, etc.) IN CLAY COUNTY : t

,Radio ds heater Oreen & White. 919 Granville Rd. Nr. Normandy 2 ,& 3 acre Ranchettes, paved GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS "

\( 67 VW Karman Ghla $1795Co'upe & Lane. and graded road frontage $ 450 A.K.C. Reg. F-$75.00. M -

per lot ,& up terms. Off. Ph. $100.00. 264-2724.,
/ radio, heater, white side'wall tires, blue. _
282-5272 Home 2825224.WE .
'67 MERCURY Caliente $17954Door B &'B KENNELS FOR RENT 2 BR. APT. FURN.

steering, Green.v.a, automatic transmission, power. Boarding for dogs,cats and hors I Orange Park, 5 mln. to NAS,will
S&H GREEN STAMPSE1edrolux'Vac.$15
es. 5214 Collins Rd.,near Orange GIVE rent to TAD Personnel or Bache-
67 DODGE Dart $1695 Park ,264.9602.RETIRING, lors, TV Linen Utensils op-
.4-door Sedan air condition, power steering, eutomaUc ., ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.50 tional.. 264-6884.
transmission, blue Oi white.' ? 10 YEARS EQUITYat 6110 103rd St.. Dealer Ph. [71- __

68 VW Sedan ; ,' $1695. a bargain. 3 BR, L.R.D.R.Kit. 5028. .. .; PRIVATE ,''TUTORING STATE :,
Radio & hester, Blue. 2 B. Fla., Rm. Lrg. Cert. Teacher. Elem.'Sub j. only.

66 FORD Galaxle 500 $1495 lot, conv. to both bases, schools, Spec. In reading 771-1969 eve.
shop. center. 771-5807. IN CLAY COUNTY'
4-door hardtop, air conditione.va, autom.Ucumlmhaion
power steering, Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10 23" RCA CONSOLE SOLID
YOU CAN AFFORD acres & larger. Terms. Ph. Walnut Early American All
66 VALIANT $1495
282-5272 or 282-5224.' channels. Call 388-0923 after 5.
4-door. V-8,' automatic transmission, power steering THIS INVESTMENT
air conditioned. '
Three ID-acre tracts within half-

65 T-BIRD ,. :.,' ,. : $1795 mile Cecil Field. A real bargain" ZIG ZAG FOR $25 REPOSSESSED KIRBY VACUUM ,
2-door Hardtop,' Loaded Blues ''*f;* ; ....-'.:..'; SEWING MACHINE Original W/attachments. For information '
S... CALL OWNER, 356 8875." Guarantee, Zig,Zags. makesbut- call 724-5398. .
66 VW Sedan ; : $1295Radio tonholes sews on buttons,
,":: decorative designs monograms, 67 PLYMOUTH
heater new paint, red., '-, BELV II
} : GEORGE'S KENNELS etc. Just, pay balance $25 at Stand. trans., V-8, 2 DR H/T.
65 VW Sunroof $1195Radio Dogs and Cats boarded. Free $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 384-4139.

heater, new paint Blue. ". / pickup and delivery Est. 1925. night or day. Will deliver no

5085 EdgewOOd Ct. (Near Cassat obligation. A-l Sewing: Machine.. MAN OR WOMAN PART TIME .
64 VW Squareback <;<:: ;., ;,. '$1195 andEdgewood.) 389-0064.. Co. 1606 Main St. $500 a Mo. withiI ,6 mos. pos-

Green .'U sible. 35 'old Nationally
:- "li-j' ', year
>:'t. .:J.,.. :" Known Co. Bring this to Robt.
$995Radio 1 'GE Model Maid l Dishwasher'
64 VW Sedan > .
: ::;: tk'I'EBox- ,$110 Meyer Spanish Rm. .May 14th
flt heater. ', ,
7:45 for -
;" "Contact L.E. Breeding-772-2974 .p.m. group presentation. .
: :$995 i .
64 BUICK Skylark 'or 264-6296. ;
S S'
4-door V-8, automatic transmission, power steel.; ? : 1962 VW
inK, power brakes, beige. FHA REFINISHED & READY
014, f" 4 BR, 2 1/2: Ba.f big kit. DR.- Extra, sharp,*' $795.00, custom
0.., ,_ screen porch, den, fireplace-r paint,' wheels, and interior. 384-
: 1778. '. -., ?> .
I **.****..*+*****. PERSONAL

: 2 BR. CONCRETE BLOCK Richard A. Morehead who was

WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN H/W floors carport $62 stationed here with the U.S. .
TACOS Mo. VANSANDT REALTY 387- Marines In 1954 is recuperatingat

1213. his parents home 1606 Jones-

INC. CHILI DOGS103rd boro Rd., West. Monroe Louisiana -
after an automobile ac-
T f J COSEY COTTAGE FOR SALE cident in whim'he suffered a

& Standing Center Souths ide conv. J.U., Beaches spinal,cord injury.

