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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1969
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Published' by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f fl cia expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 9 U. $. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 22 $1969

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kick off Project "GO" (Guidance opportunities for high "
Operation) was held May 15 school and junior college graduates -
for guidance counselors from Du- at local naval activities.
val and Clay Counties. RAdm. RJ. Stroh, COMFAIR- V 4 / \ t
Counselors from Florida Junior JAX, welcomed the counselors at V
College's Vocational, Tech- ths opening session. __ 0 4S
nical and Adult Education Divisions Future plans under Project GO
attended the program in call for the counselors to arrange -
the conference room at the Naval to have students from the 21 t .i _
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Hospital.The various schools request tours so '
seminar was planned to they may have a first hand lookat
give the 50 participants a chance the varied jobs and opportunities -
available from federal em-
VP-16 Thrills ployment.
Representatives of local naval w''w+rr.+ .a
installations briefed the coun-
Atlanta Open selors on the mission of their
activities during the seminar.In .

addition representativesfrom HOOK UP--The floating crane from May port Naval Station begins to lift downed PlY Neptune
House VisitorsThe the Civil Service Commis- from the St. Johns during Saturday's salvage effort.
sion, and employment and train-
undisputed star of the ing specialists from the air sta-
Armed Forces Day show at NAS tion served on a panel, "Em-
Atlanta May 17 was the P-3A ployment Opportunity with Na- Raising of Downed P-2V Ends
Orion from Patrol Squadron 16. vy." Also, information and pro-
The unassuming grey exteriorof cedures for qualifying for federal
the Orion seemed to melt into civil service employement were Three
of
the overcast Georgia sky amid explained. Days Salvage WorkJax
shiny jet fighters and camou-
A & BA
flaged transports. Nevertheless, FR of salvage efforts by divers and
j she;aroused enough curiosity .'. .* ,-- A;'huge ,Navy floating the wreckage. They said the the crane. The floating crane arrived -
lure thousands pf visitors up the MembersDue cranellftedTa P2V Neptune patrol' strong' current and murky waters at the crash site, one-mlle .
ladder. 'Once aboard they were plane out,, of the St. Johns River hindered their, work. \Wrecked east of runway 27, the morning
awed by the spaciousness of the early Saturday..afternoon, 'three equipment 'and wiring also delayed following, the crash, but divers
cabin and the maze of lights,dials days after it crashed while attempting divers'"attempts' to remove couldn't rig slings In time to
and complex electronic equipment RefundsBeginning to land at the air sta- the body from the wreckage.The attempt a lift Thursday. Storms
employed by the crew on tion.The other 10 men aboard'the throughout Friday delayed the
an ASW mission. June 1, $2,850,420In plane and its crew were plane were rescued shortly after salvage attempt until Saturday.The .
Each visitor was treated to refund checks will be distri-, attached to Utility Squadron, the crash by the station's Search crane, hooked on to the
a complete guided tour of the buted to eligible office members' VC-8, at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto and Rescue unit, except for four downed plane at a few minutes
aircraft by VP-16 personnel.Most of the Armed Forces Relief and Rico, and were on an operational men that were picked upbyJack- before 11 Saturday morning and
required brief explanationof Benefit Association (AFR and training flight at the time of the sonville fishermen aboard a private eased it clear of the water at
the P-3's role, but quite a few BA). The refunds total $4.25 crash May 14. One of the 11 men boat. 12:43 -- the time the plane was
visitors proved to be old PBYor per active duty member month aboard the patrol plane died In Survivors of the crash were estimated to have hit the water
P-2V veterans reliving their for the fiscal year January the crash. He was Identified as Identified as Lt.(j.g.)Chris Hale, three days earlier. Several sur-
memories and checking out the :31, 1969,thus reducing member's Don Carlos Montez Jr., a civi- the pilot; Lt. Dave Traw, copilot vivors of the crash were on handto
modern antisubmarine warfare basic contribution of nine dollars lian and employee of the Ryan ; ADR1 Paul G. Perry; AEC see the plane lifted from the
systems. per month to a four-year low of Aeronautical Corporation of San James L. Hinson; AMH2 John M. St. Johns.
When the traffic flow throughout only $4.75 per month. Diego. Adams; AE2 Larry J. Bells; Although the plane looked almost -
the "tube" permitted, interested Members with 12 months' active Montez was assigned Ryan's ATR2 Dennis Zulawaski and intact as the crane beganto
visitors were given demonstrations duty membership In the Association base camp at Roosevelt Roadsas Lt. Ben Patrick. lift It out of the water, the
simulating an actual will receive the maxi- a technical representative for The two surviving civilians starboard wing collapsed and fell
ASW problem. Children mum check of $51, which com- the company. He was one of three Were Jesus E. Rivera and Ro- off the Neptune as It was eased
enjoyed talking to eadi other over pares favorably to the refund of Ryan employees aboard the plane. bert L. Johnson. onto the barge. The plane was
the intercommunication system $66 paid for the eight years tttook Navy divers nearly five Saturday's lifting of the P2V towed to the air station aboard
and playing pilot in the cockpit. prior to the Vietnamese conflict. hours to remove the body from out of rha water ended three days the barge for inspection.

"This is the best one yet!In L- ._ .,............. ,
one youngster said as he draggedhis The AFR and BA, the largest : Y
parents toward the Tactical and oldest officer benefit groupof
Coordinator's station. its kind. In the country, offersto Itk IA
Finally, the mighty P-3. had Its members a $15,000 group
to take a last bow and climb life insurance along with certain
away into the clouds on an ob- educational loan benefits as wellas
stacle-clearance take-off. The the opportunity for continuing J'i I
Eagles will take their show on insurance coverage after retirement ,
the road again this week-end witha or separation from the
command performance at.NAS service. !.U
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evening of enjoyment Is In may bring their wives and hus- 1
store for military personnel attending bands. The USO will furnish "'
the Annual USO Military dates for those attending alone. '
Ball tomorrow night. Bus transportation to and from
The ball is being held in con- the ball Is being provided by the
nection with the annual USO- Naval Air Station. Buses will y .
Armed Forces Pal Week pro- leave from Barracks 'D" at 7 f wM rf93wk, n\
gram and each year: proves to p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Return 1'r
be an entertaining and colorful trips to NAS will be made I ; :
affair. at 11:30 p.m. and midnight. t :, .,!!:
Beginning at 8 p.m., the ball highlight of the evening will'be ,'
will be held at the Garden Cen- the crowning of Miss USO for I :-:;
ter, Riverside Avenue and Post 1969. Music will be providedby -.e
Street. Personnel are required the Blue Band.
t2. to wear their uniforms. All military personnel are WINGLESS BIRD-The starboard wing of the Neptune gave way and eventually broke off before
: Married military members invited to attend this gala affair.. salvage crews and the crane could.get the,plane aboard a, barge for,towing to the ,a\r\ station..
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

THE SECRETARY Of DIEP'INllE Edwards Chapel
WASHINGTON O C.1O10I

SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.

SATURDAY MASS 9
SUBJECTS, Equal Opportunity and Treatment in the Armed Force a.m.
Confessions will be held on

The President' Executive Order of July 26, 1948 directed the abolhh. Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
ment of racial eegregatlon in the Armed Force and required equalityof instead of Saturday.U. .
opportunity and treatment without regard to race, color, creed or
national origin. Substantial progress ha* been made In removing racial : thf S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
discrimination. No sector in American life has achieved the measure
of equal opportunity and treatment that has been realised In the Armed Luke's Chapel
Forces. The dedicated leadership of countless numbers of men and womenin

the. Military Services has made this progress possible. I congratulatethem. SUNDAY MASS8:00: a.m.

PROTESTANT WORSHIP
Much till remain to be don., and it is to this task of removing every 1 SERVICES10:00 a.m.
vestige of discrimination that I give my personal commitment. This can
,be achieved only by ensuring that complete equality of opportunity and and PROTESTANTAll
television
treatment is not denied to any member of the Armed Forces because of PRETTY CHAIRMAN-Ann-Margret. famed

race, color, religion national origin or any other irrelevant factor. This movie actress, was recently named Chairman, Honoris Causa Saints' Chapel
equality must be granted in training education assignment and promotion
Including the opportunity to assume the highest positions of trust and re- of the (1969 Defense Department Savings Bond Campaign. The

sponsibility. I encourage each member of the)Armed Forces to utilise to campaign began April 15 and is scheduled to run through SUNDAY
the maximum the'opportunities' available for his development.We Church School9:00 a.m.
June 14.Preventive.
Bldg. /# 722
must maintain harmonious cooperative working relationship among
military personnel so as to maintain high morale, military effectiveness Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
aDd- 'o1nbat readiness I urge all personnel to reject divisive and Ira,. DentistryScientists Bldg. /# 722
mealing forces and influence in our society which seek to diminish the Divine Worship Service 10
integrity' unity and strength of our Armed Forces We mutt not permitthe # 750
Bldg.
irrelevancies of race and color, nor any other factor, to divide and a.m.
weaken u*. Fight Episcopal Communion 8:30
{tfiJi a.m.
It Lithe responsibility of every member of the Military Service from
Small Chapel Bldg. #750
the newest Inductee to the highest commissioned officer to accept other
members on the bad of their individual worth and to assist in extending Tooth Decay CausesA Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
to all facets and activities of military life .. on and off base, on and off Bldg. /# 722
.duty. the spirit of mutual trust and respect which 1* manifest when our TUESDAY
force are,in combat.I lot of newspaper stories offer hope that decay willbecome
Senior Choir Rehearsal7.p.m.Bldg. .
have said that tooth decay controllable. within a few years.
call Installation and Commander may
upon every Unit to provide the leadership /# 750
that will continue to translate the policy of equal opportunity into be completely cured within a few Several of these studies Involve WEDNESDAYNavigators

living and meaningful reality for every man and woman serving our Nationin years. Is this true? the multiple use of flourides to
the uniforms of the Armed Forces the outlook is formation of Bible Class 7THURp
Generally very prevent the decay. #; 722
Bldg.
-
optimistic for complete controlof Flourides as you know have

tooth decay within the next 10 been proved highly effective and I

to 20 years. Scientists have recently safe in preventing caries. Today, Junior Choir Rehearsal 4

reported on a number of more than 81 million people reside p.m.Bldg.. /# 750
Laws Protect Us AllSome
Club 7
. studies that have produced signi- in fluoridated communities, Young Adult p.m.
#
ficant results. and countless studies show that Bldg. 722

