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Creation Date: August 7, 1969
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Project Stormfury Hurricane -V'OIli'




Seeding Experiments Planned

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Jax -- Two local commands are standing by on alert to help scientists in their quest to tame
nature's most violent storms. Project Stormfury began Monday with scientists from the Navy

-S La y and Environmental Science Services Administration (ESSA) preparing to seed 1969 hurricaneswith
silver iodide. The seeding is a continuing effort to learn whether the violence of hurri-

canes can be lessened. Locally involved commands in the project are Fleet Weather Facilityand

the Hurricane Hunters of VW-4. Cdr. LJ. Underwood, CO of Fleet Weather, is assistant
4. director of the project and co-
v J/ ordinator for alL Navy units tak-
hurricanes are bombarded with Beulah in 1963 -- crossed the
ing part in the effort. ..
silver iodide and carefully mea- experiment area.Expanded .
Stormfury is a joint Depart-
sured to learn whether the seed-
ment of Commerce-DoD
programof ExperimentUntil
ing lessens the storms violence.
scientific experiments to explore
the structure and dyna- The areas in which seeding is 1967, seeding was restricted -
mics of hurricanes. The men assigned now authorized permit experi- to an Atlantic area
to the project will be ments in the southwestern North through which an average of less
trying to achieve better under- Atlantic, Caribbean Sea and Gulf than one storm passes per year.
standing,improve prediction and of Mexico. The experimental area was expanded -
check the possibility of modifying Project officials hope the expanded in 1967 and again in 1968,
of the destruc- experiment will give them but for the first two times in 15
some
STORM CHECK -- Cdr. L. J. Underwood, Fleet Weather CO, tive storms.aspects a better opportunity to carry out years, no hurricanes passed
and AG3 Dick Kessler look over weather charts has Project the seeding. Since the program through the enlarged area.
Stormfury gets underway. Two local commands are taking part Modify FuryIn began several years ago,only two From now until Oct. 15, scientists -
in the project. modification experiments, storms -- Esther in 1961 and aircraft and flight crews
will be on 48-hour alert for hur-

.. ricane seeding missions. As
.. .._
-'i'''' ''''' many as 16 planes of the En-

T _7i vironmental Science Services
I Administration Navy and Air

.A. -- ; Force will participate.A .

4 .,,:.t -t Navy Intruder will release
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before and after
Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any seeding.
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. Intensified Seeding

VOL. 27 NO. 20 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 7, 1969
Seeding will be intensified this
---- year with clouds near the eye

., being seeded with silver iodide
five times over an eight-hour
nab period. It is hoped that repeated -
seeding will produce cumula-
\ tive effects more pronounced than

t, those observed in the earlier
: j tests, when seeding was per -
1k formed only once
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'. New Dental



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c DecoratedJax

-- Capt. Joseph W. Mc-
Aleer, the station's new dental
,,\Mx, w, 4a ykA officer, has received the Navy
Commendation Medal for out-
,'r '; standing service at his last duty
"'>#'
'' v44 4'4 station. .
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'Y""F'.m'"',:o 4IL.\\ !3i W'i'' 'JI rrfff ;7'1K!;; .YV1lif """' li>'--..-...f..." ..."" ""' ..........__>>.__ Me received the medal duringa
ceremony In the commanding

I Rain Out Scores Ball Teams 2"0The officer's From office September Friday.1966 through

-Inside- July; Capt. McAleer was the staff
ever unpredictable District Softball tournament before rains forced dental officer for the Chief of
long
a
I Florida weather caused post- being played here this week. delay. Rain throughout the Naval Air Technical Trainingat

ponement of Monday's open- Only three innings of the day kept ball teams up until Editorials. . Page 2 Naval Air Station Memphis.A .
ing games in the Sixth Naval first game were completed Civilian Hikes. Page 6 citation accompanying the
the wee hours of the next medal said that during this
Child Dental Care ContinuesJax morning to get in the required NA TTC. . Page 8 period, "Through his profess-
. in order to Movies. . Page II I I ional qualities of leadership
games Want Ads. . t Page I 11 I imagination and aggressiveness,
-- The Dental Department of 6 and 23 will be eligiblefor finish the tournament by
ages Sports . Pages 14-16 Capt. McAleer made o stand-
has begun to schedule appoint- treament. tomorrow. During a lull in
ments for its preventive den- Appointments may be made by the downpour Monday Spe- (Continued on Page 2))

tistry program for children.Eligible -' the sponsor or spouse at the cial Services men manned'
are children whose spon Dental Department appointmentdesk their brooms while long
sor's birth month is August. during normal workinj faced Jax ball club members ,
Children of active duty and retired hours. At that time they will wait for skies. Moreon hi :
sunny
military personnel who are be given a definite appointment a9 ,
bonafide dependents between the (Continued on Page 2)) tourney on Sports Pages.

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II' Free College Education .AvailableJaxAn -_

uninterrupted four- didate training at Naval Officer 23 years of age; be a high schoolgraduate
year college education leadingto Candidate School, and will be ap- or have completed three
a commissioned grade in the pointed as ensigns In the Regu- years of high school and pos-
U.S. Navy may be yours if you lar Navy upon completionohheireducation. sess the GED equivalent with a 4' gtL
meet the eligibility requirementsof minimum grade in the 75th per- h r; x.o" .
the Navy Enlisted Scientific The application period for the centile or above in each of the
Education Program (NESEP). 1970 increment to NESEP is test areas; and have a combined
Qualified Navy men and women July 1 through Oct. 1, 1969. GCT/ARt score of at least 115. bt A
who are selected for NESEP To be eligible for consideration If you meet the above listed
will attend one of the 22 parti- you must: be a citizen of qualifications and are interestedIn
cipating colleges where they will the United States by birth or applying it Is suggested that
earn a baccalaureate degree in by naturalization; be on active you see your career counselor.He 1

science engineering, or math. duty as a USN or a USNR; be will be able to supply you .

Between the junior and senior serving in pay grade E-4 or with further Information about .&tl'.;-,..,.>/dxrCapt. ',,>' __i. -I
years of college, students will above, or awaiting promotion to NESEP and aid you in filing
attend 10 weeks of officer can- that ,grade; be between 20 and your application. McAleer receives medal from Capt. Cutler.


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Page JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER
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a Divine' S et' ,icles

Editorial View Points .,r


ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
B g{ Edwards Chapel

Your 4J _
HeritageFrom SUNDAY MASS -0) &.11 a.m
s DAILY MASS11:30 a.m.
Confessions will be held on
pre-Roman times until our most recent moon landing the $yyE Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30:: a.m.

salute has been a part of the military man. _4, instead: of Saturday.

It is a matter of pride among servicemen, from general to pri 3 +
U. S. NAVAL
vate, to salute willingly, promptly, and proudly, as most recently'' HOSPITALSt.
Luke's
displayed by Col. Edwin Aldrin, Jr., when he and Neil A. Arm- Chapel

strong were contacted by President Nixon during their stay on G ? SUNDAY MASS8:00: a.m.

the moon. PROTESTANT WORSHIP

Since World War II (when saluting was misguidedly de-empha p. ; j SERVICES10:00 a.m.

sized in some areas), the good soldier has stood out among his as ?
sociates by his smart, correct and cheerful salute. When he salutes PROTESTANTAll
Saints' Chapel

. aL

t SUNDAY
. s
Church School -9:00 a.m.
Bid*. # 722 '
Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
54 Bids.: 722 .
l Divine Worship Service 10
I WELCOME ABOARD -- Air Operations officer's wives welcome a.m. Bldf 4 i 750

Dorothy Thomas (I), wife of Cdr. Charles Thomas, air Episcopal Communion 8:30:
S operations officer, to Jacksonville during a luncheon in her a.m.
honor at the Officers' Club. Next to Mrs. Thomas is Ginger Small Chapel Bids] 750

Gibson, her mother-in-law Mrs. Gibson, and Ann Pelot. Seatedat Junior Youth Fellowship5p.m.Bldg. .
*;
:-- 722
right is Pat Blaine.Officer .
TUESDAY
,-"
,. ,_ -.r -- Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
7 ;:; ..:---- DecoratedContinued Bids. 750

