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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:01355

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f f 1 clal. expression of any r- ;

military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .1 i

VOL. 26 NO. I U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 28. $1968 I

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DedicatedDuringMondayCeremony, &A .r u_


A new $600,000 barracks and section of State Roads 19. and; gets. and scoring methods at the ii .. L -- (
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t .r.H'.1d.1 MJpsw t a4.aWara'e..k S.+ +
range facility at the Navy's Pine40, the new facility is designed range. The advanced equipmentwill e

castle Electronic Warfare Range to provide living and messingin enable the Navy to thoroughly -
the Ocala National Forest was areas for 70 men. train pilots in bombing jjrW4 I

dedicated during ceremonies techniques during both day and
Latest Gear
Monday morning. night practice flights.
Located approximately two New equipment has also been
miles southwest of the inter added to modernize bombing tar- Capt. Martin J. Stack
commanding officer oi 'the air

station under whose jurisdiction -

the range will operate, and
Capt. L. W. Graves, Public
Works officer, were at the de-

dication. Captain Graves was in

charge of the new constructionat
the site.

Provides Variety YI -
.f k
Speaking at the dedication. I

Captain Stack said, "Today this rh L I1j .
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(Pinecastle) is one of the.more
advanced electronic warfare
1 ; + ranges in-the U.:-S.: Navy, with the w w i

F't capability of providing servicesto

our fleet aircraft squadrons.In .
addition, the target and radar I
crews have combined to offer COLLEGE BOUND PR3 Roger Folk, Parachute Loft, was

aircrews a much greater varietyof one of hundreds of Navymen named on NESEP selection list.

information enabling them to

check out their aircraft weapons Local Sailor Picked
systems indirect support of South ,','

.' east Asia operations."

.. Pinecastle will operate under
--
the station's Weapons Officer, For NESEP Program
.
DEDICATED .. Captain Stack and Commander Fordam share Cdr. Edgar L. McNett, LCdr. J JIt'll

I '"' .,.... ribbon cutting honors opening new Pinecasjtle.I barracks and Warren. ., Fordhanv Is i .pfficer'-, .. be -off, to college this, fall The air station's Educational .;'
!' messing facilities during ceremony Monday. in charge. for PR3 Roger C. Folk of Air 'Services Office handles NESEP

l Operations, who has been selected applications when the Navy begins I

I 1 'Traveling Waterman' DecoratedLt. for the Navy's Enlisted a new cycle of the program 4

Scientific Education Program. each year. s

(jg.) Mark H. Ramaeker, pained the medal cited the lieu- Cam Tanh Bay and Tuy Hoa. (NESEP NESEP). is a college training lax Air News Bejlss26th (

who returned to the states late tenant for Contributing Concurrently, he directed the
for
last year following a one year the sighting of nearly 250 wells of program outstanding petty Newspaper. Year \
greatly to critical engineering officers and leads to an appointment -
tour of duty as a "travelingwaterman" which 83 per cent were success-
of U. S. forces officer.A
support in as a commissioned to
With this week's editionof
in Vietnam, received South Vietnam. ful, this achievement far sur- of
native Pa. Folk
Reading, ,
the Navy Achievement Medal during passed any previous country has been stationed here for nearlytwo the station newspaper, ..
:' ceremonies here Monday. Signed by Adm. John J. Hy- wide efforts at well drilling in JAX Air News begins its
He
enlisted in the
land, commander in chief, U. S. South Vietnam." years. 26th year of publicationand
.. !, Supplies Water Navy in 1965 and is a graduateof service
to theNavyandcivil
t Pacific Fleet, the citation went
The Monroe, Neb., native, who Parachute Rigger "A" schoolat
t' -'- While in Vietnam Lieutenant on to say, "Responsible for has been here for two months at Lakehurst, NJ. service family here.
From the first edition
K" Ramaeker served as a water hydrological reconnaissance at the Resident Officer-in- Charge The 23-year-old sailor will .
1 1943 the has
April paper
resources officer and supervisedthe locations from the DMZ to the of Construction Office, sum- attend the Naval PreparatorySchool been dedicated to too men
of 200 wells
drilling over Delta, Lieutenant Ramaeker personally .- med up his Vietnam tour when at Bainbridge, Md., this and women in uniform here
a which U, S. forces with
supplied supervised the detailed he exclaimed "I'm an architect, summer for 10 weeks before and the hundreds of civil-
fresh water. The lieutenant said
being assigned to one of the
his tour was "fascinating" even studies and investigations on but I sure learned a great deal many ians that work in support .
and universities which
colleges
though it called for 12 hour complex geohydrological prob- about hydrology during a fascinating of the Navy. During the
in the NESEP
participate
+, days. He explained that the wells lems at Vung Tau, Long Binh, 12 months in Vietnam." pro- past 25 years' the station .
feet gram. has grown from a major I
with
averaged 185 deep,
I
Folk said he is leaning toward
base for
and
wells on the coast being as shal- training pilots
oceanography, one of the 11 engineering -
aircrewmen to Sophisticated -
low as 10 to 30 feet. &r a highly
and scientific coursesof
"We dug wells in the Deltaas support complex -
instruction in the
I
program. for modern
today's
feet he
deep as 1,400 re-
i I' marked. "After reaching the r Following the preparatory fleet. While the mission of 4
school, successful completion of the base has the
1,200 foot level we hit granitein changed,
four of studies and
college
years
6r purpose of the paper remains
the Delta. He went on to J
Officer Candidate School, a
the informthe
explain that the water reachedin same--to
NESEP selectee returns to active -
reader and
the Delta was flowing under improve
duty as a commissioned officer morale.
Vietnam from- Cambodia. The >
in the unrestricted line of
lieutenant said that the Viet- Five years ago, Jax Air
the regular Navy.Nursery .
News became
namese were amazed .that water a civilian
' under their land flowed from + enterprise paper apd .now
neighboring Cambodia. Hikes includes advertising. The. J

inside pages appear in both, .
Aids TroopsThe the Jax Air News and Cecil '

citation which accom Weekly RatesThe Field Afterburner, with

pages three and ten cur-
2 Carton Unit Placed Navy Wives Nursery,Bldg. ently being prepared by the
. 560, has announced an increasein Cecil Field Public Affairs
weekly rates effective Monday. Office.
u. OB Exchaage Cigarettes Rates for nursery care without The newspaper stafflooks '.

lunches will be: one child, $10; forward to its 26th year and
Cigarettes sold by the Navy Exchange -
two children, $15 three children
; the challenges ahead. We
have been limited
to sale.two $18; and four children $20. The Invite our readers to visit
f cartons per customer per with lunch rate will be: one child
our offices in Bldg 1 and
;i' Tobacco products sold by the' *
$11.25; two children$17.50{three we ask anyone to give us a
r exchange are, by law, state tax-
children $21.75 and four children
." free to afford the call at Ext. 3119 if something
patrons greatest
$25. Hourly will remainthe :
possible savings. rates of newsworthy impor-
The exchange officer asked that same with 25 cents chargedfor tance is happening at their

all authorized patrons protect lunch. command. The newspaper
their The Naval Hospital's Obstetric belongs to all hands and we
privileges by buying only receives
CECORATED Lieutenant Ramaeker
Navy
for themselves or their dependents. Nursery will be closed every welcome suggestions on
The two canon limit Achievement Medal from Capt. L.W. Graves, Public Works Monday and Friday until further how to improve our

went into effect Monday. officer. notice.: ,I. ,4' product., .M I



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Souvenirs of Death St. Edward's Chapel


: American servicemen have traditionally carfibrile'Huvettik SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.

and mementos from faraway places. Little brothers stare (tn awe and 11 a.m.
'. while family friends and sweethearts behold the unfamiliar mer- DAILY MASS ----1l:30a.m.
..
chandise with appreciation.But SATURDAY MASS - .9 a.m.

