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VOL. 27 NO. 12 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 12, 1'969I





May/ Examination Results Return to Station 'I



The results of the special officers service in pay grade was tions become effective June 16
Navy wide advancement in rat- waived in order that more could are: ATN3 J. Beam ATR3 J.
ing examination have been an participate in the May6examination. Cobb AZ3 C. England AK3 J.
nounced and 199 NAS personnelhave Listed below are the results Komp, PN3 C. Mallory BM3 B.
been promoted to E 4.Dueto for the air station: Miller AMS3 R. Powell AMH3L.
NNEd an increased need for petty NAS personnel whose promo- Smith and AMH3 R. Tisdale.

Those to advance July 16 are:

Preference Cards Send ATN3 Brombaugh ADR3 M.
Coates AZ3 Cunningham AC3H.
tR MCA R Jobe AE3 B. Lutz and A03
J. Preslar.

Job August 16 advancements are:
CPO to Right
Right A03 E. Adams DTG3 J.Garrett,

ADJ3 W. Lewis, ADJ3 D. McMahon -
Jax -- A new duty history and pendents and a chronological and AC3 B. Tomas.

preference card is now avai- history of the last seven duty NAS will see these five new
able at the station's Personnel assignments. Detailers will go petty officers September 16:A03
Office for men and women in over the information before writ Bresback J03 F. Kunz, A03
the top three enlisted pay grades. ing orders trying to put indivi- M. Miles A03 J. Owen and
Numbered NavPers 1306/34 duals In the job they desire if DK3 Thompson.July .
the cards will be used by Bu- at all possible.
reau of Naval Personnel detail- Chief Clark told his audience 16 advancements from the

FOR HEROISM-Mr. and Mrs. William R. Alford of Jacksonville ers when cutting orders, on all during the briefing that the de= Naval Hospotal are as follows:
Medal and Citation master chiefs, senior chiefs and tailers always take a look at HM3 W. Durkin HM3 D. Miller -
look over the Navy-Marine Corps "
HM3 G. and HM3 .
Nabb J
chiefs. the cards before writing ocders.,
presented to their son, William, posthumously. On the right Isa Perkins.
Personnel bureau officials say A detailer himself he said that
portrait of the 20-year old Radarman Second Class who died Those moving August 16
the cards will enable them to not once during his tenure in up
when he threw himself on a live hand grenade in Oki nawa. send "the right man to the right the Bureau has a man gone to the are: HM3 G. Brown HM3 Caldwell -
the time." To for HM3 T. Carter HM3 E.
job at right pass Coast he didn't select duty.
FROM NAVY FAMILY
the word to the men and women He reminded those present at Evans HM3 Griffith HM3 R.
who'll be filling out the cards the briefing to check where billets Hinton HM3 G. Huff HM3 Marshall -
JAX Sailor Posthumously a two-man team from the Bureau for their rating are located HM3 H. Mulllns, HM3 J. .
stopped in Jacksonville last before filling out the preferencecard. Paepke HM3 Sandoval HM3 G.
week to explain to local chiefs Smith, HM3 D. Steinke and HM3D.
how the cards will work.Lt. While senior and master chiefs Tarbet,
Awarded Navy-MC MedalJax L.A. Gallagher and BMCM have been under the Bureau card September 16 advancementsare
Clark gave a briefing In system for some time the July : HM3 Anderson HM3 J. l
the station theater June 5, tell- J target date is to include all Carlile, HM3 W. Crooks, HM3D.
-- A 20 -. old ,Jacksonville man who threw himself
year
Gorrell HM3 J. Harvey HM3J
ing local CPO's how the Bureau chiefs within the centralized sys
on a live hand grenade so that his comrades might live has receivedthe all Omalley HM3 E. Philipp.MH3
Navy Marine Corps' Medal posthumously for heroism. Mr.. and plans to begin chiefs making assignments tem.A D. Randall, GM3 J. Watkins.
Mrs. William R. Alford of 5813 105th Street received the medal for to going to con- forthcoming change in the Those promoted from Com-
tinental U.S. shore jobs by July 1.
their Radarman Second Enlisted Transfer Manual will
son, Chiefs will indicate on the new Fairjax are: PH3 Krska June
Class William D. Alford, duringa A sister Mary Ann will cards what type of duty and the explain in detail how the cen- 16; J03 Kallestad, July 16; and
ceremony Friday atthe air sta- tralized system will work. PH3 K. Guthrie September 16.
graduate from Forrest next year.A homeport or duty station loca-
tion.Young former Navyman the senior tion preferred for their next duty If a card stating duty pref- New E 4's from VP 5 are:
Alford died last October
ATN3 C. Holmes and AWN3 D.
Alford retired in 1962 after serving station. erence is not submitted as -
19 six after his twentieth
days with a squadron at Cecil Field. The back of the form will include signments will be made on the (See AdvancementsPage
birthday, while leading training
Mrs. Alford served In the Wavesas a summary of military basis of service needs accord- 2))
Okinawa.
at Camp Hardy,
patrol a second class petty officer schooling, information about de- ing to the Bureau.
The pettyofficer's patrolwas
young World War II.
during ___ .
simulating an attack on an -
objective when one of six live grenades Drive Extended Multi-Country'OperationSparkplug7
which were to be thrown
simultaneously was accidentally This year's Navy relief
dropped by one of the grenadiers.The drive will be extended I
Citation accompanying the through June 18 I in orderto Marks NATO's 20th Anniversary

medal said, "Without hesitation compensate for delays
Petty Officer Alford pushed the encountered in
obtainingand
man adjacent to himself down a ; This "..ar marks the20thanni- joint efforts which have marked ron in the United Kingdom dur-
slope and with total disregardfor distributing campaign ver'.,ry of the North Atlantic NATO since its inception con- ing the early days of the second
his own safety hurled hIm- materials. treaty Organization(NATO). The tinued in a current exercise world war; their role then as

self upon the grounded missile 'Uu'u'.UuU'U'u"___ .. _.____ _.. nicknamed Sparkplug. now, was: protection against attack -
absorbing practically the entire During the first two weeks of from the sea. Disbanded;
concussion from the ensuing explosion this month this exercise In anti- at the end of that war, the
with his own body." submarine warfare and convoy squadron was reformed in 1961at
A 1966 graduate of Forrest protection is being conducted in Summerside Prince Edward
High School, Alford enlisted In the Atlantic off the southern Uni- Island and equipped with the Ar-
the Navy two months after grad- ted States. Participating in exercise gus aircraft. The Argus named
uation and went through recruit Sparkplug are air, sur after the .100 eyed giant of
training at Great Lakes 111. He face and sub surface units from Greek mythology is a Canadian
later attended radar school the armed forces of the United designed and built anti sub
before reporting to the Navy Survival States Canada the United Kingdom marine warfare aircraft. It car-
School at Coronado Calif. the Netherlands Portugaland ries a crew of 15 for its regular
Following survival training he Germany.One patrols of 18 to 20 hours over
was assigned to Beach Jumper of the Canadian units of the North Atlantic. The fuel load
Unit 1 and served in Vietnam particular interest to residentsof carried is enough to enable the
from January through Juneof Jacksonville is VP 415 who Argue to fly nonstop from Jack-
1968. are aboard Naval Air Station sonville to Rome.
Following leave inJacksonvillewith for the exercise. The Swordfish squadron has

his parents he went to the Orr, .. ; The Canadian anti submarine participated regularly in NATO
Army's Jungle Warfare Survival ;? warfare squadron is under operational exercises since its recommis -
School at Ft. Gulick Panama control of Capt.D.W.Her- ioning in 1961. The aircraft of

Canal Zone before reportingbackto long commander Fleet Air Wing VP 415 are a familiar sight on
ro .y
duty in Okinawa with his unit. tfy r 11 for the exercise and their officers Navy airfields of the eastern
The Alfords have another son, and men are being hosted United States and Coastal Com-
18 year old James who is by the Black Falcons of Patrol mand stations of the United King-
in the Navy and currently attending Squadron SEVEN during their dom.
the Aviation Electri stay aboard NAS. The VP 415 In addition to VP 415 other
cian's Mate School at the Naval detachment which consists of Canadian Forces units involved
Air Technical Training Center five aircraft and 200 officers and include two submarines one sup-
aboard the air station. James men is under the command of ply ship and six destroyers.
graduated from Forrest High ARGUS--One of five Canadian antisubmarine warfare air- Lt. Col. Ruff Johnson.The These latter are unique in that
School last and had been at Canadian built versions of the
year
craft is given a pre-flight inspection on the VP-7 line duringa "Swordfish" squadron submarineSee
recruit training three days when USN's Skorsky anti -
his brother died performing his visit of Canadian 'ASW Squadron 415. The visit was part of was formed as a Royal CanadianAir
medal winning act. Operation Sparkplug. Force torpedo bomber squad ( Argus Page 2)I )


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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.


