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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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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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I Welcome Home VP-45 Red Darters I


Jax -- Patrol Squadron Forty ment to the Western-Pacific; cant The Red Darters also were Instrumental tne job done, they were also
Five, led by Cdr W.H. Saunders, The Red Darters had been The majority of VP-45 ground in the implementationof able to visit and enjoy some of
I commanding officer, returned operating from U.S. bases in personnel arrived via airlift on several new ASW tactics the famed cities and attractionsof
home to NAS Jacksonville last Southwest Asia in support of May 29 with all flight crews During the course of the deployment the Far ,East, including Hong
week from a six-month deploy- U.S. combat operations in Viet- returning Tuesday after enroute VP-45 logged more Kong, Tokyo, Bangkok and Ma-
stops in Guam, Hawaii and San than 330 missions in support of nila. With all this, the squadronstill
Francisco.It Operation Market Time. found time to support the
V'a was an extremely success- One particular highlight of the Else Gaches Village, a center
$: ful deployment for the Red Dart- deployment was the outstanding for physically handicapped and
ers, who departed Jacksonvillein effort exhibited by VP-45 main- mentallyretarded Filipino children -
w mid-December. Launching tenance personnel. Only four operational near Manila.
b'k' C( daily patrols, the squadron pro- missions were aborted The Red Darters are now In

R LlI:? vided shipping surveillance Inthe during the entire six months the process of becoming re -
waters of the South China Sea a new record for VP squadrons established in the VP hangar r

and Gulf of Siam off South Viet- flying Market Time. complex and resuming operations
nam and Cambodia. The mis- While the officers and men of at Jacksonville and will be com-
VP-45 put forth great effort awaited leave
mencing a long
sions were a vital part of Ope"ratlon -
Market Time, the Navy's throughout the deployment to get period shortly.
'
;; integrated sea, land and shore-
based effort with the multipletask

of anti-sea infiltration, en-
emy interdiction along inland waterways -
harbor defense and Na-
val gunfire support to Allied
Forces operations ashore.In .
addition to surveillance
flights along the Market Time

barrier, VP-45 maintained peak
readiness in their primary mission -

antisubmarine warfare
THEY MEET AGAIN-ln snappy formation came the eight (ASW), returning to Jacksonvillean

P-3A Orions of VP-45. One after the other the aircraft came toa "Alpha" squadron (all crews

stop and, at last, the families were free to greet their men. 100 per cent ASW qualified).






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VOL. 27 NO. I 11 I CS.. NAVAL UK STATION JAOCSONWILE./ FLORIDA JUNE 5, 1969 OFFICIAL GREETER--Capt. D. W. Herlong (I), commander
Fleet Air Wing I II I, welcomes home VP-45 skipper, Cdr., W.H.

Saunders, along with the skipper's wife and children

I Hurricane 'Anna' Will Be First



NAS based Weather Recon cility are heavily involved in other available containers, large
naissance Squadron Four(VW -4)) Project Stormfury, a joint Navy- and small. Fill them with water
and Fleet Weather Facility are Department of Commerce (En in case the regular supply becomes -

busy watching for Hurricane vironmental Science Services -. contaminated.
Anna, as the first hurricaneof Administration). project designedto Lay in a stock,of canned and
this season will be named. study the possibility of al prepared foods, charcoal Sterno,' 4
The 1969, season officially tering hurricanes by seeding extra flashlight batteries and
began Sunday and through the them with silver iodide crystals. bulbs, matches, first, aid sup-
teamwork of these two commands plies, and a few bottles of"snake
hurricanes can be easily detected Project: StormfuryFleet bit medicine." 4 _
and tracked by the use of weather Weather is host for the Have some exti a lumber,'wire,
satellites and air recon Project Stormfury Conference pliers, toolsand nails onhand for

naissance.The which began yesterday and ends making emergency repairs.
six Lockheed Super Con today. Dr. R. Cecil Gentry, Have a battery -powered radioon
stellation type aircraft utilizedby director of the National Hurricane -' hand to keep up with what's

VW 4 are each equipped with Research Lab in Miami, happening to the hurricane and
numerous electrical weather Cdr. C. J. Gush VW 4 com your neighbors.
detecting devices and the most manding officer, VW-4 officers Board up or shutter up
powerful airborne search radar with major roles in carrying out early so you do not have to do WS'y 9 3r6 K 1 .
available. An 8,500 gallon fuel the experiments, scientists and it in the wind and rain. Use
supply enables the 72 ton aircraft units from throughout the United good boards and secure them ..

to stay aloft for about 22 States, and FAA and PAO personnel firmly.Set FOR SAFETY-ANSI I Bob Crutchfield points out his modifi-
hours. are all taking part in the refrigerators and freezersto '
of
cation an aircraft boarding 'ladder. The suggestion earned
conference. coldest setting. They will hold
Early SpottingIn him $300.
Through the teamwork VW-4 low temperatures for up to 48
addition to its primary mis- and Fleet Weather Facility, hur- hours after losing power.
sion of hurricane reconnaissance ricanes are detected early enoughto Fill the gas tanks In cars. Sailor Earns Military
VW 4 participates in warn people endangered by Disconnect main electrical
various meteorological and them. After a warning has been switches and shut off the gas. ,
oceanographic experiments. released the following preparations -

Hurricane forecasters at Fleet: should be made: Keep Calm ,. AwardJax
Weather Facility are able to spota Make a thorough inspection of Suggestion

hurricane as, it develops by all buildings and other structuresso Evacuate coastal areas, par -
studying aerial photographswhich that repairs and emergency ticularly any that are likely to be
have been relayed from bracing can be made well in ad- flooded with a 20 foot rise in -- A suggestion to modifyan of Crutd leld's suggestion to redesign -
weather satellites. They can then vance.A mean sea level. aircraft boarding ladder has the ladder is the ease
evaluate the storm's' intensity thorough cleaning up of all earned $300 for a Naval air Re- of stacking when 'not in use.
from reports sent in by the"Hur- loose material must be con Take small boats to a safe work Navyman. Crutchfield's check is the re -

ricane Hunters" of VW 4. ducted. place. Aviation Structural Mechanic suit of an idea he.;came up with
VW 4 and Fleet Weather Fa- Sterilized the bathtub and all Keep calm. Hysteria spreadsand First Class Bob L. Crutchfieldcame and then took the time to writeit
always leads to poor Judge- up with the idea to 1m ,- down on paper for the con -
ment. prove the A 4 Skyhawk ladder sideration by higher authority.As .
while working the Rework Fa- a result he became one of
After the hurricane Is over,
cility's Acceptance and Trans hundreds of men and women who
get medical care as necessary;
fer Division.His will earn extra moray this year
do touch loose
not or dang-
any suggestion not only earned by saving American tax dol -
ling wires but them; be
report him the $300 check, but gave him
careful In use of emer-
very lars.Any
B $ lighting or cooking equip- the distinction of becoming the man or woman aboard the"station
y gency
first local Navyman to cash In with a similar idea can
ment so as to prevent fires; stay .
away from disaster area unless on the military beneficial sug also write it down. If approved '
: gestion program this year. under the Cash Awards for Mili-
7 T Mw qualified to help; walk and drive
:
al cautiously as trees may fall, The petty officer's recom -' tary Personnel for Suggestions,
mendation resulted In the Inventions, or Scientific Achievements -
bridges collapse, roads cave,in;
,. hose down shrubs and trees If elimination of a safety hazard. program, then they too
.. they were sprayed with salt Officials also said his sugges become eligible for a cash.re -
rated the of
the scaleon
tion at top ward.
... off metal which might
water dry:
;
\"
"" '''' / each factor used In evaluating The cash award programbeganin
,
,0 '
.." "". rust.With safety Ideas. 1965 when the President was
_
0. these rules for safety, His Idea was to use braces authorized to pay military per -
k and with VW-4 and Fleet between the support assemblyand sonnel up to $25,000 for any one
'
aK4 r 10 rr.r. Weather Facility on the job, 24 step braces on the Sky contribution which benefitsthe

hours a day, casualties and pro- hawk boarding ladder, thus eliminating government. .
perty damage can be kept to a the risk of ladder fail -
L minimum when a hurricane ure and possible personnel In (Continued on Page )
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Editorial View Points



ROMAN CATHOLIC



Birth of a Flag A N DAILY SUNDAY-St.MASS11:30 Edwards MASS9 Chapel& 11 a.m.a.m.


I 'This nag, which we honor and under which we serve, Confessions will be held on

is the emblem of our unity, our power, our thought, and Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
instead of Saturday.U. .
purpose as a nation.