many servicemen introduce their family and loved ones to Religious Education Classes
souvenirs that are dangerous life-taking munitions not proven free (Grade School9:45a.m.) .
.
of explosive qualities. CONFESSIONS5p.m.
Statistics prove that in hundreds of cases death, crippling -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -7JOp.m.:

injuries and lifelong anguish have resulted from these "innocent" MONDAY
souvenirs. How many more lives hang precariously in the balanceis Religious Education Classes
a matter of conjecture.It (High School) - -7 p.m. '

may be a harmless-looking grenade or an unspent round froma TUESDAY
bazooka -- it doesn't matter. The fact remains, death stalks Single Young Catholic Organi-
zation - -7:30 .m.
those unsuspecting individuals who handle this hardware. .. p
-- ------
THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR
'S..tr....maDI..Q.t.1h igesouve_ become for often and find 7.
their way to rec room mantles, posing the same threat. The right- Flying ''Gunboat-The Navy's newest hydrofoil gunboat p.m. ".

set of circumstances is all that's needed to unleash maiming Tucumcarl) makes one of Its last test runs prior to the craft's U.S. Naval/ Hospital ,,,

crippling or even death to the unwary. delivery to the Navy March 7. Capable of cruising at more than "

40 knots the craft has conventional propeller but is powered SUNDAY MASS - -8a.m. .t
no
,
Up, ......- I Ib I. ". '.,.:..,'
/' ,11 .!. by a water jet propulsion system. ;
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;, y. S : '" ServicesFIRST '."iJ
'. Red Cross
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'" l"lj ;/ PROTESTANTAll "i.::
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( : IN A SERIES Saints Chapel ..'.,. i'j\' '

By*Virginia Gunter SUNDAY t.. '.
{ f lf Divine Worship ServicelOa.m.Junior '. '::,

The American National Red the health, welfare, recreation Worship Service 10 a.m. ,. :
A -0r
( Cross serves you at the Naval and morale of service personnel! Bldg. ? 722

Air Station and Cecil Field 24- and their families. School 9 a.m. Bldg.Junior l
hours a day. A Red Cross staff Chug 2 '

member is on call in case of Defense DepirfneRf Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. i..
emergency no matter what the Bldg. # '722 .
I
time of day or night. licks Per DieS Bill Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30 .
'
Emergency service for messages f. '
TUESDAY
'
So how does a serviceman avoid harm to his loved ones? Very Involving death or critical .)" "
simple. Any military police activity can examine a potential death- illness, occurring during off-duty Washington (AFPS) -- The Department Junior Choir Rehearsal-4 p., n, :. .'
hours or on holidays or weekends of Defense Is supportinga Bldg. # 722
dealing weapon and give advice on its safety. Or they may recom-
is provided by the Red bill to Increase the maximumrates WEDNESDAYSenior
mend that proper ordnance disposal authorities take a look at it. .
These are men specially trained in all types of explosives used in Cross duty worker. If the duty of per diem allowances Choir Rehearsal 7:30
weapons systems. They can certify the safe or hazardous condition.The worker Is not In the Red Cross from $16 to $20. The bill would p.m.THURSDAY.
office you can contact him by also Increase the maximum allowance
question every serviceman who intends to take home a potentially -
dangerous weapon should ask: "Is it worth it?" "HaveI telephoning your base operator. for reimbursement Young Adult/# Club 7. p.m.
Commanding officers and senior actual expense basis from $30 to Bldg. 722
made certain the weapon is free from explosives? "Have the
petty officers are encour- $35 a day for such travel. Christian Science Service .
proper authorities examined the weapon and certified as to its 8 # I
safety?" Be certain. Be safe. (AFPS) aged to acquaint themselves with The Increases would be for p.m. Bldg. .751.
the Red Cross office and staff travel within the 48 contiguousstates d e s o I

and to visit the office for detailed and the District of Col-

4. ;A Box of KleenexBy Information regarding Red umbia for members of the uniformed '1
Cross services available to them services. TrafficViolations

and their men. Brig. Gen. William W. Berg

Lt. J. E. Dorsey, CHC PurposeEstablished USAF deputy assistant sec-
retary of Defense, Military Per-

Not long ago, during one of my more reflective moments I sat in 1881,the American sonnel Policy, said the recom -
in contemplation of a box of Kleenex. Suddenly the thought struckme Red Cross received Its first mendations for the Increase were
that we are indeed living in a fascinating world of discovery.We charter in June 1900 and was made by the Bureau of Budget.
of Con- The following is a of
reincorporated by an act Testifying before a House report
have progressed from the ox-cart and space-walking to
gress on January 5, 1905. Two Armed Forces subcommittee motor vehicle accidents and traf-
,
things disposable. However being a restless generation, we soon
of the of the organization fic violations for the period
purposes the general noted that there
tired of such conventional disposable items as diapers and throw- are March 12
18.
relate to activities with the through
away bottles and moved to the stage where we have disposable Identical provisions in a similar Number of
armed forces and Accidents:
specifiedby
children, throw-away spouses, and disregard morals to name buta the charter, are as((1)) "to fur- bill ances to for increase civilians per diem working allow-for This Week . . 5
few. And this our twentieth pseudo-intellectuals would
century Total Accidents this ,
nish volunteer aid to the sick year through t;
the :
have us believe, is what it means to be modern or progresssive. and wounded of armed forcesin General government.Berg the following March 18. . . .59 : :.!' :\,

OldFashionedNow time of war..." and ((2)) "to background gave as reasons Number of accidents through ..:!. .:;): ',:

act in matters of voluntary relief for the proposed hikes\ : A sur- March 18, 1967 . . .60 ; "
it's my turn. Move over make room. I have something to and in accord with the military vey of 18 federal agencies Involving Total of
say. If disposing of things sacred makes one modern, then I am authorities as a medium of com- 12,025 travel experiencesand number days since
glad to be considered old-fashioned. Instead of doing away with munication between the people of last injury in a motor vehicle
covering63,710daysoftravelshowed . .
accident .1
have denied the of the United .
sin, hate and evil we power prayer by not States and their armed the average expense at
using it, frowned upon the Bible by not reading it and voted against forces ...". $19.21 per day.A Number of Violations

! Church attendance by our neglect of it. Expanded Activities $20 a day maximum per diemIs This Week . . 39 .:.,

also supported by a nation Speeding . . .. .12.
Our Standard"In While these purposes are spe- wide sampling of hotel lodging Reckless Driving . . 2
God we trust!I" How interesting! You must forgive me if I cific, the Red Cross is not lim- and restaurant meal costs according Going through Stop Sign 4
sometimes seem to forget. Perhaps It Is just that I have grown ited to these activities. Over the to the Investigation of Other Violations . . 21

tired of watching endless battles listening to countless speeches, years as changing situations the Bureau of Census. Twenty-eight drivers appeared

and reading numerous articles all In defense of the temporaryat have presented changing needs before the Traffic HearingBoardat
the neglect of the eternal. the organization has expanded
the
". meeting held on March 21.
Remember, we would not stand in this time uncertain about our its activities with the knowledgeand Disposition of the cases includedthe

future If we had been willing to take the mind of Christ as our consent of the Congress. following: one lost drivingand
Charter amendments, new fed-
standard. parking privileges aboard ::
eral laws,and military directives ... station for various periods; seven -
give the Red Cross the authorityto ';....".I
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were assigned to complete an .:
carry on its expanded activi- Iii ei&it-hour course in 'remedial '
ties for the benefit of the armed NATTC
driving at ; seven received -
forces and their families both : suspensions 13 weregiven l'
JTAX AIFt NEWS ;
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in peace and In war.Current .
warnings; three were dismissed -

Mission i;, #, ; seven were fined (U.S.
..< ,...;" .} COMMISSIONER); and one refer- -.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 'f.." .>" .,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station red to commanding officers for
Thus Red Cross service
Jacksonville, Florida by the Molt Publishing Company, to possible disciplinary action.
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIR the armed forces is fully author Eighteen drivers were assessed
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box ized by the Congress, by the Department 52 points.
2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub of Defense and by the
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele various branches of the Military ?
phone 772 3118 or 3119. Establishment. As the basic authority .r ItfPi

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries and the Implementing directives GENTLY DOES IT Two of
concerning such should be directed to: have been changed In six VC contact mines found on Buy
the to meet needs
existing
past ,
the Long Tau river separatedby
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. so additional changes may be Chief Warrant are Officer Bobby

Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 necessary in the future.- The L. lIen.haw, USN. The mines,
current view of the mission of first of their kind to be used Bonds

VOL. 26 NO. I MARCH 28, 1968 Red Cross with the armed forcesis by the VC, were found by Navy.
that the organization supportsand river boat crewmen while patrolling
supplements without duplication the shipping channel
those activities that affect into Saigon.