1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 7815511. .5 & Downtown. 2 BR., 1 Bath LR.
771-7970 Fam. Rm., Kit. equip. Garage

Open Daily! 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1.to.6 PM PHONE AHEAD fenced yd. Ideal retirement home. 1965 TR4A GOOD CONDITIONReal
'Dwn. payment $500, $93 Mo.Mtg. Buy. :Call ,MJ:..Velez 772-
to owner 6% 3889886. 3067.




I Navy Offers Aid to 1 "Speed-H- Grass!" Not

Handicapped Dependents What You'd Call a Pal

WASHINGTON Ask any solely for the purpose of conduct- 5
Navy man what fringe benefits ing diagnostic studies performed ', Jax, ,-- Sa what if I want to at large-
I gets from his military 'service by. or under supervision of,aphysictart. take, a trip! Why the big:flap Marijuana, .known also as"pot"
and more than likely the first over drugs and "grass, is the most
,And whose: businessesit; any- frequently abused of'the. hallu-
thing he will say is "medicaL" The' patient may also be'pro '
Although the Navy does pro vided with treatment in a hos- ,way, what, I think or do about cinogenic drugs today. Strong-
vide medical benefits drugs? ger forms of marijuana can cause
many to pital, convalescent hospital or similar .W #r !ri yc r
the serviceman and his family, facility for the handicapped These are some of the most psychotic reactions in almost
asked questions the .. A "pot" smoker at' the
there 'are a few such "bennies" condition. Institutional care is concerning anyone.
available that go unused for lack not authorized In a private facility use and misuse of drug's. Ans- wheel of a car makes it a deadly
of knowledge of their existence.For operated for profit. It must be a wers to these questions are not dangerous weapon. A man in
easy, but they can mean the difference uniform who smokes "pot" is
instance, there are many non-profit, public or state faci-
between life of the Uniform
servicemen who have a handicapped and death. guilty of a violation
wife or child requiring lity.Outpatient services canbe pro- Drugs vary and range from Code of Military Justice,

special care.. Often, Naval per- vided on a visit basis in hos- y aspirin tablets for headaches to punishable by cour-martlal witha
the miracle drug that can cure a dishonorable discharge and up
sonnel spend thousands of dollars pitals, clinics or institutional 14
severe form of penumonia. to five years in prison.Hallucinogens .
of their own money for care agencies or offices where the
Drugs have a definite placein or LSD. which
In an institution or special school professional providing the ser-
It when the Navy will share expenses vice is located. It includes ;u our society. Medically pre- has been nicknamed "acidis
for the needed treatment. therapy, diagnostic and therapeutic ; : scribed and properly,used drugscan potent and distorts sight, sound
benefit all mankind. Whey and sensation produce an existence -
authorized and
Congress a pro- tests procedures,
gram in January 1967 for treat- posthospitalization needed to they are misused or abused,they apart from reality.An .
ment of the handicapped and re- continue treatment. Y sometimes can cause death. LSD "trip" Is not always

,i,1, ta{ded. A pan of the Civilian The program also providesfor No matter how. beneficial drugs pleasant and unwanted "flash-
( be medicine if abused backs" months after bad
Health and Medical Programof training and special educa- may as a trip
the Uniformed Services tion the patient needs to adjustto they can lead to psychological have caused people to kill them-
'(CHAMPUS), it provides healthServices his handicap. This may be dependence. And drugs such as selves. It was reported that
edu- LSD, STP, and marijuana -- the one LSD user walked out onto a
training, special either on an inpatient or out- -
cation and rehabilitation for patient basis. Additionally, if hallucinogens, can damage' your freeway and ordered a car to
handicapped spouses and children the physician deems that the care mind and have no medical benefit stop, thinking he Was God. Hewasn't
of members who are serving on may be more appropriately pro- whatsoever.The and the car didn't stop.
active duty (including active duty vided at home, the program covers Department of Defense, The user experienced his final
for training purposes) for a these expenses, too. GIRL-WATCHERS' DELIGHT concerned with the possibility ofa trip.We
period of more than thirty days. -Willi Koopman can be seen serviceman becoming "hook- In'the Armed Forces havea
Under the program,the patientis Finally, the Navy may provide in the UniversalInternationalmovie ed" on drugs, has come out witha special dependency on our fel-
transportation cost to and from which tells of low servicemen and he has
entitled to diagnosis on an "Don't Just Stand phamplet some ; a
inpatient or outpatient basis by a the facilities where the depen- There." In Willi'g cue, she can of the horrors people who have special dependency on us. The
physician.. It Includes hospita- dent is to receive treatment. Just stand there and look lovely used drugs have experienced. lives of all those on a ship may
lization or institutionalization This authority would apply to for as long as she wants. Heroin. often called "horse" depend on the judgment and alert
local transportation as well as or merely "H," is the most frequently ness of one man assigned the job
distant movement of handicapped "Blazt abushed opiate, or nar- of closing a water-tight door.In .
PARK dependents. If government transportation Contest"The cotic, today. It removes tensions a combat situation, each
ORANGE is not available, the from the practical aspect of life member of a fire team is dependent -
L patient may request nongovernment Lakeshore Volunteer Fire "
which we call "reality. on his buddies for sur- .
THE ULTIMATE IN transportation. Department will hold it's annual Heroin becomes severly addictive vival. And the success 'of /a
J COHVEHIEHCEIONLY To be eligible for the program "Miss Blaze" contest on Sat- and a person "hooked"on flight mission could well dependon
: the spouse or child must urday 12 July 1969. Applicantsmust herion quickly loses interestin the skill of a ground main-
2ft ,MILES FROM be a dependent of an active duty be single, not less than 15 his job, his family,even living., tenanceman or radar operator.
NAS JAX MAIN GATE member serving for a period of nor over 19 years of age. All he cares about is his next How would you like your lifeto

