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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 29, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Of F1A HISTORY



Outstanding Inspection: Grades Given 10 HAS Areas ".j



Jax -- Ten of the 25 functionalareas

Bond DriveUnderway inspected at last week's
command inspection of the naval
air station were recommended to

RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com-
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,
to receive a grade of ootstaooi -
On StationThe i
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PubUilMdbj tbc HoI&P.N .I.IK OMIIP-".t pltn Aim.Opinion.iprtM.. 4 b,U> publisher ,4 mlun terau ar.&lie"0. and tot lob*conudmd uofficial ipt of njrbiliUrr Aviation Safety
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1969 Share in Freedom 27 NO. 10 U. 1 MAVAt AIR STATIOH.JACKSOHVILLE. FLORIDA MAY 29. 1969 Public Works,Comptroller,
Savings Bond Campaign has begun Supply, Chaplains, Public Affairs -
aboard the air station.At Dental, Civilian Personnel
an organization meeting of NAS and Data Processing were rated .
department chairmen and key- Hospital Corpsman outstanding at the end of three

men, Arthur A. Slocumb, chair- days of checking files, reports,
man of the station's bond drive, daily routine and everything that
announced the campaign will run goes on in the operation aNavy
through June 14. Awarded I Silver' Star office or organization. '

"Savings Bonds or a combinedpay Adm. Stroh said he was par-
deduction of bonds and Free- ticularly pleased with Air Opera

dom Shares are an excellent wayto Jax -- During Friday's inspec- "Demonstrating outstanding professionalism tions, Aviation Safety and Public -
save money and help the coun- : >,, and calm Affairs, as well as the other
tion RAdm. Robert J. Stroh ? presenceof
pre- :" : ,
try at the same time, Mr. Slo- ; ,J sections that were recommended -
mind he assigned prioritiesand
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sented three medals NAS ,
to t .. ,
per- 1l.
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cumb explained. "Many people > directed the evacuation of 71 to receive outstanding marks.
sonnel, including the Silver Starto ,; ,
find that they never miss the a hospital who .' ":", 'Af' casualties within a four-hour The admiral also noted at the *
young corpsman
money taken from their pay for will be discharged from the Navy ,tI';i), '! .. t;" :'" period. His timely actions and critique Friday that much improvement *
bonds and are able to save con- .; I A:'>" ,M has been made In some
today upon the completion of his '" :.; ;-l ,,) bold initiative Inspired all who
siderable amounts for something enlistment. '". +, "' ":" '" observed him and were instru- of the other areas inspected.He .
"
special. Receiving the nation's third .' "'M" mental in saving the lives of pointed out that he was a-
While keymen will be discussing ... '. I Marines. ware of the fact that some of
highest medal for bravery in .. numerous
of bonds with .... ''' the noted by his
the advantages combat was HM3 Richard C. ... Recalling the afternoon's actions discrepencies
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everyone aboard station, this Mulhaupt. The 22-year-old- I which won him the medal, staff were beyond the capabilities -
year those who decide to get on was decorated "for .. "(' Mulhaupt calmly explained what of the air station to cor-
"bonds will be askedto corpsman \ rect due to funding and -
the
wagon" conspicuous gallantry and intre- he remembered. By comparison, personnel
take a few minutes to fill pidity" while serving in Vietnam J he thought standing in frontof limitations.' He cited habitability -
out an allotment request. After with the Third Marine Division.He hundreds to receive his medal as an example and not-
signing up, the bonds will be performed his medalwinning ; k'' from the admiral"was scary" -- ed that the men and women at

mailed to a designated addressor feat on the afternoon of April / a strange reaction for a man who the station had done as muchas
held at the Navy Finance they could with what they had
"by his superior lea-
30, 1968 while taking part in courage
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Office in Cleveland for safe keep- with the .. ?' J to work with. The station'sproject
Operation Kentucky \, dership and steadfast devotion to
ing. of scrubbing down all
Third Battalion. duty in the face of great personal
Its old buildings was given as
Among the advantages of E Mulhaupt said the battalion had l danger, upheld the highest tradition worthwhile In
a project improving -
Bonds are: been moving on a sweep for of the Marine Corps and
the of the station.
about 45 minutes when It came United States Naval Service" appearance
*You earn 4.25 per cent when under fire. His chief had just while winning the Silver Star. After the personnel inspection
held to maturity, plus additional HM3 Mulhaupt Friday morning, Admiral Stroh
sent him to give aid to a wounded Others decorated at the Inspection -
interest if held longer than seven said he was impressed by the
Marine when a mortar barrage hesitatingly organized Marinesto Friday were Capt. Oscar -
bearing of the
military
com-
years. came into the area wherehe act as provisional corpsmen Gray Jr., (MQ), who received -
mand and the number of
You can't lose a Savings Bond. The and directed their Lt. out-
had just been. skillfully the Air Medal and JohnH.
They're replaced if lost,destroyed rest ot the corpsmen were either treatment of the casualties while Prey, who received the Navy standing uniforms. The admiral
also three medals
to
or stolen. killed or seriously wounded. he personally aided the more seriously Achievement Medal. Both men presented
*There are tax advantages.See NAS Jacksonville personnel dur-
The citation accompanying the wounded. received their medals for ser-

( Savings ;; ) The citation went on to say, vice in Vietnam.on (See Inspection Palo 2)L )

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808, 1700-2400; 19th Hole Snack

Bar, Bldg. 1877, 1100-1800; 'Ibk
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Bowling Alley Snack Bar, 1200-

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Express Store #1, Bldg. 931,

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NATTC -- Cafeteria, Bldg.

554, 1200-2130.

All other Navy Exchange
activities will be closed to observe -

Arthur A. Slocumb Memorial Day. Riot Control Team



I I. NWCA Jax 86 Pays Tribute to Medical' CorpsA I



special Memorial Day Ser- 86president, Mrs. Bud Barnes, the screening of 899 childfor Amblyopia or lazy eye di- ning of the award to the Am
vice May 25 gave Navy Wives to Capt. W.C. Turville, commanding ren in 17 local kindergartens sease. The club owes the wipz blyopia chairman, Mrs. Tho-
Club of America Jax 86 a chanceto officer of the Naval mas Hamby, her committee
show its appreciation to the Hospital. members, Mrs. David Havens
men and women of the Medical Single red roses were then and Mrs. Bill Howard, and all

Corps who have given their livesIn placed on an open Bible on the club members who worked so
service to their country. alter by Chief Bud Barnes on hard on the project. .
I The services were held at the behalf of the Fleet Reserve, and Vii' The Golden Apple Award was

Naval Hospital's St. Luke's by Capt. Fred Mohle, past pre- < accepted on behalf of ,the club
Chapel and conducted by Lt. Cdr. sident of the Jax Navy League. by club vice-president, Mrs.

C.D. Harper, Jr., whO gave a Jax 86 chaplain,Mrs.Avin Stone, .,Siv Bill Howard. John Tucker,vice-
most Inspiring sermon on how concluded the presentaton by president of the Florida Pub-
we could be seen through the saying the Navy Wives Prayer lishing Company made the pre-
eyes of one of the "missing." and placing a single rose in sentation.
He encouraged us, the fortunate the alter bouquet.On With the Memorial Day Pre-
remaining ones, to honor our the lighter side of the I'P sentation and the winning of the

missing not by statues, flags or club's activities, but still very award the club celebrated its
flowers placed once a year, but much In conjunction with their 22nd anniversary with a Blue
by deeds all year. "We must purpose, Jax 86 learned on May and Gold Luncheon. Mrs.Barnes
give vent to our patriotism,work 21 that It had won the first place and past president, Mrs. Thomas
with all our hearts for world Eve Award for volunteer service. Bennett cut the cake and then the

: peace, never defile our service- The news came during the club traveled back in time as
men but honor them always and club's regular monthly social the minutes of the first meeting

pray for those missing ones of all the Times Union newspaper had of t sNw 22 years ago were read.
wars on both sides," the Chap- singled out the club for havingthe !y' Many things have changed in
lain said. best volunteer project fora 4 those 22 years but one thing
During the service, plaque, club with a membership of 50 e7d' ,ice has remained the same and that is
in memory of the men and womenof to 100. a hard working club with a special
the Medical Corps absent from The particular project that won CAPT. TURVILLE accepts Memorial Plaque from Mrs. closeness between sister mem-

c 2 our midst, was presented byjax the laurel was the club's work Barnes at May 25 services. bers.


