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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 25, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Ground Broken for ExpansionOf




Mainside Navy Exchanae


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Ground was broken during ment and an expanded selectionof A larger selection of mer- :
4 ceremonies Monday for con- merchandise. chandise to be stocked, improved ;....t-<
struction that will double the size The old bowling alley in Bldg. displays and less congestion.. 0
of the air station's Main Exchange 3 will be renovated and the New equipment in the ::Q

Carrying a k2,000.price tag, barber, beauty,' personal services barber beauty and cobbler shops :<
the 'completion date of the store and cobbler be
W"n Ap rf shops will will be more attractive and more
Is expected Nov. 1. Project relocated within thebuilding. convenient to patrons.Participating .
plans Include the construction of ditional room will be added for a in the groundbreaking i
additional salesfloor space on new portrait studio.
were: Capt. M.{ J. i
the east side of the present Also, the cafeteria serving line
Stack, station CO; Capt. L. W.
exchange: enlarging the area will be replaced along with an Graves, Public Works officer ;
from 15,000 to 30,400 square improved ventilation or exhaust
Cdr. H. L. Donald Jr., station
feet.The system. New equipment costs XO; Cdr. M. J. Ott, Exchange,
sales will
current area
f have been estimated at $110,000The officer; Charles Barnesdeputy
become a Uniform Center and
__ Men's service shop area is expected director of Navy Ship's Store Office -
Shop and will include cloth-
to be completed Dec. 15.
and
Layout DisplayDivision;
PROJECT BEGINS -. Captain Stack sinks shovel to begin expansion Exchange ing and small officials store merchandise.feel that the Among benefits expected from Harry Powell, from the architect -

I of Main Navy Exchange while other officials look on. additional sales will the project, according to Exchange firm that designed the
Work is scheduled to be completed this winter. mit more functional space rearrange per- officials are: building and M. E. Elkins.

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VOL. 26 NO. 5 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 25, 1968 ;



New Pay V-, Two EM's ReceiveAchievement I


ScalesRevealed fi Medals '


Two hospital corpsmen and ore ficer Bishop worked tirelessly,
dental technician were honoredat to lessen the administrative work
ytrJl a Dispensary Dental per- load of other sections, incud-
With another pay hike in the sonnel inspection Friday. ing supply, embarkation and
offing for July, pay scales of HMCS Herschel M. Bishop and motor transport. Despite the
new proposed rates have been HM2 Terrence C. Robinson were imminent threat of enemy rocket
released for both civilian em- \ awarded the Navy Achievement attacks, he consistently exhibited -

., ployees and men and women in w Medal for their "superior per- exceptional organizational
uniform. formance" of duties while serving ability and resourcefulness. in" .
Expected to become effective .. in the Republic of Vietnam maintaining his unit's administrative -
July 1, the military increase is a? t and HM1 Elyne D. McFalls was section at a maximum "
estimated at 6. 9 per cent a- 9 awarded his fourth Good Conduct -operational efficiency."
cross the board, with civilian Award. Robinson receive his award
pay hikes ranging from threeto Chief Bishop received his a- for performance of his duties
nine per cent. The civilian ward in connection with an administrative for service with Headquarters

raise is warranted under the : f chief's assignment and Service Company,Third Med
1967 Federal Pay Act. A law : __ with the Eleventh Dental Co- ical Battalion, Third Marine
was also passed by Congresslast pany, Marine Wing Headquarters Division in Vietnam between June
year which guarantees mili- Group One, First Marine 24,1967 and Jan. 13, 1968.
tary raises each time the civilian Aircraft Wing from Feb.26,1967to
His award read in
,"Petty
part
work force gets one. Feb. 19, 1968.
GS-1 Officer Robinson performed his
For civilians in grades
The certificate presented to duties in an exemplary manner.
J
GS 6 the
increase
would through be three- cent. At MEDALS Capt. A. L. Mclnturff, Dental officer, presented Bishop, along with the award, As an: Awards Clerk, he displayed -

GS 16, it would be per nearly nine medal to Chief Bishop and, HMI I Rominson (R), HMI I McFallsc read in pan "Exhibiting out- exceptional technical
( ) received fourth standing organizational ability,
per cent. The 1967 law provided Good Conduct award.ArtistAviator knowledge and administrative
he worked with seemingly tire-
ability by expeditiously proces-
for pay increases in October
less energy to accomplish the sing award recommendations
1967, July 1968 and July 1969to Opens myraid administrative tasks and which ensured prompt recogni-

close the comparability gap improve personnel procedures tion of heroic action and meri-
between federal salaries and pay Art Exhibit within the command. Utilizinghis torious service by his unit's
in private employment. at ClubA comprehensive knowledge he personnel -. In addition,
ably instructed and assisted less he repeatedly reported to the I
raises will from naval aviator whose
Military range mili- nual Hiroshima Memorial Art
experienced clerks and a result -
as
triage when casualities
area
$9 a month for a seaman with tary travels have provided him Show which consisted of 200 en- were
expedited the efficient -
processing delivered to his unit at night,
two years service to an additional !- many subjects for his paintings tries from all over Japan. of directives,
reports thereby that
ensuring injured
$160.80 for member of
opens a one-man art show ,at and
the Joint Chiefs of Staff. the Officers Club Sunday.It Commander Edwards servedin personnel accounting mat- personnel receive expeditious
is the eighth such show for Vietnam in 1965 where he ters."In medical treatment and greatly
The military chart addition to his regular enhancing the effectiveness of
pay appearson LCdr. Walter J. Edwards, who acquired material which he later
duties, Senior Chief Of- "
Page 3 and the civilian Petty his unit.
chart Is on Page 5. pay recently reported to Patrol painted in water color and sub- -- .._ ._.._.__._...___ _..__..._.._....... _u..
Squadron 16. mitted to the Chief of Naval In-
LCdr. Edwards has exhibitedhis formation. The eight paintingsare ',(
Navy Turns Over Land paintings In several art showson presently on tour of the
the West Coast. United States as part of a Combat .
To Marine Corps UnitAt These exhibits have included An Show. Since leaving Japan An yi1

the NAS Alameda{ 0' Club, the last year, Commander Ed- :
a April 17 ceremony com- Trident Gallery at the North wards has visited the Mediter-
memorating the 17th anniversaryof Island 0' Club, the Admiral Kidd aneanarea while serving with
the Navy Fuel Depot, 181 Club, the Jewish Community Art VP. 16 and has acquired mat-
acres of unused land was turned Gallery and the First Annual erial for future paintings. His
over to the Marine Corps for use Lenten Art Festival sponsoredby latest exhibit will consist of both
as a Reserve training area. San Diego's St. Mark's Meth- oil and water color paintings from

