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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be consider 4n II ffrlaWrUftlQf any
military department. The appearance' of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the prollt.t erVices advertised.

VOL. 26 NO. 3 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL I II I 1968




I 149 NASers Get Promotion Nod



Off Tests 138 Advance TuesdayTwo ), ;. Jf
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months of "sweating the 194 who were promoted off the second class and 58 men and ,, .:1\l', i '/ "'I- \1.
Navy's twice-a-year promotion August 1967 test and 73 less woman will Join the petty officer :'..}: ., I f
tests ended for 368 NASers Mon than off the tests a year ago. ranks as new third classes. < ":;">' v, ', .)t":""...}' 4 4r

day as the air station's personnel The largest portion of the new Nine enlisteds on the Commander :: ,: : ; ::
t'
office received the results of promotions 138 will become Fleet Air Jacksonville staff ,
the February exams. effective Tuesday with the other got the promotion nod Monday
The results were good news u_ __u_ _u__u ___.___u__._._u.uu.uuuuuu_
for 149 while 1&i
enlisteds were
told they failed and will have to More Promotions OH Page 5 a
wait until August in order to
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,take another shot at a new crow.
Five StrikersAn 11 scattered over July Augustand with seven becoming effectivenext
September. week. One man will put
additional five people were While no promotions were authorized on his CPO hat two will make
authorized as strikers and 29 for NASers in May and second and four go to E-4. The
were listed as PNA (passed not June those people who were other two both chiefs will be ,
advanced). The results of the listed as PNA may be picked up promoted July 16.
third class steward test will return on future promotion letters and The Jax Air News will carrya .:, P
to the station around June 1. be authorized to sew on a new break down by rates next week,
Because of the compromise of crow. listing the numbers of personnelwho
the E-4 steward test it will be Uniform Rush took the test in what pay Captain Stack (R) hands AFMA gavel to Captain Hempson.
given Navy-wide later this month grade how many passed failed
with 12 men at NAS Jax retakingthe By pay grades five men will and were listed as PNA.
exam. have until Tuesday to buy new To CPO Management Group
The total number of enlisted CPO garb, 22 will make E-6
personnel fell 45 short of the next week 53 will move up to Advancing to E 7 April 16

areAMEC R. G. Boyd ATC D. Installs New OfficersCapt.
II. Brown ASC G. W. Cutts and
HMC A. Gallagher.

'' To E-4 D. A. Hempson. NAS Jax supply officer became the new "
president of the Jacksonville Chapter 40 of the Armed Forces
ADJ1 H. Allison RMl K. Ar- Management Association during installation ceremonies at the
ceneaux HM1 R.W.Ausbon.HMlA. Officers Club Tuesday evening.
t G. Bumpus, SKI F. Capers He succeeds Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS Sax CO, as head of J:
r*" .. ..'I AS1 E. B. Clark AZ1 E. Cow art the management group.
*4ft. ADJ1 G. L. Cox DPI D. C.Gilllam Other officials Installed for 1968 -69 are G. B. Kummer Jr., .to-. ,
t. HMl A. Guntner. SMl Executive VP, NARF; Cdr. C. H. Eckert NAS lax comptroller
E. Habblett. VP for Programs; D. Worsowicz; IRD. VP for Membership; Mrs. f ,
,of Also, AZ1 H. L.' Haberle J. R. Fernandez Data Processing Cecil Field secretary; and J. .
\ AMH1 J. L. Harding. ANSI A. W. Creecy NARF treasurer. t' .
,t Maestas SDI R. Parungao HM1 New Council members for the organization are J. W. Leverence,
D. Powell. ABEl R. L. Smith NARF; H. Chesley. NARF; Mrs. Mary Selby IRD Jax; L. B. Eu-
I'R. RMl D. Steinhoff, MU1 S. Stuf- banks IRD Jax and Mrs. Barbara Nettles. NAS Jax Supply.
flebeam RIM Wilkes.andBMl Speaker at the intallation was Jerry Barnum, president of
J. Williams. Jerome Barnum Association, a world wide management constultant
To E-5 firm in New York. Capt. R. M. Harrison, CHC, served as masterof
I,, ceremonies.
JO2 M. J. Andersen PN2 P.
Aspinall SD2 A. L. Avila ABH2
Career Counselor
O. Bachhofer.AC2 B.B.Burnham. Retiring
PN 2 D. L. Carney, ASM2 C. B.
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Clark AC2 E. Clayton, ADR2L.
Conner MU2 P. R. CookAZ2
Honored
C. A Dahl, AMS2 E. W. Darden During Ceremony
ETN2 W. T. Drier AC2 S. Dum-

tR oulin ADJ2 V. O. Englar, PN2 Retiring Chief Yeoman RobertL. counselors to ensure refresher -
M. Enriquez, RM2 R. W. Fair
training and instill
career
Selby received the Navy Achievement -
PR2 R. C. Folk AMS2 C. E. orientation in his students.
Garner AE2 L. E. Glenna, RM2R. Medal during cere-
.. Goebel, AMH2 R. E. Gusta- monies at Fleet Air Jacksonville Through his excellent career'planning
headquarters Monday. Retiring and benefits guidanceto
; subordinate commands including -
son.Also with than 27 active
1 a RM2 C. Harmon AC2 W. more years
P Harrison RM2 E. Henderson duty the chief received the medal presentations to Navy
wives, Chief Yeoman Selby emphasized -
from RAdm. Robert J. Stroh
LF AC2 R. M. Jensen,ABH2J. Kirk-
of
the dignity service
/ commander Fleet Air Jackson-
land AE2 J. R. Ludwig, AMS2G. '
life and thereby increased mor-
Mangold, AE2 G. D. Maurer ville. "
i RM2 P. D. McBee, TM2 H. A. Chief Selby was cited for his ale.
t,yr McCoy ETN2 J. W. Moody. outstanding leadership profes- .
Also ATN2 D. ,R. Nicol. ETR2J. sional knowledge and initiative
? D. O'ConnellAE2L.A. Pamplin while assigned as an instructorand
AC2 F. C. Ramage, RM2G. administrative assistantat ":
L. Randall AE2 G. A. Regan the Naval Air Force Atlan- 1:. ., ,
tic Fleet Career Information .i.tJ. .. '1
HM2 S. Sample ACS M. Sander '" w "(r ,; ,
Center here. He is the second / ".
y AZ2 J. W. Sarver, AC2 R. >
y professional career counselorat
..4 Stelnhauer, IlNt2H.L.StreitAC2 the center to receive the Navy ': '
r ,
J. P. Sugg!;, ADR2 R. Vercruysse Achievement Medal in the past 'I\ ";01'-: ,
AC2 E. Wheeler PN2 R. Whit- two months.A I' i

a t' w taker. ATN2 D. F. 'Wold, native of Middletown, Ohio. '

.. 9_1. .. ., To E.4 Chief Selby entered the Navy in i)
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July 19-12 and served In the Paci- ,/

READY SERVICES; -- Easter ;sunrise) services will be heldat Bond CYN3 A03 E. Barlow T. W. Booth.AX3: G.ADJ3R. W. fic during World War II. He
,
5:55: Sunday morning be.'ide the small lake behind:: the All Borgmann YN3 T. E. Brown has been assigned to the Career
Saints Chapel. Erecting the cross In preparation for the AMS3 P. Burkard MU3 N. Information Center here since --
service are (L to R) LCdr.. Floyd E. Sims PN2 Ron Jones Chmielewski, PR3 P. Courch- March 1961. l
and Lt.-Thomas F. Johnston (ATTC). P113 D. I. Crltser AMS3A. The citation accompanying the
esne
Capt. Robert M. Harrison CHC. and Chaplain Johnson will Crivaro, CYN3 D. B. Devlin, medal reads in part: "He Introduced -
conduct the"V ervice. The chapel choir will sing and the AZ3 C. L. and presented new _
A03 R. D. Echols BR- _
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Band will play for the AMI 13 M.EvanlckiAC3J. courses of Instruction conducted '*
'! Edgerly FOR SERVICE Admiral'
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continuous retraining
obsenance. In of rain the service will a
early morning case
E. Fraley SK3 G. D. Gehrke,
Stroh Achievement Medalon
be held in the chapel. CYN3 N. A. Gibson A03 P. program for instructors under pins
his, supervision, and instituted Chief Selby during Monday
(Continued, on Page 2)) close liaslon with Fleet Unit ceremony.w .

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the Picture ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
You'rein! .
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Edward's
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'Gold, tbatjjllu|' r 4''pre| #io ] mejal l, has been a news maker for SUNDAY MASS9 a.m. .
years. It was in me 1800$ 'aai Jtil} Is today. It may seem unusual and 11 a.m. '
that you, as an American serviceman, could be associated with DAILY MASS11:30a.m..
these headlines, but you are, especially if you are serving or SATURDAY MASS9a.m.. ..

about to serve overseas. NAPS! Religious Education Classes
TUilJItt\\ SON VERY lime BIT
In today's news the gold mar-
(Grade School) - 945am.
kets of the world are affected or: CONFESSIONS5: p.m.
--and that means Uncle Sam,too. II -5:30: p.m. and 7 p.m. -7JOp.m.: w
That's where you come in, and I" MONDAY
here's how it happens: I.,' Religious Education Classes "

Traditionally gold has been t J r, (High School) - -7 p.m. '
the ultimate means of settling \, l S. TUESDAY M

accounts among trading nations. ".'., .!1)) Single Young Catholic Organiy
Since 1934 it has been the policy 6'0' '.;, zation - -7:30 p.m.
of our government to buy gold ':.;, 1 THURDA Y-CA Tl IOLIC CHOIR

from, and sell gold to, foreign '-:.: tiii '' Watch Your Speed .. Policeman R.P. Heselschwerdt sets up 7 p.m.
governments, central banks and s- 7 J U.S. Naval Hospital .
other official institutions at $35 ; '.j, .'. !, the NAS Security Departments new radar unit to curb speeding >
an ounce. 4, \," .. motorists and help prevent accidents.
SUNDAY MASS - -8j.m.
Because we have honored this I.Ufj.Rt.
the American dollar NEB\ ....
policy, over pAIL ServicesTHIRD : i
O Cross
,., Red
the years has earned the reputa- tE # SUNDAY SERVICE 10 a.m. '- .' ;, :
tion of being "as good as gold." ,"I :t.,

The confidence placed In the Y''E r.; 'J,., IN A SERIES, \ PROTESTANT "
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dollar by foreign businessmen -J 1. <" ,
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and governments is demonstrated 4 By Virginia Gunter All Saints Chapel c. : _

by the fact'that dollars are often }
used to pay for goods and serv- I Ordinary leave for com- involving death or serious ill- SUNDAY .. .
ices sold between two foreign passionate reasons maybe granted ness of close relatives whose Divine Worship Senice-lOa.m. '"
countries as well as between our ._ under certain conditions relationship does not meet the Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. .
own country and a trading ... eligibility for emergency leavein Bids. 722 .
partner. :" Naval Air Systems military regulations. Church School 9 a.m. Bldg. ''". ,
As more U.S. dollars have been"paid to foreigners by Uncle #722Junior "I". ,
Sam, some of the foreign holders of dollars have accumulatedwhat Seeks News ArticlesThe Since travel expenses during Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. : '
they consider to be more dollars than they need.In compassionate leave are often Bldg. 722 :;" .
turn, they have been selling them to their central banks In Naval Air Systems Newsis costly to the individual concernedthis Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30 ,'
exchange for their own currencies. Some of these central banks seeking newsworthy articles type of leave should be decided p.m. "
have been exchanging these dollars for U.S. gold. As a result for September 1968. upon only after all other means 'TUESDAYJunior '