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I 'We Do Have a Blivot' CF EOD Team 1


Cdr. Qialbeck,skipper of Carrier alarming possibility of having to Visits School"How
Air Wing Ten, wanted to hand carry the thing cross \
go on a cross country flight. country. He was rescued from far will it go" a / I "
Not having his own plane, he this dilema by VA 106 (natur- "HoW'much damage will there l lP
asked to borrow one from VA ally), who took pity on the skip- be?"
36. Unfortunately; VA 36, per and VA 36, and providedthe "What's in 'em?"
being the Avis squadron(accord plane. For a reasonablefee These are some of the questions > A,, t tM
ing to VA 106)) was unableto of course VA 106 is nota fielded by Warrant OfficerG.
provide the necessary plane squadron to take undue advan- E. Wenter when he carried
VA 36 did, however, agreeto tage of their lesser neighbors.The the Explosive Ordnance Demoli-
provide Cdr. Chalbeck with a blivot was totally a product -
tion Team's story to Seabreeze
luggage carrier,better known as of VA 36 ingenuity. The Elementary School yesterday.The .
a "blivot". There was only a VA 106 representative said EOD Cecil
team at are not
small rental charge for this that it "is always good to know
strangers to lecturing, having
service. that the Gladiators could counton both
Scout
taught Boy Troops and
Armed with the blivot, Cdr. the"Roadrunners for some the Jacksonville Police Academy, LN
Oialbeck was faced with the thing.
.. but fifth graders are a new breed.
,
...... A1" Warrant Officer Wenter show-
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scuba diving set, examples, of
explosive ordnance, and presented New Lt. For VA-34: Cdr. R.A. Wigent presents Double Silver .1

A a safety lesson on bars tft..... Bernard ti-. U'Cinn,,,,.
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R/r ; brP each, to explain what to avoid and
what to do in an emergency. No Pe's and ,
I "Don't touch. Call us."

,, Most of the hour and a half Advance Rent
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+raA program was taken up by ques-
tions from the children. (FAMILY EDITOR.No pets.No CJ54"nEuan
> EuC6isE ppsjiYllS "They're very intelligent and children. No babies. A month'srent
sometimes can really stump you, in advance. r1
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never These are just a few of the CV.l'lil
really know." problems faced each day by the '\. as
He also presented souvenirsto Navy's newly established Housing
S the school and students and: left Referral Offices. The offices are 'San Juan at Niblick
sample display boards for class- major bases
springing up on
Pone/ 384. 44J6'I
room use, across the country, specificallyto
} The program was given in con-
find adequate, unbiased and 1 J. 2 & 3 Bedrooms ,
nection of with the fifth grade's reasonable housing for Navy fam- Garden T>'pc Apartments
study underwater activities. ilies. with ('ountry Club
In addition to listing houses, Atmosphere .J,.fc
If you can't beat 'em..." assist the referral office also advises Kitchens equipped with G-E
Flight training to post-
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Ran cs t* Hefriarratorslitdiiidual '
prospective military tenants con
Korean Conflict veterans work.
Air Conditioning
Squadron Newsmakers ing toward a career goal involving cerning standards of conduct and Ikatinii by d i E
; a commercial pilot's licenseis when occupying private housing. Drapes furnished
offered by the new GI Bill Assistance and guidance in resolving Wall to \Wall arpetina"t and ,
J Advanced in VA 37: John for his outstanding performance of 1967, says the Veterans Ad. complaints between ten- LarjK Swimmimt Pool
l! Brock to AOC; Jack Davis to and exceptional attention to duty. ministration. ant and landlord are availableas

ADJ1; Robert E. Taylor toAZ3 well.
VA 66: Waldoman of the
Douglas L. Welshans to AMS3. f1 II
Month, ADJ2 George Maule, cited -
VA 37: Plane Captain of the for outstanding performance,
month, ADJ3 Thomas E. Bailey. technical proficiency, and rapid
VF 62: Boomer of the Month, advancement (E 5 in 16 months) ....
A02 James C. Galbreath. .
VF 62: Plane Captain of the VA 45: Bluejacket of the > -% ,, YOURE OUT OF LUCK 0''j'
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Month, AME3 Tommy Hudspeth. Ayer, .'lot \
VF 62:' Letter of Commendation for superior initiative, resource- I i i KEEP MV MONEY /IN A '
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-- ':,. In Operation. Springboard- I

: The Red Darters of Patrol forces involved and is the scene
K 45 recently returned of feverish activity annually from
Squadron
-anuarythrough mid-April
Springboard
from Operation
1968 having completed the full while each squadron has its time
bag of qualification exercises "at bat.n
necessary to designated ALFA VP 45 participated in the exercises -
with Canadian fly
Springboard is an annual crews
training period for all Atlantic ing their Argus and the Royal
Fleet ships and squadrons in the Netherlands Navy flying S2E
submarine hunting business. The Stoofs.
two week period of intensive The Red Darters,under Cdr.
antisubmarine warfare operations H. D. Wilbur, and the operational
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Local JobsAnnounced uv BOt [SJ :

Civi Service News I b I


Merit promotion opportunities iTEXfiCO j 1

applications currently: open are listed for below.receipt The of ? :!: I I

closing date of each is shown. 1Inhi 1EI.nz '
MPB: No. 72 67 Plan D DEALERSHIP I
grade level GS 4 and below;
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all
semi-skilled positions pay level AVAILABLEI
7 and below; MPB No. 83 67 I
Plan B all skilled positionspay Excellent IncomeOpportunity
level and above. Area of '
consideration: NAS NARF .fr No Previous "p rUrutN
NARTU .
COMFAIRJAXNavy c uary
Commissary Stores, Navy Re- Only Small Investment
cruiting Station.Applications will ewjiw : required
be accepted for these positions at L1 _
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any time. A separate application : aA TEXACOWILL
Form "57 is required for each
position. HELP WITH
MPB No. 158 67 Industrial Financial Assistance
Engineer, GS-5, 7,and 11. Areaof Training With Pay
consideration: nationwide.Applications F Strong Advertising Cr
will be accepted until Promotional Support
the needs of the service are met 7
and will be considered as re- GET THE FACTS
k JILIIHI TODAY
ceived.
MPB No. 34-68 Mechanical '!t1 CALL 353-5736

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Engineering Technician, GS-7; or write Texaco Inc.
MPB No. 35 68 Supervisory 40 YEARS. The Navy's Incentive Awards Program recently recognized the 40 years service Jacksonville P.O. Box 3702 Fla.MOTORS.
Accounts Maintenance Clerk, of (L to R) Juell L. Torbert Lester J. Sellers and Willie Blaylock.
GS-5. Area of consideration:
NARF, NAS NARTU,COMFAIR
JAX, Navy Commissary Stores, J
Navy Recruiting Station. Appli- I
cations will be considered
through the close of business i
Wednesday.MPB .
No. 36 68 Budget Ana-
lyst, GS-7; MPB No. 37 68 # s rI
Budget Analyst GS 9 ( 2 va-
cancies). Area of consideration: e"f'
NARF NAS NARTU COMF AIR- ; I
JAX, Navy Commissary Stores, I S' j
Navy Recruiting Station. Appli- ---I--- i
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close of business April 8.
MPB No. 38 68 Supervisory t
Fiscal Accounting Clerk GS 6 :: 1- ___I ...........N :
(Navy Finance Office), MPB No. j 63 Chev. Impala I .$840
39 68 Military Pay Supervisor :
Red.
Convertible
GS-7 (Navy Finance Office).Area ,
. of consideration: Navy Finance /
64 VW Conv.f Red.$575 ::
Office. will be
Applications accepted ar
through the close of business :fS R
Monday. 62 Chev. V. Stick$590 .
All applicants for the above positions -
must be career or career- _
conditional employees of the Fed- S S e t .. ____________ 61 Falcon Vag.$390,
eral governmentApplications { :. ..,; -- }\
should be filled with.IRDBox22, 30 YEARS 30 Year Service Awards were presented to (L to R) Lawrence P. Duck, 59 VW Sun. Roof.$390 :
U.S. NAS Ja.Fla. 32212. For .
further information call Ext. Logan L. Cooley and Frank E. Wigellus. The awards were presented by Capt. C.T.
2320 Recruiting and Examining Faulders Jr., CO of NARF. 57 Chev. 2 Dr. V8 Stick
Branch. IRD NAS. $275


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PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Boulevard

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repay only $29 per month.We .>; BLANDING BLVD.

