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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1970
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by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f fl cl al expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. F 2.

VOL. 28 NO. 12 U. S. NAVAL.AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 11, 1970
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a4wAQ3'k''k aY (p Bronze Stars for Viet Action fLA. HISTORy.



Jax The presentation of two Bronze Star Medals highlighted an awards ,

ceremony June 3 at the Marine Barracks here. Sgt. Tommy L. Shelton and Sgt. ;;,

Kenneth R. Watkins received Bronze Stars, while SSgt. James E. Melrose was

awarded the Navy Commendation Medal. !

Maj. J. F. Lavin, commandingofficer J i
instrumental in in ,
him and were 'Standing a position
of the Barracks also
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Heart Medalsto saving his comrades from serious'injury dangerously exposed to the \
Purple
r+Fri presented or possible death.' hostile fire,he delivered accurate I
Ronald C. and
SSgt Laney Watkins received his medal grenade launcher fire at the
Freddie L. Goodman.
SSgtLonnie
LCpl. Locus received letterof for heroic achievement while enemy positions causing panic
E. a serving as a grenadier with the and confusion among the VietCong i
from the
: appreciation of Korea's 100th First Marines during a search soldiers and forcing. them to )
Republic Command. and destroy operation near Cua nee' j
Logistical Viet in 1968. The Navy Commendation '
July
Shelton earned the Bronze Star ,
He performed his medal Medal was presented to SSgt
HHl-K off the for his actions while serving as a
MAIDEN FLIGHT-Lt. Raul Vazquez pilots the new
winning feat when his platoon Melrose for his meritorious (
The H-34, which will be fire team leader with the Ninth
runway on its first flight from Jacksonville. !
came under intense fire from a service while serving as career
replaced, sits in the background. Marines in September 1968. ,
well-entrenched Viet,Cong force. planner with the First Marine
While on patrol in Viet.

nam's Quan Trl Province,
Search and Rescue Shelton spotted an enemy
directional mine and hurled a
hand grenade which destroyedthe

.. Boasts New H los North mine Vietnamese and, caused Army a force large to Aia IF I

prematurely Initiate an ambush.

Jax-One of four new, jet-propelled HHl-K helicopters made its The citation. accompanying the h
,maiden flight with Lt'Raul Vazquez and LCdIYJ"P': McCullough at medal said, 'Although seriously
volume of
the controls from Air Operations here June 1. wounded by a heavy ,
The new, faster craft will replace H-34's used in the Search and hostile automatic weapons fire,
Rescue missions handled by Air Operations Cdr. Robert Gibson Air Shelton resolutely continued his 3 Ail
Operations officer reported that 'Nine pilots and 16 crewmembershave determined efforts and, ignoringthe ,,,

been receiving extensive training since early May at NAS Ellison enemy rounds Impacting near fire :::; ,
directed
him suppressive
Field on this craft.' Their training will continue through mid summer. ,
TheHHl-K's have a greater lifting and carrying capacity with better against the hostile em-
maneuvering power. The new helos will also carry more passengers placements. His alert and timely
at faster speeds. actions inspired all who observed Y bd 4''


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Sgt. Shelton Sgt. Watkins

His citation said In part Division in Vietnam from
'Realizing the need for im November 1968 through
mediate action, Corporal November of last year. He was
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Watkins unhesitatingly left his credited with improving his
'
; position of relative safety at the command's operational"'effectiveness

t1 j jkk rear of the platoon, accompanying during the period''
;, his platoon SSgt. Locus' letter of ap-

?jwq" sergeant Ignored the hostile preciation cited him for outstanding -

R;L....,..; rounds Impacting about him as service to the 11th
he fearlessly maneuvered across Logistical Support Battalion of

,,' ', :::.:''. '< "' i". ,' r/v,.' ...: the hazardous terrain to the South Korea from January 1969 to
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v ('t< /;.t.1.x," '*>'' 'f''t I",: .f"bl, >! <'>j' :'"tr;;. <,::;>?t'f:+ 2, V91W\/' enemy,trench line: January 1970.
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t'Mt'OT.'i' '.i.t' ,":t"' 't"'g' E' ,!.l/t 2 N ''''-,1*: Captain Gray Siltcttd for AdmiralJax
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'}, glrEVE; "!' HU"DR. Dt-rOK', 4.<:>15)il':; 0 'O, r,; .p \ .k''AR "f.,.:z/4l medical officer Capt. since Oscar May Gray 1968, has, been approved for
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i Fp.Ji$ 1?: i; .tf'l)i 7"'j" (: .,", s ;o r to rear admiral by President Nixon, It was I
ft f0 : 7 1R't j ; i\"vjilr 1.f;; fJ., tttrG promotion
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J. 't 'j: } f' ; ,i; : I announced by the Navy Monday.One .
;u"'i.-J)5if, rl'4 '''fr "', -l"; ,1 ..r, ,6f'J: ;;:{" 'f4"f.lf ll.iti: ,( ?;j.f If
1. :.Wit dt'f ', f..TUt{ U'lD.IrOVES1J'Ot't\\JD':5': of three Medical Corps officers selected for two-star rank, Capt.
?: f ; S <"' : /.f ff'Jf Gray's name has been submitted to the Senate for confirmation. One
of the other selectees, Capt Charles W. Turville, is a former com-
manding officer of the U. S. Naval Hospital here. He commanded the

FOR NAVY RELIEF Chaplain A. B. Craven (L), the Navy Relief Campaign chairman at the hospital from September 1968 to December 1969. .
Naval Air Facility Sigonella Sicily,accepts Patrol Squadron Five's 1970 donation to Navy Relief. Cdr. Capt Gray,54, is a veteran of 26 yean of naval service. 4

R. T. Thomas, the squadron's commanding officer, presented the $1101.75 check on behalf of the
squadron. August Test Dates Set aJax


The August ad class-Tuesday, August 4; Petty ...
Navy Relief Drive ExtendedJax vancement examinations are officer second class Thursday,
less than two months away, and August 6; Petty officer first class
now is the time to ensure that Tuesday, August 11; and Chief :

your courses, tests, and petty officers-Thursday, August
-- The Jacksonville Navy Relief drive. The following organizations have already recommendations have been 13. The tests will be administeredin 1
that achieved this goal: Disease Vector Control Center, Educational A time schedule is yet
Society has announced_ turned in to' the Galley 1.
FaeTuLant NAS Correction Center, Nayy Exchange
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donations will be accepted for this year'sdrive Regional Office of Civilian Manpower Services Offices if you plan to to be announced.

through Monday. The purpose for Management and Weapons Department compete.The deadline. for turning in ..
this extension from the original June 6 Personnel at AMD went all out for Navy Relief, recommendations is June 15. All -INSIDE-

deadline is to give Navy personnel an achieving a donation average exceeding five dollars other requirements must be

extra opportunity to contribute to the per man. received ESO to August Pale
The current drive total '"r all activities under the by prior Editoral 13
drive after the June 15 payday. cognizance of ComFairj. is approximately 1. Movies Page 13

One hundred percent cooperation is the goal set $24,000. Donations may be mau contacting your The August exam schedule will Classified Ads Page Page 18
by all squadrons and divisions participating in the coordinating chairman: or divisiu vman. run as follows: Petty officer third Sports




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A ResponsibilityO. CATHOLICNAVAL


AIR STATION

K. It Is time to face the facts. At any time In the past Saturday Mass 5 P.M.

year or so, have you said something like this? Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M.
Daily Mass 11:00:: A.M.
'Many today are just turning their backs on responsibility SatuI: aY.Confessions -

They would rather leave, or even destroy, our 10:30: 11:15 a.m.
American way of life than help make It work.'

*, have then this NAVAL HOSPITAL
.. IfyoU, answer question:
... :;,' '. ,"rjave you applied for an absentee ballot so you can Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

' .vbtelnTVour' state's primary election? NATTC

Hopefully, you have, or are going to get that ballot. FOR ,THREE MORE-SSgt. O. Grlshkat, MATSG AE'A' School Sunday Mass* 930A.M.-
After all, you wouldn't want to be guilty of turning your instructor, reenlists for three years Friday. Mal| John Weare, Bldg. 500

back on your responsibilities voting, while a right, MATSG XO, officiated.

is also one of our foremost responsibilities. PROTESTANTNAVAL


H HOSPITAL I
ffj4jf: "; 'Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.

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NAVAL AIR STATION'
ABSENTEE, VOTING.. Sunday ,

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Holy Communion 8:30:
wtm VOTe meal schtdults. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday mtals as follows A.M. Bldg. 750
breakfast i a.m. to 7:30 a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to all
\ COU TS.. 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 ..m.;- Church School ( ages)
""' d dinner a.m. to 12:30 a.m.llupper. 5:00 p.m. to t:15.: Both Dining halls observe '9A.M.
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early,breakfast ,:30 a.m. to Junior Church (Nursery -
ONLVr 1:30: ..m.; brunch 9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper-4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 grade 6) 10 A.M.
? ITe cents;dinner and. brunch for 45 cent and supper for,50_cents! Divine Worship Service-
'10 A.M. Bldg; 750
Friday,June 12 Junior Youth Fellowship
1 P.M. Bldg. 722
BreakfastHot Dinner Supper Senior Youth Fellowship
Hominy Grits Chicken Noodle Beef Stroganoff 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
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Furthermore, a serviceman or woman who Is too lazyor Eggs to Order SoupBreaded Buttered Egg
French Toast Pork Chops NoodlesBroccoli
Indifferent' to vote Is throwing away that precious Baked Beef Hash Cream Gravy Spears Tuesday
right. Raisin Rolls O'Brien Potatoes Baking Powder Senior Choir Rehearsal -

Don't disregard your right to have a voice In your Buttered Frozen Fresh Vegetables Cream BiscuitsIce Sundaes 7 P.M. Bldg. 750'

government whether It be at the federal state, county or Cranberry Crunch 'i
Thursday
local level. Don't become so indifferent that you do not I Christian Science Ser- '
bother to vote. Saturday,June 13
Supper vice 8 P.M.
Back up your talk about how others should be Early BreakfastHot Barbecued Brunch Southern Fried
Oatmeal Beef Cubes
responsible citizens. Set the, example. Vote! Eggs to Order Home Fried ChickenChicken Gravy. NATTC'
Griddle Cakes PotatoesButtered Bread Dressing Divine Worship -12 P.M
Hot Baked Beans Peas Southern Sweet Bldg.'500Evening
Grilled Luncheon .and Celery PotatoesBlackeye Worship-6 P.M.
Sin and Forgiveness Cake Meat Doughnuts Ice Cream Cups Buttered String Peas Beans Bldg. 500,

