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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 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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VOL. 26 N0.4 U. S. NAVAL AIR/ STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 18, 1968

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February Results Tabulated


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August Exam Dates AnnouncedSquadron

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and l unit personnel Personnel must complete typing to allow ample time to order ,1',1
offices aboard the air station no tests at the Educational Ser- the August te ts. Personnelwho '
, more than got through with the vices Office in order to be eligible have not completed courses ."
masses of paperwork which accompanied to participate In the upcoming by June 1 may be recommended '/
Tuesday's promotions tests. Typing performance providing they expect to completeall ,.,:
: when a new notice was distributed tests are required for AG, requirements by the appro- .
t announcing dates for the AZ, AK, DK, DT, JO, PN, PC, priate deadline, depending on i
August tests. SH, SK, YN and CYN. The typing the waiver. _
. tests will be given on 10 Percentage BreakdownThe \\_ .
,I""' Exam Dates different days before the August

The third class test will be exams. NAS Jax: Notice 1418 lists Jax Air News staff has .J
c given Aug. 6, followed by the E- the dates. broken down the results of the .r a CYt.ew .
",4. 5 test two days later. First Military leadership exams are February exams, showing, the
class hopefuls will take their required for people going up number of personnel who will get
exams Aug. 13, with CPO aspirants for third or second class, with promotions and in what rates ,t
being tested Aug. 15. the exams scheduled on four and paygrades. The results (on ,
different days before the end Page 6)) include NAS, NATTC t X .ha, E JAa
of July. and NARTU only. Complete results ; t' gS' /
ScoutingExposition Waivers from other units were not
available at deadline. Of the r
Personnel taking the August three commands that are listed, ,
\ exams under a time in grade 606 participated In the Februarytests MAGNOLIA BALL -- RAdm. R.J. Stroh commander Fleet Air 't','
waiver will have until the day and 320 passed. Nearly Jacksonville, buys first Magnolia Ball tickets from Mrs. B.
before their test to completeall half of the participants ((47 per
Chesnutt. The Ball will be held at the O'Club Saturday night.
required courses and practical cent) failed the tests and ruined
Date Set factors, according to the their chances of promotions. Of Tickets may be bought from JOWC representatives or at the

,r notice. those passing, 75 per cent were O'Club.
The North Florida Council of promoted.

. Boy Scouts will sponsor its annual Recommendations Test Chart ThreeMore SquadronsGet
Exposition at the Gator Bowl from Department and Division officers -
A 3 to 7 p.m., April 27. must have recommendations -' The table on page 6 is broken
' Scouts from Duval County, St. Into the Personnel Office down as follows: Rate and pay- J
l),;. Augustine and Palatka will,setup no, later: than June 1 in order grade (Part)., Failures (Fall.), Promotion Results
ft- 160 project booths whIch' will Promoted (Promo.), percentageof
'; house displays of different crafts', YP-7" : : those, ,who took the test and '"
ft;, F Crews E
,. w,, and professions. .vCmtri received promotions (Cft) and those Sixty -' 'one white hats 'from RM1 D. Borrello, ADJ1 H. B. o\
While plans have not been com who passed the exam but were patrol squadrons 16 and 45, and Hyde, ADJ1 W. Parker, PT1
pletedlocal scout executivesplanto 'Mph' not advanced. (PNA). nine from VA 176, got the go- E. E. Smith, AOl R. H. Thies
hold an opening ceremony ahead for adding another chevronto and AE1 S. Olkoski. .
, which will recognize local per- their sleeve when the Februaryexam .
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sonalities such has football player Twelve Patrol Squadron Seven Little Thtctw Htsf results were received by
: Bob Hays and champion swimmer planes flew in formation over the the squadrons last week. PR2 J. M. Addy, AX2 T. B.
f KatieBall. Mayor Hans Tan- air station Saturday and then land. Ntvy MerieesTeuiiyht. At VP 16, five squadron Bates, AX2 T. K. Bluhm, RM2G.
zler and Navy officials have been ed bringing to an end two weeks Eagles put on chiefs' hats Tuesday Brandenburg, AME2 J. A. r"
! invited to participate. participation In Operation i :! 10 advanced to E 6, 30 Briggle, AE2 E. Campbell, AE2 '
Admission to the expositionwill Springboard.The The Little Theater of Jacksonville to E 5 and nine, joined the R. Campbell, AZ2 R. L. Cox,
be $1 with proceeds going to Black Falcons departedNAS Is holding aspecial per- officer ranks. One VP -16 man AE2 T. Cunningham, ATN2 M.V.
operate scout camps in the area. Jax March 30 and duringtwo formance of the comedy "The will advance to CPO July 16 and Duke, ATN2 F. E. Gage, ADJ2R.
Tickets may be bought at Special weeks at Naval Station, Women" tonight in honor of two will go to E 4 July 16 C. Grant, ADJ2 J. A. Gray,
Services during normal working Roosevelt Roads, all 12 combatair sailors and Marines. and Sept. 16. AME2 J. Griffith,AMH2 W.Hart

hours. Over 20,000 people are crews earned the coveted The Navy/Marine Corps nightis In the Red Darters squadron, ley, AX2 W. Heckmann, ADJ2D.
expected to attend the annual af- "Alpha" designation. This achievement a volunteer project of officers two put on CRO caps Tuesday and Heilmeier, AE2 B. G. uggins
fair. completed a perfect directors, cast and crew one will join them July 16.Three ADJ2 D. R. Lee, AME2 B. D. \
., ,. Alpha scorecard for all squad- of the Little Theater in order to Red Darters went to first class, Leon, ADJ2 A. Linkovich, AO 2 I
I $ '#fre..i' ; rons in Fleet Air Wing Eleven, their appreciation the sea 20 to E 5 and 16 to E 4 P. Militello, AE3 R. L. Nevil,
show
: : i commanded by Capt. W. W. Hon Tuesday.At ADJ2 K. Rousseau, ADJ2 f
v5't
services'
: team.
: :; VA 176, one man advancedto W. Saunders, ATR2 J. K. Shan-
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our.VP
&'-" 7's 12 plane formation Special guests for tonight's E 6, four to E 5 and four non, ADJ2 R. G. Weaver, ADJ2D. 4
began at Roosevelt Roads performance are patients, staff advanced to E 4 Tuesday. E. Westine, AE2 W. Wolfertz .
j'jf tyr with all aircraft taking off at members and guests of the Naval This month's VP16 advance- and ATR2 C. L. Woolum.
"! i 1 30 second intervals. Maintaining included:
:,I Hospital and dispensaries at NAS ments To E-4
,. the formation until after the Jax and Cecil Field,and Mayport To CPO
,> fly over here, the squadron's Naval Station. The 8:15 perfor- AME3 W. Anderson, AME3 T.
.f1 1' 12 ?P 211 Neptune landed mance will be at the Little Theater ADJC E. F. Bulger; AEC J. P. Brady, ABH3 R. Coulter,AX3
smoothly, taxied down the seawall at 2032 San Marco Blvd. R. Lee, AMSCR.J.ReddyAMEC E. McFadden, ATN3 G. A.
ramp and cut their engines Bob'' Knowles is directing "The D. E. Wells, and AEC J. J. Moore, PH3 R. A. Parent, AMS3D.
simultaneously:; to the spontaneous Women. Garrahy. Pishnery, ATN3 A. Rivera,
applause of waiting familiesand To E-6 and ATR3 J. M. Starr.
>: 5f friends.VP Tickets are available at the July 16 advancements will include t
7 is commanded by Cdr.J. Red Cross offices of all three SD1 C. Aquino, ADJ1 R. Bar- : ADRC P. T. White, I
.. R. Swadener bates and the Naval Hospital. rett, AMIll B. Boatright; ADJ3 M. D. Miller and YN3 H.
, Valentine, and Sept. 16 advance-
"',. ments will be, AZ3 J. Pattillo
and ADJ3 C. Schmitt.VP .
Retirement May Benefit CiviliansChilian 34 advancements for this