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We provide prompt service to
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March
when you need money. Phone C.h YOII Monthly sp Friday
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$1000
202.05 12.00 WIN UP TO Play
find
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Aetna Finance Co. 500.55_29.00 _
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(,1.Id on 24 Mot.) SNACK BAR
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! Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


! Alarm Brings Instant Response from Boat Branch Crews .


? & Story By Gary Ward Photos By Judy Andersen -, """
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Operating on a 24 hour opera- surrounding Jacksonville and underwater I quipped with enough supplies and ... ,,.A "J .,i't; "1,,;
tionaly ready standby alert salvage in the Inland diving gear 'to move to and remain '< '"
search and, rescue teams of the water areas COMFAIRJAX at a mission site for seven
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The boat is equipped with .. .
Boat Branch of the Air Opera- jurisdiction.The days. ;
tions flight support division Boat Branch maintains two low pressure oxygen tanks
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boats 50', 'which store to 400 poundsof >t' >
maintain a' reaction time of less seven including a can up """
than 30 seconds.At diving boat a 19' wind boat. .1 oxygen each and can be usedto
the sound oftheBoatBranchsiren four 40' crash boats and a 50' provide oxygen directly -
alarm signal, a highly mike boat(for positioning barges). 'to the divers or to refill individual -
trained and skilled search and Diving Team diving tanks.Salvage .
rescue (SAR) crew includingtwo Five deep sea divers are assigned -
fire fighters two swimmersa to the Boat Branch and PlanesIn
coxswain and an engineer the team is the only unit in the the past three years Boat
spring into action to be at the Jacksonville area capable of sus- Branch divers have participatedin
mission site in the shortest time tained shallow water diving, according the salvage of downed aircraftin
possible. to Lt. R. A. Hann Boat various areas in northeast
Four six men SAR crews Branch officer.To Florida and provided diving ser-
stand alternating 24 hour dutiesto engage in underwater sal- vices requested by Duval and
provide search and fescue and vage activities the diving team St. Johns counties in the searchof
fire fighting activities on water keeps the diving utility boat e- robbery and murder evidenceand
for drowning victims according -
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:1 : The Boat Branch'also has its Cast Off The search and rescue crew man their crash
own marine lift and is ableto
a 11izff 1i.I- maintain itself in all except boat cast off and are en their way in less than 30 sec-
,
: ." r major overhauls on the boats. onds. Four six-man SAR crews are assigned to the Boat
All members of the Boat Branch
< crew are trained to operate the Branch.'H' -,
lift which is used to position : :
boats for painting and minor -, .,. ". : .. 4f.
repairs. The lift is capable of
\ 50 is also r > lifting up to tons and ;;
used in emergency situations in .. .
which boats have been.damagedand
are taking on water.

MaintenanceLieutenant

Hann explained
"The Boat Branch is pretty much
self sufficient in that it has
j1Packing its own carpentershipfitter, and
V1i'LM1 engine overhaul shops and boatswain -
lockers., battery paint and diving b A +'dw


Always Ready

"By keeping a state of opera- d N
tional readiness in maintaining
our boats and equipment the on- Ready for Run BMI I W.H. Stewart prepares to take the 19'

IoI '<"" '-'''- ",, --'. <...... -.....' _. ...... _. ,-- '. .....--. the Job training of our men swamp buggy out for a test run. The boat is used to maneuver
the essential knowledge
c' the' Gear Lt. R.A. Hann and BMCS M.G. Warren, provides required for good seamanship. through dense swamps and shallow streams.
ensure diving gear is in order and works properly. Each man ____ 01
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diving gear to be able to move out at a moment's notice. [3.9npto..l25Hp THEY

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Building 39 Ext. 3870


, Monday \Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. .... 3:00 p.m. 2 and 8 P.M. SAT.
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Fried Chicken Served Anywherelll PH. I Thomas Cheek USN.. Ret..
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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER
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?het :xs.
Wives NotesRAdm. Instruction Set

Sole Surviving

RobertJ.Stroh commander -
I: Fleet. Air Jacksonville, Son EligibilityA
,was the guest speaker at
1 he: March 20 meeting of the Navy new Bureau of Personnel
rft Wives Club #86 Instruction has established pro-
I Admiral Stroh pointed out the cedures for the assignment or
valuable services the Wives Club discharge of personnel qualifiedas
has 1 contributed for the welfare sole surviving son.
(3f Navy and Marine Corps personnel A sole surviving son is con-
and their families. sidered to be the only remain-
Many of the club members are ing son in a family of which
volunteer workers for the Navy because of hazards incident to
]Relief and the Red Cross,
Society service, the father, or one or
rhey also lend a helping hand more sons or daughters have
i with Grey Lady work in the Naval been killed died as a result of

Hospital. wounds, accident or disease, are
They spend many hours visiting bl in a captured or missing-in-
f, with theNavymen and Marinesn
ff action status or are permanently
f fI: the hospital and they provide 100 per cent physically or mentally -
I refreshments for ward parties disabled and not gainfully
luring the holiday season. The PN3 Michaud employed because of such dis
BIRTHDAY SUPRISE -- Mrs. Marlene Wiley of Green Cove Springs dub< sends care packages monthly ability.
received a birthday suprise Monday morning while bowling at the Viet-
t:o servicemen stationed in The family is considered to
NAS Bowling Alley. Her husband, WO Wilbur R. Wiley stationed VAP62Honors include a husband and wife, or
In Vietnam requested that his wife be presented with her favorite iam.Admiral Stroh congratulatedhe the father, mother, sons and
type of bowling ball and bagon the occasion of her birthday. Through t: ladies for their special pro- daughters, and all sisters and
cooperation of Mrs. Virginia Gunter, NAS Jax Red Cross Office ]j ects, such as donations to the 10VAP62 brothers whether they be related
who received a letter from Wiley for this unsuual request, and Jack Emch, bowling alley's manager Mrs. Wiley did receive the gifts, t: the Duval County Board. adoption. Consideration will be
as well as a cake baked by bowling companions. 1I also paid for the tuition honored 10 men at a given to the extent which the part-

\' commendatory mast held byCdr. ies concerned lived together as a
Professional Scouting Jobs Frank S. Coleman squadron family unit.
'e! L. commanding officer, March 18. A sole survivingsonmaynotbe
I l
: \\.0 r PN3 DJ. Michaud was honoredas assigned to duties normally involving -
Available after Retirement 4k .I t w' the February "Sailor of the actual combat with the
::1 Month". This award was madein enemy if he or one of his parents