Uncle Sam's gold reserves have been dropping since 1957.: Deadline for articles or photographs of solving the problem have been Choir Rehearsal p.m. .,
And here is where you, the American serviceman, enters the being submitted has been considered. Servicemen should Bldg. $ 722
picture. When serving abroad, your purchasing power Is the American set for May 15. The early dead- seek the counsel of the Red Cross WEDNESDAYSenior '
dollar. The more dollars you spend In a foreign economy, line is necessary to allow for field director and their com Choir Rehearsal 7:30... .,
the more It hurts Uncle Sam--your people back home. adequate review of submitted manding officer or senior petty p.m. S, .
There Is a solution. You can help stem our government's gold articles and for editing, printIng officer. The, problem's solution THURSDAYYoung ,
drain by purchasing American-made products and enrolling in a and distribution. may be less costly and easier Adult Club 7 p.m.. i i'S: :': ,
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savings plan. Remember, the Uniformed Services Savings Deposit Further information on sub than it appears at first. Bldg. fr; 722 \ ',\

Program pays 10 per cent Interest overseas.As nutting articles can be found in Christian Science Service I ..'i
President Johnson said: "The time has now come for decisive NavAirNote 5600.4 of Dec. 24, Red Cross services are 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751 : ', ; ." .
action designed: to bring our balance of payments to--or 1966. 'available, verification purposes ,- ."e S a. A. t o "S.'10,;.,:(' :. -' ..,.... ...;,
close to equilibrium in the year ahead. The need is a national and in case of death or serious d I' HOLY WEEK :.A.jl ('

international responsibility of the highest priority." -illness, as well as for certain PROTESTANTS .
Do --buy American and American dollars. AFPS New ,: r' "..,' ,
your pan save ( ) PO'SContinued personal and family problem: '
Maunday t (Holy) Thursday April
however, many problems cannot
( from Page I) be verified by the Red Cross 11 ;'. ".. i
because of their sensitive natureor 7:30 p.m. Communion,All Saints'Chapel .,, ,, ,
What Is Easter? GlazewskI ETN3 K., A03 Hamilton J. P., Golden ETN3, became they require character '."J

M. Hamilton, EON3 D. ?\I.Harbin. investigation.In Good Friday, April 12 :,' "<* I

By Lcdr. F. E. Sims, CH C Also CYN3 B. Hartsuff, ETR3K. such cases, notarized affidavits 12 1:00 p.m. Seven Last
D. Holt, ADJ3 R. T. Innes, are acceptable by the Words i

The glory of Easter is not spring, a new wardrobe or holidays.The ATR3 J. A. Kovach, AMIU D. adjutant general in lieu of Red All Saint Chapel '
glory of Easter is a person: the Lord Jesus Christ.!:: The W. Lentz, ATR3 G. L. Levin ky, Cross verification.
disciples were saddened and disheartened at the trial and cruci A03 J. R. Luke, RM3 C. B. Malone Easter Sunday April 14 .
fixion. Their and PH3 D. E. Mason, AE3G. r:5o) : ) a.m. Sunrise Service,Chapel .,
hopes aspirations were gone. Even the first
\
Masterson CYN3 R. k-Gln- Area.
visitors to the grave went to complete his burial. For Jesus had TrafficViolations
been buried so hurriedly on Friday that there was not enough timeto ley, AMS3: A. Mc tullen, ETN3E. 9 a.m. Sunday School, Bldg.. f 722 "1 "
properly prepare his remains. Seemingly, the furtherest thought J. Melkel, UTA3 W. Mespelt.? 10 a.m. Easter Services; AllSaints' ,
from any of the disciples' minds was that Jesus would rise from AMS3( ?Mullenax.t Chapel i':':
the dead. -J ; Also, CYN3 R. P.OrattoADJ3 10 a.m.. 1 hospital Chanel :
S. Patton, ADR3 L. Pinkston, PI 13 10:30 a.m. i Hospital! Chapel Lutheran : ", "
Yet upon the first day of the week, not only was the tomb empty, S. M. Rascoe AMS3D.Reynolds: Holy Communion s", : ,
but the angels proclaimed: "He is risen." These words changedthe N.
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CYN3 W. A. Sard, AC3 C. Shuler 1> -
The following is of .
life of the disciples. For this announcement gave life to the a report ROMAN CATHOLIC ,
CSS J. G. Simpson, AMIW? : motor vehicle accidents and traf- "
disciples.The R. Stelninger; AK3: K. A. Straw. fic violations for the period of Holy Thursday April 11 I
religion of Easter stresses life, not death. And the disciplescame DP3 T. Sweeney, PH3 B. W. March 26 through April 1. 7:30 p.m. Mass and Procession t"i '
alive after they had seen the risen Lord. Just as Easter Taylor, ETN3 L. J. Teal, CYN3E. Number of Accidents St. Edwards Chapel
life and vitality to the disciples, even so our life should take onnew D. Thomas,AO3 B.Thompson, This Week eo - -6 1
meaning as we contemplate the miracle of the resurrection ASM3 11. Viehmann, MlMD.Von-: Total Accidents this year th rough Good; Friday April 12 ;:s
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during this Easter season. fraenkel. AMS3: J.I.I. Wharton, April ] - - -61J ;3 p.m. Good Friday Liturgy r.
AMS3 G.; L. Wheeler AZ3 K. Number of Accidents through Sr. Edwards Chapel :, '1, S "
Jesus has called us to "come" to him. But we also need to remember Whitlock, ATN3 R. Willbrandt( :
March' 26 - - -60 i
that He has commanded that we "go and tell the world." ATN3 J. Williams' RM3 L. S. Total number of days' since Holy Saturday, April 13 ;s >"
As we gather to worship the Risen Lord this Easter we to rand '
may go Wiseman. last; Injury in a motoryehicle 7:30 p.m. Easter Vigil Liturgy : :--
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serve our family, our neighbor, our friends and the world with Mass;, St. Ed\\'ard3Olapcl ,, \
His love. Other Promotees Occident - - -15 -r.-... ;..k
Number of ViolationsThis
ADJC W. Hildreth, YN3 S. ;,Week:3': -; Easter Sunday f.. f r

Feldbauer and C. Pettie will be Speeding - - -3T: 8 a.m.Mass Hospital Chapel t:: :,
advanced July 16, and HMJ W. Reckless Driving eo..; -3; 9 a.m. Mass St. EdwardsChapel ( .',

JAX JLXXf 1STEWS Bergler will be advanced: August Going through stop Sign .- -4 ;
16. Other Violations34 11a.m. Mass St. Edwards 7' .
September 16, ADJ3 T. Bunting Twenty three.driver; appeared Chapel .
ADJ3 M. M. Busick, ADJ3J. before the Traffic Hearing .
The 1 J\\ AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Landerer ADJ3 J. A. Little Board at the meeting heldon ,\
distributed each Thursday at the tl. S. Naval! Air Station, DTG3 D. R. Schneck and ADJ3J. of thecae
4.
Jacksonville' Florida, by the Holt Publishing. Company, L. Shipman will advance.Com April Disposition ::
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JA\ AIR :; included the following: Save forJarainy
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Uox Fair Hikes Four lot: driving and parking
2, NAS J Jacksonville, by 12"PO noon on Monday before pub privileges aboard station for : ,P:.
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone -
Com Fair Jax staffers being various periods; 12 were assigned ;- '\
772 311* or 3119. promoted next week are: 'YNJ \ to complete an' eiWtt -hour day. ri:
: .
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries Thadde Adamczyk, PT2 LloydA. courses in remedial driving at i },.
concerning such should be directed to: Grissom, RM-J 1: Robert W. NATTC; Four received sus- 'it .
Hall, CYNJ William: Humphrey.PH3 pensions; Five were given ; .
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Michael McClue, YN2 Michael warnings; Three was dismissed S / '.
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388. 2755 Slagle and BMC{ Richard Nine were fined (C. S. COM Invest In ; ,:
Thornton.The MISSIONER: ; and two referredto U. S. Savings t:''
following men will be pro- commanding: officers for -
VOL. 26 NO. 3 possible Bonds
APRIL I II i, 1968 ,
moted July 1G from Com Fair : disciplinary; action. Twenty 1
Jax: AKC: James Falrclotli and five drivers were assessed 54 Freedom .
ATC Robert Jones points. SharesI ',
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I Towers Tear Tranquility Career Talk

The sound starts at a low position a cell operator can check
hum and builds to anear-shatter- pressure, RPM's, vibrations, With Chief CMSOI
ing roar that reverberates all temperature, and cancontrolfuel
over the station. Black smoke supply and po\,' ,r.
and gases erupt from the twin Both cells consist of four The Career Counselor's officeis
;! towers. An hour later the noise rooms, including the control responsible for explaining the
is forgotten and the towers mute, room, engine room, augmenter advantages of the Navy, and en-
until the next engine arrives. room, and exhaust (tower) couraging re-enlistments, but it
: Those grim-looking buildings room. The engine room housesa Is.also. a depository for training
which sound like the other side 30,000 pound thrust bed, where aids.
of eternity and resemble furnaces the engine is secured for the run. Available from the Career office -
are the ADD engine test Behind the engine is the first are slide projectors, movie
cells, where jet engines are stage :augmenter, a huge pipe
projectors, screens, a tape recorder -
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checked after The which catches
repair. cells the exhaust gases
opaque screen, and Various -
i may handle as many as 47 engines and guides them into another, training films.
a month. The average is larger augmenter.. From the
about 30.Engines. second stage "pipe", gases One of the most enlighteningaids
I may also be"trouble- are forced through vertical vanes I is a tape made by Capt. I
shooter-tested" before any workis (not in new cell) which coun- Thornton about his confinementas I l
done, to determine exactly teract exhaust swirl. The gas a prisoner of war duringthe
what repairs are needed. then collides with a series of Korean Conflict.
I Trouble-shooting in the cells "turning vanes", slightly curved Slide presentations include I
eliminates the timeconsumingjob plates, which drive the gases up BOUNDLESS FRONTIERS, THE
of pulling the motor out of and out of the tower. NAVY IN VIETNAM,SUSTAINED
the aircraft and putting it back Built in 1959 60, the cells POWER AT SEA AND THE NAVY
several times. are not adequate for the heavy AND NUCLEAR POWER.Permanent -
The cells are built of 12-inch- TF 30 Corsair engine. Whena custody films available are
thick re-inforced concrete which CLIMBING THE ADVANCE-
TF 30 is run, the doors
provides safety for the operatorsand must be left open in order to pro MENT LADDER, US STRIKE
reduces noise. Each of the vide enough\ air. COMMAND, FLIGHT DECK, and
_, two units has a control room pro- Cell Two is presently under- TO CATCH A SHADOW.
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tected from the engine by shatter- All of
going modification which will --"-- --- ----- these training devices,
1 resistant glass panels. From this double intake and exhaust The business end of an engine from the augmenter's point of plus new films each month, may

view. If the engine were turned up, a steak, in. the camera's be checked out through the Career
position, would be burned in about five seconds. Office. Reservations are some- .
times necessary for the more
popular films.GIANT .
capacity and enable the tests to men as long as possible. "ft
be made with far less noise. takes about six months for the
The modified cell will have average man to get the hang of SWAP MEETJAX
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two four foot air intake vents this thing. Our guys do it in
in the front of the building anda about three months and we like LARGEST FLEA

fib much larger augmenter sys- to keep them around for awhile" MARKET
Is tem to control exhaust. In addition The facilities are part of the Come Buy, Sell or Browse-
the vertical "prisonbars"will AMD Power Plants division, Thousands of Items. '
be eliminated and a baffle headed by Lt. H. M. Fernandez.The Blanding Drive-in Theatre
sound supressing system, will be Every Sat. 7 am.6
installed.The cells resemble nothingso p.m.
much the Inside of Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.!
cells are staffed by seven as a pirate -
men, including Chief J. E. Simpson cave. The augmenter and tow- 768 7085 or 768 4793 i
", Y who said that he likes to keep er rooms are dark and damp.
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April 20th some 20 major National Corporations will

be interviewing in our offices for sales and administrative Ie.e'k MOlt

positions. Local-Southeast-Nationwide and Inter '
national locations.