Flag Day June 14June Edwards Chapel t

DAILY SUNDAY MASS11:30 MASS9 & 11 a.m.a.m.

Confessions will be held on
14 is Flag Day. Much has been written about the history of Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
the American flag and most of us are already familiar with its instead of Saturday. '
evolution.
John Paul Jones, the father of the American Navy, was a key U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
figure in the history of our flag. It was Jones who hoisted the first Luke's Chapel
American flag over an American man of war. The ship was the Alfred -
and the date was Dec.3,1775. The flag was similar to our stars SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m. .
and stripes with some interesting differences.It had 13 red and white PROTESTANT WORSHIP
stripes, but instead of the familiar white stars on blue, there were > \+ SERVICES'10:00 a.m.
the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew. The colonies had not yet A ; ( < ;: PROTESTANT
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their and the last '" Ji. .. ,,,,,,,, __.....il --
declared independence crosses were possibly a
reminder of the mother country. NAESU LIAISON CHANGE--LCdr. F. Fishback (I) is relieved All Saints' Chapel
Not only did John Paul Jones hoist that first flag on an American by Lt. B. Hassler
as NAESU Liaison Officer
for
he other naval flag first well. He COMFAIR- SUNDAY
ship, was a party to some as was
the first officer to fly the Stars and Stripes on the open seas aboardthe JAX. LCdr. Fishback has been Liaison Officer since July Church School9:00 a.m.

Ranger on July 4, 1777. This ship received and acknowledged 1967. Lt.: Hassler rePorted from a patrol squadron at Brusnwick Bldg. #'722
the salute of a foreign vessel for the first time on Feb. 4, 1778. Maine. Junior Church 10:00 a.m.
In addition, Jones' ship was the first vessel to fly the flag duringa Bldg. ##; 722
naval battle. (Quiberon Bay off the coast of France). His resulting Divine Worship Service 10
victory on April 26, 1778, enabled him to be.the first man to hoist Navy Relief 'Giving Guide'As a.m.Bldg.. # 750
the flag over a captured enemy vessel. Episcopal Communion 8:30-
The U. S. Navy, and its most famous hero, played an important, of Monday, 17 departments and special assistant's offices
part in showing the fledging nation's flag to other' countries, and most have contributed to Navy Relief. NAS now stands at 67 a.m.Small Chapel Bldg. ##750
important, letting these nations know we would defend it to the deathif per cent of "giving guide" with individual departmental per Junior Youth Fellowship-5 p.m.
necessary. As the years went by, the number of stars increased, centages as follows: Bldg. 722
as did the respect shown Old Glory around the world. Today the A- Admin 75 per cent TUESDAY
merican flag stands' as the symbol of freedom loving people every- Air Ops 10 Per cent Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.

where. AMD 00 Per cent Bldg. # 750 .
100( per cent WEDNESDAYNavigator's
Brig Bible Class 7 1
'God is Near'By Chaplain 95 per cent
80 per cent p.m. Bldg. ff 722
Communications 75 Per cent THURSDAY
ComptrollerData Christian Science Service -
LCdr. R.L. Roberson CHC, Processing 50 Per cent 8 p.m. Bldg. # 750
Dental l 100 Per cent
Many experiences of life we share withothersbut there are prob- Civilian Personnel '100 Per cent
lems we must face alone. It is our task to create the self we have to Legal 100 Per cent SUNDAY
with. Evening Worship -- 6
live 67 Per cent p.m.,
There are outside influences such as the weather, economic depression Management Assistant 70 cent Bldg. #750 '
and war which affect us all, but each individual determineshis Medical per TUESDAY
own reaction to them. We have two alternatives. We may rebel Navy Exchange 00 per cent Pentecostal Fellowship--7 p.m.
and batter ourselves to pieces against that which we cannot change, Public Works 90 per cent Bldg. #722
or we can accept, adjust and make the best of the situation and finda SecuritySupply 90 per cent
satisfying life even in the midst of difficult outside influences. We 40 per cent

decide which alternative we choose.An Weapons 30 per cent ------
appropriate prayer helpful in choosing our alternatives is (including Pinecastle) pBBB ,

,suggested by the German theologioan, Reinhold Niebuhr: Public Affairs 100 per cent I Traffic
"Lord grant me the serenity to accept the things that I cannot [II
change, the courage to change the things which I can, and the wisdomto ,(Contributions to ,date ,have exceeded 'last,,.year's, campaign)
know the difference." '. Total Money turned in to campaign treasurer for NAS con-
I It helps us to know that behind all circumstances of life, many of tributions amounts to $1,529.16. j [
Violations
which are beyond our power to change, there is One -- Our God -- NAS Navy Relief Chairman"O.C. Anderson asks everyone to
who watches over all events, who cares for every individual of His get out and give Navy Relief one more push -- right
creation. Even when we do not recognize Him}He knows and Lovesus. over the top!II The ,following is a report of
\ x motor vehicle accidents and traffic
To find God and to know Him and to feel that te t is with us through violations for the period May
whatever happens, is our assurance that out of' truggle shall come 27 to June 2.
certain victory. Since He is with us, whom shall we fear Of what I FATHERS DAY JUNE 15 \ ." Number of Accidents
do we need to be afraid? \\ This week .12
"-. Total accidents this year through
I '
Advancement (From Page I) \ June 2 - - 163.
1- Number of accidents through June
Malone, both June 16. Coming Buttolph and ADR3iR. Gunther McHale A03 J. Minor AE3 M. ". 1968 - - 176.
up July 16 will be A03 G. Tay- will be moving up July,1 Advancing Monson, A03 L. RobesonAO3D.Rowe I Total number of days since last
lor, and August 16 will be ATR3R. August 16 are: J03 AE3 T. Scott, AE3 R. injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Heath. September 16 will R. BarberADR3J.Conley,ATN3 4. Shertza, AE3 Shurling, AE3 R. - ---5
mark the promotion of AX3 Schlo- R. Hinman, PH3 Rodenberg, Sill, AE3 D. Smith, ,AE3 Solo- Mrru Number of ViolationsThis
mer. ATN3 mon, A03 S. Sparrow, A03 D.
J. Sanders, ATN3 Swier- week - - 121
The two new petty officers from blew and ATN3 V. Touchet. Speese, AE3 J. Stretch, AE3 Speeding - - -20
NARF will be ATN3 R. Good, Fleet Air Wing Eleven will Tillman, AE3 J. Toone, A03 C. Reckless driving -' - -5
June 16 and PH3 G.Giesing,Sep Trenkle AE3 B. Turner, AE3I.
--.--- see two promotions in September Going through stop sign -2
tember 16. Webb, and AE3 B. Weber.
-94
: CYN3 L. Mayne and CYN3 Other violations - -
SquadronsFrom Zimmerman.VP Coming up in August are: AE3 Thirty three drivers appeared -
VP 45 there are six Billings, AE3 J. Bradley, AE3C. before the Traffic Hearing
promotions: CS3 G. Bouma, 16 will have three new Clifton, AE3 M. Cobb, A03 Board on June 5. Disposition of
June 16; ADJ3 D. Lycett and petty officers as of June 16: A. Coscia, A03 G. Danyo, AE3G. the cases included the following:
YN3 L. Youngs, July 16; and ATR3 Pernicone, RM3 J. Tol! lard Denecke, AO3 Dusablon, AE3N. Four lost driving and parking
Flagg, AE3 E. Habben, AE3 I DON'T CARE WA 1 flit REClUl1RPttDM'6E
on August 16, YN3 M. Che AWN3 W. Vincent. Moving up Mtut msu MILK, tvttt cY privileges aboard station for
man, YN3 R. Cockman, and ADJ3R. in July are: PR3 T. Doty, S. Higgins, AE3 Jorgenson, AE3E. I SEAMAN'" LAttoSE-SSE CAUT com ABOARD! various periods; 13 were assigned -
Metcalf.VP PN3 W. Lucek and HM3 R. Stid- Kerr, AE3 S. Knight, AE3 I to complete an eight hc">rcourse
7 will see four promo- ham. Lemasters AE3 R. Rettig, AE3R. }in remedial driving: ,
tions June 16: ATN3 R. Ber- Robinson, AE3 D. Steen, AE3 I
NATTC
gren, ANH3 H. Buchner, ADJ3A. Trombley, AE3 J. Tyson, PN3 1
Hargis, and AWA3 W. Wright. June advancements for NATTC Vanatta, AE3 J. Watson, AE3S.
PN3 J. Oaks will be coming up are as follows: AE3 P. Abney, White, AE3 Willhoite, AE3E. JA.X AIR NE! S
July 16, and AZ3 T. Aspy, AE3 Groetsch, AE3 Hewitson, Wilsey, and AO3 E. Wi,e.
August 16. PN3 Hodges, AE3 Hunterman, The training center will have
VAP 62 had a total of 17 AMH3 T. Kidd, AE3 R. Landry, these three promotions comingup The
promotions: Moving up June 16 AE3 G. Lites, AE3 Lookretis, September: AO3 R. Delaney, JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper,
are CS3 R. Lawson and AMH3 AE3 T. Lowe. DTG3 K. McRae, A03 T.' Viets. and BU2 Williams. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