'.,jContinued service to the nation tered scouting relationship In recognition of his outstanding submits a request for noncombatduty.
is available for retiring mil- years prior to retirement. professional performance leadership Enlisted personnel who
adaptability military behavior qualify as sole surviving
sons
the
itary personnel through op- Personnel with a year or more
portunities for professional em- of service, before retirement I and appearance.Lt. subsequent to their enlistmentor
ployment with the Boy Scouts of should enroll in the Scouting W. R. Kemp, Lt. G. W. induction may request an administrative -
America.To Preview Program. Sanders PHI C. Pieper, AE1 discharge which will
be O. F. Thompson and AE2 L.E. be granted. Administrative dis-
eligible, applicants must Interested and qualified per-
be In good physical health have sonnel may contact their local Harrison were presented lettersof charges are applicable to both
two years of college credits or scout executive or write directlyto l appreciation for outstanding active ..nd inactive enlisted per-
equivalent educational or admin- the Personnel and Training Di- performance of duties within the sonnel.
istrative experience and must vision Boy Scouts of America, squadron. Discharges do not apply to the
have maintained an active regis- New Brunswick, NJ., 09803.Bob's RAdm. Strohor AE1 Thompson was also pre- release from active duty of com-
sented a letter of commendationfor missioned and warrant officers.
II: two children to attend Pine
-. Castle: School in Jacksonville.The his outstanding assistance to Officers designated as survivingsons
admiral commented on the Heavy Attack Squadron 123, normally will not be retained -
Oak Hill a doption of a Greek girl underhe Whidbey Island Wash., during on active duty beyond the
Carrier-Quals here.Advancement .
Foster Parents Plan. The expiration of the minimum required -:
in rate certifi- term oj service.. ,
Pure Service Centert:: has''provided for the girl'srelfare *
for the seven cates were presented to YNCSR. Discharges are not authorized
past years. R. Werner, ADJ1 H. V. Sikes, during a period of war of national -'
Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Refreshments prepared by and AQB3 H. D. Edison.NATTC. emergency when declared
h lesdames Bill Capparelli, John'reutel.
by Congress.
Joseph Hagan, Howard ,
road service pick up & delivery Lutz, Frank Devane and Thomas
lalpin[ were served following SCENElaker
mechanic on duty American. & Foreign Cars ti ic meeting.A .

dance for members and their By Tom
1 103rd & Jammes Road hi usbands was held Saturday night Approximately 75 Explorer Marking her tenth year of civil
771 9156 Jacksonville, Florida ir i the clubhouse.The Scouts held a "ReadyORee"at service work, Mrs. Audrey H.
NATTC Friday evening and Freeman received a congratulatory _
club will sponsor an Eastergg Saturday. letter March 20 from Cdr.
E! Hunt for all the member's
During their day and a half W. J. Bobek, military personnel
hildren at the Skeet Range here, the Explorers participatedIn officer, signed by NATTC Com-
,OPEN SUNDAY A pril 7 from 2 to 4.p.m. Mem- physical fitness tests, dis- manding Officer, Capt. R. P.
bl ers are requested to"Inform the cussions concerning the nature of Kline.
A Chairman, Mrs. Warran Ander- civil defense first aid and res-
Sl on, of the age and number of cue operations,and a water safety
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teir children: The mothers will program.The ,
tIn group of Explorers came 4Sff -
tIc Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the from
the North Florida area.
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY lubhouse to dye the eggs. There Ben Edwards, director of explor- il ::1rJtA
rill be prizes and refreshments ing for the North Florida Coun-
W. f". them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.p.ct- f sr all at the egg hunt. cil, made arrangements for the
ion. Then we timed up, tightened end replaced everything that APARTMENTS
needed It. Aad guaranteed them 1007.for the repair or replacementof weekend at NATTC. .
all major mechanical parts* for 30 day or 1000 mile. Comeon The club will hold its regular
In and double check. bi usiness meeting Wednesday. t +MM .
ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE CONVENIENTLY
ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
LOCATED
VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1968 HEAR, BOTH BASES

62 VW SEDAN Like New . . . .$895 CASH FOB TAXES? Only Min. to Cecil I HAS

63 VW SEDAN . . . . . .$950 .

64 VW SEDAN . . . . . .$995 Come towhere 71 UNITS

66 VW SEDAN, Air Cond., White' . .$1690 GJj'1'lfJl1' l 1,2 & 3

66 VW FASTBACK . . . . .$1850 the ,>> BEDROOM APARTMENTS

66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe . .$1750 I }( o

65 VW DOUBLE' CAB PICK UP . .$1195 money is! ALL APTS HAVE:

66 CHEV. BEL AIR 2 Dr., V/8, A/T, PS, PB.$1600 WALL-TO-WALL
Come to Beneficial. That'swhere
65 FORD GALAXIE 500 4Dr., HT, Loaded. .$1590 the money is. Just ask (), DRAPES CARPETS

66 PLYMOUTH 2 Dr., HT, V/8, 3 Speed. $1580 any of the two million men { CENTRAL AIR & HEAT
65 PONTIAC CATALINA 2dr HT and women who do business UTILITY ROOM
Loaded
$1900 with Beneficial each yearl! PORCH

,. ''', 66 FALCON 4 Dr., .A.T. . . .$145o Call up or come in now. Get .
63 CHEV. IMPALA that Big O.K. fast at Beneficial. Swimming Pool &
S.S.
loaded. . $1095 Complete
MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM BENEFICIALFINANCE Laundry Facilities

Near Schools Both Privofe

WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN I SYSTEMLOANS and Parochial

UP TO $600. & Shopping Center
"
Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville .
INC. 6756 103rd STREET
5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.,VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP. CTR. PHONE 771-8844
Next to Winn-Dixie e Phone:388-9374
.! ,.. 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 5 elK'r"n fUtal fflot"' ,.rv.the Jockianvlll Art. RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7
So.phon book whit poser(or n.or.,l efKce
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM 1968.BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. D. W. Priest LSN: (Ret)



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I March 28, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace ? 1

'

MoviesMovies Club Schedules
'

will be shown nightly .. _
at the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30 NAJAXCANDLELIGHT: p.m. Wednesday. April 14 is the BIl.: _:

p.m. There will also be a Kiddie : The restau- Easter Egg Hunt at 1 p.m. for
Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays rant Is open from 11 a.m. to all dependent children, with refreshments -
and a regular feature at 2 p.m., midnight tomorrow and Saturday, and prizes. On April
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. 19, Alex Houston, ventriloquist, Ads should be moiled tc the Holt PubUshlna.' Company,
Theatre will have one nightly Sunday. A buffet is featured formerly of the Jimmy Dean 1950 Bldnding Blvd Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 to arrive
feature at '7p.m. Cecil Fied both tomorrow and Sunday. The Show, will appear at the club. not later than Tuesday for publication the following, Thurs
will ,have two nightly shows dur- Moonliters will provide. the day. Ad, arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
following: week ,unless' the publisher is 'instructed other
the week
ing at 5:30 and 8 musical entertainment Saturday BLUEJACKETS INN TheCam-
p.m. ?
wise. A check or "money order for the full, cost of the ad "must
Matinees will be shown on week- evening from 7:30 to 11:30: p.m. elots are ,on hand tonight for the be received WITH the copy for the ad.
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY The restaurant, facilities are grand monthly Go-Go finals. Phil

March 28 available for private parties upon Cay and the Chantels will perform DO NOT SEND CASH

request. tomorrow and Saturday evening. RATE Minimum charge (3 lines . .
NAS "AGENT 3/4" : ( ) . . $2.00 ,
: starring The Ravens are hosted Saturday Per additional line ((4 words lino !
par ) . o$0
Kirk Bogarde and Koscina CPO CLUB
Sylva ,,. : All pizzas are, afternoon. The sounds of the Six-,
Rating Good. ((106 Min.) featured for $.75 today. Danceto teens will be heard Sunday after
HOSPITAL: "BAD DAY AT ,the music of the Moonliters noon and Monday evening. Mel ,- -- - ----
BLACK ROCK" starring Spencer tomorrow evening. Try the sea- Gaden is under the spotlight Sun- STEREO/RADIO COMBINATION PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
Tracy and Robert Ryan. Rating- food special for $1.25. Mel day night. A squadron party is SOLID STATE, radio 4 speed Remington, Lightweight, Good
Excellent. ((89 Min.) Gaden is.under the spotlight Saturday being held Tuesday,but the dining fully automatic, intermix stereo condition., Has balance ''Or"$34
C. FIELD: "GYSPY GIRL" night. A sirloin steak for room and crow's nest will remain changer with automatic cut off or pay $7 per month. Phone
starring Hayley Mills and Ian $1.65 is the featured dinner spe open. The Ravens will appear and dual sapphire needles. 2 3531946. Will deliver,without
McShane. Rating I- Good. ((112 cial. Fried chicken for $.95 and Wednesday night. months old. Pay balance of $69.or obligation. A-1 WAREHOUSE,