S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
These were the words,of President Woodrow Wilson on Flag Day,

June 14, 1917 as he expressed the importance of national flags. Luke's Chapel

Early flags bore little resemblance to most of the flags in use SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.

today. Among the first were the solid standards, often bearing PROTESTANT WORSHIP

parts of a suit of armor and topped by'an eagle or an animal. Later SERVICES10:00: a.m.

attachments to the standard became common and were of various i a PROTESTANTAll

shapes and often richly colored and patterned. Those having G Saints' Chapel

squares rectangles of cloth attached to the side of the staff were

more similar to our modern flags. POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE--A little early maybe but for SUNDAY

The first truly American flags appeared in the early 1700's. Their the kids It was really being grown up as the latest class of Church School9:00 a.m.

development was encouraged through colonial pride, commercial youngsters graduated from the Naval Air Station Nursery. Bldg. # 722

Songs and games were the plans for the day as the children Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
shipping needs, military purposes, and other factors. However, the
first National flag was raised at Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 1, 1776 by made this big step in their lives. Bldg. # 722
Divine Worship Service 10
Gen. George Washington and was known as the Grand Union. #
Bldg. 750
Almost a year after declaring the independence of the new na- Red Cross Societies }; Episcopal a.m. Communion 8:30

tion, the Continental Congress, on June 14, '1777, "Resolved, that "
the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternatered a.m.Small Chapel Bldg. #750

and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white on a blue Around the WorldPicture Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.

field, representing a new constellation Thus was born our Flagas Bldg. # 722

we know it today. three emblems or requests for locating missing TUESDAY Senior Choir Rehearsal-7
p.m.
Dedicated Americans have followed this Flag through hails of
flags, each with a white back persons. Although the number Bldg. # 750
arrows, musket fire, cannon shot and machinegun bullets to build ground on which you will find varies from month to month, WEDNESDAYNavigator's

and preserve this great nation. The Stars and Stripes is the symbolof three separate things. The first American Red Cross receives Bible Class 7

freedom and democracy enjoyed by us all, bought with the blood has Greek red'cross,the second about 4,000 requests annually. -'p.m. Bldg. /#; 722
and sweat of dedicated patriots throughout our history. a red lion and sun and the thirda 2) The League of Red Cross THURSDAY

First observed on a national scale in 1877, Flag Day is now recognized red crescent. Societies, acts as a liaison and --Christian Science Service -
by Presidential proclamation. It is a day that should be What does the red cross repre- co operates with all Red Cross '8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
sent? The American Red Crossis societies In all of their activities.
celebrated by displaying the Colors on public buildings and private partly correct. It also i- For example, ARC working

homes and'by patriotic programs throughout the land. dentified nearly 100 other Red through the League has joined SUNDAY

The Stars and Stripes represents freedom, democracy and the Cross Societies throughout the other societies desiring assis Evening Worship -- 6 p.m.,

greatest nation in the world. AFPS) world. tance in technical areas ", sup- ,Bldg. ##750
What about the other two? "Our plies and personnel. For socie- .TUESDAY
CHAPLAINS MESSAGE familiar Red Cross emblem has ties desiring development of Pentecostal Fellowship p.m.
a different appearance in some nursing services, first aid and Bldg. 722
countries. The Red Lion ,and water safety, ARC 'has assisted -------.
It Can' Be Done'By Sun Society identifies Red Cross with textbooks and Instructor rI ,

work in most Moslem countries.The trainer courses.
American Red Cross is After the Yugoslavia earth- {t Traffic Ij
1 Capt. J. M. Geary, CHC USN only one of the 100 Red Cross quake, ARC assisted with sup- .
Societies making up the Natlo'nalSocieties plies,funds 'and personnel for two
"
"May I ask you the secret of success? an it'ous'Yp man '
of the Interna
part years. Over 32' 'Red Cross'So -
'\. said to a successful merchant."*> *: j Violations \
tional Red Cross. For our pur- cieties offered their assistanceto
"There is no easy or simple secret, the merchant answered. poses, each society acts inde the American Red Cross duringthe
-- "You "must be: on the alert for little things and jump at opportu- pendently of each other to con- Alaskan earthquake in 1964 The following is a report of

nities. duct programs according to the and again in 1965 during hurri motor vehicle accidents and: traffic
"But how can I tell the opportunities;when they come? needs of its country's people; cane Betsy. violations for the period May
"You ,can't," the merchant said tartly, "you just have to keep they are united in ideals and 20-26.
jumping." With these facts in mind the
principles and are lawfully organized Number of Accidents
Every day presents us with countless opportunities for successin American Red Cross is organized .
and accredited by their This Week . . seven.
this life and in eternity. More often than not, we let them pass, respective governments and recognized to best meet the needs of its Total accidents this year throughMay
judging them too small to be important or small if we see it clearly, by the International people. 26 151.
make proper use of it. If we are spiritually alert, life is a constant Committee of the Red Cross. Number of accidents through

progress toward our eternal goal.A The International Red Cross May 1968 .
recent story tells of a man who had almost reached the zenithof of
has two other important parts Total number of days since last
He is farmer who made his fortune in
worldly contentment. a
addition the National Societiesin
to injury in a motor vehicle accident -
that most unlikely of all places, the Dust Bowl. Flat broke in 1933 : six.

and his farm a windblown desert, with uncommon courage he "stayed 1)) The International Com Number of Violations
with the land. When slight success had been achieved, he
mittee of Red Cross launchedthe This,'v eek 43.
launched out, got into new enterprises and off the farm.He not only Red Cross 1863. n nn
in
movement Speeding . . seven.
tunned a desolation into a paradise but soon found himself worth The 25 Swiss citizens who II V
com- o uue Reckless driving . two.
$500,000! pose the ICRC have their head- ..four.
Going through sign
stop
This sort of confidence, the willingness to make the first simple
in Geneva Switzerland.
,
quarters Other violations. . . 30.
effort, and the ability to "follow through, often spells the' differ- They assist the new National societies Forty drivers appeared beforethe
ence between failure and success for eternity.
in carrying on refugee
relief Traffic Hearing Board on
All we have to do to get the power we need, is to connect a line operations and maintainingthe
to the Spiritual Powerhouse". ..- God. What many lack is the faith International Tracing Agency. May included 29. Disposition the following of:the six cases.lost

that "it can be done. For example, since 1955an driving and parking privileges

American Red Cross Field Director aboard station for various periods -

goes every month to Lo ; 19 were assigned to com-
The Veterans CornerEd. Wu Bridge in Hong Kong and hands plete ,an eight-hour: course in
over to the Red Cross Societyof remedial driving; three received

the People's Republic of China suspensions; 82 were given warm
( Note: Below are authoritative '- al aid under the G. I. Bill. He parcels containing food, vita- ings; four were dismissed; 11
answers by the Veerans, should make application for a mins, comfort articles and mail were fined (Commissioner).
Administration to some of the Certificate of Eligibility from the for Americans needing medical

many current questions from VA regional office where his veteran attention.
former servicemen and their
file. The International Tracing a -
families. Further Information on records will be on
be ob- gency continues to function after JA.X
veterans benefits may AIR NEWSil
wars or other crisis channeling
tained at any VA office.)
AWARDS
Q. My son will soon be discharged c 4 ;r B l miiM BMII H V

from the Army after (From Page I) T ',4", ,"{' The J AX AIR NEWS l Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper,
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two years of service. He re j > ,> each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station'

ceived his college education !)r>' Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
under the War Orphans Education To get in one the money earn- private firlfl. All Copy submitted
for in the
Assistance Will he be ing idea program, look around use MX AIR
program. ,,,. NEWS must be forwarded to the
entitled to any additional educa- your area for a possible safety -: 2, NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs Office, Box
tion assistance under the G. I. hazard or come up with an ideato Ucatlon. by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub-
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Veterans Administration educa from your division head and jot Advertisements' are solicited] by the publisher and queries
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Green Giant makes
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may receive under two or more for you and the government.Ray connection with C- The Holt Publishing to4747
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programs from 36 to 38 months. Datres, the station's incentive 130 tanker South Vietnam. Jacksonville
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Assuming your son received 36, awards administrator: is Air-to-ait refueling, which 32210 Telephone 388 2755page

months of VA.benefits under the also available to assist those with makes the Giant's range limitless VOL. 27 NO. I II I 1969 '
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NAS CECIL Commander AMD's team took intramural every sport going. Currently, NAS Cecil sports, turn to SMC
I AMD TROPHIES Neil Craig, Aircraft Maintenance skeet honors, and AMD men are they're tops in the "National" George Blackburn's column, I
Division CO, musters his men conceded be hot contenders in Softball League here. For more Page 13.
for trophy presentations.
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U.S. SAVINGS BONDS agenda is determining of time
NEW FREEDOM and place for scheduled fishing
SHARES:8 trip and a report on the planting -
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... presentation of funds to local Library, Mr. McVeigh of the
Naval Activities and Charities, Juvenile Shelter. of Jacksonville,
among them the Cecil. Dispen- Chaplain McDonald from the Station -' (
sary, Chapel, and Station Chapel,.Mrs. Peggy Fletcher .) f
Library. This year, through laborious Welfare Chairman of the
fund raising programs,
the ladies compiled the very Club, Mrs. Howard of the Cecil
respectful sum of $1634.84. Dispensary and Mr. Pasqualealso
Shown above are the recipientsof representing the Juvenile
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Station Pools OpoForS.asoNJuNe N I Savings Bonds Offer



9 fl+ k Tax Free College Education


_
Everybody into the pool! _I : : t :
: of financing your son's or daughter's edu-
With the summer season all Jax -- Is the thought
but of rull- ? Military families with two or more children
here the good news cation bothering you
time of fun in the sun at _: ; : probably think they'll be able to send all their children
s civtllan
the NAS, NATTC, CPO and Offi- through college. Many families also face the same potential

cers pools has arrived. 44 V2 dilemma.No .
Beginning June 9, all of the matter what group the parents might fall in, if they don't
pools will be open for the regular do anything about that education fund, it'll be hard going when the
season during the following time comes for their children to start college. Perhaps many
hours: : parents just keep putting off saving that small amount of money each

Enlisted Men's pools No. 36 -i _I payday because other, seemingly more urgent things, come along
and 37, noon to 8 p.m. CPO tr on check day.
8 NATTC A- is just deciding that the kids are important
pool, noon to p.m.; The toughest step
pool noon to 8 p.m. and the Of- enough to send to college and that TODAY is the day to start savingfor
ficers pool, noon to 6 p.m. \ their future, especially since the cost of a college educationis
For the safety of all per increasing each year. .
sonnel using the pools, the following The Department of Health! Education and Welfare reports the
rules will be strictly enforces :\L; cost of attending an institution of higher education in the mid-
; No smoking, eating or ; 1960's averaged about $1,600 per year for public institutions and
drinking on pool decks ; will be $2,430 for private ones.