R. Trimble: ATN3 M. Dins AE3 M. Napier, AE3 R. Ogden, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
more, AE3 D. Pruett and AE3 D. Sharp, AE3 T. Smith, private firm. AM Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR .
AQB3 J. Williams, July 16; PT3D. AE3 Verstraet, and AE3 S. Argus (From Page I) NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box
Austin AQB3 S. Baber, PN3 Young. 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
W. Branham, PN3 W. Casey' July promotions will include: lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele-
AQB3 L. Despain, PH3 R. AE3 K. Allen, PH3 Brocksmit, warfare helicopters are operated ohone 772. 3118 or 3119.
Price, AQB3 J. Wheeler and PR3L. AE3 D. Bailey, A03 Campbell, right from the deck of the des-
Yarbray, August 16.; ATN3 A03 Canterbury, AO3 Carlson, troyers. Advertisements
t V. Clevinger, ATN3 R. Kemper, AE3 J. Cole A03 K. Collins, Sparkplug is another in the con- are solicited by the publisher and queries
it PH3 E. Kerwin, and PH3 E. AE3 Donnelly, A03 Gochenour, tinuing series of cooperative concerning such should be directed to:
PH3 E. Kerwin, and PN3 R. Nelson AE3 Goestenko, AE3 Hassler, exercises held by the North Atlantic The Holt Publishing Company 4747 San Juan Ave.
September 16. AE3 Hempstead, A03 D. Holub, Treaty Organization. The Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 1755
VW 4 personnel joining the AO3 R. Jackson, AE3 T. Jack- Naval Air Station Jacksonville is
petty officer ranks this months son, A03 D. Jette AEC J. proud to welcome aboard the officers VOL. 27 NO. 12 JUNE 12, 1969
are: ATR3 M. Dobrich, CS3G. Johnson, AE3 Johnston, AO3 R.. and men of Canadian Forces
Lloyd, and AMH3 Natho. PR3 Lance. AE3 T. Lincoln. AE3 R. Swordfish Squadron, VP r 415.! .



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sw,n. r tenant Commander Anthony A.
I' 1 rt t Less, of VA 105, presently
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embarked in the USS KITTY

HAWK arrested landing, while
( _' pushing his career total to 425
a h t F 4u c arrested landings. ,LCdr. Less
flies the Navy's newA7ACorsairII.
He has logged more than 750
hours In the A7A, and has accu-
mulated over 3,200 flight hours
since being designated a naval
'. aviator in June of 1961. LCdr.
Less' wife,Leanne and their four I

,'1"'" -: daughters: Robyn,Teresa,Pam-
"' ; <>t .' :',. ela and Christine live at 7965
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Renault Drive South here.
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made recently by VA 44
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fr"" V WN thony A. Less is VA-105's most recent KITTY HAWK Cen aboard the USS LEXINGTON.Cdr. .

; turion; Ltjg Joseph Wolfersberger VA-37's legal with 3arJ James H. Wynn,III,Commanding -
1 :: i' 3'aV. 'his own plane' and Cdr James H. Wynn III of VA-44, with a Officer of VA-44,completed -
',," 'iil" TA-4F, Stories this page. eight arrested landings.

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I SMyWA maintenance crew, knowing that
Black Lancers Return Home he was one of the few non fly- HONDAMeters
ing officers aboard, decided to
NAS CECIL The Black southern coast of Puerto Rico. make him feel more like one of
Lancers of VA 64 are home fora Guantanamo (Gitmo) Bay,Cuba the "select group" by pre & Cycles CI.I .
one month deployment aboardthe was a frequent port of call for senting him with 306, thus mak-
USS INDEPENDENCE.The the Lancers during C CECIl ing him the squadron's first I 4949 Blanding 111.8244Bob's I
squadron was a participantin and one weekend was spent in "Honorary Pilot."
"Exercise Exotic Dancer", a Montego Bay, Jamaica. Wolfersberger is the legal of-
joint service exercise on the

I Wavy Relief Tells Results :


NAS CECIL .- During 1968, Day. Also, 133 gratuities (gifts) IW CAPSULE E> > Oak Hill
; the NAS Cecil Branch of Navy totaling $8,454.49 and 61 layettesat
I, Relief made 194 loans totalling ( a value of $35 each) to "New ., Pure Service CenterOpen
$1.4142.11, according to an announcement Dependents." Counciling aid was
in the Plan of the made available to 206 service
families, the announcement said.I for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.


y Bennett Stretches Streak road service. pick up & delivery

WASHINGTON, D. C. ,". U.S. gressman Paul Brown of Georgia, JG Gets 'Own Plane mechanic OH duty American & Foreign Cars
USS KITTYHAWK It isn'toften
Rep. Charles E. Bennett of who cast consecutive votes for 16
Florida this month begins his years, seven months and27days. that a non flying lieutenant -
19th consecutive year of havingnot Bennett, a senior member of junior grade can boast of having 103rd & Jammes Road
missed a record vote in theU. the powerful House Armed Ser- a plane of his own;but Lt(jg) 771 9156 Jacksonville Florida
S. House of Representatives. vices Committee, is chairman of Joseph Wolfersberger of theVA37 -
Bennett has the all time record ,the. Seapower Committee in the Bulls can and does. ,
in. the 180 year history Congress. He Was awarded the The members of 306' Plane's ,.. .If .
or me u. S. Congress lor cast- silver: and Bronze stars in world
ing record votes. War II. Last month he receivedthe ". ,
He has cast 2,242 yea and nay Distinguished Service Award
votes since the mark began on from the President's Committee,
June 5, 1951. The previous on Employment of the Handicapped. Men in uniform. ,
record was held by former Con- N., ;.


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I i Openings AnnouncedMerit I Regulations Issued to Agencies on



promotion opportunities pital, Navy Commissary Stores,
currently open for receipt of Navy Recruiting Station, Disease Discrimination Complaints ProceduresFollowing
applications are listed below. Vector Control Center
The area of consideration and and Regional Storage Management .
the closing date of each are Office, Jacksonville. Applications extensive consultation with federal agencies and interested organizations, the U. S. Civil
shown. for these positions will Service Commission has issued regulations to place into force by July 1 a new plan for resolving federal
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-Grade be accepted at any time. A sep- employee discrimination complaints. The regulations require extensive training of a number of federal
levels GS-4 and below; MPtJ arate application must be filed employees as counselors and appeals examiners. Also, agencies will need time to make organizational
No 79-67 Plan C All semi- for each position in which in- !
cnanges to carry out me new
skilled positions pay level sev- terested. plan. Therefore, July 1 was set If informal resolution is not essary tq supplement the
en and below and MPB. No. MPB No. 59069 Digital Com- as the effective date for agenciesto possible, the employee may filea information in the investigative
83-67 Plan B all skilled positions puter Systems Operator GS-5 bring their plans into con formal complaint. When a formal file.
pay level seven and a- and 7. Area of consideration: formity with the new policy. complaint is filed, the coun- After the hearing, the appeals
bove. Area of consideration: Nationwide. Applications for this Complaints now in process and selor makes a report to the EEOO examiner will transmit the entire
NAS, NARF, NARTU,COMF Am- position will be accepted throughthe and sends a copy to the aggrieved complaint filed including the verbatim -
JAX,. FAETULANT, Naval Hos- close of business Monday. those which arise between now employee. At this point the recorded of the hearing
and July 1 will be handled under
MPB 66-69 Supervisory Finan- counselor drops out of the pic- together with his findings and
JAX'S GREATEST cial Systems Analyst GS-12.Area existing procedures. analysis and his recommended
of
of consideration:Sixth Naval Dis Announcing publication the ture.The agency director of Equal decision, to the head of the agencyor
Commission Chair-
FURNITURE trict. Applications for this position regulations Employment Opportunity will be his designee. He will informthe
Robert E. said,
man Hampton
VALUES! will be accepted throughthe "Fair and informed when a formal com- complainant of the date on
close of business Monday. handling, prompt of discrimination impartial plaint is filed with the installa- which this is done. The head of
WHOLESALE MPB No. 68-69 Physical Sci- com- tion EEOO. He will order an the agency or his designee will
of effective -
is vital
ence Technician GS-8. Area of plaints a aspect an investigation which must be con- make a final decision in the
PRICE TO EVERYONE consideration: Nationwide. Applications program for equal" em- ducted by personnel of his agency case, which must be in writing,
for this position will ployment opportunity. who are in anechelonor installation and which may adopt, reject or
OPEN be accepted through the close of Four ObjectivesThe which is not subordinate to modify the decision recommended -
business June 30. for the head of the installation in by the appeals examiner.
EVERYDAY
new procedures
MPB No. 71-69 Supervisory cessing of discrim-pro- which the complaint arose. When the decision is to rejector
complaints
Accounts Maintenance Clerk GS- Statements of witnesses obtained modify, the reasons must be
ination of color
,
on grounds race
9-9 5. Area of consideration: NAS, during the investigationwill set forth. When the agency informs -
religion, sex or national origin
SUNDAY'TIL NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, have four basic objectives. be under oath or affirmationand the complainant of its decision -
6p.m. FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, To maximum without a pledge of con- it must transmit to him at
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy provide for informal resolu-opportunity fidence, so they may be made the same time the recommended

Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- tion of problems which might available to the complaint.On decision of the appeals examiner. :
SURPLUS GOODS tor Control Center and Regional result in complaints. completion of the investigation !- .
Storage Management Office, To independent the entire investigative file If the complainant is not sat-
provide an
DISCOUNT STORE Jacksonville. Applications for investigation of the facts when a must be made available to the isfied with the final agency decision -
this position will be accepted formal complaint Is lodged. employee or his representatiye he may appeal to the com
10135 8- through the close of business To guarantee a fair and impartial for review. Once the complainthas mission's board of appeals. and
Tune 18.VOLKSWAGEN reviewed the investigative review.
hearing by a trained appeals -
examiner when a hearing is file, the agency must provide Employees will be entitled to
required. another opportunity for informal representation at each stage of

To speed up the entire complaint adjustment of the complaint.If the proceedings.Terrell's.
no adjustment is reached, the
Salient process.features of the new complainant will b$ notified in
tem are as follows: Anemployee sys- writing of the proposed disposition :":
; who feels that he or she has been of the case and will be*advised |- ; 'i

:subjected to discrimination will, of, his, right to a hearingbefore { I II
as a first step, discuss the problem an Independent appeals
F
SALE informally with a trained examiner from another agency
Equal Employment Opportunity who has been trained and certi- I II
Counselor. The counselor will fied by the civil' service com ,-

be free from any restraint, interference mission. The entire investigative Tavern
or coercion in the per- file must be given to the appeals
formance of his duties. He must examiner and he may require a
keep a record of his counseling further investigation if he Is not ; \
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activities and brief the installa- satisfied with the extent or ;;, ;. POOL TABLES"iSANDWCHES
tion's Equal Employment Oppor- quality of the investigation.. :: '": / ::.

. tunity Officer (EEOO) periodi- The appeals examiner may request ': ':.:PIZZA/ :=:=;

cally on his activities.In the agency to make available .,BOWLING/ ;
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OWNERS trying to resolve an em as witnesses an employeeor BEER ....:
ployee's complaint informally, employees requested by'the I
SPECIAL the counselor will discuss the complainant when he determinesthat i

employee's problems with super- their presence is necessary.He f TERRELL CANNON
visors or associates as neces- may also request the appearance *: Owner 0:':'
sary in seeking a solution. When of other employees 4527 120th ST.-YUKON 4;

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I New Federal! Merit Promotion Policy Effective July 1 MffLAKSD/SSf ':j


(This is the last ot a series is providing attractive career parties concerned, and to the interests necessary In development- of ,
l of articles on the revised Fed- opportunities for employees. of the government itself. their own employees and make 1
'+ eral Merit Promotion Policy) Agency promotion programs One of the new features of the objective appraisals of them,and \
The revised Federal Merit require constant adjustment and revised policy Is to provide an give fair consideration to all
Promotion Policy requires that appraisal, however and who em-
neces employee did not receive ployees who are among the best
agencies maintain complete pro- sary changes cannot await proper consideration because of a qualified for promotion to va J
motion records. These records the commission's periodic in- promotion violation a chance to cancies In their offices. 1
serve as evidence that promo spections. Therefore, agenciesare make up for his lost opportunity. rREG
tions are being made on a sound responsible for reviewing Thus, he must be given priority For their part, employees
fair basis and provide answersto their own promotion programsat consideration for the positionthat should keep informed of the pro-
questions that managers or least once a year to assure was erroneously filled if that visions of the promotion program w rr
employees may raise about the that they continue to be respon- position Is vacated as part of the and of promotion opportunities, ;1
promotion program In generalor sible to management and employee corrective action. If it is not, be willing to acquire the skills PEP-O
about some specific promo- needs and that they are fully the employee must be given and training needed for advance-
tion action. A temporary record understood by employees, priority consideration for the ment and keep the personnel office .
of each promotion must be supervisors managers. next appropriate vacancy, and he informed of qualifications
kept for two years. Corrective Action may be selected on this basisas acquired by them, such as addi- 28.9C
The commission periodically an exception to competitive tional education, that are not already .
inspects agency promotion programs When a promotion violation is promotion procedures. a matter of record. Fin-
4 for effectiveness and for found, It must be corrected ally, employees must understand
compliance with merit promo- promptly. The revised promotion Cooperation NecessaryIn that the Intent of the Federal PLUS GUARANTEED
tion principles legal and regu- policy provides increased gui Merit Promotion Policy to pro- UNDER HOOD CHECK
latory requirements and the pro- dance on the type of corrective conclusion, It is Importantto vide each employee an opportunity & ALL WINDOWS WASHED.FREEH .
visions of the agency's own pro- action that should be taken. It keep in mind that an agency for fair and appropriate con-
motion guidelines and plans. In points out that this action may promotion program will be a success sideration and not to guaranteea
addition to its procedural review involve the employee who was erroneously only through the cooperative right to promotion.
the commission also looks at how promoted the em efforts of everyone concerned.The I PLUS-
i well the agency's program is ployee or employees who were not head of the agency and other Tune. Up Service
meeting the objectives of the promoted or considered becauseof management officials must make
merit promotion policy. Thus.it the violation. and the agency known their interest in the pro- GIANT SWAP MEET '. Tire Service
considers such matters as how officials who were responsiblefor 'gram and give It their full sup-
well the program is providing the violation. Action also may port. The personnel office JAX LARGEST FLEA ly Trailed Speddist:
highly qualified employees involve correction of program must provide general sup- MECHANIC ON DUTY
for promotion consideration arxl deficiencies.The ervision and coordination, give MARKETAll 7 DAYS A WEEK
revised policy emphasizes prompt and effective service to Spaces Under Shelter WEEKDAYS TIL MIDNIGHT
that the nature and extent of the operating officials and keep em- 20th and Edgewood
corrective action in a particularcase ployees informed about program RAY FORD.Mgr

\1 OFCOQRSE must be determined on the operations. Every Sat., 9 am 6:00: pm 1 Mile No. NAS /AX Main GateRay's
basis of all the facts in the case Supervisors
play key role In Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm Roosevall
and that due regard must be the promotion program,too.They PHONE
given to the circumstances surrounding must observe the procedures developed 768-7058 or 768-4793
a the violation, to the for the operation of the 3549119J3XEECCDQCED233XXXS SERVICE CENTERFAMILY
equitable and legal rights of the' program, participate when

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Household Hints, An Aid -i


To The Modern HousewifeFish

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Cooking Guide Topless Carrots A Go Go
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Fish may be cooked by any of Topless carrots mean a better _
the basic methods with excel product at less cost. This car-
lent results. Fish should not be rott is better because the car- _
over cooked. Cook until it flakes rot tops draw moisture from the
easily when tested with a fork. carrot, which causes shriveling.The i i !
This will leave the fish moist prepackaged topless product :
and tender and bring out its delicate ships better and stays fresh 4 n ,
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flavor. longer. Cost is less because
Eggplant-Purple and Heavy shipping is cheaper. I 4' 1 !