Capt. M. J. Stack made the odist Church. His entry,entitled, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, San
formal presentation of the deedto "Nation Under the Cross" was Francisco, San Diego, Spain and
Maj. B. R. Cummins, who voted most popular of the 60 Italy.
represented the 6th Marine Corps entries in the show and was later The techniques used on the
District, and Maj. J. H. Luten, featured on local television.The paintings will be realistic,
commanding officer Jackson artist-aviator reported to impressionistic and nonobjective. -
ville's Marine Corps Reserve Fleet -Air Wing Six stationedat Commander Edwards looks
Amphibian Tractor Company.Also MCAS Iwakuni, Japan in May upon art as a challenge and says Lj"r :
on hand for the occasion 1965 where he exhibited his sixth an has always been a manifes-
were Captains: R. M. Jones, CO and seventh one-man art shows. tation of man's spiritual and
Navy Fuel Supply Office, Washington : while assigned as Director of aesthetic ideas. As these ideas =iJ
and D. A. Hempson, and the Japanese-American Cultural differ or change, so do their
Cdr. J. B. Flock. Lt. DarrelF. Friendship Association he soughtto manifestations. The artists can
Zellmer, O-in-C of the Fuel improve the PeopletoPeopleprogram communicate his Idea on a pieceof FLYING ARTIST. LCdr. Edwards displays "Church in Rota

.2.Depot, hosted a luncheon after through his art work. canvas with color, design and Spain", one of many paintings to be on display at the
ceremony. He also participated in the an- composition. 0' Club.

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rC' SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
.J'h: Every month thousands of Americans put on the uniform of their and 11 a.m. I
respective services and devote & few hours of their time to attending DAILY MASS11:30a.m..
training and drill periods of their reserveunits. These are men of the j SATURDAY MASS - -9 a.m.
Ready Reserve, available for call to active duty in any emergency Religious Education, Classes
declared by the President or congress. __ (Grade School) -- -9:45 a.m.
The value of a strong reserve was readily apparent during the CONFESSIONS5.
crises, in Berlin, Cuba and, most recently, Vietnam. The show of -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.7:3: p.m.
force needed to help keep the lid on world trouble spots such as a 11 i MONDAY
these can be provided only by a strong regular force, backed bya ,. } Religious Education Classes
trained, ready reserve force. (High School) ------7 p.m.
Whether actually called to active duty or not, the mere existence TUESDAY
of a strong, trained, available reserve force is a significant ., Single Young Catholic Organi-
factor in world zation -.- -7:30
our military position.Of ,, pm.
course, everyone who entered the military service before his ,---, ,,' : ><:>: + I THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR
26th birthday has a statuatory obligation to serve a total of six 7 p.m. t
years in the armed forces. This obligation may be met by six years TRANSFERMrs.. Karen Gaines, widow of the late Marine U.S. Naval Hospital
of active service or by serving varying periods of active service PFC Byron A. Gaines, unveils sign indicating the new cus-
.combined with service in either the Ready Reserve, the Standby ., i
todians of land transferred from the Navy to the Marine Corps. SUNDAY MASS - 8ami.'
both.
Reserve
or (See story I .
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Members of the Standby Reserve, although they can be called page )
to active duty only in the event of war or national emergency SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m.
declared by Congress, do not serve on active duty or active duty
for training under normal conditions.In Red Cross ServicesFIFTH PROTESTANTAll
the past, our reserve forces have played an important role
in our military preparedness. Today and in the future they play IN A SERIES Saints Chapel
an even more vital role in the preventing full scale war.
By Virginia Gunter SUNDAY
Divine Worship:; Service-lOa.m.
One of the most valuable Red knowledge and consent: of the Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. "
Cross services available to the ,serviceman, Include: ((1)) Home Bldg. r f 722 )
f SERAHowever serviceman and his family or in condition reports; ((2)) Verifica- Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
"; their behalf is that of commu- tions of specific facts that were #722Jmlor
nications and reporting. Duringthe omitted from a serviceman's application Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
preceding year the AmericanRed for deferment from Bldg. 722
Cross at NAS Jax and Cecil overseas service compassionate Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30:
Field handled 3,025wirecommu- reassignment, or hardship discharge p.m.
nications. ; and (3)) social histories. TUESDAYJunior
Social histories may be obtained Choir Rehearsal p.m.
Communications service avail- Bldg. 722 ".
under certain circum-
the reserve is only as strong as the trained men who able to the serviceman and his WEDNESDAY
serve in it. Your country needs your experience in the reserve -- dependents includes: ((1)) Verifi- stances; ((1)) as an aid to the rehabilitation Senior Choir Rehearsal 7:30
not only for the remainder of your military obligation, but for longerif cation of family emergencies for of general prisoners, -
((2)) in the case of military pris- p.m.
if needed.Of .
you are willing to serve again leave purposes and leave exten- THURSDAYYoung
course, you aren't expected to remain available for active sions, such as serious illness oners whose sentence as adjudgedby Adult Club 7
duty with no consideration. Ready Reservists receive pay for family problems critical illness court-martial included bad Bldg. I#; 722 p.m.
training and drill periods and for active duty for training. Pro- and deaths. ((2)) Health and wel- conduct or dishonorable discharge Christian Science Service
motions are made in the reserve just as in the regular establishment fare reporting due to a serious ; and ((3)) for use by hos- 8 p.m. Bldg. # 751
and technical training available cannot only help in your reserve breakdown. ((3) Birth announcements pital commanders when considered : .. . III
but be of definite value in civilian essential to understandinga
assignment, may your transmittal of funds in
patient's condition and in
plan- r.
occupation. circumstances where commer-
While you're in the reserve and advance In rank or move to cial facilities are not adequateto ning treatment.All .
warrant or commissioned status, you have- of ubstanital meet emergency needs. reports obtained by the Red TrafficViolations
and dependable income. Then when you reach the age of 60, and Cross are confidential and cannot -
,have met the necessary requirements, you become eligible for Services available to com- be used as evidence in military -
retirement benefits, including pay. manders on behalf of the serviceman punishment or courtsmartial. -
This can prove to be a worthwhile extra ''measure of securityand and available only with the .
financial independence for yourself and your family.
Our reserve forces are an important part of our nation's militaryteam. VAP-62 Advances Record Number
There is a place for you on that team for as long as you want The following is a report of
to serve. (AFPSIDon't motor vehicle accidents and traf-
VAP 62 advanced a record number of men to chief petty officer fic violations for the period April
last week. Of the 15' candidates who passed the CPO exams nine 9 through 15.
Be A Summer StatisticAccording were promoted at an award ceremony in Hangar 114. Number of Accidents

