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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Armed Forces Day--Tribute f 'to\ Those I Y Who Serve"From




Concord Bridge to War Zone D, the American Man-at-

Arms has served his country with discipline, skill, and de- a ,. d
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votl on.

"Thousands of young men and women serve their nation today -

In uniform, performing countless, acts of kindness where

the opportunity affords itself, pursuing the grim work of battle

where circumstances compel it. Each does honor to himself and L
to his country. L.

"I 1 invite every American to join with me in honoring our

servicemen, service women and their families during Armed
Forces Week this year. Our modest efforts can never do credit -T- w

to the sacrifices they have made or the service they have ren- 1
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dered, but we can, each in our own way, express our appreciation _
of their, selfless and flawless service to the Nation."

s/Richard M. Nixon

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"Throughout American history the men and women of the 4

Armed Forces have always been ready to make any sacrifice to

defend, their country's freedom. Continuing that proud tradition

today, some 3.4 million uniformed Americans serve the defense
needs of the United States at home and overseas
"It is fitting that Armed Forces Day has been set aside to ;
honor the dedication of those men and women and their fami- I / -

lies. In return, the Services on that day make a special effortto

report to the people of the Nation on their Forces for

Freedom.
"I 1 salute all members of the Armed Forces, and express to

them my continuing admiration and respect. for their selfless
service to the United States of America."


s/Melvin R. Laird


The City of Jacksonville, in cooperation with the USD, has been
I doing its part to honor servicemen and women,of the area.
I In special USO programs honoring the armed forces, hundreds
t of servicemen and women were luncheon guests of the Civitan,
Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions Clubs of Jacksonville the past week.
May 23, from 8 p.m. to midnight, the USO will sponsor the annual -
military ball at the Garden Center, Riverside Ave. and Post
Street. The ball is held every year in connection with USO-Armed mammmm Published tj the mammmm Hull PuNUrUng* Company fmHammmmfmmmu.private dim Opinion nmuamaia.>.prr...d bv the publnhrr a mmeBi and ants mam herein*are mmmmm char o"n and not maamnnana to b.conmdvred an oj I tI B tI.pulIn,mmaf .
Forces Pal Week and each year proves to be a colorful and enter- Viilltvy depwtnvnt Tbt appearance ot.de.rtt..metd.InNitpubHcaiiondo..notcoe.tltat.an( r..m.nt oftnjf military department of the product of. ,'In..4'.ftll'-s.
taining affair. All military personnel in uniform are invited to at- VOL. 27 NO. 8 U. S. NAVAL AIR/( STATION/
tend.




Officer, True Love' and Family .


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Jax -- A NAS naval officer and striking out for the Caribbean He became acquainted with several -
his family will set sail from the Islands. They have selected the other men Interested in
air station tomorrow evening for waterway in order to avoid stiff boat building and then decidedto
the Bahamas aboard the 40-foot southeasternly winds in the Atlantic begin his own boat. Decidingon v"t
trimaran, "True Love." this time of year, accord- a piver design hull he began a
ing to LCdr. Windham. He said construction on the three-
At the helm of the boat hebuilt the Gulf Stream would also make hulled vessel. He, had finishedthe
will be LCdr. Marshall Windham, the Atlantic route difficult. hull before receiving ordersto
naval aviator and sailing enthu- The sailors have planned to NAS Jacksonville and so decided -
siast. The commander's wife. make the waterway cruise lei- to rig temporary sails and
Betty. their daughter Chris, 20, surely, traveling about 50 milesa bring his boat to his new duty
and 14-year-old son,Robert,will day. LCdr. Windham com- station. f
also make the trip.Accompanying mented, "We'll take time out and After reaching acksonville,he t
the Windham family stop along the way whenever we worked on the boat for over a year
will be Robert Scott, assistant feel like It." They expectto preparing for the, upcoming trip. AVID LISTENERS-As a crew member of the P-3 points out
engineer with the Jacksonville reach the Bahamas about a week The boat now has some 600 square some of the ordnance on the aircraft, two ,Explorers need no
Electric Department, along after they leave the the Aircraft air station.Main- feet of sail and the commander urging to listen carefully. As they flew along the coast of

with Scott's wife and son. tenance Currently Department's avionics has had It up" to 20 commentedthat knots "In northeast Florida the eight Explorers were briefed on many
stiff wind. He
a
The families will travel from officer, LCdr. Windham began It will average about 10 other phases of the "Orion."
air station to West Palm Beach building his boat three years ago knots In a 20 knot wind.
along the Inland Waterwaybefore while stationed at Key West.
The commander has put about Explorers Don Gear
.-f $10,000 in the boat so far, and ,
has it outfitted with 'a compact
galley and enough bunks to sleep
eight. Carpets and finely finished Fly With Sponsors ,
carpentry work add
luxury of the vessel's interior Explorer Post 908 of Jack- some first-hand experience in'

spaces. sonville, sponsored by the Mad flight when they were taken up
An auxiliary engine will push Foxes of Patrol Squadron 5, got in a P-3 "Orion" Saturday.The .
the boat along at six knots and Indoctrination flight gave
y ri call for the additionof thorough
future plans the eight Explorers a
ship to shore radio equipmentand demonstration of the aircraft systems -. r'
electronic navigational,aids. and flight characteristicsfrom
Discussing the upcoming trip, a pilot's and tactical coor-
LCdr. Windham said. "My wife dinator's point of view.
and I like deep sea fishing, and LCdr. C. C. Crutchfield Lt.
we'll take advantage of the tripto R. N. Harris and Lt. (jg) H. W.
get in'some fishing." James took the future naval avia-
tors on an airborne tour of the
and their will do
i 1 0 The men sons
most of the sailing during the east coast of North Florida.
Ground control approach and
crossing to the islands, standing
another
three-hour watches at sea. Through landing techniques were
highlight of the flight.
the they'll take
waterway
s the
VP-5 sponsors Explorerpost
turns at the helm.
and in the past has given
their
The women will take
lectures basic aerodynamics,
cooking talents to sea with them INSTALL COMPASS -- LCdr. on
land and sea survival, and air-'
and run the galley between fish- Windham (r) and Bob Scott craft engines. Three weeks ago
Ing, sunbathing and sightseeing
work on compass mount a- the Explorers were taken on a
periods. board True Love. Scott, who Blanding.The .
campout at Camp
After about two weeks in the Islands -
ISLAND ADVENTURE--The True Love lays beside HAS Sail the families will set sail has been sailing for over 30 Mad Foxes are commanded -
Club dock while undergoing final preparation for the Bahama for home and bring their "True years, will sail I to the Bahamas by Cdr. H. CAbeleinwho
trip. The boat has a 23-foot beam and the mast is 56-feet from Love" -- sailing at sea -- to an with the local naval acts as the Institutional 908. Repre-
sentative for Post
cr' P. waterline to the top. end. officer

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Editorial View Points ]}rvt'tt&: &ervj c es.'