Cherry Pie

Sunday,June 14 .
By LCdr.George M.Sheldon,CHC Supper
Early BreakfastHot Brunch Grilled Beef Steaks TrafficViolations
Christianity is often accused of making the fact of wrongdoing (sin) Grits Baked Meat Loaf Mushroom Onion
Eggs to Order, Tomato Gravy
I of no importance because of the teaching of forgiveness. Others often French Toast Mashed Potatoes Oven Gravy Brown ,
feel that forgiving a person is equivalent to excusing his wrongdoing.To Broiled Bacon Buttered Corn PotatoesButtered
these people, Christianity makes wrongdoing of no consequenceand Slices Ice Cream Cups Brussel
imposes no cost to wrongdoing.Actually,this is a perversion of the Raised Doughnuts Sprouts
teachings of Christianity.Just Creamy Rice Pudding
how costly and important Christianity sees the fact of sin can be Orange Topping Whipped The following is a report of
seen by looking at the Cross. Sin destroys relationships between people Monday,June 15 motor vehicle accidents and
and between people and God. The need to have this relationship traffic violations for the period

restored is so great and the effects of sin so great that it took the deathof Breakfast Dinner Supper .. .. .. May 26 June 1.
God's Son on the Cross to be able to effect the needed reconcilation. Buttered Hominy Tomato Rice Soup Braised. Liver and-
In does that sin is of effect cost Grits Roast Turkey Onions of Accidents
,no case Christianity say no or Eggs to Order Giblet Gravy or Spanish Beef Number
Wrongdoing is condoned,but rather the person who does the wrongis Minced Beef Apple Dressing Patties'
considered to be of utmost importance. Wrong is called wrong, but Home Fried Mashed Potatoes Lyonnalse Potatoes This week .4.
forgiveness is extended to the wrongdoer.The Potatoes Southern Style Buttered Fresh Total accidents this year
Apple Fritters
one thing about forgiveness that a lot of people miss is that it is a Raisin Rolls BeansPumpkin Pie VegetablesIce Frozen Mixed' through June 1 123.
two way transaction. It can be offered, but it also must be honestly Cream Sundaes Number of accidents through
accepted.This involves on the part of the; wrongdoer the recognizingof June 1969 204. .
his having done wrong and of his desiring to admit it in order to finda Tuesday,June U Totalnumber, of days since last
new relationship with the person he offended. Acceptance of Injury hi a motor,vehicle accident
forgiveness involves a desire not to sin again.'This is costly. It costs Breakf.ltButtered Dinner Supper 19.
the person himself. He must give of himself if there is to be any real Grits Hominy Turkey Noodle Submarine

meaning in his acceptance of the forgiveness. Eggs to Order Yankee Soup Pot Roast Sandwiches Number of ViolationsThis
Peach Hot Cakes Natural Gravy Baked Beans
Grilled Ham Rissole Potatoes Potato Salad' week 104
Slices Buttered Wax Blueberry. Pie
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Cake Doughnuts Beans 4 ; ... Speeding :
i .' ; 4
White Cake'Caramel Reckless Driving
JTAX AIR NEWSTht Fudge 1\: "4 Going .:> 15
\1 violationssign
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JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Breakfast Nine drivers were assessed
Supper
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval( Air Station. Hot Oatmeal Pepper Pot Soup Beef Pie twenty five traffic points.
Eggs to Order
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a French Toast Roast Bootless with Topping
private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'in the JAX AIR NEWS Grilled Bacon Brown Veal Gravy Buttered Egg Thirty five drivers appeared
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Slices Fried Rice French Noodles before the traffic HearingBoardon
Jacksonville' by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication." News Raised Doughnuts Baked Corn & Cauliflower Fried June 4.Disposition of the cases
items are welcomed!, from all sources Telephone 772-3118 or Tomatoes Baking Powder included the following: Thirteen
3119. Buttered Brussle Biscuits lost driving and parking

Ice Sprouts Cream Cups Cocoa Chocolate Cake privileges aboard station for
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Fudge Icing various periods; seventeen were

concerning such should be directed to: Thursday,June ,II assigned to complete an eight -
hour course in remedial driving;
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Breakfast Supper three ,received suspensions;
4747 San Juan. Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Buttered Grits Hominy Dinner Barbecued Beef nineteen were given warnings;
Telephone 388-2755 EQQS to Order Fried Bean Soup Chicken Hamburger Bun three were dismissed; twelve
French
Griddle Cakes Mashed Potatoes Potatoes Fried were fined (U. S. Commissioner;

VOL. 28 NO. 12 JUNE 11, 1970 Baked Patties Sausage Creole Green Buttered Lima and three were referred to their
Beans
Sugar Rolls Blueberry Pie Beans commanding officers for possible
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DOD Job Referral Service ;'



] Designed for Discharge \ j j



The serviceman about to retire permitted to submit job orders'to
41t may find the way paved smoothly the Referral computer facility.
into a meaningful second career At this point based on the
under the Defense Department'snew standardized input from retiring
Referral Program. personnel and employers alike*
Active duty personnel about to the computer will accomplish a
leave the service may register man-job match.
their post-service employment From the computer will come
objectives with the referral resumes of personnel who meet
service at that time. stated job qualifications. These
: -Statistics gathered by the will be provided the employer in
Defense Department show that a response to job orders. At his
t need exists to help the 65,000 to option, the prospective employermay
; 70,000 servicemen who retire contact any or all of the
each year. persons about whom resumes are
While Referral participationdoes provided.

not guarantee a job for a After making contact, the
retiring serviceman, it is employer and the servicemanmay
designed to meet some of his engage in direct
unique problems by providing negotiations for employment
j improved communications with
i :ii the civilian labor market purposes.
11 yii :k p Servicemensoon to retire should
It should be pointed out that the report to the nearest Referral

CECIL PISTOL CHAMPS-The | was Sgt.. 'Qerrili: who, 'won' 44 National Rifle Referral Program is not designedas 'regislrati n'point or'to-the base
Barracks pistol.team from Cecil placed first Association trophy"points. Other service teams a means for servicemen tQ. personnel,"off ice\< for :additional
but one match during the Fiesta of Five participating were the Air Force team from Eglin obtain civil service employmentRetiring ; information.; :" *" "
Pistol Championship at Pensacola'' May team"w'AFB,and four Army teams. The team is present'y personnel seeking a civil
Members of the team are'(left to right)'SSgt, preparing for the Florida State Pistol Championships service position with the federal
Nelson, Mal| W. B. Bowers, 1st Lt. D. C. Beaty at St. Petersburg June 20 and 21. government will be referred to WWII Combat
Sgt. P. R. Gerrell. The high shooter for the the nearest federal job in

_..,_.___ Fire Gave Name formation center, the base Reunion SetThis
civilian personnel officer, or
,,1f"fI, To White HouseIf other appropriate activity where
detailed information and
application
the Americans had not forms can be obrained. country's first grand
burned Toronto, .Canada, In the Federal employers 'submit reunion of all World War II air
; War of 1812, and the British had job vacancies to the may Referral combat units and ground and aircrew
members will be held Labor
not retaliated by burning
computer to obtain names of
zAti Washington, the White House but Day weekend in Sl Louis, Mo.
potential employes
any
The reunion will focus
on a
might never have been named hiring must be accomplished in
the White House. accordance with appropriateCivil World War II airshow and static
; Confusing as it sounds, it was Service Commission displays of original World War II
as a result of that war that the regulations and other governing aircraft
'President's House' became directives. The airshow will be held In the

known as the White House. Once a determination of employment afternoon in conjunction with a
The Americans set torches to has been smoker, barbecue, reception and

t. iit'7 .... Toronto, which was then known made, the retiree objectives will register his banquet,with speakers
; :, as York and wasthe,, capitol of preferences and other personaldata Only 'combat veterans are
... : Upper Canada. The -British eligible to attend.
.. .,..' with the program's, com-
'" '''iT,1i ;:::" ,aiiii. .. : "'" 'burned public buildings in This For further information, write:
.. puter facility. registrationmust
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-11\\ .,. : Washington the following sum be accomplished within the Grand Reunion, Box 383, Ad-
lot mer.After six-month period before the dison, Texas 75001.

V4:,";:,).''J'5...:;" .. :..[.""I. ?'.''il'...,.;'.': :itt> .)(,,! the President's the burned House out interiorof was serviceman Meantime leaves employers active duty.both
,
II the blackened exteriorwas S PAY
rebuilt, public and private, with specific flfllE 9
whitewashed to hide the
employment opportunities will be
scars.

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NO SASPARILLA?-We were treated to a startling revelation lasf
r week when we actually,read the sign at the, Cecil service station. \.
I According to the sign, you don't have to wait until you get to happy
I hour;you can get gassed on.the, way without leaving your car. ,



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At our bank on the base.

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. Parachute Loft Maintains Life Support EquipmentParachutes I


have been slowing squadrons aboard NAS. The larger chute out. The entire
the decent of a freely falling body parachute loft periodicallychecks operation, from the time the rip
toward earth for several cen life rafts for inflation and cord is pulled until the chute is
turies. Since World War I, possible leads! making patch fully expanded,will take only two
paracutes have been required by repairs when necessary. They and three fourth seconds. m
check life raft supplies and There are half a million' stitches
F packaging dates for freshness of holding the parachute
the equipment.Tests are made to together while 28 shroudlines rs hl
check the regulators for efficiency support the parachtist on his trip
in controling the oxygen downward. The jerk that the
fed to the pilots and opening chute exerts on the body
crewmembers at various is equal to 100 times the pull of

altitudes. addition
Parachutes are dried in a large In to preparing the
drying loft for a period of 12 to 24 parachutes, the parachute loft
b hours. The operation is not to checks life rafts for possible
remove moisture or prevent leaks and makes the repairs
mildew, but rather to remove the .when it is necessary. Supplies in l-
dangerous static electricity. the rafts are checked off on a
Static electricy causes nylon Complete! list Dated packagesare
chutes to cling together rather checked for freshness, while ?
3 pv than open. batteries must be strong and
Parachute riggers place the fresh. ,
chute full length on a table to C02 bottles must be fresh and
prepare to fold it.The 75 foot long unopened in the life jackets to
shroud lines are drawn into neat insure proper inflation of" the
loops and the nylon chute, large vests. fc-
enough to cover a twqbedroom The Parachute loft is''called
home, is folded into the knap upon daily to make minor repairsand
sack like container and snapped to sew needed flags and
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shut. banners for the station.
Elastic straps are placed to aid ALTITUDE AND PRESSURE checks are made 'on the oxygen
in quickly freeing the small Photo & Story By JOSH Pat regulators of the pilots and crew members by PR2 James Donahue.A
pilot's chute which draws the Swelgart failure of equipment at high altitudes' can, be disasterous.
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MAE WEST PR3 Lloyd
Tarter mikes a routine check on
the life vest to Insure that all
batteries and flares are fresh.
C02 canisters are checked and he
will Insure that proper suppliesare t
packed in the vest to repell)
sharks and signal for rescue.

pilots and crew members in the
military. Each year since that ffA f 1
time the parachute folder or
rigger's responsibility has
become more and more
technical.It .

is the Parachute Rigger's job lfJ< ," 1(
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to ensure the parachute opens, a ",,i 1-,: ', ,_. ",,. ...'""
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life raft doesn't sink and %
a Mae ,:, ;,
West remains inflated .'.t : ,

The main functions of the '" J.v ,
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Parachute Loft is to pack more ...... -"
than 200 'chutes a month. This SEWING IS A PRIMARY TASK PR3 Wayne Buttolph sews the CHECKING SUPPLIES PR3 raft At the same time he is
includes support for AOMD, Admiral's flag one of the many sewing tasks the parachute rigger Lloyd Tarter makes a check off of able to check the raft for leaks,
NARF, the patrol and weather must do. Making repairs to the 796 square feet of nylon cloth in the all equipment! in the inflated life and replace needed supplies.
parachute is no small task.
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4526 120th St.
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New Hull Rating Gains Approval IThe

Secretary of the Navy has automatically be assigned the schools. Graduates of the com-
announced that a new rating, general rating of SF. On Jan. 1, bined courses will be assigned
Hull Maintenance TechnicianHT 1972 all DC and SF general NEC F-4901 to identify their
t ( ), will take the place of all, ratings will be converted to the training. S
!I > ? Shipfitter and Damage Con HT rating by the Chief of Naval A 20-week( class 'A' school for
trolman service ratings. Personnel. HT will be established at
The decision to combine the DC Navy wide exams will con- Orlando,Philadelphia,San Diego
and SF ratings into the new HT tinue to be administered to the SF and San Francisco. Advafted
rating is the result of the Navy's and DC general ratings through training at Class 'C' schools will
evaluation of its damage control August 1971. Advancementexams vary in length between 4 and 34
system. The SF and DC ratings for P03's through master weeks.
S 55 k a5. were found to serve similar chief petty officer for the HT The path of advancement as a
purposes.Effective. rating will begin with the hull maintenance technician is
immediately, all February 1972 series. from P03 through master chief
personnel in the Shipfitter M Limited cross training for the petty officer and includes
(Metalsmith) and Shipfitter P new Tilling is presently being warrant officer and limited duty
(Pipefitter) ratings will conducted: at the SF and DC 'A' officer.