Min.) rib-eye steak for $1.35 are spe $8.50 per month. Also good 1606 Main :bt.:> Jacksonville, Fla.WILMAR .
cials for Tuesday and Wednesday. buy on COLOR TELEVISION .
NAS CECIL FIELD
FRIDAY, March 29
Phone 353 1946, ask for Credit '
NAS "THE RACK" "0" CLUB Manager. Will deliver, without APARTMENTS Near
: starring : The Dartmouth ORF
JAX and CECIL, 1 blk. w/of5900.
Paul Newman and Wendell Corey. College Glee Club will appear at Luncheon Is served each day obligation. A1 MUSIC CENTER blk. of Jammes Rd. all new paint/:: \
Rating Excellent. ((108 Min.) the club for 8:30 with 1606 Main St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
tonight an p.m. from 11 am until 1 pm noon 2BR, LR, Kit furn, Nook, park 2
HOSPITAL: "AGENT 8 3/4" concert. Reservations requested.The bar. Happy Hour is Friday afternoon -
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT'Cose cars, water, sewage garbageincl.
starring Dirk Bogarde.C. Champagne Special Is featured beginning at 4 pm. Din- Bases Water ., $85 mo. unfurn. Also furn.
to Lights ,
FIELD "DON'T MAKE tomorrow and Saturday ner on Friday is by reservation Call
387-2541 nites and
and available. Call 389- apts. ,
WAVES" starring Tony Curtis night. Mark Castle will be on only. Game night is Tuesday Sewage
5700. 10' 12' ft. Wide. weekends call 389-0744
and Claudia Cardinale. Rating hand tomorrow for the music and starting at 8 pm. The All x _
Very Good. ((105 Min.) Charlie Jay is under the spot- Wives Luncheon will be held FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE FURN. \ .
light Saturday night. A buffet Apr. 9. 1 Orange Park, Temp, or Perm. "REAL ESTATEWe Will tc1pyou
SATURDAYMard130- dinner is served Sunday from 6 11f.EM Qtrs., Will rent to TAD per- Buy, Sell or Invest A;
NAS: "NIGHT OF THE GEN- to 9 p.m. Tuesday is foreign CLUBS sonnel or bachelors 264 6884. Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
ERALS" starring Peter O'Tooleand dish night. Bands at the club this week USN Retired 384 1376.f *

Omar Shariff. Rating Ex- include Dick Widdon on Thurs- JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC .
cellent. ((142 Min.) ACEY DUECY CLUB: Hear the day, The Bud Clark Combo Fri- Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean JOCKEY?? For information call:),,.
HOSPITAL: "THE RACK" Country Kings tomorrow evening. day, Red Coats Five on Satur- modern trailers & Apts. 389 356 8351. Day or Night. "'
I starring Paul Newman.C. Saturday night hosts the Star- day, and Phil Kay on Sunday. 3007. ;
FIELD: "BAD DAY AT lighters. The Five Clubs are under Beginning the next week will _____ ZIG ZAG FOR $ 40
BLACK &
Tracy. following Game Night at 6 p.m. Monday night, and Med Gaddenon Houses & Apts. Equity, VA Guarantee, ZigZags,makes but
NAS KIDDIE MATINEE: "A- Happy Hour is featured Monday Tuesday. Go Go dancers FHA resales' $50 & $100 dwn. tonholes, sews on buttons,
ROUND THE WORLD UNDER through Wednesday from 4:30 to Brenda and Audrey Hipps join Call Powell or Mills, USN decorative designs, monograms,
THE SEA" starring Lloyd 6:30 p.m. Game night is at 7:30 the Phil Kay band on Sunday. I Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park etc. Just pay balance $40. at ,i
;
Bridges. Realty. $8 per month. Phone 353 1946.

'DELRAY MANOR 110th & anytime. Will deliver, no obli

Sinclair] SELLERS SINCLAIR Karen St. New all brick homes, gation. A-l Sewing machineCo.
AC Low 20s. Building Lots 1606 Main St.PART .

Bank andFinance m' 103rd & RICKER 7718567NEW Available 771- 5643.; Floyd- White, Bldr. TIME "'

MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
Co.
CAR WARRANTY SERVICEU PEKINGNESE PUPS FOR SALE' you having trouble making ends
? We work hoursin
meet
can your
Repo's 7 weeks old Miniature AKC Reg.
$60. 384-1047 with your duty schedule. Phone"

HAUL AAA WRECKERAIR 264-6485
Estate Cars DRESSMAKING LADIES AND ...
FOR SALE 3BR C Blk Home
CONDITIONING SERVICE AND REPAIR CHILDREN Mrs. John W. Smith ,
m-m ';'mm.m' 7W MUi 771-5693 A/C, Patio, fncd yd., conv. to
Bankrupt MORE SERVICE AND BETTER PRODUCTS NAS & Cecil. Assume paymts.
5 1/2%/ Call 771-1943
Stock 7 to 10 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 TO'9 SUNDAY FOR SALE '66 BUICK GRAN
SPORT Air Cond. wheels
mag HOME OF THE WORLD'SGreatest
auto trans., grey with black vinyl
BARGAINS Phone 389 6085. hobby. If you enjoy doing
All Servicemen are WELCOME to the top. ceramics or want to learn come

GALORE! Lutheran Service Center WANTED BOWLERS FOR SUM- out and forget see us.Don't the. Ceramic Show
MER LEAGUE Mixed league.
,
that is coming up May 4, &5.
63 FALCON Wagon, Auto., '.f: i- criomc iSiway from [Jome" Prizes awarded each night.Bowl- Everybody can enter: APriscilla's .
ing balls, bags, etc. Classic
matic, Radio. Cost $695. Ceramics, 7121
Bal. $442.83 :::::;::: ;: ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:; 19 W. FORSYTH STREET;;;:.ti:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: Lanes Cassat Avenue formerly Shindler Dr., Ph. 771-7036 ,pREPOSSESSIONS
Central Lanes. Wed. 6:30 PM
Ping Pong POOL TABLES Shuffleboard Contact R. Godwin 387-1758 p
60 FALCON Runs $138. Monday thru Thursday t,
r. V. ".v' FOR SALE: 3BR 2B, Fncd. back 62 Chevrolet Conv.V-8 A/Trans":.
64 GAL AX I IE, Hardtop Radio :;::) 600: PM. to )11.00. P.M. yd., w/w carpet,A/C,New Mead- R & H $695 1 f

Cost $1295. Bal $970. Recordlayer :::x, FridayCounselling owbrook Terrace. Call 264-4209
::: 6:00 P.M. to 12 Midnight after 4 PM 66 Mustang V8Stick New

63 CHEV. Super Sport. Pastor available when you :::, Saturday Paint & Rubber-Special $1350
want and need on. ::: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight FOR SALE: 10'x52' MOBILE ,'41
Convertible, Cost $1295. '.'iI ..
Recreation ::: Sunday HOME, VIndale, on large lot, ,'fe;
Bal $81 (.23 Fellowship :I:;: &00 P.M. to 11:00: P.M. 15 min. to NAS Jax, conv. to 67 Chevy Nova Super Sport; 4'
schools and Cecil Field, A/C sp stick V-8, Many extras-
63, CH EV. Impala Convt. XX *XXXX XXXXXXXKXX NEW FURN AND APPLIANCES, Real Nice $1995Financing .

283 V 8, Radio, Heater, Call 771-7517 Before 3 p.m.

Cost $995. Bal. $718.21 MONEY 100"10 If Qualified
SALE ELECTRIC STOVE
Cash Monthly Months FOR Contact Mr. Rucker dr }Irs.
61 TEMPEST Wagon, New You Get Payment to Pay GE.; Refrig. '61 VW, Must sell Thompson;. NAS Jax Baser Ex

tires. Cost $495. Bal. due IN 1 DAY Immediately. 398 6592 or 2431 .,:;}
$289.44 $ 84.33 $ 5.00. 24 355 5112.