?Jj kNew month include:
employees who request rest of his life, adding up to prove disability retirement, sickor To CPO ,>
"t : ;
tJ ;. ii" { : :, v;: fl-I disability retirement before an additional 92,026.00 in retire- annual leave with pay may
,. April 30 may receive hun- ment over 20 years.If be retroactively substituted for ADJC J.M.Cranmer and AMSC :'
Dependent -- Taffy proudly -
dreds of additional dollars In an employee's applicationfor leave without pay. However, if B. P. Jones,
stands behind her
new income over several years, according disability retirement is pot the disability retirement (Is To E6ATI
daughter born early Saturday to the t'.S. Civil Serv- approved or disapproved by the approved, the annuity starts on '
morning at the HAS riding ice Commission.A Civil Service Commission by May 1 and accumulated annual M. R. Clark, RMl J. R.
, stables, Interested horse-. enthusiasts 3.9 per pent cost-of-living April :30, the employee will not leave is still payable in a lump Dillman and ADJ1 D. H. Ste
: built a special 'ma'ternity adjustment: in retirement p.1ywUl be eligible for the cost-of-living sum. Sick leave is forfeitedin wart.
! ward" for the expectant become effective May 1. Inorder increase if he is carried in pay cases where disability retirement To E-5
mother and anxiously awaited to take advantage of the increase, status, sick leave, or annual is approved.The .
I, the blessed event, but Taffy employees must be separatedfrom leave. ,To avoid loss of the Increase air station's Industrial ADJ2 J. Barnes, HM2G.Beer-
service by the end of this employees may request Relations Department pointedout mann, PT2 R. Bissonnette, A02
decided to wait until I the
early month. leave without pay: while awaitingfor that civilian considering applying W. K. Cole AME2 J. L. Ed-
morning hours to bring the More CashFor the commission's decision for disability retirement wards, AX2 B. E. Fleming
infant into the world. Mother a man retiring at $200 a after April :30Discuss should carefully consider *_the ATN2 R. T. Hawthorne, ATR2
and daughter belong to Lani month before April 30, it would Plans advantages and disadvantages\. of S. Henslee PH2 R. J. Hines,

F,2 Nigels, a Navy dependent. mean a check for $208.40 for the Should the commission not ap- forfeiting. sick leave (Continued on Page I II I) ?, :!


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Stars and StripesBy
D.tv ,1tte' Ser VIC.e'S,

Cdr. Vincent J. Mahoney CHC

One reason why many of us do not understand the- Pt1t1)p j) hit r\. 4'; ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
we live is that we are so, much immersecMr\the! .$vCce'snonDfevents >
everyday--judging today by yesterday' and'l i< morro\'fj by;. Edward's Chapel
today. We sometimes lack a standard by which our tftfies Yl>e
evaluated. SUNDAY MASS - -9 a.m.

When the hand is too close to the eye, the eye cannot see the and 11 a.m.
distant horizon. As a clock must be set by a standard of time out- DAILY MASS ----11:30a.m.
side the clock itself, so man must judge his time by standards SATURDAY MASS9a.m..
other than the political, economic and other norms by which he Religious Education Classes
lives.If (Grade School9:45a.m.) .
the cause of the world's confusion were wholly outside our- CONFESSIONS5.
selves, then we would indeed be hopeless for there would be nothingwe A ,. -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.7:30: p.m.
could do to better it. But if the fault is not in the stars, nor in > ., "%- >& ..-.. 1./if", /;tbt. _. MONDAY
determined historical processes, but in the hearts of men, then, -,, sr, .." Religious Education Classes
.. "._':It.. ." _-"_"".... _,.., School) - -7
... p.m.
with God's help, the whole world could be renewed through a renewal '! iil t. -- -" (High

of ourselves. ONE GLANCE AWAY AND ... Defensive driving means watch- TUESDAY
May our country always love its Stars and Stripes, but let us Single Young Catholic Organi-
ing out for the other motorist cyclist or pedestrian.
-- ,
guy zation - -7:30:
also realize that our country will remain strong by other stars p.m.
and other stripes than those on our flag--by the stars and stripesof TlIURSDA-CA TlIOLIC CHOIR 7
Christ,"by Whose Star at His birth we are illuminated and by p.m.
Whose stripes at His death we are healed. For "11 God be with us, Beat the Crash Program"It U.S. Naval Hospital ,
who can be against us?"
always happens to the other civilian and their dependents and
SUNDAY! MASS - 8am.
guy -- the guy who's irrespon- guests.;
Red Cross ServicesFOURTH sible and careless; I'm a good The first department to--attend -
driver, it can't happen to me." and complete the course was SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m.
Is this your attitude You may Fleet Weather Facility and 64
IN A SERIESBy be a good driver but how a- members of the Weapons Department PROTESTANTAll
bout the other guy? completed the coursein
Virginia Gunter A nation-wide program is un- Mardi. Saints Chapel
derway to improve driver educa- The course is held each Monday -
service family to meet Its emer- tion and help reduce accidents Tuesday and Wednesday at SUNDAY
Red Cross financial assistanceis gency needs while visiting a military through defensive' driving train- 6 p.m. at Bldg. 13 located at Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.
installation as well as to the Those completingthe Junior Worship Service 10 a.m.
1968 main
available to servicemen and ing. Through January over gate.
assist a serviceman and Ms family receive National Safe Bldg. f 722
their dependents to meet emergency 33,000 drivers throughout the course
needs that arise from who are stranded en routeto United States completed the defensive ty Council certificates of completion Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
causes beyond their control and a new station. driver training course cards. #722Junior
for which they cannot reasonablybe Financial assistance to serv- and over one million are expected Here is your opportunity to Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
expected to have made pro- icemen and their dependents in to take the course by the improve your driving; while taking Bldg. # 722
vision. Emergency needs are other emergencies that arise at end of the year. part in the prevention of Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30
any time during military service The defensive driving courseIs accidents and slaughter on our p.m.
those that are urgent and require -
be from Red Cross
may provided nation's roads and highways.Re TUESDAY
Immediate attention as distinguished held three days each week
from those that are funds or by referral to other aboard base by the Police Branch member, just being agooddriver Junior Choir Rehearsal p.m. ,
.
desirable, but do not require resources. of the Security Department. The isn't enough -- you've also got Bldg. f 722 ',
Since all Red Cross funds "
are
watch for the other WEDNESDAYSenior
immediate action. course is intended for licensed to out guy
obtained from voluntary contrib- defensively. Choir Rehearsal 7:30
by driving
motorists, including military,
Funds advanced by the field utions and are for the express p.m.
director are usually in the formof purpose of meeting emergency THURSDAYYoung .
loans (always without inter- needs and relieving hardship, Adult Club 7 p.m.
est). The repayment of loansis financial assistance cannot be Bldg. ff 722
usually made by allotmentIn given for non-emergency needs Christian Science Service
accordance with the 'service such as repayment of debts financing JA.x. .AI N'E"WVSThe : 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
man's ability to repay. If repayment divorces, payment of ft 41
will compound his prob- fines, court fees, or ball, or .
lems and result in undue hard- purchase of ,convenience or luxury Travel Restrictions
1 JAN AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
the servicemen and his items.
ship to distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station,
dependents, a grant is made instead r J Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing! Company, Set for Canal Zone
of a loan. Sometimes a a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
The Sixth Naval
combination loan and grant is Traffic NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box District has
made. 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00( noon on Monday before pub' brought attention to a Chief of
Emergency Leave !lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele Naval Operations' message= out-
phone 772 3118 or 3119. lining travel restrictions to the
Whenever it is necessary fora Canal Zone.
home ViolationsThe Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
servicemen to return The CNO message said,
concerning such should be directed to
because of serious illness deathor "Travel to military activities
other emergencies in his Immediate The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. in the Canal Zone should be
family verified by Red following is a report of Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 restricted to essential: mission
Cross, financial assistance is motor vehicle accidents and traffic requirements from present
always made available to him. violations for the period April through: May due to the sensitive : i-
The amount Is that necessary to 2 through April 8. VOL. 26 NO. 4 APRIL 18, 1968 political( :situation:> : in Panama
supplement his own funds inpro- Number of accidents City and the very limited billeting -
viding round-trip fare by appro- Tills Week . . .11 facilities in' the Canal
priate means of transportationand Total Accidents this year through Zone.
subsistence while on leave, April 8 . . 80 j
is needed. Red Cross funds are Number of Accidents through