One of the most promising children who drink fluoridatedwater Christian Science Service -
lifetime without that indirect
people live a ever feeling they are 8 # 750
studies -- still to be conducted from birth will have p.m. Bldg.
as
personal contact with the law. They may never be arrested
never be sued or sue anyone. They may never be summoned as a with human subjects -- involves much as 65 per cent less decay -
the use of a specific than children who do
juror or a witness.If not -- --.
you hold such a view you are'wrong. Every day of your life you enzyme called destranase in the have the benefits of fluoridation r-s ,

are affected by laws and protected by them. Here are just a few control of dental caries (decay). Now, Navy dentists are com- I

examples: The electricity that lights your home and operates your Apparently, dextranase attacksa bining the fluoridation 'of water Traffic I

appliances is subject to laws both as to rates and safety requirements.The metabolic product of the spe- with two other uses of fluoride--

food you eat is subject to laws of marketing and quality. cific streptococci' .are associated direct application of :'a fluoride' -

The clothes you wear are required by lav/to be labeled to protect with caries. solution to the teeth and regular 'I'

you against misrepresentation as to materials!used. This metabolic-'product, dex- toothbrushing with a fluoridated I V io'afionsl\

Traffic laws protect you and all citizens dally < as driver or tran, is involved in the formation dentifrice. This triple fluoride

pedestrian. of dental plaque or calculus. treatment has resulted in reductions The following is a report of

There are laws that assure you of a fair salary in line with your Plaque is one of the most important as high as' 90.per cent. motor vehicle accidents and traffic -

considerations in decay However, the use 'of all these
violations for the period
formation, because it adheres to
technics on a widespread basis Is
May
the teeth and provides a "nest"for 612.Number
still in the future and it is of Accidents
the bacteria
which
producethe difficult to tell whether it will This Week 7
cT E acids that attack the teeth.
LA
be five 20
Thus, scientists believe that years or years from Total accidents this year through
now that such decay preventiveswill
destruction of dextran, throughthe 12 May 127
be available to the general Number of accidents through May
use of the enzyme destranase
Q Your public. So, If you are on active 68 140
1 may result in a breakdown of the
I Il plaque and a significant reduc- duty, the best way to prevent Total number of days since last
decay is to observe the four den-
tion in caries. Injury in a motor vehicle accident -

l However, there are other studies tal health rules. 200
1. Cut down If
on sweets.
you Number of ViolationsThis
being conducted which also
have a sweet tooth, eat sweets Week 91

right after a meal and thenbrushyour Speeding 12

position and needs. QUESTIONSand teeth. Reckless Driving 1

Health and safety laws apply to all public facilities, including fire 2. Always after brush your teeth Going through stop sign 2
Immediately eating, including -
protection standards.And Other violations 76
snacks. The crucial period 31 drivers before
that isn't all, by any means. for appeared
The law Is the basic route by which we accomplish social gains. decay-causing acid to do Its the Traffic Hearing Board on
most damaging work Is within 30
Through legislative enactments at all levels of government the will ANSWERS minutes after 15 May. Disposition of the cases

of the people is expressed and progress toward a better society is 3. Visit eating. included the following: 7 lost
dentist
consolidated. your regularly. driving and parking privileges a-
j i ; i He will
I been and Qr Under new increaseson keep close watch for any board station for various periods;
It lway$ has so, it must continue to be if we are to retain.
the (countless benefits of life In a'lawful society. interest for Savings developing decay and examine you 15 were assigned' complete an
Bonds for
will my old E and H signs of other dental
prob-
In more ways than you realize the law functions. as your friend and Series Bonds be affected? lems. Regular dental eight-hour course in remedial
protector--not as something to be feared. A. Yes. Outstanding E and checkupsare driving; 3 received suspensions;
an essential of
H Bands will return comparably tion. part preven- 8 were given warnings; 8 were

; higher yieMs! for the remaining 4. Drink dismissed; 14 were fined (U.S.
fluoridated
time to next maturity.Q. water. Commissioner)
Here With A :Chip'By
Is it true that I can

buy Freedom Shares over-

the-counter at my bank.A. .
Lt. J. Rodgers, CMC Yes. You no longer needto AX AIR
be enrolled in a formal plan NE:1lVS

While attending an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting, I heard this for the regular purchase of Savings

reply from the roll calling. Only the first name was used. Bonds and Freedom

This meeting was comprised of several ex-wealthy men a doctor. Shares. However, Freedom JhiJAX.AIR? NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

a former trucking magnate many truck drivers and others. Shares still must be purchasedin each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
combination with a Series E Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt
Their testimony was strange. They all carried some son of a Bond of the same or larger de. private firm AU Copy submitted Publishing Company, a

chip. They kept it with their change, and it was a physical reminder nomination.Q. NEWS must be forwarded for use In the JAX AIR

when they might be tempted to buy an Intoxicating drink to think Which is the largestand .2. NAS I acksonvUle. to the Public Affairs Office Box

twice, and that another member would be willing to come to them and most powerful naval lication. by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub-

help them over any crisis. task fleet in the world? News items are welcomed from aU sources. Tele.
ohone
A. The U. S. Seventh Fleet 772.3118 or 3119.

The second pan of their testimony had a far greater emphasis.It with 190 ships and some 700 air

was a spiritual reminder. Each morning when awaking they would craft in the Western Pacific.Q. Advertisements are solicited
call on God to help them abstain from alcoholic by the publisher and queries
beverages for the next What is the name of concerning such should be directed
24 hours. Then when they would retire, they would thank God for the Navy's largest overseas The Holt I to:
His blessed day and help. shore activity? Jacksonville Publishing ComPany 4747 San Juan Ave.

A. The U. S. Naval Support Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
All of us are some son of a "holic. We all have some son ofhangup
Activity, Da Nang. It also has VOL. 27 NO.9
we can't seem to get rid of, overcome or control. the smallest air force attachedto MAY 22, 1969
What a wonderful medicine, this communication with the Almighty. it.

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Y':114wOiiicers: Hold Their Spring Ball I


MAS CECIL. May 16... cil commanding officer Captain sents and comments. Those departing -
Attack Squadron One Seventy Billy Phillips, commanding from the squadron are
Four's officers held their An- Readiness Attack Carrier Air Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.G. .
nual Spring Formal Ball at Jacksonville Wing Four (RCVW-4)), and Com- T. McGruther, Lieutenant
Naval Air Station's Officers mander J.A. Shannon, Chief of Commander and Mrs. D.P. Dun-
\ _S Club Friday night. Staff of RCVW4.Commander bar.More
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\ The Spring Ball Is held annually E.M. Crow, com- than 70 attended the even-
; : and this year's banquet manding officer, Attack SquadronOne ing festivities which included a
Included a going-away party for Seventy Four,and Commander dinner and dancing Bud Clark's
four squadron officers and their J.E. Russ, executive officer of Combo. Dress for the eveningwas
l families being transferred.The the squadron, presented the departing Dinner Dress White Jacketsfor
guest for the evening included officers and their wives the officers and formal evening -
Captain F.M.McLirm,Ce- with the traditional farewell pre- dresses for the wives.
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presented both men with a
Jackets
AFGE CONTRACT..called for negotiation sessions. ,Above,, Hoop Letter of Commendation. AQF3
front row from left are HAS Cecil management representativesMary Speakman was also presentedwith
Wooten, E.O. Levriett, Hartley Stevens, Vance Goode'and I NAS CECIL .' Capt. F. M. Both a Hellrazor selections plaque.made
were on
Herb Troupe.. Back row from left union Lawrence McLinn presented Jackets to
are reps their superior performance of
members of VA 82's champion -
Gadon James C. DeLisle Chrystina Kafferlin and ,Alan Ken. Marauder basketball team. CECILMt duties and their impressive military -
nedy. Below, Capt F.M. McLinn, Cecil C.O., signs the new I The jackets and trophy were pre appearance.
contract as negotiators look on. Levriett and DeLisle were the sented to the Mauraders for win-
chief negotiators. Gordon is Local president. ning the second half of the Cecil Hellrazors Get Awards
intramural season with a 11- .
- : 0 record. They then capturedthe HAS CECIL '. Cdr. J.E.
: overall crown in a tourna- Russ, executive ofttJ: r..VA-174
; presented 21 Hellraaors with a-
ment playoff against VA 45.
Members of the winning team wards and commendations:: here
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t ya were (Coach) Lt. Lentz, Lt. Monday.
Van Eps Captain( ) SN Whalen, ATN2 J.W. WhalleV Jr. was
AMH3 Smith, ABH3 Schoonover, presented with a NaVy Unit Com
SN Dishman. AMH3 Jackson,Lt. mendation. He earned the award
Burd, and ATN3 Rodi. while aboard the USS INDEPEN-
DENCE (CVA-62)).
VA-45 Navymait A Letter of Commendationwas
Hellrazors CitedNAS presented to ADJ2 J.W. Mc-
To Fleet Reserve Dowell for superior performanceof
Ei CECIL Two VA-174 duties while aboard the USS
NAS CECIL ... May 7, 1969, personnel were cited here Mon- AMERICA (CVA-66)).
marked the last day of Long Chain day for their outstanding performance Good Conduct Awards were
for PR1 Charles W. Engh. He of duties. presented to: AMS1 J.L. Lyon,
was transferred to the Fleet Reserve AQF3 Hugh P. Speakman was first award; AMS2 J.A. Langley,
upon completion of 20 years named as "Hellrazor" of the second award; and AT1 J.W.
service. Retirement ceremonywas Month and ADJ3 Lorenzo Herrera Heath, who received his third
conducted at Hangar 67, Jr. was named as Plane Captainof award.
by Commander A. H. Gonzalez, the Month; both were for the Sixteen men were advanced to
Your favorite Uncle Executive Officer, of VA 45. month of April 1969. next higher payg ades.