The only requirement is that you be pre-interviewed

and registered in our office no later than Thursday April ,

18th. There is no cost to you at all-no registration fee "
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I Hundreds Authorized CrowsVAP62


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E-6 ly, ADJ2 W. M. Sapp, AE2 H.
Schulman and ADR2 R. J. Wil- "
A01 J. H. Baker, AE1 D. F. ler.
Barney, AE1 E. Bullard, AEl September advancements Include -
CPO J. Courmler, AE1 C. Fields, : YNl W. A. Evans and ;
AE1 K. Lovett, AEl L. Montgomery ADJ2 W. A. Anton.
ATC J. Crampton, PUC J. L. AE1 M. Solley, AOl
Jenkins, ILMC R. Nunn, AEC O. T. Stewart and A01 C.D.Swann.
Thompson, AEC J. Wagner, E- 5 VP5CPO
ABHC E. Hod e, ATC J. D.
Jackson, and ADJC T. Lee. AMS2 D. A. Claridge, AE2 G.
W. Frush, MM2 P. M. Hask-

E-6 ew, AE2 R. Matheny, DP2L. AEC H. E. Ergle, AMEC L. 1'K\i
ATI R. Dotson,Pill D.Dreher,
C. Ward DTG2 C. Weaverand
Herring, ATC G. W. J. Reed,
ATI J. Giddens, Pill S. Hoder, AMS2 R. B. Writs. ADJC K. E. Shull and ADJC F. ; hHR\j
Pill J. Jeans PHI J.Lorantos .w__ JI"O'"I"/" '" Wiliif.lt: J" ", __ .f. .-
AE1 E. Rummel, AK1 R. Ryan, E -4 I Sutton. PROMOTION -- Cdr. Ronald G. Shelly, officer-in-charge of
AE1 S. Snodsrass, PHI L. Wil- TD3 J. T. Blevins, PN3' E-6 VAP-62's Detachment had his new shoulder boards pinnedon
liams and PTl L. Wittmayer. R. Brown DTG3 R. E. Fite, AO1 C. Fernandez, CS1 B. by Cdr. F.S. Coleman commanding officer, and Mrs. Shelly f
E-S PN3 H. H. Hill, CYN3 G. L. R. Green AE1 E. S. Greene, in ceremonies held April 4.
Prarat, and PN3 S. M. Roth. AT! W. G. Hale, ADJ1 G.
AE2 R. Amestoy, PH2 B. Jax and Canadian Squadrons
Hitchcock, ADJ1 R. W. Lord
Other AdvancementsJuly
August, PH2 B. E. Bland, ADJ2D ,
Diaz, PR2 F. Driscoll, AE2D. Jr., ATI H. N. Moore, ADJ1
: 16, YN3 J. A. Hamiltonwill Form Chapter of P-2000 Club
D. W. Newth, ADJ1 D. L.
.,L. Dubay, AMH2 J. Gunn,Pill join the petty officer ranks, -
Ruarksand AOl G. T. Williams.
G. Handleman, AQB2 R.Harness,
and AK3 G. W. Foote and JOSH.
Patrol Squadron Thirty, De the pleasure of hosting, a delegation -
AQB2 R. Hatmaker, TN2 R.Ice,
T. Baker will be advanced
the Atlantic from its Canadian
E- 5 tachment Jacksonville, counter-
ATN2 J. R. Jackson, ADJ2 A.
Sept. 16.
Fleet SP 2 replacement part, Maritime Operational
Jones, AZ2 R. Lemois, PT2 D.
Logan, ATR2 G. Lystad, ADJ2F. ATR2 L. E. Babcock, ADJ2T. training squadron, recently hadff1'"L Training Unit Two, Summerside,
Meyers, PN2 D. Michaud, W. Beane, DK2 R. Blackwell, Prince Edwards Island, Canada,
_. AZ2 D. Moon, PH2 D. Morris, NARTUCPO A02 D. R. Bridge, ATR2 L. H. for the formation of a chapter of
Brown ATN2 D.L.BushAME2D. the P 2000 club.
AME2 ,
YN2 D. Morse, R. 10rtenson -
ADJ2 T. Parrish, PH2 Campbell, AME2 D. Carroll This select club, a strictly
R. Purdum, PH2 D. Schulze, ADJ2 M. Clemente, AE2 G.Deni- R social organization whose purpose -
PH2 D. Sieburg, AK2 P.Sprague, SKC T. E. Foust, ATC R. court, ADJ2 L. W. Fite, ADJ2L. is to promote harmony and
AK2 W. Straitt, AE2 J. Walsh, Hellmig, ADJC A. Mitchell,ATCG. Francis, A02 R. R. Frost?' good fellowship, is open only to
AK2 D. Ward, AQB2 G. E. Wil- E. Whitt and AMSC R. Wil- AE2 P. V. Green, AE2 W. L. those who have flown a minimumof
son and ATN2 W. Wise.E liams. Hagin, ADJ2 R. Hammond, AE2J. 2000 hours, either as pilot or
E-6 M. Hubbard and ATN2 W. special crew in the SP 2 air-

4 YN1 F. Benton, AMH1 B. L. Johnson. craft.A .
PN3 R. M. Bell, AMS3 E. Byrd, TDl R. K. Childers, Also AX2 J. E. Kelley, AMS2A. e total of 18 persons
Bettini, PR2 K. Bliscke, ATR3 TDl L. McClain, and AK1 L. J. Kroutil, AE2 J. P. Lennon, .., : were initiated into the chapter.
M. Campbell, AQB3 G. Carter, Ravese. AE2 J. J. Linden, AE2 T. J. 't>>, t..,.,>,"'f 'W, ess.eee.
AMS3 G. Dethloff, ADJ3 D.Eagle E-5 Martin, AE2 M. McSwiney, AE2D. > : NEW ADMIRAL
PT3 W. French, AE3J. L. Norton,ATR2 T.Paramore I"J !
Garrett PR3 F. Goldbronn, ATN2 L. E. Brown ADR2 C. AMH2 R. Patterson, ATR2 B. VP-45's AVCM gwa1+ r.w. COLOR TV $295
L. Schmidt, SD2 A. P. Silva, John R.
AMS.3: D. Hoffman, AQB3 R. Calhoun, ADR2 D.Crowder,AE2J.
Hudson, AE3 T. D. Kirk, YN3R. L. Evans, AZ2 V. A. Fres- AMS2 L. E. Sinks, AE2 W. Goodman (top), CPO maintenance Big screen console models
HM2 Hanson Spelch, HM2 M. Stoltenberg, material control, and scratched In shipment. $12 mo
Lewis YN3 R. McClay AMS3G. ca, J. A. ADJ2W. 384-1361 or 725.3111 open Sun 1-'.
McLoughUn, ADJ3 R. Olsonn, P. King, ADR2 J. W. Morgan AZ2 J. Thoreson, AMH2 D. PR2 Emmett W. Blandford
TDR3 Orosz. PH3 T. Rawlings, AE2 D. A. Nelson, AMS2W. Weinert, AME2 R. Westfall and (bottom) master-at-arms, dur-
AQB3 L. Rundle, AMH3! J. Sat- Schwertz, ATR2 C. Sexton, ADJ2 H. W. Young. ing the squadron's Operation
terley, PH3 D. Schola and ADJ3D. ADR2 C. Simons, PN2 R. Van- E-4 Springboard '68, received a HONDAMONTESA
Titus. poolen, ADR2 R. A. '{arisco.
letter of from CO
appreciation
.I AMS2 W. Wallington, and'A nI2 PH3 D. Bachelder, AX3 M.
Other AdvancementsSept. W. W. Walshe. T. Carlson ADJ3 J. L. Car- Cdr; H.D. Wilbur April 2 for a
ter, AX3 D. C. Casey, ATN3R. job? "well done." MOTORCYCLES
16 promotions include E-4 Duaime, PH3 W. Fishbourne,
ADJ3 J. Colyer, ADJ3 J. Mercer AMS3 T. Berman, AE3 G. J. AMS3 T. J. Gaumer, AX3 G. ,-
ABII3 Schneider and ADJ3E. Bliss, ATN3 D. E. Clark, H. Gossien AX3 A. F. Gross, 0.. ',
ADJ3 G. McWhorter, AE3 W. ADJ3 P. F. Hefton, A03 E. Mc-
Murray, ATN3 E. R. Reneman, Gregor AX3 E. F. Mueller, I J
Stark.NATTC AK3 W. K. Soud, ADR3 D. G. AMS3 R. Poirier, AMH3 J. YnPy
Thomas, and AMS3 C. E. Wil- N. Poole, ADJ3 S. E. Ray, MOTORS
liams. CYN3 W. P. Scott, AMS3 W.Steerman N and
":', ADJ3 R. Tomlinson,
',' CPO Other Advancements PR3 H. G. Turco, AX3 W. K. CYCLES CO.