Sirloin Tip-Not Much Waste
Eggplants should be hard and
firm with a smooth shiny skin.It The sirloin tip roast is just
should feel heavy for its size. the thing for cold weather menus t
Avoid spotted,shrieveled or flab- It's'boneless roast with very lit-
by looking eggplant. An over- tle waste. Although not as tenderas ; 'k r3',
nt
sized eggplant is usually seedy a sirloin steak, it has a good 9L .TLz'
and poorly formed inside. Sinceit flavor and is tender enough to -
be roasted in the U.S. Prine,
does not keep well, egg plant oven ,, 1
Choice and Good Grades.
should be used soon after pur-
chase. Lower grades should be pot
roasted. Allow at least a third ofa HOSPITAL OFFICERS WIVES.-Newly elected officers of the Hospital Officer's Wives Clubare
Cucumbers-Green and Firm pound per person. This cut is (I to r) Treasurer Bonnie Heaton, Corresponding Secretary Nancy Trucksess, Recording
Select firm, glossy cucumbersof sometimes call the loin tip the Secretary Charlotte Smith, Vice President Doris Seaton and President Jean Knapp. New of-
a good green color and long round tip and the knuckle. ficers took up their new positions last month.
slender shape. White or yellow Rib Steak-Tender and Tasty
skin and a puffy appearance indicate -
over maturity. Cucumbers Tender is the word for a high Society of Prevention of Blindness
are often served raw as a quality rib steak. Cut from
relish or vegetable. They maybe the beef rib,this steak has a well-

without sliced or the cut rind.in.wedges, with or developed from broiling flavor and Is perfect Honors Jax #86 During MeetingBy I


Mrs. W. AndersonJax The certificate was presentedby volunteer hours screening child-
Mrs. MarkBartleson, Jr.ex- ren for the lazy eye disease.
ABSOLUTEAUCTION # 86 was awarded a certi- ecutive secretary of the society The committee consisted of:
> ficate of appreciation on behalfof to Mrs. Haran Shirley amblopia Mrs. John Keiper, Mrs. Robert
the board of directors,Societyof project chairman. Mrs. Bartleson Houghton Mrs. Neil Watson,
Prevention of Blindness Duval told the club members that Mrs. Thomas Hamby Mrs.Wil-
Chapter at the clubs. monthly Mrs. Shirley's nine member liam Brown Mrs. Bill Howard
business meeting.June 4. group had worked a total of 203.5 Mrs. Joseph Moldoon and Mrs.
I Leslie Scolman.The .
MOST ANYTHING IN HOME FURNISHINGS, club was happy to welcometwo
ODDS 'N ENDS AND CARPETING new sisters members with the

SUNDAY, JUNE 15 ::::*:::2 PM clubs mony.candle The club light welcomes initiation cere-Mrs.

Charles O'Rourke and Mrs. Jack
i 307 Kingsley Ave., at Hwy 17, ORANGE PARK .

SOUTHEASTERN LIQUIDATION CO. LaForge.Several guests were onhand for
the include
i evening meeting.They
Mrs. Gary Hartmann Mrs. .
Dewey Mixon Mrs. Harold Min-
nick, ,and Mrs. Richard Fitz-
gerald.
a ilrw iyq Jax # 86 had to say, goodbyeto
one of its members. Record-
BASEBALL ing Secretary Mrs.Thomas Ham-
by is for
leaving Pennsyl- .
FUN-da-MENTALS j/ vania this month. Mrs. Ham-
p 7 by was presented a NWCA pill
GAME W- ytL box and south east regional guard.
L : j'I Mrs. Robert Houghton was
elected to >fill the position of
I recording secretary.A .
surprise gift was -
APPRECIA TION--Mrs. Mark Bartleson, Jr., (R), execu- to the club in honor preseted of its 22
Introducing a NEW EDUCATIONAL Rainy Weather tive secretary of the Duval Chapter of the Society of Preven anniversary by Mrs. Thomas
BASEBALL GAME for ages eight to eighty. tion of Blindness
presents a certificate of appreciation on Bennett, past president. Mrs.
Combines FUN and MENTAL agility. behalf of that organization to Mrs. Haran Shirley, chairman of Bennett presented the club witha
Teaches Little Leaguers, Tad Poles and Midgets the NWCA's recent amblyophia project. gavel sounding block with an
"HOW TO THINK" BASEBALLFUN engraved plate.*,
and MENTAL exercise for Jr's., Sr's., and ....... Jax # 86 is and will be sell-
Pony Leaguers, .......... ing Florida State Auto Tags Until -
STIMULATING and EXCITING for FANS and Ex- ........ E : July 17 in Bldg. 3 (main side
Baseball Players. ........ EXCLUS IV : gym weekdays.) from 9 a.m. until '2 p.m.,

MAIL ORDER ONLY-o y $3.25 "YOUR 111000 : CUPPEReCROSByeSEACRAFT

Uses BASEBALL TERMS--Shows FIELD POSITIONS-- .. P p R QATO ROCKET
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A Sure Way to Build SavingsDoes :to --"""" Notify VA When

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money have a way of slipping away from you? You keep ; ; Address ChangesBecause
meaning to start a savings account but somehow every bit of your .. f- :
pay check is gone before you know it? Well, there's a simple easy ....... > .. :,JI" }
way to hold on to,"slippery money" -- Savings Bond's and Freedom i. <; c. ., .. .,[ j1 I '.
Shares. i'i .','. 7,500 veterans failed
Let the Payroll Savings Plan for United States Savings Bonds show (., to notify the Veterans Adminis-
you how easy it is to save.. Now all you have to'do to start buildinga '1/,1" tration and post office of a change '_
nest egg is to sign your name. f : ft in their address,theY now holds
How does it work? Easy--youdecide how much you'd like to save 'more than $650,000 inundeliverable -
every payday and then complete a Payroll Savings authorizationcard. :' checks. "
From there on It's automatic -- the saving Is done for you. In many cases the delay In the
And, because you never see the money you never miss those dollars 1. ', 1}*> m; monthly check creates hardship .
that keep turning up in the form of Savings Bonds. "V4' ..['"or'% on the particular family or indi
'" \ Almost before you know it. you'll have a sizeable backlog of sav- vidual.
ings. Money that can help make your dreams of a new home, college -
for the children, or a more comfortable retirement come true. The VA emphasizes that vet-
Perhaps you haven't heard of the advantages of Series E Bonds. erans and dependents should be
Here's how they work for you: sure to notify the VA and post
You get 4.25 per cent interest at maturity just seven years -- ROCKER CLUB-SSgt. Claude Parker receives congratulations office of any change in an ad-
more if you hold your bonds longer.E for his promotion by Maj. Maurice A. Holder, MAD executive dress. The notification should Include -
Bond interest is exempt from state and local income taxes and officer, during promotion ceremonies held June 6. zip codes. The VA offi-
federal tax may be deferred until you redeem the Bond. be found listed In the
Parker is currently completing his first enlistment, which ces can
You can't lose a Savings Bond -- they're replaced if lost destroyed white pages of telephone direc-
or stolen. makes him a staff sergeant under four. tories.
And when you're on Payroll Savings you're eligible to buy the
higher paying U. S. Savings Notes -- Freedom Shares -- along r.
with your bonds.
Freedom Shares pay five per cent Interest when held to maturity, 1 MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
four and one half years, and may be redeemed after one year. "
Here's your opportunity to hold on to that "slippery money". ) : :
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With this year's Savings Bonds/Freedom Shares Drive In full swingon cn All Ranks All Ages :
base now is your chance to get on the "Bqnds Wagon." -

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I I San Juan at Niblick EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS'
Club chicken Tuesday; and rib eye Phone 384 4406
steak Wednesday.Blue .
Menu for this week
specialties
Jackets Inn .1. 2:'& 3 Bedrooms
include a beefeater buffet tonightand Garden Type Apartmentswith
a special Father's Daybuffet Messenger of the Masseswill Country Club
Sunday. Atmosphere CONTINENTAL INSURANCE
The pool will be open Saturday provide the music for tonight'sdance Kitchens equipped with G-E
and there will be dancing from contest and club:te h\uill Ranges & Refrigerators
8:30 to 12:30 p.m. Wednesdaynight be the menu specialty. Tomorrow .'Individual' Air Conditioningand UNDERWRITERS, INC.
will be family night at the night Phil Cay and the Chan- Heating by G-E
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officers' pool and Happy Hour tels will entertain along with the _Drapes furnishedWall Formerly McDougall's Insurance)
will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Hipps Girls. Messenger of the to Wall Carpeting and 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676Call
CPO ,Club Masses, will be returning Satur- Large Swimming. Pool Us Anytime
day, and the Camelots will be
Tomorrow night's entertain there Sunday, when the menu
ment will.feature Tommy C.and specialty will be fried chicken. -
on stage Saturday will be the Evelyn Mee and the Three
Tommy Brooks Quartet. Sounds will be on stage Monday.
Menu specialties will be: piz-' Music by The Blues will highlight HIGHESTDIVIDEND
za tonight, : seafood platter tomorrow Ladies Night, Tuesday, when all ..i ,;!
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; sirloin steak Saturday; drinks will be served half- ON SA VINGS ,. ." Y ;i
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Cecil Marauders Down Jax ChiefsDespite I'

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" Snoopy-Like Left Fielder ,'..