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May 22, 1969
4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


I NARF's Material Sleuths Search for Tiny Flaws



By Chief Journalist
Chuck SchroyerJax

-- The Naval Air Rework
Facility here can now theoretically -
make a flea so large thatit
could easily defeat a bull ele-
phant in battle, or make a BB
look like a two mile wide can-
I Ti non ball.

The potential "monster crea-
tor" is actually a newly installed
electron microscope, capable of 41 q
magnifying :objects as much as k; x 4 r b
240,000 times.. It is now in
) 'operation In',the Rework Fa-
cility's Materials Engineering i
i Division.
3 While the miscroscope can't $4I2p;
project an image of an enor-
mous flea, it will be used to
detect minute material defectsfor
4 rFv the facility, which is in the iid
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c serious business of overhaulingjet : ;
attack aircraft and other planes -
for the Navy's air arm.

Speeds InvestigationThe

$75,000 microscope will BLOW Up--A minute hole in a piece of carbon about the size
give metallurgists, chemists and of a needle point is magnified 70,000 times by the electron
?' other technical specialists here
as another tool with which to expedite microscope. (Appears larger than 70,000 times because. of
investigations into material photographic enlargement of the negative.)
failures. The lab does investigative -
research for naval nal lab, and who has since seen uniform as a lieutenant, and after -
4 installations throughout the the' lab grow into a complex organization the war was asked to directits
Southeast, as well as all aircraft with many thousandsof efforts as a civilian.
: carriers In the Atlantic dollars worth of equipmentand Realizing his equipment and
$ Fleet. a staff of 16 highly trained space were inadequate to perform -
With the acquisition of the men and women. the necessary work assigned -
TINY FLAW-An X ray specialist at the laboratory points out microscope, it culminates over to the lab after its inception,
flaw in a jet part that would be undetectable to the human eye. two decades of growth since the Former Navy Officer Morris began a campaign to obtain -
The use of X rays cuts the inspection time of aircraft parts to laboratory was organized in two Morris, a materials engineer, more equipment and space.It .
a fraction_ older inspection methods. small rooms of the command's former high school and college was even rumored that he
headquarters building following instructor, served in Jackson- deliberately seeded office heat-
World War Two. ville as a naval officer during ing and air conditioning systems
In charge is Walt Morris, the WWII. He was assigned respon-
STOP money worries _man who__helped___set up the ori iU'h' i- sibilities within the lab while in (Continued next page)



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CONTINUEDwith accurately report the ability of durability over 10 months in just radioisotopes to check other air- Chemists from the lab investi-
objects to withstand tension, 10 days using their test equip- craft parts. gate and evaluate paints,cleaning
hydrogen suicide -- a gas compression and other' stress- ment. Time SaverX compounds, bonding agents and
with the stench of rotten eggs -- Additionally, the laboratoryhas other fluids and materials used in
so management would realize the es.One machine is so sensititive a modern and complete X rays are developed much like repairing and overhauling air-
crowded conditions and potential according to Morris that it could ray facility capable of checkingthe those in a doctor's office and experts craft.
safety hazards of having a labora- measure precisely strengthof largest to smallest of air- then scan the X ray film Metallurgists and physical
tory in the front office area. a human hair. Another is craft parts. One huge X ray for possible flaws. Using the scientists conduct tests and
Morris' efforts and foresight, powerful enought to exert 300,000 can check the entire fuselage ofa large X ray machine the laboratory analysis of material failures and
coupled with the safety and obnoxious pounds of pressure on an air- jet for material defects. Un- can check a fuselage in just provide technical advice on the
odor problems, brought craft part to test its reliability. der an Atomic Energy Com- 10'hours. It once took up to 250 metallurgical aspects of produc-
about the relocation of the lab before returning it to the air- mission license, radiologists use hours to do the same job. tion shop procedures.uantic .
into a separate building in 1957.It craft assembly line.
is now a 19-room complex In another area, packaging and
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with a wide assortment of sop- preservation techologists bake,
histicated equipment used to freeze, push and pull on various
delve Into the properties of packaging innovations to make
metals, fuels and other materials sure they properly protect aero-
necessary to keep Navy aircraft nautical parts.
operating at peak efficiency throughout Once a replacement part is
the world.A packaged after rework, it must ''I
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determine the chemical com- up in the steamy jungles of
position of gases, liquids and Vietnam or the frozen water expanse -
solids. of the North Sea.

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mind that a pilot or aircrewman's'
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measure the physical pro- part's performance once it is ?
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I. NATTC: Behind The Scene t 9k + N ,



By Phyllis HarkinsSgt.

Ernest W. Cope's daughter ing Center May 15. Capt. R.P.
Diane,was cited during ceremonies Kline, commanding officer, officiated
at the Gregory Drive Ele- at the' ceremony which .
mentary School on May 14 for was held in his joffice. "
her achievements in passing the McNamara, an instructor at 3 4't : ',x ; bf}
youth physical fitness test which AEA) School since reporting a- 8
was held last February for all board the station inJanuary,will
elementary schools in the coun- have over 17 years of active ser-
ty.Diane vice upon completion of this
and one other student "hitch." He has earned the
from the school Kathy Nelson, Vietnam Service Medal, Good
were the only two out of 665 Conduct Medal, National Defense -
students to pass this test. They Service Medal, and the Republic -
were judged on seven different of Vietnam Campaign Me-
feats and had to place in the 85%/ :

or above category to pass. Diane dal.Petty Officer McNamara is a PROMOTIONREENLISTMENT Lt. Col. John M. Rappr

and sidential Kathy each Physical received Fitness the Pre-A- Diane Cope fishing and hunting enthusiast and ( ), MARTD commanding officer, congratulates Sgt. David E.
lives in the Jacksonville vicinity. Watkins on his promotion to sergeant and reenlisting for three
ward, an emblem of red, white **************
and blue, and a certificate sign- dnanceman School, Class B since years. Sgt. Watkins received $2,800 and a one-year Extensionon
ed by the President. December. He is a member of The first social dance In over station. He is assigned as an aircraft structure mechanic
This type of competition is not Class 904.Countywide. 10 years was held at the Naval with MARTD and is also a recent Vietnam returnee.
new to Diane who has been in several recognition will Air Technical Training Center
contests. During an interview be given to Diane and Kathy and Saturday night 'Bad Can Effect
wittfper father, he stat- winners from other elementary Apples'
ed that Diane..had received two schools in the county at a later The sock hop, sponsored by the
other certificates for second and date. Lutheran Military Information
third placeS:'" nduring city-wide ************ Office, was planned by Miss Ray Retention of CareeristsBy
matches in Norfolk.Sgt. AE1 James F. McNamara Jr. Ross and Chaplain Jack Rogersof
Cope, also a student, has reenlisted for another four yearsat NATTC. Refreshments were GMCM Delbert C. Black
been attending the Aviation Or- the Naval Air Technical Tran- also served.
Master Chief Petty ,Officer of the Navy