Cdr. Frank S. Coleman, VAP 62 CO, expressed pride in the This Week . . .12
to U.S. government studies one family in seven performance of the men in his command and has issued a challengeto Total Accidents this year through

owns a boat and eight million Americans water-ski. Add to these other fleet' units to top the accomplishment. April 15 . . 92
the millions who swim and skindive and the more than 20 million Promoted to E 7 were: ABHC E. Hodge HMC R. Nunn, AEC O. Number of accidents through
fishermen and you have a good size crowd using the resources Thompson, ADJC T. Lee ATC J. D. Jackson, PHCJ. Jenkins, April 15, 1967 . 106
available for water sports. AEC J. Wagner, AEC R. L. Lewandowski and ATC J. Crampton.The Total number of days since
Unfortunately a great many of these fun-seekers will become overall squadron advancement was 57 per cent for those:: last injury in a motor vehicle
statistics by the end of the summer. They will fall victim to competing In all rates and represents 22 per cent of the assigned accident . . 9
accidents many of them fatal simply because they failed to use enlisted personnel at the squadron. Number of ViolationsThis

good sense and follow the accepted rules of conduct and safetyfor ....... ..i.4J ,,...., ., ,nto., Week . . 51
boating swimming water-skiing skin-diving or fishing. 7 7n Speeding . . .5
Even more unfortunate is the fact that the majority these acci- Reckless Driving . 3
dents and fatalities can be avoided. There are countless organizations Going through Stop Sign 7
clubs and societies that are ready. willing and able to pro- Other Violations . 36
vide advice instruction and supervision to those who wish to learn 4 ; Twenty-one drivers appeared
the "right way" for their particular water sport. before the Traffic Hearing Board
Couple common sense'and good judgment with knowledge and com- at the meeting held on April 18.
petent instruction, and you can be reasonably sure of surviving Disposition of the cases includedthe
the summer and still have a good time in the process. following: Five lost drivingand
If you 'are a boating enthusiast check with your local U.S. parking privileges aboard
Power Squadron Coast Guard Auxiliary or boating club to learn, New YAP- 62 Chiefs with Skipper. station for various periods;seven
about boating safety -'thenbesuretofollow the advice of the expense were assigned to complete an
Swimming skin-diving and water skiing clubs are found in every eight-hour course in remedial
area where those particular sports are popular. driving. at NATTC, four received -
Don't be one of those persons who thinks"It can't happen to me," suspensions; four were
Take the necessary steps right row to insure that it doesn't happento Or AX ;AI Ft :Ne-ws: dismissed; 12 were fined (H. S.
you and that you'll be around to enjoy next year.' (AFPS) COMMISSIONER); and two refer-
red to commanding officers for

Navy Authorizes Travel ExpensesA The MX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper possible disciplinary action.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty-one drivers were assessed -
Navy message has authorized the location; of the man' immediate Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company 33 points.::
a round: trip transportation family and provided the a private firm, All Copy submitted for use in thc J AX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
at the government's expense, to family I Is located within the 50 2 NAS Jacksonville 12:00 Affairs Office. Uox .
sailors on sick leave from hos- states District of Columbia licatton.
pitals in the U. S. Puerto Rico or U. S. Virgin phone 772 3118 or 3119.
To be eligible sailors must Islands. \ceeYooKPage OOI-LARs
Transportation; the Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries
have been hospitalized because at goerrunent's \ -
concerning such should be directed to:
of illness or injury suffered in expense will be 0B
the line of duty while under hostile limited to one round trip for each The Holt Publishing! Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
: fire. entitling Illness or injury. Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
Commanding Officers at Naval Detailed information on the
Hospitals may authorize the convalescent leave can be foundIn I Ir
round trip transportation to SecNa\Note 7720, or by contacting VOL. 26 NO. 5 APRIL 25. 1968

points designated by the sailors, the travel' section of per-
provided the place selected is sonnel of office .