9 THURSDAY
or receives a salute he marks himself as a serviceman with prideIn ( from Page I') puter assisted instruction for Christian Science Service
himself and his uniform.As ing contributions toward increased the same purpose." 8 p.m. 131dg. <'I/ 750

serviceman he recognizes that the salute is a privilege en- efficiency in the dental DENTISTRY SUNDAY
a PREVENTIVE
service throughout the Naval Air Eeni'Ior hip 6 p.m.
joyed only by military men, and is a mutual acknowledgement of Technical Training Command." (Continued from Page I) Bids.; If 750

comradeship in the profession of arms. It went on to say that "Underhis and furnished materials and in- TUESDAY

The specific origin of saluting is lost in antiquity. For centuries, astute direction, a new train- structions. No telephone appoint- Pentecostal FellO\:?hip--7p.m.
however, men at arms have rendered fraternal and respectful greetings ing technique was written and ments will be made. Bldg. !j 722
to indicate friendliness. In early times armed men raised implemented utilizing program- Each child will receive an oral
med instruction which is the most health examination, an application -
their weapons or shifted them to the left hand (while raising the ,
effective of all known oral hygiene of a substance to inhibit
empty right hand) to give proof of amicable intentions. During the teaching programs."In tooth decay, anoralhygienedemonstration TrafficViolations
Middle Ages, knights in armor, on encountering friendly knights, addition, he demonstrated and lecture,and dental
raised: their helmet visors in recognition. If they were in the presence foresight and initiative inworkingon health educational material. No
of feudal superiors the helmet was usually doffed., In every another new technique, com- X rays will be taken.

case, the fighting man made a gesture of friendliness the rais

ing of the empty right hand. This gesture survives as today's hand Your Social Security The following is a report of
salute, the traditional greeting among military men of all nations. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
Like the original hand salute and doffing of the cap, the dis By. Lewis S. Gossette----- fic violations for the periodJuly
The Social Security Adminis- Survivors benefits are payable to 22 through July 28.
charge of weapons, presentations of arms, and lowering of- the
tration pays three types qf monthly widows, childrens, parents, or Number of Accidents
point of the sword were all intended to signify good will. In every cash benefits. The first and dependent widowers.In This week --------seven

case, the one so saluting momentarily! rendered himself incapableof largest group of benefit payments order to receive these ben- Total accidents this year through
using his weapon offensively. The descendants of these earlier goes to retired persons,both men efits, you must apply for them. July 28 - - 334
gestures arc the modern sword salute, present arms and gun and women, over age 62. The This can be done at any one of Number of accidents through July
second largest group represents some 800 Social Security Admin
salutes. 1968 - - 215
survivors of workers who have istration offices throughout the Total number of days since last
Salute with pride and bring credit to yourself and your service.
died. The third of of
the
type payment country or at one many injury in a motor vehicle accident -
(AFPS; ) goes to disabled persons and to additional places in smaller - - -61
their dependents.In towns where social security field Number of Violations
case of either the disabilitybenefit'or representatives meet the public.
This week - - -101
the old-age benefit, Claims in retirement cases
Speeding - - -13
SAVE MONEY additional payments maybe made should be filed a couple of monthsin Going through stop sign -6
for certain dependents such as advance.of retirement so that Other violations - -82
REGULARLYSupply children under 18, qualified payments can start promptly Forty drivers appeared before
disabled children of any age, when earned income goes downor the Traffic HearingBoardonJuly
wives or .dependents husbands. stops. 31. Disposition of the cases included -

the following:

Offers Hints for, those with Orderson privileges Eight lost aboard driving and station parking for

various periods; nine were assigned -
Jay -- (The Household Goods Visit Household GoodsIn the information you give. Be total weight allowance,not weight to complete an eight hour
Section of Supply has offered prepared to tell the interviewerwhat in' addition to your total weight course in remedial driving; two
several hints this summer to local order to get the best information you want shipped, when and allowance. received suspensions; 16 were
Navymen and Marines who on your special moving where. Advise the interviewer Dispose of all articles worn out given warnings; two were dis -
have received orders to new duty needs, you should visit the House- when you have professional books or no longer needed. missed; 21 were fined (U. S.
stations along their career. The hold Goods Shipping Officer per- and papers to be shipped in order Commissioner). I'
following is more information sonally, if at all possible. Because that they may be packed and -
supplied by Household Goods: you may not always be weighed separately from your
Members receiving permanent able to make arrangements in household goods.
change of station orders may shipa person, you maywishtoempoweryour Before the packers arrive at
"weight allowance" of house- wife or some other personto your home, set these items apart JA.X AIR IMEWSThe
hold goods based on their rankor act for you as your agent. This from other goods.Whenthe pack-
grade. Shipment may be made may be done by a letter over ers arrive, be sure they pack
by petty officers, third class your signature or by a formal them separately and mark the
(with over four years service) power of attorney. Remember, containers accordingly. Ensure JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian' enterprise Newspaper distributed
and above. shipping rights belong to you -- that they appear on the inventoryas each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville
The interviewer in the House- the service member. professional books, etc., and Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a private
,hold Goods Office of the Supply Applications for shipment that the weight or cubic mea- firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must
.Department, will advise you of should be made as far in advance surements are placed opposite be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jack
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from all
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P YqlJRCIRrIJ1S pickup date.A .
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4 Form FirstTo such as bank bills, coins, Advertisements arc' solicited by the. publisher and/ queries'
-- for of concerning surf, should| | | hC', directed
-'- make application ship- currency, valuable documents | to( :
t 1 ment of your permanent weight any kind, jewelry, stamp collec- HOLT PUBLISHING
.. allowance, bring six copies each tions, postage stamps, revenue 4747 San Juan Avenue COMPANY
f of your orders for each ship stamps, articles of gold and silver Telephone 388 Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
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Household Goods Shipping Office such as binoculars and cameras,
VOL. 27
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August 7, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3


No Afterburners Left at Cecil?

I

Says Who, Wonders VC-4 SkipperBy


Ltjg/ Mike Apple >'" ,Of, .,>.-,'""d. i.Z t-i'.' s.' jj i

When Lcdr. Santo Irlandi took
over VC-4 Detachment Cecil as t.
OinC on April 30 of this year, ,,:.,I. t
V"
.p w he was informed that his Detach- 1'''')..'';' !Jj.
ment's aircraft compliment included .ttf:
:
'
three F-8 Crusaders. But : : r
after reading the article in last
week's AFTERBURNER, he became -
. ,Somewhat confused. Since
assuming command of the Det.
in April, he was pretty sure he
and his pulots had been provid- .1?
,,-- ,''-, ing fleet services with the F-8K
Crusader. But not according to
WEATHERMAN..AGCS Ronald A. Johnson of Air Operations AFTERBURNER which bemoanedthe rh
gives the morning forecast over the recently installed NWSEDat last of the F-8's to be home-
Cecil, which boils down to a camera above his forecast based at Cecil and weeped that iL
table and monitors in the squadron ready rooms. Before, the the paper's name might now become -
broadcast originated from NAS Jax. Savings in terms of phone an anachronism. u.
calls and man hours spent answering them, is considered Researching the problem, LOOK LIKE. .SMELLS LIKE. .so it must be an Afterburner -
Irlandi discovered that he could
significant_ up already._ on VC 4, F 8 Det Skipper.
see three F-8s with the familiarred
chevrons and JF' parkedon Trackers,the Det provides tow- trol radar calibration.The .
the Det's flight line. Looking ing services for air-to-air and Det and its F-8's are hereto
further into the situation he pro- surface-to-air (both gunnery and stay! Never fear, AFTER-
Buy ceeded to the flight line to inspect missile firing. Additionally, the BURNER, the VC-4 Dragon
U.S. Savings Bonds the aircraft. Sure enough, Det's aircraft provide targets Flyers have saved you from becoming -
NOW OPEN the tail of each one bore the for radar tracking and fire con- an 'anachronism.'
& Freedom SharesIN legend 'F-8K' and 'VC-4 Det'
He then walked to the tail
of each aircraft and was rea-
ssured to find that each one still TROPICAL FISH & SUPPLIES
t '"'-- ,
contained an afterburner.For .
MEMORY the benefit of those who D '-- LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN
may be new to Cecil Field, VC-4
Det Cecil has been a permanent FISH PRICED FROM ISO: tO $9.98
Dale Hcsebeck tenant of Cecil Field since July V'- '-
1964, when it was commissionedVU4 SPECIAL: 10 Gal. TANK KIT $14.45
...and this is the will of STEAK HOUSEOPEN Det 'A'. Since 1964,
Him that sent me, that the name has changed twice, fin- 10% Discount

everyone which seeth the DAILY ally remaining Fleet Composite I ON ALL FISH AND SUPPLIES WITH/ THIS AD I
Squadron Four Detachment Cecil
.
and believeth him
son, on (VC-4 Det Cecil), but the mis-
11 AM to 11 PM
may have everlasting life; sion has remained the same PEARL STREET TROPICAL FISH
and I will raise him up at I> to provide fleet services from
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the last day.... Charleston S. C. to Corpus 1639 PEARL STREET PHONE
AT CEDAR CREEK
Dale Hesebeck, son of Mr. Christi Tex.
and Mrs. C. R. Hesebeck, With its complement of three
was buried yesterday. He F-8K Crusaders and three USZC ..
I "
was thirteen. He would have