strictly enforced; No smoking, FATHER AND SON--A2CM James Ziegler (c), a 30-year vet- The report estimated the mid-1970 per year costs may reach
drinking on pool decks. All females eran, was present at a Monday ceremony in which his son, Paul, $2,000 in public institutions and $3,190 in private schools.

and males with hair longer 22, was sworn into the Navy by RAdm. R.J. Stroh, ComFairJax. Tax-Free Education
than three 'inches must wear a Chief Ziegler is presently assigned to the ComFairJax Main-
bathing cap; After 6 p.m. child- tenance Series E Savings Bonds can be a solution to the financial backingof
ren under 16 years of age will Department. your son's or daughter's education. They're safe as the govern-
not be'permitted in the pools. Relief Loans ment and if they are purchased in the child's name, they have a
Children under 1 2 will not be Navy built in tax advantage. If bought in this manner they become a gift
permitted at any time unless from the parent to the child.
accompanied by an adult; No objects The income tax liability can usually be shifted from the parent to
such as finsmaskssnorkels Pass $97,000 MarkLast the child by filing a Federal return in his name 'at the end of the
and toys, will be permittedin first year of bond purchases, listing the increase in value as income -
the pool at any time. Only to him.
the best type life preserversmay year the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief The initial return establishes the intent, and no furter returns
be worn.Beginners Society provided 677 loans totaling $55,477 and 536 gratui- need be filed as long as the child's total annual income is less than
and advanced swim- ties totaling $42,100. $600. No tax will be due if the bond interest, plus other income,

ming classes will also begin This total assistance of over $97,000 was used to meet comes to less than $900 ($600 personal exemption plus $300 mini-
June 9 at each swimming pool. mum standa7d deduction.) I the child neve7 exceeds the $900 in
All are invited to sign up for the emergency, unanticipated needs of Naval and Marine Corps igu7e in any single yea7, the total inte7est, acc7uals on his bonds
classes. personnel and their dependents. will be tax-free when he cashes them for his education.The .
Assistance was not provided for those who requested funds Treasury Department suggests a copy of the initial return

for lawyers fees, court costs, fines, routine bills, normal should be retained for possible proof in later years as protectionto

leave, purchase of luxuries such as televisions and stereos the taxpayer. _
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and to those who just wanted to augment their pay in orderto
If Your Cash Value of Bonds
Savings at Age 18Child'
live above their means.
Through Monthly
v Assistance was provided in of
cases emergency leave trav-
Age Is: Investment of:
el, funeral costs, purchase of medical equipment, training of

handicapped children, psychiatric treatment for children and $7".00
$11.7" $37.50 $56.25
wives, dental care for dependents, lost or delayed allotmentsand
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds -- for a host of other reasons. .

& Freedom Shares In all cases the decision to assist is
based
on eligibilityvalid 1 Year ",-06 $11.012 $16-18 $22,024
( I.D. card),_ emergency and need.
.... 2 Years ,063 10,12" 15,188 20,251
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4 Years 4,229 8,4.59 12,688 16,917'
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'Years 3,462 6,924 10,3813,1U7

Z? C- 8 Years 2,755 ",-10 8,264 11,019

10 Years 2,1o.c ,207 6,311 8,414

12 Years 1,606 3,013 ",-19 6,026
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1!
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way to back your child's education, you are ready to set up the;
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how large your allotment should be.
The following table shows how you can be ready for that day your
child enters college if you begin to save now.
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Education TimetableA

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method of transportation. in the week or month.
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at the Subic Bay Naval Base. drive, and there's a man or woman in your department that will
The calesa takes personnel to be glad to tell you how to get in on the allotment savings bond plan.
the riding stable, where hones Just ask your department
savings bond
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Purple Heart, Navy Achievement Medal

I

Awarded RM2 Thompson of ComFairJax



Jax -- RM2 James L. Creighton Abrams, commanding combat missions which struck
Thompson, assigned to ComFair- general of the U. S. Forcesin deep into the enemy.infested
Jax, was presented the Purple Vietnam, forwarded the waters of the Mekong Delta and
Heart and Navy Achievement Me- citation which lauded Thompson's Inflicted heavy losses to the en-
dal with the Combat "V" devicein actions. The Navy Achieve emy. In each instance he react-
a ceremony Monday morning ment citation reads, "Petty Officer ed quickly and courageously."
by RAdm. R. J. Stroh,commander served
Thompson participated in Thompson as a machine \
Fleet Air Jacksonville. operations involving numerous gunner with River Flotilla
1 on a support craft in the Kaen .I
Boa province district from May
ADR2 Conner Named 14, 1968 to April 12, of this
year. On April, while escort-
ing an Army boat hauling
'Y' 'F"
ammunition and supplies in the 3 axaAlc wrw.ra a.rt.3'w 11-
Serviceman of MonthConscientious Mo Cay area, the craft was hit RVN RETURNEE HONORED-RAdm. R.J. Stroh, commander
by a P -'40 rocket and Thompson Fleet Air Jacksonville, pins two more medals on tothe already .'
suffered shrapnel wounds for glazened chest of RM2 James L. Thompson. Thompson
performance of ner, "He can be depended on which he received the Purple
returned from Vietnam in April and reported to ComFairJaxlast
duty, outstanding leadership to complete any task assigned and Heart.
qualities, and an exemplary mi- endure through any task to its The 22 year-old combat vet- month.-
litary appearance have won ADR2 ultimate completion.* He fur- eran is a graduate of RM "A" .
Leonard Conner, Jr. the May ther states "Petty Officer Con- School in San Diego.He .
nomination as NAS 'Servicemanof ner's military behavior and also wears the National
the Month. appearance is outstanding. Defense Service ribbon, Viet-
He wears his uniform with great nam Service Ribbon and two
pride. With his aggressive lea- bronze stars and the Republicof
dership he works diligently Vietnam campaign medal.
toward correcting and improvingthe
appearance of those under
his charge." The
'Shape Up'
In the letter, Cdr. Premo also
said that Conner's attitude and
adaptability have earned him the Navy and Marine Corps per- Impossible
respect of his coworkers and have sonnel working behind desks or In
aided in promoting their morale. offices can maintain physical fit-
ness by practicing the exercises
The letter concludes with the found in the new phamphlet, Machine.
statement, "He is certainly the "Shape Up" (NAVPERS 15967)).
type individual who deserves the The phamphlet contains nine
recognition and also the type we basic exercises which canbe per-
particularly desire to retain in formed In the office as well as In
the service.* quarters. The "Shape Up" pro-
gram requires only 54 seconds
Originally from Bell,Fla.Con- daily, and provides a degree of f
Conner ner currently resides In Jack physical conditioning which is
sonville with his wife, Loiselle, usually achieved only through
Presently assigned to the Pro- and their 10 month old son. weightlifting or other strenuous
peller Shop of the Power Plants M
Division here, Conner acts as As benefits for receiving the activity. of
Personnel desiring a
for Conner will receive copy
nomination,
quality assurance inspector
all of and certificate from the Candle the "Shape Up" phamphlet may
types propellers .pro- a gift obtain one by writing the Supply& .
peller governors. light Lounge and a trip to St. Fiscal Dept., Naval Station, .,< .d. I
In the letter of nomination, Augustine sponsored by the USO
Washington, D.C., 20390.
Cdr. M. C. Premo said of Con- for his entire family.





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: Auction Features Operation Deep Freeze Launches I



Military ForcesJax Annual Call for VolunteersJax "


-- Community television Personnel wintering over
station Channel 7 began its 9th -- The Navy is making Its *For those staying with effort the- will be eligible to participate In
Annual Auction Telethon Friday annual call for volunteers to join wintering-over party, every the Program for Afloat College
and this year featured an auction up with the select men picked for Is made to assign them to Education (PACE). Under the
following
-
night run by members of the Arm duty with Operation Deep Freeze one of their choices of duty program, Navymen may take up
the end of the 1970-71 pro-
ed Forces. the Navy's long-range scientific to three undergraduate college-
Heading the auction effort program conducted in Antarctica. gram. level courses.
Tuesday night was RAdm.Robert Among the benefits listed for Personnel will not be assigned *Deep freeze personnel are

J. Stroh, Commander Fleet Air those selected to the annual Deep to deployed units or units eligible to participate in the Sav-
local
Freeze effort are: scheduled for other than
Jacksonville. Also
taking and
part d ings Deposit Program accure
three monthsof
within
Me-
The Antarctica Service operations
in the Armed Forces night were dal for duty with Operation Deep their reporting date if at all interest at the rate of 10 percent
compounded quarterly.
the commanding officers of naval Freeze. possible. ,
installations commands in the In Its Notice 1300 of May 8,
-- the Bureu of Personnel is soliciting -