not provided, however, for the April 8, 19(37( . 106 I

leave.sole purpose of taking ordinary last Total injury number'in a of motor days vehicle since WANTED *

Assistance to DependentsLoans accident . . .2

are made to service Number Week of. ViolationsThis . . 34 Active Duty U.S. Navy Enlisted Personnel.

personnel and their wives and Speeding . . . .1
children for basic maintenancewhen Reckless Driving . .1 *
family allotments, officially Going through Stop Sign i 2 Male and female.
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applied for, are delayed ,
, Other . 30
Violations
Assistance is "
or Interrupted. '
generally given directly to the Twenty-one drivers appeared In most cases, must be willing to relocate. .

family by the local chapter how- before the Traffic Hearing Board .

ever, the serviceman may apply at the meeting held on April for world ,. .
wide travel.
for such assistance from the 11. Disposition of the cases Included Opportunity ,
field director. inmost instances the following: Six lost
correspondence between the driving and parking privileges '
chapter and the field director is aboard the station for various Good pay and allowances.

necessary forverificationandfor periods; Seven were assigned to
facilitating any action that could complete an eight-hour coursein *
lead to early initiation or resumption remedial driving at NATTC. Tremendous educational opportunities "'
of the allotment. ,
Two received suspensions; One ,
Since Red Cross funds are was given warning, Nine were

used in lieu of an allotment" dismissed; 11 were fined (l.r. S. Excellent hospitalization. ./;" ,.:". .-
check that delayed this -
was assistance COMMISSIONER); and! Two referred -
Is limited to basic main to commanding officersfor ..
tenance, which includes food, possible disciplinary:: action. Low cost insurance. "'_." ,7; '
housing, utilities, clothing and Eight drivers were assessed 22
essential transportation.Loans .
points. .
may be provided to . Fast Advancement.
servicemen to cover the cost of
basic needs such as toilet articles In addition to retail stores,
laundry dry-cleaning,and cafeterias::;, snack hops, and EM t Outstanding 20
other necessities to alleviate clubs Navy Exchanges provide year retirement plan.

hardship caused by nonreceiptof biidi. facilities as beauty salons,

pay and ResponsibleThe allowances. barber repairs shop., child, opticalhop.sshoe miseries;: watch Large $$ cash $$ bonus for those qualified. '

field director is responsible repair, etnboingengravingand:

for assisting a stranded many other :-ervkes.c For complete details contact Perry Officer/ Raymond or Chief| HowcU In Room 108, Building 955. .",. ..6

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April 18, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3I I


I VA-172 Scooter Pilot Traps 600On Intrepid Fuel is Black and Strong I

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March 28th, Lieutenant IIOUER joined VA 163 which If, as certain hyperrealistic J03 Gary Vorhes sugar, but there's really only one
Commander Bill ISENHOUR of started out at Cecil Field, Fla. historians claim, it was whiskey way he likes his Java and that's .y
Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN and ended up at NAS Len'X:>ore, instead of the Colt 45 that won days-were immigrants fresh off strong. \)
TWO, flew into the landing pattern California. At Lemoore he joined the West, the credit for victoryin the boat from Europe. Serving in Aboard the INTREPID, there ,:
of the USS ROOSEVELT In VA 125: where as a flight in- the waters of Southeast Asia the Army shortened the time required are currently at least 135 author-
the Mediterranean gotjiis "Rog structor. From VA 125: he will have to go to coffee. for them to gain citizen- ized coffee messes. To those
er Ball", and came in for his went to VA 216 onboard the Both brews have a certain ship and enabled them to learn unfamiliar with Navy terminology ,
600th arrested landing in the A-4- USS HANCOCK With VA 216 warming quality, and overindulgence something of the country and a mess is a coffee pot. -
Skyhawk. This Isanaccompllsh- he flew combat missions in in either one can even- its customs. But although a mess is a coffee
ment that very few "scooter" WESTPAC and earned 11 air tually lead to the "shakes." When their enlistments were pot, if the coffee pot is a mess,
pilots can claim. Medals. In 1966 he transferredto There are some who would argue of somebody Is In trouble.
them still
LCDR ISENUOUR's history VCW 21 Staff as LSO and c that it's a lo; more fun getting up, though uncertain, many about their plans That somebody would usuallybe
with the A 4 began after he continued to fly combat missions there with whisky, of course, for were the future. They leaf their, the junior man in the office .'
left flight training and joining against North Vietnam. LCDR. but that's frowned on in mili- isolated frontier units with their or shop. One of his daily chores
VA 66:> on the East Coast ,The ISE HOUR also was awardedthe tary circles. and of is making coffee and he'll think
squadron deployed with the USS Navy Commendation Medal There are quite a few researchers scant separation pay the many judgment day has come if he
them ended at nearest
INTREPID and made two cruisesto with Combat "V", the Purple who back the theory up ever allows the pot to run dry. t
and proceded to stareat
the Mediterranean. After Heart and the Republic of about whisky winning the West. trading the inside post of as many bottlesof Neighboring messes often have 9
leaving VA 66 LCDR ISEN Vietnam Air Gallantry Cross. One university professor who whisky as they could buy. unwritten agreements to draw )1t'.
also holds the post of state his- coffee from each other while
torian has a favorite story about When their pay was gone, all they' are making a fresh pot
Duck! Here Comes the recruiting techniques of theUnited they had left was a terrible for themselves.The '
States Cavalty around the need for a drink, trained into hot, sticky weather in the
I turn of the century.It them by the Army.To Gulf of Tonkin doesn't bring any
is a matter of record that the surprise of no one but big decrease in consumption of
Another the official bugle calls of that themselves, a good percentage of the brew either.
Campaign ...
time included a little ditty call- these unfortunates ended up back
ed "Whisky Call." Sometime in the barracks starting abrand-
NEW ADMIRAL
tween reveille and breakfast, the new hitch.
It is nearing the time for another loan company. And you don't troopers would stumble out into The Navyman runs on coffee.
fund raising campaign, pay local and state taxes on your the gray morning and line up He drinks it morning, noon and COLOR TV $295 {
Groan. Once again somebody will profits. for a blast,,or redeye from the in the middle of the night. He
come up and ask for a signature, You get back $4 for every little brown barrel presided over drinks it to wake up, to stay scratched Bio screen In shipment console, $12 models mo384366.or
and then start taking money out $3 you lend, if you hold the \ by the quartermaster. The pro- awake and to get to sleep, at \ 725-Jill\1\ open Sun 14.
of the check. bond to maturity. cedure was repeated shortly before night. He may add cream and
Oddly enough, this is one of You can't lose a bond. They taps each night. t
the few campaigns that guaranteethat are replaced if lost, stolen or The ration, of course, was not 1
your money will be returned destroyed. enough to keep a man from doinga
not in services; or hospital care Series E Bonds may be full day's work. The spirits eBob's Oak Hill
or bumper stickers, but in cold redeemed for full purchase price were carefully dipped from the
United States cash. More cash:, 'plus accumulated interest, any barrel into tin cups. It was required Pure Service CenterOpen
than you "contributed" in the time after the first two months. however,that a man"take
first place.In A holder of savings bonds his medicine" forthwith and on
case you don't know, this is priviledged purchase Freedom the spot. This was to prevent for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
will be a Savings BondFreedomShare Shares, a program with even hoarding or retailing.
drive, and the only bene- more benefits and a faster mat- Tills practice may seem pretty road service pick up & delivery
ficaries are yourself and your urity rate. civilized to some. The West wasa
country. The basic idea behind After the first couple of paydays lonely and empty place in those mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
the Savings Bond is lending you won't even miss the days and maintaining moralewasjust
money to the government. You "contribution" and seven years as important then as now.
let the government use your from now you won't even remem- The Army,howeve r, reaped some 771 9156 103rd & Jammes Road
money and they pay you for the ber the first: two paydays. How rather unorthodox benefits from Jacksonville FloridaBeached r
privilege. You are your own can you lose the whisky: rations. ;
Many of the troopers in those