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tember. A student of Joseph .
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Stilwell member High Grace School Lutheran, he wasa MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll .1"I'. '" ,"" '.,

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STRAINING to keep pressure on the enemy, ordnancemen of VA-215 load 500-pound bomb
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( Note: The following The bombs and rockets are ed, planes for the second launch
story came from Commander stored and assembled deep ia must be loaded. They'll be cata- WAR TOOLS -- An AO. pushes a cart carrying two sidewinder
Carrier Division One and. tells the bowels of the huge ships. pulted off in exactly 11/2 hours missiles across the flight deck of an aircraft carrier during
of the young ordnancemen in the After aircraft missions are des- after the first planes leave the operations in the Gulf of Tonkin.the .
Tonkin Gulf. They strain their ignated and the type of ordnance flight deck. While aircraft of
backs; for endless hours to keep necessary to best accomplishthe the second mission are being job is no more hazardousthan little room to work among the
jets armed and ready for launch. mission is determined, comes catapulted, the first group of necessary.All tightly parked aircraft. A sec-
Some may soon be replaced by the demanding task of loading the planes are returning aboard and 500, 750 and 1,000 lbs. ond factor is time. Without sac-
men currently undergoing train planes. About two hours prior to must be re-loaded. And so the bombs are loaded by hand. Any- rificing safety, hand loading is
ing at the Navy's only aviation the first launch of the day,bombs cycle continues for 12 hours. thing heavier is handled by hydraulic quicker. Planes must be readyto
ordnance school, located aboard and rockets are brought out of A03 Sammy W. Rogers said, lifts. The reason'the lifts launch on time. Too many
station at NATTC. What they their storage area and as "We don't have much time to are not used for all ordnance is people depend on them to be over
learn at NATTC will prepare sembled. ourselves. When we aren't load- simple. A carrier's flight deckis the target at a prescribed time.In .
them for the challenge ahead.) They then are rolled on to ing we have to continuously per- small and every available this modern Navy there is no
special elevators and brought up form maintenance work on our space Is put to use. There is substitute for manpower.
six stories to the flight deck. equipment. It doesn't make much

(With Task Force-77 in the Up to this point very little mus- sense to send a pilot over Viet- Take stock in America
Gulf of Tonkin) cle power is required. nam if he can't drop his wea- 'I
Buy US S..iage Bo.d.4 FrwIo.3km
"You load 16 tons and what do Once on the flight deck ordnance pons." J..
you get?", is the question of a men from squadrons take Rogers, who has been an or- n g
once popular song. The answeris over. The bombs, usually weigh- dnanceman for over a year, admits : nanas
a great deal of satisfactionin ing 500 lbs. apiece, loaded on "There is a need for team .' SPACIOUS 8. PEACEFUL
a job which demands more specially configured skids, are work while handling munitions.But C( )lY II MARSHALL ACRES
than the average man willing pushed to the waiting aircraft. most important is the needto 'y ; 9354 103rd Street
to give. Normally, this requires quite a be safety conscious. I have a Jacksonville's newest &
On a modern 80,000 ton air bit of effort on the part of the healthy respect for the weaponsI San Juan at Niblick most modern mobile home
craft carrier that boasts a myriadof sailors since there are two or work with." Phone 4406 community is now open for
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up-to-date equipment, compu- three bombs on each skid. The assembling and loading of your inspection. Large 44 x
ters and planes, there is no "It's difficult pushing them ordnance is safe. Fuses are attached 75' lots.
substitute for muscle power. across the deck even when the to the i inert bombs only 1 J. 2, & 3 Bedrooms ONLY $35 PER MO.
Daily, around the clock, air- seas are calm," claims Cdr. after they're securely placed on Garden Type Apartments
with Club Swimming pool, tennis court,
craft from attack carriers on Arthur Bureau, weapons officeron the racks under the planes. They Country
Atmosphere shuffleboard court, B B Q
Yankee Station fly missions into the staff of Commander Car- aren't armed until dropped from Kitchens equipped with G-E pit, picnic built for your en-
the Republic of Vietnam. Mostof rier Division One. "It takes a the jets over the targets. But Ranges & Refrigerators joyment. Act Today!* Call:
the ordnance carried is hand lot more muscle when the ship'rolls the task is a strenuous one. Of- .'Individual Air Conditioning EL VEKANO MOTOR COURT
loaded by ordnancemen, whose just one or two degrees. ten, after a seven-month de and Heating by G-E Mr. F. S. Martin, Manager
average age is 18 1/2. Occasionally, heavy seas or a ployment, the boys return home Drapes furnished
wet deck during a storm requires with muscles they didn't know Wall to Wall Carpeting and 359 2924
added strength." existed and in peak physical con- .Large Swimming Pool For Full DetailsCEDAR
GIANT SWAP MEETMMMMMMMNIINMMMMIIIMMMIMIIIMMMIIIm A team of five or six sailors dition.
IIIIIIII lift the bomb a height of approximately Prior to deploying, ordnancemen -
four feet tothebombrack attend a 17-week school at
SHIPPING IN? under the plane and snapit Jacksonville, Fla They are
Have you been lookingfor into position, carefully holdingit taught all aspects of weapons
furniture, plants, until the team leader inserts handling with the emphasis on
clothes, lawnmowers, the safety pins. It's then safe to safety.
etc. let go. This process is repeateduntil Periodically, at irregular intervals -
Come to the Largest the plane is fully loaded ordnance safety teams I;
Garage Sale in Jax. with the number of weapons necessary fly aboard the carriers to inspect -

From I 15 to 40 Sales in to effectively complete its and observe methods of @
mission. assembling, loading and fusingall
under the Giant
one Shed., The pace increases. After the ordnance. They maintain a c to fe te :ri L
first group of aircraft are launch- continuous vigilance to ensure
SHIPPING OUT?
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casual sellers. MONDAY m.d.8*S Cafatarlaa tha moil popular highly Iralnad staff and tha yaara of
place In town,and 33 has mad aiparUnca In aarvlng the flnaal food
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L Merit Promotion Opportunities