Jacksonville Local Army area., Air Force, Some Defense Employees May the following officers for

and Marine Corps personnel also the wintering-over party:
took pan in Tuesday's activities 13XX Cdr. (commanding offi-
acting as auctioneers board I Qualify for Homeowner HelpIf cer); 13XX/661X Lt. and below

markers, and telephone, opera GCA or CIC experience neces-
you were a defense employee owner occupant of a one or sary; 153X/13XX/665X Lt. and
tors.A non profit ogranlzation the Officer who got caught In a real estate two family dwelling(or have leftit below with meterological exper-
community T. V. station depends Safety crunch following a military base after being ordered into on ience; 110X/1601X Lt. and below -

on the money from the annual closing announced after Nov. 1, post housing during the six communication experience;
auction to buy equipment for 1964, you may be entitled to financial months before the announcement) 21OC LCdr. or Lt. Including
additional programming. The Discusses ConceptA I relief under the Home- Further to qualify for assistance flight surgeon previous surgical

telethon ends tomorrow. owners Assistance Program. you must have re experience and prior active duty
Thousands of area business "new concept in safety" is Homeowners may qualify' under located beyond a normal com desirable; 220X Lt.; 310X/370X
men have donated items for auc- in effect at NAS Jacksonvilleunder several circumstances. As 'a muting distance from the dwel- Lt. and below; 410X Lt.; 510X/
tion by the station, and viewers the supervision of the NAS serviceman or civilian employee ling,or you must have been unemployed 570X Lt.. and below; 6XXX Lt.
will be able to bid for the items Safety Officer Charlie Able. (other than temporary) you may Involuntarily and be and below; 798X and 849X.
by telephone during the week long qualify if your assignment or employment able to demonstrate such finan- Enlisted volunteers in the fol-
telethon. Able puts the responsibilityof ended as a result of cial hardship that you were unable loing ratings are needed for the
safety squarely on the Individual the closureor If you were trans- to meet your mortgage pay- wintering-over :
party
Involved with the vehicle ferred to another job after the ments and related expenses. Fin- ET/ETN RM YN, PN, SK,

the equipment and in the shop. closure announcement and the position ally, your property must have DK, CS, SH, SN, BT EN, EM
you occupied at the base decreased In value because of the IC MR SF DC BU. CE, CM
Give tbepresent He will be interviewed on the ,
was eventually terminated, pro announced closure so that It can-
television program "What's the EA, EO SW, UT CN, ABF,
Hurry" by Ron Elliot, execu vided* you: not be sold on reasonable terms AG, AC, PH, AN, HM, DT, and
with .
and conditions.As
Were assigned or employed
TN. In addition to the general
tive director of the Greater Jacksonville -
the installation when the benefits under the
'at programyou with
ratings, volunteers specific
Safety Council. During
closure was announced or may if eligible obtain a
a future.Buy the series of five morning shows qualifications are desired. Men
Were either transferredfrom cash payment to cover part of
the two men will be discussingthe in the above ratings may check
the installation had from
(or your your losses resulting a
the Bureau of Personnel Noticeto
safety as it Is re -
program
employment ended as a reductionin private sale of your dwelling,
if hold the needed
they
lated to the attitudes,knowledgeof see
force within six months the
) priorto or sell your home to government -
skills.
the operatorbout his machine the closure announcement, or or be paid back for los
and the confrontations theoperator Antarctic Development Squadron -
Were transferred from the ses you have Incurred or will -
makes of other individuals Six (VXE-6) also needs officer
installation on an overseas tour Incur as a result of the fore -
while he Is operating his ma- volunteers as listed:
unaccompanied by dependents closure of the mortgage on your
chine or vehicle. They plan to within 15 months prior to the home. 131X, Cdr. and below with experience -
look of the of in C-121, H-34 UHIDor
at some aspects closure announcement.At Fact sheets explaining the
industrial, drive safe home vacation pro C-130's; 132X Lcdr. and be-
the time of the announce gram and applications for
and general safety. Able ment, transfer'or'' job ''termina- 'assistance be obtained from ,low_ with experience as aerial
and Elliot will also be may 31XX LCdr. and below -
com navigators;
tion have been the .
you must the personnel office you of your
menting on the total accident nearest Defense ; 620X Lt./Lt. (j.g.r663X)
picture as it affects the Naval activity. Lt. and below; 711X; 741X;831X;
Air Station and the Greater Jack 680X Lt. and Lt. (j.g.) and 865
sonville area -- how one ac- Cdr. and below.
U.S. Savings Bonds cident effects Jacksonville NAS For Your InformationHospital Enlisted men in the following

& Freedom Shares and the person involved in time ratings"are needed for duty with

money and personal injury. Shortage Civilian HospitalsA the squadron.BM .
RM YN, CYN PN, DK,
Join Charlie Able NAS Safety During the months of ,June, new directive has been an- CS, JO PC, SH, (NEC SH-3154)),
Officer and Ron Elliot, execu- July and August, medical and nounced by the Assistant Secre- SN, AFCM AD ADR ADS AT,

tive director of the Greater Jack nurse corps personnel at the tary of Defense (Manpower and ATM, ATR, AB, ABH, AE, AM,
sonville Safety Council on "WhatIs Naval Hospital will be greatly Reserve Affairs) concerning the AMS AMH, AME, PR AS, ASE,
the Hurry" June 9 through 13, reduced due to a large numberof treatment of uniformed service ASM, ASH AK AZ, PH, AN,
from 6:55 to 7:00 a.m., WJXT- detachments without contact personnel and their dependentsIn HM, DT, SD and TN.
TV, Channel reliefs during those months. civilian hospitals.The .
Therefore during those policy sets fourth the guld- In asking for volunteers, the
months, the number of patientsthat lines for hospitals found to be Bureau said that volunteers must
can be seen In the various discriminating against persons have spent at least two years on

GIANT SWAP MEET clinics will be considerably reduced because of race, color or national board arduous and preferred sea
duty stations in order to volun-
and elective surgical pro- origin. This policy Is
JAX LARGEST' cedures will be similarly curtailed further aimed to discourage uniformed teer. Others must have servedat
FLEA Bona fide emergencies will be service personnel from their present duty station at

FREE ' MARKET cared for In the usual expeditiousmanner. using Ineligible hospitals for non- least one year before joining the
Deep Dreeze effort.
AM Spaces Under Shelter However patients must emergency cases.
20th and Edgewood expect longer waiting times for Any hospital in the United Stat Also, the Bureau said that

w W A routine clinic appointments. es, or in any of the U.S. Posses- personnel volunteering for the
Walk-in and after-hours cases sions or U.S. Territoriesstandsto wintering-over party must have
Sat. 9 6:00
Every am : pm
obligated service December
that are not of an emergency lose payment for treatment to
PEPOREG Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm 1971 while those for
applying
nature will be referred for given to uniformed service
PHONE routine clinic appointment. personnel, their dependents duty with the squadron,must have
768-7058 or 768-4793. Return to normalservlcecanbe beneficiaries of the Civil' enough service to take them
354-9119 expected by Sept. 1. Health and Medical Program of through April 1972. Those with-
28.geGAL. the Uniformed Services (CHAM- out enough obligated time will be

PUS), if they discriminate against allowed to extend their obligated -

anyone according to the service time in most cases.
directive. Further information on Operation -

GUARANTEED MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll Only In special cases or under Deep Freeze is available at
UNDER HOOD CHECK "unusual circumstances" the station's Educational Ser-

& ALL WINDOWS WASHED.FREEH previously approved by the Assistant vices Office, ext. 2596 or from
Ranks All AgesLOW Secretary of Defense the Bureau of Personnel No-

(M&RA) can an ineligible hospital tice.
L, -1 PLUS** RATES receive payment. A list of cur-

Tune Up Service obtained rently ineligible from hospitals BUMEDINST can be

Tire Service EASY 'MONTHLY 6320.39.
The Assistant Secretary of Defense -
By Tutaed Sped dists (M&RA) urges all Navy
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL personnel and their dependentsto
,
MECHANIC ON DUTY
comply with this directive.
7 DAYS A WEEK .
WEEKDAYS TIL MIDNIGHT
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I 89 Civilians Receive Job HikesEighty



9Y'R' uh
nine civilian em- Also, Brian Kettlebake, Eugene Public Works I 1'w
ployees attached to various de Hendl, Carlton S. Martin,
partments and commands Louis J. Barilla, David H. Ald- Marjorie W. Krupp, John T.
throughout the entire station were ridge, Daniel A. Clark, MartinC. Lletch Jr., Melvin F. Rhoden,
recently promoted in accordancewith E. Foster, Michael J. Looby Levi Baree, Luther Jones, Ro-
the station's merit pro- Charles E. Jones Jr., Christopher bert A. Pons and James C.

motion program., .A. Forrine.FrankD.Moody, Naughton.
Those receiving the job hikes Raymond L. Prather, Varnel Others receiving promotions
included:. Grant, Robert U. Clayton, Wil- included Iris L. ReedGwendolynJ.
liam B. Mullis Jr., Sadie L. Russell Evelyn W. Thornton,
NARF Watkins, Clayton R. Owens, CarlA. and! Shirley Battlesof the Navy
William H. Muncy, Charlie E. Johnson and Freddie Darling.. Finance Office.Those from the
Joyner, John H. Welrich, Run commissary store receiving job
nell P. Dowdell, Robert L. Bon- Supply hikes included Sylvester Porter,
ney, Robert E. Strong, James Frederick Wingate, LarentG. Arthur L. Cunningham,Jimmy F. ,; j4f
Davis, WarrenD. McKinsey,Wil- Halstead, Mary I. Bryce, Parrish,' Robert S. Myers,RobertA.
lie E. Johnson, Earl C. Cleven- Nancy E. Parker, Lee Lambert, Chairmont Nathaniel Dixon 4>l
ger, John R. McQuillan, Van Q. Charles A Martin, Vincent A. and James B. Norman.
McLean, Fred E. McCutcheon, Hawkins, Alfred L. Slesstnger( Hospital promotions went toKathryn
Harry F.'Hixson, Andrew Norris Jack Davis, Margaret Kasnias, H. Haines, Anna C.Ked-
and Christopher Richardson. William S. Turner Sudie H. Ab- ziar Linda L.BradsherandJoan
ernathy and Leatha M. Clayton. C. Bernard. And Roy Williams, 94 YEARS--Retirement watches were presented to 0 to r)