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? 0-9 1,728.00 1,860.60 1,860.60 1,993.80
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0-8;:, 1,66'1.40 1,728.00 1,797.60 1,797.,60
I 0-7 $1,329.30 $1,462.20 1,563.00 1,563.00 1,563.00 1,563.00
O6'i, *, $930.30 $930.30 962.10 1,113.90 1,170.90 '1,196.40 1,265.70 1,373.10
I 05 ,. .. $76.$791.70- $797.70 $797.70 $797.70 $79 .70 822.60 806.40 924.30 993.60 1,050.60 1,082.10 1,120.20
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0;3" ', ,.4 8.30 556.80 594.60 658.50 689.70 714.90 753.30 790.80 810.00
.,0-2"\-' \ '' '399.30 474.30 569.70 588.60 600.90
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W-3 461.10 500.40 500.40 506.40 512.70 550.20 582.00 600.90 620.10 638.70 658.50 683.70 708.60 734.10
W-2 403.80 436.80 436.80 449.40 474.30 500.40 519.30 537.90 556.80 576.00 594.60 613.50 638.70
W-l 386.10 386.10 417.90 436.80 45570 474.30 474.30

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I Vit eral pay plans. will ment sought by the veteran he will
Vets veterans
Vietnam era
Transition ProgramAids be eligible for transitional ap- have to take and pass the test.


the their employment through since August 1964; he must have pointments for one year after for-
Regulations governing new speed from the armed
transitional appointment of returning increased counseling service at completed less than one year of separation after release
Veterans Assistance Centers and college and must agree to takean ces one year Buy
veterans in federal Jobs from hospitalization or treat-
have been issued by the Civil Interagency Boards of Civil Ser- approved course of educationor full ment Immediately following discharge -
training while working
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Under the program to assist of applications and use of Tran- time* or part time.Transitional.appoInt- year from February 9, the day Bonds

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fl! ,let 4,011 4.1U 4,27' 1,401 4.S38 4,161 S 4,798 S 4.U" JOS7
2 4.131 4.372 4.S13 4.6U 4,796 4.97 S.071 5.211 ,360 3,301
five VW 4 per- 1 4.600 4,7n 4.to7 S,06O 5.214 S.367 S.S21 5.674 SI2I 3,911
sonnel were advanced in rate 4 5'U 5.316 S.417 5.658 5.12' .000 6.171 ',342 6.511 6,614
E S .7)2 .U4 6,113 6.307 6.4" 6.690 6.1" 7.071 7,2U 7,4S6
April 16 as a result of the Navy- A
wide February examination.To 6 621 6.32 6.743 6,133 7.166 7,377 7,581 7.799 1.010 1.22'
7 ','111 7.214 7.447 7.680 7fl3 1,14' .37' 1,612 IIU ',071I
CPO 7,6U 756 1.213 1,470 1.727 11" .24' .4'1 ,75S 10,0'2
1.4102 1,744 ,026 ,301 .590 .172 10,134 10,436 10.711 11,000
Advanced were ATC B.J.CarrATC 10 ,2'17 9,607 9,91] 10.227 10,537 10,147 11,'" 11,467 1I,7n 12,087
R. N. Hickman, ATC A.
W. II 0:103: 103 10,113 11,221 11,'" 11,901 12,241 12.583 12.U3 13.261
Hurst ATC L. E. Nicholson, 12 12,174 USIt1286 13,392 13,7'1 14,204 14,610 ",016 1522 15.121
and AEC J. W. Powers. 13 l4,1oO' 1".889 ",369 ",14' 6,32' 16.109 17.21t 17,76' 1,249 11.72'
14 16,'''' 17.SlI 1.0" 1.641 19.206 19.771 20,1" 2Oto' 21.46' U,031
E-6 c 15 19,760 20.439 21,091 21,7S7 22,416 21,075 21,734 4,3U U,0'2 15.1III

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Adrain, CS1 D. I. Moseley, V II,239.17 26,264. 27,13' 28,0" alI8' 2',764.
and SKI W. Walderama.To .

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Advanced were ADR2 E. T.
Chesick, ATR2 W. H. Harmon
ABH2 G. P. l Houle, AE2 B. R. N ?yWW
Jackson, ATR2 McGirr, ATR2P.
R. Olson, ATR2 D. L. Richards ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARDS..C pt. C. T. Faulders, Naval Air
and ATR2 D. L. Smith. Rework Facility commanding officer, presented superior accomplishment -
awards to (I to r) James D. Koon, William Green
E-4. and Jimmie Mack during ceremonies April 18. All three men
Advanced were ATR3 B. V. work in NARF's Production Control Division.
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April 25, 1968
..i"- vL .".y., AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

NARTU


s Capt. Otto To Take Command

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Capt. Berton R. Otto will assume years of lowered accident rates
command of NARTU during and accident free operations.On .
of command ceremony temporary duty Washington
a change
he co authored the first Navy
here Tuesday.
Capt. Carl D Simonsen, cur- Aircraft Accident Investigator'shandbook
will and worked in supportof
rent commanding officer, retire
the so called B 36 Hear-
May 1.
Born in Portland, Ore., March ings then before the Congress.His .
9, 1920, Captain Otto attended y initial Naval Air Reserve
elementary and secondary Training Command tours were at
N schools near his native city. (Continued on Page 7))
An all around athlete in high

__ school, varsity football supported ( VP Squadron
his pre medical studiesat
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: Oregon State College.He .
Advances
__ joined the Royal Cana- 39
Jt dian Air Force in 1941 and when .t.. .."'..
the U. S. entered WW II, he had ;=..;.-.. .. Thirty nine sailors of Patrol
already been introduced to sub- -. Squadron 30 joined the hundredsof
THE CREW The Officer's Wives Club fashion show given marine warfare off Halifax, No- Tax sailors and WAVES promo-
Capt. Otto ted April 16 as a result pf the
I. April 17, was put on by (L to R) Betsy Coppedge Joan Reed va Scotia. February Navy ide advancementexams.
\ Phillis Morgan Jane Faulders, Diane Mathews, Ann Teller, He transferred to the U. S. Jax in January 1943. Three .
Navy in 1942; receiving his months later he joined Bomb-
Elaine and Charles has
Kopso Meyer. MAS The squadron now seven
wings and commission at Ing Squadron 140, the second
CPO's, nlneE6s,12E5'sand