,------------ more than thirty days. He must Interested panics may contact. fix and the addict often turnsto be on the line and have a
) '. have a serious physical handicap Mr. Manly Bolin at the LakeshoreFire theft and other sons of crime, "user" as the only man you
1,2, ,& 3 hdrooAportmSits ?, that 1 is, a ,chronic condition Station 384-1735 for further spreading the harmful results of can depend on to keep you a-
markedly limiting his ability details. his addicton into the community ,live. The'stakes are high.Usersare
Frets tolive, among hiS peers,pr maybe losers.

$I3' Mo. OfftriniMixiniH retarded.moderately or 'severely Navy League Aids MilitaryTHE ?

"j 0S r 1 of' liviif' ,The service member appliesfor Marine ,Wives
the program benefits by requesting WASHINGTON The, Navy provide legal counseling and financial -
spice privacy acceptance of the dependent League of the ,United States is advice, and help wives and

in oN 1 ided locitioR the Executive under the Director program OCHAM-from fairly well known for its sup- other dependents find suitable' Club Notes. .
port of the. goals and missions of employment.
....,..1., rustic PUS, Denver Colorado 80240. the U. S. Navy Less known, Morale boosting is another
The request may be In the formof but of equal importance to Navy- field in which the Navy League The regular meeting of the
ORANGE. PAil: a letter, but it must contain men generally, are ,the League's takes an active part. "Musicfor Marine Wives Club was held Mon-
------------ the following information: efforts on behalf of individuals the Fleet" Is, a program day evening at the Marine Air
FREE lf at private -The sponsor's name, grade and small units. established, by the League to Detachment.
country club service number, branch of ser- Navy League support and supply ,ships and military bases President of the club, Mrs.
.Club ..*.d swimming pool vice, and duty assignment.The assistance comes from the 42,000 with tapes and records. Carol Scoppe, conducted the meting -
with Cabana., poolud. and ad- which ,welcomed a new'member -
phones and children'* dependent's name civilian members divided into 300 The Navy :League also offers
swimming pool dress. If he or she is man institution councils,and is given in a number national awards, for leadership, Mrs. Louis Montalvo.
.Front and rear.entrances include the name and of ways. ,Many councils scientific contribution, opera- June, July and August activitiesare
address of the institutionThe ; have... 'Welcomed Aboard? pro- tional competence and literary reserved to picnics and cover
.Wall to Wall Carpeting age, and. relationship of grams, where members invite contributions by military person dish suppers and several ideas
the dependent to the sponsorA ; servicemen to their homes. be!. for socials of the nature were
Central. H..t DUhweehers.Diapo and Air..Conditloning -* signed 'statement by a .civilian One program, called"High- ,Navy,League members continually discussed,at the meeting.;,
sal, range and oven by or military physician giv- line", is an employment counseling seek Congressional support The next regular meeting is
a.E.P1.nty ing the diagnosis, history of the effort and includes a resume for Navy Personnel and their de- scheduled for May 19. All wivesof
of closets with dressing dependent's disability, present critiquing service. Last pendents. This is ,one of the active and retired Marines in
bedroom room closets in master condition prognosis, and a recommended year an estimated 50,000 service ways the Navy League tries to up- the Jacksonville area are invitedto
plan for the man- personnel and their dependents grade: "Incentives, opportunities attend.
agement of the conditionA ; took advantage of"Pro- and compensations affectingthe Information on membershipmay
statement. of estimatedcost. ject Highline." status,prestige morale wel- be obtained by calling Mrs.
Local councils have stablished fare, and performance of our Scoppe at 384 6875 ,or 264 -
The Executive Director will Active Duty Assistance Pro- military," to cite the wordsof 9487.
then review the case and inform gram Teams, which ,offer legal a resolution adopted at the
the sponsor of his decision. services to Navy personnel.They 1968 Annual Convention. JOHN F.KENNEDY

"...ask not what your coun
try can do foryou-ask what
can do for your coun
(]an. 20, 1961)

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BENEFICIAL SUGGESTIONS..committee work prompted ( :
congratulated by Capt F.M. McLinn Cecil C.O.) and Lt. O.L. (
left) and Cdr J.M. Bannister (far right) are the respective ;!
Chairman of the committee.Softballers I I