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years he made plans to do it aboard a ship. Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS ; a aA
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the oath in the middle of the St. Johns River. The eight year .
veteran, Barlar, will attend ADJ'B' school, then report to VFP-63 at 'a '' .
NAS Miramar, Calif.Recreation. iiir .
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Meiser, and AZ1 C. G. McCue TSgt. A. W. Dennis, 679th ':: =i
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Jax-Another busy month is
BLUEJACKETS INN underway at NWCA Jax 86.At the
June 3 meeting Mrs. Richard
Ronnie and the Soul Society will be appearing on stage tonight O'Rourke was elected recording
through Sunday, and on Monday the music will be provided by I secretary and installed in her
Lonenzo's Soul Treatment. Tuesday's attraction will be the Camelots, new office in a candlelight
while the Four"of Clubs will be on hand to entertain you on Wednesday ceremony.

evening. Mrs. Steven Lewis, a new
ACEY DEUCEY CLUB member, was initiated at the
G YY meeting, and Mrs. George Quam
On Friday night the Acey Deucey will present the Rudy Wesley e was appointed as the Auto Tags
Floor Show and Dance starting at 8:30.: There will be dancing to Red chairman. The club extended a
Edwards and the Altones Saturday evening at 830.: Thursday, June sincere welcome to three guests
18, is the night of the special Bob Garber Spot Light Review. Duringthe that evening: Mrs. Richard
week, the Acey Deucey has scheduled surprise Happy HOurs for Coldsberry, Mrs. Chuck Shanks,
your enjoyment. "'tl f k and Mrs. Owens.

CPO CLUB Project 'Happy Heart' is the

music 'c' and tomorrow title of a new project which the
Tonight there will be by Tommy evening
there will be dancing to the Clubs. Mark Castle will be appearing at club adopted at the meeting. The
and Clubs to the r- goal 'Happy Heart' is to buy
the club on Saturday, the return stage on Sunday
night There will be no entertainment Monday or Tuesday evenings, playground equipment for a
but on Wednesday there,will be a special program-Bob Garber and his I school in the Head Start
Spotlight Review. Program.

',' OFFICERS CLUB Tomorrow is Flag Day, and the
ladies of Jax 86 will celebrate it
THANKS CHIEF-Cdr.; R. A. Mason, VP-45 CO, prtttnts letter of
bypassing out flag brochures in
Rudy'Wesley's Spotlight Review is being featured tonight at the 0'
to ABCM R.. D. the chief's for duty at
departure I
appreciation Day upon front Of the commissary and
Club,and tomorrow evening there will be a Young at Heart dance with
Point Calif.VP45 .
the Camelots. The Four of Clubs will provide the music for a dinner Mugu exchange stores'Invitation .
dance being held on Saturday evening. The regular Sunday Buffet will to Violence the
be held at 5 p.m. film scheduled for last month's
FRA BRANCH Salutes AVCM DayJaxOn social education meeting has

Tonight's Shuffleboard tournament"will begin at 7:30 and tomorrow been rescheduled' for Tuesday,
Red Edwards and the Altones.On June 16 at 7:30 p.m. The showingwill
evening the music will be provided by
his departure from taining the exceptional aircraft be at the clubhouseby
presented
Saturday evening there will be 'Dog Patch Party starting at 8.
Patrol Squadron 45 AVCM availability record enjoyed by Duval Sherriffs
the
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Department

There will be music, door prizes and hors d'oeurves. The dress is
Robert 'D. Day was recently the detachment All interested persons are
casual costumed and the donation is $1.50
or ,
letter of 'Your tireless devotion to duty
presented a com- invited to attend.
Jim Mann and the Goodtimers will entertain you on Sunday eveningat the
mendation by the squadron'sCommanding has continued during present
7:30: ,and Tuesday is Game Night starting at 8. Lunches and dinnersare The ladies of Jax 86 will hold a
Officer, Cdr; R. A. deployment to Rota, Spain. By
served through Sunday. Freedon' write-in
being Tuesday 'Fight for at
constant of superb
Mason. display your
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the clubhouse on June 25 and 26
The letter read in part: professional knowledge, sound
BANKAMERICARD-AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARD 'As Maintenace Control Chief management techniques. and from 10 a.in. to 2 p.m. Cards will
MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HonoredIOOSWELt Petty Officer with the squadron superior leadership qualities, you be written to help promote the
detachment in Thailand, your have earned the respect and release of captive servicemen in

Mil superior knowledge, initiativeand admiration of all your ship- Vietnam.
an aggressive positive at- mates.' Chief Day has orders to This month's luncheon is
I, titude, was instrumental hi ob- Point Mugu, Calif. scheduled for noon next Wed-

nesday at the Candlelight.
car wash Restaurant. .
679th Names Top AirmanJaxThe


ONE.WEEK SPECIALGEORGETOWN
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HOURS: 8:30: AM-5:30: PM Squadron aboard the air station Electronics Sec
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... Nichols as their Airman of the merits of his job performanceand Month. military bearing and
Nichols is assigned as one of behavior both aboard the station 60 ft",2 BR, W bath (The most
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JewelersJEWELRY ...., Nichols and his wife, Gail have CAROUSEL MOBILE HOMESA
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captain's office Friday, Sgt. several, weeks ago when the Basketball Championship. He :: !' ,>S'f" .'''!ft>,!' '1:J'h .
Richard D. Dobler was handed a was instrumental in that successas ?$,, /.v..y"it: ; ,,; plaque and letter of appreciation, the team's coach.. >:'f\ p..' 1< 0f,4.'. q,> .,,.r-,", i,i,'w.IiM. :
and Before reporting here the new ; > : '''')' %>" _i
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selected Serviceman of the : .. Serviceman of the Quarter attended whi'; ; ,., tf,, t ftysgk
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Quarter. Sgt.Dobler works in the .; [\ ;' /
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Personnel. He entered the Marine Corps on ;,; ; .
Several points brought forth in ,. a two-year hitch which was t1 'f io na 1>! ::!'h:
the sergeant's Letter were: completed Friday t tAVt.M u
'Acting in this capacity for the Sgt. Dobler said that he, his Emmett T. Story is piped over the side by fellow chiefs as he
past nine months, he has func- wife, Nancy, and their sixmonthold ends a 30 year naval career. Chief Story had been a Phase Supervisorat
tioned with meticulous attentionto ""i daugher will go ,to Winter the AE'A' School since he came here in February 1968 from HS-11 at
duty while displaying out Haven where he will resume his Quonset Point, Rhode Island With Chief Story.Is his wife, Lenore.

standing initiative..has con ;. j,. t ?; pre-Marine Corps occupation,

sistenUy'and: conscientiously' ; . IrA. ".... .'.... ....,.......j,' teaching school. ? Jtf* ft *
exhibited expertisein '1..p. .R : }..' The' runners-up fo.th,; ,.?'i Ser- J t.
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and..li completely-dependable inobtaining A01 Williani'B. Fowlelt}ail'AO !

quick, sure results with IfI 'A' School instructor and;SSgt. ,.
supervision.' Sgt. Dobltr David A. Shaw,' an instructor: 'in
the AE 'A' School.

ffs D Two Depart

NATTC will be minus one
doctor and one dentist very .,a

shortly.As .
of tomorrow Lt William E. I

Mock, MCA and as of today Lt
Chester C. Wilks, DC/will have Py m t.< b f b Sa,O.itY
completed their active duty Nl Mf+'iP

obligations and will become

civilians again. Mti
Dr. Mock will be going to y

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1i1E4I medical training.He .
came to NATTC's
Dispensary for his active duty

assignment in July 1968. Both the ,
doctor and his wife, Sandra, are k ssmow.
native Floridians; he is from
Pensacola, and her hometown is .
Orlando. They have one
MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS daughter, Laura.

I A/wy Dr. Wilks is going to the RETIRES. Raymond N. Gillette, target division officer of
:. JAX University of Iowa, where he Weapons Department, Is accompanied by his wife Ruth as he Is piped
received his degree, to do ashore June 1 after serving. a 30-year Navy career. Capt. H.O. Cutler
I FEDERAL 1I graduate work. presided at the ceremony. Mr. Gillette and his wife plan to travel and
fish before settling down.

I II Otettittfajoe The command New Officers welcomes

1 aboard two new officers to take
the place of two of those that left r
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Chief Cobb Earns Navy Commendation Medal( m


Jax-ABHC Leroy B. Cobb of 'He quickly arrived at the live rocket lodged In the bow. He The citation furthers
the Air Operations Maintenance scene, assisted in medical stuck life vests into the tat e s....'Chief Cobb'sprofessionaliamcourage
Department was awarded his evacuation of personnel and then damaged hull to prevent the under
second Navy Commendation with transferred to the damaged boat. boat from sinking and led all the' fire and devotion to duty were in
Combat 'V' during an awards The damaged boat was in dangerof boats safely back to the base area keeping with the highest
ceremony, here June 1. sinking and still contained a at Tan An. traditions of Naval Service.'

He was decorated for
meritorious service as patrol
officer of a river patrol boat with
River Division 515 in Vietnam
from October 1968 to September -
SILVER BAR Susan C. 1969. -
Metzger of the Navy Hospital's
nursing staff has received According to the accompanying -
promotion papers to lieutenant citation Chief Cobb a l a d 1 e a aH
(j.g.) from the Hospital's com. participated in 224 combat
mending officer,Capt.C.Wlewis patrols, boarding and searching
Jr. numerous junks and sampans,
interdicting cross-river traffic, ?
enforcing curfew and insertingand
extracting friendly forces in
hostile VOR REOUESrto
territory.
r0 SAVfHCSER Orf E FOR
The incident for which he was R wryrt.n'tp M susrrhq.rtrr COUNT WJ At d O ENT PAr
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cited occurred on April 5, 1969 ttiiN ort N N aer RCANJJ'A11pp'
'while he was patrolling Vam Co oqy KRD A
rMf
Tay River T morning his ; RINANCU pRGANiIlo
patrol was'called upon twice to
insert and" extract :reconnaissance -
troops.., He completed btta N" ao
both extractions under heavy trUwRW W'u da etf l..ay ,, ,gMih
enemy fire before directing his + or,oyyr nro uno "d"uI f.0 ar' at,,,dy J C'R A.n too
boasts to reload and return ""w p"M rN
patrol on I / ""n no 9 ,Mr n rr w 1a'q (irrNU? u nq eou ti k tl ant 0"for hmal.
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'While reloading citation
PROMOTEE .- Lt. Mary M. states.'he scrambled his patrolsto
Hogan, a nurse at the Naval assist another river patrol boat
Hospital was promoted to her unit which: had come under
present rank in a ceremony heavy fire and suffered serious
conducted by Capt. C. W. Lewis, personnel and material
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,i n --, If == Atta 'Boys & Ship Overs "' 1 r'',

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Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. .Brewster ; !f. 0 V
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1
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SOFTBALL 2. Laughlin struck out 10 bauing average is .329 and the
National League: A single by Hellrazors to remain unbeaten in fielding average has been
VC-4's Deerinwater leading off in league play this season. raised to.095... To the relief of ,
the 7th inning foiled Ray AV-ORD 10, Dental 6. The our pitching fraternity, games
Meadows bid for a no hitter. Ray ordnance men scored six runs in were not scheduled at Cozy
struck out five in VA-87's 8-0 the 6th inning to wipe out Dentals Corners last week.
whitewash. DeLozier contributedtwo early five run lead. Urich was BOWLINGAmerican

doubles to the Golden winning pitcher. I
Warrior 12-hit attack The Ops nine journeyed to Jax League: Buck > a ,