I I Wives Club Notes I Ventura fic.During unit the deployed succeeding to the six Paci-four AOC l new E HE--G.7 were H.4's.:Scott AXC Those J.ATC D.advancedto Duval E. D.l.

he served
years on operational -
I staffs In the Pacific Spears, AXC O. G. Thompson,
Navy Wives O'WivesThe AXC G. Vonronne, AZC W. R.
and controlling wartime
planning Ware and ATC W. Woodall.To .
L, Navy Wives Club Jax #86, Officer's Wives Club sponsored multi engine operations and
held their social educational a spring fashion show at the pre combat training. With the E-6
3 meeting April 17. Mrs. Mary Officer's Club April 17. establishment of the InternationalCivil PN1 J. Cristwell, ATI C.
K Dunlap executive director of Du- This year's theme, "The Airways Organization under Franze, ADJ1 R. L. Green,
val Mad Mod Look" accentedby the United Nations In 1947,
County Campfire Girls was was ADJ1 P. J. Kurek, ATl C. E.
the he was the U. S. dele-
speaker. psychedelic lights and color- youngest
ATl
Meadows A01 C. Mitchell,
Mrs. Thomas Hamby chairman ful lighted daises.Sponswear gate to the bodies which developed K. L. Reese, ATI H.V.. Stan-
and Mrs. Henry Barnes, from the Navy Exchange air traffic regulations for the ley and AE1 J. L. Timmons.To .
co-chairman of the club's annual fashioned by such famous Pacific and Orient.

project of selling auto tags, brands at Jantzen,Bobbie Brooks Few AccidentsIn E-5
were appointed by the president, Lady Bug, Villager, White Stag, ATN2 J. P. Angle, AE2 R.
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett. The and Catalina was modeled by 1948 he became aviation Churchill, PN2 0. P. FoutAMS2G.
V tags will be sold from May 1 to Diane Mathews,Ann Teller,Phil- safety officer at Pensacola and Giesselmann, ABH2 B. Hol-
R"V June 20 in Bldg. 3 from 9 a.m. lis Morgan, and Jane Faulders. his program set the pace for two weski, ADJ2 R. Lamb AE2 M.
THE GROOVY LOOK -- Diane to 2:30 p.m. daily.The 500 trans- Larson AX2 D. McIntosh, AE2
I Mathews models a new spring action fee will go to help supportthe L. H. Obannon, AX2 Romani-
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HARTU's New CoMnandina Officer

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NAS Miami, and Olathe, Kan., Weapons system Analysis Staffof MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll J5 'tguan
where his squadrons garnered the DCNO for Air in Sept-
Noel Davis Trophies.Returning ember 1966. Performing operations Ranks All AgesLOW (
to sea in 1955 he research in the Pen-
commanded AEWRON 13 Super tagon and the Center for Naval RATES
Constellations on the seaward Analysis, he was assigned \ as
extension of the North Atlantic major aviation studies, ranging Sy MONTHLYCONTINENTAL .:
Distant Early Warning (DEW) from tactical reconnaissance re San Juan iblick
Line. quirenients
in Vietnam, to the .
At NAS Los Alamitos, Calif composition of optimum attack Phone 384 4406
in 1957, the captain was charged carrier wings for the late 1970's
1 2 3
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program for ASW aircrew training Commendation Medal, NavalRe- INSURANCE it-jtli Country Club
and the performance of fleet serve Medal, American Defense AtmosphereKitchens
patrols and support projects.Two Medal with Fleet Clasp American UNDERWRITERS INC. equipped with G-E
years later he planned and directed Campaign Medal Asiatic Rarities (i Kcfriaerators
operations In the first major Pacific Campaign Medal and (r ,III a I\' \1 e I)0 II,lilli's 111\II r(I"(t' Individual Air Conditioning..
fleet ASW and lleatinti, by (i C
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4621 SAN JUAN PHONE 384 2386 :j jN Quick & Easy Benin : 389-6617 John C. Thompson USN. Ret.AplI .,

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: : f : n I I
; ; : NATTC : Behind The SceneBy

Yi1flhI LLT4Lik;
; ; Tom Raker w

AECS Billy I Gibbons trans-
r ferred to the :Fleet Reserve on
April 19. after 19 1/2 yearsof
active naval service. His
duties at NATTC were as an i,
y 1 a4tw
F< oy 1it Instructor and a phase super-
visor In AE/B School.
t Capt. R. P. Kline gave Gib-
bons a letter of appreciationwhich
t read in part: "Your excellent -
leadership abilities,
ii;
devotion to duty and the high level
of professional competence displayed : k
by you have at all times
1 II All I conformed to the highest stand-
ards of the United States Navy."

-- .. ..-. .. Gibbons, who was attached to _
NATTC from May 1965 until his
,Magnolia Ball -- Three officers and their ladies dance to the retirement, plans to make his

music of the COMFAIRJAX Band during the Magnolia Ball home in. the. .Jacksonville. area.
held at the Officer's Club Saturday. This year's theme was
"The Old South." Mrs. Alice P. Stamps, the
.. ,
commanding officer's secretary, .