Keep Rolling

': ', In National',

':: By SMC George Blackburn | ]
'.,. WAS CECIL In the National AMD 5.to 1
; League 'on April 28, Den- VA-44 4 to 2
tal downed Operations 13 to 1, VA-174 4-2
the Marines won over VA-45 Dental ., 3-3
'11: to 9, and VA-44 beat VA-174, Weapons '" 3-3
7 to 0. Influencial to the HOR- VA-45 2-4
NETS win was the return. of Marines 2-4
Steve. Burton and four other Operations 1-5
players who until now were de- : ;
",,ployed. Later the same' day,
AMD struggled to 8 to 5 win April 29 action saw VA-36 go DISCOUNT"I"
over Weapons. nine innings with VA-86 before -
downing' them 8 to 7. VA- ,
Dental's 'Plumbers must think
82 Idel,-v1'67 over"VC-4 :
was :
13 is:their magic number. On :
11 3 and VA-64 won a close
"' to .
April 30, Dental downed VA 45,
VA-6615 6.'
.13 to 4. This ,makes four 13 one, over to :
May 1, it Was VA-36 over
run that Tom Puckett's
VA-66 8 to 5, VA-82 had anoth
Plumbers have racked up in re-
, ,cent weeks.. Of the four. they.
t, won, two and lost two. The
Plumber's with three straight
wins, ,are making some pretty ,
.strong predictions. Say'the team [Roosevelt 3
members, "We will be in .the .. ,
play offs for sure." From this Mall
end, it looks like they. are a bit
outspoken for a bunch of aug-
mented. ball players. ;
In other:action VA-44,downed FREE '
Operations '5 to'3 while Weapons :
bombarded, the Marines 16 to 4. WITH FILL-UP
AMD and VA-174 met head on last MORE STANDARD : ;
week to ,settle their dispute,for
first place. This contest went, 'IANK AMERICARD, ;
ten innings before Jim
charges: were felt by the' enemy -
and AMD pulled it out 4 to 3.
Earlier in the game AMDlookedbad CREDIT
when va-174 scored three
runs on three errors but once SPRAWAX
In the swing, AMD settled down
to their best game of the sea- Located in Roosevelt /

son.With the first round of play
nearly. ,completed and coaches .
Hank Linder and Tom 'Puckett :
' contemplating the coach, of ,the .....
year award, the standings in the. ........ '
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;r ,'!' Standings American (final) Swaim Fir esO n e Hif f e r .

Mad Foxes :Ufi-12 ,
Tipplers H4-14 :
Strikers H2-1G The Jax' Navy Fliers used well placed hits and two talented
Pin Pushers 31-17 pitchers to take three of four games from Glynco Navy last week-

King Pins .26.5-21.5; a end 'at Mackroth Field.In .

National Friday night's opener the ger by Bob Kicielinski. Glynco
Fliers went into the third inning -
tied the contest in the fifth on
AOMD #2 O-14 i down 1-0 but unloaded with a unearned run off righthander -
five run barrages only 'three an
Pin Spotters O14CPO's on Von McClure and the game
(Fic) 31-17 hits. Center fielder Ken Jones
stayed knotted through the regulation -
RATTC #17 27-17 (NANTP) blasted two-run triple innings. In the
Outcasts 27-17 for the big blow of the inning as seven
tenth Glynco touched a tireing
the Fliers batted around. Although -
McClure for three hits and aJax
the Jax nine could only
to push across two
UNCLES 34.5-9.5!) !} manage five hits for the entire big runs error which the Fliers couldn't
Electrons 31-13 game the four run cushion after
match in their half of the frame
Pin Benders 28-1G the third was enough for pitcher -
and fell by two and drop their
Von McClure NARTU who
,f7nth 26-18 ( )
first of the series.
., Gator Air Lines 22-22 was superb fanning 17 of the 27 game
: HIT THE DIRT -- Flier left fielder Doug Sibole (left) goes batters who faced him. The lone Take Series
Continental 1 into a slide ahead of the throwfrom the Glynco Navy catcherin Glynco tally off McClure was unearned Paul Swaim toed the rubber
Chokers m-7 one of three victories recorded by Jax last weekend. and the Fliers took it 5!) for'the Fliers in the final gameof
Weapons H4-10 to 1. '
the series and almost equalledhis
tr ,"MARTD ##1 :n-1 In Friday's second game first performance of the previous
Kfcy Warriors 29.5-14.5 Jax Ladies Take Title baseman Bruce Reddish (MAD) night as he limited(! Glynco to
: got things rolling leading off the
dvfocjne Bks.: 20-15!) only two singles.
.J first with a single and) scored after The Fliers took the lead witha
IS\ Seek SoLant CrownThe an error and sacrifice fly by single run in the third after
t ; LOOKING Bob I Kictelinski (FAW-ll. Left catcher Al "Tiny" Wageman
1I"f fielder Doug Sibole scored a second -
(NATTC) opened ,the inning witha
FORA Jax Navy women's bowl- 170 per contest. Jax finished run In the Inning on a sacrifice sharp single and scored on along
s ing team captured the Sixth Na- the tournament by placing three fly by Ron Mensinger (VP- sacrifice to right by se-
CAREER val District Championship last ladies In the first ten as'Donna 16)). The Fliers added two,more cond-sacker Terry Cunningham
week at Pensacola with a 13,, Caddis (Supply) finished In sixth runs' tn the third: ,as, Sibole and (VP-1C). The Fliers added three
taIrge tr. + .doxn 182 pin'total. place with a 2,710 total and Betty Kicielinski crossed home plate insurance runs for Swaim in the
Led by Disbur sing's Mae Harrow(Transient Personnel) In 'on hits by Mensinger and third sixth as Pat Higgins drove a-
ahi Rloux who won the. individual 10th with 2.535! 'pins and a 140 'baseman Pat Higgins (ComFairJax -' cross two runs with a double