VA-46 pushed two runs across Sunday to play the Hospital. The Vedral is presently the. proud r \ :"Jt..' : t
the plate in the 7th inning to edge Jax front-runners proved, no possessor of high single game in ..a ,'-- I.
match for Cecil Field's finest as the new alleys 264. Buck also
VA-72 9-8 in the only other
AOF2 Carroll L. Robinson, of AEC Farrell G. Llsh, of VA43
National of the they dropped a 9-1 decision. rolled a 626 set for high series of
League game VA-83 reenlisted for six years reenlisted for three years May 25.
week. Howard received the win. Silver Streak Hardee smashed a the evening. Six bowlers rolled
American League: Ops 7, three run homer and Taylor a 200 games and 12 had 500 series. May 25 under the 'ScoreProgram'
Marines 4. Curran needed relief solo shot to lead the Ops offensive Four teams are currently tied for .

help from Ops' ace pitcher attack.Winning pitcher Laughlin first place and only 10 games
Laughlin to turn back the settled down after a rocky start. separate the first place learns
Marines. Fireball Moore's two Twelve hospitalmen bit the dust from the 12th slot in the league week program should pick up 4c
game winning streak was via strikeouts. standings Weapons is 'temporarily' entrance forms at the Station
Ruby's Rubies: AV-ORD in first place by virtueof GYM, Bldg. 498. Days and timesof
Marines exploded for eight ;'players in the on-deck circle use a total pin fall. lessons are contained in Cecil
unearned runs in the top of the 7th most unique,leaded 'bat' .,eight National League 'Sad Sam Field Notice 1710 of May 19.

inning for a 15-12 win over VA-45.., pound sledge: hammer ..... A DelVecchios keglers finally came
The" floodgates'were" opened, dearth of 'ballplayers' compelled to life last Thursday. Rich Stilley GOLF
?'
with the two outs,the Blackbirds 'coach' Tom' Puckett to insert, rolled a 637 set, Duncan 609 and
usually reliable rightfielder himself (true desperation) in'the Sad Sam 606. Fourteen bowlers Qualifying rounds for the Cecil

dropped an easy fly ball.Winning lineup as rightfielder ('last yearI had 500 or better series. Stilley Field 6ND golf team will be heldon MviYe
pitcher Fireball Moore cudn't speel ritefelder and this also captured high singled game July 610. Spots are opened on '
registered the first strikout of his yar I are une'); naturally he honors with a 243 and Lawrence the team for four open playersand
dropped the first fly ball hit to reeled off a 236. Fifteen other four senior players. In-
career.Operations beat VA-174 for the him. The error was the first of a bowlers pulled off 200 games. terested golfers should sign up at AOC John M. Kevin Jr. of VA-

third straight time this season,,6- total of nine. Dentals team Bowlings 'coveted' Frustrated the golf pro shop with Mr Bill 83 reenlisted for six years May 27.
The reenlistment
Bowler of the Week Award goesto Stott who will coordinate the was conductedby
Cdr., T. C. Ca slimes, C.O. of
Foster whose 331 set failed to qualifying rounds.
beat one blind. I was an also ran VA-83.
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Family Cecil Field'Summer Youth determine the Cecil Field 6nd ExcHANG t
A Home Away from Home ::0'' Program gets underway July 22 team. Host for the 6ND tour. COMM'SWYPlNIISIS'

For Servicemen : and will run through Aug. 21,This nament this year is NAS Pen-
A Program 'or Today's Youth year a more extensive progam is sacola and will be held on July 13- --
DNf.'fI(
being offered than in the past. 17 All tennis players interestedin I' MA tce
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9M5A.AA.: DPNRdIAlfd
MORNINGWORSHIP 10:50A.M.: Mr. Jim Tullos of the Universityof participating encouraged +
Florida will conduct"most of to sign up at the Station Gym.
YOUTH SERVICE 6:30: P.M. CECIL WIGGINSEVENINGSERVICE the classes in the following Squad sizes are restricted to four
7:30P.M. Pastor subjects: Beginners Swimming, singles and two doubles in the

Golf, Bowling, Archery, Tennis, open,two singles and one doublein
Weight Lifting, Story Hour and the senior divisons. All active
,First Aid. All Cecil Field per- duty personnel stationed at NAS WANTEDPHOTOGRAPHIC

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i. /' Mad Foxes Host Outing for Sicilian Orphan 80ys' .


Jax Local Patrol Squadron for 50 orphan boys. other recreational activities are
Five, currently on deployment in The boys are residents of luxuries which these boys seldomare
Sigonella, Sicily, boosted its Istituto Pecorino, an orphanage able to enjoy, so with the aid
people to people program by at St. Agata, just north of of Father Navarrea, the Catholic
hosting a weekend beach party Sigonella. Picnics parties, and chaplain at Sigonella, the
= squadron arranged the outing.A .
:
d'M Navy bus was used to
transport the boys from the orphanage
to the Navy beach whichis
we IMs situated east of Sigonella on the
Mediterranean shore. The Mad
+ ktd Foxes taught the boys how to play AI s n R

F ,, ', American football and volleyball, I d{
and the boys reciprocated by
giving the' sailors a lesson in '' 414! > 4 s;:c' ;i
: : soccer, a popular Italian sport. 5
; < When it came time to eat, the
sailors set up a production line
and turned out huge quantities, of '
hot dogs, baked beans, potato
chips and sodas. k
For the boys at the orphanageit
was an exciting and
memorable day in their otherwise IA1FOOTBALL::
routine lives. For the men of
VP-5 it provided an opportunityto
give something of themselvesto -This Italian ""looks
LESSON young; boy Skeptically at
some young boys who have no ;the football yvhich two VP-5 crewmemb r$ have placed In his hands.
one.to look up to. It was a tired, Although previously?unacquainted with the American sport the boys
M ) but 'happy group of, youngsterswho caught on quickly under the guidance of the Mad Foxes, and spent
left the beach that afternoon. hours their
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I Marine; Unit Gets New NameJax ,

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The Marine Aviation In his recommendation, the Three MATSG Marines were
Detachment received a new colonel stated, 'MA uG is the awarded Meritorious Masts
designation May 27. By order of second largest command aboard Thursday. They are: LCpl. JohnC.
Lt Col. R P. Eckmann, commanding NAS ..with on board strength Winberly, for graduating as
offier, it has been of fluctuating as I high as 1,200 High Marine in AO School; LCpl. I
fidally redesignated as a Marine Marines.' James J. Brown for his work on
Aviation Training Support Group Newsmakers at MATSG Include the MATSG Drill Team and being
(MATSG) Sgt Bertley V. Engladewho High Marine in AE 'A' School;
MATSG is a new activity in received a Certificate of and PFC David M. Brown for his
name only. Its men and its Commendation Monday for work on the MATSG Drill Team
missions will remain unchanged. outstanding performance while and graduating from AE 'A'
According to Lt Col.Eckmann, serving as a squad leader with School. LCpl. Wimberly was
the name change was due Company E, Second Balltalon promoted to his present rank at
primarily to the misleadingword Third Marines in the Republic of the ceremony. 0
'detachment' which, he Vietnam from April 1968 to Also promoted last week was
mod;is"not definitive and does February 1969. The presentationwas LCpl. Jack Gellman. LCpl.
not accurately reflect the status made by MATSG CO, Lt Col. Gellman is currently attached to
of this command Eckmann. MATSG's Public Affairs Office.


I Cost Reduction Success for 679thJax FIRST CLASS SHIPS SKI James K. Christian, a 16 year Navy
veteran agrees to reenlist for six additional years in the office of
Weapons Officer, Cdr. K. J. Greenhaw. Christian, who works In the
The 679th Air Force The major cost reduction Richard F.Simpson, the CEM AUW detachment, plans to receive orders in August.
Radar Squadron here has surpassed project was on the ANFPS66Asearch Maintenance Officer, revealed
the Aerospace Defense radar, owned by the:Air that, the Naval Air Rework
Command Cost Reduction, Goal of Force and operated by the FAA. 'Facility could refinish the Foreign Schools Offer
$24,000 for fiscal year 1970. The' radar's waveguide, had waveguide system at a cost of
MSgt William S. Sandidge, the become badly corroded and $350. NARF cleaned and beadedthe
cost reduction ,I monitor, reports contained moisture. Through silver plated waveguide in Education to Military. :
that through the year many small normal supply channels, minimum time. This radar is a
savings projects and one major replacement of the defective dual channel set and was able to
reduction of $13OOOw re achieved parts would have cost $13,391.46.A remain operational during the WASHINGTON (AFPS) Dr. Brodsky told a Senate
by this squadron. study directed by Capt. complete repalr'tlme.Dance Schools for military and civilian subcommittee, 'The North
dependents ,overseas compare Central ,Association of Collegesand
favorably with the better Secondary Schools, the
PayLAFRA Plans Partyevening stateside schools, according to Association that accredits our
Dr. Nathan Brodsky, associate high schools,has indicated that in
Want Ads of Unit 91 at the clubhouse on deputy assistant secretary of general the quality of education,
of the Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Collins Rd. defense for education. the level of teaching and the
Reserve Association held their Mrs. Joseph Pierotti presidedand general supprt of the schools
monthly meeting last Monday after the opening rituals, Tuition N.ws compare favorably with the
guests were introduced and better schools stateside.'
welcomed. Standing committeesgave
their reports, and the If you are stationed in any of Estimate for student
the following states, and enrollment for Fiscal Year 1971,
election of a new board of officersfor you your
ELLOWTA the coming year was next on dependents should be charged 'in is 180,134. This is 700 fewer than
the agenda: state' tuition at state owned last year. The FY 1970 figure is
Members are preparing for a colleges and universities without for 900 from the Atlantic area and
gala time this coming Saturday having to meet regular residency 800 from the Pacific. The lower
figure for the FY forecast is
a Dog Patch dance will be tap for requirements. 1971
354-5511 because of estimated. force
Phone all members and their guests. reductions.. '
After the business meeting, California

SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE refreshments were served by Colorado Dr.,Brodsky said, 'We believe
DISPATCH Mrs.Thomas Lancaster and Mrs. Hawaii the requested resources will
RADIO Richard Atkinson. A door prize Louisiana provide a sound educational
was donated by Mrs. John North Dakota program for the dependents of -
Forgarty. Ohio military and civilian personnel
l Tennessee stationed overseas. The FY 1971
5liURN 19 NEEDLESS Texas request_will result in an averageper
DAYfETrmgEiy7oti Utah pupil cost (excluding our
WashingtonWisconsin unique-school costs and tuition
fee cost) of 64825. This is an
Y increase of $31.34 per pupil over
For further information, In- the FY 1970 per pupil cost of
terested persons should contactthe $616.91.

particular college registrar. 'Our dependents schools are

r k} ; 4 r. x ., \ti. 1 still below the national averageper
'bi ,
si ) b R r t ,M q a s4 d afa<
+ pupil cost of$741 for FY 1970,
as reported by the United States
1 I I Office of Education for com-
parable program elements.'
} McOonatd'sssry a.r M 4V iqSZRg, $a at
n *, ov r 2 million bass oft ,mfY7e 0E The Department of Defense
everyday employs more than 8,000
American teachers and other

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>
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Limit I Westinghouse 88* ( nan

14 Lb.WEshr.
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HISHERSLIGHTERS Limit I 1 Ji/las/


+ r FF 1' M1 V'lAt tC $168 7 TriisistorRADIO San Juan at Niblick.