I Roosters Crow Over CruiseThe


Fighting Cocks: of Attack enlisted mechanics and electricians -
Squadron 66:strutted back to Cecil and: plane captains who kept
recently, having completed an the squad's five planes In top
extremely hazardous tour to flying. condition.Cdr. @/
Guantanamo for refresher train- E.M. Crow, Waldo skip-
ing. The hazards were not directly per, expressed it all in the
connected with the mis- memorable words "where do we

sion. get such roosters0 %. S-: .

According to Lt. B.E. Thielen, :'
"Cdr.: Ramsey, the squadron executive :- Gtt; :
officer displayed the 1 ." l:t'r 6
qualities of a Decataur when a
c0uan
returning liberty launch lost cJ an
steering and founde red helplesslyon ti
the .storm-tossed waters of :, ,

Guantanamo Bay. Fearlessly exposing \/' CVI

commandeered himself: to another the elementshe craftto : as \

come alongside" and affected a 'San Juan Niblick 1 1J'y
transfer at sea. ..t
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with) only five aircraft. Lt Kjg( ]I equipped with G'ERanucs k4L4
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reached Centurion status: by mak- Individual' '. Air onditioninci,'
ing 100 arrested landings and Hcalinn,!, b>' 0; f; _
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Lt. Thielen attributed the success \\\011\ to \ball\ l arpctimt t unJSu'tmmimi
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I: NARTU CO To Retire May JI' 1 1R Club Schedules I


"0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef- ACEY DUECY CLUB: Hear the
pu4, from 6 to Mark Castle Combo tomorrow
Schoolof
graduated from the Naval eater's buffet today
9 1 Photography before returningto 9 p.m. Casey Johnson providesthe evening, and the entertaining-
the Pacific Theater in April, music tomorrow evening.The triloquist act of Alex Houston.
1943. champagne special Is featured Saturday night hosts the Five
Subsequently' Captain Simon- that evening. Saturday Is the Clubs. The Eightballs are under
sen served as the commanding Magnolia Ball. A buffet dinner the spotlight Sunday evening
from 6 to 10 Happy Hour is featured Monday
officer of three aircraft squad- Is held Sunday
rons (VJ-13, VPP-62, VC-61)), p.m. Foreign dish night German through Wednesday from 4:30 to
two aircraft wings(COMUTRONS style is featured Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Plan to1 attend the
Forward Areas, Fleet Air Wing from 6 to 9 p.m.CANDLELIGHT. Luau April 26. -