Jax 86 Navy Wives Club Wins My objective in presenting this disbursing offices, but in many
article is to promote my opinionon cases to hospitals and other ser-
I matters which affect all enlisted vices.In .
Scrap Book Award at RegionalBy personnel. It mayattimes many cases, this "I'm doing
reflect established policy,both you a favor" attitude is projected -
By Mrs. Louise Anderson official and unofficial,and certain also toward dependents.What .
of the Navy Wives Delegates of the club has a full and Mrs. Berton R. Otto. procedures which I have encountered we should first under-
Club Jax 86 returned from the schedule at convention this year. Sunday at 10 a.m. in the in my travels, which I stand is, I believe, that we are
South East Regional conventionin Some of the numerous activitieswere Naval Hospital Chapel, Jax 86 feel have adverse influence on not "doing a favor" for anyoneby
Glynco, Ga., and with them workshops on public rela- will present a plaque in memoryof career retention and morale. doing our job. We have the
came the coveted "Adm. Smed- tions, parliamentary procedureand the men and women of the The Navy has established many duty to be courteous,attentive and
berg Perpetual Scrap Book A- on the light side, a picnic military medical service who programs to induce our first ter- to do our utmost to help the individual -
ward." and tour of Georgia's Jekyll Island have given their lives in ser- mers to reenlist. These are good with his request; be it a
This award is given each year and an evening's enter- vice to their country. programs. Unfortunately not question, assistance with an official -
for the best regional club annual tainment by the Golden Isles enough incentives exist for the letter request,or whatever.On .
history. The award consists of a Swingers, a local square dance the A sewing bee will be held at second and subsequent re- this same llne.I wrote a recent -
lovely silver bowl engraved with Compton Hall club house enlistee. I maintain that a need article for NAVNEWS con-
the club's name and the year the club.The regular monthly business, Tuesday Members from will-9 work a.m. to 1 pm. exists for duty choice incentives cerning the duty of a petty officer
award was won. This silver bowl meeting was held May 14 in the should on layettesand for these individuals.Too to help his men with their pro-
is kept for one year by the winning Compton Hall club house. The such bring the necessary often I've heard that the blems. These problems all go
club and then passed on to the nextyear's evening's business consisted of equipment as portable sew-
ing machines, scissors bats "Navy just didn't care" whether hand in hand. You must be con-
winner. A plaque for per- on convention and an- tape
these
reports and a bag lunch. people stayed in. Many cerned. You can't ignore yourshipmate's
manent display was also present- nouncements of this month'scoming times I have received letters problem. It won't'goaway
ed.The activities. The club also Auto tags will be sold by Jax that state "I would reenlist if I he will.
Jax 86 scrapbook will now bid farewell to two of its 86 from June 2 to July 17 from could get'duty at ." This article should not be construed -
go on to national competition with members and hello to a new 9 a.m. through 2 p.m. week- These letters have to answered to mean that we don't have
the winners in NWCA'sfiveotherregions. member. days, in the Bldg. 3 gymnasium.No that the request would be con- conscientious and concerned
Leaving Jax 86 were Mrs. title transfers will be taken sidered, with no guarantee, or petty officers or administrative
A very special thanks goes to James Smith and Mrs. Wil- this year.A "Sorry, you're not eligible." officials. We do, but there are
Jax 86 scrapbook chairman,Mrs. liam The ladies
Bigley. were In fairness all
to concerned
a "bad
just enough apples" to give
David Havens. It was due to presented with an NWCA pill box hardy thanks goes tothemenand of this
program sort is under con- the bad I
Navy a image. maintainthat
her hard work that 86 women who volunteered to
Jax
was as a parting gift. The new mem- sideration. However
this
is
the of the award for prepare the ground at the safety not each of us has the responsi-
proud winner ber is Mrs. John Egbert. the gist of this article. What I
flag area for the club's beautifi- bility to everything in our
1969. Mrs.Havens was presentedwith This month's club calendaris
am hitting is the lack of
of cation project. These volunteerswere apparent power to help our shipmates out.I .
a miniature silver replica full of activities as usual by
concern
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnes leading petty officers, don't infer breaking or bend-
the actual ,
trophy. beginning, with a Happy Anniver- division officers and --
While at the convention, Jax 86 sary Luncheon today at noon. Mrs. William Brown, Mr. and administrative services.personnel The in" ing rules, but each of us owes
was awarded another honor. Theclub's Active past presidents will be Mrs John Keiper, Mr. Dale Ven- is feel individual the Navy enough to at least listen
tur and Mrs. Charles Davis. given to that he and be concerned if it is
vice-president, Mrs. Bill honored at this 22nd anniver- has been done a big favor just even
Howard, Jax 86 speaking dele- sary celebration of the club. The new chairman of the club's getting, the attention that the administrator not in our power to do anything
gate, was appointed chairman of Saturday at 8 p.m. the club layette committee is Mrs. Les-' has taken the time to about it.
the South East regional revisions will hold a welcome aboard party lie Scolman with Mrs. Kenneth give ,him. This not only appliesto I am convinced that the atti-
committee for the club's new sponsors,Capt. Rector serving as co-chairman. personnel offices, supply aIdTONIGHT tude, "you"can go or stay, it'sup
to you, is losing the Navy
career petty officers every day.
While I don't feel that the individual -
should have the appear-
ance of twisting the Navy's arm."
neither do I feel that the Individual -
should be made to feel
that "nobody cares." Unfor-
tunately, I see the latter every
r day, and I receive much correspondence -
to that effect.

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Letter Writers Offered + n

$1,000 For 500 WordsA ) JAX MARINE R


could letter win you of$1,000.500 words or less: V NEWSBy : V-

That's the top prize in the _
annual Freedoms Foundation __ c IUt1
Letter Contest which this yearIs LCpl. P.D. Edwards r

on the subject: "My Hopesfor SHIPOVERFirst the leaders with 48 points and _

America's Future. Sergeant Arnold Lentz will open the second half of the
There will also be 100 other took the oath of enlistment for NATTC Intramural season this
money awards for active duty two more years Monday at the week against the fifth place AE"B"
Reservists have a
personnel.
Marine
Aviation Detachment. team.
chance at an identical numberof Major Maurice Holder. MAD YY
< 'a' ......>'
awards. The Marine linksters trail AO
executive officer, officiated. at .
,
Last year over 12,000 active tle_ ceremony. #1 and AE"G" tied at 51 and j<;,, ,',''
duty sea service personnel enter Lentz Is the AE School Marine one half while NATTC Special ...' -H ,
ed the contest with 23 taking cash Liaison, Chief and has been in Services has 50 and one half. }>.
honors. Another 80 won George the. Marine' Corps for more than Charles Sperounis and Ric- .
Washington honor medals or 25 years. hard Bailey are in a duel for theteam's. r !, ,<"'k.
honor certificates.The .
,
''f''' ''
top spot. Sperounis cur-
rules for the contest are JAX MARINE HONOR MAN
rently leads within 13 handicap
as follows: ((1)) Letters must SSgt. Richard Johnson, whose OPERATIONS
while Bailey sports a 14. AVIATOR, ARTIST, ASSISTANT OFFICER--
not exceed 500 words; ((2)) Printor home of record is Jacksonville, LCdr. W.J. Edwards, assistant operations officer of Patrol
type your full name, rank, graduated the honorman of SOFTBALL RESULTS
service number, full military address as Squadron 16, handles with care one of his own oil paintings.This .
the AE "B" School Class 845.
service or reserve com- Marines attending the "B" Paced by the pitching of Les painting, "Ladder Street HongKong," will be one of
ponent, and full home address; School are career minded, and Carroll the MAD softball team is about 20 others done by LCdr. Edwards on display at the Hay-
((3)) Entries should be addressedto most of them attended"A" school continuing its mastery over don Burns Library in Jacksonville. The exhibit begins Satur-
Freedoms Foundation, Val earlier In their careers. NATTC intramural foes. day and .will run through the end of June.
ley Forge g Pa.; 19481 ((4)) They In action last week the "Big
must postmarked' by Nov. 1. GOLF Reds" clubbed the AO Missiles
Notification of winners will be The MAD golf team is only 15-0, and on Thursday bouncedthe
made in .February 1970. three and one half.points behind Gunners 13-0 one-hitter. Club SchedulesOfficers



I YAP Sends Detachment to PacificMay Club CPO Club

Tonight, Phil Cay and the Chan- Tomorrow night features
14 marked the departure of Since October 1966 the squadron will spend the four month detachment tells will providemusicfordancing music and dancing to the tunes of
VAP-62's eighth detachment to has been called on to augment on Guam, most will geta from 7 to 11 p.m., and Go- Mark Castle after dinner fea-
the Western Pacific. VAP-61. its sister squadron,stationed chance to support squadron sub- Go girls, Brenda and Audrey turing seafood platters. Sirloin
at NAS Guam, Mariana dets in other pans of Asia. will be on stage.Tomorrow steak heads the Saturday menu
1 Islands. Detachment Pacific is Australia leads the list of night at 9:30: Jef- followed by music of The Tune
rotated every four months. hoped-for dutywithBa kok next, Twisters.
GIANT SWAP MEET frey Eden and Momments of Madness -
The 26 Vappers boarded a and most often visited. Detach- will be featured for one show AceyDuecy Club
Navy C-118 for the threedaytrip ment duty in Danang qualifiesthe
The
evening's menu con-
JAX LARGEST FLEA Guam and after only. First and Second Class P.O.'s
to a brief men for hostile fire pay income -
sists of a shell fin and claw
MARKET stop for refueling at NAS Alameda tax deduction and the Viet- buffett of delisous seafood. will be treated to music by the
AM Spaces Under Shelter the detachment had a 30- namese Campaign Ribbon. Da Four Clubs, Friday. Saturday is
20th and Edgewood hour lay-over in Hawaii. The nang also provides some hairy Saturday at the "0" Club fea- an evening for surprises as the
next stop for fuel was Wake Island experiences, and good "war tures Johnny Jelinek and his band music for that night will be froma
|Every Sat. 9 am 6:00-pm and then the crew was on stories." Some of the men may from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday "Surprise Band." The Three
SUB. 9 MI 6:00 pm their way to Guam, where all new draw duty in Korea which affordsthe night is also highlighted with a Sounds will entertain Sunday .:
arrivals are welcomed with the opportunity to visit Japan. Champagne Special.WESTWARD evening.
PHONE famous of somewhat dubious Tomorrow at 4:30
p.m. a general -
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768-7058 or 768-4793 .uu.
greeting "Guam is good. election for vice-president

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FRA

Mel .Gayden and His Lazy
Rythm Girls will be featuredat
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9 p.m. Saturday at 10 a.m.
the FRA will hold Open House
complete withBar-B-Q. This enjoyable -
day will be completed by
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: Elwood Sexton calling the moves
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k ( for square dancing at 7:30 p.m.
S J Jim Mann'and the Good timers
will entertain Sunday at 8 p.m.