Phon M4-44M:
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Model -
NOW 49 olt J and 3 Bedrooms
LA280C Gardtn Type Apartmtnts with
Limit I WMOI49M Kitchens equipped",
General Electric $366Limit with G..
Raagts A
C:1 liburalldgst Black White Rfngarafors
Individual AU '
? =- ......., '.Y.'$64 I ., Heating furnished by OEDrapas (auditioning anU, .

4227 Blinding Boulevard e Wall to Wall Carpeting
GOODYEAR Service Store, Large Swimming Pool
,6546,'Normandy Boulevard 5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 781-9211
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY t' CLASSIFIED.. ADVERTISINGPublisher .
Publisher '

.. : 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE

< .,'. JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville i for publication the following Thursday. Ads

AFTERBURNER ..' arriving too late for this deadline will be ors

NAS. Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE i published the following week unless the

; 'AI publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Movies,will be shown nightly at MONDAY,JUNE 15
money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater' at 7:30 p.m.

received WITH the copy for the ad. There, wills, also be a. kiddie NAS: 'Barbarella' starringJane
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE! Minimum charge (1 lines) $1.00 rrtalinefcat'2: p.m. Saturday:and a Fonda and John Phillip

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line (4 words per line) SO Cents, regular feature at 2pm. Sunday. Law. Color Satire. 'R' E. ((98

and holidays, mins.)
,. ... The Hospital.Theater will l ha$' Hospital: 'Krakatoa, East of '
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Java'

WIL-MARAPTS. Field will have two nightly shows

K1V'' i:_l=t:,.EM.D' L',,,.,;, ""OVM'' ,rtTW"" .M& ,, Rlillm 2 Br.. LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec: Kit., during thc.vwcck at 5:30-and: 8 TUESDAY,JUNE 16
'''' ''''''> '' .w 'W '''''''>'''''''
" Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off p.m. M line swill be shown.on

- ------ street.Furn. $95.Water Unfurn., Garbage$115. Furn.& Sewage(plus weekends' at':2 and 5, p.m. NAS: 'The Prime of Miss Jean

SERVICE WIVET JUSTISS TRAILER PARK tax) 3872541. Nights 8. weekends 3890744. Brodie' starring Maggie Smith
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS' 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern THURSDAY,JUNE 11 and Robert Stevens. Color
,Jobttnder72 Cassat.Sl7.M26 or.1022' trailer and Apt. 3893007. Drama. 'M' E. (116 mins.)
',Park Street, 3547888. ORANGE PARK NAS: 'The Great Bank Rob Hospital: 'Barbarella'WEDNESDAY
2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., bery' starring Zero Mostel and
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. Kim Novak Color Comedy
( Mobile Home Park) V. Mile Elizabeth Apts., 77M405 or 771.3355 JUNE 17
SALESMAN WANTEDPart Western. 'M' G. ((97 mins.)
time to iworh. Naval' Air NoSh of,and NAS, lots and.rentals. Near Hospital: 'Don't ,Drink the 'The Rebel'
schools shopplng.center. Clean, NAS: Young
StatlonJjJrospects; Call Don ark, 733,,(. \ ) ORANGE PARK I Water" Jackie Gleason
I.." and reasonable, rates. Manager ,on : 'istarring ,starring Jose 'Fenerand ;Gina
premises. Children and pets Lakeside Estates, and Estelle Parsons: ,Color Lollabrigida. Colpf Drama 'M'lV.

welcome. 6301 Roosevelt.. 384-6264." f .P Unfurn.,. 4 :BRi,> 2Vi' 'B., Sep ,t.R-DR, 'Comedy:. ,'G':G. (98, mins.)I 'GV' (105'tiniY'Hospital ) '" ..
PAR1 : Fam!, RMw-fpl... Dbl Gar.,Cent 'H&A.., ,
-TIME HELP\VANTED o RIVERVIEW MOBilE u PARk"For J' $280: Avail July 20 r. 264-6630. (i : "'The:Prime of Miss
Evenings, Sat. & Sun., 388.1324.INVESTMENT HOME FRIDAYJUNEIZNAS
Rent Riverfront mobile home .
spaces for people who care. Quiet,
"' "
""
large shaded lots, with large patios, t" ': :: 1 : 'King of the Grizzlies'
,
Have $30,000 'I with' paved streets, excellent drinking : m" .:' :
Triple It fast : : starring John Uesno'and Chris
.. J
water & ,
secured Investment In local land no mosquitoes. Free boat """ '" '
subdivision. Large lake lot free. 387, dockage.:.' Adults only. 12 miles So. of Wiggins. Color Adventure. 'G'V.G. rr
7379. NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek (93 mins.)
Ph. ((904)) 2843369. Green Cove Hospital: 'The Great Bank ,
Springs. ALL FLORIDA. Robberv'
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL

68 ATLAS Accelerated correspondence course. .." .,,<.,<
IIMmllBlil ':'
12x50, 2BR., like new. $79 a month R.E: law. Prepare for state SATURDAY,JUNE \ :}-
payments, $500 equity or best offer. examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax., .
7813874. 322107716877. L.F. Nastrl, Reg. R.E. Iftif
Bkr. NAS: 'Zigzag' starring George I
BE A RADIO OR
68 BELMONT Kennedy and Anne Jackson.

TVANNOUNCERRecorded message by leading an- 12x55, AC, Owner. $3440. 7728691. Color Mystery Drama. 'M' V. G, P'...:, .

nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. (105 mins.)
l
3552944. tgIUltAtIJ'l(! I: Hospital: 'King of the Griz

.. .. zlies' 1
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH ll il NAS Matinee: 'Shenandoah' I<; ...: t
Wilford's Fish .
Camp.264-9707' } torooa' ,
starring James Stewart and
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast ;
Doug McClure. Color Drama.
and West Coast 3533691.'
t8 >'
'HIDDEN WATERS' (105 mins.)
GEORGE'S KENNELS Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots *
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free plc'kupand available. Excellent fishing, boating,
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle FOR SALE
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also,
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 permanent home area. High, wooded Boat, 12 ft., Sears aluminum Vee- SUNDAY,JUNE
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Perfect, $80. Call 771-7897 after 7 p.m.
Edgewood) 3890064. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. NAS: 'Krakatoa, East of Java' Lt
starring Maximilian Schell and y _
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS CREDIT UNION RBPO Brain Keith. Color Adventure.'G' CREDITlike t
ORTEGA FORESTAREABy 1969 Nova,2DR., HT,V-8,spd.., R&H, "
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape Owner.3BR.,fenced yard, Conv. to Vinyl roof. $1995. 68 Buick Skylark V.G. ((127 mins.) fire, UJB Aan-arpet,
players. At dealers cost to liquidate''' Jax and Cecil. 4616 Homestead Rd. "It U easy to start, but Unf.
V-8, Hospital 'Zigzag'
,
2Dr. HT, PS, :
PB, R&Htln'YI
stock. Full warranty I Phone 771-0409. $15,500 plus closing. roof, Wholesale $1800. crone when It gets out of con
trol." (Photo Columbia
courtesy
100
percent financing If qualified. See
DISHWASHER FOR SALE, FOR SALE OR RENT A. T. Madison Bldg. 39 NAS or call Pictures)
Kenmore Automatic portable, very. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Ext. 2431.
good condition $50.00 7716515. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN..Call or drop by for 1966 MUSTANG
map,sales and rental list. Call Powellor AT,AC R&H, PS, Vinyl top. 4 good WESTSIDE
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. tires. $1050. 2645225.
Auto AC., central & window units
serviced & repaired. ORANGE PARK REALTY VOLKSWAGEN INC. .
Tylers Heating &Air Conditioning MILITARY, FREE NOTARY.RENTIN' ,

471T Palmer (Lake Shore)
388- 16.1 & RBPENTIN" r?/, r, SELLING USED CARS

4 bedrooms, 1.1baths plus large uwseewasrt+eAM
YES, BEELINE FASHIONSAre family room, hobby shop, 'fruit on the
sold In Jax by Lois Vincent. 781- trees'. Fenced yard. Call for details. 100 GUARANTEE
%
557.2. 2376.Colonial"Realty- Co. Realtor MLS 396-


FOR SALE
New Kimball 'Swinger' Organ (with NEWS&4 BEDROOM
rhythm section) great buy! After 6 Homes Under 235 Louise T. Bailey, VOLKSWAGENS
p.m. Call 7862458. Broker. Phone 771-3605 or 246-8253.



IMPI MACS .FHA-VA $700 M
New set, For 4 lug VW Reasonable.. 3BR.,ItoB.,Fla. Rm.,On.100 by 200 ft. from
781.4108 or 7817468. of that good earth,fenced. Conv. Cecil
& NAS. Small down quick moveIn.Ed. .
C. Philips, Realtor. 387-2503. 63's

FREE Thru '
Adorable'7 week old.Black.&:White' : ,, .'
kittens. Potty trained. ',Call 771-5410 t 1: ;.RMM 1Im, : 69'.

after 5 p.m. ... '

t "r COUNTKY'LIVINO "f" J ,... 'Ill

CLOSEOUTS 2BR., Furn. Duplex off Ricker Rd. $80..
Stereo FACTORY console combination $87.- $25 cleaning deposit. 725-0574 or 772- j J' ....WEEKEND SPECIALS...

Deluxe zlg zag sewing machine $42. -- 1965 FORD.
Both fully guaranteed. Phone 353-1946 :1-
Will deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main 3112.BUSINESS 4 Dr., AT, 6 Cyl. Economical Transportation

Street. FATHER'SDAY' 1968 CORTINASta.

FOR SALE SALEWonderful All Year of Wag. R&H, AT, 'AC Less than 13000 mi.WESTSIDE' .
White poodle, miniature, AKC, Male. FOR
2646942. DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
business
opportunity for retiring Naval SUtiM.2lMrKiyrtoMHts.45.miriRtftfromJu .
FOR SALE personnel and wives. 1st class '
Used Furn Crib (without
Baby : house downtown
mattress), lumper chair, car bed' Jacksonville steak doing a big 9annuwat MOIILE HOME Mimi SITES sills
infant"seat, potty chair, diaper pail, volume of business with Clear Tatar.wl..111 VOLKSWAGEN INC. '
Hl-chair,blankets and sheets for crib. servicemen and civilians. HUNTINOtlOATINfiFiihtaj. .-
Ph. 7712778. $5,000 cash plus terms on' .lass Ian iIMOWM .
balance. Will guarantee returnof CENTER NEAR 1150 LiRe ,,',.e., So. Phou 7al. 511
Investment. In.1 yr. If CAUfOHAffOIMMtNTClyde
SEWING MACHINE Interested, for further W.Simpson& Cu. Open Daily I to 1:30.Saturday 8- to 5.
REPAIRSCall Information please contact Mr. REALTOR Sunday 1 to 6 PM
3536901. Free estimates- pick up Frank 3SM703 or 388-4970. 356-6849
& delivery.



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II Marine Unit Gets New NameJax


The Marine Aviation In his recommendation, the Three MATSG Marines were
Detachment received a new colonel stated, 'MATSG is the awarded Meritorious Masts
designation May 27. By order of second largest command aboard Thursday. They are: LCpl. JohnC.
Lt. Col. R P. Eckmann, commanding NAS ... I with on board strength Winberly, for graduating as ,.w
offier, it has been officially fluctuating as high as 1,200 High Marine in AO School; LCpl. TM
redesignated as a Marine Marines. James J. Brown for his work on
Aviation Training Support Group Newsmakers at MATSG Include the MATSG Drill Team and being
(MATSG) Sgt. BerUey V. Engladewho High Marine in AE 'A' School;
MATSG is a new activity In received a Certificate of and PFC David M. Brown for his
name only. Its men and its Commendation Monday for work on the MATSG Drill Team
missions will remain unchanged. outstanding performance while and graduating from AE 'A'
According to Lt.Col.Eckmann serving as a squad leader with School. LCpl. Wimberly was
the name change was due Company E, Second Balltaion promoted to his present rank at
primarily to the misleadingword Third Marines in the Republic of the ceremony.
'detachment' which, he Vietnam from April 1968 to Also promoted last week was
sa -'k'not definitive and does February 1969. The presentationwas LCpl. Jack Gellman. LCpl. y fi
not accurately reflect the status made by MATSG CO, Lt Col.! Gellman is currently attached to
of this command Eckmann. MATSG's Public Affairs Office.