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St. Edwards Chapel

1969-J'itemoriaf 3bay-1969 SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.
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DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.

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SERVICES10:00 a.m.
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PROTESTANTAll
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CHRISTMAS IN MAY-GySgt. C.G. Howell, treasurer of

NAS CPO Advisory Group accepts a check from Margaret SUNDAY

i I DeAngelis, CPO Wives Club treasurer, for the annual Christ Church School9:00 a.m.
mas party for underprivileged children. The check repre- Bldg. # 722

sented profits from the CPO, Yflves'( fashion show held in Junior Church 10:00 a.m.

JIfS> March. Advisory Group President, $KCM J.A. Kemp looks on. Bldg. # 722

Navy Relief Drive Goal Is SetA Divine a.m. -Worship Bldg. # 750 Service 1C

The grass is green, the flowers lovely in the beautifully kept Episcopal Communion 8:30i,
grounds of Arlington National Cemetery, near the Pentagon.

Marble at the Tomb of the Unknown glistens in the brilliant t 100 Per Cent ParticipatorThe I a.m.Small Chapel Bldg. #750
aun. Tall, stalwart members of the Old Guard march their path on Junior Youth Fellowshlp-5
guard as sentries at the Tomb, keeping the vigil, night and day. p.m.
1969 Navy Relief Drive vice chairman of this year'sdrive. Bldg. f## 722
This, perhaps, is the most poignant symbol of remembrance to TUESDAY
the thousands of men of our armed forces who sleep on the gentle now in its fourth week Is pro- began
drive which Choir Rehearsal-7
ceeding at a slow pace accordingto The annual Senior p.m.
slopes of Arlington the sentries are there, constantly protectingthe
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officials. To date May 4 and ends June Bldg. # 750
Tomb, a symbol which pays tribute to all in Arlington.This campaign "
who the sacrifice contributions are falling behind coincides with the anniversaries WEDNESDAYNavigator's
does not mean that others paid supreme
should be forgotten; far from it. Rather, it is to strengthen, the last year's $24,000 donated by of the Battle of the Coral Bible Class 7
point that the Tomb of the Unknown, within sight of the S tion's Navy Marine Corps and civilian :a Sea and the Battle of Midway.In p.m. Bldg. # 722 ,
Capitol, pays tribute to all those who have given their lives for personnel' in the Jacksonville addition to the normal help THURSDAY
their country. Sanford, Orlando and Glynco given to needy service personnel Christian Science Service -

May 30-Memorial Day-hundreds of persons will gather at Ar areas. and their families, havea 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750 '
lington for the traditional wreath laying, patriotic music and speech This year no monetary goal new addition to the family, or
traditional in that setting. This annual tribute those ,who rest has been set. "The goal is need help in any emergency, a
beneath the white'markers' is a gesture of, gratitude to them a way 100 per cent participation by growing program for aid to edu- SUNDAY
of saying Thank You and God Bless You. every military man approached cation has been established to Evening Worship -- 6 p.m.,

And ever near us, though unseen. ," said Lt. James M. Key help dependent college-age stu Bldg. #750
The fair immortal spirits tread; dents. TUESDAY
For all the boundless universe The Scholarship Aid Program Pentecostal Fellowship--7 p.m.
Is life-there are no dead. provides financial assistance to Bldg. #722

(AFPS) QUESTIONSand college age dependents of mili-
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retired .
tary or military personnel. r "
Navy Relief, a

Could You Be Coivicted? further no-Interest Through their, long-term education.is loan:avail to- II ,Traffic J Jj II

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OAf :: ANSWERSThis ,able. _When the schooling is com-
This)last Saturday I saw this But eNer. j+vr) ;:o ne point: is,.our ,. pleted and the student enters the
f ,> headline over an.ad.', for a Bap- daily: co:: :tct; Do v,'e always meet I labor force, the loan can' be paid j Violations J
ytist, : Church: In this rea. Just people loelirglv; ? Or> are we back.
and Answer de.
below It were the words "If Judgmental ard exdishe? Are partment Question has been established for Last year, more than 1,000
you were arrested for being a v e gossips and slanderers or the benefit of all military person dependent children took part in The following Is a reort of
Christian would there be enough does gossip and slander stop when nel.Forces Send Press questions File. 1117 to:N.Armed 19th the program with about one mil- motor vehicle accidents and traf-
evidence to convict you?" it reaches us? Are ve more Interested St.. Arlington Va. 22209. lion dollars In scholarship loans. fic violations for the period 13
This Is a startling thought. You in large cars and money through May 19.Number. '
might answer that the fact that you than we are in the condition of Q. What type personnel INSPECTIONFrom of Accidents

were a Christian. Actually our fellow man living In the obvious make up the Systems Com- This Week'' < . . .17
this proves nothing except that slums in every city and mand, both enlisted and officer ( Page I) Total accidents this year through
"you were in church on Sunday. in the shanties that dot our countryside ? May 19 . . . 144
The evidence needed to con- ? A. There are about 32,000 Ing the personnel inspection.(bee Number of accidents through May

vict In a situation like this might I will leave it up to you: "If military in the command and Silver Star story) 1968 . . 140
involve the willingness to refuse you were arrested for being a about 30,000 civilian and 40,000 Following the personnel In- Total number of days since last
to worship the local gods or even Christian would there be enough contractors, the majority of spctlon the admiral saw a demonstration injury In a motor vehicle accident -

Caesar Inhis local manifestation. evidence to convict you? technical whom have some scientific. or conducted by the sta . . 207

(SAVINGS from Page I) raise aside for savings in the background.Q. tion's disturbance force. Number of Violations
form of bonds. What is the Systems Capt. H.O.Cutler station commanding This week . . I3
E Bond Interest is exempt from Bonds Command relationship with officer spoke'to his division Speeding . . :15
Savings currently
state and local income taxes. of pay NASA in the space effort officers following the crlt- Reckless Driving . three
annual interest 4.25
Federal tax may be deferred until an and rate in A. It is a very integrated one, que, saying "I'm pleased over- Going through stop sign eight
cent mature
: bonds are redeemed. per while Freedom Shares seven starting with the bill passed by all with the inspection. Please Other violations . .87
years,
Allotments pay Congress in 1958 reorganizing pass the word to thank all hands Forty drivers appeared before
Military 5 per cent and mature in four NASA from the old NACA.Q. .
for their efforts
in Board May
and one half years. (Freedom' preparing the Traffic Hearing on
can'buy
bonds Military and Freedom personnel Shares in Shares can only be bought in com- In research and development for the inspection." Capt. Cut- 22. Disposition of the cases included -
bination with bonds.) is there such a ler was particularly pleased with the following: Eight lost
combination by filling out an al-
thing as a typical the appearance of his officersand
weapons driving and parking privileges
.loment for as little as $3.90 Savers ,men at the
Civilian development program? personnel inspection aboard station for various
each payday. Mr. Slocumb urgedeveryone A. No there is nothing according to his
typical remarks to
think about the For as little as $3.90 each periods; seven were assigned
to upcoming in ,research and at the
develop post critique, meet- in
pay day, civilian employees complete an eight-hour course
may
pay raise and perhaps ment each is custom
; case made.
buy a$50: bond and 450 Freedom ing.The remedial driving; two received
decide to set a portion of that Naturally there is a search tostandardize captain also commented
'< Shares every 20 pay' periods* much on suspensions; Twenty-two were
as as can be the
areas which
were dismissed
recom-
for efficiency.Q. given warnings; Eight were
mended as outstanding and urged ; Eleven were fined (U.S.
If I attend school halftime those'departmental areas to continue Commissioner); and none referred -
JTAX: AIR: E\l\fS for' six month in 'an the effort. He noted the to commanding officersfor
institution of higher learning general improvement of all departments possible disciplinary action.
how much of my eligibility since the last com Twenty-three drivers were .assessed -
to G.I. bill educationand mand inspection in 1967 and ,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is'a Chilian Enterprise Newspaper training benefits will aged 1 for the continued efforts of 48 traffic points.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. N'aval Air Matron, be charged against me? all hands, both military and ci-
., Jacksonville, Florida, by the Molt Publishing Company a A. Three months of' your eligibility 'vilian.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the //AX AIM will be charged againstyou. Official grades for the inspection ;;

NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Ho* : ( are bel>g reviewed pre- !f
@[}{]ffioo kora
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub Q. How many Medal of ei'tly: for fillaJlJhmlsiontothe:\
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources "I ele- Honor presentation have admiral and arc due for pllbJicatJOn -
been made Mince UH origin? within the
ohone 772 3118 or 3119. next week.
A. Through March 10C9 a Football ; ,
total of :'J.22H had been pro- became a varsity
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries rented, with 77 resulting from but port at Michigan State in 1896,
concerning such should be directed to: heroic action in the Republic of unofficial elevens were active -

The Holt Publishing Company 4747 San Juan Ave. Vietnam.Q. as early-as 1886.JAeJ2r8tWarrnt ffi JccLnLAUU :\

Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 What !ia the mission of
the Veterans Administration Officers of I
VOL. 27 NO. 10 MAY 29, 1969 ? Mine Planters Service to the Army

A. Its sole mission is to serve Ized by an act ot Congress author-in 9@@
veterans and their dependents. July 1918.

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VA-15 VA-34 Whatever We Do '
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Lt. Nick Doramus ,
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'Disestablish'Themselves NASy CECIL The Hell- happy to chalk it off as good ex to VA 153 at NAS Le .<
razors of VA 174 are sponsoring perience. moore, Calif in June. 'V
a "brother act" for Dave Finney has almost completed Jay will be with VA 174 for .,
; TodayBy I the second time since the squadron the A 7 pilots sybalus some time yet. he is marriedto <
transitioned to the A -v7 1. (training period) and will report the former Miss Darla Young. <
Corsiar II.
William R. Burkett, Jr. Lt. James H. (Jay) Finney -- ---- ,- .
reported to VA 174 in Sept-

NAS CECIL Webster'sNew reappear at NAS Cecil In the ember 1968 as an instructor
World Dictionary defines. form of an A-7 Corsair II squadron. pilot after completing two t
"squadron" as "a unit of mili- Both the disestablishing Western Pacific cruises flying
tary aviation consisting of two or squadrons were A-4 squadrons.At A 4's with VA192 out
more flights," or "any organized press time, plans for the Blue of NAS Lemoore.Lt. .
body or group." Blasters were still Incompleteand (jg) David H. Finney checked -
But any aerial Navyman, from In the rumor stage. in two months later as a
unrated airman to flying admiral, "The squadron will remain on replacement pilot fresh out of the t t'
will tell you that a squadron is a paper for six months,"the VA-34 training command.The .
living entity, comprised of Its spokesman said. "All records ( first brothers to fly with
men and its aircraft, its history will be held In the Federal Records VA 174 were Commander
and Its place In the order of Center." William F. Sallada, commanding -
battle. VA-15, the "Valions" VA-15 began Its life and his- officer of the squadron, and -
and VA-34, "World Famous Blue tory as Torpedo Squadron Four Lt. Robert Sallada, a replace- : .
Blasters, are two such living aboard the USS RANGER In ment pilot.) II: 4 4w
entities. Today, at 10:45 a.m., Grassy Bay, Bermuda In 1942. Jay, know among his squadron : __ w W.-.
'mates as the "Big Finney", ;
they cease to exist, except on Lieutenant W.A. Sherrill was "
paper. skipper, and six pilots, flew the was graduated from the U. S. :::: : ". ,, . .- -.
Commanders Richard G. Daly famed SBD against the Nazisat Naval Academy in 1964. Dave ,
and Mark E. Perrault, skippersof Rabit Cazos and Port Lyau- or the "Little Finney" obviously The Brothers FinneyMONEY
VA-15 and VA-34 respectively, tey Airdromes, and bombed their figured that his elder brother had .., ,
will read the orders of dises- U-Boats and surface ships in a good deal going and also enter-
tablishment, and order their Casablanca Harbor. Its last ed the Academy. Hewasgraduat-
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execs to furl the squadron stan- action was aboard the USS INTREPID ed with the Class of' 1967. Cash Monthly Months
dard. Execs and their standard in the Gulf of Tonkin. not to be outdone by his big bro- You Get Payment to Pay '
bearers will bring the standardsto And It may have an opportunityto ther, he also decided,that flyingwas ,
the reviewing stand. Then the see action there again in its the only way to travel and IN 1 DAY $4.)) 5.00 24
execs will dismiss the men, and A-7 incarnation. received his wings about the time
the squadrons pass onto paper VA-34 was commissioned VF- that the "big Finney" was com- 21927; B.OD 24
with that dismissal. That Is the 20 In 1943 at NAS San Diego, and pleting his first sea duty tour. $25 to $600ARRANGED
heart of the ceremonies sche- its pilots flew their Initial car- Similarity of career patt 320.79 19.00 24 .
duled for today, couched in rier qualifications onto the USS erns doesn't quite and here,
the ribs of military protocol. KITKUN BAY and USS ESSEXin however. While in the Training 427.51 25.00 2"
"The squadron personnel will F6F-3's the doughty "Hell- Command "Little Finney" fin- 100
disperse," said a VA-34 spokesman. cats". They went aboard USS ally got a chance to do some SOO.51 29.00 24
"Our airmen will go to LEXINGTON and took on the thing before his older brother.He 600.00 4.39 14interest.
VA-44, VA-45 and VA-174.Some Japanese in Manila and LuzonIn was forced to eject from a T2B BY PHONE Payments inClude .
got VP (patrol) squadrons. Two their first raids. The Blue Buckeye jet on a training flight.
went to be ship's company. Most Blasters,sister squadron to the Not to be outdone, Jay decided to
of the officers went to the Train- Valions, were also aboard the try the ejection himself. Duringa
ing Command. Four went to fleet USS INTREPID for their final carrier qualification exercise eDBL Ffmiace c..,..y
squadrons. The skipper will be blows against an enemy,and raid- aboard the USS AMERICA
Air Operations Officer for USS ing was the name of the game (CVA 66)), "Big Finney" ejected -
SHANGRI-LA." again as they flew 1,815 mis- from an A 7 when jet
A similar dlspersement was sions against North Vietnamese blast started the aircraft skid- 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384 2341

said to be the fate of VA-15. targets, busting bridges and ding toward the deck edge. Nei- 241 WEST FORSYTH ST. DIAL 356-0735
But VA-15, as reported by the blasting barge concentrations.The ther brother cares to try that 5256 BEACH BLVD. VIAL 359 2895 I
AFTERBURNER in weeks past, squadrons made their final unorthordox method of exitingan
has already been scheduled to return to NAS I Cecil this month. aircraft,,)again, and,both. are
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I, ,t"f'- '< ( Note: Due to popular ganizations have a legitimate interest -
: request, Jax Air News will pub- in any program that affects -
in the Thus
lish more series articles on the careers agency.
their views must be obtained in
Promotion
l' Policy.revised Federal The last Merit article on the the development of agency pro-
appeared in the March motion guidelines and merit pro-
new policy
l'1 t". 6 issue of the Jax Air News. motion plans and in significant
the series.) revisions to them. The revised
This is the ninth in
; One of the major: goals in revising promotion policy contains bet-
'y1 the Federal Merit Pro- ter guidance on obtaining these
motion Policy was to assure views, particularly on the scopeof
:,. .'\ t that employees are actively involved consulation or negotiation. with
in their agency's promotion employee organizations.The
.Y ril 4- :. Therefore thepolicy policy spells out the few
program.
d :l, t '. basic provisions of the merit
> J [ provides hat they par-
< 1 ticipate in the development of system that must be maintainedon
,L&-: the progrm that they be kept a uniform basis throughoutthe
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fully informed about its opera- government and thus are not
NEW NASA OFFICERS--Newly elected officers to the Naval, Air Station Association includetop tions and that they have a meansof subject to negotiation.It .
( row I to r) L. LaGrande J. Dominic E. Davis, J.G. Cooke and C.T. Madrin directors and getting prompt and! fair consideration also points out that there
(bottom row, I to r) F.L. Bedenbaugh director; J.W. Andrews treasurer; J.C. Ostertag vice of their complaints. still remain many areas of the
president; M.H. Eddings secretary and T.A. Darby director. Employers and employee or- promotion program that shouldbe
worked out with employeesand
employee organizations.Thus .