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..' .\ DaNang, is the Navy's largest
.' overseas shore command, with
8,500 officers and men provid-
ing logistical support to 185,000
Free World fighting forces In
the Republic of Vietnam. More
than five million tons of sup-
Get on-the-spot money help plies a year are handled by
HO-.The last three VAP-62 detachment personnel NSA DaNang. Cargo is carried

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I CoEditor's mpletes Long", Hard but Successful Flight e ewith


( Note: As three men,
who have gone closer to the moon
than man, circle the moon, "
any
some difficulty and set down. .: *
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the story of flight pioneers of They had found their after -
port
50 years ago comes to an end.)
covering over 1200 nautical miles r
Smooth air conditions had been in 15 hours and 18 minutes, at iY' i-: 8 S; 1r'? Rrad rl 3 4L
expected, but actual weather con- an average speed of 75 knots,
ditions from the outset provedso sided by a 15 knot tailwind.
bad that destroyers strungout In the meantime: the other
across the Atlantic had great two planes were having their
difficulty keeping their stations. own problems. The NC-1 flew on
Nightfall brought the first serious under similarly trying conditions -
trouble. The running lightsof ,. As it approached the A-
the NC-3 were grounded from zores, obviously off course, the
salt spray and would not func- crew decided to set down and get
tion. This made it difficult for their bearings. They landed in a LFi I I11.11
the other two planes to keep sea far rougher than expectedjust
track of her, and she just barely 100 miles from Flores. After Y'' v v y
avoided a collision with NC-1. ( _
they got their bearings, they
The rough air continued found their slightly damaged

throughout the night,and the NC-4 plane unable to take off againin ',
followed a "wallowIng,plunging" the 30-foot waves. '
course toward the Azores. The The crew taxied for five hoursin
pilots took turns at the controls search of the nearest destroyer -
every half hour or so to avoid and encountered the Greek
exhaustion. Having lost contaa steamer, IONIA. They acceptedher
with the other two planes, the help, transferring from the ,
NC-4 picked up speed and con- flying boat to one of the steam-
tinued on alone. er's smaller boats -- a ticklish !
The first 16 destroyers were operation in view of the size __ _
sighted without difficulty. At of the waves. An attempt was F'---- .
dawn fog was encountered and made to tow the plane back to
avoided for a time by flying at the Azores, but the towlinebrokeand
higher altitudes. Around eight the NC-1 capsized, later
o'clock however, the plane ran breaking up and sinking.
into fog so thick that at timesit The same night, the NC-3
con-
THE CREW-The: intrepidity of the NC-4 was only overshadowed by the gallantry of hercrew.
was difficult to see the bow tinued on above the clouds and
of the hull. Climbing was no then, with the approaching dawn, LCdr. A.C. Read (No. 1)I), skipper of the NC-4, posed with his men and assistant secretary of
longer a solution as the fog through clouds and fog. The crew the Navy Franklin D.' Roosevelt (**).
merged Into heavy clouds. found themselves short of fuel
After 15 hours had elapsed, after 15 hours and set down to ly reassuring. They were only the national ensign. They proudly came later that one plane had.
the crew calculated they must get their bearings. 45 miles from Horta, but the spurned the help of HARDING cracked up on takeoff; the other
be near the Azores. They were They knew they were lostthey; search for them was west of and made harbor as they had sail went down in the Atlantic and Its
debating the next step when they had not sighted a destroyer since Flores while they were to the ed for two and half days, stern crew rescued.
sighted flares through a rift In No. 13. Like the NC-1, they south. It was up to the NC3to first The NC-3 was the first The NC-4 took off from Ponta
the fog. were practically at the gate of save herself. plane to make this port becausethe Delgada on the 27th. She had
They thought they might go on the Azores and would have hit Instead, the crew decided to NC-4 had been delayed at some difficulty following the line
to Ponta Delgada, their next stop, Pico within an hour had they continue drifting stern first to Horta by fog and wind. of destroyers to Lisbon, but
but the fog closed down again continued on. Instead they choseto ward Ponta Delgada, the sched- finally arrived to another tumul-
NC4's.crew
and they were happy to make set down in the heavy waves uled stop in the Azores. This At Horia, the tous welcome. the festivities Included -
Horta. They located their target and made an even rougher land- was a hard decision to make.It had a fine reception. They were and decorations from the
ing than the NC1.Extensive meant another night In the seas given a tumultous welcome Porruguese government and a 21
damage to the plane rising to 30 feet, and another congratulations had poured in by gun salute, ordinarily reserved
made the danger of capsizinga day of drinking rusty radiator cable and wireless. for the head or flag of a foreign
decided reality.The crew work- water and eating water soaked Drama still encompassed the state.
HONDAMeters ed for 23 hours to prevent this, sandwiches and chocolate. remainder of the flight. The
the Ponta finallY' be suf- On the,30th, the.NC-4 left Lis-,
and sunrise next morning revealed Delgada was NC-3 could not repaired
& Cycles Ce. Pico about 40 miles away. sighted, and the crippled flying ficiently to attempt the rest of bon repairs and was the forced to land for
The plane had two hours fuel in boat made a most dramatic en- the grip, and there was alwaysthe on Mondego River
4949 Blanding 771-8244 the tanks, but there was a pos- trance. Seven miles off Ponta chance that something might near the town of FIguerra, Portugal .
.
sibility that starting the motors Delgada, the plane had been sighted happen to the NC4.In but later A leak has been noticed,
and the destroyer HARDINGcame proved to be water and
not gasoline.The .
racing to her rescue. addition, there were other
With the shore In sight, the competitors in the race to be the next day, May 31, 1919,
.... YENETIA crew of the NC-3 had loweredthe first across the Atlantic In a after a stormy crossing of the
'. distress signal and reholsted plane. Two other fliers had taken Bay of Biscay during which the
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I
Idaho will be the first state to was a recent typhoon off the

f I AROUND take an active part in a ship California coast called Rosa Ro-
/ .. T reunion. Contact: USS IDAHO hrschach. Actually, it didn't
w. (BB-42)) Assn., P.O. Box 11247, exist. It was a "paper" storm
i The Navy San Diego Calif. roll created for a' First Fleet Train-
ing exercise. The idea is to
CHICAGO -- The National Safety avoid a storm situation before
CLEVELAND Changes in the
r.. Council has come up with a encountering it.PENSACOLA.
Uniformed Services Savings Deposit -
a
real gem for Navymen: "Don't -- A new mobilevan
have
withdrawal Program simplified New wear jewelry on the job." Many is providing clothing ser-

; "Jr permitdisbursingoffieers procedures. fingers have been left behind when vices to outlying areas here. In
-_ procedures wearing rings on maintenance or contrast to an old van, the new
to make prompt paymentsfor construction jobs. Wristwatchescan "small store on wheels" has
.d ,Y Y x Ya emergency withdrawals and cause sparks on battery terminals fluorescent lights, two air con-
members from -
returning over
and metallic jewelry can ditioning units, a heater and a lot
seas may now have replayment be caught in pulleys, gears and more room.
checks their homes,
sent to
lathes. GUAM -- The 100th Polaris
bands, or leave addresses.
patrol in the Pacific Ocean bya
R ; .Y NORTH ISLAND -- The oldest fleet ballistic missile submarine
BINH THUY, Vietnam -- Sit-
l living retired U.S. Naval officer was completed in early April
uated in the heart of the Mekong
; :I lives in Coronado and he's 103 when the USS STONEWALL
Delta and seemingly afloat in the
Admiral Richard JACKSON (SSBN-634)) returnedto
years young.
middile of rivers, canals,
HAS CECIL FIELD..ACI I Bill S. Downs received a letter of and marshes many that surround it, Harrison Jackson, when asked Apra Harbor following her
recently if he would like to make 17th More than 600 -
Commendation from Operations Officer CDR W.E. Hue during a Binh Thuy AB, Vietnam, is referred patrol. patrols
chuckledand
just one more cruise, have been completed in the
brief ceremony Monday. Downs, while attached to the Opera- to as the USS BINH THUY
said: "No, I guess they can Atlantic and Pacific since the
tions Department, gained the respect of the officers and men by newly assigned Navy pilots. handle her all 'right." first one in January 1961.
with whom he worked and in response 'received his 'well done With the addition of U. S. Navy NEWPORT -- Lieutenant (jg)
VAL 4,
attack
for outstanding -performance. Downs leaves Cecil to join Na- light Binh Thuy squadron.AB is the only basein FIRST FLEET -- Navy ships, Claire Bryant became the first

val Forces in the Arctic. Vietnam with Navy, U. S. Air responding to a request for as- woman commissioned directlyinto
Force and Vietnamese Air Force sitance from San Diego marine the Judge Advocate General's
ini8inudz biologist, are listening for a Corps when she was graduated
(VNAF) operational flying units. noisy female whale. The"noise"is from OCS here April 4.
OV 10 air-
The fly
:nOJJ Navy pilots generated by radio and sonar ATSUGI -- Sun, song, Shirley
THEr'1' WEST craft In support of river patrol beacons attached to the California Saunders and RCA Victor equal
boat in the Mekong
SIiSca r"- Delta.operations gray whale. She is being trackedas "Sunny Shirley." What it adds
part of a National Georgraphic up to is that Atsugi's Shirley
study to learn more about the Saunders has recorded her first
PASCAGOULA The Navy'snew
migratory patterns of gray whal- album, just released. Shirley is
multi amphibious
e eJria: purpose es. the talented wife of Lcdr. Mar-
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MoviesMovies HOSPITAL: "THE FIXER"
starring Alan Bates, Dirk Bo-
garde and Hugh Griffith. Color
Drama. A&M/E ((132 mins.)

will be shown nightly '
at the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY, May 25 1

There will also be a kiddie mat- NAS: "KILLERS THREE"

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a starring Robert Walker, Diane Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Varsi and Dick Glark. Color Florida' 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.
day and holidays.The Melodrama. A&M/G ((88 mins.) Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
Hospital Theater will have publisher Is. 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. HOSPITAL: "DESPERATEONES" be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Cecil Field will have two nightly starring Maximillian
shows during the week at 5:30: Schell and Raf Vallone. color Do Not Send desk
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be Drama. A&M/G ((98 mins.)

5 shown p.m. on weekends at 2 and MONDAY, May 26 Rate: Minimum chime ((3 lines).$ .