_ Cost Reduction Success for 679thJax FIRST CLASS SHIPS SKI James K. Christian, a 16 year Navy
veteran agrees to reenlist for six additional years In the office of
Weapons Officer, Cdr. K. J. Greenhaw. Christian, who works in the
The 679th Air Force The major cost reduction Richard F.Simpson, the CEM AUW detachment, plans to receive orders in August.
Radar Squadron here has surpassed project was on the AN-FPS-66A Maintenance Officer, revealed
the Aerospace DefenseCommandCostReductionGoal search radar, owned by the Air that the Naval Air Rework
of Force and operated by the FAA. Facility could refinish the Foreign Schools Offer
$24,000 for fiscal year 1970. The. radar's' 'waveguide had waveguide system at a cost of
MSgt.William S. Sandidge, the become badly corroded and $350. NARF cleaned and beadedthe '
cost reduction I monitor, reports. contained moisture. Through silver plated waveguide in Education to Military
that through the year many small normal supply channels, minimum time. This radar is a
savings projects and one major replacement of the defective dualchannelset and was able to
reduction of $13OOOw re achieved parts would have cost $13,391.46.A remain operational during the WASHINGTON (AFPS) Dr. Brodsky told a Senate
by this squadron. study directed by Capt. complete repair'tlme.Dance Schools for military and civilian subcommittee, 'The North
dependents ,overseas compare Central Association of Collegesand
favorably with the better Secondary Schools, the
LAFRA PlansJax Party stateside schools, according to Association that accredits our
Dr. Nathan Brodsky, associate high schools,has indicated that in
Want Ads Pay The members of Unit 91 evening at the clubhouse on deputy assistant secretary of general the quality of education,
of the Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Collins Rd. defense for education. the level of teaching and the
Reserve Association held their Mrs. Joseph Pierotti presidedand general supprt of the schools
monthly meeting last Monday after ,the opening rituals, Tuition News compare favorably with the
guests were introduced and better schools stateside.' :
welcomed. Standing committeesgave
their reports, and the If you are stationed in any of Estimate for student
ELLOWAIPhone election of a new board of officersfor the following states, you and your enrollment for Fiscal Year 1971,
I the coming year was next on dependents should be charged 'in is 180,134. This is 700 fewer than
the agenda: state' tuition at state owned last year. The FY 1970 figure is
Members are preparing for a colleges and universities without for 900 from the Atlantic area and
800 from the Pacific. The lower
gala time this coming Saturday- having to meet regular residency
figure for the FY 1971 forecast is
a Dog Patch dance will be tap for requirements.
because of estimated force
354-5511 .
all members and their guests. : '
reductions: .
After the business meeting, California
SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE refreshments were served by Colorado Dr. Brodsky said, 'We believe
DISPATCH Mrs.Thomas Lancaster and Mrs. Hawaii the requested resources will
RADIO Richard Atkinson. A door prize Louisiana provide a sound educational
was donated by Mrs. John North Dakota program for the dependents of -
Forgarty. Ohio military and civilian personnel
l Tennessee stationed overseas. The FY 1971
UNIUItU IS NEEDLESS Texas request will result in an averageper

,., At7Wrur/rm' v7Dh Utah pupil cost (excluding our
;'..,;" WashingtonWisconsin unique-school costs and tuition
: .-...'lfJll.t:.
fee cost) of $648.25. This is an
I
,
\ increase of $31.34 per pupil over
1 '\ I' i For further information In- the FY 1970 per pupil cost of
L ,
:.. ...
$616.91.'Our.
terested
:.-: persons should contactthe
particular college registrar. dependents schools are
still below the
J \Ii. i national averageper
pupil cost of$741 for FY 1970,
as reported by the United States
1 I 1 i '
Office of Education for com
a G
+M pe 7fi'Y'G dx
? b'r'"M 'Vr"a" CY y R' ; '
parable program elements.

oylr 2 million Mp ei UMm t tbk 0E The Department of Defense
employs more than 8,000
$ tx American teachers and other
professional personnel in 308
schools scattered throughout 27
countries. Dr. Brodsky told the
subcommittee that few teachersare
-.....-... sry iErir June 20 leaving the system this year
GENERAL and a large number of educators

x JA=y M N Fr.:1: ELECTRIC EVI1Ir have applied for positions.
v%\ '
HIS/HERS 'ACUSTIFOAM'

STEIEO AIR

FLASHLIGHTS $299 COOLCUSHIONS,
ONLY -J

$1.96 Model G-915. (

I Limit I Westinghouse 88* (! yt' tan


'HISHERSLIGHTERS Wisher 14 Lb. Limit I J iI/as


$168 7 Troisistor San Juan at NiblickPhonelS444W '


NOW 49* Model RADIO -1, 2 and 3-Bedrooms -
:LA280C Gardon Typo Apartments with
Limit I WHO 14.9" Country Clu.ILAtmospliereKitchens
Y General Electrical $366 -- equipped with G.L

r::;;::) lil+ ...... Black Whit. Individual RID.esfrl.erifon AU "J aiditioning anJ.
,, "
: = ttlawd T.'.$69 Limit I .. Dr..s Heating furnished by G.!!

4227 Blinding Boulevard -Wall to Wall Carpeting
GOODYEAR Service Store, -Largo Swimming Pool
6546 Normandy Boulevard 5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 7819211'

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Publisher '' MOVIE .

Calk; : 388-2755 SCHEDULE

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JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

,: NAS Jacksonville s for publication the following Thursday. Ads "
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AFTERBURNER s arriving too late for this deadline will be

: NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING published the following week unless the

i. ; publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Movies.will be shown nightly at MONDAY,JUNE 15
' i money order for the full cost of the ad must be the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.m.

OFFICE received WITH the copy for the ad. There, with also be a kiddie NAS: 'Barbarella' starring
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge(3 lines) 12.00 matinecat 2 p.m. Saturday:and a Jane Fonda and John Phillip

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 Cents, regular feature at 2pm. Sunday. Law. Color Satire. 'R' E. ((98

'- and holidays, mins.)

.. The Hospital.Theater will have' Hospital: 'Krakatoa, East of
one nightly feature all p.m. Cecil Java'

WIL-MARAPTS. Field will have two nightly shows
.f{_ e !M lfl1l1t lW61ir: : : > :"tt. .?ii':>>' 2 Br., LR, Breakfast Nook, Elecl: Kit., during th .,week at 5:30-: and' 8 TUESDAY, JUNE 16
: +.uwxvJUSTISSTRAILER -.o/; ; Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off p.m. Matinees-will be shown.on
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage
--- -- .
i Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus weekends at:2 and 5. p.m. NAS: 'The Prime of Miss Jean'

SERVICE WIVE PARK tax) 3872541. Nights & weekends 389. Brodie' starring Maggie Smith
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KIND!' 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern 0744. THURSDAY,JUNE 11 and Robert Stevens. Color
.Jobf rndert72 Cassat.Sf7.562d or.022' trailer and Aptv 3893007. Drama. 'M' E. ((116 mins.)
'park Street, 3547888. ORANGE PARK NAS: 'The Great Bank Rob- Hospital: 'Barbarella'WEDNESDAY
2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., bery' starring Zero Mostel and
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. Kim Novak. Color Comedy
( Mobile Home Park) V Mile Elizabeth Apts., 77M405. or 771.3355 ,JUNE 17
SALESMAN WANTEDPart Western. 'M' G. ((97 mins.)
time to works Naval' Air Norjh of NAS, lots and,rentals, Near
> Hospital: 'Don't Drink the
Stations'tfrospectsj. Call bon.J ORANGE
6700. *: r I k, rand reasonable rates.I Manager on PARK: WaterNstarring Jackie Gleason ,starring Jose 'Ferrer and ,Gina.Lollabrigida.
premises. Children and pets Lakeside Estates, and Estelle Parsons; ,Color' :
Colpf( Drama. 'M'1V.
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt. 3846264.. r Unfurn.,. 4 'B R.<< 2Vi 'B., SeR|,t.R.DR, Comedy' :. 'G'G: ((98,'mins.) { 'G. ((105 mins.)Y'<, P,
'" HELPWANTEDEvenings I Fam. RM w-fpU Dbl Gar., Cent H&A.. ,
PART.TIME PARk'For 3. $280: Avail July 20 ,, 2646630.' o I i Hospital: "'The Prime of Miss
RIVER HOME
Sat. & Sun., 388.1324.INVESTMENT VIEW MOBILE Jean
FRIDAY JUNE 12
Rent Riverfront mobile home BrodiYe
spaces for people who care. Quiet,
large shaded lots, with large patios, NAS: 'King of the Grizzlies'
Have $30,000? Triple It fast with: paved streets, excellent drinking starring John Uesno and Chris
secured Investment in local land water & no mosquitoes. Free boat a7 t\ sw
subdivision. Large lake lot free 387, dockage;,; Adults only. 12 miles So. of Wiggins. Color Adventure. 'G'V.G. .
7379. NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.Ph. ((93 mins.)
((904)) 2843369., Green Cove Hospital: 'The Great Bank
Springs. ALL. FLORIDA Robbery'
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
.y.,. .... d.M... ,
''
Ii> It! ."eJ'I' :' 68 ATLAS Accelerated correspondence course.
..
$ 12x50, 2BR., like new. $79 a month R.E: law. Prepare for state SATURDAY,JUNE 13
payments, $500 equity or best offer. examination. P.O. Box 7403, Jax,
32210. 771.6877. L.F Nastrl, Reg. R.E.
.
.
781.3874.'I Bkr. NAS: 'Zigzag' starring George :
BE A RADIO OR
TV ANNOUNCERRecorded BELMONT12x55 Kennedy and Anne Jackson.
message by leading an. AC, Owner. $3440. 772-8691. Color Mystery Drama 'M' V. G,
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. 1 ((105 mins.)
3552944. t 1i Hospital: 'King of the Grizzlies' L

..
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWilford's .r 1itf!.il NAS Matinee: 'Shenandoah'starring ,
Fish Camp.264-9707 James Stewart and TK1{ .
"<''''!'
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast
Doug McClure. Color Drama.
and West Coast 3533691. :, .
'HIDDEN WATERS' ((105 mins.) t
GEORGE'S KENNELS .Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots .II! .a.r4tiF,
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pic'kupand available. Excellent fishing, boating,
delivery Est. 1925. Poodle FOR SALE
,
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also
SUNDAY JUNE 14
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 permanent home area. High, wooded Boat, 12 ft., Sears aluminum Ve- ,
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Perfect, $80. Call 771-7897 after 7 p.m.
Edgewood) 3890064. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. NAS: 'Krakatoa, East of Java' I :
starring Maximilian Schell and :,:, : w
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS CREDIT UNION REPO Brain Keith. Color Adventure. CREDIT r t
ORTEGA FOREST AREA
1969 Nova,2DR., HT,V-8,spd., R&H, "
Consoles some with AM-FM, ,Jape By Owner.3BR.,fenced yard, Conv. to Vinyl roof. $1995. 68 Buick Skylark 'G' V.G. ((127 mins.) like fire, says Ann-Margret,'
players. At dealers cost to liquidate'' Jax and Cecil. 4616 Homestead Rd. "It Li easy to start, but dutfferons -
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. $15,500 plus closing. V-8,,2Dr.Wholesale, HT, PS$1800., PB, R&H, Vln'ylroof Hospital: 'Zigzag' when it fete out of con-
trol." (Photo Columbia
100 percent financing If qualified. See courtesy
DISHWASHER FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT A. T. Madison Bldg. 39 NAS or call Picture)
Kenmore Automatic portable, very. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your Ext. 2431.
good condition 150.00 7716515. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for "MUSTANG_
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor AT, AC, R&H, PS Vinyl top. 4 good WESTSIDE
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. tires. $1050. 2645225.FATHER'S.
Auto AC., central & window units
serviced & repaired. ORANGE PARK REALTY VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning MILITARY, FREE NOTARY '

4711 Palmer (Lake Shore)
388-5161 RENTIN'A REPENTING SELLING USED CARS

4 bedrooms, 1-V/i baths plus large ueettwercRy
YES, BEELINE FASHIONSAre family room, hobby shop, 'fruit on the ,,ixnoirintr.
sold In Jax by Lois Vincent. 781. trees'. Fenced yard. Call for details. 100 GUARANTEE
557.2. 2376.v Colonial Realty. Co.' Realtor MLS 396. I l %


FOR SALE
New Kimball 'Swinger' Organ (with NEW3ft4 BEDROOM
rhythm section) great buyl I, After 6 Homes Under 235 Louise T. Bailey, VOLKSWAGENS
p.m. Call 7862458. Broker. Phone 771-3605 or 2468253.