VP-16ToGet New COCdr. received a promotion on April APRIL 21 to 27: NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK .- The Libraryat
7. She was promoted to the position -
of secretary/stenographer! NATTC was recently able to expand its children's section.
T. H. Ross, will relieve he served as executive officerof GS-6. The women, led by Tibbie Kline and Dottie Kunkle, made and
Cdr. D. C. Carruth, as com- VP 16. sold note calendars and used the profits to buy books for the
manding officer of Patrol Squadron Cdr. R. H. Schultze, reporting Mrs. Stamps has worked at "Kiddie Korner. Taking advantage of the new books are

Sixteen Monday Ceremonieswill from a two year tour as NATTC.since. .Nov.. 3., 1952.. James Curran, Kathy Wilson, and Patricia Harrison, (standingI
be held at 10 a.m. in hanger
124 west. I to r); Paul Curran, Celeste Curran, and Debbie Harrison

During his year as CO, Com Softball conversation is the between latest NATTC topicof (seated I to r);
-----
mander Carruth has led the Eag-
enthusiasts. The -
les of VP -16 from a Southeast sports two 1
month season began on April
Asian deployment in support of
the Seventh Fleet's Vietnam operations 16. ... .
to the MediterraneanSea e; that
Special Services reports
where the firstP
they were of
there is one league consisting
3 squadron to provide
per-
YL
12 teams this year. Three games
manent assistance to NATO elements .ri
I4-2
tt will be played simultaneouslyeach -
sr'
and the U. S. Sixth Fleet.
-
Tues., Wed., and Thurs.
Commander Carruth will be i
night during the season.
reporting to the USS Essex for
duty as executive officer.
Commander Ross will assume .
command of VP 16 with a CanYouTAKE .,:, A,,
varied background in patrol aviation Cdr. Carruth .,
and anti submarine war- instructor at the Naval Academywill YOUR CAR \ \:.:t 1 / ..

fare.After be the new' executive of- WITH YOU? ': ';,t i* .
graduating from the U.S. ficer. For Financing and Insurance > 'f ./ .
". Naval Academy In 1950. Com RAdm W.M.McCormIck,com- Stateside and Overseas. Call ,, ,..",..-,",
: mander Ross served in the Atlantic mander, Fleet Air Wing, Atlantic "'\-"'''':'. 'L 1.
Fleet ASW patrol squad- will be the principal speaker DYER M. BURR c4t"t ';

rons and during the past year for the ceremony. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 161 r.F ,

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rl Then we tuned up. tightened, end replaced everything that ',
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Building 39 Ext. 3870 OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM I L' 2 Icdrooms
(,idrJcu T\p .-Xpii*:m"*ns
Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. r u'.11 i\tiiutInfo:
Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN a.m os:,lit;,*
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. ti.c.hens ii.ppi'J] u-.tli (.1 C
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NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE! :i'.Jiuii :\.' oiiiJ.i' .>n.nt'(t
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... \Wall co.J.' ., C"rpo.tI.1! IIIJ
< 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Flo. 781 5511 Large NU'iiriDMKi! lVii>
Monday Friday 10:00 2:00
: am
Military. ,, Pay. Days 9.OO a.m. 3f p.m.p.m. f.l:. Open 8 to 8 Doily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM Phone 3844406Pace
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MoviesTHURSDAY Club Schedules



April 25 HAS JAX l'lalLt'lf.
from 6 to 9 p.rm NARTU changeof
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Hear command reception will be
NAS: "VON RYAN'S EX the music of ,the Mark Castle held Tuesday. Tuesday night is
PRESS" starring Frank Sina- Combo tomorrow, setting the also foreign dish night.BLUEJACKETS .
INN The Nu- Ads should be mailed U the Holt Publishinq Company
tra and Trevor Howard. Rating- stage for the Hawaiian Lana with :
1950 Standing Blvd. J Jacksonville, Florida. 32210 to arrive
Excellent ((125 min.) dinner at 8 p.m. Saturday evening Sounds will provide the music not later than Tuesday for publication the 'following.. Thurs
HOSPITAL: "CHUBASCO" the Five Clubs will be ap- tonight. Phil Cay will be on hand day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
starring Richard Egan, Christopher pearing.: Sunday night following tomorrow evening and Saturday.The the following..' week unless the publisher is instructed' other
Jones. Rating Good. game: night! ,John Lunsford a nd the Rush Hour will take the spotlight wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
((108 Min.) 8 Balls will provide the enter- Saturday afternoon. Sunday be received WITH the copy for the ad.
C. FIELD: "NIGHTMARE tainment. afternoon the Sixteen will be
CASTLE" starring Paul Mil- "0" CLUB: Enjoy the beef- creating the sounds. DO' NOT SEND CASH
ler and Barbara Steele. ((94 Min) eater's buffet today from 6 to 9 RATE: Minimum chary ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00
p.m. The Champagne Special is CPO CLUB: All pizzas are Per additional line ((4 words per lino). . 0.50
FRIDAY, April 26 featured both tomorrow and Sat- featured for 750 today. Danceto
NAS: "BLINDFOLD" starring urday night. Sam Ross will be on the music of the i Moonlighters
Rock Hudson and Jack War- hand tomorrow for the music tomorrow evening. Try the sea-
den. Rating Excellent ((108 and the Stars and Bars will be food special for $1.25. The Mark "WANTED" FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
min.) under the spotlight Saturday. A Castle Combo will be under the Someone to take up payments on Houses & Apts. Equity VA &
HOSPITAL: "VON RYAN'S buffet dinner is served Sunday spotlight Saturday night. the following: FHA resales' $50 & $100 dwn.
EXPRESS" starring Frank Sin- BRAND NEW COLOR T.V.Sellingfor Call Powell or Mills. USN
antra and Trevor Howard. Rating a Little Above Cost. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
Excellent, ((125 min) STEREO combination with radio Realty.
i All Servicemen
WELCOME to the
"CHUBASCO" are 1 month old console model Bal-
C. FIELD:
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
starring Richard Egan, and Lutheran Service Center ance PORTABLE$67. or TYPEWRITER$8 per month. Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clear
Christopher Jones. Rating- modern trailers & 389
$8 Apts. -
Balance $47.
lightweight. or
Good ((108 min.) '
:J r uiomcway from Biome per month. 30.07. '
SATURDAY. April 27 SINGER SEWING MACHINE Sews 'DELRAY MANOR 110th & .
:::::;::::::S5Srl9::;:::;:;:;;:;:;:;:; W. FORSYTH STREET::;;:;::::::;:::::::::::::;:;:::::::::: good $25. Terms. Guaranteed Karen St. New all brick homes