6)), and the ammunition ship, CPO CLUB: Pizzas go for$.75
USS Paricutin (AE-18)), in the : The restaurant today. The Johnny Arnold "4"
7th Fleet. lie also commandedthe will be open from 11 a.m. will entertain tomorrow evening.
Naval School of Photographyfrom to 2 p.m. tomorrow, but will Try the seafood special for$1.25.)
1951 to 1953. lie Is a graduate close at that time for the remainder TIle Tunetwisters are under the
4A of the Naval Line School of the day for a private spotlight Saturday night. A sirloin
f. 4 and the Naval War College and party. Saturday, hours are from steak for 31.65 is the dinner
has had three tours of duty in 11 a.m. to midnight. Johnny Duke special. Fried chicken for $.95
Washington,with two separate assignments will provide the musical entertainment and rib-eye steak for $1.35 are
in the Office of the from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. the specials for Tuesday and
Deputy 'Chief of Naval Opera- that evening. There will be'a Wednesday.
-7- p tions (Air) and most recently he buffet dinner Sunday. Hours of
----- ...' : served as Director of Navy Recruiting from 11 a.m. to LUTHERAN SERVICE CEN-
ML:; ..-- ',. .e "Mlt---'VH >'""' / operation are TER Would believe
In the Bureau of Naval : you a
: HARTU'S COMMANDING OFFICER, Capt. Carl D. Simonten, Personnel.In 10 p.m. "Lutheran" discotheque? Yes,
will retire May I after a 32-year Naval career. June of 1966 Captain Simon- a Hippi-Hop will be held for
sen became the 11th Commanding BLUEJACKETS INN: The UFO military personnel Saturday,
Captain: Carl D. Simonsen, the University of Wisconsin in Officer of NARTU Jackson- are on hand tonight. The Rush April 20 at 8 p.m. at the center.
commanding officer of the Naval June 1936 and reported for flight ville. On April 30,1968, he will Hours will entertain tomorrow The Epics, a professional psychedelic -
Air Reserve Training Unit training at Pensacola that same be relieved as commanding officer evening and Saturday afternoon.Phil group and the Ramblers,
(NARTU) here will retire from a summer, where he was desig- by CaptatnB.R Otto,USNR, Cay and the Chantels will folk group will be on hand for
32-year Navy career May 1. nated a Naval Aviator in Sep- in a ceremony held at NARTU. play Saturday night. Sundayhoststhe the entertainment. There is no
Captain Simonsen was born tember 1937.Transferred. Captain Simonsen is marriedto UFO in the afternoon and the charge.
and raised In Milwaukee, Wis- to the Pacific area the former Jean B. McCallof Camelots in the evening. The a .
consin. He was graduated fromCanYou as a Fleet Aviation Cadet, Cap- Philadelphia whom he met Sixteens. are under the spotlight U. S. Savings Bonds are "in
tain Simonsen received his En- while in the Phillipines. They Nlonday. Tuesday, the destructible" -- any bond that is
sign's commission in September have two children, Mrs. Dale Camelots will provide the music lost, stolen, or destroyed will
1939. During his first 3 yearsin Pflug of Atlanta, Ga., and LTjg( ) and UFO will entertain Wednes- be replaced by the Treasury at
the Pacific he served with C. M. Simonsen,a Naval Aviator no cost to the Bond owner.
Patrol Squadron 8 at Pearl Harbor -
assigned to VAW-123 embarkedon
TAKE YOUR CAR and the USS
on Langley in the USS Forrestal (CVA 59)). day.VP16
MTH YOU? the Asiatic Fleet. Lends Hand
For Financing' and Insurance When World War II began he Captain and Mrs. Simonsen Helping
Stateside' and Overseas Call was an instructor in patrol planesat plan to remain in the Jackson-
DYER M. BURR the Naval Air Station, Pensa- ville area and willestablishtheir Patrol Squadron Sixteen has Within a short time, regular
cola. While at this station he was permanent home In Jacksonville extended a helping hand to over Wednesday trips by VP 16
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 400 children of the El Salvador personnel: were instituted during -
FINANCE CORPORATION and More than 60 per cent of all Beach.NATTC Scene School in Jerez, Spain. TIle which time rice, fish, bean
and other foods takento
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Series U. S. Savings Bonds sold school, administered, : by Catholicnuns pork, were
the school. With this aid the
INSURANCE COMPANY each year are bought throughthe and maintained by charity,
Class 741' from AO/B
graduated school was able to give the children -
5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527 Payroll Savings Plan. Buy'Bonds received contributions of money,
School April 9. Cdr. R. D. nourishing meal
a filling,
where you work; our men food and time from VP 16's;
Kunkle
of
superintendent ordnance different
in Vietnam at midday. Each week
do. officers and
schools at NATTC, congratulated men. officer: and men made the 30
arrived
When the. squadron in
the- class' and pre- minute \isit to Jerz. There was
sented Rota, Spain, in December 1967,
diplomas. ne\er difficulty finding volunteer -
HONDAMONTESA any
Class members were AOl J. the school \\'..1in desperate need .
F. Cox, AO1 D. L. Davis AO1 and could barely provide the *
G. R. Fields, A01 R. J. Hold- children with their normal noon During late 1966 and early
man, A01 A. A. Hughes, AO2 meal. Short of fund, the Mother 196';, the Eagle of VP --16
MOTORCYCLES E, Kaczynski A01 W. MacDonald : Superior :sent; an urgent\ were deployed to Sangley Point,
,. .- A02 E. L. Miller, AOC request::; for help to Chaplain Conte Republic of the Philippines.DurIng -
KMgsleyMOTORS S. Roberson, and AO2 J. C. senior chaplain aboard the the :squadron':; !* stay allhands
o. ..',t I'lrich.! Nasal Station in Rota. made a effort to aid the El.ieCJaudie.
.> Village, a home for
&
: JMOTORS crippled and orphaned children,
with improvement? to the home
and WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. and M'hool: : grounds.

1 MILE SOUTH OF DOG Cdr. D. C. Carruthcommand

TRACK ON H/WAY/ 17 IN CYCLES CO. :;>\:' AIR CONDITIONERSNEW ing officer, feels that projects

ORANGE PARK JUST See Honda's Hot "350" & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW such: as: El Salvador and Erie
% 5 MINUTES FROM MAIN/ & USED TV SETS Gaudies Village serve_two
GATE, NAS JAX. 4949 BlandingPH NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES purpose TIle first, betteringcommunity

OPEN SUNDAY, 72-5 771-8244 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS relations, and secondly -
:; Salvage Easy Credit Terms having a positive influence .
'it : Freight! ,
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62 IMPALA Convertible/ operations will be directed front
the Navy's new Recovery Con-
$895 trol Center, Atlantic, at Nor-
62 IMPALA 2dr Hardtop folk, Va.
$895 1 The newly commissioned
65 FIAT (One owner) center will increase administra
$695 tive efficiency, improve econo-
I my and benefit operational efficiency -
62 VOLKSWAGEN, 65 Motor, / 1 according to RAdm.
new trait end. DOUBLE QUTaOAftOSGATOR Thomas A. Christopher, Com-
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RING A DING -- Fourteen telephone operators aboard NAS
were awarded superior accomplishments awards for their efficient
handling during the switch to the Centrex System. They were (L to
R) Dottie M. Bonds, Wilma D. Hacker, Sara G. Addison, Allie G.
Steenwerth assistant supervisor; Edith H. Brooks, chief operator,
Emma L. Keckler, Margaret F. Hyde, Callie C. Self, and) AnnieL.
Hill. Not present were: Shirley J. Luke, Hazel D. Phifer, ,
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Anna R. Querio, Eleanor M. Hockett, and Flossie M. Cole. ;
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Received by 23 CiviliansSustained 4



high quality job per- knowledge, manual skills and oth- _..__ _.._. _.._ n' _...____._.. ...........n n..__ nm mnnn
formance exceeding normal requirements er }phases of high quality per- 1
earned 23 civilian formances.
employees quality increases dur- .to the Gate.
ing the past two months. Exams AnnouncedThe .. ..

The employees who received Interagency Board of U. ,. ..... ,.,,,,. < ,, ,. ,."', '
=" =W'8= H .1 j "'t.: t.J! i!! \ .t\"" :>& % ;:}M''& >>'''': :':= 'M.J special recognition are as follows S. Civil Service Examiners has
: H.C. Wilson, L.V. Holmes, issue'! the following examina-
M.A. Clark, RJ. Kemen, 11.T. tion announcement for Training
Maloney, Jr., and J.S. Alder- Technician (Specialization -
man, NARF; J.B. Vaughn, R.S. Water Survival), GS-4 and GS-5,
Pons and E.N.Sapp,Public Works $4995: and $5565 per year.
Department; B.A. Bbcler, M. P. These positions are primarilyin
Wood and B.B. Nettles, Supply Jacksonville but may also be
Department; F.N. Schoder, M.W. used to fill positions in other
Mattingley and A.C.Seablom,Jr., Federal agencies in the 57 coun-
Comptroller Department; R. T. ties of Florida east of the Apalachicola '
Anteola and W.A. Booder, Indus- River.Applications t
trial Relations Depanment;W.N. will be accepteduntil
Robey, Security Department; L, May 10, and should be sent
C. Murphy, Management Assist- to the Interagency Board of U. r
ance Office; B.M. HawkinsResi S. Civil Service Examiners, 123 1
dent Storage Office; M.F. Mally, South Court Avenue, Orlando,
M.S. Lafferty and F. Zimmerman Fla., 32801.
U.S. Naval Hospital $ t 0 *
U. S. Savings Bonds cannot be
These employees were rewarded -
used as collateral because only
for their and
quantity
redeem
the registered owner can
quality of work, for their mas-
of
them. This i is one many safety
tery of necessary professional features of Savings Bonds.