41HJII : Listed for Civilian EmployeesJax i


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-- Merit promotion opportunities ply Technician GS-8 ((8-18-69)), the time limitations as shown for
4 currently open for receipt 105 Secretary (Steno) GS-5 ((8469) each position:
m of applications are listed t ), 107 Card Punch Operator MPB 100-69 Cost Accountant
below. Applications for the positions GS-2 and GS-3 ((8-12-69)), GS-9 ((8-14-69)) and 106-69 Man-
shown in the following 108 Messenger GS-2 and GS-3 agement Analyst GS-7, 9, 11
. group will be accepted from career ((8-12-69)), 110 Production Con- ((8-26-69)).
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I or career-conditional em- troller GS-7 ((8-14-69)). Applications for the following
ployees of the air station, Naval Applications for positions position will be accepted only
Air Rework Facility, Naval Air shown in the following group from persons who have careeror
Reserve Training Unit, Com- will be accepted from career or career conditional appoint-
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, career-conditional employees of ments in the federal service.
Fleet Aviation Electronics Navy and Marine Corps activitiesin Open nationwide. 109-69 Social
r- Training Unit Det. Jax, Naval the Sixth Naval District within Worker GS-11. Closes August 28.
Hospital, Commissary Stores,
Navy Recruiting Station, Disease Civilians Promoted
r.. Vector Control Center, Regional
Storage Management: Office and I
Fleet Weather Facility at any
time: Under Merit ProgramJax
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics
BOSS -- Capt. Grinstead talks over NAS Jax supply Mechanic, 80 69 Electronics
work with civilian employees Carl Reiter and Bettye Lotz. Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main- -- The civilian employees accountants maintenance clerk.
tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Plan- named below have been promotedin Public Works
ner and Estimator (Public Works accordance with the station's
Capt. Grinstead Takes Structures), 83-69 A/C Instrument Merit Promotion Program: Joseph M. Hulbert to general
Mechanic, 84-69 A/C Instrument foreman (transportation) II, and
Rework
Facility Melvin F. Rhoden to mobile e-
Worker A/C
85 69
Over as Sunnlv Officer Electrician, 8669ClerkStenographer ( Randolph Bevel to industrial quipment dispatcher.CoSigning.
.. ) GS-4 87-69 Clerk Typ-' cleaner, Roger Lee Thomas to
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ist GS34. production dispatcher, James J.
Jax -- Capt. E. A. Grinsteadtook Coco Solo, C. NADCJohns- Also, 88-69 Electronics Me- Fair Jr. to electronics mechanic, Is
over duties as the station's ville Commander Fleet Air chanic (A/C Systems), 89 69 and Phyllis P. Harkins to clerk-
supply officer August 1,relieving Mediterranean, Naval Supply Electronics Mechanic (Maintenance stenographer GS-4.
Capt. D. A.Hempson,who has left Systems Command, NAS Oceana, ), 90-69 Machinist, 91-69 The following men have all Risky BusinessWASHINGTON
for Mechanicsburg Pa., for duty and two tours at the Aviation Sup A/C Electrical Worker 92-69 been promoted at the Naval Air
with the Fleet National Supply Of- ply Office, where he headed Planner and Estimator (Public Rework Facility to GS-13 aero-
fice.A. the Power Plants Branch, the Works Electrical Systems), 96- space engineer: Mickey T. New- -- If you sign a
native of Durham, N. C. he Planning Group and was op 69 Industrial Tractor Operator, man, Robert J. Levesque, contract or note as a co-signer,
attended the University of N. C. erations officer. 94-69 Apprentice (First Year), Charles J. Howell and Eldon L. you are as fully liable for the
Capt. Grinstead was commis- Capt. Grinstead attended the 96-69 Statistical Assistant,GS-5, Donaldson. debts as the person who signed
sioned in August 1944, and first Armed Forces Staff College and 97-69 AccountingTechnicianGS- Naval Hospital with you -- even though you are
served as a line officer in Un- studied advanced management at 4, 101 A/C Metalsmith and 102/ not receiving any tangible bene-
derwater Demolition before Harvard.He 69 Automotive Mechanic (Body James Simmons has been pro- fits in return.Cosigning.
transferring to the Navy's Supply is married and has nine and Fender). moted to mess attendant. means that you are
Corps in 1946. children, six sons and three dau- Applications for the positions Finance liable for another person's debtsif
Since completing Supply Corps ghters. The oldest son was commissioned shown in the next group will be Navy that person is unable to pay
School, he has served aboard a in the Navy recentlyand accepted at any time from careeror Navy Finance Office's newest them himself. A co-signed note is
sea plane tender as well as many is currently at the Navy Sup- career-conditional employeesof promotee is Harold Matthews, a debt and must be listed as suchon
other assignments. ply Corps School, Athens, Ga. the air station, Nail NARTU, voucher examiner (typing) GS-4. credit applications.There .
Other tours have all been with The two oldest children are COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANTDet. are two common rea-
naval air force supply including married. Jacksonville, Naval Hos- FAETU sons for co-signing. One is when
-- -- ---- pital, Commissary Stores, Navy George Young and Henry I. the signer is a minor and the
Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- Gravely, both to mess attendant. other when the signer is con-
tor Control Center, Regional sidered a bad credit risk. The
Storage Management Office and Supply Dept. lender is aware that even thoughhe 1
; Z? C- Fleet Weather Facility, Jax. Elsa' P.Giddens to management could bring suit against the
However the first cut-off date technician GS-6 and Frances E. signer, the judgment might be
for establishing the registersfor Huey to secretary (stenography) uncollectable because of a lack
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. each position follows job GS-5. of funds. Therefore, the lender

,7, title: Data Processing looks for a cosigner with good
MPB No. 103 Clerk Dic- credit.A .
""*r v tating Machine Transcriber GS- Sammie J. Harrison has been minor is often allowed to
4 ((8-8-69),104) Supervisory SupIINNNNNIMWIIINIIINNNINIINNININNININNNNIINN promoted to computer technician cancel contracts because it is

.N.... GS-7. CO's Office felt that his inexperience makes
him an easy target for unfair or
T'OM'SiT'i.re: : Linda C. Murphy to secretary unwise deals. Thus he may back
: ca. (stenography) GS-6. out of a deal just because he isa

'MIHIWWIMHIMHIIIIMUIUIIIIRECAPS... .. 11 ComptrollerBetty minor. The co-signer is then
obligated to pay the entire debt.
N. Cadenhead to GS-5 Co signing is agreeing to
.A Jpm4AEs -A< assume responsibility for a debt
L. '. made by a person somebody else
may feel is unreliable.
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eers of three NATTC men cameto
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an end. LCdr. Pete Evers, Jim Carryl has apparentlytaken
CWO Jim Carryl and AECS Paul to heart the message of the
Rogers, were retired in cere Educational Services Office
1 : monies conducted by Capt JohnE. which he ran during his tour at
: Kennedy, on the quarter deck. NATTC. He, plans on taking advantage -
--- LCdr. Evers, who was training of the G. I. Bill and get-
NEW WOs AND CO .. NATTC's seven new warrants got together with their skipper followingtheir officer for the AE (B) school, ting his degree in education.
promotion. They are (Back rowL( to R) Jerry Rowe, Arthur Haynes and Jerry Smith. is planning on putting his off AECS Rogers, before his re -
(Front row L to R) Robert Robinson, John Rhodes, Capt. Kennedy, Tommy Brown and Arlan duty study and work with stocks tirement was the testing chief
Edwards. and bonds to good use as he for the AE (B) school. During
joins an investment company spe- his NATTC tour he worked with

I Seven NATTC Men Advanced to WarrantJax merican foreign and students customs introducing. and be them-traditions.friendingthem to A-.

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He was also Instrumental In
-. Happiness came to sev- conference room before the ship- daughters and one son. USS Oriskany as Air Gunner.
en well deserving men on the mates and families of Robert Having attended AO ((8)) schoolhe Born in San Antonio, Texas, setting up the Christmas party
for children
first day of August as they were Robinson, Arlan Edwards, John is currently an AO instructorin WOl Tommy Brown spent two underpriviledged
advanced to warrant officer. Rhodes, Jerry Smith, Tommy Phase 5, Munitions.He tours in Hawaii at NAS Barbers through his own efforts and .as
for the CPO
Capt. John E. Kennedy conducted Brown, Jerry Rowe, and Arthur has orders to the USS Mid- Point and with VP-28. Also a secretary/treasurer
the ceremonies in the NATTC Haynes. way where he will continue his student at AO ((8)) school he will advisory group. His future plansare
Several of these menhave been naval career. transfer to VA36 at Cecil Field. uncertain; however they.
CLIPPER.CROSBY SEACRAFT almost all over the world, suchas Another traveling manJohnA. Remaining on shore duty, too, may include future educa
OATOR*ROCKET WO Robert Lenard Robin Rhodes has toured in Spain, Italy Jerry A. Rowe will begin his tion.
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S ; MERCURY Spain, Denmark, Italy, Ger has been a student at the AO ((8)) will involve a shift from Instructor -
III OUTBOARDSi many, France and many citiesof school, graduating in August at the AO "A" school workat
MERCRUISER the Far East. 1963. Once before he servedon the phase office at the AO "A"
STERNDRIVES He was a student in the Avia -. the USS Yorktown and that is school.
tion Ordnance B. School and later where his orders are taking him The only AE to make war-
EXPERT became an instructor of the ordnance again. rant officer from NATTC this
REPAIR rate. Born in Gordon, Jerry C. Smith having been year is Arthur D. Haynes. Bornin
SHOP Ala. and married with two attached to VP 30, Det. Jax Chesnee S. C., he has beento
children, he will ,now be trans- prior to his arrival to NATTC such places as Vietnamthe
264 9835 ferred to the USS Coral Sea, has spent three years in this Mediterranean and the Far East
homeport in Alameda, Calif. area. Noting that he has spent and is currently an instructorat
Warrant Officer Arlan D. Edwards many tours with VP squadrons the AE School.
INLET MARINE also a Navy trainer,spent he indicated that his most interesting Many years of study and strug-
many years traveling in Japan out of Conus, tours gle have been put forth by these
Sales I Service the Philippines, Okinawa and had been spent in Alaska. Living men and they have excelled as a .<0'.<....".
Alaska. Born in Home Kan., in Green Cove Springs, with result of their work.Congratulations \
Hwy. 17 Orange Park he currently resides in Orange his wife and two children Smith !11! AECS Rogers
Park with his wife, Dianne two was transferred on Monday to theT