consulation, matters or appropriate negotiation for include -

CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES! "I for example, what jobs
should be covered by a promo-
tion plan what the minimumarea
of consideration should be,
whether vacancy announcements
Now YOU can SA VE the EASY WAY with should be used and how employees
should be kept informed about the
operations of the promotion pro-
AUTOMATIC gram.
Experience has shown that
employee acceptance and sup-
port of an agency promotion pro-
gram depends to large extent on
how well they understand its pur-
pose and operation and are a-
ware of its effect on them in-
dividually.*Many employees have
IT aEaig not been properly informed about
what 'ingoing oni The revised
'
promotion bolicy therefore requires -
that Jan agency inform its
employees the basic principlesof
the policy, the procedures of
the agency program, the pro-
motion opportunities available to
employees and the means by
which employees can be con-
sidered for higher-level posi
tions. An agency must providethis
information to new em-
ployees as part of their orientation -
and to all employees at
periodic intervals.

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Children of active duty and retired -
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Appointments may be made by
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Through Payroll DeductionsJax


-- Civilian employees 'a- any United States bank, savings '
board station can now save money and loan association or federalor fr- 1i-jjit
by having an allotment taken out state chartered credit union. : -iii
of their pay and having it sent to Payroll deductions for depositsto _
a savings account. a single or joint savings account -
NAS Jax Instruction 7420.1 of may be started by em-
May 20 outlines the proceduresby ployees, although the amount
which money can be sent to must be in whole dollar amounts !
(no cents). The name of the ; _
employee starting the allotmentmust
ClubSchedules be on a joint account.
The allotment authorizationfor
civilian employees is restricted 4- 1-
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those within t
to working .
the continental United States. No ..-""\ more than two allotments for the c '\.'"<
_, .
purpose of saving will be allowed, :
BLUE JACKETS INN although deductions may go to one PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS--Capt. H.Q. Cutler, HAS CO, signs the NAS Jax instruction which
or two financial organizations.To sets forth procedures and regulations governing the new payroll deductions for civilians, which
Tonight, 8:45 to 12:45 Messenger begin the savings deduction, has just come into effect. As L to the Masses entertains at employees must fill out Standard comptroller, look on.
the club. Form 1198 (A Request by Employee -
Tomorrow P. Cay and the Chan- for Allotment of Pay for Civilian Personnel Office
tels join the Hips Girls for the Credit to Savings Account with a
evening's fun.Saturday Financial Organization) and haveit
night the Camelotsset endorsed by the organization to Lists Current Job OpeningsMerit CURtfWWfI
the mood for you. which they wish the money sent. \\ !rTJ A'f:..
The Standard Productions en- Employees then turn the original
tertain from 4:45: to 11:45 p.m. form into the payroll office to promotion opportunities Center and Resident Storage Of- t1 tWS1l +vUYp.'tkr
$ """
on Sunday. begin the allotment. currently open for .receipt of fice, Jacksonville. Applicationswill
Monday, Evelyn Mae and the Proof of deposit or credit of applications are listed below. be accepted through the closeof
Free Sounds will be at the club the'allotment can be made only The area of consideration and business Monday. 11&1& T
from 7:45 to 11:45 p.m. by the organization to which the the closing date of each are MPB No. 66-69 Supervisory r.i//II'/'/ '"
Highlights for Tuesday even- deduction is being sent. The pay- shown. Financial Systems Analyst GS- o.
ing will be the Lue Organization. roll office will not be able to MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade 12. Area of consideration: Sixth
provide proof of deposit. levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. Naval District. Application for
Wednesday, the Four Clubs Cancellations are automatic at 79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled this position will be accepted through -
entertain for the evening.JAX'S date of separation from the activity positions pay level seven and the close of business
transfer to an activity out- below and MPB No. 83-67 Plan- June 16. MOONLIGHTERSInterested

fAY hG INITN IT.. side the continental United Statesor all skilled positions pay level All applicants must be careeror ---.......--..--
upon death of the employee.'A seven and above. Area of con- career conditional employeesof In $2,000
written request will also stop the sideration: NAS, NARF NARTU, the federal goverment. Application -
deduction, according to the in- COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, form 171 should be per year extra money?

ar struction. Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- filed with Civilian Personnel Department Part Time Janitorial Work
Cancellations or starts will be sary StoresNavyRecruitingStation Box 22, NAS Jackson- Normal
effective in the pay period follow Disease Vector Control ville, Fla., 32212. Available Working
ing the receipt of the request. Center and Resident Storage Office Further Information regarding Hours 6:00 PM I 11:00 PM
4usr rOPAYI Changes in the amount of the Jacksonville. Applicationsfor these positions can be obtained Monday Thru Friday
allotment may be madeby these positions will be accepted through copies of the bulletins or Good Pay-Paid HolidaysAnd
submitting a new Form 1198, at any time. A separate announcements, or at the Rating' Vacations
GREATEST along with 'a request to cancel applicaton must be filed for each and Examining Branch, Civilian
FURNITURE the previous llotment., 7./ *".!,. position{ in Which interested. Personnel Office, NAS Jax, Ext. PHONE
MPB No. 5-69 Industrial En- 2320. '

VALUES'' '69 loriCiMpiif gineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof I 35582.43
Siviifs consideration:Nationwide.Applications The 81st Division was the
WHOLESALE for this position will first to adopt a shoulder sleeve 123 Park
n Underwiy be accepted through the close of Insignia. The "Wildcat," insig- L Street
PRICE TO EVERYONE business June 9. nia of the division, was approved -

!II Federal ServiceThe MPB No.56-69 Mechanical En- Headquarters by General, American Pershingr Ex- HOYALSEKVIttS

OPEHEVE gineer, GS-9 and 11. Area of peditionary Forces, Paris,
/?* 1969 Savings Bond Campaign consideration: Nationwide. Applications France in 1918.
for this position will
DAY in the federal service was
be accepted through the close of
9-9 officially launched last monthbythe
business June 12.
SUNDAY'TIL Treasury Department.This MPB No. 59-69 Digital Com-
year's goal is an 80
6pm. GS-5
puter Systems Operator
rate a-
cent participation
per and 7. Area of consideration:
mong federal employees,accord- for this
Nationwide. Applications LIBERAL LIFE INSURANCEUP
ing to the national director of
will be accepted throughthe
SURPLUS GOODS the U.S. Savings Bond Division.In position
close of business June 15.
DISCOUNT S.WVwPrVJVr a memorandum to chairmenof MPB No. 64-69 Card Punch TO
federal executive boards and $30,000
Supervisor GS-4. Area of con-
heads of federal executive associations -
JOJ35 B och 8'vd' 724262 sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU
Chairman Robert E.
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT,
Hampton of the U.S. Civil Ser- Naval Hospital, Navy .Commissary NOW AVAILABLENO
$ vice Commission, urged sup-
Sta-
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:: I'I- I I NATTC: Behind The Scene N I IBy



Phyllis Harkins
Behan. They live with
Marjorie
genuine
Marine and a
ceremonies dividual
Graduation were
children In Orange
welfare of all their three
held in Bldg. 411 on May 20 for concern for the
establish Park.
Class 847 of the Aviation Ord- the men, he was able to
nanceman School,ClassB.LtCdr.B.M. an invaluable rapport with *************