By SMC George Blackburn fame, and Bill Painter. Gene he might have trouble catchingthe H
AFTERBURNER Sports Editor Schlesier inspired the battingand tall they presented him (and
: will no doubt long be brag 1 will tell you that he has been
a" :. NAS Cecil..Last Sunday\ the ging about 4 for 4 in Sunday's known as the 'acid pen' at times, i"
NAS Cecil Chief Petty Officer game. and is not Snoopy, cartoonfame,)
Softball team challenged and defeated The NAS Cecil intra-mural with a large wicker basket in t tr
the Chiefs of NAS Jax umpires, Doc Brewster and Fred order to Improve his fielding r rTro
10 to 3. The well publicizedgame Young, showed that they could abilities.
Included in its prelimin- still field \ground: balls, but there Next Sunday, the Jax Chiefs
aries nothing less than a dozen was some question about the ability will play host: to the Cecil Marauders !
promises by both teams, of howit of the left fielder, whose when the two teams clash +Ai ,'
would end. Even now, as plansare name i is withheld by request. again at 3 p.m. at North Field )
formulating for next Sun- Since certain of his team thought NAS,Jax. ,
day's match,when Cecilites trav-
el to NAS Jax for the second in
the series, some members of the J

losing predict team the outcome.have alreadybegun to Jax MARINESBy HELL, NO. I WON'T GO...Paratrooper from the 101st Airborne >i i'j

The Cecil 'old men' were .led pauses in Viet Nam for some second thoughts about that big
to battle by the 'fire ball' pitch- safe beautiful world all men in combat dream of.
Edwards
ing of Jim Lee, of intra-mura LCpl. P.D.
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NAVY Things got off to a running start to capture Second Expert ina recent -
this week at the Marine Aviation Jax Police Pistol Match.
Detachment with a permanent .'
&illJlY@INSURANCE personnel party at the NAS Skeet SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL

Range. MARSHALL ACRES
The special services spon- 9359 103rd Street
sored shindig was highlighted bya Jacksonville's newest & The
wide array of food.Softball. most modern mobile home '
community is now open for
your 'inspection. Large 44 x
The Devildogs -- rolled themselves 75' lots. ImpossibleMachine.
i :; into second place In the ONLY $35 PER MO.
1EYIzI NATTC Bowling League last week
Swimming pool, tennis court,
only behind the
one game pace .
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pit, picnic built for your en
Marine bowlers are being .
joyment.f Act Today'' Call: ,
led by John McCorkle who still
EL VEKANO MOTOR COURT
4 I / holds the 'high Individual game
Mr. F. S. Martin Manager
I score with a 217.
359 2924For ......
SSgt. Robert Partridge (AE)
Full Detail .
fired an 848 with 24 bulls eyes
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panies would be I interested in talking to 'YOU. :modern features for basic sewing. It's the {
There is no charge for our services. Call now revolutionary-priced model that has started ,
for an appointment to discuss career openingsIn demonstrations all across the country. .
the following fields: Sure, we have more sophisticated models t
priced up to $369. But this $29.95 model is i 1 I
TECHNICAL SALES -ADMINISTRATIVE the one that stands up to the establishment. I ,
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Movie Sunday. June 15 : II I

NAS: "SAM WHISKEY" star- I
ring Burt Reynolds Clint Walker M fYCCww I
ScheduleMovies and Angie Dickenson.Color Wes !
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will be shown HOSPITAL: "HOMBRE"
NAS nightlyat June should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville I
the Theater at 7:30 Monday, 16
p.m., Florida. 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. I
There will also be a kiddie matinee NAS "GEORGY GIRL" Ads arriving or this deadline will be published the following week unless the
at 2 p.m. Saturday and a regular : star- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must I
feature at 2 p.m.. Sundayand ring Lynn Redgrave and Alan be received WITH the copy for the ad. :
holidays.The Bates. Comedy Drama. AM/E I

Hospital Theater willhave ((108 HOSPITAL mins.) "SAMWHISKEY"Tuesday Do Net Send Cash '

one nightly feature at 7 p.m. :

Cecil shows Field during will the have week two at nightly 5:30: NAS: "SPLIT", June starring 17 Jim Rate: MI.I... charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00 i


on and weekends 8p.m. Matinees at 2 will and be 5 shown p.m. Brown Color Action and Drama.Diahann AM/VG Carroll.((99!> Per additional. ((4 words per line). . . 0.50FOR j

mins.) .
Thursday, June 12 HOSPITAL: "GEORGYGIRL"Wednesday

NAS: "THE SILENCERS" June 18 RENT ORTEGA HILLS DIVORCE SETTLEMENTNEW Electrolux Vac.--$15 '\ j

starring Dean Martin and Stel NAS "BUONA SERRA MRS.CAMPBELL" unfurn. 3 BR., Fla. Rm., Swim- ALL BRANDS,HOSE $6.50
la Stevens. Color Spy Melodrama : starring Gina Lo- ming Pool. Avail. ,July 1. Gorgeous Stereo Walnut Piano 6110 103rd, St. Dealer Ph. 771- I

A&ME.HOSPITAL 3846479.VA Finish AM FM, FM w/auto- 5028. \
lobrigida Phil Silvers'and Peter -
: "CHARRO"star- matic freguency control radio.
ring Elvis Presley and Ina Ba- Lawford.Color Comedy Dra- & FHA REPOSSESSIONS FM Stereo and phono. Paid downto FOR SALE 1965 MUSTANG .. -
ma. AM/E ((121 mins.) 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
289 Cobra
lin. Color Western. G/VG. $89. Real Bargain. H &N Appliance High performance
"SPLIT"Buy
HOSPITAL: down as low as $65 month. Callus Center 7271 lOCrd St. equipped with 4 speed shifter

Friday, June 13 for up to date lists that will Open til 9 p.m. For Free Home Borge Warner transmission.call
be mailed without obligation. Trial 771 1850. Lounsberry at 772-2775 and 264

NAS: "ZULU" starring Stan- VANSANDT REALTY 387-3597. 4375 after 5 p.m.REPOSSESSED .

ley Baker and Michael Caine. 1964 BUICK SKYLARK FOR SALE 1963 "T" BIRD

Color Adventure Drama. G/VG. 300 cu. in. high perf. Hurst First class condition A/C, new KIRBY VACUUM
HOSPITAL: "THE SILEN 4-speed New wide oval tires front end and transmission. Call W/attachments. For information ;
CERS" Glass Pacs $995 or best offer. 771-7856 after 4 p.m.WELDING. call 724-5398.

,Saturday, June 14 Contact: Keith Arnold 772-2811 \
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BEAGLE PUPS 3 Br., & Fla. Rm., on Lg. Cor-
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starring Gerald Mohr. Color & Freedom Shares Hunting Season. 4909 Homecrest Window units & central units Mo. Paymts. $88.17. 'i
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__ U pital held a picnic here at the with Fleet Marine Forces since In 1956, Secretary of the Navy
skeet range Saturday to com that time' -- from the Boxer uprisings James Forrestal awarded the
s memorate the 71st anniversaryof in China in 1900 to the Hospital Corps a special com-
the Hospital Corps. current conflict in Vietnam. mendation for its outstanding re-
Founded by an Act of Con- Throughout the years mem cord of service and devotion to
gress in 1898, the Hospital Corps bers of the Hospital Corps have duty during World War II -- the
has a long and distinguished record earned the respect of all for their only Corps within the Navyto
of service to the Navy and valor in action and dedication to be so honored. Twelve of
__ : f L- the Marine Corps. Hospital duty. They were the most highly the 21 Medals of Honor pre -
r Corpsmen have served aboard decorated military unit of World sented to naval personnel dur-
ing World War II and the Korean