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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Power of Attorney Edwards Chapel

SUNDAY MASS9 & H a.m.
DAILY MASS11.30: a.m.
SATURDAY MASS
Since the buildup of personnel In Vietnam, many questions have 9 a.m.
arisen concerning power of attorney. Confessions will be held on

Service personnel who are overseas or on their way, are especially Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
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vulnerable. ryM instead of Saturday. '

A power of attorney Is a legal document by which you give another U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
person to act as your agent, either for some particular purpose or
for the transaction of your business in general. Luke's Chapel
The power of attorney can be useful, especially while a person is
overseas. But it must be realized that In the wrong hands it can be SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.
harmful. The agent who, holds such {power has -- within the limits PROTESTANT WORSHIP
granted: by it -- full authority to deal with your property without SERVICES10:00 a.m.
consulting you. Power of attorney should be given only to a person ':' : >> PROTESTANTAll
whom you can trust without reservation, to follow your wishes and :
protect your Interests and those of your family. Saints' Chapel
Check your situation carefully, for In many cases 'a {power of .', .. ,
attorney Is not needed. Or It may be advisable for you to executea u' SUNDAY
limited or special power cf attorney with authority to perform Church School -9:00 a.m.

certain acts and no more. Finally,. .It Is most desirable to limit .""" Bldg. # 722
the time of its operation. You should never execute a power of ";t Junior Church 10:00: a.m.
attorneViUntil you have consulted with legal counsel. Bldg. #/ 722
The legal authority granted In a {power of attorney is revokedby Divine Worship Service 10
your death, the death of your agent, by any time limit set by a.m. Bldg. # 750
the document Itself or by specific revocation. If it does not containa Episcopal Communion 8:30-
time'limit, it may be cancelled by destroying all signed copiesor a.m.
by written revocation. If it has been recorded In a public record Small Chapel Bldg. #750
a revocation is always necessary.If Junior Youth Fellowshlp-5 p.m.
you have in the past granted powers of attorney that containedno Bldg. # 722
time imit, and that have served their purpose see your legal TUESDAYSenior
GENTLY NOW, SIS--An unusual reunion took place last weekat Choir Rehearsal-7
officer. He will assist in drawing up necessary papers to cancel p.m.
such powers. the NAS dental clinic. Lt. Jim Porter of VP-7 and his sister Bldg. #/ 750

For further Information on a {power of attorney or any other legal Virginia,. got together at the clinic with her in the role of WEDNESDAYNavigator's
assistance contact your command Legal Assistance Officer. (AFPS) dental_hygienist 'and'him'', as the patient. Miss' Porter graduatedfrom Bible Class 7
the University of Pennsylvania last year and recently p.m. Bldg. 4# 722

accepted a position at the clinic. Lt. Porter is a pilot THURSDAY

Why Others Are HereBy with VP7.Veteran's. Junior p.m.Bldg.Choir. Rehearsal# 750 4

Young Adult Club 7 p.m.

L.J. MacDonald, CHC, USN Bldg. /## 722
CornerEditor's .Christian Science Service -
Johnny had been told that we are here in the world to help others.: 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
"Then," Johnny asked "What are the others here for?"
Johnny you have been given the correct information. Surely the .
most discontented and unhappy persons in the world are those who ( Note: Below are VA determines that it will not r-------iJ
live only for themselves. When a person tries to satisfy only authoritative' answers by the Veterans be-td your advantage, you will
themselves, they are never satisfied. Administration to some not.'be. changed to the_.neylaw.However .- Traf'icViolations
Our relationship to others is pictured by an exchange between of the many current questions once you cash&pension: J J
PrincessJulinana of the Netherlands and her mother. Watching a from former servicemen and' ,check payable.under the'newlaw: .
parade from the palace balcony in the Hague, the young Princess their families. Further infor- .you cannot thereafter change'your .
asked, "Do all those people belong to me?" "No, indeed, child" mation on veterans benefits may :election and revert back, to the old !I. [
replied Queen Wilhelmlria,' "we belong to all\hose (people." be obtained at any' VA office.) law. .
Your best source of happiness Is that of bringing happiness to Q -- I, am receiving a non- Q -= I was recentlydischargedf
others. Why others are here Johnny, is to help you and Its their service-connected disability roirohe Army and have appliedfor
loss unless they exercise this opportunity. pension from the Veterans Administration a _certificate of eligibility The following is a report of
'vehicle accidents and traffic -
and was under the from the Veterans Administration motor
impression that I would get violations for the period April
an for a G.I. home loan. The
Red increase starting In January 29-May 5.Number.
Cross forAssistanceYou home I'm Interested in isstill
1969. However, I am receivingthe under construction and has been of Accidents
same amount. Please ex- This Week . . seven
inspected periodically by the V A.
have probably seen some is always on call for emergencies plain.A 'Will the VA appraisal or guaranty Total accidents this year through
May 5 . . . 120
Red Cross people around NAS. during the weekends.holidays} and -- The new pension does of my loan constitute a ,
Do you have any idea what they after duty hours. We canbecon- not provide for automatic, guaranty as to.,the structural Number. of accidents through
do? A vague notion maybe? tacted through the NAS base across the board increases. soundness of the home? May 1968 . . 140
During the next few weeks, we operator. Pensions are now keyed to $100 A -- Neither the VA'appaisal Total umber of days since last
variations in income. This will Injury' In a motor vehicle accident -
are.going to try to increase your Visitors on the home nor the quaranty of
knowledge from a notion are welcome to.come cause an increase in pensionsfor loan will . . . 193
vague your consitute
by and visit us, or seeking in-. a guar-
to fact. Questions are most welcome formation. some, but no change for others anty that the house is perfectly Number of Violations
and will be answered just such as yourself. VA representatives constructed in all respects or This Week . . 46
as quickly as possible.Red (Editor's Note:Questions about will be happy ,to ,that'you Will be satisfied with the Speeding . . Seven
Red Cross services may be sub- explain the new pension system homejn Reckless Driving . .. one
Cross is important to us, mitted to the Jax Air News Building and answer any additional questions The every way.of the VA Going through stop sign .two
purpose Inspec-
and we believe in the organization One Ext.. 3118 or 3119, or you' may have.Q tion is to determine Otherviolations . 36
only that the
and what it is equipped to the
directly Red Cross Office
Thirty-three drivers -
am"a house is built appeared
do. -- I veteran of World in accordance with
Building 39, Ext. 2461 or 2427. before the Traffic Hearing
War It and will soon reach my the plans and specifications. By
For a starter meet our staff-- 65th birthday. Will be entitledto law, VA may only guarantee your Board on May 8. Dispositionof
Our Field Director is Paul Ctrractlon On a VA pension.A loan, not your home. Thus it the cases included the following -
Logan. A 15 veteranwithRed : Nine lost driving and
year -- You be eligible fora would, ,be wise for you to check
may
Cross Logan has been to parking privileges aboard station -
NASA with people
MeetingJax pension from the Veterans Ad- you can trust who
Korea Japan France England, ministration at 65 if know the, home building busi- for various periods 13 were
Germany Italy and Vietnam. -- The annual meeting and income from all age sources your does ness if you have any questions assigned to complete an eight-
; Assistant Field Director is election of officers of the Jacksonville not exceed $2,000 a year if you about the house itslf. VA rep- hour course in remedial driv-
George Willams. He is fairly Naval Air Station Association are single, or $3,200 a year if resentatives will be happy to ing; five received suspensions;
new with Red Cross. He is a will be held tomorrow you have one or more dependents. answer: any questions seven were given warnings;three
retired Air Force officer, and night at 7 p.m': In King Hall. A wife's income and the size of were dismissed.
has served in Vietnam. He is your estate are factors which I
Last week the Jax ,Air News
anticipating another tour in must also be considered. For
Vietnam, but this time as a Red inadvertantly published May 9 as further information and assis-
Cross worker. the evening for the meeting. tance, check with your nearestVA J.AX AIR NE S
Apologies are extended for .
any office.Q .
Miss LInday Payne, is also
inconvenience caused the
assistant field director. She has by er- -- Recently I received information -

had overseas duty In France. ror. on the new pension law The jAX AIR NEWS i is a Civilian
Germany and Spain, and'she will Tile main speaker willbe Walter and a card to fill out and returnto distributed each Enterprise Newspaper
soon be celebrating her sixth Williams Jacksonville, City the Veterans Administration. Jacksonville, Florida Thursday at the u. S. Naval Air Station,
anniversary with Red Cross. Councilman, who will speak on Must I fill out this card and return ruote firm. by the Holt Publishing Company, a
This part of the staff is knownas the subject, "Relationships between It to the VA? Must I electto NEWS All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
the Naval Air Station and accept the new law pension? must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Bo
"mobile career staff", and is 2, NAs'l
the Jacksonville City Govern- jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
subject to being moved wheneverand on Monday before pub-
IIcation.
ment. A -- You are not required to News ltems are welcomed ail .
wherever needed.
we maybe from sources Tele
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complete the card and return it phone 772 3118 or 3119.
The remainder our staff Preceding the meeting NASA to the VA or to accept the new
consists Ad.vertfsements
of Mrs. Sara Padgett administrative members have been invited to attend law pension. However It could are solicited .by the publisher and queries
"'.W;;:'1.?;, '"-. : assistant and Mrs. an association dinner at the. be to your 'advantage to fill ,out concerning such should be directed to:

'., David L. Scheibe, clerk-steno. Candlelight! Restaurant --beglnri- the card' being certain to reportall { The Holt Publishing Company c1\'tvd.
:11.': ;> Both ladles are permanent staff. ing at 5 p.m.Reservations. of your income, and return it Jacksonville, Fla. 32118 : 1950 Ilandl
' 'Ii# to the VA. The Information. you Telephone 388 27SS
Our office in Building 39, Is must bemadeth- submit will be examined 'very VOL. 27 NO a
open from 7:30 a.m. to4:30p.m., rough the secretary, Milton Edd- carefully. If you elect to accepta NAY IS, 196'
Monday through Friday. Oneof us ings at Ext. 2504. pension under the law, but the ..


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The Other End, Off the GVN

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40 Cecil' Pilots Live the DustY Uf of an Ack-Ack Conner
For A Day

By William R. Burkett, Jr.
Nearly a score of them, drawnup N'
on line twinforties of World 0.I .8
CAMP BLANDING, FLA War II vinage mounted on M-42
You could hear the guns going tracks. As the major backed his .
long before you got up to them, vehicle into a jeep-park behind
even above the grind of the little the firing line, the leftmost of
M-37 Army jeep and the slap of the guns opened up, a single ,
its canvas canopy in the wind. sharp Bop! and a tracer winged
The Army major driving kept downrange, vanished in the puffof
both hands carefully on the wheel an explosion. Then, Bop! ; q :
and eyes fixed on the mangled, Bop! Bop! in rapid succession, 4.y""
tracked road as the jeep fought walking the hits down into the ,
the deep sand. He'd pull well blackened target trucks. .a
over to let the occasional jeep, "this Is the 161st Air De-
three-quarter ton carrying rifle- fense Artillery Unit," said the
men, and once a tactical ambu- major, as his party swapped soft sny a,. a w'q';
lance with its dull red cross go headgear for steel combat hel- i
by. Finally, there was a bend in mets. "The gunners are Na-
the road, and off across a shell- tional Guardsmen from West IY@
chopped expanse of palmetto and Palm Beach, doing their summer rf ,'
sub-tropic foliage were low black raining. You can move anywhere
outlines -- tanks, trunks, APCs. along the firing line as long as 9 '
Farther around and suddenly you stay back of the guns." S. ; .
there were the guns, looming up Out past the small scale am-
abrubtly after miles of nothingbut mo dumps, under blowing canvas,
woods and occasional com- beneath the fire control tower, ..
mo wire strung along the ditch. around the range officer's posi- .,. SA .
tion. Sharp salutes exchangedup ; A43p
and down the line, combat 4'
RUDY'Sred boots covered with thick dust,
dull Army fatigue t4F
green every-
carpet inc. where. Stacked rifles -- also VFW, o, : rg '
World War II vintage -- grounded -
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combat gear, everybodyin
OPEN steel pots, all the officers and
24 HOURS I plenty of thevariousNCO'swearIng GENERAL GLEE..is exhibit.
web-belted 45s. One by ed by National Guard officersas
one and then two by two and then 161st twin >
FOREVER FINE FOOD several at a time, the forty zap a Oak Hill
SERVING THE FINEST crews opened up on the wrecked gunnery exercises
CHOICE FILET MIGNON
N.Y. STRIP-CLUB SPECIAL rolling stock placed down Blanding, Fla.
Center
SANDWICHES PREPAREDTO range. The muzzle blast of the from NAS Cecil I
YOUR SATISFACTION
BREAKFAST AT ANY HOUR gunnery kicked up clouds of sul- less sure of their
1203 So. Lane Aue.-781-9833 (Continued 6 am. 10 p.m.
on Page 10)) seeing antiaircraft
getting sharp. (
Photo) 2596.'s pick up & delivery

American & Foreign Cars
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Jacksonville and Cecil Field at the teen-club, and others have Thing", and contestants will do
teenage dependents now have the been scheduled to appear each exactly that. Teenage depen-
opportunity to "do their own Saturday from 7 to 11 p.m. dents who can sing, dance, play
thing" at the newly formed club The club has not yet been officially an instrument or yodell,are being
: Suggestions for a urged to enter the
r for the younger set at the Naval named. contest.
Hospital's Gator Den. groovey name are being acceptedby Arrangements for entering can
The club, operating justforthe the chaperones attending the be made by contacting Sandi Ottoat
,.a T { teeny-bopers, opened its doors Saturday afternoon and evening 771-1423.
about a month ago. Local bands, sessions. In the planning stages for the
such as the Roustabouts, Pepper- The club offers the talented set club are tennis and guitar instructions -
mint Confederacy and the Third the chance to do their own singing [ a piano, jukebox
Hand have already performedThe or playing their own instru- ping-pong and pool tables.A .
ments, during intermission. For
LII1{ NAS Garden Circle those who want to go a little snack bar which offers hamburgers -
\" invites all officers' wivesto further, and perform on stage, and other popular teen-
become a member of the arrangements can also be made age-type delicacies, has also
Jax Garden Club. New mem- for that. been installed.
AIRCREW WINGS AND CITATIONS-Morning bers will be welcomed at a The NARTU Officers Wivesare Local teeny-bopers are urgedto
VAP-62 were busy with presentations as Cdr. Flower Hat Luncheon at the sponsoring a talent show for "unite", and support the teen-
< raise club funds. club which has been opened with
the to
;, commanding officer Aircrew HAS Officers Club tomor- teenagers
presented wings to I It's called, ,"Do Tour Own themip' mind.,
Pritchett (far. I) and AT2 J.R. Colbert ((2nd I), row at noon. Reservationsmay
t. to ATftt'L.E.: Morgan ((2nd, r) and ADJ3 J.W. ( ) be made by calling
Pritcljeti' and Colbert are now qualified as Kitty Brian, 3897138. "
RA-3B.lfjorgan received his citation for his :
Jax MARINESBy
of the jMonth and Mercer was commended as Plane
the MM ClubSchedules

LCpL P.O. EdwardsThe

"/ BELLAIR SALUTES

Our Men and Women in Uniform! CPO Club "Big' Red"' .Softball team with a,four point sweep from the

....FOR A JOB WELL DON EU The Clubs' will be the week- wasted no time displaying their NATTC WAVES. John Mc-
might in the NATTC Intramural rolled 217 lead
end entertainers at the chief's Cole a to the
League last week when they
\ club tomorrow arid Saturday Marines.
\ evenings..' swooped'.to an opening game! ,vic- ", LITTLE LEAGUE
\ tory over the AO.. ulletsi 25-0.
Sandwiches lunchesare
or light
'.\ served'Monday.through,Friday Les Carroll, who'"chucks on 'The Marine Aviation Detachment -
with the' Chef Special each: .''the:weekends-for.Jax: :N ax3tiJired sponsored little league team
\ a no-hitter ,"at":thEf'" Massed grabbed its third win Monday
noon.A
.". surprise- happy hour is held.. AO's and:: wassuppori fDY an night with a 12-11 come-from-
I offensive blitz that'-'dialked up behind effort over Westside Atlantic -
day weekends.
every on
\; Menu specials except include pizzas for eleven runs, in the first l inning, Bank.
\ $.95 Thursdays; seafood platterfor 'coasting to the win;. ".- < The score was tied or changed
f $1.35 Friday; sirloin steak, Considering early season results hands seven times during the six
$1.65 Saturday; prime rib eye' the Marines'are.playing inning fray before a three-run
I steak, $1.45 Wednesday.. in the toughest of the two NATTC rally in the bottom of the sixth
intramural leagues. In six Inter- won it for the Marines.
Dining room hours are from 11 -
RMBJ FORCES league, the National Lea-
games
MY a.m. to 1:30p.m.., Saturday.and. Is'. unbeaten
a21)y noon until 9 Sunday. gue -by an American -
p.m. SPACIOUS fr PEACEFULMARSHALL
League foe.
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SATURDAY, MAY 17 Club hours are from 10 a.m. 5 VPOOL ACRES
........* ............ to midnight, Monday through 9354>> 103rd StreetJacksonville's
Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., TOURNEY :
Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. newest &
ZZ? CBY to midnight Sunday. MAD Special.Services expects most modern mobile home
to open its pool tourney today with community is now open for
Officers Club more than 25 Marines entered. your inspection. Large 44 x

BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS Tonight, Phil Cay and the Chan- First, second and third'place: 75', lots.
tells will provide music for dancing 'trophies} will be awarded individuals ONLY $35 PER MO.
from 7 to 11 p.m., and Go-Go and the Commanding Of- Swimming pool, tennis court
girls, Brenda and Audrey will ficer's Trophy will be presentedto shuffleboard court B n I Q
on stage. the school qr section'' of the pit t", picnic built for your en-
Friday night a shell, fin and winner. A school or unit'Which joyment. Act Today! Call:
" buffet is featured, including boasts a winner three consecu- EL VOUANO MOTOR COURT
wide variety seafoods.Adults tive times claims the !trophy! Mr., F. S. Martin, Manager
J enjoy the seafood buffet.for permanently.Registration. 359-2924
, and children under 12, $2. for thedoubleeli-
Saturday, the Pyramids will manation -- call your shot eight For Full Details
t the beat for the dance. ball-tourney is open.to both students -
. champagne special is the fea and permanent personnel. IrrrrrrrMOTORS---
of the night. Menu in-
I ., ,,.. J, ,. prime rib served "as BOWLINGThe
.f.tt tt. "
.. like it", baked potato, green "Devildogs" opened the

! .. 't.), ,"." and tossed salad. NATTC, summer bowling leagueservicemen
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K FAM. ROOM 8 k BR I Ia Will Reasonable V
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., .''' FRIDAY, MAY 16th 164 CHEVY.$690
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'. "_","". Stock Car Races13 Mile Oval 1 2 Dr., A/T.

I Model C-2 "I Gates',Open 6:00: P.M. Races Begin 8:30 P.M. 1 64 SIMCA. . $440

, Don't Just peek I open wide your eyes f you're not ( mimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimKmiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiima inaimiiiiiimiiiiinia.SUNDAY .. J u.,.._..""" 61 VW SUNROOF. $440
huge 19 foot family room is a dream come. true in this MAY Wh
beauty. Separate dining room, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-our 160 ANGLIA . $340 i iI
home Is fantastically low in price. 1/8 MILE'DRAG 26,000 miles I
Gates Open 2:00
: PM.
H*..-..-..-.....-"---mtmnin Eliminations... "U"",mi"",_ 4:00-P: .M-. 59 IMPALA. . $280 I

$12,000$16,000Clay 186 PECANPAR1CROAD' 55 VW SEDAN. $290 1

County's Only Completely! PLANNED f" 95 North to Pecan Park Road - - I

: ELL : :: (First Right Exit Beyond New Airport' j We Buy-SeII.Finance


:SOME: : : :BUILDERS: : I
A / 16566 Normandy
You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your .
SKKJKK 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blending Boulevard (Hwy. PRA<5 STRIP: j Boulevard I II i

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Armed Forces DayStatement Incentive Awards Program Revisions



Become Effective July 1, Says CSC

By Chairman Robert E. HamptonU.S.
Civil Service Commission Significant revisions will be to those that directly contributeto eliminate many cases of insigni-
made in the government wide economy or efficiency, or directly ficant awards for very minimal
Armed Forces Day will be observed throughout the Na- Incentive Awards program effective increase effectiveness in benefits which have been tar-
tion Saturday, May 17, 1969. The theme of emphasis will July 1, according toChair- carrying out the agency mission. gets of criticism in the past.
be Forces for Freedom, and numerous commands, units man Robert E. Hampton of the U. This means suggestions that save Superior Achievement AwardsThe
and installations will make a Report to the Nation on the S. Civil Service Commission. man-hours, materials, supplies,
readiness and posture of our Armed Forces. Changes designed to stream- equipment or money, and those 00regulations also require -
I salute the members of our Armed Forces, and the mil- line and clarify the program and that significantly benefit the qua- managers to set up syste-
to help achieve consistency a- Ity or functions of a governent matic reviews to Identify the
lion and a quarter Civil Servants who support the military that showsuperior
mong agencies in its administration service. operational programs
establishment at home and around the world. Wherever are proposed in two of its The purpose of the limitationis results and In turn, to
work in offices laboratories factories, or mili- and reward these Individuals -
they -- principal functions -- awards for to encourage employee alert- Identify
tary bases -- civilian employees of the Department of superior job achievements. ness to, and interest in, improving or groups whose efforts
Defense may take pride in the knowledge that they are "bound incentive systems reward the actual service renderedby produced the favorable results.
invaluable partners of our uniformed Forces for Freedom. employees and managementalike the agency particularly on the The object Is for managementsto
civil of those whose work gives base award actions on objec- \
Federal
I encourage all citizens and especially all Hampton aid. "Changes part
servants, to honor our defense team by attending local in the Federal program should them the opportunity for daytoday tive hievement evidence and of thereby successful reduce ac- <
speed decisions, make awards observations of a particular -
observances of Armed Forces Day. complaints of undeserved a- 1
more relevant and Improve understanding process or operation.The
favoritism. The -
wards and management
of how they are de- resulting reduced volumeof
review is intended to
AnnouncedMerit termined." award cases will help to effect -
Openings supplement, rather than supercede -
decisionand
Suggestion Awards prompt processing, the responsibility of the

promotion opportunities Civilian Personnel Office. The commission advocates The reply.commission's revised re- first-line supervisothto make i

currently open for receipt of application The Interagency Board of U.S. confining the scope of cash a- regulations on cash awards will, award recommendatlqji"
are listed below. The Civil Service Examiners for The terms Speci l Achieve-
wards for employee suggestions for adopted suggestions raise the
area of consideration and the Florida has Issued the follow- minimum award level and the ment Awards" will cover all
of each shown. fill posi- kinds of awards other han those
closing date are ing announcement to minimum level of benefits required -
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade tions primarily in Jacksonville, REFUCC woe OH PRAYED for award. The mini- for adopted suggestf Ins. It will
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. but also at other locations ELECTRICAL @ORDi..wNfoiP mum award will be $25. basedon replace various terms previouslyIn
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled throughout Florida. benefits of$250.;agencies may use, such as "sustained superior -
positions pay level seven and below Aircraft Trades (Workers and adopt\ higher minimums of $50 performance award" or"
and MPB No. 83-67 Plan B or Mechanics Levels as follows: or $100 with corresponding special act or service award.
all skilled positions pay level Aircraft engines, preservation, The commission recommendsthat
seven and above. Area of con- electrical systems, welder, ordnance higher benefit requirements.The performance evaluation pro-
sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU, systems, airframes, minimum awards are based on 10 cesses should Include consideration -
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT electronic system, metals, instruments per cent of tangible benefits, up for awards. The intent againIs
Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- ground equipment and .../ tin SMoacma'TWTHMATADOR // to benefits of $1,000. Above that to relate the award processto
sary StoresNavyRecruitingStation instruments (electronics). amount, the current award scale objective decisions based on
Disease Vector Control based on 5 per cent of benefits, performance standards thereby
Center and Resident Storage Of- will continue. The larger a- provJding greater equity ingrant-
fice, Jacksonville. Applicationsfor wards will increase the signi- Ing awards and helping to assure
these positions will be accepted 1 ficance of the award both to the awards based on results that employees
and the awardee and will
time. A agency understand.
at any separate
application must be filed for each p.
P A R f M E .N :
position in which interested.
MPB No. 5-69 Industrial Engi-

neer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof w ONLY 2'j' MILES MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
consideration:Nationwide.applications -
for this position will NAS JAX MAIN GATE Ranks AgesLOW
be accepted until the needs of the
service are met.