Harkins, training officer, the Marines in his battalion.Lt. AEC Daniel G. Hall, was
from
the 17 Rogers, originally
presented diplomas to men another four
In for years
attended sworn
with his congratulations.Class Cincinnati, Ohio,
along
20. Hall
College in Georgetown by Capt. Kline May a
average was 77.72. Georgetown 1958to student at AE (B) School since
Honorman, AOl Larry A. Els- Ky., from September 11
1968, has nearly
95.36, 1961 where he graduated December
wick, whose average was June
service. Duringhis
of active
bachelor of arts degree years
made the second highest averagein with a
1 he has earned the Good
time
a "B" school since NATTC was [In theology. He was com-
In the Navy Conduct Medal, National Defense
lieutenant
reactivated In 1951. The highest missioned Service Medal, and the Coast
average, 95.98 was made by a In July 1966. Medal.
chief petty officer in August 1958. He is married to the former Guard Unit Commendation

Elswick, whose home town is
Tampa, has been in the Navy
RESCUE SQUAD members look on as HAS firemen demonstrate for seven years. He made first
the proper way to rescue a pilot from an aircraft eJec- class in five years. He reported JAX MARINE
tion seat.Firm. aboard this station in Novem-
ber 1968 to attend B School whichis
school in the NEWSBy
his first service
Department Conducts Navy.In .
addition to his diploma,
Petty Officer Elswick received -
Cn,.. for City Squads a Letter of Commendation, LCpl. P.O. EdwardsBANK
honor student certificate anda
of the City of Jack- of fire extinguishers an
Members correct use B School cigarette lighter. His SoftballThe
sonville Rescue Squad attended and the location of fuel next assignment is with VS-38 Promotions
a course on military rescue tanks on various types of air- stationed at North Island, Calif. Three new gunnery sergeantsand
operations given here by craft. Elswick is married and has a staff sergeant were pro-
NAS Fire Department Mondayand Lieutenant W.G. Bruce, NAS MAD Softball team had to
two boys: Larry, Jr. age 5 and moted last week at the Marine
Tuesday nights. flight surgeon, gave instructionson Kevin age 2. Aviation Detachment. Lt. Col. go the full seven innings for the
Included in the course was a the administration of first aid ************* R.P. Eckmann, MAD commanding first time this season last week
film showing the role of civil to wounded pilots, and demon- Lt. Jack Rogers, Protestant officer, officiated at cere- before downing the Ship's Com-
authorities at the site of a mil- strated helicopter airlift pro- Chaplain at NATTC since Octo- monies for SSgt. Joe Berry, pany, 2-1. The win extended the
tary aircraft accident. cedures for rescues both on land ber 1968,received the Navy Com- GySgt. George Wilson, GySgt. Marines unbeaten string to five
Lieutenant Commander G.R. and at sea. mendation Medal from Capt.R.P. James McNutt and GySgt. Ray- and brightened hopes for a championship
Vezina, staff ,aviation safety officer The rescue squad was taughtthe Kline, NATTC commanding officer mond Center. Berry, Wilson and by beating the league's
instructed the rescue men proper way to safely releasea May 20 in the captain's Center are AE school instructors other powerhouse.
on the proper measures to be pilot from an ejection seat,and office. and McNutt is a student at AE
taken in the event of such an accident learned the locations of fire extinguishers The citation read, in part: 4'B" School. Little LeagueThe
in order to insure safety and rescue points on "For meritorious service while MAD sponsored little
and security. a plane by touring one of the serving as a chaplain with the ReenlistmentSSgt. league team sizzled for two wins
Representing the NAS Fire De- Navy's P-3A aircraft. First Battalion, Third Marine Irving Auger took the last week in the Navy-Ortega
partment were Captain HerbertL. The class was concluded witha Division, in connection with oath of enlistment for three more League.
Ellis Joseph M. Cibulski and live fire demonstration in which operations against the enemy In years last week. Auger is an instructor The team won, 4-3, Wednes-
James F. Tucker. They gave a protein foam and dry chemical the Republic of Vietnam from 4 at the AO "A" School day when they stopped NATTC
slide presentation on emergencies powder were used to extinguish a October 1967 to 11 July 1968. and has been a Marine for 18 rally and Saturday beat Coca

involving nuclear weapons, magnesium fire. Throughout this period, Lieu- years. Cola, 2-0..
tenant Rogers performed his I

........ ... duties in an"exemplary' "and highly The Navy Finance Office will
professional manner. begin the twice-a-year job of
Chaplain Rogers participated closing out military pay records
Getting in 12 major combat operations.He starting June 16 and continue HONDA
repeatedly displayed courage through July 15.
and composure under fire as he Due to the volume of work M.t.rs i ( el.s c.
away? f/\ moved with the units that were involved in the semi-annual con- ,
in contact with the enemy and version of pay records, visits 4949 Blanding 771-8244
maneuvered among the Marines, and telephone calls to the finance
//IA encouraging and ministering to office should be held to an absolute -
the wounded. As a result of his minimum during this time
.' .' sincerest interest in the in- period.
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Four Month Deployment
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r May 22 ended the long wait for Bangkok Thailand Duty in La-
many VAP-62 dependents as the nang qualifies the men for the
squadron's Pacific Detachment Vietnam Service Medal combat
returned from Guam and points pay and income tax deduction.For .
west. three Vappers Vietnam
Squadron skipper,Cdr. BurkeE. duty meant field advancements.The .
Eakle helped the excited wives "Ho Oil Minlis" went to
and children meet the men as PRC Fertig ADJ1 Curtis and .
they disembarked from the Navy AK3 Cartmell. ATR2 Lamb and
C-118 after a four-day trip from ATR3 Moore were advanced through
NAS Guam. The men were relieved the regular Navywideexams
by the squadron's eighth while on detachment.
Det-Pac which departed Jackson- After four months away
x ville May 14. from home the Vappers were
I ,1:',,' 7 in October 1966 In reception.
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I ,.;: J order to augment VAP-61. Demands -
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f' of the Vietnam war makeit

3 ., ""': ':('"" 1 J H rl"J".".'.<..)4 ,: ., vide necessary three aircraft'for VAP-62 with to flight pro-

: ti ..r1 ; A. .'/:,: crews: and _maintenance; personnel a=,
'' to for its sister squadron
oh1 Guam''.
FAMILIES WAITED-As the plane carrying members of VAP-62 made its final approach, wives, Once checked into V VAP-61
children and friends became anxious to greet the men returning from a four month; deployment the men are sent on subdetachments -
Guam and points west.Midshipmen. to Danang. Vietnam and


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Approximatey 90 first class tired military personnel and who :
and,third class midshipmen will wish to attend are requested to
be honored at three formal dances have their sponsors send the following -
and receptions this summer. information by phone 246- t
The dances will be held at the 5463 or in writing Commander ? s 9S
Mayport Naval Station Officers Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla, 12,
Club while the midshipment are Naval Station Mayport ((1)) name
on their summer training pro-
gram. June 7 and 28 and July of the young lady;((2))address;((3))
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reception. inclusive); sponsor and sponsor's
Eligible young ladies who are duty station; and ((5)) date (s)
dependents of active dutyand re- desiring to attend.