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w. g... them the VW 16 point Safety and Performce Inspect moreplaces ;1 1
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ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE with : ,
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You can fly on them (stand-by) J% regular ; you
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By Sgt. Bob TiptonAir GMTC :1 1 0 0 ':f.'0

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Medals llMC 1 0 1 100 : 0
Aviator in Marine Attack Squad Also present for the ceremonywere
Capt. Charles E. Losey, AE ron 214 and with First Battalion, his two brothers, David and 1IMl 9 3 4 44 2
;Marine Liaison Officer, presented Seventh Marines Vietnam from James. HM2 11 8 3 27 0
the Air Medal with Gold Star Oct. 10, 1965 to Oct. 26, 1966. Honor Students 11M3 13 10 1 .. .. 8 2
in lieu of the second through The accompanying citation Three Marines were promotedto ,or '. .. '""' ....
seventh awards to the parentsof read in part "Completing numerous corporal and two of them received J02.. 2'; 1 1'r... #50' 0J03'

the late Marine Capt. Rex- missions during this Meritorious Masts re- 2" ..' .1 .!'": 1'J"I'. "." ''I .50i"of" 0 ..

, wood S. Thames. Jr., Friday. period while often exposed to hostile cently.Lt. '
i The ceremony took place [in fire at close range, Captain Col. A. E. James, MMC 5 5 0 -': 0 ,0MMl
a memorial garden dedicated to Thames contributed materiallyto commanding officer of Marine 3 3 0 0 0
Captain Thames and Cdr. AlbertD. the success of his units." Aviation Detachment, presentedthe MM2 1 0 1 100 41 0

> McFall at the Christ Episcopal The citation was presented.tohis warrants and masts. :> \.
? Church in Ponte Vedra Flat father Rexwood. Sr, and They are Cpls. Jay D. Sho- MU1 2 1 1" 50 0
I Captain Thames earned the Air- his mother Charlotte receivedthe walter, Joe D. White and Robert MU2 1 0 1 100 0

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May 1964. lie is veteran of Korean Conflict. He holds the
World War II, Korea and the Bronze Star with combat "V"

I M ART NEWSBy South Vietnam Conflict. The and the Purple Heart Medals.
will reside in the B la
sergeant major Also promoted at ceremonywas
SSgi. J. E.
Wingate
the Jacksonville area with his Sgt. Donald Poindexter. lie

family. is a helicopter crew chief and

A promotion and retirement ed Sgt. Maj. W. O. Parrish as Sergeant Major Stiles is a recent just returned from combat dutyin
ceremony Was held at the Marine the detachment sergeant major. Vietnam returnee, and has the Republic of South Vietnam.
Air Reserve Training De- Sergeant Major Parrish retired been on the sergeant major pro- He flew over 400 combat missions
tachment here April 1. Sgt. Maj. April 1 after completing a motion waiting list for the past while serving with Marine Air ,
Neal P. Stiles was promoted to 30 year career with the. Marine year and a half. He is the Vet- Group 36 in Ky Ha, South Viet- IIF'--'
his present rank and has reliev Corps He reported for duty here eran of World War II and the nam. 1 WANT TO RUM M EQUIPMENT \ ECKt"?'


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RATE PART. FAIL PROMO. % PNA ; ; : ; ;

MU3 2 0 2 100 0
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Movies will be shown nightly
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at the NAS Jax Theatre at 7:30 .

p.m. There will also be a Kiddie P1I3 .t 0 4 100 0
Matinee at 2 p.m., Saturdays .
and Ads should be mailed, tc the Holt Publishing Company
feature
a regular 2
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Sundays and p.m., PNC 7 5 0 0 2 1950 Blending Blvd Jacksonville. Florida 32210. to arrive
holidays The Hospital PN1 :5 2 0 0 3 not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following Thurs
Theatre will have one nightPN2. I 7 2. 5 71 0 day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
ly feature at 7p.m. Cecil Field PN3 "' .' '9 5 3 33 1 the following week unless the publisher instructed other
will have two nightly shows during ivise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. : be received WITH the copy for the . Matinees will be shown on weekends PRC ., .:: .3 0, ._. ., ,' ,2"i
at 2 and 5 p.m. PR1 .r '2 1 0 \ ,0 1j. 00 NOT SEND CASH

PR2THURSDAY PR3 9 j. ,:' 1 0 1. Q'100 '., a.L BATE: Minimum chargo ((3 linos). . . .12.00
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NAS: "UP FROM THE BEACH" RD1 II f, 1 ::0 ," .: 1 i 100' 0 I

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starring Cliff Robertson and Red '" "
RMC
Buttons.. Rating Excellent. 1. 1 0. 6 0
((107 min.) RM1,, 3 1 '. 2 67 0 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE "WANTED"

HOSPITAL: THE FAMILY RM2 7 1 6. 86 0 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Someone to take up payments on

WAY" starring Hayley Mills and RM3. ,3.;..,. ,.1 2 : '. 67 0 FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. the following:
John Mills. Rating Very Good :': ; Call Powell or Mills, USN BRAND NEW COLOR T.V.Sellingfor
((124 Min.) : : :(f-i"'J: : Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park a Little Above Cost.
C. FIELD: "WAIT UNTIL 2 .50 Realty. STEREO combination with radio
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AND MAKE THEMDIE" starring ."
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Michael Connors and Dorothy SMC 2 ,..;,..( Provine. Rating Very Good. SMI 3 ;' :, 2 1 33; 0' Civilian Use

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It 'That's What I Call a Bomb!' ICareer Talk With chief' CISSOI I