MPB No.GS-9 56-69 and Mechanical 11. Area Engineer of- 1 1,1 2 ft 3 Itdroon ApartHMfs Iron RATES

consideration: Nationwide. Applications $138 Month
for this position will EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS
be accepted through the close o''' Offeriif I maximum of 11,11' spice

business MPB No.June 58-69 12. Systems Ac- dill privacy !II ai Ideal location t.

countant GS-11. Area of con-
sideration: Sixth Naval District. ....quiet.. ristlc ORANGE PARK
Applications for this position will FREE-golf at private country club CONTINENTAL INSURANCE
be accepted through the close of Club sized swimming pool .Central Heat and Air,Conditioning -
business May 27. with Cabanas. and children', poolslde Disposal, Dhhwa.heu.phone. range and oven byQ.E. UNDERWRITERS INC.
MPB No. 59-69 Digital Com- swimming pool ,
puter Systems Operator GS-5 and .Front and rear entrances .ing Plenty room of closets closet in with master dress (Formerly Me Doug all's Insurance)

7. Area of considerationNationwide. Wall to Wall Carpeting bedroom 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676Call
Applications for this position Us Anytime
will be accepted throughthe 741 HWY. 17 So-ORANGE PARK-264-2815
15.
close of business June
MPB No. 61-69 SupervisorySales 1
Stove Checker GS-4. Areaof

consideration: NAS NARF, :
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU
LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy ATTENTIONJAX _
Commissary Stores Navy Re-
cruiting Station, Disease Vecto -
control center and Resident NAS
Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications !
for this position will CIVILIANEMPLOYEES _

be accepted through the close of __ __

business May 29. &
For further Information regarding FOR & -
SPACE
THIS !
.these positions, see the WATCH
copies of the bulletins or announcements -
or call Ext. 2320, PAYROLL '
SWING/ WITH A
Rating and Examining Branch DEDUCTIONPLANS



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I Maximum Seaworthiness Was Goal of 'Nannies'Continued -


( from last week) ,,. c
pusher propeller, were ,mounted ships in a radius, of up to 25 ,TP '
(Editor's Note: This is the above the hull along the center miles. In addition, they were also
second in a series of articles line of the plane. equipped with a special "bub-
about the nest aircraft to fly The planes were 68 feet, 3 ble" sextant designed by Com-
the Atlantic.) and one half inches long. Each mander LCdr. Richard E..Byrd of
The original plans called for had nine 200 gallon, welded sheet Polar Expedition fame. 3 4:
the maximum of seaworthinessalong aluminum gasoline tanks, weigh- The "Nancies" were designedfor
with sufficient enduranceto ing 70 pounds each, giving a a water speed of up to 60 .
fly across the Atlantic to total gasoline capacity of 1800 miles per hour and flying speedof
the anti submarine bases in gallons. The useful load of the 90 miles per hour.
France and the United Kingdom.The plane was 12,000 poundsfar The first four planes were
boats were to be capableof greater than that of the contem- completed and flown on Oct. 4,
carrying heavy depth charges, porary Handley Page Bomber 1918, and early tests quickly
and because it was anticipatedthat being employed by the British proved their maneuver ability and y i;
they would be attacked in in night saturation bombing. seaworthiness. Though the Ar- a g
the air by enemy aircraft, they WatertightThe mistice precluded the necessityof
were to carry a large batteryof hull was 45-feet long and completing the planes for original -
machine guns. covering every had a 10-foot beam. Five bulk- war purposes, work was
angle of fire. heads divided the hull into six continued and Rockaway,N.Y.be-
To complete their protectiona watertight compartments with came a center':of news interestas
unique tail assembly was plan,. watertight doors and a wing pas- word of the projected transAtlantic -
ned carrying the tail high above sage furnishing access from one attempt leaked out. &
the water and making possiblethe part of the hull to another.These Three of the four NC-4's were' y
installation of a tail gun. would prevent the ship from sink- commissioned in a formal cere-
The preliminary plans were ing from ordinary damage to the mony at Rockaway on May 2,
drawn byJ ichardson and Hun- 1919, the first planes so honored. BEYOND OUR TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIESThafswhat
saker Jp" he Navy Department, hull.The keep was especially made Due to a fire in the hangar, they said about this KC-4 before she was built. In flight
and the.t task of perfecting the of Sitka spruce,the bottom plank- the NC-2 had to be cannibal- over Rockway Naval, Air Station, the aircraft reflects the stub-
plans $ building the planeswas ing of tough but lightweight Span- ized for parts for the other three. born determination of her designers, builders:and crew to makea
turpecI J over to the Curtiss ish cedar. Commander John H. Towerswas flight across the Atlantic more than just a dream..
Aeroplane and Motor Corporationof The tail was biplane, looking placed in command of the I'
Buffalo, N.Y. much like an ordinary airplane, flag-ship, the NC-3, and given miles of the long' hop to, the equipped with bow flares for
4-Motor BIplanesThe but actually twice as large as the rank of commander of a destroyer Azores. Together with every emergency night landings.
planes finally built were the contemporary single-seated division. fourth destroyer, they acted as The three planes took off early
four motor bi-planes with a wing Army fighter. The wingtips were Route Chosen' meteorological.ships to take wea- the morning: of May 6, 1919
span of 125 feet for the upper equipped with floats similar to There were many''' possible ther observations for the flight, for Halifax, Nova Scotia. The
wing and 94 feet for the lower. those used on modern seaplanes.The routes across the Atlantic and one and to keep the planes informedof NC-1.and NC-3 arrived on schedule -
Two of the four 400 horsepowermotors planes were equipped with after the other Were eliminated.The :wind conditions.verystajionship ; but found that two propellorshad
were installed in stream-, radio receivers, and with trans route via Newfoundland, the ,was equipped with search- started to split. The NC-4,
lined nacelles mounted alongsidethe mitters good for up to 200 miles. Azores, Lisbon and England was lights, star shells.and direction-: however, was barely out of sightof
fuselage between the wings. They were also equippedwithradio finally chosen because it offerednot finding wireless. Cape Cod when the oil pres-
The other two, one with a trac- telephones for talking to other only the shortest hops but By day their smoke would not sure in one engine failed; the '
tor porpeller and the other a planes in the formation or to also the smallest areas of un- only mark the course but would crew' continued on the other three.
I. certain weather. indicate the true surface wind. The.forward engine threw a con- .
BANK AMERICARD.AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARD OIL Sixty eight destroyers were At night their searchlights were necting rod, and the plane was
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foundland, to the Azores and thenon Radio equipment on" both ships change of engines she took off
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and full facilities for emergency any of the .'planes were forced the other two planes taxiing back .
) car washIfffulif repairs. Five battleships were down. from a vain attempt to take off
assigned to stations every 400 Each of the planes,, was also for the long hop to the Azores.- .* *- ,
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{iNAS:: Jacksonville -Nursery Asks Parents AssistanceSummer i