EMPI MAGS FHA-VA $700 jf
New set, For 4 lug VW Reasonable., 3BR., MB., Fla. Rm.,On 100 by 200 ft. from
781-4103 or 781-7468. of that good earth,fenced. Con v. Cecil
& NAS. Small down quick moveIn.Ed. .
C. Philips, Realtor. 387-2503. 63's

FREE Thru '

Adorable kittens. Potty 1 'weekold.Bl trained. Call: :&771-5410.White g;,:: !f tb.f ., ;' 69's .'

after 5 p.m. 4

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Civil Service Announces Changes

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In Applicant Evaluating ProcedureChanges

in the evaluation of Under this evaluation process, elements, the maximum numberof
applications from ungraded the elements to be used are point credits allowed Is 28. It
employees have come about as a provided by the Civil Service takes 14 credits to qualify, and
result of the U. S. Civil Service Commission for most positions. there are only 14 points betweenthe
Commission's revision of the However, In some cases a job minimum and maximum
Merit Promotion Program. analysis is made of a position to scores under the new system as
Major mandatory changes determine the elements con- opposed to the 30 points available
include: sidered essential to measure a under the time standard methodof
Use of supervisory appraisals candidate's ability to perform the rating. Therefore, ratings
r as part of the rating process. required duties of the position.For assigned under the job element Swanson King
S Limiting the use of written example, one of the elementsfor method cannot be compared to
tests for all positions and the position as carpenter may that received under the time Six NARF Employees Retire After
eliminating tests as a screeningout be the ability to read blueprints.An standard method.
factor for most positions. examining panel is called
Limiting the length of ex- upon to provide a guide or where Under'yardstick any evaluation is utilized system to 150 Years of Combined ServicesJaxSix
perience requirement as a 'yardstick for measuring a
measuring device. candidate's ability in each of the measure ability of candidates,' ': NARF, employees, Aircraft, Production controller,
Adoption of' the Job Element elements. Several ways an the ratings assigned are relative. have retired' recently in Edward D.: King completed 21
Method for evaluating. applicant may show he or she has That is, the rating assigned in a ceremonies in the NARF Com- years of federal service.
I The job element method is a the ability to do the work are specific examination are manding Officer's Office., Nelsen Bronstein was
means of evaluating an applicant decided upon for each element. measured against the 'yardstick'and Capt. D. ,H. Heile presented presented a 30-year pin 'after
each other.In .
based on his or her potential Information obtained from an against each with a retirement plaque having completed more than 30
rather than on length of service, applicant is matched against the most ungraded supervisory from the Rework Facility. IsaacN. years of federal service.
as was the case under the 'Yardstick to determine how positions, tests were previously Hazouri, an aircraft elec- Bronstein retired as an aircraft
previous time standard method. much ability he or she has in each assigned a weight of from 40 to 60 trician completed 24 years of both ordnance mechanic.
Under the new method, how the element. The sum of values the percent of the final score. military and civilian service hi
applicant gained his ability, and applicant receives in each However, under the revised federal government. Aircraft
the length of time it took him or element is an overall indicationof mandatory system, testsin -- Instrument Mechanic, Mrs.
her to do so are not as importantas how he or she should performon generalcannot fail an applicant Susan L. Smith was presented a
the fact that he or she has the the job. nor do they carry their retirement watch after serving 25 k
required ability. If an examination has seven job previously assigned weights. years as a civilian employee.
They can be omitted altogether.With Gerald T. Elmore worked as an
this complete change in inspector of aircraft engines and
SARGE & HANK evaluation methods, applicantswill retired as a 27-year military and

,'..., .., -- not find a relationship bet- civilian employee.
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Training Program is Success i


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Jax-The Division Vocational, cooperating training agency for William M. Raines High School;
Technical and Adult Education of' students enrolled in programs of Gloria W. Jones, Eugene J.
the Florida State Department of diversified cooperative training Butler High School; Georgia M.
Education presented the Naval 'i McGriff, Wolfson High School;
Air Station with a certificate of The cooperative training and Josephine E. Bell, Stanton
9 1 cooperation in appreciation of program is a program of training Vocational High School.
four years of service as training offered to students who spend Claude Wright Jr., Florida
agency for students of Duval fourhoursinschool and four hours Junior College, and Janice Hall,
County working at part-time jobs Eugene 'J. Butler High School,
Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS provided by industries and are employed by the station.
officer businesses of the .
commanding acceptedthe community.This
RCa=EDs. Responsible Citizens -
certificate in behalf of the year the five training I make Effective Democra
th: station. students employed by the Naval cies. The result of this equationis
The certificate read in part, '. Air Rework Facility are: OscarD. up to you. Begin your 1970
for four years of service as a Hudson and William Long, voting with your State's pri
Jan ce a presents certificate to Capt. Cutler mary. ..

I Civil Service Retirement Act Marks 50th Anniversary.. I


The Civil Service Retirement commission, some executive ,United States is thought to be that Some of the legislative highlights and is now the -'high three'. consecutive
Act, under which about 950,000I branch .officials I and established In 1884 by the, over: the years include, the salarY IY rs.
persons receive annuities, was congressmen, argued the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad following: While congressional amend-
half century old May 22. benefits to the government of a Company. Introduction of protection for ments over the years have
Eighteen employee retirement system. President Although not the first on the survivors of annuitants. Later, provided improvements to the
organizations, unions and Wilson signed the Act May 22, scene in the United States; the this was extended to survivors of law, adequate steps were not
retirement groups sponsored a 1920 to be effective August 20 of civil service retirement system employees who die while in always taken to finance them.
banquet in Washington D. C., that year. frequently has served as a model service. For the first eight years of its
May 26 to celebrate the Golden The retirement act was first for others that followed and has Retirement at 55 years of age existence, from 1920 to 1928, no
Anniversary of the act. administered by the Department been in the lead or among the after 30 years service, at age 60 contributions were made to the
The retirement act, ,was of the Interior and the Veterans best in the United States for with 20 years service, and age 62 federal retirement fund by the
enacted to increase the efficiencyof Administration. The Civil Ser- many years in both the govern- with five or more years of ser Government.From .
the federal civil service by vice Commission has ad- ment and private sectors. 1929 to the World War II
providing a humane means to mustered it since 1934. The original act provided only vice.Disability retirement after five period,appropriations to the fond
retire old and disabled em- When federal retirement first for mandatory and disability years of service. .were generally recommended by
ployees-some in their 80's. became possible,4,000 employeestook retirement of employees who had Discontinued Service annuitiesat the President on a basis to cover
Despite the recognition that immediate advantage of it completed at least 15 years of age 50 with 20 years service or normal cost and to amortize the
many 'oldsters' were still as and by June of 1921,6,767 had federal service. It offered no any age with 25 years service. unfunded liability by the end of
efficient as ever, the then retired with an average annual survivor benefits and a Death benefits to a spouse or the present century
Secretary of Labor, William annuity of $568. The ef maximum of $15 a, month was spouse and children of an em- The federal retirement systemhas
Bauchop Wilson gave this pictureof fectiveness of the act in helping to assured those with 15 years ployee who has been In servicefor come a long way since 1920
the situation to the Congressthat staff the government with more service. 18 months. when it provided only basic
was considering a efficient workers is evidenced by Beginning in 1920, 25 Retirement annuity was retirement for employees
. retirement bill introduced in 1919 the,fact p1aty 1930 almost 21,000 congresses have,been in session originally based on the !'ht. .* 10 reaching mandatory retirement'
by Representative.Frederick H. overage employees had retired, and each has made amendmentsto years of '181ar). llste. was age, and disability retirement for,
Lehlbach of New Jersey, and and 6,800 retired because of the law. changed later to *tMgli.. five,' those having years service. .
Senator Thomas Sterling of South disabilities. From 1931 through --
Dakota.'It 1941 another 45,800 overage c,;
would seem to be high time employees were added to the
:
to recognize the fact that the retirement roster as were 23,000
executive departments have 'a disabled. saL
pension roll whether they like It
or not, and that it is the most Retirement CategoriesIn r
expensive, cumbersome, and"in
many ways Inhuman sort of a contrast the figures for fiscal
"! pension system Aged and year 1968 (the, atest available), L
decrepit employees are retained show 3,000 employees'retired"at
on the payroll at a salary which! is age 70, 21,400' at ages 60-69 and
considerably higher' In most 5,700 at ages 5559.About 15,000
t cases, than would provide ,an retired because f',disabilities.
I adequate pension. These people Today, the average ,age of
t are not discharged, can not and employees added to the rolls is 60 Yr
will not be discharged" by the years, and'their annual annuityaverages' ; ?rnY
\.heads of departments for humane_ about $3,800. For f
reasons retirees" of 30 or more years of
service going on the rolls the
Long History average annuity is about$6,000 a
year. Between 50,000 and 55,000
i The retirement system didn't employees pow retire each year.
come into being overnight The TheUnlted, 'States was not the
U. S. Civil Service Commissionfirst first nation'to have a retirement
suggested some sort of plan'for its government workers. ,S IiIII
retirement system as early as Englandpassed a retirement law
1889, six years after the civil in 1834, Belgium In 1844; Ger
service merit system became many in 1873, Italy in 1895,
law. A bill providing for a Sweden in 1907, Austria in 1914 S
retirement system was introduced and Switzerland In 1919. Three = T
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by Representative Bronsius of (Massachusetts In 1911, Maine
Pennsylvania. For more than 30 'and Connecticut In ,1919)) also CHIEF SAM FILSTRUP LOVES OUR
years afterward groups of em- preceded, the Federal Civil, ':
ployees and employee Service Retirement Act.The first
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NAS, NATTC, USNH and Cecil written by James Dickey, a canoe trip down virgin
Field libraries. one of the South's outstanding mountain waters that are soon to
Summer is here! There is time poets. The balancing weight of be damned into a lake.
now for taking leave and going on ordinary life serves as the backdrop DELIVERANCE book to read
vacation. Now, too, is the time to for the harrowing exand to remember.
catch up on the reading you
meant to do all winter and spring.
M Good books to take on leave 29 Naval Activities
with you are listed and described
briefly below. If you do not wantto
check them out of the library, Offer Lodging Units,
many of them are available in
paperback.
NEW BOSS-Capt.: W. B. Hull, is the new officer in charge of the ANDROMEDA STRAIN by The following listed naval activities have temporary lodging units
Disease Vector Control Center. He relieved Capt. L. W. Teller, who Crichton is an extraordinary tale available for use by you and your family at low cost:
was transferred to the Military Entomology Information Service, about a biological emergency.An .
Armed Forces Pest Control Board at Walter Reed Army Hosltal. Priorto unmanned satellite returns to
assuming his present command Capt. Hull served with the Navy earth lethally contaminated.Four NAVSTA Adak,Alaska NAS Memphis,Tenn.
'""" Medical Research Institute at Bethesda's National Naval Medical scientists race against a NAS Alameda,Calif. NAVSTA Midway Island .