NAS: "UNTIL THEY SAIL" Ping Pong POOL TABLES ShuffleboardT. Complete with all attachments. AC Low 20's. Building<< Lots
starring Paul Newman and Jean A-l WAREHOUSE Available; Floyd White Bldr.
Simmons. Rating Excellent ::*:; Monday thru Thursday 1606 Main St. Ph. 353-1946 771 5643.
((102 Min) Radio ::::; 6tOO: "KM. to "11:00 P.M. Will deliver no obligation.
HOSPITAL: "BLIND FOLD"starring Record Player :;:$::; Friday DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
Rock Hudson and Jack Counselling g::::: 6:00: P.M. to '12 Midnight "REAL ESTATE: We will help, JOCKEY?? For information call:
Warren. Rating Excellent. Pastor available' when you ::: Saturday. you Buy, Sell or Invest. 356 8351. Day or Night.
((106 Min.) Bowen Real Estate Realtor
C. FIELD: "VON RYAN'S want and need one JJjjj::: 1 12 Noon to 1 12 Midnight USN Retired 384 1376J' FOR SALE: LOVELY 3 BR -
EXPRESS" starring Frank Sin- Recreation :g:::: Sunday Fla. Room Patio Carport Corner -
antra and Trevor Howard.Rating Fellowship_ :&:: 200 P.M. to "lltOO P.M. TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT Lot Fenced Open for Inspection .
Excellent. (125 Min.) Close to Bases Lights Water $450. Dwn. FHA See
and Sewage available. Call 389- 7204 Greenway Drive.
5700. 10' x 12' ft. Wide.
THE BESiTPLAGEMTOWW/ TO a BUY TIRES DRAPERIES & CORNICE
FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.or BOARDS Custom made Fabrics,
Unfurn. Orange Park. Temp. accessories & installation avail-
: or Permanent Qtrs. Will rent able. Phone 781 0988

C Rli SWELfE li ( to bachelors. 264 6884. MUSIC LESSONS

BECK'S TELEVISION COLOR Adults or children, Guitar Piano
Specialists Reasonable. Organ. Call 388 3228.
HOME OF THE FAMOUS mHOML TKERPAWS 771.5680,772-0960
Gl1h!miD HI c
_ --BIG DISCOUNTSNow --
FOR SALE REGULATION PIN on GJO demonstrators -
Ball Machine $25. Double table Cyclones Cougars Montegos.See .
top metal Kit. Cabinet Like or call Walt St. Denis North
new $20. Sm Dinette Set 4 chairs Florida Motors 398-1631.
f like new $25. Phone 7716211aft.

UNIROYALa 5:30.WILMAR. RETIREMENT LOTS SMALL
"
Down Payment close to -fishing,
APARTMENTS Near 150'x212' Greenland Realty Co.,
NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 Brokers Phone 359-2653.
1 J a ,; blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and
Unfurn.Apts. All w paint 2BR. ENJOY YOUR VACATION We
LR, Kit Furn Nook, Park 2 board dogs at Collins Road Ken-
cars, water & sewage & garbageincl. nel. It's a good home away from
only $85 mo for unfurn. home for your dog. 5214 Collins
Call 387-2541 nites and week- 4d.FJD
ends Call 389-0744. Rd. F. J.Bevis 264-9602.

4 PLY NYLON HOUSE FOR SALE NO qualifying GARAGE SALE ANTIQUES,
no CC $250 Dwn. 3BR Clothes, Appliances 4165 Roma
1 1/2 B, fenced back yard. Kit Blvd. Sat 10 4, Sunday 1-5
TIRE CORD fully equipt. 771-4428.
SWIMMING POOL-
PORTABLE
FOR RENT AVONDALE A/C W/Cover 14'x8 20" high. Good
Super Safety 800by Gar. Apt., 1 BR, Very nice Cond. Best offer. 388-4855 after
$75.00 3864 Walsh St. 389-2027. 5 o'clock.

Uniroyal' FOR RENT RIVERSIDE 2BR.Un- 1963 COMET 4 DR R&H

furn, Apt., Near Stores/bus$75. A/T., Air Cond., Phone Eves..
LIMITED OFFER mo., Inquire 1553 Azalea Terr. 3895234. _
ANY $ 384-3198
9 9 GOOD INVESTM ENT I CAR WASHin
FOR SALE HONDA 1965-CB160 Growing Orange Park 264-6373
c OFF 166cc 17hp. good condition custom 264.2425
SIZE S gold metal flake paint just
Mw.c1.E..T.. rebuilt eng. racing cam extra HOUSE FOR SALE- 3BR 2B,
d dq..dl.e s2.os ro$tss.w engine parts tires tubes Den W/W Carpet Kit Equipt.in .
Plus snw* 771-2116 after 5pm reas. price Enchanted Park off 103rd St.
Nn.H wear, The Original Call
LISTED $225 Dn. No qualif.
771-4718 or 781-3540.
I"i Vl HOME OF THE WORLD'S
greatest hobby. If you enjoy doing HOUSE FOR SALE ALLBRICK
7.35-14 7.35-15 ceramics or want to learn come 3BR. 2 B, Den Sep. Din. Area
7J5-14 out and see us. Classes Tues. All Elect. Patio 12x27.8x16 Block
8.25-14 8.4515WHITEWALLS$ :; Red Circle Wed. & Friday nights. Don't for- Shed contact AOC Weinstein at
Whitewall get the Show May 4 & 5. Everyone Cecil Ext. 359, or see at 5626
8.5514 can enter. Contact Priscilla's Enchanted Dr. Half way between
add 99C BlackwalU
Ceramics at 771-7036 for more Cecil and Jax. Off 103rd St.
information. Phone 771-1051

Ipror" "AMERICA BY CAR"-
Tells you what to see, where to

..:#.,,5 Y 1.l go. Important sights, 170,000
',. 9 '. words. Best places to stay.
;" '
*HP20T $2.50 Tobi-Rock 3545 Buy