Mildred Ruppersberger,ClydeH. Mrs. Garnett Davis, Fred B. Huggins, Willie H. Wade and
AnnouncedMerit Bragg Jr., Charles J. MancheJr. John S. Stratton during May 21 retirement services. Betweenthe
I Openings ., and! James M Estes of NAR four, 94 years has been spent in civil service work.
TU. Also, Betty P. Parks COM-
FAIR: Cara L. Davis, Ordnance
promotion opportunities MPB No. 68 69 Physical Test Unit; Flossie N. Schoder,
currently open for receipt of ap- Science Technician GS 8. Areaof comptroller; Carlie P. Hollin- Federal PromotionPlan
plications are listed below. The consideration: Nationwide. head, Katherine B. Brown RondaP.
area of consideration and the Applications for this position will Lewis and Cecelia T. Staley, Revised
closing date of each are shown. be accepted through the close of date processing. Being .
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D business June 30. And Freda F. Dyer Eugene V.
Grade levels GS 4 and below; MPB No. 70 69 Secretary Wagner, and Ralph Story,civilian Tenth in a SeriesIn uniform
MPB No., 79 67 Plan C All (Stenography) GS 4. Area of personnel department;Ron- ment will provide more
addition informa- of and will
general
treatment
semi skilled positions pay level consideration: NAS, NARF, ald C. Jones Frank J. -Jones, to complaints
seven and below and MPB NARTU COMFAIRJAX FAE- William S. Compton and TommyE. tion about the agency promotion '. help assure that they get proper
No. 83-67 Plan B All skilled TULANT, Naval Hospital Navy Grimes, security department. program an employee' is entitled handling.$:
to know certain specific Information There is one type of complaint
Re-
positions pay level seven and a- Commissary Stores Navy .
bove. Area of consideration: cruiting Station, Disease Vector JO WC Elects about Individual pro- that is not subject to grievance
motion actions In which he was nonselection
It is
and procedures.
NAS NARF, NARTU COM Control Center Regional
Involved. An 'agency must inform from a group of properly certified -
FAIRJAX FAETULANT Naval Storage Management Office
CommissaryStores Jacksonville. Applications for New OfficersBy an employee upon his request and considered candidates.
Hospital, Navy
whether he found [
basically
Navy Recruiting Station this position will be accepted was Employees naturally have confi-
Ginger ConnollyvW'
Disease Vector Control Center through the close of business June eligible; whether' he was i in; the dence in their own abilities and

; and Regional Storage Management -, 11. M14, FAETULANT and group froqt.which the selectionwas often feel that they are better
.
Office Jacksonville. Applications MPB No. 71-69 Supervisory V AP' 62 'hosted an "Up With made'who was selectetand; qualified than the person chosen
: will be accepted at Accounts Maintenance Clerk GS5. America" luncheon May 28 at in what ways he,should Improve for promotion. Final selection,_
any time. A separate applicationmust Area of consideration: NAS the officers club. The Orange himself to' Increase his chancesfor however,.is the right of the se-,
be filed for each position. NARF NARTU. COMFAIR Park Elementary School Choir future promotion. */ 'lectlng, official; and therefore a
MPB No. 5-69 Industrial JAX. FAETULANT, Naval Hos- under! the leadership of June The more employees under formal complaint may not be
Engineer GS 5, 7 9 and pital, Navy Commissary Stores, Montgomery lead the musical stand how their agency's'promotion based solely on failure to be
Area of consideration: Nation- Navy Recruiting Station Disease, theme of "This Is Our Country." program ,works,, the.less selected.
wide. Applications for this posi- Vector Control Center and Re Guests receiving donations likely they are to feel that they

tion will be accepted through the gional Storage Management Of from the J. O. W. C. charity were not "given fair and appro- ,
close of business Monday. fice. Jacksonville. Applicationsfor funds were Miss Abrams Red priate consideration for a higher
MPB No. 56 69 Mechanial this position will be accepted Cross, Mrs. Samuel Gilberstat, level job. Still there will be ]
Engineer GS 9 and 11. Areaof through the close of business Riverside Jewish Temple a representative times when an employee thinks
consideration:. nationwide. June 18. of the Florida that he was treated unfairly or c2A2n isan

Applications for this position will All applicants must be careeror Sheriff's Boys Ranch and Girl that the agency violated some
be accepted through the close of career conditional employees Scout Troop 22. requirement. In these cases,theemployee' ,9'll
Q)
business Monday. of the federal govern Election of officers highlightedthe is encouraged to discuss ; as
his complaint infor-
MPB No. 56 69 Mechanical mem. Application Forms 171 for
luncheon. New elected officers -
Engineer GS 9 and 11. Areaof these positions should be filed mally with his supervisor orper-
are: Jane Chenault,president San Juan at Niblick
sonnel office. These sourcesjare:
consideration: nationwide. with civilian Personnel Depart-
Applications for this position will ment, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville ; Olga Forehand first vice in the best position to help the Phone 384 4406
be accepted through the close of Fla., 33312. president; Mary'Jo Juellus employee and often can quickly
business June 12. For further information regarding second vice presidents: Marge clear up the matter.If 1, '2, G 3 Bedrooms
Fletcher recording secretary; be dealt Garden Type Apartmentswith
a complaint cannot
these the
MPB No. 59 69 Digital COm- positions see Ann
Serely Club
corresponding sec-
with satisfactorily on an Informal Country
of the bulletins
puter Systems Operator GS-5 copies or announ- retary and Diane Olden,treasurer. basis however Atmosphere
an employee can
and 7. Area of consideration: cements or call Ext. 2320, Rat- Kitchens equipped with G-E
file formal underthe
ing and Examining Branch Civi- a complaint
nationwide. Applications for this Ranges G Refrigerators
position will be accepted throughthe lian Personnel Office NASJack- u' appropriate his grievance. procedurein I .Individual' Air Conditioning
close of business June 15. sonville. agency.In and Heating by G-E
DotfrsAitoo$ VAtA1tON the past an agency could _Drapes furnishedWall
have administrative machineryother to Wall Carpeting and ,

....... than the grievance proce-' Large Swimming Pool
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: ; JAX MARINE
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:, i NEWS NATTC: Behind The Scene


By Phyllis Harkins

Pistol- ,- --- Match. -- -
By LCpl P. D. Edwards
.' in several civilian matches and graduating from Class 904 of AO
ATC C. E. Browning, and instructor is a member of the Gateway Rifle (A) School.
,::;r LtGen. Lewis W. Walt, As roll the MAD softball team won in AOB) School since and Pistol Club in Jacksonville.
'sistant Commandant of the Marine number six last week. Jan. 1, came in fourth in the lie also fires at the Jackson- Honorman, AOAA L. W.Crain,
: Corps, received his fourth The 6-0 win over the BB individual match at the CNATE- ville Police pistol range. had an average of 89.58. Healso
received Honor Student certi-
star In ceremonies at Washington Stackers gives the Marines un CHTRA Pistol Championship Browning and his wife, Pat, an ,
LCdr.
ficate from Mallory'in'addition
Tuesday. It marks the first disputed possession of first place competition held in Memphis, have two children -- two year
lime in Marine history that the in the National League of the Tennessee. For this reason, he old twins. to his diploma. Upon
Corps has been authorized more NATTC Intramural Softball Lea- was selected to represent GraduationsTwo completion of the school, he was
V NAS
transferred A-52
to ,
than one four star billet. gue. CNATECHTRA in the Atlantic graduation ceremonieswere
The fourth star was pinned on Bowling Fleet Matches in Annapolis, Md., held at NATTC last week. Whidbey Island, Washington,
Gen Walt by Gen. Leonard F. MAD's bowling fortunes dim- beginning Monday and ending June AN Charles R. Pomy was hon- D. C.
Champman, Jr., Commandant of med a ,bit last week when the orman of Class 851 of the AEA) Bowling
the Marine Corps, who formerlywas Devildogs dropped three of four 12.This competition is held School graduating with an averageof
the only Marine on active points to AOW2. annually and all training com 94.28. LCdr. RobertE.Biggs, 1
duty authorized the four star The team entered the match mands are usually represented.Since ,training officer, presented dip Intramural Bowling Standings
rank. with an 11 1 record and escaped there was no team from lomas to the class whose overall NATTC
Navy Achievement Medals with a 12 win and four NATTC,. Browning fired as a average was 80.04. Team I ,' I' Won; Lost
loss logs. member of the CNATECHTRA In addition to his diploma, .:"
Three MAD Marines were presented Golf team which consisted of four Pomy received an Honor Stu MAA ,? 'I:,*I'' ,?'.,','.14:',, 2
the Navy Achievement Me- The MAD golf team gets backto members and"two alternates. He dent certificate. He will now A01 13 3
dal by Maj. Maurice A. Holder, chasing the leader this weekin placed third last year in this same travel to his next duty assign- Pinwheels 12 4
executive officer, Friday. NATTC Intramural play. competition. ment with VA 41 at NAS Devil Dogs 12 4
GySgt. Raymond Center, Cpl. The team did not play last week Browning was an instructor at North Island, San Diego. Extractors 9 7
Don Cooger, and Cpl. John due to an accelerated work week AEI ((8)) School for two years LCdr. Pierce Mallory,training AOO' 4. 12
Quigley, Jr. were all cited for caused by the Memorial Day week prior to his transfer to his pre- officer, congratulated and presented Misfits 0 : 16
their outstanding performancesof end. sent assignment. He has fired diplomas to the 47 men WAVES 0 16
duties while serving in
Vietnam.
K Softball n_
Building a slow steady lead
and paced by another strong
mound performance by Les Car-


r ClubSchedules

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CPO Club

,
Tonight Is Pizza night at the I r 4rM rI

club.Friday night at the club fea-
tures dancing to the Clubs and .
the menu speciality for the evening y
is the seafood platter.
Saturday, The Clubs are the n's N ,7
ones to entertain you.
Enjoy a Prime Rib Roast on
i' Sunday, ," ir', .,
\ I
::,.
,. Blue Jacket's Inn ...,
:
Tonight Messengar of the
Masses entertains. #
Tomorrow, Phil Cay and the
Chantels along with the Hipps A
Girls bring you the evening's
,
"
.1 entertainment.
s Saturday night dance from 8:45 .
p.m. to 1:00'a.m. to,the music of
the Blue Organization, again on
... Sunday evening.SPCIOU3. 4,


PEACEFUL

MARSHALL ACRES ., ,
9359 103rd Street f
Jacksonville's newest &
most modern mobile home
community is now open ,for
your 'inspection. Large 44 x'
75' lots. HIGHESTDIVIDEND

ONLY $35 PER MO.