,: AEC C. D. Bailey, AEC W. August 16 advancements Include West, and ADJ3 V. G. Wilson. See Honda's Hot "350"

Benton, AEC J. Burckhalter, : ATR2 L. Catalanello,
AEC A. Dorough, AOC L. Doyle, AE2 II. Fullbright ATR2 C. STAY ON THE TEAM .j y 4949 BlandingPH
AEC B. F. Felt, ADJC G. E. Haggins, ADJ2 L. Hall AE2J.
Foust, AEC A. D. Haynes, AOC C. Howell, ATN2 L. D. Live- GO NAVY 9t 7718244rover
R. W. Henley( AMSC L. J. j I
Nytz, AEC L. E. Prince, AEC
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Flaming center diamond,1/7ct
r, total wt Solid 14 k gold Elegant center diamond, ct total wt Solid 14-k gold 10 magnificent diamonds, Official Depository. Each Monday at 10:00: A.M.
ringswhiteoryeilow.Both( ) l/12cttotalwt/ Solid 14k rings(white or yellow). Both 1/3/ ct total wt Solid 14k (Pacific Standard Time) all entry blanks will
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I Hundreds Authorized CrowsVAP62



E-6 ly, ADJ2 W. M. Sapp, AE2 H.
Schulman and ADR2 R. J. Wil-1..
A01 J. H. Baker, AE1 D. F. ler. r / _
Barney, AE1 E. Bullard, AE1J. September advancements Include -
CPO Courmier, AE1 C. Fields, : YN1 W. A. Evans and M '
AE1 K. Lovett, AE1 L. Montgomery ADJ2 W. A. Anton.
ATC J. Crampton, PUC J. L. AE1 M. Solley, AOl
Jenkins, HMC R. Nunn, AEC O. T. Stewart and AOl C.D.Swann.
Thompson, AEC J. Wagner, E-5 VP5CPO
ABHC E. Hodge, ATC J. D.
Jackson, and ADJC T. Lee. AMS2 D. A. Claridge, AE2 G.
W. Frush, MM2 P. M. Haskew -
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ATI R. Dotson,PHI D.Dreher, .
C Ward, DTG2 C. Weaverand
Herring, ATC G. W. J. Reed,
ATI J. Giddens PHI S. Hoder
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PH1J. Jeanes, PHI J.LorantosAE1 ADJC K. E. Shull and ADJC F. -

E. Rummel, AK1 R. Ryan, 4 Sutton. PROMOTION .:-'Cdr. Ronald G. Shelly,--officer-ln-charge of

'AE1 S. Snodgrass, PHI L. Williams TD3 J. T. Blevins, PNS'B. E-6 VAP-62's Detachment-19 had his new shoulder! boards pinned ,

and PT1 L. Wittmayer.E R. Brown, DTG3 R. E. Fite, A01 C. Fernandez, CS1 B. on by Cdr. F.S. Coleman, commanding officer, and Mrs. Shelly f
-5 PN3 H. H. Hill, CYN3 G. L. R. Green, AE1 E. S. Greene, in ceremonies held April 4.
Prarat, and PN3 S. M. Roth. ATI W. G. Hale, ADJ1 G.
AE2 R. Amestoy, PH2 B.
Hitchcock ADJI R. W. Lord Jax and Canadian Squadrons
,
August, PH2 B. E. Bland, ADJ2D Other AdvancementsJuly ,
-. Diaz, PR2 F. Driscoll, AE2D. 16, YN3 J. A. Hamilton Jr., ATl H. N. Moore, ADJ1 Form Chapter off P-2000 ClubPatrol
D. W. Newth, ADJ1 D. L.
.L. Dubay, AMH2 J. Gunn,PH2 will join the petty officer ranks,
G. Handleman, AQB2 R.Harness, and AK3 G. W. Foote and JO3 Ruarksand AOl G. T.Williams.E .
Squadron Thirty, De the pleasure of hosting, a delegation -
AQB2 R. Hatmaker, ATN2 R.Ice, H. T. Baker will be advanced
ATN2 J. R. Jackson, ADJ2 A. -5 tachment Jacksonville, the Atlantic from its Canadian counterpart -
Jones, AZ2 R. Lemois, PT2 D. Sept. Fleet SP 2 replacement Maritime Operational
Logan, ATR2 G. Lystad, ADJ2F. 16.NARTU ATR2 L. E. Babcock, ADJ2T. training squadron, recently had Training Unit Two, Summerside;
Meyers, PN2 D. Michaud, W. Beane, DK2 R. Blackwell, Prince Edwards Island, Canada,
AZ2 D. Moon, PH2 D. Morris, A02 D. R. Bridge, ATR2 L. H. for the formation of a chapter of
YN2 D. Morse, AME2 R.Mortenson Brown, ATN2 D.L.Bush,AME2 1wLV the P 2000 club.
ADJ2 T. Parrish, PH2 CPO D. Campbell, AME2 D. Carroll : This select club, a strictly
R. Purdum, PH2 D. Schulze, ADJ2 M. Clemente, AE2 G.Deni- social organization whose pur-
,. PH2 D. Sieburg, AK2 P.Sprague, SKC T. E. Foust, ATC R. court, ADJ2 L. W. Fite, ADJ2L. pose is to promote harmony and
AK2 W. Straitt, AE2 J. Walsh, Hellmig, ADJC A.Mitchell,ATC Francis, A02 R. R. Frost good fellowship, is open only to
AK2 D. Ward, AQB2 G. E. Wil- G. E. Whitt and AMSC R. Wil- AE2 P. V. Green, AE2 W. L. those who have flown a minimumof
son and ATN2 W. Wise. liams. Hagin, ADJ2 R. Hammond, AE2J. 2000 hours, either as pilot or
E-6 M. Hubbard and ATN2 W. special crew in the SP 2 aIr-

E-4 YN1 F. Benton, AMHl B. L. Johnson. craft.A .
PN3 R. M. Bell, AMS3 E. Byrd, TDl R. K. Childers, Also AX2 J. E. Kelley, AMS2A. total of 18 persons
Bettini, PR2 K. Bliscke, ATR3 TDl L. McClain, and AKl L. J. Kroutil, AE2 J. P. Lennon, 01'Y' .t were initiated into the chapter.
AE2 J. J. Linden, AE2 T. J. ,
M. Campbell, AQB3 G. Carter, Ravese. ,, *' :
AMS3 G. Dethloff, ADJ3 D.Eagle E- 5 Martin, AE2 M. McSwiney, AE2D. ..rVP45's NEW
PT3 W. French, AE3J. L. Norton,ATR2 T. Paramore I i\r II \ ",, ./ ADMIRAL
Garrett, PR3 F. Goldbronn, ATN2 L. E. Brown, ADR2 C. AMH2 R. Patterson, ATR2 B. COLOR
AMS3: D. Hoffman, AQB3 R. Calhoun, ADR2 D.Crowder,AE2J. L. Schmidt, SD2 A. P. Silva, AVCM John R. TV $295
Hudson, AE3 T. D. Kirk, YN3R. L. Evans, AZ2 V. A. Fresca AMS2 L. E. Sinks, AE2 W. Goodman (top), CPO maintenance Big screen console models
Lewis, YN3 R. McClay, AMS3G. HM2 J. A. Hanson, ADJ2W. Speich, HM2 M. Stoltenberg, material control, and WI:6e 7253111 in shipment open Sun$12 14.mo
McLoughlln, ADJ3 R. Olsonn, P. King ADR2 J. W. Morgan AZ2 J. Thoreson, AMH2 D. PR2 Emmett W. Clandford,
TDR3 Crosz. PH3 T. Rawlings, AE2 D. A. Nelson, AMS2W. Weinert, AME2 R. Westfall and (bottom) master-at-arms, dur-
AQB3 L. Rundle, AMH3 J. Sat- Schwertz, ATR2 C. Sexton, ADJ2 H. W. Young.E. ing the squadron's Operation
terley, PH3 D. Schola and ADJ3D. ADR2 C. :Simons: PN2 R. Van- E Springboard '68, received a HONDAMONTESA
Titus. poolen, ADR2 R. A. Varisco,
( AMS2 W. Wallington, an j'AMH2W. PH3 D. Bachelder, "AX3 M. letter of appreciation from CO
Other AdvancementsSept. W. Walshe. T. Carlson, ADJ3 J. L. Car- Cdr. H.D. Wilbur April 2 for a
ter, AX3 D. C. Casey, ATN3R. job "well done." MOTORCYCLES
16 promotions include E-4 Duaime, PH3 W. Fishbourne,
ADJ3 J. Colyer, ADJ3 J. Mercer AMS3 T. Berman, AE3 G. J. AMS3 T. J. Gaumer, AX3 G. ,-
ABH3 K.K.Schneider ADJ3E. Bliss, ATN3 D. E. Clark, H. Gossien AX3 A. F. Gross, o.
:: ADJ3 G. McWhorter, AE3 W. ADJ3 P. F. Hefton, A03 E. Mc-
Murray, ATN3 E. R. Reneman, Gregor AX3 E. F. Mueller, 2
Stark.NATTC AK3 W. K. Soud, ADR3 D. G. AMS3 R. Poirier, AMH3 J.
.. Thomas, and AMS3 C. E. Wil N. Poole, ADJ3 S. E. Ray,
liams. CYN3 W. P. Scott, AMS3 W. MOTORS and
'' Steerman, ADJ3 R. Tomlinson,
N. CPO Other Advancements PR3 H. G. Turco, AX3 W. K. CYCLES CO.

AEC C. D. Bailey, AEC W. August 16 advancements include West, and ADJ3 V. G. Wilson. See Honda's Hot "350"

Benton, AEC J. Burckhalter, : ATR2 L. Catalanello,
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210 MAIN ST. CLUB NOTES I
DOWNTOWN ONLY -- I I WIVES


The JOWC held a luncheon Jane Gustavson Pat Trawick, Marylou Holder, recording sec-
April and hosted fashion show Jeanne Myers, Diane Taylor and retary; Jean O'Neal and Sally
with Jean Jowers of Orange Park. Pat Baca.A Byers, corresponding secre-
The hostesses were Mesdames slate of candidates for next tary; and Marge Allen and Gin-

F. S. Coleman VAP-62; II. P. years' board was selected. Selected ger Connoly: ,.treasurer.. . .
Summers, VW-4; and A. J. were Mesdames Helen
Hyman, FAETUELANT, Ja.:<. Graves and Ramona Curry,pres- Navy Wives Club Jax f 86 helda
Fashions were modeled by club ident; Dot Kunkel and Jean Knapp business meeting April 3.
members, Mesdames Jan Rob- vice-president; Marie Maloy and Mrs. Thomas J.Bennett,pres-
ertsen Pat Jerimiah Ginger Linda Burnheart, second vice- ident, was awarded the highest
Ic Ice Connolv... Justine Solan., Sarah .president: Midge. Dusenberryand honor of the Navy Wives Clubs
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for her years of service, a life

JOWC Fashion Show membership.
Delegates for the Southeast
Regional Navy Wives Convention -
P1 aic 11 11i a which will be held MayS!
in Charleston, S.C., were se-
y lected. Mesdames Charles Smith
Henry Barnes and John Treutel
will accompany the club ..presi
dent. Mrs. Thomas Hamby will
.
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be the alternate.The

club's annual Easter Egg
: Hunt for children was held Sun-

.day at the Skeet Club
Ik "Iv'
A "Mad Hatters"luncheon was
yet .< held today at noon with the members -

.a.., competing for the prizesin
} their own creations. The May-
y i port Navy Wives Club were

guests.