vacation Is just around that should be followed. One of phone number where they can be Bottles and jars must be marked Mild disciplinary' measures suchas
the corner and the Naval Air the most important concerns the reached in the event of an emer- with the child's name. restricted play may be taken
Station nursery is preparing for health of the children. Prior to gency and they are responsiblefor Free diaper service is available however, and if the child con-
i busier days. Parents can help admission for the first time a calling for their child im- but one extra: diaper must tinues disobeying rules, he will
i the nursery to do a more efficient child must have a certificate of mediatly upon notification. be brought by the parents for the not be admitted.
job by learning the rules medical examintion and 'im- Children must be at least six child's departure.If Parents are reminded that
s the nursery must follow to maintain munizations. A child will be weeks old before they will be hurricane securitcon- children with skin rash fever or
a creative educational andy checked in and out at the attendants -' admitted. dition twois' put into effect, parents evidence of communicable
safe atmosphere. desk arrival and call for their child- a
upon There are several regulationsthat must
disease shall not be accepted for
The nursery was founded by the departure. Each child will be "must'be adhered to,to insure ren immediately. The nursery care.
Navy Wives Club Jax 86 as a inspected for illness daily before safety and to provide extra con- super'isor'ill Inform the parents for the
non-profit organizaton. Rates he or she may enter agroupof venience and care for the child- by telephone whenthis con- The XAS nurseris
are established for the procure- children. This rule is for the ren. If an infant is on formulaor dition is ordered.All convenience of personnel working -
ment of nursery equipment and protection of all the children. It baby food he or she must be personnel working at the i on the air station and can be
operating expenses. applies.to everyone. brought to the nursery at least nursery are required to know of assistance to parents and fun
I., There are a few simple rules Parents must leave a tele- one hour prior to feeding time. the fire regulations and.drills are for the children.
held at least once a month. The It is most important that all
children should be instructed in regulations be followed to make
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parents. The nursery will not administer and a worry-free one for the

(4JJQALE DAYS corporal punishment. parents.


w'1 A Hole in The Ocean? I


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Many and varied are the mis- The U.S. Geological Survey is -
3 BIG sions of Patrol Squadron 16 but interested in their "leak! 'ln the
uantic never before last Tuesday had Atlantic to help determi?future
the "Eagles"been sent in searchof fresh water supplies forterth -
a hole in the ocean. east Florida. The spri gls described -
I ,. DAYS Actually the unusual task which as an egg stt p&d\ 'hole
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.- GUNS .{Continued. !: .from Page 3))) ,., ; .,-.At'" "':" .-.,.: : '" ft. ,' ,
eyes and binoculars tracked the At the invitation of the Guards' ,*: atr essiyetaxget) ? for the sold-.
slate sky. men some of the aviators mannedone iers to practice on. .
Into the stillness seeped the of the batteries for a passat "Do you ever hit those
high pitched drone of a small the drone. They missed, too- drones?*' a Guardsman was'asked. -
aerial motor, and a stubby agile though whether their heart. was '
radio controlled drone did a flyby In It, they woudn't say.
of the firing line, banked, and "It's not easy to shoot one "Hell, yes I" was the firm
started, coming back. The talk- down," said Commander Ray- reply.uI hit two or three of
er on the rightmost phone said. mond Atherton. "And that makesme 'em myself already. Or maybeit
: "Get Ready! and halfcrouched feel better." He is Air Op- was four. It gets old after
in response to his own com- erations Officer for Carrier Air the first couple, and I stopped
Wing Ten at Cecil.and a Veteran counting." (Photographi evidence -
mand, phone clamped to his ear. of 71 combat missions from the by Guard information
The forties moved out, pickedup catapaults of the USS INTRE specialists bore him out).
the returning target and began PID. This week -- minus live And Atherton's reaction to the
to track smoothly along its ammunition on either side -- the Forties? "It was fine to fire
iyk y line of flight. The fire command Navy men will add some spiceto their guns," he said. "But It'sa
was lost in the bark of the first the Guard's training by fly- lot more fun to be in the air."
44J round, and a tracer looped up ing down to dust off a few of their He could have added, one felt,
at,the speeding drone. High, be- favorite flak suppressor man- especially fun when every -
hind. It seemed a long time be- euvers while providing actively body's burning blanks.'

GUNNER..Commander Atherton tries his hand (National Guard fore the second tracer, but the ........-. _. \ ....; '" ..... -t', third one chased its tail up ".'" .,; '>;\
Photo ,
) there. Low, ahead; high. Now ,., .. f 'tN.;" ,' < ":,!,
other guns were firing stitching ,, > > r }';.. \' '...>
little black flowers of flak across \
the sky. The stitching was get
F ai ting closer sewn when the drone
F flew beyond the left side of the ',- .1
3Yi -I range and eluded the last futile :
11 shell in a mocking climb.
There came an awkward,tense
pause as the drone came back
around, the gunners hunkeringmore
E : determinedly their guns.
Said an observer wearing a
camoflaged steel helmet and kha-
kis mounting the gold wings of a
7 r? _
: { ; Navy pilot, "I'm rooting for
the drone."
Lt Then the guns opened again,and

this_time they were really throwing TWIN FORTI ES...manned by National l Guardsmen Navy pilotsgo
ordnance up there, but it
+f h f ,( was all wide. Some looked wider into action (Navy Photo)

AI __ than the first time. It was, aft-
er all, the first time that old
forties had been heard at Camp -
Blanding since the cessation_ a e 0
.
hostilities in 1945. The Navy __ 9
.n flier pulling for the drone was
A one of 40 veteranNASCecilaviators .4
who have been on the wrong
end of antiaircraft fire in South-
east Asia, and were being hosted
PASS THE AMMUNITION..was the order of the day for 161st by the Guardsmen to look at things r s P a, iMNNMNNIMNINMNINNMNMNNMNNNNNNN
(National Guard Photo) .. from the other end of the gunsight.

... Maj. Gen. Henry W. McMillan,
adjutant general of "Florida, had'
previously opened the current

training session by getting in a
few bursts himself at the quick -
!'-- Gettln- moving(drone.

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... THE )lUBderNew[ MdHagemeat I anniversary of the Navy Nurse

//I1A Corps are (L-R) Capt. W. Tur-

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ScheduleMovies WANT AD SECTION $2,000 equity low interest- 771-3950.- 5 3/4"/0- ,

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There will also be a kiddie mati- Florida' 32210, to arrive' not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday. Credit Clerk or public contact.
nee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular Ads arriving' instructed or this deadline will' be published the following' week unless the Must be fast, accurate typist &
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Hospital Theater willhave Do Not Soid Cash
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: THE obligation. A-l MUSIC CENTER. BRANDS HOSE $6.50
MOUNTAIN" starring Teddy Ec- tary-Free Notary. 1606 Main Street. 6110 Q3rd() St.. Dealer Ph. 771-
des and Ted Bikel. Color Out- 5028.
door Adventure. G/E ((108 mins.)

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SUNDAY, May 18 1OO GUARANTEE formation. '
IN CLAY COUNTY

NAS: "BARBARELLA" star- We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inapertion. Big Branch Rd., 5 Acres 10
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced
ring Jane Fonda and John Phillip that needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the everything repair or 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
Law. Color Comedy. A/VG ((98 replacement of all major mechanical parts* for 30 days or 1000 modern trailers & Apts. 389- 282-5272 or 2825224.ZIG .
,mins.) miles. Come on In and double check. 3007. -

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MOUNTAIN" ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM SEWING MACHINE Original
WIL-MAR APARTMENTS
Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes but-
MONDAY, May 19 Near NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of
69 VW Fastback $2395 Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. tonholes, sews on buttons,
NAS: "TRYGON FACTOR"starrng decorative designs, ,
Radio, heater, automatic transmission. 2 Br LR monograms
Apts. Newly painted, ,
Stewart Granger and etc., Just pay balance $25 at
Robert Morley. Color Drama. 67 PONTIAC Firebird $1995 Water Kit Furn. Nook& 2 Car parking includ. $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
Sewage
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67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1995Radio 387-2541 389-0744., nites or weekends call 1606 Main St.