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S. .,t Personnel Potpourri / '".. ..
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.:". Jax -- Action was double officer. The squadron will soon + ;. 4.19

packed for one sailor at VP-7 be flying Orions. A tor i Pineapple stitch Mock turtleneck -
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\ last week. It was a reenlistment * 0 n, 100% nylon knit shirts so tops! Wash 'n wear
and awards ceremony in the Marine 1st Lt. Todd was pro- i i i right! for back to school. / with neat nylon back ztpil
skipper's office, all forthebenefit Assorted colors. Sizes S,
moted to his present rank July t 1s M, 1,
of Aviation Structural Mech- 29 by Ma j. B. A. Greene, com- I
anic Third Classs Derrick L. manding officer, Marine Bar- c_
Hughes. Petty Officer Hugheswas racks. Barracks' officers got
discharged, then sworn in on together at the club following the
5, 5 his new six-year enlistment by ceremony. -
Cdr. C. I. Stratmann, squadron . .
CO.Then AOI A. J. Haman receivedhis Ladies New i / -- t. .;
the squadron's newest fourth Good Conduct award FASHION yA $ '
career man received his 24th during morning quarters at VP7The ?
through 35th Air Medal. P03 first class petty officer has BRAS ..1 '1t tunhoa R ti"p\
hughes earned the medal and numerous since departed for South America ,
other awards while serving to serve with the squadron'sUNITAS ui $1tL4svAAr
as a door gunner on a helicopter OUI
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transition. .to. the. P3 aircraft. pleted 19 years of active duty &
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become a patrol plane commander manding officer, Falinwill return T
when he received a certificate here for duty following 20 days :
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SPORTS .0-V5!Meanwhile! average., 'Linus' Brewster WAPE In Men' Tell '

I CECIL DPul of award
insists on some kind .1\' ,',L .
for his ballerina' performance '
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SMC George Blackburn while playing right field.Bowling Snoopy Like It Is


This week the Cecil Raidersare
involved in the Sixth Naval The Cecil Field Intra-Mural (and Raiders reply )
District Tournament at NAS Jax. Bowling League will commenceon Dear Jim:
Monday night the Raiders knocked August 18, 19, 20 and 21.a Dear Sirs: We enjoyed your most informative -
off Charleston 12 to 0 under fr ,< '. '; meeting of team captains is Thought I'd drop you a few letter of July 24, and
the pitching of Steve Burton. Tue- .. scheduled for 11 a. m. today. lines concerning your July 17 wish to apologize for our faux
day night, the Raiders met Key Also personnel desiring to issue of "AFTERBURNER." pas in attaching your beloved
West and lost, 7-2. 'form a mixed league or a Noon There's a story on the front sobriquit 'In-Men' to your
League are encouraged to con- page that caused quite stir hereat allies from WPDQ. Of coursewe
For a comprehensive roundupof tact the Athletic. Director at Ext. WAPE. The article is in re have a valid excuse:
what happened to whom, how, 498. ference to a Softball game played Our sports editor, Grantland
turn to page 16 for the latest It Is only fair to warn all between Cecil Field's "Old Blackburn, is a relic of the
action. 'a xZ 'keglers' to be on their best Men" and WPDQ Radio. You i- 'oh you kid' era of 'in' Jargon,
,Before available on the game during intra-mural competition -- dentify the players from WPDQas and It is seriously doubtful that
tournament which will be con- su because the 'acid pen' the "In-Men"which ain't he fully understands the know-
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ducted everyday that there is no ), will certainly be lurking some- right!!! We've called the WAPE ledgeable repartee emanating
rain.to interfere. t vra' where around the lanes. disc jockeys the'"In-Men" since from your microphones. He
""" Local Captures Championship: February of 1967. WPDQ'sjocks 'thought.ulnMen" pertained to
Last week, the Raiders met the !ii! $V te' were called the "Good individuals who had it made due
Roman Spa team,who are champsof The top shooter of the Cecil Guys" at one time, but I understand to their blood relationship with
the City's Fast Pitch League, George Jones, winner of the Field Rod and Gun Club Invita- that they have now start- the boss. He shook his headin
and shut them down in two games Cecil Field Invitational tional was George Jones,who shot ed referring to themselves as disbelief when told that the
4 to 0 and 1 to 0. Pitching was Skeet Shoot held here last a hundred straight in last week's the "Super-Men." The WAPE WPDQers preferred to be called
Jerry Walker in the second and competition. In addition to win- In-Men softball supermen; certainly their anticson
played a game
Steve Burton in the First. Dave week. He shot down all one ning the Invitational he also won against the Chief Petty Officersof the diamond failed to give
Brinker made a fine defensive hundred birds. the Club Championship. Pressing -. Cecil Field, July 17, and the evidence of anything resembling
play in the second game by grab brings the wins to nine in a i Jones throughout the event CPOs emerged victorious.If titanic strength. Granny considers -
bing a drive to left field which row for the 'old men', and they were several of the top skeep there is anyway that you could Super Lambs a considerablymore
left him hanging on the fence still have games scheduled as shooters in Florida, among them make known to the public that appropriate nickname.We .
late as the end of August. The being Milt_ Thomason of Space' the name "In-Men" belongs to offer our sincerest apol-
next match is with the Saint port Gun Club, who shot a 98, WAPE, and the WPDQ jocks are ogies for Granny's unforgiveableerror
The Cecil Field 'old men' are Mathews Church Teamwhichwill J. A. Ormond, S. Snodgrass,and and assure you that hence
----well, whatever you'd like to
still kicking around trying to take place on August 10. J. Stewart who shot 96's. call them. forth the Apemen (Simians?)
drum-up someone that can beat One interesting battle has been In other classes, E. Pappy and We would like to thank every- shall be known as the In-Men,
them at their own game and as occuring for the Chief's Batting C. Knox rounded out the top AA one that turned out for our game and your gifted friends from
yet have had no success. Last Crown, this between 'Red Baron' Class shooters with 94 and 90 and we're awfully sorry we didn't WPDQ, Supermen? ? ? ? ? ? ?
week, the Chiefs played the Lake Linder and Tom Richards who respectively. Class Awas wonby win. Maybe we can get a rematch Until once again we "meeton
Shore Athletic Association and are now running neck and neck B. K. Sheffield with a 95 and huh? We all enjoy read- the field of friendly strife",
came out on top 8 to 1. That for the title since both have a Walt Wipsmanngrabbed the ClassB ing the "AFTERBURNER", so and all that jazz, we remainS ,
title with 91. Bill Arthur
a ,
keep up the good work.
after a ten layoff followinghis
year
w s Dflrv'i win of the World's Champion- /s/Jim Shirah / / The Raiders

in Venezuala .,' ) ', :
ships captured : Ii"jJ ::" "
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Class C with a 92. Joel Mit- < '. ,,, :;
chel worked hard for Class D as 3 + '
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE he broke 94 targets and newcom-
\ mer Vernon Hitchcock with much ts
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 3385 pressure on him, ,cracked 86 to w
win Class E.
A total of twenty two shoot-
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS. ers entered the first National
Skeet Shooting Association Re- 6r e
gistered Shoot held at Cecil and
MIXED DRINKS FOR- officers of the club wish to thank
a r. # : the many members for their efforts ,
Half.Price and cooperating in staging
this event.