.NN.N.NA 13.00 24 GETTING MARRIED? DRAPERIES and CORNICE
. All// Cars Ready To Go $25 to $600 219.27. Wedding pictures taken,best deal BOARDS Custom made, fabrics;' ..

Cash or Pay_2 P/nfs. 320.79'I9.00, i 24 around. Phone 2642140. accessories and installation.:
And Finance. Phone 7810988.I .
......... .25. 0. 24 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BR, i

More to Choose From ARRANGED127.51 29.00 24 2B, pan. den, cent. A&H, Ig.
fenced back yd., other extras,

Cell Us We Will 600.00 34.39 24 Venetia Manor. Finance conven-
BY PHONE tional or buy equity and assume

Sive Yon Money! Payments include' interest. $103.55 payments incl. tax &ins.
Price $18,000, $11,700 remain-
ing on 5 1/4% mort. Call

Repo e DI3L FINANCE COMPANY 384-2878.

TYPIST WANTED
Outlet "
4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 Part time, 20-30 hours weekly,
Mon., Tue., Wed. $2.00 $2.50
;241 WEST FORSYTH ST. DIAL 356-0735 MHNro
per hour, depending on ability.
264-4525 5256 BEACH BOULEVARD DIAL 359-2895 60-70 WPM must. Call 388-2755 tNAT f01GIDL6JSPMTRTYDEEP; -


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I National O'Wives :,rr .r. Ralph Wantsa



Residence," Foundation ,...,.... -' Boda BagFAMILY
-
There are approximately Hall the first to be built and ;.w+
.....
11,000 officers' widows of the later at other similar residences P. < M ( EDITOR) "Let'ssee
three sea services who have will need financial assistance -' now.Myrtle wants dome china
passed their 62ndbirthday. Manyof from the Foundation. :'oJ::< and Mother wants a radio. Ralph
these women who played a vital Ground was broken on 22 September would like a boda Lag and this
role as "silent partners"are 1967 for Vinson Hall shawl looks just right forGrand-

today lonely secluded and which is named for the Honor- ma.Think
unhappy. Some are confrontedwith able Carl Vinson who was for the buyer is browsing
serious problems. The many years Chairman of the through a foreign market place?
thought of a home for widows and House Armed Services Com- Not all. He's shopping in the
retired officers and their wivesto mlttee.Itwill have about 300 apartments 4 USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSE-
provide security, companionship mostly efficiencies VELT's Bazaar .
independence and lifetime with some one and two bedroom
The bazaar has been in opera-
nursing care was originally suites. Although the apartments tion for several months while
sparked by the Navy' Officers' are kitchen equipped a dining
the Roosevelt is deployed to the
Wives Clubs and quickly the room will be available to resi- -- ---- -----
Marine and Coast Guard wives' dents, and their guests. A beau- LCdr Flick of Carrier Air Wing Eight discusses landing signal Mediterranean. It features for-
clubs joined up. The result tiful lounge, chapel, craft rooms ooerations with Greek visitor eign merchandise at greatly reduced the-
was the formation of the Navy and twenty bed infirmary add to prices and augments
Marine Coast Guard formationof the comfort and enjoyment of V in- - - regular ship's store.
With ffosie and
sang
the Navy Marine Coast Guard son Hall. Actually the bazaar, with Its
Residence Foundation a tax The Board of Trustees is taking generous assortment of European
F 84G.
free non profit organization every step possible to reduce Attack Carrier Air Wing Eight public Guests goods, is the oCf-shyr of another
were given a completetour
of
.whose mission is to build sev- costs of construction and opera- hosted a visit by members Roosevelt innovation--the"minibazaar"
of the with the
,. the 115th Combat Wing of the ship stops at
eral such residences. Somethinglike tion in order to control rents, The "minibazaar"
LSO Platform Deck Con-
Flight
20 to 25 percent of the wid- but no compromise will be made Royal Hellenic Air Force aboard trol Combat Information Center features a different display each
ows who will live at Vinson with quality comfort and safety. the USS Shangri La (CVA 38)). and Room day. One day it may show swea-
a Squadron Ready
The 115th is based at Souda Bay
of
where with Cdr. JohnC. ters, the next a selection
and is composed of two fighter they met
Officers NCCTs E-4 &Abomand squadrons employing the Re- Dixon Commander Attack Car cameras leather goods.
Air Wing Eight and were givena The ship's supply purchasesall
All Civilian Pes0nneliAT squadron brief byCdr.Ohlrich, items directly from foreign
; Commander of Attack Squadron manufacturers. Profits derived
-'L--- Ninety Five. Tour assistancewas from .the minimum mark-up go
provided by ''LCdr. Flick into the ship's Welfare and Rec-

14 ) (STEAK HOUSE 1 (CVW8 PAO) and LCdr. Skar reation Fund.

latos (VF 13)). LCdr. Skar- U. S. Savings Bonds will return -
... i ::: r1 l :mm: latos made use of his Greek $4 for every $3 you invest--

I i: CHOICEST and Story and Language Fluencyin in Just seven years.
explaining the many facts of

: Steaks, Seafood Carrier'. Aviation to the guests.

:: VA 72 scored, its third CanYouTAKE
and ChickoR
straight sweep of the Roosevelt
at the efficiency awards this month, YOUR CAR
:: lowest prices in town winning both the OK 3 for landing WTH YOU?
!: Complete Menu proficiency and the Captain'sE For Financing' and Insurance
Served at Any Hour for the highest degree of pro- Stateside and Overseas. Call
F fessionalism.LCdr. .
J. P. Lamers, of VA- DYER M. BURR
Y 72 took the individual honors for GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
THEMHBEMBafiS8l9MHMHBB r the squadronbywinningtheOK3Individual FINANCE CORPORATION
Award for proficiency.VA F
72 and her companion INTERNAT\\ dAL SERVICE
| squadrons in Carrier Air Wing INSURANCE COMPANY
One are embarked on the Roo- 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-OS27
sevelt in the Mediterranean.
AMERICAN 1038 Park St

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St. Johns Announces On Board Dental Program


as tars ra sp April Sign Up


I; Summer Classes To Be OfferedSt. Starts MOld yw .


, Johns River Junior Colleg!; facilitate requests from the Sixth programs may be obtained frorr 1 <
has announced the convening,; Naval District. The Navy pays the Educational Services Office a Scheduling of appointments for
dates and classes to be offere(i 75 per cent of tuition under then Bldg. 955. children whose sponsor's birth
aboard the base this summer i: aid program. Additional in The courses to be offered this month is April will begin Monday
cooperation with the air station'5 formation on off duty educational summer are: for the Dental Department's Pre-
Educational Services Office. ventive Dentistry Program.
;: Trimester III A will run from 1 TRIMESTER III A, 1968 p S Appointment may be made by
j' April 30 through June 10 with the sponsor or spouse at the Den-
., eight courses offered. TrimesterIII ] SYMBOL SECT. COURSE CREDIT TIME NIGHT INST tal Department appointment desk
B will commence June 24 and ( fl Ig during normal working hours. At
end Aug. 5 and include three JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION BUILDING 600 that time they will be givena

courses. In addition, a regula]r definite appointment and giv -
14 week summer session wit]1 (Rooms to be Assigned) en. i necessary materials and in-
be held and will run from April:1 structions. No telephone ap -
30 through Aug. 5. Three cour- BUSINESS g 3APRIL'S pointments can be made.
ses will be offered for the 14- BA 101 NAS Intro. Business 3 6:3010:00 MTh Each child will receive amoral
week session. 4 ",_ ..1 1 health examination, an ap-
Registration for the trimester COMMUNICATIONS "T plication of a sub slant to inhibit
III A courses will be held at t EH 101 NAS Composition I 3 6:30: 10:00 TTh decay an oral hygiene demon-
Bldg. 600 from 6 to 8 p.m. on 1 EH 102 WAS Composition II 3 6:30: 10:00 TTh stration and lecture and dental
, April 30 and May 1. SH 102 NAS Beginning Spanish 4 6:0010:00 MTTh health educational material. No
Lt. (jg) Gloria Amatrudi educational X rays will be taken.
services officer said t I MATHEMATICS
that requests for tuition aid I MS 101 NAS Fundamental Math 3 6:30: 10:00 MTh GIRL Talented and Have you filed your income

should be made in Bldg. 95 5) MS 103 NAS College Algebra 3 6:3010:00 MTh Diller attractive, star comedienne of TV and motion Phyllis tax out. returns? Time is running -.....