Ratings: A-Adults: G-General NAS: "KILLERS THREE"starring
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- Robert Walker, Diane Per additional line ((4 words per line) a e e a e a 0.50FHA
Superior; E-Excellent; VGVeryGood Varsi and Dick Clark. Color
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starring Tom Nardini and Patty Mo. VANSANDT carport REALTY- FOR SALE COCK-A-POO ZIG ZAG FOR $25 ,:' .
McCormick. Color Drama. 'fe E 387- Black, female, 3 1/2 mo. old. SEWING MACHINE Original'

A&M/G ((93 mins.) CHICKEN 1213. ; __. All shots. Ph. 781-1867. Guarantee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes -
I -
FRIDAY, May 23 1967 BUICK SPECIAL $400 sews on buttons,
equity, 12 payments $80 each, REPOSSESSED KIRBY VACUUM decorative designs, monograms,
NAS: "THE FIXER" starring : SHRIMP less than 35,000 actual miles. W/attachments. For informationcall etc. Just pay balance $25, at

Alan Bates, Dirk bogarde Original owner being trans- 724-5398. $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
and Hugh Griffith. Color Drama. TACOS ferred. A/T, W/W, R&H. Call night or day. Will deliver, no
G/G ((132 mins:) 398-1131 8:30 5 p.m. 771- obligation. A-l Sewing MachineCo.
HOSPITAL: "GHOST ITA- CHILI DOGS 9617 after 6 p.m. DO YOU, WANT TO BE A DISC 1606 Main St.
LIAN STYLE" starring Sophia JOCKEY? Dial 356-8351 for in- I
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Loren and Vittorio Gassman. Co- formation. .
MALE
HELP WANTED .,l
&
B B KENNELS
lor Comedy. G/G ((100 mins.) 103rd & Blanding Center
Part-time. Married. Evening.
Boarding for dogs,cats and horses. -
SATURDAY, May 24 Service Station work 389-8768. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 5214 Collins Rd.,near Orange
7717970PHONE 1 Otr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean
Park 264-9602.
.
NAS: "DESPERATE ONES" MANDARINLot modern trailers & Apts. 389-
starring Maximillian Schell and AHEAD 100x300 $5,000. Terms. 3007.
Raf Vallone. Color Drama. FOR FASTER SERVICEI! m
Call Hazel Johnson, Assoc. BRAND NEW
A&M/G ((98 mins.) Saxony Real Estate, Inc. 725- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma-

4666. Houses & Apts. Equity VA .& chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
FHA resales. $100 down. Call $34.50 Cash or $6 Mo.
WATERFRONT FISHWIER Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- .6110 103rd. St. Ph. 7715028.
OPEN SUNDAY Creek. Brick & Batten.Reduce to 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- Delivery with no obligation. '
$23,500. 2 master BR, 2 B. Den, tary-Free Notary. .. -
LR, Sep. Din. Rm. Plus Rec. -
I Rm. Dbl. "gar. Landscaped lot WIL-MAR APARTMENTS WELDING! .Pt>-

240' deep.SAXONY 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. No job too large or small:Trailers '

p REAL ESTATE, INC. Furnished, $105, unfurnished ornamental iron work, fuel
725-4666 $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted. oil stands, Westside Custom
1OO GUARANTEE 1969 SINGER ZIG-ZAG SEWING 2 Br, Lg. Kit., Breakfastnook Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. '.
Machine. Cabinet model, slightly 2 car parking space, water 781-9482. ,.'

#e gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance used. Monograms, sews on but- sewage, garbage, lawn ser-
spertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything In tons, makes button holes, blind vice (included. 1 block West of the WE TRAIN YOU ;-
that needed It. And guaranteed them tOO% for the repair or hems, fancy stitches. Does 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 AT OUR EXPENSEThe
miles replacement Come of on all In major and double mechanical check.parts for 30 days or 1000 everything without attachments. mile South of 103rd St. Call rapidly expanding field of in-
UNPAID BALANCE $51.60 or 387-2541, nites or weekends. call surance/investment representatives -
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ENGINE -TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE payments of $5.02 per mo. Call 389-0744. has openings In the Jack-
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Capitol Sewing Machines Credit sonville area for qualified appli-

Manager until 9 388-0784. cants. If you are about to com-
69 VW Fastback $2395 YOU CAN AFFORD plete your military service,

Radio, heater automatic tranami adon. UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY whether a first-termer or a retiree -
New 1969 Zig Zag Sewing Ma- THIS INVESTMENTThree call me for an appointment. ;'
67 PONTIAC Firebird $1995 chine. Sews on buttons, makes 10-acre tracts within half- Gordon Rainey, Jr. 3563934. ,'
2-door hardtop. 3 speed, V-8, radio, heater, bZ e. button holes, blind hems, fancy mile Cecil Field. A real bargain I f
stitches, monograms. Does FOR SALE 1966 HONDA 305
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1995 everything without attachments. CALL: OWNER, 356-8876.: Super Hawk. Excellent condition. I

Radio & heater. Green & White. Five year parts & service guar- Contact: R.L. Wilson, Bks 540

anteed. UNPAID BALANCE STEREO CONSOLE COMBO Dorm 3, NATTC, NAS, Jax.
67 MERCURY Caliente $17954Door $36.17 or Terms of $5.00 per SOLID STATE Stereo and Radio4 -
V-S. automatic transmission month. Call Capitol Credit Sew- speed fully automatic intermix SCHULT 10 x 60, 3 BR. EARLY ;1
steering Green. power ing Machines Manager From stereo changer with automatic cut American-Cherry wood int.,central :

66 9-9 388-0785. If toll call col off and dual sapphire needles. 2 air, 2642911. t
FORD Galaxie 500
$1495 lect. months old. Pay balance of $68 .
4-door hardtop air condition V-8, automatic or $9 per month. Phone 353- FOR SALE GE REFRIG. & ?
transmission, power steering write. IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND 1946 night or day, ask for Credit Kenmore range,3 yrs.old,24,000 \.
Area. 5 acres 10 acres & lar- Manager. Will deliver, without BTU A/C, 1 year old, 9x15 tent,
66 VALIANT $1495door. ger tracts. Terms 282-5272 or obligation. A-l MUSIC CENTER. used twice. Call 264-6156. -

4- V-8, automatic transmission power steer 2825224. 1606 Main Street.IN .
ing air conditioned. -/ FREE KITTENS TO A GOOD
':.))1- AKC DALMATIAN PUPPIES CLAY COUNTY r home. 9 weeks old. Part Persian..
67 VW Sedan V $1595 7 Wks. old. Beautiful. Only 2 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved 771-4644. '

Stereo New Paint. Z r;f: left. 744-0247. and graded road frontage $1450 .
,:; per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. FOR SALE 1963 RAMBLER \
TRAILER FOR SALE 12x47
66 VW Sedan 0/, $1350Radio 2 bedroom with washer. $400 282-5272 Home 282-5224. American, 4 dr. Sta. Wag. Runs :
heater, $; good, needs some engine work.. :
; down, pick payments. $250 '
up '
FOR SALE 196 MUSTANG $200 771-1451 or 772-2240.
;
: \ down without washer. 10651
65 VW Sedan ?"rr. $1195Radio Normandy Blvd. #2. Day phone High performance 289 Cobra ;
CABIN &
.' equipped with 4 speed shifter FOR SALE 3 RMS.
284 Mrs. Kinna.
fli Heater 771-3211 Ext. Borge Warner transmission call Bath. 50 x 100 lot at Lake George

Lounsberry at 772-2775 and 264 Campsite. Furn. new pump,boat-

64 VW Squareback $1195 RETIRING Sergeant -CHIEF Start OR civilian MASTER life 4375 after 5 p.m. $1,800 Ing & -swimming 384-2183.rights. Asking-

Green with X-GI's In Advertising Dept. RESUMES SPECIALIST GIVES

of successful Radio station. Excellent individual work up. Cedar River 21 FT. CHRIS CRAFT INBOARDon
OVER 60 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM draw against commis- Services 3887294. Gator Tandem Trailer. Exc.
Health Accident & Life
sion.
cond. Both $1750. Call weekend
Ins. Paid training period. Must GEORGE'S KENNELS
after 4 weekdays 384-
have good transportation. Call Dogs and Cats boarded. Free or p.m.
5647.
WESTSIDE Manager, 355-8411 for appoint- pickup and delivery Est. 1925,
ment. 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat
and Edgewood) 389 0064.
66 CORVETTE 327/350 EXC.
FOR SALE OAK HILL PARK,
VOLKSWAGEN INC. Cond. Conv. 5942 Sonora Dr. '
PART TIME HELP
bedroom, 2 1/2 Bath,Tri-Ievel
Family Rm., central heat & air. Female typist, 60-80 wpm, 3 W., 772-8583.
1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 7815511Open Ph. 771-2086. days a week, week days only.
Pleasant working conditions, WANTED BABY SITTER FOR

Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday I to 6 PM good pay. Must be In Jax minimum summer. Keep 4 children in my
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast of 2 more years. Call home. 264-6296. Mrs. Breeding.
& West Coast. 353-3691. 387-3566 for interview. after 5 p.m. .,,> .