) Swimming pool, tennis court,
shuffleboard] court, 0 D Q
pit, picnic built for your en'
joyment. Act Today' Call: ON SAVINGS
r : EL VCKANO MOTOR COURT
Mr. F. S. Martin, Manager
.' 359.2924 EVER PAID

For Full Details
I To Be Paid To MembersFor
The First Six Months
: :: Ending June 30, 1969

Terrell's; :1


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r:: BOWLING r%: Tel. 384-1391 or Base Ext. 2431 FEDERALJune ,,

: BEER :; Hours Mon.-Fri. 9:30: -4:30:

...I TERRELL CANNON I NAS CECIL FIELD-.I.... 26 '

Tel. 771-3211 Ext. 215 ;:
!t Owner fr Leae1
ST.-YUKON | Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30: 3:00:
r :t 4527 120th

,;',': 'I Phone: 388.9660. $

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New Corsair Engine Boosts



20,000 Pounds of OrdnanceDALLAS



May 23 .A modified The load,nearly four times tqt tests was equipped with the single b.
A 7A Corsair II has been carried by the World War II B- Allison/Rolls Royce TF -
flown carriny a record load of 17 Fying Fortress, was the A1 turbo fan engine which willpower
nearly 20,000 pounds of ordnance heaviest ever lifted by, the light the new a 7D CorsairII
under its wings, officials at LTV aircraft. Normal maximum loadis now in production for the Air
Aerospace Corporationdisclosedthis 15,000 pounds. Force. The engine produces a
week. The, A 7A Corsair II was the minimum 14,250 pounds thrust.
The aircraft, flownbycompanytest first of the series of attack air-
pilot H. L. (Hoppy) Newwas craft built for the Navy and has :
launched from a ground catapultat been in combat over north and For the test, floppy New made
the Lakehurst (N.J.NavalairStation ) South Vietnam since December, four flights with four different
in March with a load of 1967. bomb loadings and gross weight kSLUGGER
19,940 pounds of bombs. The aircraft flown for the load nearing 42,000 pounds. a b

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MONEY..Cdr. D.E. Gordon, VA-36 skipper, and

iH-Y b +A ATN2 M.A. Hargrave.

e tl V Sponsors'Tadpole'Slugger
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4 :

-r-. NAS CECIL Attack Squadron coach of the team, announcedthat
t VNAX Eighty Six has donated over the boys have chosen to be

.. two hundred dollars to sponsora called "The Sidewinders."
local little league baseball The money was raised through
team. ATN2 M. A. Hargrave donations from all hands. The
Spr a .' k/A "" wn 3 a' working in Eighty Six's avionics little Sidewinders record is five
?f shop entitled the help of the wins and five losses. All,gamesare
'4.. Sidewinders in raising enough played at the Cedar Hills
!
.. a Nk fe
oa y
4 f: .j' qM3' :' <' p %k $ : i money for uniforms and equip- Athletic Association Sports Com
,
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;/:: ', ,, for fourteen ,
boys
'> ')-?': #"';4.;;>> "4.', ment aged plex.
,,:' }''#:rP-',,,' ,lf 8 10, in the Cedar Hills Ath-
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",;''''rJit:0,6, <>,,,,'/'.,. r,, letic Association Tadpole lea- "
,A') ; "ft4'1t. :J;&'-,{",jm gue. Hargrave, ,the volunteer,
: <
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t r" :: 9 USD

To LTjg..Bachelor) Enlisted Quarters Officer, Charles Wes- ,:';

onlg was advanced to LTjg last week. He is assisted here in *, .
Kr
is loM
jaeger
pinning on his new shoulder boards by Captain F.H. McLinn on ,
and his wife Mlchele.' ,


NAMTRADETSNAS


CECIL ADJ1 EugeneE. civilian community.
Kronjaeger has been selected Kronjaeger reported to De-
"Instructor of the Month" for tachment 1034 (A 7))' _iq February -
NAMTD 1034: ,(A -7)) for April. 1968 and is assigned as
He was presented the award by an instructor in the TF-30 Jet
LCdr. J. K. Donaldson OINC.; Engine Maintenance Course.He -
At the presentation, Kron- ,, his wife Mary Alice and
jaeger was commended for his their four children reside at
oustanding performance as an 9359 103rd St., in Jacksonville.
Instructor the efficient and effective -

manner in which he car- Take stock in America

''away ried out assigned collateral. US ,......
I say 3nvis Io.d A s.re
1 duties and for his efforts in the FREE

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UASTERCHARQE Credit Cards Honored aH
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MOTORS :

BEGINNING IN JUNE! Monday thru Saturday : : at,! 'II

See HFC JUNE, JULY & AUGUST Only! 8:30: AM 7:30: PM P-L-E-N-T-Y I
OF VW's I
NEW HOURS Sundays 9:00: AM 2:00: PM I ReasonablesTrnTNSpfcTEb
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Before you go on leave, make sure you've got
enough money on hand. See us for a Traveloan. : :
Then you'll know you'll be able to cover all of CARS
your leave expenses-food, lodging, transportation, 165 I
extras. Household helps more service people every FALCON. $740 I,
year than any other company of its kind. Taking 1 2-Dr., Air Cond. I,
off? A Traveloan from Household is a great way to 164 CHEV. . .$890 iI '
go. See us about yours today. '> Impala Hardtop, I

; I Air & Power I

Upto6OO V: 163 PONTIAC. $790 I
t I Lemans 2-Dr., 1I
'. Before you sign on the dotted line, .. 3"" A p r'ira. Air & Power I
you'll know what your loan will cost.HOUSEHOLD 0 3
163 I
.. ":, BUICK.$690
I Skylark Conv., I
i' :: FINANCE I 4-Speed Trans. I
1 2 i 31edroom from
Alrl..ts 161 I BUICK I . .' $390 II
$131 M..t.Off.rl.1 Wagon, Power & 1I

f. 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 I .IXIMVH .f 11,11' spice Air I.
I 1 62 VW 4-Pass. .$490 I .
Cedar Hills Shopping Center cad privacy I. .1 libel lecetlea I Pick-up Ufss.r

'; 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 F ......I.t, rlstk ORANGE PARK I ------ I

:.i 1 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 FREE-golf at private country club 'I: We Rdy-Sell-FieeNce :
.Club alsed swimming pool .Centr al Heat and Air Condi .
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Penman with Cabanas, pool aid* Honing, Dhhw..h.... .
': Plaza Shopping Center phones and children's Disposal, range and oven by 6566 NormandyiI
1227 Atlantic swimming pool Q.E.Plenty.
t Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 .
Front and rear entrance of closets with dress Boulevard II
. ing room closets In m.sterbedroom
/- i Wall Wall
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June 5, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER! Pale It.


I MoviesMovies SUNDAY:, June 8': r" i

NAS: "DUEL AT DIABLO"starring ttttn
James Garner and Sid
will be shown nightly ney Poitier. Color Action. AM/
at the NAS Theater at 7:30 VG
p.m. ((111 mins.) ; 4 ?
There will also be a.kiddie matinee HOSPITAL: ''SMITH" Ey tZ
at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Standing Blvd. Jacksonville: ,
day and holidays. .. Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication: the following' Thursday.
The Hospital Theater will have ".it j Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. publisher is instructed: otherwise. A check: or money order for the full cost of the ad must

Cecil Field will have two nightly ", ', be received WITH the copy: for the ad.Do ",'
shows during the week at 5:30 : ., %* >
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be Net Send Cish

shown on weekends at 2 and ,

5 p.m.Ratings: A-Adults; G-General t"4iP Rite: Miiinan charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00
s
Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- Per additioBil Hue ((4 words line). 0.50
Superior; E-Excellent; VG-Very t i t.J;. 1J per e e e e e e
Good; G-Good; F-Fair; rnA ,. 1 J'22 lrj :1fz >e'
Class Not Available.