as soon as possible in order to) picture, it our AFPS calendar
SOCIAL SCIENCE girl for the month of AprO. pppgliS% p
HY 1021 World Civ. II 3 6:3010:00 TTh
t.tS13 SY 1201 Intro. Sociology 3 6:3010:00 TTh (I GIANT SWAP MEETJAX

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COMMUNICATIONS .
TWO ocALa J Thousands of Items
EH 102 NAS Composition if 3 6:301 0:00 TTh :
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MATHEMATICSMS : E tREMf' irs i Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6Apjn. J

91 NAS Elementary Alg 3L 6:3010:00 MTh Sun. I p.m. 6'1)\i.\!
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k TECHNICALDP 101 NAS Intro. Data Process 3 6:30 9:30 w to bills
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pay
DP 104 NAS Computer Program 4 6:30 9:30 TTh ,,

REGISTRATION FOR TRI nesday, May 1.
THE ORIGINAL! MESTER III A at Naval Air StaREGISTRATION DATES FORt : See HFC. .f.

on: 6:00 p. m 8:00 p.m. TRIMESTER HI B, all centers

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know what your loan will cost.
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V e... MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS .
Most Y..o.I 24 JA U 6
1's 4 ,4, popular 4 peywts payssb paysets paysrts ,,
t to watch in % of 'J" $100 5,93 729 10.07 $18.48 I
200 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97 .'
TM \ / the world 300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45 .:.
A 500 28,97 35.85 49.75 91.78
%of the world is underwater.In 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
that world,skindivers have r'
TORSO T-SHIRT 9' made the Zodiac Chart art computed at J% on that part ofKkiduUd
self-winding
monthly bolanett not txettJinf 9300 i
Tapered fit with reinforcedside.vents. Sea Wolf their undisputed first and 2% ." any """"ruln. TAil xktdult it
Perma-Sized \ choice.Big luminous,easy-to- baud tit Prompt payment and includes ctorju.
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tournament will get
underway Monday at lOa.m.here Intramural BowlingTeam
) as five teams compete for abert!h I ttt 8
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to be heldaboardbaseApri18-12. : : StandingsSLAWN :
The teams entering next week j
competition are Jax Navy, Cecil Atlantic National ..
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Field, NAS Memphis Naval ..:
Air Basic Training Command BUCHANAN GRIMES Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
Handicaps 14 6 Foggy Five I 15.5 4.5
A Pensacola and Navy Charleston Beanburners 14 6 AOMD 4## 2 '12 4
It will be double round robin .
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\ Academy Orioles Split; Spoilers 13 7 Red Darters 9 3 .
affair with the teams playi. ".
the best three of five sets for Red Darters 10 6 CPO's (FIC) 15 I 5
15 9 Faid Folk 6
B6 Balls 14
I each match. There will be four
matches staged Monday and Tennis SetsThe Chiefs VW 4 12 8 Tipplers .. 13 7
Navy
Sweeps
" Thursday with the last match Hurricanes 9 m r 7 Hard Hat. M .J *.. 10 10
11 9 Warrior f"
Chargers Sky 10 y 0
starting at 3p.m.eachday.Tuesday 4
and Wednesday will featuresix U. S. Naval Academy's "Jacksonville has some fine ten- BB Stackers 10.5. 9.5 Chiefs NARTU .4
matches with the last contest baseball team swapped games nis players and presented keen Leftovers 9 11 Blue 7 9
I getting underway at 6 p.m. with the Baltimore Oriole farm competition." Cowin is a Jun- Uncles 10 14 Molar Rollers 8 12
The winner of the tournamentwill club here over the weekend in ior from Mountain Lakes, N. J. Tar Babies 9 15 Hurricanes 7 13
represent COM Six in the two pre season contests., and ranked sixth in East Coast CPO's VP-30 8.5 15.5 Pin Teasers 5 11
South Atlantic Regional,the following Rick Buchanan, a returning college division tennis compe- AFEES 6.5, 17.5 Pin Kings, ',5 15
-- week. Also competingin letterman and third year starter tition. last season.TrT.vIL. Supply 4.5 5.5 Outcasts 4 12
for the hurled his -- '" !: ".- MARTD 4## 2 4 16
Academy, teamto '
the regional tourney will be : ,' .
COM Five, eight and ten. a 10 1 decision over theFernandina'B ....'1'1: Continental.. American ,
The All Navy volleyball tour ach based Orioles '
Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
ney will be played here April JnSaturday's[ game. The Academy r .> :;., MARTD # 1 16 4 Falcons 15 5
the 10 .
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15 19 as the top'teams throughout /. ; 679th 15 Hunters 18 6
13 hits while limiting the farm "
the Navy compete for club to eight hits. Sparks 14 6 Cloak & Dagger 17 7.
the championship crown and a Pro's 15 9 Strikers 14 6
In Sunday's contest, the Balti-
chance to move into the Interser- Eagles 12 8 Crash &Fire 15 9Unstrikeables
more fledgings dropped the Academy -
vice,.tournament\ 5-3 behind the pitchingof 6:' 40 Neptunes 14 10
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Rip Cords 14. X Impulses 11 13
I. Bill Grimes who is
.. startinghis Mad Foxes 1## 2 11
second with the Oriole 9 Cannon Cockers 11 13
-:3"-: 2:1: organization.year Grimes allowed -' Chokers Cadeuces #4# 1 12 11 12 Flap Jax 11 13

10 hits while the losing pitcher, -:' 9 11 Nomads 11 13
Electrons Needlers 7 9
''q (AFPS Feature Rick Graham gave up nine. > '4dr < White Hats 7 13 Red Darters # 1 5 7
I 1. Babe Ruth hit more home Tennis t AO.ID 4## 1 6 18 Gold 8 16
runs than any other ball playerin 1 15 1
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Greenbacks Cadeuces 2 7
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baseball.:! Who is second and The Academy's tennis team Y
how many did he hit? lost only one singles match in O / O 'i I ''0 ''''' '.i
2. The, term "Texas Leaguer"is their three days of competitionwhich 1
associated: with which sport? began here Friday. Fri- I@JJO@IJJDg)(! }\ (! [ i
football; horse shoes; baseball; day afternoon they swept four
golf. singles matches as they took on 1 By the makers of
3. In boxing divisions whichis leading junior tennis players Johnson and Evlnrude 1
heavier, bantamweight or BOY
? from the Jacksonville area. Outboard Motors.
featherweight Saturday, the Academy lost one
I who 4. Can holds you the name National the player Football of six singles matches to Jack- I Factory Authorized ,4 ,, j

record for most points in sonville University while pickingup ,Service r
championship: games? the three sets of doubles. 1 Dept. S
Sunday afternoon the Academy Complete Repairs on All Makes
Answers made a clean sweep over St.Johns
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River Junior College winning all NO SECRETS Blonde and 1 10 OFF
. .,. saws8 am; ujv qUloo 9s. JO iso; six singles matches and three beautiful Edy Williams obviout- 1 I. Net Any bOY. '..;
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aUlJaJII svij VZOJQJo puslaea10 l: doubles. I 0
ly hat no secrets in her life, despite 5 More With Trade'
vzoj*) noq sj iadvjd aqy .p Bob Cowin, the Academy's the title of her latest picture -

spunod 9Z1 ,utifl aaoui2pj9iV9j leading tennis players said for 20th Century-Fox. I AGNErf'S M..el82Z 1
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