title the Jax team held an Impressive average. ). Pitcher ,Paul Swaim and Cunningham scored on a sac-
Ht peopII 98-pin advantage over The Jax Navy men's team did- (NATTC) handcuffed Glynco the rifice by Kicielinski giving Jax a
rat MORE mrONMATION CONTACT runner-up NAS Memphis. Rioux n't fare quite as well as the entire game with the exceptionof 4 to 0 victory and three of the
YOU AMERICAN RED C80SS HELD rolled a 3,072 pin total for the gals as the best they could place one single in the fourth as four
MNCCTOK *******DOIT NOW 18 game tournament averaging was seventh in the 15 team he retired the Georgia nine in Coach games.Mike Howard (NARTU)

field. order to preserve his 4 to 0 takes his Fliers on the road for
NCTC (Pensacola) won the win. Swaim was supported by four this weekend against
mens title with 15,979 pins followed some sparkling fielding plays: Moody AFB atYaldosta.Ga. Fri-
STOP money worries by Memphis and Cecil at the hot corner by third base- ,day and Saturday. -' -, ,J
Field. Jax ended up 355 pins man Pat Higgins.
back of' the winner with' a 15,
Errors Hurt
; .; G24 team total. ,
1 :,,. ; ;,./..": / Walter Ltnsenmyer chief air- The Fliers had a hard time Servicemen are insured auto-
from Air finding the "handle" in Satur- matically for $10,000 unless.
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day's opening game as three they refuse in writing.
A t high man on the Jax team witha
I errors helped Glynco down the
182.0 lIe
Ij average per game.
i i Jax. squad! in .teri.i ninp.s. :3 to 1. .
t finished with a total 3,2a!) good "f U: -v : 'p
,R, if f enough for sixth place In the Shortstop Ken Winkle(NARTU)

f ..... individual standings, 65 pins be- scored the Fliers only run' In RUDY'Sred
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4 \ ....." ., i.-- a. single! followed by a one bag-
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Standings KornerBy
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VAP-62 JOSN Brent Kallestad
3-0 '
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Admin 2-1 ,. ..,. '". "': : ". .'' .:... .' .
VP-5 2-1 ," f" ., Automobile focuses
racing into
It will be
I an interesting sea-
Com Fa :II
rJax t. ,
2-1 ., the spotlight with the inter- for
FAETU son racing buffs. The tur-
VP-16 2-1 .. ... '...' .. .;.. '. .. nationally" reknowned Indianapolis bine Innovates, Andy Granatelli
2-1 1" ." .Y
MARTD ., :. :. ':V 500" only three weeks has added Mario Andretti to his
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Medical A/C Maint. 2-1 0-3 ", /v ... ', '..<<.,.','" ", .. "'. -r., 't':."fi'.,'.':1.;",...:'. }.l.ft.'.': away. Local EventIt his racing first team win in at hopes the fabled of claiming two

0-3 and-one-half. mile oval "Brick-
Cbmm. Off. Mess 03Natio'n might not be exactly Indy, yard."
Jf but Sunday, sports car enthusiasts -
l in the area will havean Granatelli nearly had winners
NARTU 2-0' opportunity to enter the Uni- the past two Memorial Days with
Hospital 2-0 versity Sports Car Club Incor- his humming turbines.
Ficeur 2-0 porated's Gymkhana.The .
VP7VW4 1-1 event kicks off at 8 a.m.

1-1 .. when the pits open for fourhoursof Attention Golfers.
0-2 practice runs prior to the registration -
Air Ops 0-2 t ; .' deadline. Jax-The HAS Jax Golf

679th 0-2 During the course of the after- Course will be closing the

Golf Standings noon, several events, including a back nine holes for an eightto
>,,:.L Mothers Day Powder Puff will be ten week renovation job
VP-7 American of the fairways starting May

A/C Malnt. #2 5.5-.5 6-2 run.This fledgling attraction will 19. Upon completion ot the _. '

NARTU 5-4 be held at Montgomery Wardson back the front nine yyrlll

VAP-62 '. 3.5-3.5 Normandy Boulevard. Regis- undergo the same typeKbf
Hosp. #1 3.5-3.5 tration fee for men is$3.50 while work with the entire-job
Par Scramblers 354.5 NOTHING TO IT Bill Speaker shows just how easy It was the ladies get off lightly at $2 taking about 20 week.
Hosp. #2 1-6 to reach In the cup on number seven and take out his ball as per entry -- and free admissionfor Only nine holes will be
VP-5 1-6 he was right on target with his four wood from 210 yards away. the spectators. closed at one time.