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b .1- 25 TuiiiM Center CivHiiaHoiered I Current Job Openings

' At Ceremony
: 1.Ie1
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Listed for ApplicantsMerit
Laura Harrison,
Twenty five civilian em- Stamps
cited lona Thompson, Audrey Freeman 1 r-
fromNATTCwere
ployees on May 15 also: William Ross, Henry "- \\1 \ promotion opportunities consideration: NAS NAV AIREWORKFACNARTUCOMFAffi-
by R. P. Kline
\
Capt. "
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for outstanding performance dur- Bickner, Eileen CairelInthaEubanks \ -- currently open for receipt of applications -
\ listed below. The FAETULANT, Naval Hos-
the period April I, 1968 Parron Gallop Ben > ? are JAX
through ing March 31, 1969. Usry, Mary Ellis, Wanda Can- 6 area of consideration and the pital, Navy Commissary Storage
nington and Pauline Reeder.Mar- closing date of each are shown. Office, Jacksonville. Applica-

Honored were Dorothy Jones, garet McCall and Joseph Kurt- ..... MPB No. 72-67 Plan G-Grade tions for these positions will be
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Elizabeth Fernandez, Josephine right. levels GS-4 and below; MPB accepted at any time. A separate
LaRosa, Florence Anders, Julia No. 79-67 Plan C All semi- application must be filed for
Johnson, Katherine Fromhart Kathy Fromhan and Laura t --- skilled positions pay level 7 and each position in which interes-
Harrison received sustained per- below; and MPB No. 83-67
i Mary Luvisi, Esther Schultz,LaI -' formance: awards.The others received -- .ilorl'flu1 MAY,1 I CALL AN Plan B All skilled positionspay ed.MPB No. 5-69 Industrial En-
rene Faircloth, Linda Hill, Alice a quality step increase. 11CN 'S"'fJIoIJe \/. level 7 1 and above. Area of gineer, GS-5-7-9-11. Area of
I consideratin : Nationwide. Applications -
for this position will
be accepted until the needs of the
,
*"'1/111/" ';' q '"" ''iiiiJii7iH
'i' v //if i"f.' !
} 1"1/Jif"fI '
I ,"" 'zt!r < ')If"; ',J!, service are met.
:ji;; Z" Z :", :
!!) II';1&i MPB No. 56-69 Mechanical En-
Jr'1fiI 1 z 1,Ii;, gineer GS-9 and 11. Area of
"iIIIt1l! % consideration: Nationwide. Ap-
.. i'%, < plications for this positin will
''l'
W E v E
JJi7frVii1''I!! ;/ be business accepted June through 12. the close of

Ac-
MPB No. 58-69 Systems
countant GS-11. Area of con-
sideration: 6th Naval District.
STARTED
r.y THEM!
Applications for this positon will
be accepted through the close of
business May 27.
MPB No. 59-69 Digital com-
YOU N puter Systems Operator GS-5;
and 7. Area of consideration:
414! Nationwide. Applications for this
.
position will be accepted throughthe
close of business June 15.

kL FINISH THEM r -fej 3 MPB Store No. Checker 61-69 SupervisorySales GS-4. Areaof

consideration: NAS, NAV-
l AIREWORKFAC NARTU, COM-
FAIRJAX, FAETULANT Naval
I- Hospital, Navy Commissary
t Stores, Navy Recruiting Sta
ter Resident Storage Office,
Jacksonville. Applications for ,
;J this position will be accepted '
L,.. .-.. through the close of business
.... ...., \... iA,, May 29.MPB.
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"' m .' No. 63 69 Secretary
._ .. ff' ,..,, '
j GS of
'" ; i1 ,. :ft"-- (Stenography) 5. Area
j_ ._ Q' :r !
if, :, ",:, .C consideration: NAS, NARTU, ,
{ Clay +" "" ..- :NARF, COMFA1RJAX,. FAETU i1
County's LANT, Naval ,
f ., Hospital Navy
} I Mr' Only Completely ...--? "te": -: -$ *- ,.,. ."._. ......- I'I I cruiting Commissary Station Stores Disease, Navy Vector Re- t,

III 1. Control Center Resident Storage
..; PLANNED Office, Jacksonville. Applica -
; tion for this position will be ac't
COMMUNITY cepted through the close of busi-
ness Mav 28.

MPB No. 64 69 Card Punch
Supervisor GS 4. Area of
Consideration: NAS, NARF,
a eoo o00 NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU

LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
Commissary Stores, Navy Re-
.1.} cruiting Station Disease Vector
Control Center Resident Storage
Office, Jacksonville. Applica -
tions for this position will be accepted -
through the close of busi-
June 2.
ness

MPB No. 66 69 Supervisory
CHOOSE YOUR.
Financial Systems.Analyst GS-
12. Area of consideration: 6th
Naval District. Applications for
this will be
position accepted
f p S Shaded Lot lath & Kitchen through the close of business
June 16.
HOMO DosiN Tile & Fixtures
All applicants must be careeror
6:4 : j i y Exterior & Interior Options: career conditional employees -
of the Federal Government
Colors HeitiMf & A/C Application Form 171 for these
positions should be filed with the
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American National 1 1By
League Action Limited::.

SMC George BlackburnNAS the award will go this year tothe cognition as Dental's Coach.

CECIL In the National Dental Department with Tom Here are the standings for'the
League there was limited Puckett receiving special retwo leagues: v'
J1wk
action last week. The second'
f round of play started off with NATIONAL AMERICAN "
AMD meeting the Dental Department AMD 7-1 .
This match saw the A-44 5-2 A-82 8:0

pathetic Plumbers' winning VA-174 ',. 5'-2' VA-36 "' ...5.1
Dental 4-4 A-64 q.2
streak grind to a rather em-
barrassing halt as AMD blasted Weapons 3-4 A-86 4-3
them to a seven to nothing de- Operations 3-5 A-66 4-4
feat. AMD hit the Scoreboard Marines 2-5 A-67 2-7
early in the first inning with a A-45 2-6 VC-4 0-8
total of five for the first
runs _...._ ..__...___... __......_.._..._NNNINNINNNINNNINNNNN/NNIINNNNNNIINNNIIN/I
and two more in the second.
The leading hitter for AMD was
k .Po Bill (Hit It A Mile) Painter who Jax, Cecil CPOs to Battle

4 knocked out two Not to
be ignored was the triples.fine pitching; NAS CECIL Coming up soon at Cecil Field is the annual clashof

NEW OFFICERS..for Cecil lady golfers are, from left, Lucy of AMD's Jim Lee. rival Chief Petty Officer Clubs. This year the Cecil CPO's
Glascock, Hospitality; Doris Shellman, Handicap; Claire The other game in National tackle the Jax CPO's on June 8 at 'B' Circle Field North at 3:00
Some of the Cecil all stars who will fill the line -
week faced-off p.m. up are
Grosskopf, President; Louise White, League last
Secretary-Treasurer and "
with VA-45 with Doc Brewster Tom Fox, 2D2" Gakill andFredLegalYpung.Thesepeople ( )
Amie Nick, Tournament Chairman. Operations
may be familiar to some of you since they are the mainstayof
Operations coming out on top
I li 1. ( Il 1apw 7 to 5. According to the Operations' the Cecil intramural umpires. Here's a unique chance to find
out what the umpires really know about the game of Softball.
coach, Jack Hardee, his M/MNNINNNN/NI_... .....___, 1111I111111I11I11"11I' .._
GUNSLINGER CENTURION team will now make its move.

.isn't a Roman with a six- / Coach Hardee now joins the CECIL CIVILIANS ARE RECOGNIZED; 'II'!,._ .{(,

gun, it's LCdr. R. W. Mus- celebrated circle for the Coachof NAS CECIL FIELD Last Rudolph E. Galvin, ThoH.
grove of VA 105, just com- the Year award and stands week at Cecil Field thirtyeightCivil Smith, Florence D. Span' es-
his proudly beside two other famous Servants were cited for .ter T. Williams and Robert\O.
pleting 100th USS KITTY
u coaches at Cecil Field, length-of-service awards by Yeldell.
HAWK touchdown May I. The Hank Linder of VA-44 and Tom Capt. F.M. McLInn, NAS Cecil i'
next day he scored his 600th Puckett of Dental. Field Commanding 'Officer. A- For twenty years service were
total carrier landing. Action in the American Leaguewas warded for five years of service Carmen Barrett, Donald Cole,
Lee Davis Richard Eagle, Al-
also limited last week with
at Cecil Field were Robert -
ver Kennedy, Garland T. Long,
VA-82 still undefeated after
H. Anthony,Bessie L.Quinn,
William E. Robison, Frank Se-
downing VA-86, 6 to 0, and VC-4 Belvia T. Spradley and John W.
ward, Carl H. Sparks, and Les-
Cecil BowlingProgress still 'unable to end on the win- Stone. For Ten years of ser-
ning side lost to VA-66 12 to vice were Evelyn R. Bishop, ter T. Williams.

ToldNAS 6. Sportsmanship award for James D. Cates, Dewey Deville, For thirty years service were
Cecil intra-mural games would Harold Hollingsworth Cecil E. James B. Bailey Calven F.
most certainly go to the ball Jones, George B. Jones, Thomas Duke Mack S. Foures, KermitL.
CECIL The Cecil players of VC-4 who recently Kirkpatrick Arlie S. Maynard Lechner, and Joseph W. Oliff.
scratch bowling league finishedthe commented to their leading,chief Florence L. Meigs, John W. From the Supply Department
season last week with the 'We may not win many games, Mosley, and Effie M. Nugen. Rubye K. Hendrickson was recognized
VA-86 Sidewinders in first place, \ but we sure have a lot of fun For fifteen year were ClaudeV. for his beneficial sug-
and FAETU second. Here's how : trying. .
Collins, Francis H. Driscoll gestion in the same ceremony.
the standings looked: Of awards and trophies per-

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VA-174 #1 27-21 team with the best excusemaking -
Weapons 23532.5 ability. It looks now, thoughwe mnnmm AIR CONDITIONERS ml r f f
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Fliers Take Marathon Tank Meet I