LADIES.ONLY /::: t=1 The Rod and Gun Club held a
most successful fishing trip re -
DANCING EVERY NIGHT = cently as they went to sea on
] Mayport Special Services' Boat
DRIVE IN SERVICE <<
fi'
'Kawai. John Morris caught a
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16 1/2 pound King and all who -
CASE LOTS atWHOLESA.I.E attended brought home some Top four golfers in the COMFAIRJAX Tourney held at
thing. Another cruise is scheduled Cecil Field recently arekneeling from left,David Trout first,
for October 4. This and other and Kelly Reese, second. Standing right to left are Bob
PRICES club news will be discussed at O'Neill, third, Art Schrock, fourth.Ed Groff and Tom McGuckin,
this week's meeting tonightat
Lake Newman Rec Center. All far left and far right, handled tourney details.

club members are urged to be
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MoviesMovies MONDAY August I II I


NAS: "HELL'S BELLES"
WANT AD SECTION will be shown nightlyat starring Jeremy Slate and Adam

the NAS Theatre at 7:30: p.m. Roark. Color Action. A&MY/G
There will also be a kiddie matinee ((95 mins.)
{ at 2 p.m. Saturday anda HOSPITAL: "EL GRECO"
Ads
should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville: regular feature at 2 Sun-
Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than the p.m.
Tuesday for publication following Thursday.
Ads arriving too late/" this deadline will' t be published the following week unless the day and holidays.The TUESDAY, August 12
publisher is instructe otherwise. check or money order for the full cost of the ad must Hospital Theater willhavc
be received WITH the copy for the JdDo one nightly feature at 7 p.m. NAS
Cecil Field will have two nightl : "JOE BUTTERFLY"starring

Not Send Cash shows during the week at 5:30 and Audie Murphy, George
Nader! and Keenan Wynn. Color
8 p.m. Matinees will be shownon
Comedy. G/VG ((90 mi",;.)
weekends at 2 and 5
Rate: Miainun charge ((3 liios).$2.00 p.m. HOSPITAL: HELL'S BELLE'S"

THURSDAY, August 7

Per additional. ((4 words per line). 0.50 NAS: "YOUNG RACERS"star- WEDNESDAY

ring Mark Damon and William August 13

Campbell.'Color Racing Drama.
G/F-G ((84 mins.) NAS: "MIDAS RUN" starring
CONVENIENT TO CECIL & NAS FOR SALE 7 PIECE LIVING IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND Fred Astair Anne Haywood and

Exceptionaly 3 BR, -2 Bath Room Set. Used. Call 771 Area. 5 acres 10 acres & FRIDAY, August 8 Richard Crenna. Color Crime
Den KitchenEquip.,Central Heat 7043. larger tracts, Terms -282-5272 Comedy. A&MY/G ((106 mins.)
and Air Chain Link Fenced or 282 5224.JUST1SS NAS: "CHITTY CHITTY I HOSPITAL: "JOE BUTTER-
l\'tanyextras FHA Terms-Call I WILL BABY SIT IN MY BANG BANG" starring Dick FLY"
387 2503 to see. Home Oak Hill Park Call TRAILER PARK Van Dyke, and Sally Ann Howes.
ED C. PHILIPS REALTOR 771 7043. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean Color Musical Fantasy. G/F-E

942 Edgewood Avenue modern trailers & Apts., 389 ((156 mins.)

FREE TO GOOD HOMES ONLY 3007. HOSPITAL: "YOUNG RAC- O4C4tI"Dl

5 MINS. NABS JAX Timuquana 4-9 wks. old Mixed breed GEORGE'S KENNELS .
Estate. Furn. Gar. Apt. Ideal for Also 5 ERS"SATURDAY
pups. a mo. German Dogs and Cats boarded. Free August 9
single adult. Utilities incl. $70 Shep. and a 6 mo. Chi and
pickup and delivery Est. 1925, NAS: "HANNBAL BROOKS" :80)
384 6288. Cash! Like older 2 kept to (
gether. All Females. Call 772- 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- starring Oliver Reed and Michael
sat and Edgewood) 389 0064.( Pollard. Color War A&
Comedy.
1969 TWIN NEEDLE 2421 til 4 and Ask for Smitty,
Auto. Zig Zag Makes button- or come to 4521 Blount Avenue. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast MY/G ((109 mins.)
holes Fancy Designs Blind HOSPITAL: CUITTY-CHIT-
& West Coast. 353 3691.
hems Overcasts Original CEDAR HILLS 3731 RENDALEDr. TY BANGBANG"Saturd.i'Y

price $229. Will sell for$69.95 Buy Equity and assume WATER FRONT .. LOTS Matinee
Call 771 9106. 4 l/2 7o mort. 3 BR, LR, DR, High Wooded Ideal investment.
Eat In Kit. 1 1/2 Bath. Mobile Homes welcome. I mileE. NAS: "DEADLY BEES" star-
FOR SALE EQUITY MAKE of Lake Asbury on 209. La- ring Sussane Leigh and Frank

Offer 3 BR, 2 Bath Living INVEST FOR YOUR FUTURE Rue 7253992. Finnley. Color Drama.((84 mins.)

Dining Den, garage. Near NAS Beach Lot 1 1/2 Blocks to
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING uftlfL I
JAX 388 3097. sea Almost in Ponte Vedra. SUNDAY, August 10
Window units & central units
$2000. Terms Owner 384 -
serviced & repaired. Tylers 103rd & Blanding Center
3835. & Air NAS: "EL GRECO" starring
Heating 4711
Conditioning,
RIDERS WANTED TO WASH 7717970PHONE
Mel Ferrer and Roseanna Schia-
Palmer Ave.
Lake Shore 388
( )
INGTON D. C. -A ug.25th.hare PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS 5161. ffine. Color Biographical Drama.
expenses. 384 7435. Enrolling fall term 389 7622 A&MY/G ((95 mins.) AHEAD
2834 Grand Ave. BY THE OWNER-2 BR. HOSPITAL: "HANNIBAL FOR FASTER SERVICE

1961 PONTIAC TEMPEST in masonry home, real nice ideal BROOKS
Good running order. Ready for FOR SALE BY OWNER ORTEGA location reasonable furnishedor
quick sale. 384 7435. HILLS Near NAS 3 unfurnished. Ph. 765-3666 after t

BR, 2 B., Large fenced corn- 5:30.
2 MONTH OLD GRAY FEMALE er lot. Awnings Air Conditioners. OPEN SUNDAY
Kitten Free! 384 5724. $2800. down and assume WILMAR APARTMENTS
6% VA Loan on $11,200 bal. 6 Duplex near Jax & Cecil.

FOR RENT OR SALE 4 BR. Payments only $88 / mon. Furnished $105., unfurnished
2 Bath 3 mins. from NASi Fenc- 387 5069.ACROSS $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted -

ed Back yd., 7303 Midway Rd. 2 Br., Lg.. Kit., Breakfast
Ortega Hills. Ph 264 4367. nook, 2 car parking space,water,
FROM NAS FOR SALE sewage garbage lawn service '
66 CHEVY II 2 DR. BLUE 3 BR, 2 B, Den Red Brick, included., 1 block' West of the 1OO GUARANTEE
6 cyl., Stick Shift. $85 set of Cent. Heat. Garage FencedRe 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
mile South of 103rd St. Call 387-
new 4 ply tires major tune decorated $400 down. Pay-
pertion. Then wb tuned up tightened and replaced everythingthat
up. Very dependable transp., ments $135. FHA No closingcost. 2541, nites or weekends call 389- needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or
$850. Callahan 879 2248or ORANGE PARK REALTY 0744. replacement of all major mechanical parts* for JO days or 1000
Cecil 771 3211 Ext. 342 264 2411. miles. Come on in and double check.
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS
or 3.HOUSE. TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE
FOR SALE 68 HONDA ((90 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 ASSEMBLIES BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

FOR SALE WINSOR Scrambler) 5700 mi. New tire down as low as $65 month. Callus

Forest 4944 Perrine Dr. 3Br, and battery. Ins. transferable.Must for up to date lists that will
1 Bath $16,400. Central Heat sell. 246 -4652. be mailed without obligation. 67 FIREBIRD 400 $2395Vinyl

771 1163 771 6475 VANSANDT REALTY 387 -1213 Top, P.S. 4-Speed

69 VW Fastback $2395Radio
1962 PEUGEOT, 4 Dr., 404 / 67 HONDA MODIFIED 160 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING heater, automatic tran unit salon.
5 new tires, excellent shape. Exc. Cond. Sacrifice 6573 Machine Cabinet model. Monograms -

$600. Call 772 8530. Commonwalth Ave. 781 4111 Blind'Hems, Makes But- 68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295
tonholes. No attachments
needed Radio At Heater, Air Cond.
PART TIME TRAINEE T. V. REMOVER 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid
Married E 4 and above. Are Evenings, Age 21 35 Must Balance $62.40 or terms avail- 67 VW Fastback $1995Radio

you having trouble making ends have auto Remove yourself able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma & Heater, Air Cond., New Paint!

meet? We can work your hoursin from your T. V.and make mon- chine Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m. 67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio
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with your duty 'schedule. For ey. 388 0786.
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appointment 264 5757.