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THURSDAY, June 5 ... PART TIME HELP AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
Female typist, 60-80 wpm, 3 & West Coast. 3533691.
& VA &
NAS: "THE FORTUNE COOKIE' Houses Apts. Equity
days a week week days only.
..
FHA resales. $100 down. Call
starring Jack Lemmon and Y .. ,' \62N Pleasant working conditions, BRAND NEW
Walter Matthau. ComedyDrama.AME ; 'x !; 1969 Morse Powell or Mills USN Ret.264-
: good pay. Must be In Jax minimum Zigzag Sewing Machine .1
((120 mlns.) ; .' ; Left In 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili
t.1." ,> ,-, ". of 2 more years. Call Layaway Balance
HOSPITAL, : "THE BROTHERHOOD' y .,t :. 387-3566 for interview.DO $34.50' Cash or $6 Mo. tary-Free Notary.REFRIGERATOR,
6110 103rd St. Ph. 771-5028
FRIDAY, June 6 YOU WANT TO BE A DISC Delivery with no obligation.B FREEZER
w JOCKEY? Dial 356-8351 for in- Comb., 19.6 Cu. Ft. ExcelCond.,
tr
NAS: "HOT MILLIONS" star- 4 formation. $165. Mrs. Clark 772-2401 or
ring Peter Ustinov,Maggie Smith & B KENNELS 389-2901. ,-, '

and Karl Malden. Color Comedy.G JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Boarding for dogs,cats and horses. -
/ CNA (105 mins.) \ 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean 5214 Collins Rd.,near Orange FOR SALE '63 RAMBLERSta.

HOSPITAL: THE FORTUNE modern trailers & Apts. 389- Park, 264-9602. Wag., A/C, St. Shift 6 Cyl,
COOKIE. 3007. $185. 771-7504 or Ext. 2909.

SATURDAY, June 7
GEORGE'S KENNELS A "SPOT" FOR"YOU NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS

NAS: "SMITH"starring Glenn Dogs and Cats boarded. Free To selected, highly capable Of- Consoles some with AM/FM,
Ford and Nancy Olson. Color pickup and delivery Est. 1925, ficers and Senior Petty Officers tape players. At dealers cost,
Disney Comedy. Drama. G/E 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat leaving the service, a leading to liquidate stock. Full warranty I
HOSPITAL: "HOT MILLIONS" AFPS PICK-This week's pin- and Edgewood) 389 0064. nationwide firm offers a position Phone 771-0409.

up pick by the AFPS staff is with an Income that need never '
Saturday Matinee the lovely Miss Monica Peter- IN CLAY COUNTY stop climbing. A Job you'll like FOR SALE 1964 VW,
NAS: "HARUM SCARUM' son who is under contract to 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved In a choice of locations.Company Good Cond., $750. R. Dvorak,
starring Elvis Presley and Mary 20th Century-Fox Studios. and graded road frontage $1450; sponsored orientation to speed Call 771-2539 or NAS Jax 2974.
Ann Mobley. Color Musical. per lot & up, terms. Off. Ph. your transition. Write to P.O.
282-5272 Home 282-5224. Box 13177 Orlando, Fla. 32809 JUGGLERQuit
Attn: Eastern Area Manager.FOR juggling the family books I
To make ends meet. PART TIME
OPEN = SUNDAY UNCLAIMED FREIGHT EVENINGS Men 2135.Call Mr.
SALE 1963 "T"
BIRD
-
Perry 388-7298.
7 new 1969 ZIG ZAG SEWING
First class condition, A/C new
MACHINES, slightly scratched in
front end and transmission. Call NIGHT RIDER
shipment, with full factory guar-
antee. ZIg-Zags, makes button- 771-7856 after 4 p.m. Men 21-35, Reliable Company

') holes, fancy designs, sews on forming posse to round-up
buttons, appliques, monograms, REPOSSESSED KIRBY VACUUM EXTRA CASHto
etc. $47 or $8 per month. W/attachments. For Information help make ends meet. Send a ,
1OO GUARANTEEWe CONSOLE MODEL STEREO, call 724-5398. brief letter telling me something
combination with Radio Like.. about yourself. Part'' Time -
''
gave 'them'the'VW, 16 point Safety and Performance
InspeC"Uon. Mr. Starr
Evenings. Reply to ,
automatic record changer.
Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything new,
that needed it., And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or Multi-speed. Balance of $68 or FOR SALE 1965 MUSTANG 4776 Riverdale Rd., 32210. Must
replacement of all major mechanical parts for :30 day or 1000 $8 per month.INTERNATIONAL. High performance 289 Cobra have your letter' no later. than
miles. Come on In and double check. June 9.
SILVER- equipped with 4 speed shifter

ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE WARE, like new, service for Borge Warner transmission.call
ASSEMBLIES"BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM eight, 50 pieces. $39 or $8 per Lounsberry at 772-2775 and 264 FOR SALE OR RENT
month. 4375 after 5 p.m. SPACIOUS & COOL, Large Fam-
69 COFFEE SILVER SERVICE ser- ily Room, 4 BR., 2 1/2 Baths,
VW Fastback $2395
and LR., Dining Rm., Double Garage -
creamer.
ving tray, sugar
Radio, heater, WELDING! ,
automatic transmission. $65 or$8 month. Central Heat & Air, VA
per No job too large or small:Trail
Mortgage 5 340... Equity Re-
Call Credit Manager 353-1946 "
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio DAY or NITE. Will deliver, no ers, ornamental iron work, fuel quired.Oak Hill Park. 771-2086.
&heater, Green 8t White. oil stands. Westside Custom
obligation, or can be Inspectedat
Welding Corner Lane & Lenox.
Warehouse. 1606 Main Street.
67 MERCURY Callente $1795 781-9482. ORLANDO CLIPPER 16' 75 HP,

4-Dr., V-6, A.T., PS, Green WESCONNETT AREA Mercury, Tilt Trailer. Ski &
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING Belt. ladder &AllSafety -
Boarding
Would like to keep a coupleof
66 BUICK Le Sabre $18954Dr. children. Reasonable. Window units & central units, equipment. 771-0769.

., Loaded 7710054. serviced & repaired. Tylers
Heating & Air Conditioning. 4711 68 OLDS HOLIDAY 98

66 FORD Galaxie 500 $14954Door HOUSE FOR RENT Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388- Grey w/Black Vinyl top. FULL

HT., LOADED 5161. power, Air, Tape Deck AM/FM
3 BR., 2 Bath. Waterfront, car- sfgnal Seeker Radio. Purchased
69 VW Sedan $1895Radio pets & drapes. $250 Mo. WIL-MAR APARTMENTS June '68 for $5700. Sacrificefor
7716542. 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. $3350. 733-6751.
& Heater. ,. Furnished $105, unfurnished
: 4 1/2%/ MORTGAGE $85, plus St. Tax Newly painted. 66 VW SQUAREBACK W/SUN-
68 VW Sedan ,. $1795Radio 3 Br., & Fla. Rm., on Lg. Cor- 2 Br, Lg. Kit., Breakfast ROOF. Low mileage, Excel.
& Heater , Mo. Paymts. $88.17. sewage garbage lawn ser-
67 VW Sedan.:'f;.a; $1595Stereo VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213 vice included. 1 block West of the AN].E. JORDAN DESIRES

New Paint. .. .;? ';;' 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2, Swap with an AN at Cecil Field
mile South of 103rd St. Call
66 VW Sedan $1350Radio Contact: AN J.E. JordanB335182V2
387-2541 nites or weekends call FPON.Y.N.Y.09501.
heater, 'f..'. I ,'" 1kaCE. 3890744. CVA59.

65 VW Sedan $1195Radio HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER

& Heater :BO)(' 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, garage, Fence Complete 14 FT.with FIBERGLAS boat cover BOAT&trailer -

64 VW Squareback $1195Green corner lot 102 x 85, trees Oak 40 HP Elec. Evinrude motor.
Cecil &Jax. Phone
Hill to
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president and Ann Sererly, corresponding secretary. Marge Fletcher, the recording -
secretary is not shown.

HAPPY 22ND--A happy gathering of members and guests
took place recently when Navy Wives Club of America Jax
a 86 got together to celebrate the club's 22nd anniversary.Mrs. .
Reginald Berry, honorary member, Capt. and Mrs. H.O.
Cutler, Mrs. R.J. Stroh, wife of RAdm. Stroh, Com Fair Jax,
Mrs. Thomas Bennett, former Jax 86 president,and Mrs. Bud
Barnes, present president of Jax 86 were present for the
cake-cutting ceremony.

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Award, from the Florida Publishing Co., and the Times Union. Accepthg the "Golden Apple"were ?
(0-r I ) Mrs. Eleanor Hamby, chairman of the Amblyopia committee, Mrs. Rita Brown, com- ,
mittee member, Mrs Bill Howard, Jax 86 vice-president, and, Mrs. Sharon Havens, committee i iP ia
member. The club's project that won them the award was their volunteer service in screening _
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plates. Mrs. Delores Scott, committee chairman for the
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Buy y S, Savings Ponds,
CECIL This coming Sunday will be the to assist him in the Summer youth
I SPORTS ROUNDUP battle of the Chiefs here at Cecil program aboard Cecil Field. If new Freedom Shares i
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L By sic George BlackburnNAS it out with their counterpartsfrom Cross trained the athletic department -
NAS Jacksonville. Cap- is offering youachaneto
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fect game last week in his team's were really down. Softball season for 1969. The at Ext. 497.