Bombs Awayl I From eleven- what is that thing) going to do direct, Impact explosive. It may
foot monster to a baby only when I drop it?" be pilot-directed or have a President Johnson's most recent vice to servicemen and veterans:
about two inches long, the Cecil Some of the questions are an- "mind" of Its own. The air- message to Congress on ((1)) Expanding VA service in
Conventional Weapons School swered by the school extensive to-air Sidewinder will seek out servicemen and veterans reveals Vietnam where VA representatives -
1, provides instruction on Navy library of visual aids. One room the exhaust of the target plane these legislative' requests. provided veteran benefits
firepower. in the school is equipped especially and hang on until the end. Side- ((1)) To increase the low cost counseling last year to 220,000
1\ Under the authority of Car- for filmed presentationand winders may be avoided but it group life insurance now avail- fighting men about to return
rier Air Wing Four, the school the library has everythingfrom is not easy. able to members of the Armed home.
t. is the only one of its kind on the most sophisticated Briefly, the school teaches forces from the present maximum ((2)) Expanding VA counselingnow
the East Coast. Its students come rockets to original movies of brush-up [in explosives and of $10,000 to $30,000. being received by disabled
from as far away as Oceana. "how it all be an.After a coupleof bombs, fuses, rockets, ordnance ((2)) To protect disabled veterans servicemen in 110 military
; More than 1800 pilots have studied reels of Shrikes and Walleyes carriers, guns, cluster weapons, widows and children a hospitals to the entire systemof
t at the school since,it openedin the story of the first mis- mines and flares and missiles. gainst[ disproportionate pensionloss military hsopitals.
1965. Before that there were sile provides comic relief. One illumination flare used by as a result of increasesin ((3)) Extending VA counselingnow
no facilities for weapons instruction The pilots not only have to the Navy can turn dark into dayto other income such as Social being conducted at 150
after basic training. know what the bomb is and whatit allow ground forces and air- Security. military separation points to
% The school lasts three days will do, he also must under- craft to make accurate attacks.A ((3)) To increase the maximum bases.
and covers eleven areas of study, stand, how it is constructed. For delayed-explosive bomb may portion of a G. I. Loan tha ((4)) Opening 20 new,one stop
from basic introduction to the this part of the school cut-a-way be released to explode hours can be guaranteed by the government U. S. Veterans Assistance Cent
actual loading of an aircraft. bombs are used to show the later. The enemy never can tell from $7,500 to $10,000. ers. Working with VA offi-
The mission of the school is toprovide placement of fuses, arming[ devices just when. This weapon can tie ((4)) To permit part time VA cials at the center will be
refresher training and to and explosive. There are up transportation arteries for vocational rehabilitation trainingso representative of many other j
increase the expertise of pi- also aircraft bomb racks to demonstrate hours, just by sitting there. service disabled veteranscan Federal agencies as well as local
lots." It tells the flyers"what how the weapons are There are Snakeyes and Wall- Improve their skills wuile and state veteran affairs
to expect of the ordnance. Just attached and how they are controlled eyes and Deadeyes. There are working at a regular job. officials. This first multi -
from the cockpit.The me- Bullpups and Lazy Dogs and ((5)) Enactment of a resolution agency effort is designed. to ren-
4 chanics are complicated and the Shrikes and Sidewinders. They expressing the sense of Congressthat der every assistance: to re-
i GIANT SWAP MEET variety of ordnance almost un- are all part of the Conventional private employers should turing Vietnam era serviceman. -
JAX LARGEST FLEA limited. Each weapon is a new Weapons School at Cecil Field. give job priority to returning Ten of the centers, to
challenge, both to the pilot who servicemen. be opened within a month, are to
MARKET will release it and to the enemy Medical MovieThe ((6)) To provide incentives to be located in New York, Chicago !
c 2 Come Buy, Sell or Browse- have contend with of Los
who will to channel the talents returning Angeles Philadelphia
Thousands of Items. the result. Vietnam era serviceman into Detroit, Cleveland," Washington
8 Blanding Drive-in Theatre Fuses may be mechanical, Medical Department will, teaching in deprived areas, or D. C. San Francisco, Boston
t Every Sat. .7 a.m.-6 p.m. chemical or electric. Directionand present a thirty five minute serving local communitids as and Atlanta. A second group of I
Sun. I p.m. : 6 p.m. pilot control may be by radar, color film on cancer for dependent policemen, firemen and hospital centers, to be opened at a .somewhat ;
( 768 7085 or 768 4793 television or visual sight. The women in the station workers. The program would be later date, will be located !
bomb may be delayed explosive, theater on May 13 at 10 a.m. known as Veterans In the Public in Baltimore Milwaukee, Houston -
r The film describes how women Service (VIPS),and would provide St. Louis, Pittsburg, San
I can examine themselves for cancer extra G. 1. Bill benefits to veterans Antonio, New Orleans Indian-
and how to recognize the sym- serving training to serve polis, Phoenix and eward.f .
toms of the disease. Followingthe In YIPS ( )) Directing the Departmentof
Got a load of movie a question and answer The President[ also advised Defense to double participation -
period with a medical officer Congress that he Is taking the in its "Project 100,00"
from the Dispensary'will be held. following action;i Improve ser- which provides military training -

needs ? for young men who would ,
money otherwise, be rejected on edu-
cational or physical grounds.
See HFC. ((6)) Directing the Department -
of Defense to extend! to
all principal troop Installationsits
"Project Transition" with
goal of training fiOU,000 disadvantaged -
men for civilian jobs in
1 the months before they leave
I'I'L I'c I'k servIce.

((7)) Directing the Secretaryof
Labor to continue giving top
priority to personal job help
c.'ontads'ith every returning
serviceman through the more
than 2,000 Federal State Em-
ployment Offices.
(8) The President will isaiie
an Executive: Order permitting
{ r the hiring[ In the first five levelsof I
Federal Civil Service of returning -
_. _. _. \p.teranol\(') 'to I
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The Enlisted Wives Club of 100 people attended. This was pursue educational programs in i
VA 174 held a picnic and Easthe first such event sponsored by their sparetime. These veterans
ter egg hunt for the families of the Club since its formation last would not have to compete in regular -
the squadron last Saturday.About Septembetsiiwlr Civil Ser ice examinations.
It can be a long time from one pay call to the next- ((9)) Directing the Administrator -
especially when you really need money for some worth- 'of Veteran.Affairs:;; to
while purpose.If expand training of all typesof
you run short, get money help from Household SELLERS SINCLAIRI03rd medical personnel. VA now
Finance-the company most service people choose be. provides training to some 40,000
cause HFC tells you In advance how much your loan will I03rd & RICKER 77 -a567 medical specialists; each year.
cost-in dollars and cents. There won't be any surprises The President set i.n goal of 80,00
( or extras. Unload your money problems soon-at HFC. specialists to be trained each .
Before you sign on the dotted line, NEW CAR WARRANTY SERVICEU year in the vast VA hospital
know what your loan will cost. clinic system, to relieve the
acute shortage of trained personnel -
( C..h MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS HAUL a AAA WRECKERAIR and at the same time improve -
( you", 0. care for veterans.
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G01ds 11.5 24.5 winner of the All-Navy winning ways Monday by edging affair Monday morning Pacific
Tean Won Lost tad Foxes HAu 5) 23 Volleyball Tournament will be Western Pacific in the best of Coast put down North Atlanticin
Cloak & Daggers 29 7 decided today with two games re- five series, 15-11 13-15, 12-15. four sets 15-3, 15-4. 10-15,
Crash & Fire 26 10 Atlantic League maining. North Atlantic (NAS 15-8 and 15-12. In the opening 1512.Tuesday.

Strikers 27 9 Team Patuxent River Md.) takes on match of the double round robin South Atlantic got by
Hunters
23 13 Won Lost Western Pacific (NAS Barbers North Atlantic in four sets.11-15.
Ne prunes 21 15 1 Red Darters # 2 21 11 Point) in a noon match and South IQ apaaT" rzl 15-11 15-4 and 15-4; then suffered -
Falcons handicaps
1C 12 23 13 Atlantic (Cecil Field) and Pacific its first loss at the handsof
X Impulses 18 18 Chiefs VW 4 19
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Coast (NAS Alameda) meet at Pacific Coast In three straight
Flapjax 18 18 Spoilers 19 13 2:30 in the last contest of the (AFPS Feature) games Tuesday afternoon 15-9
Cannon. Cocker16:\ 20 Hurricanes VW 4 16 12
All Navy affair. 15-11 and 15-3. Cecil's Raiders
Nomads 16 1. What are the six new Na
20 Chargers 18 14 The top team from this week's tional Hockey League teams were weakened in their first
Needlers 11.5 16.5 Bean Burners 18 14
matches moves to Inter-Sen that will begin play in Octo game Monday when ace spiker
Red Darters fr 1 10 18 Uncles 7 15 play next week at Dover AFB ber? Bob Sobol (NAS Corpus Christi!)
Cadeuces if 2 12 24 BB Balls 16 16 2. Who holds the NFL record chipped a wrist bone In the con-
Trainers 12 24 BB Stackers 14.5 17.5 Del.Coach Tom McGuckin's Cecil for number of field goals in test against Western Pacific.In .
ADVANCEMENTS Leftovers 14 18 Raiders (South Atlantic) enteredthe one game? the other two games Tues
(Continued from Page I) Supply 12.5 19.5CPO's tourney with a 14-0 record 3. How many touchdowns day Pacific Coast downed West-
AX2 R. L. Larue. ADJ2 I. T. VP 30 12.5 19.5 by picking up eight straight winsin were scored on runbacks of ern Pacific In three sets 15-2
Lemmon AMS2 F. M. Levoy Tan Babes 13 23 the 6th Naval District tourneytwo kickoffs or punts during the 15-11 and 15-8; and Western
RM2 A. L. Lonsano, ATN2 D. Afees 10.5 25.5 weeks ago and six consecu- 1966 NFL season? Pacific dropped North Atlantic