FOR SALE OR LEASE EXEC. STEREO CONSOLE $67 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695
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Home 3 BR 2 B Fully car-
Male Some one to work morn- -Central Heat/Air, Stove old beautiful stereo console like 68 VW Sedan $1795Radio
ings or Saturday or Sunday pet Washer&Dryer new. 4 Speed record changer- & Heater
Ref., Gargace disposol combination radio. Balance due
387 5339.
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246 1248. After 7 p.m. any- New Paint.
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69 SEWING MACHINE night or day. Will deliver -
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Buttonholes Fancy Designs. '69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW-
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,
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Sewing Machines. Left in storageat terms Call A. T. Madison Ext. 2431
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Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786.
condition. electric. Does
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everything. Complete with at- NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
'Sedan 22,000 miles. Perfect!Call
tachments. Yours for freight and Consoles some with AM/I-M 772-2851. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

storage charges. Only $25 eachor tape players. At dealers cost,
$8 month. Phone 353 MONEY MAKING BUSINESSat
per to liquidate stock. Full warranty!
1946 night or day. Will deliver Phone 771-0409 home raising live bait for
no obligation. fishing thruout S.E.Exp. Clay Co. INC.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Worm-grower will provide advice ,

IN CLAY COUNTY Houses & Apts., Equity VA & & stock of African Night 1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved FIIA resales. $100 'down. Call' crawlers & Red Wigglers for pro- ,

and graded road frontage, $1450. Powell or Mills USN Ret.264- fit in Spring. For Details write Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM
per lot & up terms. Off. Ph. 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- Bill Frisbee Box 205 Middleburg
282 5272 Home 282 5224. tary Free Notary. or Call CG4-6418.



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Navy Looks for Volunteers for

1;

Replacements for Vietnam VetsEnlisted MZ :,


3tF
volunteers for a SK, EN, and BM rates per- Special duty with the PBR '
twelve month tour of duty in sonnel are needed on a priority Riverine Force represents a
Vietnam or on Vietnam based basis due' to the relatively high unique and challenging oppor- k' 9A'
nonrotated shops are needed as demand of these personnel in the tunity for senior enlisted per
reliefs for personnel completingtours. Navy's offensive and support sonnel with outstanding leader- ,
efforts in Vietnam. ship qualities. Volunteer chief ,
and first class petty officers witha
minimum of six years serviceare \ ',.,,,
needed for this special dutyas -_ __
PBR boat captains, or PBR
officers from the following ''
patrol
'
16nd' < .
+ ...
4 +A wRd 'Mt ratings; BM QM, SM, RD, TM, ){ '. ,
fl GMG, MN, AB, and AO. t

s a YW Personnel volunteering for ....,.-. ,! .\,. ,"' ..,"
duty in Vietnam must be at least :yA

18 years of age, be seaman IT'S A GREAT DAY ..- SKC Verna M. Muchesko of Supply
TIfirfi apprentice or above on active
duty and have accured a minimumof reenlists for four years with Capt. D.A. Hempson giving the
{ six months naval service.To oath. Chief Muchesko has been in the Navy for 26 years.
be eligible for transfer to
Vietnam volunteer personnelmust
have completed two yearson
sea duty or one year aboard
serving on shore duty unless Club SchedulesCPO
'they are recommended for an
: earlier transfer by their
i
A. commanding officer. Personnelin
the ratings of BM EN, and
tN SK are only required to completeone Club Officer's Club
-ii year aboard if serving on Tomorrow Bud Clarkis
: t evening Tonight at the club it's beef-
sea duty. the featured entertainment at eaters only. Enjoy all the roast
OUTSTANDING JOB! -- Lt. Christopher B. Harris, Supply Personnel serving in Vietnamare the CPO Club. Saturday swing beef you can eat. The Shell, Fin
Department, receives a plaque for his meritorious service as a currently eligible for the with Tommy C. and Claw buffet is the feature
contracting officer in the subsistence regional headquarters, following benefits for; Preferential Blue Jacket's Inn menu tomorrow evening. Bring
consideration reassignmentupon
Richmond, Va., from June 1968 through May 1969. Capt. D.A. completion of Vietnam tour. Tonight, Messenger of the the entire family for family nightat
Hempson presented the plaque in ceremonies in his office. the pool on Wednesday.
Hostile fire pay for each monthor Masses will be at the club for
any six days thereof. your entertainment. Listen to
Total exemption of all wages Phil Cay and the Chantels tomorrow Saturday, the branch will holda
from income taxation. Special Messenger of the Masses Bar-B-Que and carnival*from
nonchargeable 30 day leave and returns on Saturday evening, 10 a.m. until late evening. Pony
free transportation to and from and the Camelots entertain Sun- rides and numerous booths will
any place in the world upon day night. Monday, rock out of be among the many highlightsof
,; agreement to extend Vietnam tour this universe with the Selestial the day's activities.
by six or more months in accor- Probe. Again on Tuesday, Mes- Sunday, the entertainment will
\ dance with BUPERSINST. 1050.9 senger of the Masses comes to be provided by Jim Mann and
series. the club. Wednesday, the Four the Goodtimers from 8 p.m.until
Ten per cent interest on Clubs entertain. midnight.

savings deposits in accordancewith ; z : v :
SACNAVINST 7220.55series.
L Transportation of dependents r $ I, j= -_ t
and household goods to any
location in the continental United
States.
Field advancemant if assignedto
in-country activities designated -
by COMNAVFORV. Author- I ,
ized accumulation of up to 90 t
__ days leave.
Award of the Vietnam Service
Medal and the Republic of Viet-
nam Campaign Medal with De-

vice.Free
WELCOME ABOARD..AGAIN --- Cdr. Charles Thomas, Air letter mailing and special
Operations. officer reenlists ADR I Herbert W. Hope for six customs priviliges.
additional years. Hope and Cdr. Thomas flew Constellations r. ,ttgNrglrat
\
in the North Atlantic Barrier squadron VW-II. Hope is presently
plane captain for the admiral's plane. : i

PIPING OVER AOCS Jesse J. Arthur retires from HAS Wea-
.. .. .... ..,. ,. wA
,. .. ::::.' fii.iffi\it'trdWjtjw.} >:::: ::::' <':::: pons department after 30 years of naval service. Arthur plans :
to settle in the Jacksonville area with his wife and children,
where he intends to spend most of his time on the golf course.

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t l NEW & USED TV SETS t t I 6:00: A.M. 12:00: P.M. I .
FREE-golf at private country club rl1t m m t NEW & I
i Club sized swimming; ::: USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES t1 1 tr Monday Through Saturday I
with Cabanas, pool de tloning, Dishwashers .: NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS 771.7514
phones and children'. Disposal, range and oven by I
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13AT

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VA-106 Little Leaguers Fly High,


i" I. \ Make Hamburger' of OppositionNAS
;; : ,

ar Cecil... It was a stunning
.,
.
\ victory and a group effort as
the small-soxers from VA-106
;. ages seven through ten routed
EDGEWOOD RAKERS 7 to 0. S :
r I The baseball Gladiators lived
up
;
1 to their jet squadron's name Ip2'
and claimed just one more : ,
': mission complete. In doing so, ) \ ( 1M
I /i they won the Cedar Hills League
? >,,r. pennant and championship.The .
: >,> little Gladiatiors were
:. : ; adopted by VA-106 four monthsago
v
l at an all-pilots meeting. r M
Since then bothteamsJet: Squadron +
LAST...Mrs. L.L. Reynolds, holding ribbon as Mrs. F. and Little League, have
M. McLinn, wife of NAS Cecil C10cuts to open remodeled watched each other with an eye .1
beauty shop at Cecil, helped design new interior. Mrs. H.N. of interest.
Rose is interested spectator. Some of the brighter stars on
his team, according to Skipper II
Wharton Smithhave been Randy
Tine, veteran pitcher at ten years
t.a old; Bomber Bill Bowden third
base, seven years of age; Jerry
Cornwell, a standout in last r 1 1 <01;;
week's contest. Jerry was responsible -
for three unassisted put-
outs in the third inning of that .
game. The shortest member of I.I >>
: the team is,you guessed it, short
stop Roger Smith the coach'sson.
.
In the near future, Skipper
Smith will be presenting Skipper
small-SOXERS..of Gladiators
Little
Barns (CO, VA-106)) with a trophy League team was
hosted
showing the team's appreciationfor during VA-106 Gladiators Open House.