1r New members welcomed to the -
,e h club were Mesdames Kenneth
Rector and David Scott. Mrs.
o.A;
Rose Turley transferred from

. J the Lemoore, Calff., Navy Wives
nYP't Club.
r
Assistance in the exercising ofa
Cerebral Palsy child was voted
as a club project. Anyone ableto
help should contact Mrs.Edgar
NEWSWINGFR! Trittschuh for the schedule.The .

next meeting is plannedfor
April 17 at 7:30 p.m. Free
nursery care Is provided for

,:: FROM POLAROID .Z -w "z i member's children at the base
: nursery.
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I > 44 MERITORIOUS MASTS .. a.
n
LtCol.
181 A. E. James, MAD commanding -
Three Marines receh'ed'meritorious officer.
t masts recently. r >
r LtCol. A. E. James commanding CAREER NEWS
officer of MAD, pre- Some 60 Inspectorinstructorbillet
\ I sented two and 1st Lt. R. E. vacancies exist for first
f;
NO MONEY DOWN Harris, AO Marine liaison officer term sergeants and corporals to
i Low Monthly Terms 1 presented the third. MOS 0141 under Marine Corps giveyou
; Reg. Price $24.95 1 Cpl Thomas T. Montgomery Order 1133.1511: according to
Jr., a legal clerk, was presenteda Marine Corps Bulletin 1133 of
merit mast April 2 for his Mar. 11. Eligible personnel may that trim
initiative, aggressiveness, and also re-up for any one of the 17
I military bearing. The mast readIn officer selection office billet \'a- athleticlook
Never any focusing I part, "Your attention to duty cancies.
has resulted In spending long Consult your Career Advisory
Loads instantly! hours accomplishing the legal NCO in Bldg. 572.ARRIVALS.
I work of "
this detachment. AND
LCpl. Danny R. King receivedhis
Now.all! the advantages of the popular\ t, citation April 4.. King, attached DEPARTURESThree E
I Swinger??plus full size 3%x4%" to Phase I, AE School, TM
you're earned his mast for his Industriousness Leathernecks were welcomed -
Just the film in
drop
place..and \ cheerfulness and in. to MAD and four were bid
1*' ready to take sharp; clear pictures! perfect f itiative. His citation read In part, goodbyes recently. TORSO T-SHIRT
:a j picture in just 10 seconds! : "You have repeatedly shown a Pfc. George B. Moody and William Tapered fit with reinforced
m sense of perception and wisdom C. Wolfe and Pvt. KermitE. side-vents. Perma Sized
Well beyond your year ." Potter, Jr., reported here combed cotton knit. White.SHORTISHORTTM.
Lt. Harris presented meri- from Basic Personnel Adminis- S-M-L
: J a
I FREE HR PARKING torious mast to LCpl. Ronald P. tration School Parris Island,
Beilstein April 3 for finishing S.C. Moody and Wolfe were assigned -
: W/S2.00 PURCHASE I first In a class of 15) in AO I to personnel and Potter hIps.Short Reinforced and tapered to hug the
School. was assigned i as a clerk in Mar side-vents.
e Mecfi "P" School. Combed cotton broadcloth.
i );
: ) .; PROMOTIONS The four departures, all with 2840.
Promotion warrant \\'erepre- orders to WestPac were SSgt.
-
sented to two Marines April 2. Robert F. Frost, armorer; Cpl. AT YOUR
[frk7Lm1ii 4 i t Cpl. Billy R. Harold, testing Billy R. Harold, testing clerk,
clerk, MarMcch "P" School,andLC.pl.c..1urle MarMech "P" School; Cpl. NAVY EXCHANGESTORE
F. Gring, anillus- Thomas T.
Montgomery, Jr., legal -
DOWNTOWN ONLY 210 MAIN ST. trator at the art shop, were pro- clerk; and SSgt. Miguel! Bey
moted to their ranks by
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OfferedMerit New Program BeginsFor



currenty promotions open for opportunities receipt of Overseas
Duty
, applications are listed below. M s
, The closing date of each is shown. -
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -
grade levels GS 4 and below; The Navy Department has issued stricted to career and career-
i MPB No. 79 67 Plan C advance information on new conditional employees; employees -
all semi skilled positionspay program plans for facilitatingthe of the excepted service with
level 7 and below; MPB tL recruitment of employeesfor competitive civil service status",
No. 83 67 Plan B all skill-
of '
tours duty overseas. and applicants eligible for reinstatement -
ed positions pay level 8 and The purpose of the program Irii.the Federal er- :>
above. Area of consideration: '
called the Department of Defense vice.
NAS, NARF NARTU, COM w' .t'kF Automated Overseas Employ- To be registered in the sys-
FALRJAX, Navy CommissaryStores ment Referral Program,is to develop tem, applicants must be 21 years
Navy Recruiting Sta a source of eligibles for of age or older; meet qualification -
tion, Jax. Applications will be for
hard-to-fill vacancies existing requirements posi-
accepted at any time. A sep- ar sQ overseas activities. tion for which application is
arate application Form 57 is required 3 { The program provides for reg- made; be available in 30 days;
for each
.NS
position. c a H istration and referral of inter- agree to serve full tour of duty
MPB No. 158 67 Indus -
ested Department of Defense em- overseas and return within five
trial Engineer GS 5, 7,
ployees and certain other appli- years; and secure a written release -
9 and 11. Area of consideration THE BEGINNING James W. Hall (R), the second employee cants against vacancies at DOD from their unit if they are
: nationwide. Applicationswill hired for the activity which later became NARF, was activities in foreign areas,Canal members of National Guard or
be until the needs
of the service accepted are met and will retired in a ceremony on March 28. C. E. Field, shops super Zone Territories Alaska and reserve forces. _. '.

be considered as received. intendent, presented Hall with a watch. Hawaii. Registration in the programwill
MPB No. 31 68 Management Registration eligibility is re- begin on May 1. .'
Analyst, GS 11. Area of con-
sideration: nationwide. Applications -
r. will be accepted through

the MPB close No.of 44-68 business Photolitho-Tuesday. c Vl We make it EASY to JOIN the

grapherHalftone( ) $3.38 $3.52 HOME OF THE '
$3.66 ph. Area of consideration /

business:be nationwide.accepted May through 2. Applicationswill the closeof qT0 R B 0/ GATOR BOWL ASSOCIATION!!


MPB No. 45 68 Super- ,
visory Supply Clerk, GS 5. 4. YM
Area ot consideration: NAS,
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX. ,'' '
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy
Recruiting Station Jax. Appli-
cations will be accepted through ,
\ the close of business Monday. 1
MPB No. 46 68 Supervisory
Supply Clerk GS 5. Area of
consideration: NAS, NARF, I'

I ,;: NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy
Commissary Stores, Navy Re -
I cruiting Station, Jax. Applica-
tions will be accepted throughthe
close of business Tuesday. -
MPB No. 47 68 Military
Personnel Technician, GS 7; a ;'
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rh.f .
68 Pk 'R 'J ,14f
MPB No. 48 Military a "
Personnel Clerk, GS 4. Area
of consideration: WAS NARF, Yf

NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy / l.' <4 &
*
Ii Commissary Stores, Navy Recruiting '
Station, Jax. Appli-
cations will be accepted through f
, the close of business Tuesday. I
'I. MPB No. 49 68 Supervisory -"
Electronics Engineer, M
GS 9 or 11: MPB No. '50- y k ;t ti
68 Computer Specialist, GS 11. ,3 ti
" Area of consideration: nation-
f wide. Applications will be accepted 'f)
"
, through the close of bus- .i&'

" iness May 8. I '.
MPB No. 51 68 Produc-
tion Controller (Electronics),
GS 9 NTE 1 year. Area
of consideration. NAS, NARF

NARTU COMFAIRJAX, Navy i,..,,. ., S,)
@ nyw. ; y
Commissary Stores Navy Re- .
f cruiting Station, Jax. Applications 7/ MEMBER
i will be accepted through r "
'< the close of business April 22.
\\t MPB No. 52 68 Voucher ,.
.
C J Examiner (Typing), GS 5 !
[ CD I z .'t
t (Duty location Orlando). Area WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK 1 -."\'"1

it j of consideration: Sixth Navy .. .
District Naval activities. applications Q ',
I will be accepted 9
through close of business April. C' 1968 ."'j
,
I 30. BANK OF ORANGE PARK "
MPB No. 53 68 Education .
Service Ass 1st a n tGS, 7.; //Lit
Area of con sid e r 3 t Ion:
. nationwide. Applications will be ,..
, accepted through the close of 1 1 a If you're a sports fan you'll wantto
business May 9.
the Gator Bowl Game
see next
MPB No. 54 68 Supply

. Clerk. GS 5. Area of con- December 28th. A $5.00 member-
" sideration: NAS NARTU NARF "
' COMFAIRJAX. Navy Commissary ship entitles you to buy 4 ticketsto
Stores,Navy Recruiting Sta- BARNETT Cecil Field NAS Facility
tion. Jax. Applications will be Jacksonville's sports t'f
. accepted through the close of t J
business April 18. spectacular, and assures'you of \

All applications for the above all the fun of Gator Bowl Weekend S -t.Pale :
positions must be career or BARNETT Jacksonville NAS
Facility
career-conditional employees of These banhs have applications
the Federal government. Applications -
should be filed with IRD, available as a Community Service.
Box 22, U.S. NAS Sax Fla.



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\.....' .,; ,,\",' ....,. .. ;.... 400 Little Leaguers Don Uniforms .'"
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,,J!,.J Start 1968

!. "Play ball l"the umpire yelled.
.. ...': "Kill the amp!" the fans cheered. -
;M The first batter stepped to
Y the plate and the 1968 NavyOrtega -
{ Lakeshore Little League
M I i Mr. baseball season was underway.
Over 400 little leaguers proudly -
: donned the uniforms of their
r R respective teams and were in-
introduced to the fans Satur-
ame. d. day afternoon as the new little
., __ league season began aboard
Mr base.

Adm. R. J.Stroh,commander
Fleet Air Jacksonville, threw out
the first ball to the Naval Air
Technical Training Center's
: ig ________ (NA TIC) pitcher, as the first
Ii batter for the Coca Cola team

came to the plate.
k Coke led throughout the game
__
until the bottom of the sixth inning
\ when NA TIC scored the winning -
run making it 9 8. The
NATTC squad took first: place .
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In the major divisions last
BUSH HANGAR A squadron of honey bees mistook the Air season and Coke finished second

. Operations Tower as home base Friday and have been cap I There were three other gamesin
tured. The bees flew in perfect wing-to-wing formation around the major division staged Sat-

the tower before settling in the hedges to set up a "hangar." (Continued on Page 16))

AG3 T.G. Jones a .bee fancier, braved the swarm to capture FIRST BALL RAdm. R.J. Stroh, commander Fleet Air Jax,
hundreds of little living "aircraft." The honey makers are threw out the first ball as the 1 1968 NavyOrtegaLakeshoreLittle
now homeported in hives commanded by ACC A.E. Vickers, a Saturday.
League baseball season got underway
beekeeper when not working in Air Ops.
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: ...,I' ,.........":. .'"...,' 1 PAO Chases Snakes and Lizards, I


: ,. Guides CF Tlightline Special'i I


r .a., t t'i
-- tnanK you very mucn for
planning that trip for us. I like V\
very much when we went up in r r 1T'
'i! k1 i the tower and when we went out .;S "..:
where the airplanes were. I -
love that lunch we had I thoughtit

was much better than we have
4- at our school. I usely eat all
my food. I think that it is the
best field trip I ever had no
.
fooling."