VW-4 Nation 5-2 PilotTalliesAce at JaxJax I

A/C Caduceus FAW-ll Maint. #1 4-3 3-2 4-2, -- The odds are over- ed VAP-62 beat Hospital as Why Do You See

FAETU 3-3 whelming but Bill Speaker didn't Speaker went on to card a one-
Data Techs even let it concern him when he over par 73 for the round.
VP-16 teed up his ball on the seventh First Since 53
NARF hole at the Jax Golf Course and So Of These
1-5 promtply holed out 210yardsaway The Jax course records about Many
last week. 20 "aces" a year but this was

Michigan State footall coach Speaker, a lieutenant com- the first one during Intramural _
Duffy Daugherty received a mander with VAP-62, wasn't play since 1953. It qualifies
1969 calendar' illustrated by given the thrill of seeing his ball Speaker for a Bupers Trophy a v -
Snoopy the comic: strip character awarded for special athletic achievement -
with a picket sign saying: drop because the cup was slightly and also enters him In 0
hidden from his view. He used
Golf Digest's annual
"Help Stamp Out Things That sweepstakesfor
Need Stamping Out. a four: wood to record his first golfers who,make a hole-in-

Ad tacent were the names of ace.The one. A vacation to Scotland for
State's ten gridiron foes next feat was accomplished two and $1,000 spending money
fall Washington. Southern during Intramural play and helpA is the top prize.
Methodist, Notre Dame Ohio

State, Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, : $3.OO'fresh water fishing license 'The major cuase&of i'rest'for
Purdue. Minnesota ,and North In
western. entitles a fisherman (if he violation of hunting and fishing
can stand the pace and pres- laws Is fishing without a license.Of .

sure to 8,760 hours of continual a total 4,894 arrest during Almost daily we are asked why It is that so many cars are sold tIn
I NAVY fishing anywhere. His bag 1967 68 fishing without a license Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
, limit would Include 27,375 game accounted for 1,643.Bob's modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
: l fish. of this size? For instance, in what other town of less than
:1 :; : i 3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
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In addition to what dayIt "automobile roW" In Green Cove Springs Is only a short,
Is. What date It 1 Is.What pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
month it Is. And what
time It is accurately and reach and shop In than more heavily congested areas. They
dependably year after TNT like the friendly treatment they find in a small town. They
year. It's self-winding; .qUC welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the lower
ten karat gold-filled top M, operating costs In Green Cove Springs. They appreciate the
stainless steel back case.
Black or a white dial fact that here they are treated as valued customers, not statis
with raised markers tics on a sales chart.
/ and a matching band. At Roberts Chevrolet, we have just closed the books on one
precision shock-resistant movement p of our most successful years In the history of the agency. _,
seventeen jewels We credit that record to the way In which we have endeavored to
lifetime unbreakable improve our service to you In every department;to the capable,
Cokes, mainspring and balance conscientious personnel with which we are staffed; to the fact
City Maps, Key Chains watch staff.An for exceptional moon watchers ""r "TM that we have been privileged to offer you the finest cars for
.... and SMILES! sun worshippers or the money ever.. We would be happy to have you come in fora
anybody who'd like to TNU IAU6 leisurely look at the 1969 modelQievroletsand Oldsmoblles.

ROIERT TRAVISAGENCY #know 1737 the,S125.time of day. 0 You'll find more than 100 New Cars and Trucks to Chose From i I
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r; r" Fliers Take Glynco ;

: Standings A J Svva/mF/resOneH/ffer/ / .

American (final) '

Mad Foxes H6-12:
Tipplers :34-14
Strikers 32-16: The Jax Navy Fliers used well placed hits and two talented
Pin Pushers :31-17 3'.1. pitchers to take three of four games from Glynco Navy last weekend -

King Pins 20.5-21.5(; at Mackroth Field.
National In Friday night's opener the by Bob Kicieltnski. Glynco
Fliers went into the third Inning -
tied the contest in the fifth on
,AOMD ###2 30-14 I down 1-0 but unloaded with a an unearned run off righthander -
five run barrage on, only three
Pin Spotters :30-14 Von McClure and the game
CPO's (Fie) :31-17 as hits. Center fielder Ken Jones stayed knotted through the regulation -
(NANTD) blasted atwo-runtriple '
RATTC #17 27-17 Innings. In the
Outcasts 27-17 for the big blow of the inning! as
tenth Glynco touched a tirelng
the Fliers batted around. Although -
McClure for three hits and aJax
the Jax nine could only
to push across two
five hits. for the entire
UNCLES :34.5-9.5 manage big runs which the Fliers couldn't
ffti'n.y'y X. the four cushion after
Electrons :31-13: game run
match in their half of the frame
Pin Benders 28-16 the third was enough for pitcher and fell by two and drop their
.679th 26-18 Von McClure (NARTU) who first of the series.
Gator, Air Lines 22-22 was superb fanning 17 of the 27
HIT THE DIRT Flier left fielder Doug Sibole (left) goes batters who faced him. The lone Take Series