'w k Y Y I Science Degree Offered Through War Corpsmen.were awarded to Hospital

Today -- on ships at sea, at

B.L. Vanzant receives the of West FloridaAn medical facilities both over -
proudly
BRONZE STAR..Lt. University seas and at home, and in the
Bronze Star from NAS Commanding Officer, Capt. H.O. Cutler, jungles of Vietnam -- hospital
during ceremonies held in the captain's office June 5. Lt. are continuing to pro-
corpsmen
Vanzant received the medal for "meritorious service in con- educational program lead- the Navy. Since participants will vide the best medical care to
ing to a master of science degreein be student Naval aviators on active -
nection with operations against the enemy in the Republic of our sailors and marines, as they
aeronautical systems for stu- duty, they will also receive
Vietnam." He served with Helicopter Squadron 164 in Viet have done for 71 years.
dent Naval Aviators has been an- full pay and allowances.,including
nam from March 13, 1968 to March 8 this year. nounced by the Chief of Naval flight pay.
U.S., Bonds
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CECIL SPORTS grounder. The burly Lancer catcher threw a no hitter but gave play offs not far away,I'm sure
I ROUNDUP *Tiny Thompson, made up ten walks and hit one bat- the coaches and especially the
SMC George Blackburn the tag at home. ter. The Blackbirds loaded the pitchers agree with me when I say j.
VA 64 played VA -15 later bases in the top of the seventhbut I hope their eyesight improvesvery
In Softball contests played last grounder to VA 64's Glenn Nef that same evening and: in a slug- were unable to do anything soon. :?;-, ', .
week at Cecil Field the American the Lancer second sacker. Neff fest, and defeated them 20 to 12. with Burton, and the Hornetswon
League's: VA 64 pulled off quickly stepped on the bag and These two games were the only it 3 to 2. Here are the standings:
the first triple play of the Season firec across to Frank Williamson contest in the League last wek. The weekly awards are many. National "
VA 64 took on VC 4 first for the double play. Over in the National League, The Sportsmanship Award would AMD "" 13-1
and came out on top 17 to 9. Williams in turn cut down VC- the AMD Red Caps continued to have to be shared by Weapons and:! VA 44 -i' 11-3
The triple play began when VC- 4's Smith at home as he triedto roll along in the second round VA 45. Weapons received it VA 174 A;, 8-6
4's catcher, Lemo, hit a sharp score from second on the of play by defeating the VA 45 for remaining in the league when Dental <1 r 6-7
Blackbirds 10 to 0. This victory, several players would not show Operations .' ':'. 5-8 .
and a forfeit by the Marines for their games. SinceTony Ar- VA-45 ;::4.' 4-9
wraps up an eleven game winning rendondo has taken change and Weapons 'r' t 4-10
streak for the 'Red Caps.' will keep Weapons going. : hl
According to some esteemed VA 45 earned the Sports American .if. ,
coaches involved with other Ce- manship Award during their con- VA-82 '. 'i: 10-0
cil Field teams such as Tom test with AMD. On a disputed VA-36 't'; : 9-2
Puckett, and Jack Hardee Hank home run call the coach of the VA 64 : 6-2
tt li i Linder, and Don Doole, A m's Blackbirds inquired of his left VA-86 6-3
Vi6f ifl'f winning streak will end with the fielder if the ball went over on VA 66 ',;.'.' 4-8
beginning of the third round.How- the fly or bounced over the fence. VC-4 r. 1-9
ever, this from the acid pen: The player stated that the ball VA-15 '''''.2-10
Good Luck!' bounced after clearing the fence o ..
In other contests, VA 174 and AMD was awarded the homer.
defeated Operations 11 to 1,while The second award. The Quitter NAS CECIL The 6th Na-
the VA 44 Hornets managed to Award goes to the Marines. val District Tennis Champion -
regain some of their stinging The last award has been dub- ships to be held at NAS Pensa-
power by downing Weapons 17 bed the 'Eyesight Award', and cola are approaching: fast. A ..
y to 0. The Plumbers too were will go to the Monsters in Blue. double eliminationtourneywillbe
fortunate last week when they Granted, the unips really madean conducted aboard the station to
picked up a win by forfeit over effort in last Sundays CPO determine who will represent
the Marines and later by beat- game and some of then even got Cecil Field the final four men
HAND BALL '0' FIRE..LCdr C.F. Driscoll Assistant ing Weapons 15-6. VA 44 into the game, but a select few remaining in the tournament will
Weapons Officer receives handball trophy for intramural and VA 45 ended play last week have honestly earned the 'acid make the trip to Pensacola, Interested -
competition from Cdr Bill Rose Weapons Officer (right). with a rough game. In this con- pen.' As the last round of the personnel can: sign up at
Driscoll went 12 for 12 this year before departing for his new test, the Hornet's Steve Burton Softball season begins and with the Gym by June 19.

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. members of the NA hospital ships, at shore commands, and War I.
held a picnic here at the with Fleet Marine Forces since:: In 1956, Secretary of the Navy
; skeet range Saturday to com that time -- from the Boxer uprisings James Forrestal awarded the
memorate the 71st anniversaryof in China in 1900 to the Hospital Corps a special com-
the Hospital Corps. current conflict in Vietnam. mendation for its outstanding record -'
Founded by an ,Act of Con- Throughout the years mem of service and devotion to
gress in 1898, the Hospital Corps bers of the Hospital Corps have duty during World War II -- the
has a long and distinguished record earned the respect of all for their only Corps within the Navyto
I = ir of service to the Navy and valor in action and dedication to be so honored. Twelve of
" the Marine Corps. Hospital duty. They were the most highly the 21 Medals of Honor pre -
Corpsmen have served aboard decorated military unit of World sented to naval personnel dur-
ing World War II and the Korean

Science Degree Offered Through War Corpsmen.were awarded to Hospital

Today --on ships at sea, at

' BRONZE STAR..Lt. B.L. Vanzant proudly receives the University of West Florida medical seas and facilities at home,both and over in the-

Bronze Star from NAS Commanding Officer, Capt. H.O. Cutler, jungles of Vietnam -- hospital
during ceremonies held in the captain's office June S. Lt. are continuing to pro-
, Vanzant received the medal for "meritorious :service! in con- An educational program lead- the Navy. Since participants will vide corpsmen the best medical care to
ing to a master of science degreein be student Naval aviators on active -
', nection with operations against the enemy in the Republic of our sailors and marines, as they
aeronautical for stu- will also receive
systems duty, they
Vietnam." He served with Helicopter Squadron 164 in Viet- have done for 71 years.
dent Naval Aviators has been an- full pay and allowances.including
nam from March 13, 1968 to March 8 this year. nounced by the Chief of Naval flight pay.

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CECIL SPORTS grounder. The burly Lancer catcher threw a no hitter, but gave play offs not far away,Fm sure
I ROUNDUPSMC 'Tiny' Thompson made up ten walks and hit one bat- the coaches and especially the
George BlackburnIn the tag at home. ter. The Blackbirds loaded the pitchers agree with me when I say
VA 64 played VA 15 later bases in the top of the seventhbut I hope their eyesight improvesvery
softball contests played last grounder to VA 64's Glenn Neft that same evening and in a slug- were unable to do anything soon. ," '.,( ,
week at Cecil Field the American the Lancer second sacker. Neff fest, and defeated them 20 to 12. with Burton, and the Hornetswon
League's VA 64 pulled off quickly stepped on the bag and These two games were the only it 3 to 2. Here are the,standings:
the first triple play of the Sea- firec across to Frank Williamson contest in the League last wek. The weekly awards are many. National .'"
son VA 64 took on VC 4 first for the double play. Over in the National League, The Sportsmanship Award would AMD 13-1
and came out on top 17 to 9. Williams, in turn, cut down VC- the AMD Red Caps continued to have to be shared by Weapons and VA-44 11-3
The triple play began when VC- 4's Smith at home as he triedto roll along in the second round VA 45. Weapons received it VA 174 8-6
4's catcher, Lemo, hit a sharp score from second on the of play by defeating the VA 45 for remaining in the league'when Dental 6-7
-- Blackbirds 10 to 0. This victory, several players would not show Operations 5-8
and a forfeit by the Marines for their games. SinceTony Ar- VA-45 49Weapons
wraps up an eleven game winning rendondo has taken change and 4-10
streak for the 'Red Caps.' will keep Weapons going. "
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According to some esteemed VA 45 earned the Sports .: .
coaches involved with other Ce manship Award during their con- VA 82 ,": 10-0
e.9 z r, is cil Field teams such as Tom testiith AMD. On a disputed VA 36 .fj\;t, 9-2
Puckett, and Jack Hardee, Hank home run call, the coach of the VA 64 ny,,'' 6-2
Linder, and Don Doole AMD's Blackbirds inquired of his left VA 86VA66 ; "' ". 6-3
winning streak will end with the fielder if the ball went over on 4 4.8VC4
beginning of the third round.How- the fly or bounced over the fence. 1-9
ever, this from the acid pen: The player stated that the ball VA 15 .r 2-10
'Good Luck!I' bounced after clearing the fence s X11'1..<
In other contests, VA 174
and AMD was awarded the homer.
defeated Operations 11 to 1,while The second award, TheQuitter NAS CECIL The 'Sth Na-
the VA 44 Hornets managed to Award, goes to the Marines. val District Tennis Champion -
regain some of their stinging The last award has been dub- ships to be held at NAS Pensa-
power by downing Weapons 17 bed the 'Eyesight Award', and cola are approaching fast. A ..
to 0. The Plumbers too were will go to the Monsters in Blue. double elimination tourney will be
fortunate last week when they Granted, the umps really madean conducted aboard the station to
picked up a win by forfeit over effort in last Sundays CPO determine who will represent
the Marines and later by beat- game, and some of then even got Cecil Field. the final four men
HAND BALL '0' FIRE..lCdr C.F. Driscoll Assistant ing Weapons 15-6. VA 44 into the game, but a select few remaining in the tournament will
Weapons Officer, receives handball trophy for intramural and VA 45 ended play last week have honestly earned the 'acid make the trip to Pensacola, Interested -
competition from Cdr Bill Rose, Weapons Officer (right). with a rough game. In this con- pen.' As the last round of the personnel can sign up ar
Driscoll went (12 for 12 this year before departing for his new test, the Hornet's Steve Burton Softball season begins and with the Gym by June 19.