"Thank you for showing room
18 around the base. Well do you
know Mike Bartelson he worksin
the tower. I hope we were not
SAFETY REMINDER- the second time In two weeks Cecil's "
% too bad.
"Green Cross" for safety banner has been lowered to signifyan "How are you doing? I'm just
on the job Injury. The accident resulted in four days lost fine. I am writing this letterin
from work. Public works Maintenance Foreman E. W. Pasanen Thank for
school. you taking
hauls down the flag assisted by R. Blanchard, Ground Safety us around. You do such nice i _

Officer. things. I am the one who fell
with the "
down pie. a
"Tell Chief Lee thank you for
smciajfl SELLERS SINCLAIR the tour around AMD." Young Jeff Davis biologists tramp Yellowwater on Cecil Bug I

t rn' "Thank you for taking us Hunt tour. One young man picked up the wrong bug.
103rd & BICKER 771-8567 around the base. When I grow

r up I am going to be in the Air ing trips Boy Scout visits and at the jar a little and answered.
WARRANTY SERVICEU Force driving jet bombers." least one butterfly hunt. That kid had picked up a Black
NEW CAR Well, you can't win em all, Seaman Dave Jusiewicz, one of Widow in his bare hand."
but the Public Affairs Office at three tour guides,explained some The typical Cecil tour beginsat
HAUL AAA WRECKER Cecil may have recruited a few of the difficulities of his occu- the main gate where one of
future Navymen in the past several pation. "On the Jeff Davis zoo- the guides, Dave or Frank Deg-
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE AND REPAIR months. Since school began logy tour Monday, one boy cap- nan .or John Nuss boards the
:&f", W >"mm t::: m'n:! last September PAO has tured a spider and put it inaJaras school bus. The students are
MORE SERVICE AND BETTER PRODUCTS sponsored at least 35 school instructed. 1 He asked the teacher taken to Operations where they
tours and has coordinated camp- what it was. The teacher shook split into three group for side-
7 to 10 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 TO 9 SUNDAY
trips to weather crash and the
tower. Each section is under
-.
C'ff.: II the direction of operations personnel -

with patience and enthu-

Need money .I ., .j siasm.
'> After lunch at the mess hall,
'
.
.. .... ,. ."' i." ..... .11 the tour turns to AMD, where
.
for leave ,. -" .. "- I Chief Jim Lee and Chief Charlie
J a ., Q. "* Lehoist take for demon-
.." .. r .U' :... over a
: 1t
stration of AMD projects.For .
J'* II..... .:'I1ij. the next hour or so, the
See HFC. d"
B I youngsters watch the tour guide
:.' ;. 0\\ make several trips up the ejection
.or flight Lt. R.
seat at physiology.
... ... ... .
L. Smith the
guides tour throughthe !
T- esnl terrors of the pressure cham-
r.: .e l ber and flash blindness test,while
"
;> assuring them that "the govern-
.I. ''c' ment won't let me shut the door."
At about 2 pm ('What is that

...... .. in Navy time?") the guide delivers -
.. @I) his charges back to the
main gate and the kids go back to

Boy Scouts from Troop 216 set up shop in front of the Exchange school, having heard a good recruiting -

to promote the Scout Exposition at the Gator Bowl talk and maybe having
f'f' i developed a crush on the recruiter. -
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER; "rage i II i


MoviesMovies Club Schedules


\la. 1E.
will be HAS JAX
shown
at the NAS nightly ....... .. ..G. '. ..Dff .lI......
There Jax Theatre at 7:30 :! :..:j: ::...:;;iitjiiiiiiiij:::;::;:: :: ::: :::iiiirjii:1ijj::: :::::::::::!:: :::! :::iiiji::!::::: :::::i:1::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::
p.m. wilt;also be a Kiddie "O" CLUB: Enjoy the Beef- club. Make plans:; to attend the
Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdaysand eater's buffet from 6
today to Luau party April 26.Happy Hour
a regular feature at 2 p.m., 9 p.m. Mark Castle will be under is featured Monday through Wed Ads shfutd be moiled U the Hole Publlshinq Company.
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital the spotlight tomorrow evening nesday from 4:30 to 6:30: p.m. 1950 BIdndinci Blvd. Jacksonville. Florida. 32210. to arrive
Theatre will have one night- : and the Other Side will entertain not latet than Tuesday for publication the following. Thurs
ly feature at 7p.m. Cecil Field Saturday night. The day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline .will be published
will have two nightly shows dur- champagne special is featured BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the following. .week unless the publisher is instructed other
the .wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad ,
ing week .at 5:30 and 8 both must
the
p.m. evenings. There will be a sounds of the UFO tonight. be received WITH the copy for the .d.
Matinees
will be shown on week- lunch and dinner buffet Easter The Qiantels will be on hand

ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY from 11:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. tomorrow evening. The Orange DO NOT SEND CASH

April I II I and from 5 to 8 p.m. There is Marmalade will entertain Satur- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . .12.00
also an Easter Egg Hunt for day. Easter hosts the Nu Sounds
Per additional lin.
((4 words lino !
the little folk beginning at 2:30 in the afternoon and the UFO in per ) . .o50
NAS: IIGULIVER'STRAVELS p.m. Make reservations at the the evening. The Sixteens are
BEYOND THE MOON": Color Main Desk. Foreign dish night under the spotlight Monday night.

adventure cartoon. Rating Polynesian style, is featured Hear the Camelots Tuesday night HOME FOR SALE, ORTEGA FOR SALE 65 PONTIAC LE
Good. ((93 Min.) from 6 9 and the Orange Marmalade Hills 3 BR B
Tuesday to p.m. Wed- 2 Fla. Rm., MANS, 2 Dr., Hardtop. Xtra
HOSPITAL: !.P THE MACGREGORS" -
nesday evening.What Central air and heat, Fencedyd.
clean 1 Call Don
starring David Bailey CANDLELIGHT: Tired of all ., Garbage disp. Attractive owner.
Athearn 284 1391 or Jax Ext.
and George Ribauld. Rating- the action and noise? Then dine brick. See at 7364 Coral Sea
Good. ((201 Min) intimately with your favorite pal Where Rd. Phone 388 8640. 2431.
C. FIELD: "GOOD TIMES" in the luxurious, but low pric- REPOSSESSIONS
starring Sonny and Cher. Rating- FOR SALE '196:, OLDS DELTA 65 Corsair
ed Candlelight Restaurant, featuring Sport Sedan $750
Very good. ((99 Min.) full course dinners from And WhenFriday 88 Full Power A/C.; Call

l.O: up. Tomorrow night,Charlie 388 8805 After 5 pm. 66 Mustang: V 8, Stick, New
FRIDAY, April 12 Jay and his combo will en- April 12 Paint & Rubber.
HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR, 2
tertain from 8 to 11 p.m. Es-
"THE BEACH BOYS" At
NAS: NOBODY'S PERFECT" corted ladies will receive a free the Tickets $3. B, Unfurn., Pets & children 100 h financining if Qualified.
starring Doug McClure and Nancy first drink with dinner. Charlie 2.00 coliseum.and $1.00.Saturday. are welcome. Conv. NAS & Cecil Contact Mr. Rucker or Mr. ..c
Kwan. Rating 1 Very good. ((111 Ware and his combo are hosted Inquire 5307: Sagniaw Ave. 771- Thompson -J ax Ext. 2431.Credit
Min.) Saturday night from 7:30. to 11:30 April 22 1490 after 7:30 p.m. Union.

HOSPITAL: "GULLIVER'S p.m. "SCOUT EXPOSITION" at '
TRAVELS BEYOND THE MOON" the Gator Bowl. Show from 3 WINDOW AIR COND. 220 Volts. DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC

Color adventure cartoon.C. CPO CLUB: All pizzas are to 7 p.m. Donation, $1.00. 20,000 BTU's, Used one summer. JOCKEY?? For information call:
'
FIELD: "ESTHER AND featured for $.75 today. Dance $125. Four burner electric 356 8351. Day or Night.
THE KING"; starring Joan Col- the music of Mel Gaden tomor- range, Look through over wtuner. /
lings and Richard Egan. Rating- row night. Try the seafood spe- PUBLIC NOTICE 2 Years old. $100. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK l'
Very good. ((117 Min.) cial for $1.25. The Tune Twisters John Kukler Ext. 514 (CF) Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Home 771 5669. modern trailers &
are under the spotlight Sat- You are hereby notified that the Apts. 389 -
SATURDAY April 13 urday evening. A sirloin steak below released listed as a Items public are auction.now being This 3007.
for $1.65 is the dinner special. merchandise Immediate delivery. purchased for FOR SALE: ADORABLE AKC "WANTED"

NAS: "TIlE COMEDIANS" Fried chicken for $.95 and rib Liquidation No. 400S Singer 1966ModEL registered Chihuahua Puppies. Someone to take up payments on
starring Richard Burton and E- eye steak for $1.35>> are featured ZIS ZAS WALNUT CABI- Male & Female. Ext. 3646 or the following:
NET. Good cond. fancy
lizabeth Taylor. Rating Ex- Tuesday and Wednesday. stitches buttonholes sews monograms on buttons,.. makes blind 389-2784 after 5P.M. BRAND NEW COLOR T.V.Selling

cellent. antes without attachments. Bal for a Little Above Cost.
HOSPITAL: "NOBODY'SPERFECT" M7.50 or responsible. party to DELRAY MANOR 110th '&
ACEY DUCEY CLUB! : Sam take over payments.STEREO STEREO combination with radio
starring Doug Me Laster and the Confederates are Karen St. New all brick homes, 1 month old console model, Bal-
Clure.C. hosted tomorrow evening. Satur- SOLID STATE AC Low 20's. Building Lots ance $67. or $8 per month.

FIELD: "UP TIlE MAC- features the sounds of the 1 Available; Floyd White, Bldr. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
day 67 CONSOLE MODEL
GREGORS" starring David Bail- Five Clubs. John Lunsford and 771 5643. lightweight, Balance $47. or $8

ey.KIDDIE the Eightballs are under the spot- Liquidation No. 100] per month.
MATINEE: uTI IE. light Sunday night. Sunday is the SPEAKERS. WITH A MULTIPLE "REAL ESTATE: We wtlllicip SINGER SEWING MACHINE Sews
SINGING NUN" starring Debbie Easter Egg Hunt for all the kiddies good DID condition.WALNUT I Bc.aLfau Very or you Buy, Sell or Invest. good, $25. Terms. Guaranteed
Reynolds. at 1 p.m. There will be a responsible payments.party take over smallmonthly Bowen Real Estate, Realtor Complete with all attachments.
USN Retired 384. 1376A A-l WAREHOUSE
party following the hunt with refreshments IF yOU ARE IN
SUNDAY, April 14 prizes,and free pony THIS OFAN R. INTERESTED AENgD 1606 Main St.'Ph. 353-1946
HOME NSTkATON.Fyou Civilian Career? Will
rides. April 19, Alex I Houston{ OBLIGATED deliver, no obligation:
ARE NOT I IN ANY A leading company has an interesting -
MEN NAS: N"THOSE THEIR MAGNIFICENT FLYING ventriloquist, will appear at the WAY."HOME SEWING' TV offer for Top Flight 'FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -

MACHINES" starring Stuart personnel leaving the service.Put Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
Whitman and Sarah Miles. Rating your service know how to FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

i Excellent ((15;) Min.) work to earn the kind of money Call Powell or Mills, USN ..'y
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE you're really worth. Openings: all Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
o\'erthe U. S. Include your Realty.

sal-4mttetr' All Ranks All Ages telephone number when you writeto
: WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near
LOW RATES Regional DirectorP. JAX and CECIL, 1 blk. w/of 5900

froMOTORS O. Box 13177 blk. of Jammes Rd. all new paint,

EASY MONTHLY Orlando, Fla. 32809 2BR, LR, Kit furn, Nook, park 2

cars, water, sewage garbageincl.
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT ., $85 mo. unfurn. Also furn.

PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Close to Bases Lights Water apts. Call 387-2541, nites and
and Sewage available. Call 389- weekends call 389-0744
5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide.
INSURANCE .