Center. devasting deadline to discover an NAVSTA Argentia,Newfoundland NAS Moffett Field,Calif.
antidote. This is very NTC Bainbridge,Md. NAS New Orleans,La.
realistically written NAS Brunswick,Maine NTC Orlando,Fla.NASPensacola.Fla..
DuMaurier's HOUSE'O THE NAS Cecil Field,Fla. .
STRAND concerns a young NAF El Centro,Calif. ,' NH Philadelphia,Pa.
man's experiments with, NAASFallonNev. NAS Point Mugu,Calif.
hallucinogenic drugs. On his trip NAVSTA GuantanamoBay,Cuba NAS Quonset Point,R.I.,
he travels back and forth in timeto NAVSTA Keflavik,Iceland NAVSTA Subic Bay,Philippines
14th century England.There is NAVSTA Kodiak,Alaska NAVSTA Treasure Island,Calif.
"y y r'a a as quite a surprising twist at the NAS Lakehurst,N.J. NAVSTA Washington,D.C.

;, ; hvl end.TRESPASS NAVSTA Mayport,Fla. NAS Whiting Field,Milton,Fla.
by Knebel is a NS.F Yokohama,Japan FA Yokosuka,Japan
f black power novel-but not of the NAVSTA San Juan,:Puerto Rico .
t ghetto or streets. Private
American homes are invaded by
highly-organized black militants. Advance reservations for temporary loding units can be made by
The author focuses on one familyas writing to the Navy Exchange Officer at any qf the above activities.The .
)/' :f' it attempts to understand what price and type of accommodation to be furnished will vary from,
: is station. When advance reservation has been confirmed:
4 ';A't ',"rS happening. station to your
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iP.'hfIf" MYSTERY is a collection of
/iA':1'tt: \\Z'..' 31 short stories enough to last
a > t< for 31 days, if you can ration good
r mysteries that long. This book
FLEET RESERVE CE EMONY.-AC1 James Voss of the Air can easily be picked up and down
Traffic Control Division at Air Operations Department retires after while traveling.
22 years of active naval service. The traffic controller and his wife, Mario Andretti's enthusiasm in
Betty,are piped over the side during ceremonies presided over by Air WHAT'S IT LIKE OUT THERE?
Operations Officer, Cdr. Robert Gibson. comes right through this autobiography
of the 1969 Indy win-
f: ner. He talks about his many
losses and about his
preparationand t 3x'saP u hn .
luck at Indianapolis. This is
good reading for racing fans.' Ia
THE WORLD SERIES, THE
STORY OF BASEBALL'S ANNUAL
CHAMPIONSHIP !is by
Allen Lee. The world series,as it
has been known since 1884, is
d finished Because of the expansion
of the leagues into sections
the World Series will followan
entirely different pattern.
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formation on his favorite GALLEY SHIP-OVER-CS2 Ernest J. Carpenter, the night watch
Don't be stampeded I Get help now with an HFC Bill baseball team the Angels. A cook for Galley 1 takes the oath of enlistment from Food Service Officer .
Payer Loan. Pay everything at once. Then have just teasing older boy breaks the CWO.2 laVerne Rogalsky. Carpenter adds six years to his 13
one payment a month to HFC smaller than radio, ,and Johnny seeks to even year naval career.
the score with his father's loaded
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Golf's Dave Marr To HighlightPro F I



Shop Opening with Clinic/



Jax-Dave Marr, one of the most popular touring professional golfers and a
winner of the prestigious PGA tournament, will present a golf clinic at the station :

golf course at 11:45 a.m. June 24.

Marr will also cut a ribbon to
open the Navy Exchange's new Dave, the eldest, worked while other present tour stars, polishedhis
Pro Shop and present prizes to attending high school at game under Harmon tutelage. ,*
winners of a June 20-21 Navy Memorial Park golf course for Marr played parts of the tour in
Exchange Golf Tournament See Robbie Williams, an old family the late 1950s while working as a oJ
accompanying story for details. friend, and continued to develophis professional In Rumson, N. J., :;,
The 36-year old Houston native game. and Cedarburst N. Y., Joiningthe
now a resident of Larchmont/,- He attended both Rice and the circuit as a full-time player in

N.Y.will, represent a sport wear University of Houston briefly on 1960. ,... ,I
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company's sports club, to which scholarships, but dropped out of The tournament players elected 1Jax..B'reak'out
he's belonged for seven years. school and turned pro when he Marr to the PGA Tournament
Winner of the PGA in 1965 was zooWhile committee in 1963 and he servedas
Marr was named Golfer of the in Florida that year, chairman in 1964, completinghis
Year, and earned some 63375. Dave met Claude Harmon, who term before his victory at
He has been afrequent leading hired him as an assistant to Laurel Valley.Within three hours
money winner on the tour and succeed Mike Souchak, then after the triumph, his wife gave
currently provides color on starting on the tour. Marr considers birth to their third child, An-
television network golf telecasts this one of the best breaksof thony. Their other children .are
his I life, as he, like several Elizabeth, 9, and David, 8.,
On the tournament trail since i
1957 after attending '. the, ,
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:grew University up in the of game.Houston His, Marr late' 11 Jli ''I ttRI'i'I: ;.1IW .

father, David Marr Sr., was a lfWil .

club professional exposed in his Houston son to and the : ; :: \\\\ \\\ ::: : ::: ,........ L
gradually .:::::::;::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;::::;::::::::::::::::;:::::::;::;;::::::::::::;:::; tf,
game. However, when young
Dave was 14, his father died,
leaving Mrs. Marr with four Marine Shooters Shine
children to raise. DAVE MARR-Golf professional Dave Marr will hold a clinic on the
NAS Jax links
June
Jax-The Marine Aviation Pistol Matches last month at 24.
Every MON. & WED. Training Support Group's pistol Quantico, Va. He stayed to
ALL NIOHTI squad shot its way to top honorsin compete in the Marine Corps Navy Exchange Sets
BEER & the recently concluded station Matches, trying for a place with
HI BALLS 55t pistol matches. the U.S. Marine Corps Shooting
MSgt K. L. Yoak presented the Team. AnotherMATSG shooter,
DANCE CONTEST team trophy to the unit's commanding SSgt. J. H Johnson, also was 18 Tournament
Wednesday Midnight! officer, Lt Col. R. P. selected to stay at Quantico to try ,
FREE $75 WIG to Winners! Eckmann, last week. Team for a berth on the all Marine
members other than Yoak are Corps team Those selected for your golf clubs, the Navy Exchange is
DANCE TO'THE.PM til 2 MUSIC AM RING' GySgt. R. Kinnel, SSgt. J. H. the squad will represent the sponsoring a full handicap 18 hole golf tourney in conjunction
5 POOL TABLESMOTHER'S Johnson and SSgt. A. L. Marine Corps at the National with the opening of the exchange's new, Pro
Harrington.in Rifle and Pistol Matches to be ;
> Shop.
other team held at Camp Perry, Ohio in
pistol news,
Sergeant Kinnel earned a Bronze August. ,Men and! ,, women who are eligible for full Navy''Ex'
1080 CASSAT AVE. medal in the Eastern Division The unit's rifle team lost the change: privileges, and who. have an established handicap

Wardham Trophy to the Marine may enter the links .tournament.
Corps Supply Center ''The tourney, to be played Saturday, June' 20, and
I Philadelphia, in a May 21 meet Sunday, June 21, will be before the official June 24
Wn.Weloan Rifle team members were Capt.W. .
E. Varnadore, team coach opening of the,new pro shop Golf professional Dave
and shooter, MSgt Yoak, SSgt Marr will present prizes to low gross and low net win
Johnson, GySgt Kinnel and SSgt. ners in the men's and women's divisions at the Pro Shop
R. R Kenned .. opening.
a million
Foursomes should get their starting times at the

HONDAMOTORS clubhouse and have their handicaps posted at the pro

shop prior_to play, according to LCdr. Gary Steiger,
dollars & CYCLES CO. tournament director. *-.'.
4949 BLANDING BLVD. A complete list of prizes for"the '18-hole event will be
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Marine Devildogs Win

I AmeTicanc' ; I U

Station. Bowling TitleJax mTI I ftaSlpuich

The Marine Aviation E1EIllIEEFJ.SrSSS01h1'.ST'kS'$ a'
The win moved the Marine 'r --
Training Support Group's Training Group within striking ."."....-.:......................."....-:-;kSM.VI.. }: .:4AtiS',........' I With Every
(MATSG) Devildogs bowling distance of NARTU in the 1OVeam
squad wrapped up the station Ironman trophy race. Sailing Lessons ,J h6f unt'
intramural
championships last Jax-Special Services and the
week virtue of wins
by overFAETU's Station Golf
Navy Jax Sail Club will be offering
Blue squad and the
three
a week course in
679th Pin Benders
MATSG the American belling at $12.50 per student
was ChampionshipSlated June 22.Classes will be
League champs during regular offered at the Sail Club for
white FAETU Blue took
Play children, ages 10-18, during two
National League honors and the classes each
separate Monday,
Pin Benders were tops in the TodayJax
and
Tuesday,Thursday Friday at
Continental League. 12:30: and 5 p.m. The three hour
The Devildogs dropped FAETU
classes will include nomenclature
2707-2622, and then back to clip -- FAETU, the technique of small boat
the 679th entry, 2772-2621. Hospital, NAS Medical's handling and sailing, water
Ronald Hayes, led the Marine Caduceus and VW-4 all hada safety and racing tactics.
effort with sets of 633 and 559. shot at the station'sintramural
Robert Blunt, Ulysses Frier, Varsity Softball EXCEPTIONAL
I title
John McCorkle,and L. Vincent golf The NAS Jax Fliers tangle with r.J9 .
rounded out the Devildogs yesterday afternoon. Robins AFB at Warner Robins,
championship,squad., FAETU, the American Ga., for a double header
League champs, were to tomorrow night and again 1
<5oftballStaNdIIIs' take c op' the National! Saturday. -" BUY'S,.!
Still the look out for Softball
*- on : '
; : League's second placerHospital 'players, NAS athletic director .. .
> squad, while NAS Frank McCaffrey'asks that any ; '

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VW-4, to out for the
winners were to play arrangements try
.the In the local squad by calling him at Ext. .
NARTU ,:' 11.1 runner up 3239. EXCEPTIONAL PRICES
Hospital 8-1 American League race.
.Intramural Tennis
679th -' 8-4 The winner's ofyesterday's
Weapons 6-6 VP.-16 and the Hospital put
VP-16 4-6 contests are their identical 10.1 intramural Select from
MARTD 3-9 slated to meet today in an tennis records on the line at 1
COMFAIR 2-8 18-hole playoff on the p.m. today when they tangle on
A-CMaint '. 1.10 station; links to decide the the Mustin courts for the station
Air Ops (withdrew) station golf champs tennis title and a chance for
points for the Ironman trophy.
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