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Jax __ The Navy Ortega
I Little League has set Satur-
I day, June 14 for closing day Jax Navy Fliers are presently playing their hottest
ceremonies at Blue Angels Park. ball of the season as they returned from Warner Robins, Ga.,
I'Games are scheduled at 11 with three more wins over Robins AFB last weekend. The

'I a.m., 1, 3, and 5 p.m. with Fliers, winners in ten of their last I 11 I ball games, took an

award followingthe : E 0 ____.__
presentations 4 F t
final _ _ opening night doubleheader Friday -
game. Championship Carroll weakened slightly in the
as they edged out a 1-0
trophies will be awarded to the t, ninth and Robins rapped out
a win behind the strong pitching
Minor and Major League champions 4n performance of Don Stewart. three hits and pushed across the
and also the Major LeagueAll
Jax batters causeda
winning run.
Stewart returned last week froma
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Star Team will be announced.Hot
Western Pacific deploymentwith breeze in the infield as All
and charcoal broiled
dogs World softball JackGr n-
VP-45 and was in top formas pitcher
and other refresh-
hamburgers of Robins fanned 13 Fli-
berry
will be available. he allowed only one hit in
ments
the fourth, while striking out ers and gave up only four hits.

Put your money TRACK STARS--Flrst and second place team trophies were nine Robins batters. Winning Again
where your heart is- presented following last week's HAS Track and Field Meet Jax scored their lone run in
the second as Bill Aaron led off The Fliers were determined to
in America by Cdr. W.L. Berkey, OOD, to winner VAP-62 (r) and runner- with a single and was advancedon get back on another winning

......... up NARTU. The results of this week's ComFairJax meet will a base hit by Al Wells. Two streak but Robins had plans of
l! U.S. SAVINGS BONDS be published in next week's issue of the Jax Air News. fielders choices and a wild pitch their own and it took a bases
NEW FREEDOM SHARES allowed Aaron to score and the loaded walk in the eighth to decide -
'. / Tankers Take slim lead held up and the Fliers the winner.
THE NEWEST were on their way to taking the Jax held a 1-0 lead until the
doubleheader. sixth whenRobins: pushed acrossa
SIiSca. Dive
TuesdayJax run to tie it up. Jax failed
More Runs to score in their half of the

-- The Jax swim meet Is The Fliers jumped out to an seventh- and Fliers hurler Don
., e eJri set to go this Tuesday June 17 early 2-0 lead In the second gameas Stewart got himself into troubleon
and swimmers planningonentering Ken Oliver reached first after an error but was bailed out
the competition should call getting hit by the pitcher and on a perfect throw to the plate
Located In Cedar Hills Shopping Center the Athletic Office. Pat Higgins followed with a by Pat Higgins that cut down

EXTENDS A CORDIAL WELCOME TO YOU Besides points: awarded to single.; Two errors and a passed what would have been the win-
teams in the IronmanTrophy ball later both had crossed home ning run by Robins. In the Fli-
< ''\J* >:I : :% competition individuals finishing plate but it was all the Fliers ,ers eighth Bob Kicielinski and
-> -) < first and second, winning relay could produce as Dan Burton and Bill'' Aaron singled and Al Wells
< teams and champion and run Bob Kicielinski whiffed and Bill was hit by a pitch to load the
: w..u.,,ooww. ?w ner up teams will all receive Aaron grounded out to snuff outa bases and pinch hitter Les Car-
ALWAYS A WIDE SELECTION OF HOME trophies immediately followingthe potential: big inning. roll walked to force in the win-

COOKED FRESH VEGETABLES, AND meet. Jax added another run in the ning run. Stewart allowed one
DESSERTS . ALL SERVED IN A second but Robins touched Les single by Robins in the eighthbut
PLEASANT. FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. Softball' StandingsAmerican Carroll for tw ) runs on four hitsto no harm was done and the
1 Fliers were off hopefully, on
LUNCH 11 AM TIL 2 PM close the gap to one run. another long win streak 2-1.
The Fliers added an Insurancerun
DINNER 4 PM TIL 8 PM and This weekend coach Frank Mc
in the fourth Carrollput
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEKIS I VAP 62 10 0 Robins down in order in Caffrey takes his team on the

& S Cafeteria is also located In the Admin 9 1 the last three frames to earn road again to Brunswick, Ga.,
VP-16 ,6, 3VP5 to tangle with NAS Glynco In a,
Arlington Plaza Shopping Center the win. Carroll notched seven
5' 3 four series and then
strikeouts and only four game return
MARTDAC 4 6 hits to give gave Jax up their ninth home the following week to face
Maint. 3 8 straight win. MacDill AFB.
FAETUMedical 2 7

2 ,, 7 Trouble SaturdayThe
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Fliers were breezing along .- -
Natlori,I", .. :'_,t. on a fine win streak when finally c-2-..-...... -' 0-":::'
Getting ,.ltl it happened but it took "
1"-
:; gs'away. FICEUR; "I"", ,'s,8ry' 0 two extra innings'to do it, and //0 \'\
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5 5 lead off Jax pitcher Les Carrollin /ANOTHER SUMMER
(
t HospitalAir 3 5 the first inning and the Fliers ws SAF6TYCONSIDERATION
:. .1 OpsCommun. 1 5 their 1
''h were scoreless until last I
., 0 11
(' chance in the seventh. Jax tiedit
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Qualifying Dates

KornerBy

Set for Jax Navy
JOSN Brent Kallestad

The two hottest numbers in town currently are the weather Tennis-Golf Teams
and Jax Navy's Fliers. Got a suggestion on how to refresh
yourself in this horrendous, humid heat, but will leave the Sax -- Qualification dates for CARS
Fliers alone. positions on the Jax Navy golf

Fun_ 'n__ _Fftll_ .... team have been announced for
n 13 and
July July 20 at the NAS irr AND
The outdoor swimming pools on i
kind of team they'd have put course.
base are currently open seven The four golfers after the /
together with both of those tough top
days a week, although they will chuckers performing The 36 holes from each division, DEALS' !
be closing for a day each week Fliers ,18 9 are as red hot open, seniors, and women's, will
shortly. They open at noon for all in Softball as the Cubs and Orio- represent NASJacksonville in the
you sunbathers and swimmers. les are in the majors. Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament 1550 C ASS AT AVENUE
Two pools are located back of the at NAS Memphis July28-
Navy Exchange and one near the Wednesday Night Aug. 1. Memphis will also host
main gate. You should consider taking in the South Atlantic Regional Tour- -
The '0' Club and CPO Club Wednesday night's Class 'A' nament and the All Navy Golf 68 OLDS _
have pools also, but these are on Southern League baseball game Championship.Any .
a private scale although their between Birmingham and Savan- golfer on active duty from DelmontSS
days and hours coincide.Softballers nah at Wolfson Park. It will be the NAS Jax complex is eligibleto
Flying your only chance of the summer enter and should contact golf 2 Door Hardtop. V-8 Auto
to catch professional baseball in pro Joe MacDonald at the NAS trans Fattory arr. Power
The Fliers who have won 10 Jacksonville and just think how Golf Course. The deadline for steering. Power brakes. R&H.jh $2895
of their last 11 are now playing good those tall, cool ones will entry is Wednesday, July 9. te wall tires -4
.667 ball, but last week they lost taste in the breezy confines of a
ace pitcher Von McClure who left ball park on one of this city'shot ComFairJax Meet 68
the team. The return of Don Stewart humid summer nights. Man, Cecil Field will host the 1969 MALIBUSport.S.d.n
will help pick up the slack I'm gonna go -- even if it isn't ComFairJax Golf Tournament
created by McClure's departure, the majors -- that other stuffis July 21 25. Fleet detachmentsand
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