57 CHEV. 2 Dr. HARDTOP, 283 FOR SALE -66 FORD GALAXIE

UNDERWRITERS INC. punched 4 speed trans.,Red with "500 XL" P.B., P.S. 390 V-8
Black vinyl top. A beauty! 3 sp. auto. Top cond. Asking
(I f IH nark Mrloi I J) 1/<$
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676 8-4.
...*......... FURN. 3RM. APT.
UTILITIES
Call Us Anytime Furn. Reasonable. Near NAS. FURN. APT. NEARNAS&CECIL2BR.

63 V. W. $690 I Baby accepted. 3890893. Swim Pool. $75. 771-0348.

LOST 1 PINK GOLD BULOVA
Would you like to learn how to
62 V. W. Sedan $375 apply underglaze, glazes and wrist watch w/yellow gold band.
MONEY for Call Ext. 3665.>> Butler, reward .
stains to your Ceramics a
62 Simca '. $290 Cash Monthly Months ]lovely gift for Wedding Graduation offered.
You Get ;Mother's Day & etc.? -
Payment to Pay
61 Comet. $290 IN 1 DAY If so come to beginner classeson

$ H4.J1 $ 5.00 24. ( Wednesday nights. At F II
]Priscilla's Ceramics 7121 (
60 Ford $165 219.27.J3.. 0 24 Shlndler Dr. Ph. 771-7036
$25 to $600ARRANGED

320.79 19.00 24
57 Chev. $275 E 62> RANCHERO PICKUP. Yellow

427.51 '?, S.OO 24' with marbleized bed.Real sharp.
264-4525
500.51 lY.OO 24 _
We Cater To
1417 Manotak Ave. Furn. 2BR.
600.00 J .J9 14
ServicemenWe. BY PHONE Duplex Clean, elect. kit,Carport
w/utility rm., water furn. No
...*....... Payments it1dude lt1teresr. pets. 388.50: per month.389-6938. 4.-

Buy-Sell-Finance jc
FOR SALE: CUSTOM BUILT __
tit o/az. FINANCE COMPANY
Formica Home Bar. w/4 stools.
6566Normandy Reclining chair. 389-3800. (9'f'

Boulevard 4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 A.6N8
36: RAMBLER AMERICAN 4dr.
241 \UEST\ rORSYTH ST. DIAL 356-0735
Station Wagon, A/T, R&H, Air
*
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U.S. Military Surgeons Association, I


<'$ Slates Annual Meeting in October

rlhe Association of Military sented to a physician in the fed t'. S. will be presented to a
;I Surgeons of the United States is eral medical services who has member of the associationfor
: f;"; < 4/ planning its 75th annual meetingand made outstanding contributionsin some notable work in med..
,:.,;,"- % rit seeking nominations for the field of rhuematology and icine. This is the Stitt Award.
,L i'a. medical awards to be presentedat arthritis, will consist 'of a The Sir Henry Wellcome Med-
the meeting.The bronze plaque and :$500. al and Prize will be awarded for
., f "", ;t, .mow meetingwillbe the best essay on a subject of
-- ------ threeday The Sustaining MembershipA-
EARLY MORNING VIEW of some of the aircraft participating held at the Sheraton Park Hotel, ward of a scroll and $500 will the author's choosing which relates -
Washington, D. C. beginning Oct. go to an individual association to military medicine.The .
in NARTU's Transit EX 1-68 last weekend.
James Clarke White A-
member in one of the federal
I 20.An awards committee made up medical services who has made ward will be presented to an association -
with membership from the Medical some outstanding contribution in member who has done
Services of the federal gov- the field of medical research.The outstanding work in clinical or
I NARTU News and ViewsMore I ernment will select 12 personsof Federal Nursing Services research dermatology while em-
the medical and dental fieldsto Award is given to a nurse mem- ployed by the U. S. Government.
The award will be a bronze plaque -
receive the annual awards. ber in one of the Federal Medi-
than 150 Naval Air reservists The of the operationwas $500.
purpose and
The John Shaw Billings A- cal Services for outstanding accomplishments -
converged on the Naval to train members of the na- member of the The Gary Wratten Award will
ward will go to a in the advancement -
Air Reserve Training Unit i tion-wide force In anti-sub- association, under 41 years old, of professional nursing. go to an individual eligible for
(NARTU) last week-end. The unit marine warfare tactics,using the who possesses and demonstrates The award consists of a scroll membership in the association,
i played host to these "civiliansailors" newest and most up to date track- for outstanding accomplishmentsin
outstanding potential in the fieldof and $500.A .
during Transit Ex 1-68. Ing and detecting gear. The object field military medicine. The
executivemedicine. The award scroll and *250! will go to
This exercise involved patrol of the search was a fleet award consists of a bronze plaque
I consists of a scroll and $500. the winner of the Major Louis
and aircraft submarine traveling along the
squadron personnel and $500.
Medal will be -
The Gorgas a Livingston Seaman Prize,awarded -
from five Air Reserve coast of Florida.Off1rerind1arge.
Naval Nomination with justification,
warded for distinguished workin for some notable article pub-
activities from as far away as of conduct- preventive medicine and con- lished in Military Medicine during biographical data and appropriate
... Glenview, 111. Other stations tak- reprints of works published
Ing the exercise was Capt. Carl sists of a silver medal, a scroll the year.
ing part were New Orleans, D. Simonsen, commanding officer and $500.The A bronze plaque, $oOO and a should be submitted toCapt.JackW.
Memphis, Atlanta and NARTU of NARTU. life membership in the Associa- Millar, MC, USN (Ret.), 1331
Jax. Philip Hench Award, pre- tion of Military Surgeons of the II. Street N. W. Washington.D.C.
20005. An original and five cop-
ies of the nominations must reach
Captain Millar no later thanjune

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1 fications and awards can be
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12 Teams Prepare Baiting Fish is LegalThe I


For Softball use of artificial feed to Both the sack and cage pro
lure game fish is absolutely legal duce best results when sus-
In fact,the practice Is encouragedby pended off the bottom to allowa
Season Action the Game and Fresh Water sifting of chum material by wave

I $* t1 Fish Commission and fishermenwho action.
:
Twelve teams are In the final established a baited area Woods added, "The success .
stages of practice for the open- can generally expect to catch or failure of a baited fishing
ing night of the 1968 Intramural fish even when they aren't biting. hole is dependents on the con-
Softball season next Monday According to John W. Woods, tinual rebaiting of the cage or

evening, April 15, at 5:30: p.m. Chief,Fish Management Division, bag. The area should be checked -
The first half of the season will the goal of the commission has each week and rebaited when
run through May 13. been to increase the catch of the supply of chum has dimini-

All games will be played on B the sport fisherman and lessen shed."
Circle North and South fields. the time between bites. The Chum material may include one
The VA 174 "Hellrazors" easiest way to accomplish this of the prepared fish foods which
team won the top honors last year would be to have large concen- may be obtained from most farm
in Intramural competition and trations of fish readily availableto supply stores or feed stores.
the angler. Other materials studied duringthe
are hoping to be able to retain
their ( -- ... < '"" ...:A Woods said, "We found that program were cattle pellets,
championship
this year. again Members of the Rod and Gun Club have worked long and hard baiting an area with a chumming chicken laying mash, cottenseed

The twelve teams now regis hours to prepare the Dove Field for the 1968 season. Workersare material will Increase the meal, soybean meal and soybean

tered are: VA 174, VA 105 preparing to plant corn and peas in the Dove Field area microscopic plankton which provides cake. All proved effective in
food for small forage fish. fish.
VC 4 AMD/Admin. behind attracting
; ; NAMTD the Skeet
; range.
The large number of forage fishin Fishing success around the
VA
Dental/RCVW 4; 46
; turn attract desirable sport baited areas was found to be the
Marines VA 37 VA 45
VA 44 and Operations.The ; ; Rod/Gun Holds Fish fish including largemouth bass, best during the hours around
bluegill, shellcracker, and cat daybreak, one or two hours before -
schedule will be as fol-
fish. A baited area will generally sundown and during the night.
lows Contest
: Skeet MeetThe produce better fish when it Is The best bait around the chum ,
B
April 15 Circle North ,
established in conjunction with an area was found to be live suchas
5:30 VA 46 VA45
7:30 pm vs. Cecil Field Rod and Gun the contest announced that the area which provides cover and shiners, minnows, shrimp,
B. Circle-AMD/Adminvs.Ops.South Club held their monthly meeting contest would begin on April 15 protection for the forage spe- crickets and worms.
last week in the Industrial Relations and run through\ October 3.There cies."
:5:30 NAMTD VA-174
pm vs. Building conference room. will be a one dollar entry fee "The research program stud-
7:30 pm DentalCVW 4April The club members discussedthe per fish. ied both the effects of bait and There are possibilities that

vs. VA 44 upcoming Skeet Shoot whichIs King( fish, trout, Red Bass and artificial, cover as fish congre- Cecil Field may form Its own
_16 B Circle North be held Lt. The establishment of band. Any persons Interestedin
to on May 4. Blue fish are the four types gatorg. artificial
5:30 VC 4 vs. VA-105 joining a band,or leading it,
pm Charles Rousseau, head of the eligible for the salt water cover such as reefs utilizing -
7:30: pm Marines vs. VA37 Cecil Field Invitational said that contest. automobile tires, concrete should contact the Public Affairs -

B Circle South 5:30 pm this shoot Is open to all classesof Black bass, speckled perch, blocks used for building and tree Office, building 12, ext.
VA 174 vs. AMD/Admin. shooters. A beginner has justas and bream are the fresh water tops were effective but would be 8163.
7:30 pm VA 44 vs. NAMTD much of a chance as someone entries. The catch must be weighed an expensive operation for the average '
April 17 B Circle North 5:30 does that has shot skeet before. and recorded at a fishing camp, fisherman. On the other ">:3 KK:;: :;:::::_?::::;*.xX4P: :

pm VA 37's.. VA 46 Rod and Gun Club memberswill hand baited in sche-
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tackle stores or by an authorized a area a
The
7:30 pm VA 45 vs. Dental receive more information Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club duled cover or among the cyprus ONLY Things'

CVW4B. concerning the shoot by mail and member. knees Is not expensive and will
Circle South 5:30 pm there will be more InformationIn There will be awards for first produce results," Woods says. We Overlook- -
VA 105 vs. Marines the Afterburner.The and second places in the fresh The study revealed that when
7:30 pm Ops. vs. VC 4 club also talked about the water and salt water classes. chum material was placed inbur- ROOSEVELT BLVD.

progress In planting the Dove For any Information concern- lap sacks, weighed and lowered are and SAN JUAN AVE.
A U. S. Savings Bond, registered Field. It was reported that corn ing the contest, contact Dewey Into the water in an areaa with
in co owner or beneficiary and peas have been planted to DeVille at extension 247. existing cover such as brush,
form, becomes the sole date. Corn and peas are good grass or trees, fishing success 7 e Stl1l
and absolute property of the co- food for both dove and quail, Special ServicesOffers did improve.
owner or beneficiary on the death. therefore this crop will serve a Other bait containers studiedby "Put yourself in uur place!"
of the owner. dual purpose. the researchers included
The club announced that they TicketsThe wire cages 'constructed of one- P.S. Every Third Drink
will be sponsoring a fishing contest half by one Inch welded wire j' FREE-9A.M. tit 7P.M.