"' Continental 1 into a slide ahead of the throwfrom the Glynco Navy catcherin Glynco tally off McClure was unearned Paul Swaim toed the rubber
Chokers 33-7: one of three victories recorded by Jax last weekend. : and the Fliers took it !lto' for'the Fliers in the final gameof

Weapons 34-10 1. the series and almost equalledhis
i' 'MARTD ##1 :31-13: In Friday's second game first performance of the previous
ISky Warriors 29.5-14.5 Jax Ladies Take Title baseman Bruce Reddish (MAD) night as he limited Glynco to
got things rolling leading off the -
Marjne. Bks.. 29-15! only two singles.
.J .. first'with a single and scored after The Fliers took the lead witha
>ls9", Seek SoLant CrownThe an error and t sacrifice fly by single run in the third after
; Bob Klctelinski (FAW-11)). Left catcher Al "Tiny" Wageman
U"f fielder Doug Sibole scored a second (NATTC) opened the Inning witha
Jax Navy women's bowl- 170 per contest. Jax finished run In the Inning on a sacri- sharp single and scored on along
ing team captured the Sixth Na- the tournament by placing three fice fly by Ron Mensinger> (VP- ; sacrifice to right by se-
flFORA val District Championship last ladies In the first ten as'Donna 16)). The Fliers added two more cond-sacker Terry Cunningham
week at Pensacola with a 13: ,. Caddis (Supply) finished in sixth runs tn the third as Sibole and (VP-1C). The Fliers added three
182 pin'total. place with a 2,710 total and Betty Kicieltnskl crossed home plateon insurance runs for Swalfn In the
Led by Disbursing's Mae Harrow(Transient Personnel) in hits by, Mensinger; and third sixth as Pat Higgins drove a-
Rioux, who won the individual 10th with 2.r!>. pins and a 140 baseman Pat Higgins (ComFairJax cross two runs with a double
title, the Jax team held an im- average. ). Pitcher Paul Swaim and Cunningham; scored on a sac-
i He k i vwr. pressive 98-pin advantage over The Jax Navy men's team dId- (NATTC) handcuffed Glynco the rifice by Klcielinski giving Jax a
Km MORE INFORMATION CONTACT runner-up NAS Memphis. Rioux n't fare quite as well as the entire game with the exceptionof 4 to 0 victory and three of the
YOUR AMERICAN RED CROSS FIELD rolled a 3,072 pin total for the gals as the best they could placewas one single in the fourth, as four
DMCCTOH*******DO tr NOW 18 game tournament averaging seventh in the 15! team he retired the Georgia nine in Coach games.Mike Howard (NARTU)

I field. order to preserve his 4 to 0 takes his Fliers on the road for
NCTC (Pensacola) won the win. Swaim was supported by four this weekend against
men's title with 15,979! !) pins fol- some sparkling fielding plays' games
Moody AFB atVa.1 ostaGa,Friday -
STOP 'worries lowed by Memphis and Cecil at the hot corner by third base- "- and Saturday. .
money Field. Jax ended up :355 pins man Pat Higgins.[ "
back of' the winner with a 15,

', '; :, : ((1// : ," .i;; ,t',' ; C24 Walter team total.Ltnsenmyer, chief air- The Fliers Errors had Hurt a hard, time Servicemen are insured auto

from Air finding; the "handle" In Satur- matically for $10,000 unless.
controlman Ops, was
1 day's opening game as three they refuse in writing.
the with
high man on Jax team '
';"',,. errors helped Glynco down the -
,'Ij' v' a 182.0 average per game lie
? 4t )II f' ; lax, squad in tel innings, M: to 1. ? ,,.
finished with a total :3,293, good ,
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"", ,I,. .,;. ....' 'I enough for sixth place in the Shortstop Ken Winkle(NARTU)
scored 'the Fliers in fltRUDY'S
only run
individual 65! behind
standings, pins '
'I the fourth'after off with
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7f ., the champion.By .
.... a single followed by a one bag-
u: .., ,: '. } .r rr ,virtue of their victory in red carpet inc.
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t4. .' the CND Tourney the Jax wo
1._ .::':.; .....,.,. '.:.. :: : :: ; men's team advanced to the South Special VA assistance is given ; -. .
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VP-5 ComFairJax Admin 2-1 2-1 ; !. 4i :: i Automobile racing focuses into It will be an interesting season -