H. Miller. ADJ2 G. M. Miller tive victories in the South Atlantic ANSWEUS 1541581511.
AE2 J. R. Ownbey. AK2 C. Continental League Regional, played here last .'ISlg *e: I In games yesterday NorLant -
Schilke AE2 J. L. Stile and week. .lBals4g1 faced PacCoast and SoLant met
ATR2 K. Zenkert.To Team Won Lost The Raiders continued their sj9[ dS 'I "lDqsUd! aq1lsuis2u WestPac In morning contests;
679th 21 7 away v UI{ ua.ias! PiJlpPI: while NorLant met SoLant and
E-4 Sparks 21 7 A Series E Bond sinoq! 'is JO ud' wfl. Wilt .Z WestPac took on PacCoast in
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By Lou Caron Rigging I : I


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The congeniality of. the people adhered to. This day is enjoyed mast. This article covers jumper I II
.of Mount Dora was well displayed by sailors from all over the stays, boom vangs and all other Riverside
again this year as the Chamber Southeast.The factors that are affected or. will I
of. Commerce of. that city played following weekend, June affect the compression of. the
I
host to about 75 boats from all 8-9, will bring us to the annualSt. mast. Never hesitate to make ..1
over the state during the annual Johns Regatta which will include major changes in your standing I Chevrolet I ,
Mount Dora Regatta. the Daysailor Class Re- rigging. It II
NJSC was not without a trophy gionals, Rhodes Bantam Class I itr
winner when the combination of. State, and the Snipe Class Re- I ;
a little luck, favorable wind- gionals. This is always an exciting WILSON & BLANDING II
shifts and boat
a good produced weekend. y '
finishes of. 1-1-1-1 for an un-
disputed first for Lou Caron of. Tips on SailingIf I PHONE SP 1-1341 / II
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Navy Jax's sailing contingent. your problem is "going to I I.
April 7 marked the beginning windward," then don't overlook. SP 1-66O1 "I
.of the Spring Tri-Club Series the standing rigging. A small r-1 l .-I / I or ", ",' .,. I
at the Florida Yacht Club. The
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amount of aft rake in the mast I
second of. be held
set races to can make a world of differenceas I

at FYC is scheduled for Sunday to who reaches the windward I 68 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . $3175 I
and for the a good remainder turnout of. is the expected Spring mark first. With the boat in the 1 I V-8, A/T, Fact. Air PS, R&H. Mist Blue,
its normal I
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water riding on 1
Series. Remember, these races IJ'9NNMIQUIETTNugMON Like New.
should be
waterline, the mast I
are held every other Sunday at I
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FYC, beginning at 2 p.m. Skip- I
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pers meet at 1 p.m.Coming CAPRICE COUPE ...' $2995
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Events Once expense the boat is underway you I V-8, A/T, Fact. Air, PS, R&H, W/S/W? |

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r June 1. This is a fun type race slight forward rake when off I 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA WAGON,. . .$2895 I
from Palatka to the Rudder the wind. The shortest will admitted to I V-8, A/T, Fact. Air, PS,
Club of. Jacksonville (sponsor) The April issue of. "One-De- probate was contested in the Marine Blue, Nice Car. I
which totals some 40 miles.This sign and Offshore Yachtsman" British case of Thorn V. Dick- I I

race is .open to all classes has a good article: by Stuart ens in 1906. It consisted of. the I 67 IMPALA COUPE . . . . $2695
from sunfish to cruisers and anything Walker on controlling the bendy three words, "All for Mother." A/T, R&H, Fact. Air, PS. I
goes as far as sails are I
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dles concerned). Class(no rules motors need or. not pad-bee CONNECTICUT MUTUAL I 67 GALAXIE "500" . .' . $2595 I

I 2-Door, Hard Top. V-8, A/T,
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Fact. Air Dark Blue. I
Life Insurance Company I I

I 67 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN . . 0 $2695
DEALERSHIPS V-8, A/T, R&H, Fact. Air, Solid White I
AVAILABLENEW Silts Muaueeleat Opptrfmity I I

STATIONS Guaranteed Incentive Compensation Plan. I
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EXCELLENT & surrounding communities. I I I.
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TRAININGftFIN.tNCIAL I 67 MALIBU SUPER SPORT . . . $2495
J k. ASSISTANCE I
3" 4-Speed, R&H.
l CO-OP ADVERTISING .. 354-2911 I I

GULF OIL CORP. or 744-1851 !dirt & W..k.. jo I "BEL AIR CHEVROLET WAGON . $2295
815 HAINES V-8 A/T, Fact. Air, PS, R &H, I
PHONE 355-6402 I Solid White, Blue Interior, XXX Sharp. I


Jacksonville. Fla. 32201 I 66 IMPALA SUPER SPORT . .-:-. '. .'. $2095 I

K i V-8, A/T, PS, R&H, ,I IIf"' :; ; rI


I 66 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN! : 0". ., $1995 .1-
fSJ V-8, A/T R&H Fact. Air, '
r PS, Real Nice. I
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66 BISCAYNE 2-DOOR COUPE .' '". $1595 I
I V-B, A/T, Fact. Air. A Real Buy! '+, I

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I 65 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE '. . .' $1795 I
CONVENIENTLY / i., V-8, A/T, R&H, PS, I
LOCATED I Gold with White Top, Nice!
NEAR BOTH BASES r''r/ I

: Only Min. to Cecil & HAS I 65 FORD GALAXIE ., {"#. . _,,. .,. $,1395 I
.tj,t i \ I 2 Door Hard Top, V-8,,AV.tt: PSt, ...|\"", ,. ._jl. I
I' Vinyl Interior, Solid Gold ,
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.. BEDROOM APARTMENTS to $600. 64 CORVAIR 2 Door . I
up $50 cost only $1.50 1 ? .. ,,' '.'1'.: '" I" 0 4 .. $795
e 4 Speed R&H. ::1 I
ALL APTS HAVE: for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 1I I

only $29 month.We I 63 CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE . .'. $595
repay .
eWALLToWALLCARPETS per I 4Speed, R&H.

EXAM PUS orAttAYMENTS II
DRAPES provide prompt service tomilitary II
CENTRAL AIR & HEAT personnel. Save time
t, .UTILITY ROOM when'you need money. Phone c.,' Yo" Monthly
a PORCH first,then stop by to complete Got '..ymo"ty 1r. CEDAR HILLSRiverside
r loan. Try us you'll $101.02 f 6.00 rr
4 like us. We're the most helpful -
Swimming Pool d Complete/ loan peoole you'll find 202.05 12.00 I
Laundry Facilities anywhere. 216.2) 17.00 b I
409.U 24.00
Hear Schools/ Both Private Aetna Finance Co. 500,55 29.00 .r

and Parochial A Financial Sfvk of ITT I 600.00 34.)9 r Chevrolet
& Shopping Center I
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6756 103rd STREET 1
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RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 I I : ) M. 'til 6:00: P. M.

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