For faster mail service, include for club members and their Special Services Ticket lined with plastic screen wire. ;*:.:..:_ ;:;. ..:;::::_;'::::_ ,:;.:-,

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I.. Dependents Guide toUnderstandingCecil Intramural CF Golf Clinic ., <:',


Field Intramural SoftballWe BowlingCONTINENTAL Enters 2nd WeekBill



shall assume that you know That is, he is returned, without at bat) makes one out. WON LEAGUE LOST Stott Cecil Field Golf t

very little about the great Navy ceremony, tQ the dugout (to be Being tagged at a base equalsan Medical 4 0 Pro series, conducted of six golf the second clinics in for a 'J
,
game of Softball. We realize that explained) out. Yellowwater 4 4
occasionally you want to impress The object of the game is to Having a ball caught in mid air VA 174 3 4 4 dependents Tuesday morningat
Field
Cecil
the course. ,
with advance the batter from the home out.
your husband or your son equals an
Ops. 3 1
first few minu-
your vast knowledge and understanding plate around the bases (there Three outs equals the end of VA-15 3'.'.,' 1 Bill spent the the basic funda-
;, of this great American are three, in a diamond shapedarea your teams turn at bat. VA-37 5 tes reviewing
sport or perhaps youwanttoearnan and bring him safely to Homerun A well hit ball which VA-44Jt1 32j: 6' mentals that he covered last I
week and then moved on to chip-
invitation out to dinner at the home plate again. This mane- goes so far as to enable the \'A-4'1 0 4
\ the Embers. Therefore, attend uver counts as one run, which is batter to go all the way around ping.
carefully the following rules and complicated since thebatter does the bases without stopping. AMERICAN LEAGUE lie used the remainder of the I

regulations for under standing,or not have to run. lIe may walk, Umpire The enemy. clinic explaining the prin-
faking the game of softball.It run, or steal. Softball is one of Dugout Place where the teamat WON LOST ciples of chipping.! The ladies
must be first understood thata the few occupations which con- bat sits when not actually facing VA 105 9 3 also had a chance to try their

softball is by no means soft.It done stealing. It is looked uponas the pitcher. Dugouts\ have \'A-45 8 4 newly acquired knowledge on the
from baseball a magnificent accomplishmentand been known to erupt with violence VA-372 8 4 edge of the putting green.
differs onlyin
a '' and the successful thief Is a great when the Umpire (enemy) makes VA-442 6 6 Bill is very pleased with the
that it Is slightly larger
NAMTD 4 4 that he has received
If soft- hero. It might\ be mentionedthat an unpopular decision. response
ball not so firmly hit packed.in the a head, one run counts as one point Slide This occurs when a base VA-174 :3: 5AMD from this clinic. All dependents [
were to
you and the team with the most pointsat runner or thief sees that the ball 3 '.,1I. 9 are welcome to come out t
which is a constant danger, you
understand what the end of the seven inningsto is going to reach his objectiveat VA-37 ::3 9 at 10 am every Tuesday morning -
would we mean.
Softball is played between two ( be explained) is declaredthe about the :same:: time as he does. i for the next four weeks.
teams of nine men each. The winner of the game. In order to avoid being taggedby NATIONAL LEAGUE For further information I
'' teams include a man in the mid- Definitions of IMPORTANT the base attendant, the run- WON LOST on the golf "clinic. call Bill
dle who throws the ball towarda SOFTBALL TERMS. ner drops to the ground and triesto AMD 11 1 Stott at ext. 2-1<1. f

rubber mat, called home plate. Batter Man who stands at roll under the ball. The main VA 1j4 10 2
r, Should the batter(tobe explained) the home base and tries strike object of this move is the des- VA-37 5 7 Entry For Ladies f
strike the ball with his bat (to the ball with .a long slender pieceof : truction of your washing machine.On Marine Barracks 4 4 fI ri I r

be explained) he races madly for wood. deck Contrary to popular Av. Ord. 4 1/2 I
the first base, often called a Bat The long slender pieceof Navy usage, this does not meanon Admin. 32 4 Tourney ClosedThe
"bag". It is the solemn duty wood. .' the floor. It refers to the man RCVW 4 1 3
of the opposing team to preventthe Pitcher Man in the middle waiting his turn to bat. Missiles 1 11 response to the Cecil Field t
batter from reaching the who tries to throw the ballso You now have basic knowledgeto Ladies Golf Association Invitational -
to 1 It from being watch softball but i
first base. as prevent a game : tournament has been so I
This may be accomplished in struck by the batter. there are some pitfalls to be Skeet great in the last week that the .
Outfielder Man who stands avoided. The main one is, do not
several different ways. First of Won LostVA44 entries to the 60-person playing t
all, It is the duty of the thrower, outside the diamond area and ask how many outs he made. 6 0 field will close this nlornlng.
called a "pitcher", to get the tries to rectify the pitcher'smistakes. This Is almost a guarantee that VA 46 "A It 6 0 The tournament will be playedon j

ball past thebatterwithouttouching dinner, even at Milligans, will Operations 4 2 April 19 at the Cecil Field
the bat. In the event that he Infielder Man standing near not be forth coming. Dental 4: 3 golf course. The tourney will
fails, which he often does, it the base bag who attempts to Weapons 3 2 consist of 18 holes of medal I
then falls to the outfielders to tag the base runner with the 'Day of Baseball' VA 45 3 3 play in flights of eight. All 1
capture the flyingball. If fielder ball, constituting an out. V A 46 "0" 2 3 ladies may use a full handicap :
is able to capture the flying Out Each team Is given Marines 1 fi for this tournament.
three of these which makes an The West Duval Youth Asso- VA 174
ball before it touches the ground, dropped from the league.:
inning. Three strikes (misses ciation will hold a "Day of Base-
the batter is automatically out.
ball" on Saturday, April 20, at "Scheduled, for the day. Bowlers Cbesei '
I I Wheat Field, Oak Hill Park.
I'
,4 Say AlohaL All three teams are sponsoredby
The day of festivities will begin -
NAS Cecil Field organizations.The .
L at 10 a.m. with a flag raising For _
10 Your Neighbor Colts by AMD, the Hornetsby
ceremony, followed by the R
VA-44, and the I hawks by
introduction of officials managers VA-174. More information concerning Five Cecil Field Bowlers have
of the three
and players
the "Day of Baseball"
DRIVE TO teams in the association. Three in next week's AFTERBURNER. been chosen to represent the station -
baseball games have also been at the Sixth Naval District
Bowling Tournament to be heldat
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IM Bowling StandingsContinental C+ ;Y


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League Atlantic League P

Team Won Lost Team Won Lost I 1

MARTD. If 1 20 8 Red Darters 1f 2 20 8
679th 17 7 Handicaps 21 11 LaC
Sparks 17 7 Chiefs (VW 4)) 18 10 ,
Mad Foxes J; 2 1'i 11 Chargers 16 12

Rip Cords" 19 13 Spoilers 15' 13
Cadeuces F* 1 14 i 10 Hurricanes 13 11
Pro's (VP .'30)) 14 ,'Ij 14 Bean Burners 15 13
Chokers 13 15 BB Balls 16 16 .j 4 .li .PL, ;" .
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Unstrikeables 13 1:1: Uncles 14 14

Eagles 12 16 Leftovers 14 14 Coach Tom McGuckin of the Cecil Field Raiders accepted the Sixth
Electrons 11 17 BB Stackers 11.5 16.5 1 ,
Naval District Volleyball championship trophy! upon completion of play
White Hats 11 17 11.5
Supply 16,5Tar April 4. The Raiders captured the title by virtue of an 8 0 slatein
AOMD -a 1 8 24 Babies 12 20 the District affair. Now augmented, the Raiders are bumping .,
Greenbacks 6 18 CPO's'P( 30)) 9.fi 18.5 Mx heads with three other teams for the South Atlantic title and a shotat

AFEES 9.5 22.5 All Navy honors. Capt. L. W. Graves, Public Works officer,
National League
presented the trophy.Officers.

Team Won Lost ....
NAS JAX INTRAMURAL a a
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AOMD 2 18-6
Red Darters If/; 3 18 6 TRACK & FIELD MEET '
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Foggy Five 19:5: 8.5 Units/Commands interested in Wesson of UnivcrsalInternatioti'al ,
Faid Folks 18 10 having personnel compete in the Studios is certainly no optical All Civilian Personnel!
Sky Warriors 16 12 annual Intramural Track & Field illusion;
hard flats 14 14 Meet, an Ironman Program event,
Tipplers 14' 14 are urged to contact the Athletic All Series E United States Savings 1 1 1I
Hurricanes 13 15 Director, Ext. 3239,for informa- ; Bonds now being sold carryan
ChiefsNARTU( ) 10.5 13.5 tion concerning the rules, date automatic 10 year extension
Molar Rollers 12 16 and time, etc. option beyond their original 7 ,
Blue 10 14 year maturity date.

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Team Won Lost will be held on Tuesday, 16, PRICE TO EVERYONE
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Strikers 17 and 18 April at 1 P.M.,
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Crash &Fire 10. ; ; OPEN
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Hunters 20 12
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A Ceci Field's Raiders, fresh Com Five 15-8,15-4,15-5J; Com Navy action set for NAS Jax 3 x i
from last week's Sixth Naval Eight outplayed Com Ten 15-2, next week.
f District Volleyball tourney, 15-9, 16-14; Com Five fell Com Cecil's top six Raiders'are
(c strung together three straight Com Eight. 8-15, 15-13, 15-13, being backed by five men pickedto i
'I., wins Monday and Tuesday to take 8-15, 15-12; and Com Six pickedup be augments in the regional. a ,.
the lead in the South Atlantic win number three, setting Selected to beef up the squad
I, Regional being played at NAS Com Tenback15-7,15.12,17-15. were Dick Hawse and Jean Vargo,
1 Jax this week. The tournament ends today with Naval Air Technical Training
j Coach Tom McGuckin's Raid- the top team moving up to All- Center, Jax; Ray Pickens Commander -
; ers were augmented by players Fleet Air JacksonvilleStaff 'z
1 in the Naval District affair be- ; Bob Nardell, A/C Main-
,, fore moving into competition 1<2 e ..t"ZI tenance, NAS Jax; and Ray Barrows i /
week. Cecil finished last week's NATTC Memphis.
V\ tourney with an unblemished 8-0 Melvin Wurster.BenHall.John 4j( VF
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1. What horse won the 1967 of VA-44 and Gene Marriman
for the affair, at 62. Both set- ,
(. backs were at the hands of the Kentucky Derby (VA-105)), and Mike Bird (V A45)played ) E :t
,. Raiders. 2. What major league- baseball with Cecil during the 6th
club had the best record
In the opening contest of the during the 1967 exhibition sea- Naval District tournament. Missed Block Cecil Field picks up another point as Doc
Com Five
South Atlantic Monday, son? try Hawse spikes one past Oceana blockers Ken Steiner (left) and
(Naval Air Station Oceana) dropped 3. Who the 1967 Phoenix
won
J Com Ten(Guantanamo)three Open Golf Tournament I James Johnson. Cecil went on to win the match in four' sets.
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Six (Cecil) took the only other throw shooter in college bas- x'T tax refund in U.S. Savings
r Monday contest in four sets from ketball last season? (Continued from Page 9)) Bonds. Your money will grow
(. Com Eight (Corpus Christi)9-15, 5. What NFL team led the urday afternoon as the CPO's and grow.
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1551512153. league passing edged SWD 3 2 5 Foremost
.q Tuesday saw Com Six defeat ANSWERS shutout the Marines 13-0 and
Suddeth Movers downed Westside
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