Set for June
di ,
McClure Fires ShutoutVon x 41

Jax -- Swimmers at NAS Jax
McClure of the Jax Navy Fliers hurled 14 innings Friday > should began training for the 1969
Swim Meet as a date
night allowing only six hits in an extended marathon as the has Intramural been announced by Athletic
Fliers downed Painter's Poultry of Jacksonville 3 to 2. Director Frank McCaffrey.Set .
McClure, who also pitches for NARTU in the intramural league, F to go Tuesday June 17

seemed to get stronger as the at 2 p.m. at the Jax indoor pool
wound as the health club bom- in the NAS
game progressed into extra innings units participating
as he fanned 18, includingfive bardiers unloaded for six runs Composite Fund are eligible to
the last as Carroll was in trouble almost 'competition.
in two innings. enter the
held every inning. The Fliers were awarded to
The Fliers were score- Besides points
less and trailed 2-0 going into in for a battle if they wantedto teams in the Ironman Trophy
the bottom of the seventh when a split the doubleheader after a competition individuals finishing
shortstop error opened the door lackluster showing in the first first and second, winning relay
and the navy nine pushed across game as they fell 6 to 0. teams and champion runner-

two runs to take the game into One Hitter cyy'e up teams will all receive trophies
the first of seven extra innings.Al immediately following the meet.
Wells (NARTU) reached first Von McClure got the nod in TOP LINKSTERS-Mrs. William Mahoney (center). and Mrs. The meet will be comprised of
the second and after
pitch-
virtue of the miscue and game the 50 free
by nine events; meter
Richard Knock first
accept and second place silver bowls
from
ing 14 innings the night before -
Bob Kicielinski FAW backstroke, 50
( 11))moved style, 50 meter
Wells around to third with a came right back and shack- Capt. L.W. Graves. Mrs. Mahoney won the 36-hole NAS Women's meter butterfly, 100 meter
single where he scored fromon led the downtown boys on one hit. championship and Mrs. Knock was runner-up. butterfly, 100 meter freestyle,
fielder's choice. Pat The Fliers got on the score- 200
Hig-
a 3 meter fancy diving, meter
gins (ComFairJax)' then drilled board in the second inning after I Intramural Softball StandingsVAP I individual medley, 200 meter
a triple to center scoring Ron leadoff man Ron Mensinger drewa medley relay. The fancy diving
l; Mensinger (VP 16)) and it wasa walk and moved to second on event will consist of 6 dives, 1
a sacrifice. Shortstop Rick Kunz 62 6-0 FICEUR 6-0
new-ball game. compulsory dive out of the For-
(Admin) then doubled to center .Admin 5-1 NARTU 5-1
The Fliers went down in order ward Division and five optional
uritftthe, [ 12th when Kicielinski driving across Mensinger and the VP-5 5-2 VP-7 4-2 dives out of any division.
Fliers clung to a one run leadas VP 16 ... 3-2 Hospital679th 4-2
pourjSe a double but was left I Interested units should contact
McClure kept Roman Spa off MARTDAC 3-2 2-3
stranded as Painter's hurler ,.: the Athletic Department ((3239))
Del Flannagan retired the next balance mixing fast balls with a Maint. : 2-4 Air Ops, 1-4 and an organizational meeting is
two men on ground balls. Mean- deceivingchange up that fanned ComFairJaxComOffMess 2-4 VW 4Commun. 1-5 set for Wednesday, May 28, at
while, McClure was able to keep 12 batters. 2-4 0-6 9:30 a.m.
control allowing only one bat- Jax Navy added two insuranceruns FAETU J : 2-5

ter to reach second, that by a in the sixth as Al Wage- Medical 0-6 . . . . . . . .
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the winning tally. Robins AFB of Warner Data Techs 2-3
The second game of the sche-. Robins, Ga. for doubleheaders NARF 2.6VP
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VP-5 Champs I, I j'

Down Weapons Kal's Korner


a I By JOSN Brent KallestadIt's I'
S a Jax -- The VP-5"Mad Foxes"captured
the spring intramural

bowling championship last really a small world -- players have marveled at Kicie-
Thursday by downing Weaponsin keep running into "boot"buddies linski's epic swing during' the
a sudden death roll-off. from San Diego all the time! season. .

The Mad Foxes champions of The latest just happens to be Midwest Product
the who has the
cat Jax
the American League met the sparked Kicielinski who learned his
champions of the other three Fliers softball team to an 8-7 skills on the sandlots of EastSt
mark.
leagues, Weapons AOMD and season BOB KICIELINSKI that Louis Ill, played varsity
--
UNCLES, in single round robin try
a high school baseball and American -
KITCH-ILL-IN-SKI
one -- --
meet. After playing each of these .
(how 'bout putting him in the Legion ball for three years.In
teams once the result was a same outfield with Carl Yas- prep ball he faced Dean Burk
deadlock with VP-5 and Weaponsin tremzki) the Chicago Cub's $50,000 bonus
Flier
slugging outfielder -
a tie for first place. In a has pitcher and was picked on the
base
sprayed extra
sudden death match VP-5 emerged Illinois-Missouri All Metro team
hits
all over various ball parks
victorious to capture the crown which is selected annually by
during the early of the
going
by 63 pins over Weapons."Consistency" season. major league baseball scouts in
the area.
was the word The lefty swinging 22-year-old Ski came into the Navy in
NATURAL HAZARD?Mt's not that this golfer hit his ball intoa used to describe the regular sea- outfielder known to his team- April, 1966 and he plans to enrollat

farm but rather into the path of a tractor plowing under the son victories as YN3 Apollo mates as 'Ski', patrols the Flier Southern Illinois University at
old grass on the Jax golf course. YNSN Lunger and Lt's Nicoletti pastures with competent verve the end of his enlistment next
and Shaffer averaged better than and he substitutes a 12gaugefora spring where he hopes to play
Links 160 pins per games. throwing arm. baseball. *
Get New
CoatJax Sports writer Rick Kunz who J. ,. _

covers the Fliers says ..
--TheNASJaxGolfCoursehas straight hit theballof Queen Elizabeth I"",was addicted
course "He's
you got really good wrists...
begun what will result in a will be the addition of two small just like a major leaguer..and to dancing, National Geographic
Even
four month "facial" of its fair- lakes on the 8th and 17th holes. says. a L.66. she
he hits the ball hard."
always tried a dance called the',Span
ways as workmen moved in with Work on the 17th has already ish Panic but
in the privacyof
equipment on the back nine holes started and the lake will be Kunz added that many opposing her room.
this week. about two-thirds of the way down P
The present condition of the the fairway on the right side; in
fairway grass requires the reno- perfect position to catch that big
vation because of the mixture of slice on a second shot. Club Why Do You See
clover and weeds strangling what professional Joe MacDonald explained -
little grass remains. The pro- the lakes were added
; cess of replacing 18 fairways with outof necessity, rather than to
new grass involves applying an make the course tougher because -
,, arsenic weed killer to deaden they will improve the V t So Many Of TheseIn

; the present turf before turning drainage problem that has

:;:. under the top soil. The poison, plagued this area in the past.

". however, will not be fatal to the Starting TimesThe ; ': _
: new grass as it grows. _
Jax course which receives a -
a v
will
The
fairways
new sport
of
heavy play most the
Ormond Bermuda which is
grass
year expects to handle the golf- 0
a high bred grass for fairways
} ers on a well layed-out plan to
+ and and the R
tees popular among
of 18
insure play holes despitethe
,i the south.Holes
R finest courses in
fact that only half the course
A. 10 through 18 will undergo the
will be used. MacDonald stated ti
treatment first with the front '
"We still feel
we can accomo- %
nine remaining open for play by dateall-thepeople who regularly
club members and friends. play here and we will continueto Jacksonville?
., One highlight depending on how use a starting time systemon

weekends and holidays." He y
explained that on weekends and < Fh Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold ',
: NAVY holidays golfers can make start- in Green Cove Springs, and why there should be so many
ing times between 7 and 9 a.m. modern, completely staffed new car franchises in community
and be assured of getting in a of this size? For instance, in what other town of less than
: continuous 18 holes replaying the population will you find offered complete lines of
Ii M' [J' @ front side right after comingoff ,, r aTEACHER'S Chevrolets Oldsmobiles and all other major American auto
:
number nine green. Starting manufacturers?
times will again be open after

11 a.m. for two more hours allowing n
INSURANCE 150 people on the course f r U VIII

by 1 p.m. During weekdays .,. nor1St7a
groups finishing nine holes will
alternate with groups teeing off !
on number one. ,
The entire job of adding the r ;

new fairways will be completed PET Sheree t ii
around Oct. 1 with the back nine -
North she in MGM's"The
as
re-opening July 20. Nine holes Trouble appears With Girls and

__J I_ _I 1_ will remain open at all times. How To Get Into It." The
comedy-drama setting Is the colorful
For college, marriage, or that '20's, but the, costume
down payment on a home Sheree is wearing is somewhatmore

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M Irrl.t .dIComplimentary ., You Why S> Many Cars Are Sold There

Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
"automobile row" in Green Cove Springs is only a'short,,
4' Most popular pleasant drive from wherever they are, and ,so much easierto

watch in % of reach and,shop in than more heavily congested areas. They
// 2 like the friendly treatment they find in a small town. They
/ the world welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the lower

____ operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They appreciate the
., %of the world is underwater. fact that here they are treated as valued customers, not statis-
9 In that world,sklndivers have tics on a sales chart.At .
made the self-winding Zodiac
Roberts have closed the books on one
N \ Sea Wolf their undisputed first Chevrolet we just
_ choice.Big luminous,easy.to- of our most successful years in the history of the agency.
,,JJ, read dial.Tested and guaranteedfor We credit that record to the way in which we have endeavored to
waterproofing and accuracy improve our service to you in every department;to the capable
Cokes, /( 660 feet underwater.Sweep second conscientious personnel with which we are staffed; to the fact

City Maps, Key Chains / / time hand under and movable at a glance.bezel Unbreakable to tell your that we have been privileged to offer you the finest cars for

.... and SMILES! lifetime mainspring and balance the money ever. We would be happy to have you come in fora
r4 r, t ay staff.There's no better watch,not leisurely look at the 1969 model Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles.
ROBERT TRAVISAGENCY ; better value for active sportsmen.Men's You'll find more than 100 New Cars and Trucks to Chose From!
or ladles';black or white dial;
Model 1750 W,$110.
Visit Roberts Chevrolet-Oldsmobile in Green Cove Springs
Zodiac and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green Cove i ,.
1165 S. EDGE WOOD Springs. Our slogan -- "Putting You First Keeps Us First"I I
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