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.... Fleet Reserve Navy Captain Enters JU

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Service As A Full Time Student


Branch and Unit 126 of the

Fleet Reserve Association will A full time naval officer for Capt. Flock like others tak-
hold Memorial Day services Fri- the past 23 years will soon become ing part In this program, must
day at 10:45 a.m. at the Jack- a full time student at Jacksonville pay his own school expenses and
sonville Memory Gardens. University.. tuition, but will still receive his
Mayor- Hans Tansler, RAdm. regular pay and allowances.The .
RJ. Stroh,Congressman Char : Capt J.B. Flock, Jr., assis-
les E. Bennett and Orange Park t : tant supply officer of the air soon-to-be student accu-
Mayor Hoyt Cotney will be among station will begin classes at the mulated some 90 semesterhours
many other dignataries, members university June 30 and work toward from Georgia Tech and for the
and guests at the service < : his degree in business ad- past 16 months has been attend-

which is open to the public. .-S ministration. ing night school at Jacksonville
o The :services: are held anuallyto Capt. Flock was selected by University where he earned
pay tribute to all deceased the Bureau of Naval Personnel another 21 credits.A .
members of the Armed Forces to participate in the College De-
and in particular, to deceased gree Program for ''officers. member of the V-12 unit
Navy and Marine Corps person- Through this programNavywar- during World War IICapt. Flock
nel.This rant and commissioned officers, received his commission In 1946.
impressive ceremony will including temporary officers-
include a firing squad and bugler, OFFICER AN:) STUDENT-Capt. J.B. Flock, assistant suppl), rough the rank ,of captain, who lie is married to the former
the Commander Fleet Air Jack- officer, hits the books again, as a full time student at Jacksonville have sufficient college credits to Helen Massey of Pensacola.

sonville Band,The Jaxon Lancersand University. Capt. Flock was selected by Bupers tc>> obtain a degree within one year, They reside with their four child
fl- Marine Air Detachment drill participate in the College Degree Program for Officers. may attend college lull time. ren in Orange Park.
teams, and the Clay County
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The members of Branch and ,
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I Suggestions Are Beneficial To $ uggestorsNOTE :' '


: Though ship and station Personnel in pay grades E-4 Training Film "Tactics and Commercial Contracts." The a man to work freely from the '.
papers have by and large through E-9 received more than Techniques Employed by West- ,suggesters recommended proce- wing tip to fuselage in complete "
carried a good deal of copy on 70%/ of the total awards. Some PAC Fleet Marine Force Units, dures whereby all materials required safety under conditions result-
the Benny Sugg program, the suggestions are being processedfor Viet Cong Mines and Booby- by a contractor for over- ing in the wing being slippery
fact remains that Sea Service wider adoption, and person- traps." His suggestion resultedin haul, rework or maintenance of from ice, rain, or wash com-
personnel are 'not taking advan- nle may be paid,additional cash an estimated savings of $22- Government aircraft and engines pounds.
tage of the opportunity{ to make awards. be supplied and controlled Two Petty Officers at the Na- ..
money by suggesting Improve- This relatively new incentivefor 600.A Petty Officer First Classat 'through a single supply control val Air Station, Milton, Fla.,
ments. The President, the Secretary military! personnel benefitsthe Norfolk, Va., received a $705 point. First-year savings are received $900 in cash awardsone --
of Defense and the Chief Navy through better perfor- award for suggesting that a different estimated at nearly $7,000,000. received $500 for his sug-
of Naval Operations have recently mance and the individual by cash foam type industrial de- Three Petty Officers at Naval geston pertaining to the use of
put emphasis on the program. awards. greaser unit be ,used, to clean Air Station, Norfolk, Va.,divided engines in runway Duty Opera-
\ The following story gives some Some cash award payments and aircraft surfaces. Adoption of a $610 cash award for the idea tions Carts at WHiting Field.
figures and lists a variety of savings for 1968 follow: the new cleaning method resultedin which saved the Government in Estimated first-year savings
suggestions adopted. A Chief Petty Officer at Le- first-year savings of $17,000by excess of $14,000 in first-year $10,000. Another Petty Officer
WASHINGTON (NAVNEWS) moore, Calif., received $1,275for reducing manhours and ma- savings. Their idea was titled suggested and constructed a Fuel
Since 30 June 1966, the Cash designing a new motion picture terials required to clean air- "New System to Induct Gear." Pump Test Machine to repair,
Awards Program for Military pod for the A-4 "Sky- craft surfaces.A They proposed the utilization of overhaul or check and test fuel
Personnel has jumped from hawk" aircraft. The former Chief Petty Officer at Fall- one screener each from the Sup- pumps. The machine was con-
$241,000 in first-year savings to method of taking motion picturesin 'brook Annex, Seal Beach, Calif, ply and Arcraft Maintenance structed at a price far below
over 3;,eoo,000 in 1968. flight reduced weapons or radar received a $770 award check for partments to collect and screen commercial cost and accelerated -
During the past 12 months, capability in this attack air- adapters he designed to modifythe malfunctioning gear from the various the availability of fuel pumpsat
Navy and Marine Corps person- craft. The new pods are now SHRIKE test stand. With the squadrons!;for delivery direct the air station. Estimated
nel submitted more than 3,600 being commercially produced at modification, the stand can now' tp__ the jshop concerned for first-year savings $8,000.
suggestions. In return for their a savings of $900 per unit. First- also be used to rest SPARROW necessary repair. The imple- The U.S. Naval Weapons Station I
concentrated efforts to submit year savings$225,000A motors. This dual purpose test mentation of their suggestion has Seal Beach, Calif., whose i
significant suggestions to effect Lieutenant at the Naval Electronic stand resulted in first-year sav- reduced component time by approximately slogan is ABILITY RELI- !
economies and to improve Systems Command,Washington ings of $24,000. 50<7o/, and has also BILITY ADAPTABILITY .
operations, 700 enlisted men received D.C., received $1,500 for A, Marine Sergeant of ,the eliminated possibility of dam reported first-year savings of r
$71,000 and 125 officers suggesting and devising method Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San age by frequent handling. In addition more than $84,000 from sugges-. t
received to adapt existing test equipmentto Diego, Calif., was authorized an the turn-around time for tions adopted by their station.
perform the function of simu- initial $400 award in 1966 for repair components has been sub- Nineteen ou of 20 suggestions
lating fleet broadcast keying signals his suggestion "Repairing Un- stantially decreased.A adopted were submitted by en-
$22,000.OF for equipment alignment serviceable M14 Rifle Stocks," Marine Captain of Head listed personnel
: thereby eliminating the received an additional$810 awardin quarters, U.S.Marine Corps,was
purposes 1968. This was based on a awarded $450 for his suggestionthat
need for transmitted
a signal review of the suggestion in which reconnaissance patrols usea
from an external source. Esti- first-year savings were $159- voice muffling device in areas
COURSE mated first-year savings of where clandestine movement and

; $539,000.A Marine Gunnery Sergeant, 732.A Lieutenant Commander and a mission activity is accomplishment., vital to successful Sav- SIit 1p Boa.t
Force FMF Civilian Industrial GS-
Troops, Pacific, received Specialist, in the form of reduced
a $765 award from the Department 12, at Headquarters, Naval Air ings were
: i of the Army for his sug- Systems Command, Washington, combat casualties and more This effective Chicken DinnersFrench
gestion that the Department of D.C., shared an initial cash a- operations. sugges- Fri., Rolls & Slaw
under review by the
tion is now
the Army cancel a training film ward of $1,500 for their suggestion -
of the Army and the
project titled "Boobytraps" and titled "ConsolidatedControlled Department $
Ar Force,' the principal antici- $110| 85
use in its place a USN/USMC Material Support fort .
pated users.A
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Squadron NINE received $300 for CHICKEN
In
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MoviesMovies SUNDAY, June I .

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NAS: "DR. NO" starring Sean .
Connery and Ursula Andress. '
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will be shown nightlyat Color 007 Drama. A-M/E ((111 lir/v-! &1 -t'

the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. mins.HOSPITAL) ", "'' 'H '.'< '_ .., ,,,_ .'" "_ .' .. _
There will also be a kiddie mat- :' "COUNTERPOINT" -

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Ads should be mailed (o the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville' ,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- MONDAY, June 2 Florida 32210, (o arrive' not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
day and holidays.The Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the
Hospital Theater will have NAS: "THE ROBBERY" star- publisher is. 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. ring Stanley Baker and Joanne be received WITH the copy for the ad.