their winning name, financial
support, and ever growing cheer-
ing section, BANK AMERICARDfAMERlCAN EXPRESS-STANDARD OIL
For the seasonthe VA106'ersare MASTERCIIARGE Credit Card HonoredROOSEVELT
ten and three with one overkill -
: of McDonald's by a score MAll
DEPARTED CECIL ... Lt. of 18 to 2. It hardly seems
and Mrs. Earl M. Savage cuta surprising after all, who could
an ace to be out-flown bya
farewell expect
cake as his for-
JOB OPPORTUNITY
HAMBURGER ?!?
nillHHMMIIMHHHIIIHIHIHIIMmnilimillllHIIIIIIHIIIIIiniBEING mer boss, Cdr Neil Craig
looks on and a chief beams O
for the photog.
DISCHARGED BuyU.S. BE iINNIN(; IN JUNIUJUNE
Navy Wives Cecil Savings Bonds JULY & AUGUST Only! Monday thru Saturday

SOON? 8:30: AM 7:00: PM
I Meet Aug. 12 & Freedom Shares NEW HOURS

Full Time Responsible Po-

sition W/ProgressiveLocal Navy wives clubs of America
Parts Distributor. Serving Cecil Feild ff21? will hold their

Dealers In 8 STATES. Will monthly bussiness meeting August ...
Train Right Man To Handle 12, 10 a. m. at the Chapel S :
Incen- Fellowship Hall.I
Outgoing Shipments.
The club will be voting on BILLS
tive Program For Depend-
revisions to the By-Laws and S S
able Individual Who Likes
standing rules and all membersare
To Hustle & Accepts A urged o attend. The club
Challenge.Call will also welcome the wives of out-rank
MrMiller, King all Navy, Marine Corps and Coast
' Sales Co. personel who wish to learn more
about the club. Anursery will
355-2633
be provided.Jacksonville's your
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I: Linksters Earn Second in 6ND / C


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Kinder, Brittle ,
1

Grab IndividualGolf (

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I t 1 1' HonorsJax ?


i -- Jim Kinder of NAS w I p
Jax fired a final round 79 to r
rt s capture first place in the Se-
\ nior's Division of the Sixth Naval -
Ai\\ 7R
; ; District Golf Championshipat :'
Memphis last week. I'1 I'1wr '
Kinder edged out H.L. Gross- II
kopf of Cecil Field by three R
shots with a 72 hole total of 314
,
to earn the title and entry into 'N I!.+ P anxSr
this week's South Atlantic Re-
gional Tournament, also playedon
the Memphis links.
Walt Brittle of the Jax Dis-
Ida pensary finished runner up
to W.V. Meyer of Pensacola in
RUNNERS UP Proudly displaying their trophy for a great the Open Division as he fired a
... 6ND tournament in which they finished second is the Jax final round 75 for a 295 total.
.,' Navy team of (I to r) Walt Brittle, A.A. Mosley, C.E. Simons, Meyer finished the tourney one a a ,,. ,o bsa nt
and E.E. Mitchell shot ahead of Brittle with a 294. .
'
penscola/ FirstIn

1c(7 team play Jax finished run-
nerup to NAS Pensacola by only >t S 4r5 S
ten shots after leading at one time
during the event. After the first
18 holes the Jax team was sec- '

ond, moved to first after 36 THE WAY IT'S DONE E.E. Mitchell of the Jax Navy golf
I holes, back to second after 54 team demonstrates the swing that helped his team take run
holes and finished second with
1225 total. a ner-up honors in the 6ND Golf Championship last week at

Led After 54 Memphis.
awl ,i '
Kinder led all but one roundin
tlI ( the four day tournament as
he posted a three over par 75
on opening day, skidded to an 85
the second day which moved him
back to fourth, and then recov-
,!, ered with another 75 the third
; round to regain the lead going
into the last 18 holes Friday.
I I HE SAYS, ii'tNt$ IS !W '(EtitizitoRY !! Brittle led his division after
\ 36 holes with a 151, slipped to
t second after the third day of
play and finished in that positionto
Take stock in AmericaBuy grab second place honors after {
72 holes. _
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Bow & Arrow L L Kal's KornerBy


Hunter to Have I J03 Brent Kallestad

,
Larger ChoiceLAKE Belated April Showers caused unit's capabilities -- first for-

CITY -- Archery hunt- havoc in first round action of the feit alone costs 'ya' 20 smackers. -
Sixth Naval District Softball .
tour-
In Florida
ers will be offered a .a
bonus opportunity to fill their ney Monday The last game was Cowboy Rog
bag limit during the 1969archeryseason. concluded at 2:50 a.m., yes,
According to Steve Staf- R A MI Assistant athletic director Ex Naval Academy great Roger -
ford, Northeast Regional Game George Mullins commented Staubach is experiencingsome
for'the "We blame that ontheweatherman. difficulties with the NFL
Biologist Game and Fresh
"
Dallas A
Water Fish Commission,archers Cowboys. great
may take deer of either NAS Jax, Cecil and NS May- scrambler during his days as a
except spotted fawns during sex the port were among the six first midshipman, Staubach hasn't
round winners -- the Fliers tak- learned to stay in the "Pocket"for
coming archery season.A ing the measure of the defending protection and has been
study of kill report figures champions, Naval Communications roughed up pretty well. Reports
shows the deer harvest by arch- have him
Training Command Pensa- quite a runner though--
ers to be. a negligible degree
cola. and no wonder, man anyone
when compared to the statewide = Heads Up
I would run with those guys on your
deer population. The any sex Intramural football and bowlingare tail!
regulation will allow a maximum both hovering and ready to Bull-Legged Joe
hunting opportunity for bow and descend upon the complex sports Questions and Answers. Guess
arrow hunters without affectingthe scene shortly. IM football kicks what the Navy's first Hetsman
deer population.To off August'18 and bowling begins Award winner Is dbing these
participate in the hunt, GOLF GOLD--John Pacuk displays two trophies he earned by August 25.Forfeitures. days? Joe Bellino now lives In
archers must possess a $5.00 winning the National Pee Wee Golf Championship last weekat should be on the Bedford, Mass. and Is business
archery permit in addition to a the Rio Pinar Golf and Country Club, the home of the decline this fall inthe intramural partner in a commercial catering -
regular hunting license.The per- Citrus Open in Orlando. John won in his age group, 10-12, by program due to increased en film operating out of Boston.
mits are available at the Commission's tieing the course record with a 152, 7775. His caddy was his forcement of rule which levies Friends of Bellino's in Annapolis -
Lake City office or father, Peter who works for the Production Planning and Con fines on teams not meeting their report he's interested in
county judges' offices. commitments. In a few of the returning to football although not
trol
Department at NARF. John, who plays out of DuClay
The state-wide archery
season local welfare and recreation as a player -- maybe with one of
will be September 13 through Country Club in Jacksonville, has captured first place In
open funds are a bit shallow it might the New England area Continental
October 3. Wildlife managementareas each tournament he has entered this summer. football clubs.
pay you to be sure of your League
in the northeast region
open for archery hunting will be .
the Osceola area, open daily
September 13 through October 3,
and the Camp Blanding area open
weekends only on October 11 & ..
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iii: Rain DampensStart. of TourneyFliers I


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-- Mayport,Cecil + 1
Field, Key West, Athens, 0 1
Albany, and host Jax Navy all ) 1
advanced in the winners division
after a rain delayed first roundof
action was completed in the
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Memphis scored arm one run as Cal- AWAY IT GOES -- A Glynco Navy hitter belts another base hit 327-V8. Auto Trans., Fact. Air,
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p After rain delayed the start of shutout.C.M. Collins of Charleston Second Day Action
the second game by three hours was on the short end of the Before a crowd of 1,000 fans 69 IMPALACustom
Von McClure hurled two-hit
Jax Navy took the field against Raiders barrage and took the a
NCTC Pensacola and theybattled Shutout Tuesday night to lead the
loss.Pitchers Jax Fliers their second Coupe327V8
10 innings before Jax pulled it out highlighted the battle to win,
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Don Stewart the win. Pete the. finale of the first day action, in contention by downing
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