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chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
$34.50 Cash $6 Mo. $300 Dwn $114 Mo.
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6110 103rd St. Ph. 7715028.
2-door Hardtop, Radio! heater, Blue.
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Avail. 1 June 388-8018. 1965 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN
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8269.
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Early American Sofa$50.2 small 4375 after 5 p.m.
Thru
Monday Friday electric fans. Call 772-8448.

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Intramural Fliers Drop Three;



SportsBowling Even Season RecordJax

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The Jax Fliers Cunningham (VP-16)) and
-- Navy Terry
The bowling team of the VP-5
headed north last weekend to one more In the sixth. Moody
MAD FOXES "turkeyed out" the
AFB Ga. tallied in the fifth and the
Moody at Valdosta one
last five matches of the seasonto
and ran into "stick and glove" sixth on three Jax errors and it
win the American League
problems dropping three of four was all over as the Fliers went
championship. Winning the last
the seventh
games. down in order in
five matches the Foxes
an
gave The Fliers edged out a one run dropping_a 6 to 4 decision.
overall record of 36 won
games
against 12 losses. Members of victory in the opener of double- Close Doesn't Count
header Friday night, 4 to 3, but
the team are: Lt. Nicoletti, could only relish their glory Von McClure toed the rubberIn
Lt. Shaffer, Lt. Langley, PN1 for a short while as the Moody the final game trying to earn
Lacerna, YN1 Young, PN2 Pen- w Jets bounced back to take the split for Jax and gave up only
berthy, YNSN Lunger, and the 4 1, second game 6 to 5. three hits and one run but it
teams co captains PN3 Denni- t In the opener the Fliers com- was more than the Fliers could
son and YN3 Apollo. bined seven hits, the most they equal as they fell 1 to 0.
Patrol Squadron Five is com- were to get in the series, and The Fliers dropped three of
manded by Cdr. H. C. Abelein, i 3:? fL4 "rows ____ turned them into four runs. The four games at Moody by a total

USN. r ____ Jax nine jumped off to an earlytwo of four runs in the three games
run lead in the first as shortstop which evened their season record -
Softball Ken Winkle(NARTU) singled at 66.
Hospital bombed Air Ops in ,f and third baseman Ken Oliver This weekend the Fliers play
National League action 18-1 as (NARTU) walked and both scoredon two local clubs from the Jack-
Howard Guidry picked up the win ; a single by Ron Mensinger sonville City League startingat
for Hospital not allowing an earn- .I 7 i4 (VP-16)). The Fliers scored a- 7 p.m. Friday when they
ed ruHjtfcile. fanning three. gain in the fourth after catcher host Painter's Poultry at Mack-
Hospital pushed across half of Bob Troxel led off with a triple roth Field. Saturday's nocturnal
their runs on "boots" by Air TOP SHOOTERS-MAD Pistol team presents Lt. Col. R.P. and scored on a passed ball giving attraction brings Roman Spa to
Ops andit, was more than enough Eckmann, MAD commanding officer, with championship trophyfor Jax a one run lead. Moody NAS Jax to play the Fliers in a
combined 1 with the nine earned spring intramural competition. came right back in their half of doubleheader starting at 7 p.m.
runs to humiliate the out of con- the fourth and tied it up on spotty
trol air ontrolmen._ Mike Douglas MAD Takes Pistol CrownJax fielding plays by Jax and the game cx apa
Willie Durkin and "Moon" stayed notched 3 to 3 until the
Mullins are leading the Hospital seventh. With two out in the last HONDAMeters
hitters at a .600 clip for the -- The Spring Intramural teams participating, received a inning Winkle again singled and
season. Pistol League trophies were a- team trophy and team members scored after stealing second anda
Winning coaches are asked to warded Monday by Capt. B.W. received individual awards. hit by Oliver. Moody applied ft Cycles Co.
call the Jax Air News ((3118)or ) Dean, NAS executive officer, to Members of the champion MAD the pressure in the seventhby
the Athletic Dept. ((3239)) with first place MAD and runner-up team are: R.R. Kinnel (Capt.), getting two men on but pitcher 4949 Blanding 771.8244
the results of all games so they NAS Armory.The J.A. Shipley C. Sperounis, R. Von McClure (NARTU) handcuffed -
can be published. top two teams, among 11 Partridge, C.G. Knutson, and the Jets and he Flierswon
K.L. Yoak. 4 to 3. McClure fanned 11
J I Runner up NAS Armory team in winning his third game of the
members are: G.L. French season.
(Capt.), T.C. James, I.TU. Henry,
STOP money' worries R.L. Dunn and M.L. Williams. RoundtripperIn iiiTIME

r.vo Two individual awards to the the second game Friday the
high shooters from each team Fliers went into the sixth down
went to Kinnel of MAD and Wil- 4-2 but three walks and three
.'JI liams of NAS Armory. wild pitches by the Jets pitcher *

evened it up. In the Fliers !
iv seventh center fielder Bob Kicie-

,. i Golf StaldillS linski (FAW-11)) got on after the
--- right fielder dropped a fly ball
-
: : -- American and scored later on an infield What's that?

:;. error giving Jax a one.run lead Enjoy
''I'I.. I... VP-7 5.5-.5 going into the bottom of the final Summertime*
\ ;;" AIC Maint 6-2 inning. In the Jets half of the at the lovely
: ; ,( NARTU 5-4 frame Flier hurler Paul Swaim .M. new Tiki[
.
'. ; : .. ,., Hospital #1 4.5-3.5 (NA TTC) had Moody shortstop apartments2V4 t
,
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'"' : AP-62 4.5-3.5 Lenny Laws in the hole with two -
:, Par Scramblers 3.5-5.5 strikes and two out with a man KQtes South
Hospital #2 1-6 on first and Law dropped it into of NAS on US 17
VP-5 1-6 deep right field and circled the ORANGE PARK
GO with the helping hand National bases with a home run giving PH 264-4263
Moody a 6 to 5 win.
FAW-l1 4-2
Alc Maint #1.' 5-3 No Stick SaturdayIn

VW-4 5-3 Saturday's opener Moody

Caduceus 4-3 leaped on Les Carroll (MAD) THIS WEEK'S
; AETU 3-3 for four big runs in the third as
Data Techs 2-4 Carroll yielded three hits and a SPECIALS
NARF 2-5 free pass plus two Jax errors MH(4MIMI mHHM
VP-16 1-3 giving the Fliers an uphill battle.
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F Softball Schedule I Track MeetPostponed KornerBy 9 9Kal's