Cecil Field will have two nightly Pettet. Color Suspense. G/VG

shows during the week at 5:30 ((113 mins.) De Nit Seed Cash .
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be HOSPITAL: "DR. NO"

5 shown p.m. on weekends at 2 and TUESDAY, June 3 Rite: MiuiMBM chirge ((3 Uses)..1Z.00Per

NAS: "SUBTERFUGE" star-

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We them the
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!:; I1"'''' '"''.,' 1{ : 1 50-Voice Youth Chorus To

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'. 'f i-fr-c-. ) I Give Concert in ChapelThe

50-voice Youth Chorus They have one purpose in mind,
t from the First Baptist Church, and that is to proclaim the gos-
Pompano Beach, Fla., made up pel of Jesus Christ in song, and
/AL of high school and first year to let people know wherever they
l college age people, are scheduled go, that the "new generation"is
: to give a concert at the All not necessarily representedby
: Saint's Protestant Chapel June the beatnik-hippie clan.These
12, at 8p.m.Each youth have a testimony of what .
year the group tours, Christ has done for their lives,
giving sacred concerts with mu- and what He will do for every-
sic that ranges from sacred anthem one who places a personal faithin
i to the gospel folk songs. Him as Saviour of their lives.
They have recorded one album, a

P .. r Mgwhgl.+ew.M---- -R / --- -' _.irn-w.Pn t0C 17 Jax SaHors Song"Proclaiming," and will be the doing Gospel anotherat in
the conclusion of this tour.
CHORUS-.Fifty young people will conduct a concert at the All Saint's Protestant t t During their visit at the Naval
Chapel June 12, at 8 p.m.1P45's Stltctid for WOAppointments Air Station the chorus will be
visiting with PFC Thomas M.

D.... Pr.c.nt.d Four M.d.!. ber Abbott of,the USMC chorus, a former who is mem-now a

patient at the Naval Hospital
During Sq..dr.n Award .r.m.nl.c The Bureau of Naval Personnel recovering from wounds received -
recently announced the selectionof in Vietnam. ,
applicants for appointment to The Youth Chorus is under
May 13 turned out to be a busy Asia. He then made subsequent ron to return stateside Warrant Officer (WO) status and the direction of Al Fennell,
day for AW2 Willard J. Demo, trips to receive an advancement Demo wasn't the only awardeeat several NAS-based. men were on Minister of Music of the Pompano -
Jr. The "Red Dan" petty officer certificate to second class air- the ceremony. Three other the list. Beach Church.We4OOMR1it.
a sensor operator with crew wings and finally, lettersof squadron men received both air Selected for appointment to r
VP-45's Crew 31, made the commendation from RAdm.. medals and advancement certificates W-3 were: Thomas J. Krygler,
"march to the podium" four W.T. Rapp, commander Patrol from Cdr. R.A. Mason, VAP-62; Jerrold B. Wilson,
times during a squadron awards Force, Seventh Fleet, and Capt. squadron executive officer. They VP-5; Clifton H. Acre, VP-7; 1I4;,
ceremony. D.W. Herlong, commander Fleet were: AW2 RJ. Fickling, AW2 and Thomas L. Lappin, NATTC. 40
At morning quarters at Sang- Air Wing 11. The latter letter J.W. Prevatt and ATN2 S.C.Wor- Local personnel selected for 't
ley Point, Philippines, where the commended Demo for being selected rell.Other appointment to W-l were:TommyA.
squadron is presently deployed, for the Navy Enlisted Air Medal recipients Brown, NATTC: Arlan C. Edwards ,
Demo first .stepped forward to Scientific Education Program. included: Lt. F.A. Lehardy, Lt. ATTC;Leslie W.Ma- +
receive the Air Medal for com- (NESEP). J.C. Woodard, Lt. (jg) R.C. Dol- lin, NATTC; Michael P. Mc-
bat missions in support of United Two days after the ceremony, son, AE1 D.E. Russell A01 T.G. Manus, FAETULANT Del. Jax; ,
States operations in Southeast Demo checked out of the squad- Colgr'ove and AW2 S.R. Dyson.YEAR John A. Rhodes Robert L. Robinson !
I Jerry A. Rowe,and Jerry
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All outstanding Send $ and
r Hornets of VA 44 came readyto 'IF' award, This year's award H Savings Bonds are still
I CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP bumpAMD In last week's match goes to Hank Linder coach of earning. interest now at the
but AMD had other ideas. the the 'stingless Hornets.' for their increased rate of 4.25 per cent
Py SMC George Blackburn Hornets jumped off with a run In 4 to 3 loss to AMD last week. when held to next maturity..
the second inning but AMD came Standings are as follows: ttt..ar
Tennis will commence on May are the COMFAIRJAX and the back with 3 runs in the third,
26 at the Cecil Field courts. CINCLANTFLT squadrons and another in the fourth. VA American League NAVYINSURANCE
The league will be a single round are eligible to enter either of 44 hit the board again twice in VA-82 10-0
robin will be followed with a station these events. Watch the AF the fifth but couldn't catch the VA-36 6-2
tournament to determine the TERBURNER for further details. AMD 'tigers'. this was a big VA-86 -. "''0" 6-3 fi M tr' O
players to represent. Cecil Fieldin In the American League action win for the 'tigers' avengingan VA66 4-7 \ : :
the forthcoming Sixth Naval for last week, games were limit- earlier loss to the Linder VA-64 4-2 .
District tournament to be held ed due the deployment of a coupleof 'Red Hornets.' VC-4 0-8
in Pensacola.The squadrons. In those played, In other National League action
East Coast Track and Field VA 36 romped over VA 67 VA 45 downed Weapons 8 to National League
meet is to be held at NAS Nor- 10 0 VA 86 downed VA- 4. The Dental Department, whoat AMD 9-1
folk on June 26th through the 28th. 66 5 to 3, and VA 82 upheld one time was riding high with VA-44 6-3
The COMFAIRJAX meet, open to its record of no losses whenit four straight victories in the first VA 174 5-3
Fleet Commands will be held put VA 66 down 8 to 0. In half, have not been able to do Dental 4-5
prior to this. Anyone interested, action later in the week, VA36 as well in this half. In their Weapons 4-5
contact the Athletic Director at put up a good fight with VA82 first match the Plumbers went VA-45 3-6
Ext. 498.Bowling. until the latter finally put them down to VA 44 7 to 1. VA- OPS 3-6
Leagues are sche down by a score of 3 to 1. Last 174 was walloped by Weapons Marines 2-5
duled to reform about the time the week was kind to VC 4, too, 13 to 2 and AMD continued to roll Captain's I Cup I I /
new alleys open here, now set since they had no scheduled along when they whitewashed Operations VA 174' 81.5
for July 1st. games, which allowed them timeto 12 to nothing. Pitcher VA44 66.5
In golf news, there are twobig get together 'and scheme howto Jim Lee allowed only one hit AMD .63
tournaments coming up which will win their big 'number ONE.' in this match. NAMTD '. ":', 53 02
be hosted by Cecil Field these In the National League, ..$he During the past week the AF- VA-45 46 : $12' It.M0.
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I StandingsNATIONAL Softball A Fliers Bounce Robins; ,1




,NARTU FICEUR" 7-1 8-0 End Hitting SlumpJax I


VP-7''. 5-3 '
4-3 --The Jax Fliers broke out of a partial hitting slump last week-
Hospital 3-4 end by bombing Robins AFB to take three games in a four game
.. 679th series.
VW-4 2-6
1-5 In Friday night's opening game
Air Ops 0-8 of a doubleheader Jax pitcher and pushing across eight runs as l
Commun.AMERICAN% Von McClure ran Into tough luckas Von McClure picked up the win. f
he pitched another of a long The Fliers struck like a blitz- ,
VAP-62 8-0
6-1 series of superb games. Givingup krieg when they came up with Ii
Admin
.t1 only two hits McClure was four runs in their first time at a
VP-16," 5-2 i'J;k.t f'i touched for one run in the first bat as Dan Burton, Mike Lavis,
VP-5 6-3 .1. 'J
: "" inning by Robins but it was more Bob Kicielinski and Bill Aaron J
MARTD ., 3-4 >
FAETU J 3-5 .\ l .,fl' than Jax could equal and the scored. Kicielinski had the big
A/C Maint. 2-5 -' Fliers were tripped 1-0. blow of the inning rapping a t
ComFairJaxMedical 2-5 POOL SHOOTING CHAMPS-Supply's Sgt. Jim Hammond ((2nd In Friday's finale the game remained double.
0-7 from right) presents the trophy that will bear his name as 1969 scoreless until the Fliers McClure had his good pitches i I
1 MAD pool champion to Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann, CO MAD. Ham- half of the sixth when right fielder working as he fanned 13 bat-
mond won the MAD Special Services sponsored double elim- Bob Kl del inski drilled ball deepto ters. Robins touchedtheveteranhurler
SWIM MEET ination "call-your-shot" eight-ball tournament which ended right center and circled the for one run in the secondon
last week. The trophy will be placed in the command trophy base paths with an insidethe- a wild pitch and another in the .
home Jax hurler Paul ;
Units planning on enteringthe park run. fourth as the leadoff hitter trip- r
case. Runner-up in the competition was Cpl. Don Coogler Swaim set Robins down in orderin
1969 NAS swim meet but led for only one of two hits off
missed the organizational ((2nd from left) and third place went to PFC Mike Harris. the top of the seventh to pre- McClure.The Fliers added three ;
meeting should get in touch 'serve his victory as both clubs insurance runs in the fifth to !
with the Athletic Department NAS Meet Set TuesdayJax Trent away with 1-0 wins. give McClure his biggest win of -