contest with Weapons. In seven Here's how the standings look team manager Larry Gaskill says
Innings of play last Monday, pit- after last week's contests. his team is ready to meet with
cher:, Lee fired a no hitter National any challenger.
against Weapons and a singleerror AMD 11-1 Chief Jim Lee, player coachof
by the first baseman pre- VA-44 9-3 the infamous AMD team which

vented him from throwing a per- VA-174 6-6 has been knocking them dead in
fect game. As all sports fans Dental ,4-6 intra mural competition has announced The Gods

know, everyone loves to see the VA-45 4-7 the formation of a Cecil smite

top team knocked down,and Weapons Operations 5-7 Field all start team. Coach on those
defeated was no exception.Fans Weapons 4-8 Lee says that many of last years who live
saw Weapons play really Marines 3-7 players have since left and there at the

good ball game, but the excel- American' ..... are man unfilled positions avail- t TIKIApartments
lent pitching eventually told the VA 82 10-0. able. Iterested parties are to

story."Puckett's. VA 36 8-2 report to him this Friday, June
Plumbers"are still VA-64 4-2 6 on the south field at 6 p.m. JV4 Ml.s South
searching for a victory in the VA-86 6-3 Swimmers Needed of NAS on US 17

second half. The 'plumbers lostto VA-66 :-' 4-7 .Athletic director Tom Mc- ORANGE PARK)
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Operations last week 8 to 7 VA-67 2-8 Guckin is looking for volunteerlife .....
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Blauvelt Leads

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Some of the more frustrated intramural teams might cast a Blauvelt of VAP-62 4 i41Af
hopeful eye towards that elusive Ironman trophy now as VAP-C2 and Rick Bernard VP-16 coped f+ ;'/ sa
prepares to change head coaches July 11. During Commander top individual honors in the NAS r I
Burke Eakle's tenure the "Vappers" claimed a pair of ironman Jax Track and Field Meet Tues-
trophies symbolic of the best day afternoon. 4q
overall athletic entree in the were victorious at Indy for the Blauvelt took first place tro-
NAS Intramural program. first time Friday... Andrettl's phies in the 220 yard run and ;
They raced to the 1968 foot- winning car -- with STP -- got the running broad jump and gained
ball crown, the 68-69 cage playoff nearly 1 1/2 miles per gallon.. runner-up honors in the 100 yard
title, and are currently lead- Indy rules allow no more than dash, In leading his teammates
ing their league in softball. The 325 gallons of fuel to be car- from VAP-62 to a first place
t Jax Navy east coast championship ried by the cars..required pit- finish in the meet.
? football unit was comprised stops are increasing each year The Vappers edged out arch **
largely of VAP-62 performers. (it's up to three now) ... ticket rival NARTU by a slim 5 1/2 Y bt.kx .
prices are undoubtedly movingin points as they totaled 58 points
-Watch 'Em- the same direction (up) -- for the meet.Bernard .-
The return of VP-45 may well the winners share was $25,000more also put in a fabu-
turn some heads also. Let's see than last year and it's Impossible lous effort for the afternoon and L y,,. s
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.q they got a pitcha --whuzhisname to squeeze any more came away with, firsts in the % -
--Stn..Stuart..Stewart; of yea spectators into the speedway high jump and! shot put and! was A IIf
--Don Stewart. complex. runner-up Blauvelt in the broad _

'- Did 'Ya Know jump. .___ '
Our country is in a strange Jim Swisher spearheaded the 4
Owner Andy Granatelli and driver mood these days. Uncertainty NARTU attack by grabbing two
Mario Andretti, two of auto surrounds us. So what can you firsts, the 880 and a new meet
racing's biggest names, both do about it? Buy U. S. Savings record of 5:08.8 in the mile. ON TARGET--G.F. Bowen of Cecil Field sets his eye down
Bonds and Freedom Shares. Jim Stevenson of VAP-62 followed the, sight of his .45 in championship form as he captured first

Swisher in the 880 and place in pistol competition in last week's 6ND matchesat
Clarence Dickersonof VP-45was Jax.
second to durable Jim in the
mile. Pat Minahan added second Earns
Shooting
place points for VAP-62 In the Straight

shot put and Jim Denman, Mar.

Bks.the, high was jump.runner-up to Bernardin Jax Pistol-Rifle TitlesJax

Lebaron Chatmanof Marine

Barracks racked up a first in -- The Jax pistol and ciality.Team captain L.L. Stew-
the 100 yard dash and teammate rifle teams made a clean sweepin art led fellow shooters.A.Wag-
Willie Harris put a lock on sec- the finals of the Sixth Naval ner, D.H. Hause and M.D. El-
ond place in the 220. The Ma- District matches hosted by JAX lefson to a score of 1,621 with
rine Barracks finished third in last week. five bullseyes.

overall team total. Firing a 1,089 with 24 bulls- Stewart, of Jax based VP5,
Jim Grover, NARTU, grabbedtop eyes was the 1st place pistol placed second in the top fivein
honors in the pole vault team led by team captain A.G. rifle with a 549 total and was
shooting 11 feet followed by Mike Kotze and team members D.H. also declared the overall cham-

v ,evy a i ..rr.A Walters of FAETU. Bob O'Dare Hause, G.L. French and M.L. pion scoring 1,045 points com-
? n from MARTD gained first spot Williams. French and Williams bining pistol and rifle scores in
in the 440 and fellow leatherneck also placed among the top five the day s matches.
Emmit Lewis, Mar. Bks., was with individual scores of 799 and Stewart, Wagner, Hause and
right behind him for second. 793 respectively. French hit the Williams were chosen to par-
O'Dare also anchored the victorious bullseye 16 times and Williams ticipate in the Atlantic Fleet
MARTD relay team of was dead center with 14 shots. Pistol and Rifle Championshipsheld
L- Gary Pinkston, Doug Ewing and The Jax rifle
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Wednesday Jax will host as they went out and grabbed
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. Sweep FourFliers



Topple AlbanyThe



Jax Fliers Softball team combined their hitting and Les Carroll followed Winkle a- k,
fielding talents to produce their finest weekend on the diamond cross home plate as McClure and +
Mike Lavis contributed singles.
as they swept a four game series from McClure fanned eight earning the
Ga.l last Friday and Saturday. The Fliers, who have displayed_ Fliers their fourth game at Al- : =

moments of great softball in the Higgins, his second of the night, bany 7-5.
past, finally put it all together and both scored on a single by Win Streak
for four straight games and gave Swaim, who finished the night 2
pitchers Von McClure, Les Car for 3 at the plate while drivingIn The Fliers have now boosted
roll and Paul Swaim support i in three runs. Albany touched their season mark to 15 8
their usual strong performances Carroll for one run in their last and are enjoying a seven game
from.the rubber.In chance but the Fliers backed up winning streak as they travelto P 0 'tp
the opening game Friday Carroll's mount effort and held Georgia this weekend tangle
,night the Jax nine could only on to win 43.: with Robins AFB at Warner 1
scratch out two hits but five free Stay Hot Robins. f

passes to first and three Al The Fliers proved they could Golf StandingsAMERICAN
enough to I
bany errors were I
play as hot as the Georgia sun
Von McClure
provide two runs.
Saturday afternoon, as tempera-
three hitter plus airtight ;
pitched a an
tures soared to the mid 90's'arxl ,.
defensive by
performance Sax collected eight hits and VP-7 1/2-11/2 -LCdr. Breeding accepts the Intra-
KEGLERS
MAD FOXES
the Fliers earned McClure his #2 71/2-21/2 '
A/C Maint.
seventh win of the season as he three runs to ruinAlbany'shopesof VAP-62 6-4 mural bowling championship trophy on behalf of VP-5 from

shutout Albany 20.Two gaining Burton led a 'split.the assault ShortstopDan with a NARTU 4-5 Capt. H.O. Cutler, NAS CO. Darian Apollo and Phil Dennison -

Extra two for three showing in the first Hosp. #1 31/2-41/2 co-captains of the Mad Foxes, display their individual
game of the doubleheader. Paul Par Scramblers 21/2.61/2 championship awards. Air Ops, Weapons and Commissioned
Les Carroll went nine innings Swaim picked. up the win striking VP-5 1-8 Officers Mess also received league championship trophiesand
In the second game as the Fliers out six and giving up only one NATIONAL high game award went to Bill Simmons of FAW-II and
in their fourth
became involved run, that of the unearned variety, ". high set to Walt Linsenmayer of Air Ops.
extra Inning affair this season. and the Fliers had another 31. Caduceus 5-3
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first after Ken Winkle reached Clean Sweep A/C Main. #- 5-5
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operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They appreciate
APPROVED FOR G.I. BILL fact that here they are treated as valued customers, not statis-

tics on a sales chart.
Call 356-7607 At Roberts Chevrolet, we have just closed the books on one .,
in the history of the agency.
successful years
of our most
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We credit that record to the way in which we have endeavored to
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES NOW FORMING/ improve our service to you in every department;to the capable,
conscientious personnel with which we are staffed; to the fact
Cokes, -----------------------, that we have been privileged to offer you the finest cars for

City Maps, Key Chains I FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGE K) I II the money ever. We would be happy to have you come in fora

.... and SMILES! I 106 RIVERSIDE AVE.JACKSONVILLE I leisurely look at the 1969 model Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles.
I FLA. I You'll find more than 100 New Cars and Trucks to Chose Froml i

ROBERT TRAVISAGENCY I Dear Sir: I II I
Please send me FREE information on F.T.C. II I Visit Roberts Chevrolet-Oldsmobile in Green Cove Springs,
I SEE cars are sold in Green Cove
Name Age and you'll why so many
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I Address_ City I II Springs. Our slogan -- "Putting You First Keeps Us Firstis "--
1165 S. EDGEWOOC I Phone the attitude of the entire staff and management at Robertson
38934832w.: OF ROOSEVELT I State I II I Highway 17 at Orange Avenue in Green Cove Springs.
Education
6483 ROOSEVELT I I Phone (Jax) 264-9600 or 264-9580.
388-3583 AT NAS ------------------------ (Adv.)

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