FAETU 2-1 .. .t : r.t.a.. ; the spotlight with the Inter- for racing buffs. The tur-
2-1 :' nationally reknowned Indianapolis bine Innovater, Andy Granatelli.
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MARTD ., I .! 500" only three weeks has added Mario Andretti to his
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Medical : .{ 'f. away. racing team in hopes of claiming
A/C M.1lnt. 0-3 0-3 ... f". "." : .. .. .. .: ii' Local EventIt his first win at the fabled two
Comm. Off. Mess and-one-half mile oval 'Brick
0-3 might not be exactly Indy, yard.' -
but Sunday, sports car enthusiasts -
National ; in the area will havean Granatelli nearly had winners
NARTU 2-0 opportunity to enter the Uni- the past two Memorial Days with
Hospital 2-0 e versity Sports Car Club Incorporated's his humming turbines.
2-0 Gymkhana.
VP-7 1-1 The event kicks off at 8 a.m.
VW-4 Commun. 1-1 F when the pits open for fourhoursof Attention Golfers
0-2 practice runs prior to the registration -
679th Ops 0-2 0-2 deadline. Jax-The HAS Jax ,Golf

During the course of the afternoon Course will be closing the

Golf StandingsAmerican ?i several events, including a back nine holes for an eightto
." .f Mothers Day Powder Puff will be ten week renovation job
VP-7 .. of the fairways starting May

A/C Malnt. #2 55.5 6-2 run.This fledgling attraction will 19. Upon completion of.he -
NARTU 5-4 be held at Montgomery Wardson back the front nine infill
VAP-62 353.5 Normandy Boulevard. Regis- undergo the same typeKbf:
Hosp. #1 3.5-3.5 tration fee for men is$3.50 while work with the entire-job
Par Scramblers 354.5 NOTHING TO IT Bill Speaker shows just how easy it was the ladies get off lightly at $2 taking about 20 week.
Hosp. #2 1-6 to reach In the cup on number seven and take out his ball as per entry -- and free admissionfor Only nine holes will te
VP-5 1-6 he was right on target with his four wood from 210 yards away. the spectators. closed at one time.

VW-4 Caduceus National 5-2 PilotTalliesAce at JaxJax I

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A/C Maint. #1 4-3 -- The odds are over- ed VAP-62 beat Hospital as WhyDoYouSeeSoMany
FAETU 3-3 whelming but Bill Speaker didn't Speaker went on to card a one-
Data Techs 2-3 even let it concern him when he over par 73 for the round.
VP-16 1-3 teed up his ball on the ,seventh First Since '53
NARF hole at the Sax Golf Course and Of TheseGREENiCOVEtSPRINGS
1-5 promtply holed out 210yardsaway The lax course records about
last week. 20 "aces" a year but this was

Michigan State footall coach Speaker, a lieutenant com- the first one during Intramural _
Duffy Dau herty' received a mander with VAP-62, wasn't play since 1953. It qualifies
1969 calendar' illustrated by given the thrill of,seeing his ball Speaker for a Bupers Trophy D e D
Snoopy the comic strip character awarded for special athletic ac-
with a picket sign saying: drop because the cup was slightly hievement and also enters him In 0
"Help Stamp Out Things That hidden from his view. He useda Golf Digest's annual sweepstakesfor
Need Stamping Out. four wood to record his first golfers who_make a hole-in-
Adiacent were the names of ace.The one. A vacation to Scotland for
State's ten gridiron foes next feat was accomplished two and $1,000 spending money
fall Washington Southern during intramural play and helpA is the top prize.
Methodist Notre Dame, Ohio

State Michigan. Iowa, Indiana, : $3.od fresh water fishing( li' The major cuase 'of-arrest for
Purdue. Minnesota, and North. III Jacksonville?
western. cense entitles a fisherman (if he violation of hunting and fishing
can stand the pace and pres- laws is fishing without a license.Of .

sure to 8,760 hours of contin- a total 4,894 arrest during Almost dally we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold .r
t NAVY ual fishing anywhere. His bag 1967 68 fishing without a license in Green Cove Springs, and ,why there should be so many
, limit would include 27,375 game staffed franchises in a community
accounted for 1,643.SBob's modern, completely new car
fish. of this size For instance, in what other town of less than
3.000 population will you find offered complete lines of
Chevrolets, Oldsmoblles, and all other major American auto
Oak Hill manufacturers?

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M urriede what the moon will You Why 80 Many Cars Are Sold There
be like tonight. Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
In addition to what dayIt "automobile row" In Green Cove Springs is only a short
Is. What date It Is. What pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
month it Is. And what
time It Is accurately and reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas. They
dependably, year after THy like the friendly treatment they find in a small town. They
year. It's self-winding; quc welcome. the reasonable prices made possible by the lower
I. ten stainless karat steel gold-filled back case.top M, 4 operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They appreciate the
Black or a white dial, fact that here they are treated as valued customers not statis
with raised markers tics on a sales chart.
and a matching band. r At Roberts Chevrolet, we have just closed the books on one
precision Shock-resistant movement J \ of our most successful years in the history of the agency. _
seventeen jewels We credit that record to the way which we have endeavored to
lifetime unbreakable improve our service to youineverydepanmentto; the capable,
Cokes, mainspring and balance conscientious personnel with which we are staffed; to the fact
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.... and SMILES! ybodywhodliketo THU the money ever. We would be happy to have you come in fora
an leisurely look at the 1969 model Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles.
know the time of
day. "' than 100 New Car sand Trucks Chose From I
ROBERT TRAVIS #1737, $125. 0N You'll find more to
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