(Ext. 3239)). Big Stick the season, 8-2. {
The meet is scheduled for -- The NAS Jax Track ciple of recirculating air con- ..1
Tuesday, June 17 at 2 p.m. and Field Meet will be off and tinously by a fan through a Les Carroll took over pitch- The Fliers are now 11-8 as they ,
running Tuesday afternoon June 3 15x20 foot plastic landing area.A ing duty Saturday afternoon for hit the road this week heading to
with athletes fromthebasetryingto vaulter can land in almost any the Fliers and yielded only one Albany, Ga. for a four game \.
prove their worth in the oldestof position and gently be lowered to run, that/ on an error, as his series this weekend. }
all competitive sports. the ground on a four foot cushionof teammat collected five tallies. r:
11AMT SWAP>:Miff This Is a great opportunity for air that immediately springsup Robins jumped off to an early
local sailors and Marines who when the jumper climbs off. lead in me second but the Fliers Golf Standings
JTAX LARGEST' FLEA have competed in high school and Also three fiberglass poles are came back in the third as Doug I I
MARKET college track and field programsto available for the lumpers. Sibole doubled and scored on a
out and see if they still Old MarksA wild pitch to make it a new ball NATIONAL 5
:All 18tII Spares Under'$'M* U.rand have get,the old zip left to pick upa few of the standing! marks in game. VW-4 5-3
dg4woodl. few more awards, and pos- this meet which could be eclipsedin The Fliers blasted out of their FAW-11 4-2 I
Evciy Sat, 9_'-'ee.9n sibly qualify for regional and 1969 are 9.8 in the 100 yard run famine in the fourth when Caduceus 4-3
dash by Bill Knepp of MARTD in they crossed home plate three A/C Maint. #1 5-4
,... ........J ....::,:--.. ... district events. 3-4
,
.. The meet >was scheduled 1967, 12 feet in the pole vault, a times, with the help of two er- FAETU
PHONE earlier in the season but was delayed 5:18.4 mile by Ned Fellers in rors. Center fielder Ron Men- Data Techs 2-3
? B705a. .or 768.4793 until pole vaulting equip- 1967,.Fred Kloman holds the high singer got the rally started witha NARF 2-6
.354-9U9 ment arrived. A "Cloud Nine" jump at 6 feet ad S.R. Seaman single and scored later on an
landing pad has arrived for the threw the shot put 46 feet 6 1/2 error and was followed home AMERICAN
vaulters and works on the prin: inches. by Bill Aaron and Carroll who VPC7 Maint. #2 51/2-16-2:
scored on a sacrifice by Pat Hig-

TACOS PIZZAS TACOS PIZZAS TACOS PIZZAS TACOS PIZZAS TACOS PIZZAS gins. Jax added one more in the VAP-62 5-3
sixth after Aaron singled and Hospital #1 31/2-31/2
'man, who had a two for three Par Scramblers 21/2-61/2
N performance at the plate. VP-5 1-7

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By JOSN Brent Kallestad- 4-1
VP-7 3-1
1 Last week's column -- in aftermath 2-2
at least -- had a twist VP-16
of irony. The sibject of the column Bob Kidelinski, belted a NARTU ".'' :..'. 1-2 /
two-out, inside-the-park homer in the bottom of the sixth inning VW-4 0-2 t
Friday night to give the Fliers a 1-0 win over Robins AFB in the ComFatr ax 0-2
second game of a doubleheader.
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f 1 Makes 'Em Count band (Flier centerfielder) witha r/.--.,.--:----'O/ '..-.--..;.\...... 1,

"Father's Day" little leaguer.Don't :: I\ 1
Kicielinski is only hitting .237 # 'I -
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even though he's the big weapon Forget ., ::; \:
but the sinewy slugger has /
Tomorrow is Memorial Day :' / 1Am1GWJI
rapped the ball hard and pos- which is to I'I 4 / WWN 0 / / /
synonymous many "
sesses a Impressive ANOTHER&MMER
very .564 /
with
slugging percentage. --the Indianapolis" ; that's right t' \, SAFtTYCONSIDERATION .
"SOO' !
Non-Support Settlement I \ 68 COUGAR

The Flier pitching corps head-
ed by Von McClure has seen 2-Door Hardtop
several superlative efforts wast- _
ed because of an impotent of- STOP money worries "302" V-8. Auto trans., Power
;, fensive. McClure holds a 6-5 steering, R&H, white wall tires.
slate, but has lost three 1-0 Ild. -:): :" ,
games. Les Carroll is 2-1 f :, ( fl)
and Paul Swain 3-2
at this writ-
ing. These three workhorsesare PJHLMAy\ GSIMPALASport
credited with all the decisions ,".
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in Jax's 11-8 record. :' Coupe
McClure has finished each of '; :. .
his 11 starts and has already "307" V-8, Auto trans., Factory -
' racked up 128 strikeouts. .:."', .' ', :;" air, Power steering, R&H, $2595
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Expansion \\ white wall tires.
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Filer utilityman Pat Higgins who ,.. } / 68 IMPALA
sparkled early in the season at .1\..'...... "....,.,..1..,...
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third base will become a father :: : ports Sedan
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for the second time shortly : "
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327" V-8. 3-spced turbohydramatic -
Mrs. Doug Sibole is also goingto

present her ballplayer-hus- !GO with the helping hand white steering wall trans.tires..Factory and brakes.air. R&H.Power

Pools OpenJax "

68 MUSTANG2Door

-- The NAS Jax Swimming
pools are now open on week- Hardtop
ends from noon until 6:30 p.m. ..
There is no admission. Special 3-Speed floor shift, bucket
Services is presently working upa seats R&H white wall tires. $2095
program for summer instruc-
tion for children at the base
pools and plans will be published

are in the announced.Jax Air News The when pools'be 'will they of City Finance Plan\< Inc. NEW USED

open on weekdays after schoolis Money worries crop up in just about every family's bud-
out for summer vacation. get from time to time. End money worries with a cash CARS CARS
loan from City Finance. Service and civilian personnel M
enjoy the prompt service, the friendly way City Finance
i ;;; PEST-i$ does business. Get your budget in balance again with
0 the helping hand of City Finance. Phone ahead and have 67 IMPALA
CONTROLSERVICE the money ready for you at your nearest City Finance
Complete Pest Control O Sedan
1: )' \ office. Sports
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.". i CASH LOANS FROM $25 to $600 Power
a 0-0-0H 0V side wall tires. All vinyl $1995

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SPACIOUS fr PEACEFUL
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I mast Jacksonville's modern mobile newest home& .. 2-Door Sedan

community is now open for There's a City Finance Plan Inc.office near yeu in Jacksonville: Economy 6-cylinder. standard
your inspection. Large 44 x
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75 lots. 3635 Philips Highway .. .. .,.,398-0541 tires.
ONLY $35
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I pit, picnic' built for your en 103rd St. Shopping Center
joyment. Act Today!' Call: 15 North Ocean Street ... ...353-6261 Coupe

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