Field Time Date Teams
JOSN Brent KallestadIt
Hospital 5 p.m May 19 ComFairJax vs VP-5
Jax -- The NAS 9 Track and
Hospital Mackroth 7 5 p.m May 19 AETU vs Admin Field Meet originally scheduled undoubtedly! would seem out-of-place to speak of gala western
Com Off Mess Ale Maint.
Mackroth 7 p.m. May 19 vs for Tuesday, May 20, has been e\ents in the balmy climes of this particular state, but nonetheless' -.
p.m. May 19 VP-16 vs VAP-62 tentatively set back until June 3. Sunday you will be able to see a real-li\e rodeo. should you decide -
Enterprise 5 p.m. May 19 Medical vs MARTD Necessary equipment for pole to jaunt down to Rainbow Springs.
vaulting and high jumping has
Due to a change in dates of the NAS Track Meet the June 3 National not arrived and participants in If you're originally a resident
League games will be played May 20. this event would be handicappeddue of the plains Rocky Mountain or You have an opportunity
to lack of practice time pro- southwestern states you'\e pro-. June 18 to see a Class 'A'
Hospital 5 p.m. May 20 Commun: vs FICEUR vided for them. The Jax Air bably been exposed: to this exciting Southern League game between
Hospital 7 p.m. May 20 Hospital (bye) News will give notice when the bone-crunching sport al- Savannah (farm club of the As-
Mackroth 5 p.m. May 20 VW-4 vs NARTU equipment is available for prac- ready. tros and Senators) and the Birmingham
Mackroth 7 p.m May 20 VP-7 vs 679th ticing. Roping, steer wrestling and A's at Wolfson Park in
The ComFairJax Track and barrel racing are on the agenda the Gator Bowl complex.
Hospital 5 p.m. May 21 VP-5 vs MARTD Field Meet, set for May 27, for Sunday's 1:30 p.m. affair --
Hospital 7 p.m. May 21 ComFairJax vs FAETU will also be postponed for the which incidentally is the first
Mackroth 5 p.m. May 21 AP-62 vs Medical same reason and will be run rodeo ever held at Rainbow
Mackroth 7 p.m. May 21 Ale Maint. vs VP-16 as a duel meet June 3 with the Springs.
Enterprise 5 p.m. May 21 Admin vs ComOCf Mess NAS Jax' meet.Intramural This would be an avenue or SIt DP Boat
softball games relaxation -- especially tfyou''enever
Hospital !5 p.q1. May 22 Air Ops vs VP-7 Scheduled for June 3 in the National witnessed a similar spec-
7 May 22 tacle before -- and a fine family
Hospital p.m. FICElJR vs 679th League will be played Chickra Dinners
Mackroth 5 p.m. May 22 Commun vs VW-4 Tuesday, May 20, an open dateon outing.
French :",1.., Roll te.SI.wI1o
Mackroth 7 p.m. May 22 NARTlT vs Hospital the schedule because of thetrack Rainbow Springs lies a few .
Enterprise 5 p.m. May 22 VP-5 vs AP-G2 meet. minutes west of 1-75 in the Dun- .rJpieeee
Softball nellon-Ocala area. $ 1 85

VAPPER NO HITTER BASEBALLArea..stationed 2t419ee.
Bowling Standings servicemen CHICKEN U1'
Sax -- Don Colvin of VAP-62 American interested in baseball are pro- In BOXESBUCKErspkftfeELSSEAFOOD
shutout FAETU with a nohitterin AP-62 League 4-0 bably already feeling the pangsof T&til!
American League intramural PlayoffsJax VP-5 ,'. '" (, ... 3-1 not having a pro club in Jack- 4621 SAV JUAN AE. 384-2386
W1; .
action Monday night while his MARTh "" ,{ : 3-1 sonville.

Bob teammates Blauvelt collected had the 110 big runs.blastof pions' In--the The Jax"'four Bowling'league League cham- ComFaidax'Admin 2.2 3-1 :::::;.........:....:..... .;.;.;.;.;.w:.:, '".;.;:;.:;:.:oj; ;.;.; ;.;......:.:.>:.:........... ....:ov1jj :: .:.:::
the evening with a two. run will AETU ,' : 2-2 \} WESCONNETT
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homer for the Vappers-*who are tournament open starting at '5 p.m. VP-16 2..2 \.... .:.:.:.:.:.:-;.:.:.:.:.:.:-:-:......:.:.:.:.:::.......:-:.:.:.;..........:.:<<-;........... :.:.;.;>.....:. .:.;oo..yw.wo... .. "'........-..;>......:.:.\.\.
undefeated in five games.,.. Wednesday,. May 21. ComOffMess 1-3 Mum HILL IuII1t
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for first place at the end of regular National Le.ague'FICEUR mlt t. NEW & USED TV SETS mMmr
FICEUR remained undefeatedin .
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National League action by ental league and played off Monday "- 4-0 t m J
downing once defeated Hospital 5 I night with Weapons taking the NARTU 4-0 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER
to 0 behind the one-hit pitchingof crown by downing the Chokers 3- VP-7 3-1 11 ti Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms I
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People !eThe HAS CECIL Mayor HansG. Petty Officers Club luncheon last hubby, a PR2 with A-82, as he Team Captain Gy James Rud-
Tanzler Jr. above, left, of week. Mrs. Geraldine R. Col- shipped over in ceremonies last man for a job well done, as team
NewsJAX'S the Bold New City of the South, lins, second from left, of the week. another VA-82 petty officer members Sgt. Robert S. Waters,
was guest speaker at the ChiefS Cecil Dental Clinic, received a ADJ1 Don Foulk, retired Sgt. Paul G. Rumbley and Cpl. .
superior( accomplishment award this week in other ceremonieshere. Charles Zimmerman looked on.
GREATEST ., from Capt. E.G. Hutton, Cecil The Leatherneck marksmen won
FURNITURE '-.o--/:::';>: ,' Dental Officer. It looks as if Below, Major H.C. Sanford, 56 trophies on their recent road
?'' Mrs Frank McGill has a secret, skipper of the Cecil Marines trip. The trip began in Miami,
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NO FISH STORY..but fact, is the nine-pound red salt water
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iserviceman of- the Quarter campaign drives. His strong motivation graduation. He t emphasized the
honors for the first quarter of toward the Savings Bond most Important goal Is buildingthe CARS
1969 have been won by A01 Program prompted him to volunteer character for this is'hat
Richard J. Brissette of the Aviation as the 1969 Savings Bond sustains men under difficult and !
Ordnanceman School. Petty Officer for approximately trying conditions.AN AND "
Capt. R. P. Kline,commanding 200 students.\ Carl L. Weiler was honor-
officer, presented him with a$50 The( fact that Brissette was recently man of the class with an average
savings bond and a Letter of Com- promoted to A01 with less of 94.33. Company Commanderwas DEALS !
mendation during a ceremony in than four years of service is ADJAN Daniel A. Goings,
the Captains Office Friday. considered particularly note 91.54 and the Platoon Com -
Brissette, who reported to the worthy. He is definitely a car- mander AMHAN James R. 1550 CASSA T'A VEN
Naval Air Technical Training eer man and has aspirations for Swisher, completed the course
Center in July 1968, has
per- advancement to officer status. with a 91.53.
Petty Officer Brissette has Weiler is assigned to AE Sup-
pursued his education throughoff port and works in the Electronics 69 CUTLASS "S"2Door
duty university and USAFI Shop repairing test equipment.
courses In a continuing effortto Prior to coming to NATTC six Hardtop
expand his field of knowledge.He weeks ago he attended AT "A" "350" Rocket V-8, Factory Air.
takes an active Interest in school In Memphis, Tenn. Console Auto, trans.:' Power
community affairs and residesin
Orange Park. steering. R&H. backet seats $3195
4 000 flftiies Matador red ..
VP 4S
Leadership School WIVES CLUB

Leadership graduation cere 68 CAMARO .
The Enlisted Wives Club
monies for Class 90 "C" were
Y'i held in front of King Hall Fri! of Patrol Squadron 45 will Coupe ,
i/ -$ day. Capt. Kline presented dip- hold a meeting at the Blue ".327M V-8 auto trans., factory I
: lomas to 18 students from Cecil Jackets Inn, Tuesday, 7:30 air, power steering white wall :
Field NAS and NATTC.In p.m. The feature for the tires, R&H. Balance of new car a
his speech to the students, evening will be a wig show: warranty Grotto blue. $2595
Capt. Kline congratulated themon All enlisted wives of the

the the course successful and also completion for the fine of squadron are invited. 68 IMPALA
a t
they at the
appearance presented
Brissette Super Sport
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396 V-8 3Speed tufbohydramaUc -
formed his duties as an instructor :
in the operation and trouble- DON'T SQUINT IJ1iI console shift
shooting of extremely complex bucket seats factory air $2795
missiles in an exemplary and STOP FADING, GLARE AND NEAT WITH noubit :>owtr; R&H
professional manner llehas unselfishly -
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hours to his students and con-
siders their problems and anxieties II
of the utmost importance.His .
dynamic personality, intense 4-Door Sedan, "318" V-8, auto.
enthusiasm and devotionto GLASS TINTING trans., factory air, power steering $1595
duty have been an inspirationto R&H.

In his addition associates.to being an excel- 8* *249S af
'lent instructor Brissette has
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