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65 14 Ft. FIBERGLASS BOAT Bonds
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After M
264-9380
little. $800 -
388938,
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I Weatherman I Retail Store Instruction I IThe


Sez. following instructions have sizes desired. The patron will
.. been issued by the Commanding be required to sign an agree-

"The: highlight of my career Officer in regard to operationon ment to purchase the itemss)
when advised that the itemss( )
the Retail Clothing Store
was my tour with VW -1, out of
The will be operated in have been received.
Agana, Guam. We flew SurerConnie's store
Complaints concerning the operations -
strict conformance 'with Chapter -
hunting typhoons, averaging -
of the retail clothing
40 '"season. 2 NAVSUP Manual Vol. 4
a
store will be made only to the
US Art.
and
Navy Regulations
Flying into the eye of a Paci-
fic typhoon does not sound like 0723. Lists of items of clothing Clothing Officer or the Supply

the best kind of duty, but thisweek's designated as DISTINCTIVE I- Officer.
Sales will be in
of Uniform willbe procedures
weatherman was pre tems Navy post
NAVSUP Man-
accordance with
pared. Senior Chief R. A. ed at the store.
ual 4 Normally all sales will
Johnson came into the Navy In The store (topside Bldg 26))
i S 1947 with the idea of becomea will be open Monday, Tuesday, be final. Patrons are res-
Q ponsible for inspecting items
navy aerographer. Since then, Thursday and Friday (except
a ask purchased to insure that they are
from 0900 1100 and
-
(__ he has tracked storms from Guam holidays)
free of defects. Defective cloth-
r- measured ice in Keflavik, and 1200 1500.> On Wednesday the
ing returned within a reasonabletime
a be from 0900 -
will
charted the temperature and cur- store open
will be exchanged on an
.
\\JtL rents of ocean. 1100 only.
item for item basis. Cash
As flight meteorologist InVW- All items and/or sizes are not
carried in stock. On will not be refunded. Clothingworn
1, Chief Johnson located storms regularly
Steven Zywck, Jr., son of the Gladiators admin officer determined intensity of force, request, the Clothing Officer will once will not be exchanged -

I' tries out the cockpit of a Corsair during Open House measured speed and computed order non stocked items or under any circumstances.MOTORS.

direction of'movement. At times

YA106 Hosts Open HouseThe the Connie would penetrate the Career TalkWith
eye of the storm at about 500 fr
feet off the deckbut "those things
Gladiators of Attack Plane Captain of the Month and
were really too powerful to play Chief. Ilickkin
Squadron 106 held Open House ADJ2 E. L. Kaletch was designated around in."

last Friday immediately after Gladiator of the Month at the In addition to chasing typhoons Now that the results of the February -

inspection. The guests witnessedthe ceremony. Chief Johnson flew 75 radar exams are in, it is timeto
presentation of the Navy Commendation Following the inspection,there surveillancemissions off the coast start thinking about next Aug-
) Medal to LCdr D F. were static display of aircraft, of Vietnam. Chief Johnson earned ust, the second chance for some

Callahan, who was cited for his weapons, and flight gear. Squadron three air medals for the Guam and first for the majority.For .
extraordinary performance in skipper Cdr. R. E. Clarke typhoon tour from Dec 1967-1970 personnel who seem to

I destroying bridge in North Vietnam demonstrated the Gladiators The weatherman's Cecil Tour, think they cannot study, those

LCdr. Callahanwas attached Command Presentation prepared which ends in November, 1969, who need an incentive, considerthe
to VA 153 aboard the Coral for Admin Inspection and the will be his last. He and his proposed pay raise effective

i Sea on the WestPac tour. Flight Surgeon explained the family are thinking of staying in July 1968. For example if you

ACt S. H. Larsen was named medical facilities available a- Florida, possibly Clearwater"after are presently an E 3, you make eN.NeeNeN

board the station transfer to the Fleet Re- $137.70 a month. After the August -
59 VW-Nice. . $390
serve. exams you could make

Jacksonville is one his favo- $190.20 a month. AJ1 it would 62 RAMBLER. $190
rite stations, although he counts take is a few hours of concen- Wagon.
Need money VW-l as the career highlight. trated study. You have chosen

"Cecil Field is one of the busi- your field, and have thereby demonstrated 61 CHEVROLET.. $150

est stations I've seen, but I your interest in it, so 2 door.
for a leave like it.IIOlief you won't be bored. It is not

Johnson Is a veteranof like asking a history major to 60 FORD. . $135
the Salisbury Sound, the Oris- study math. Stick.
See HFC.If kany and the Rehobeth, an Aside from pay increases and

'", oceanographic research ship. He rate advances, there are a dozen 60 FALCON. $240
has also served at NAS GlenviewNAS ways to advance in education.The One-owner.

Seattle, and Fleet Weather SCORE and .Star Programs
Facility Keflavik.The NESEP, and LDO, 'correspondence 60 PLYMOUTH. $190
: courses, associate de- Air conditioned.
Richard Center, Wis., native "
grees. All of these lead ultimately -
A is married to the former
to more money, higher We Cater To
of
Doris, Klock also Wisconsin. ?
rate and for some; a commis-
They have one daughter, ServicemenWe
15. The family,likes the nomad sion.The
life. The ladies score the Guam schools and program are ...........
worth money to the first termer
tour as the best. and the career man too. If you Buy-Sell-Finance
Chief Johnson plans to becomea
are determined to get out, take
private flying instructor, or advantage of the time you have to
stay in the weather field after 6566 Normandy
better
i increase your: knowledge,
As for the
his retirement.
your service record, and be in a Boulevard
Jacksonville picture, it will
good bargaining position for a civilian -
continue to be hot and dry. "Thereis
a serious fire hazard and it employer. 781-4978: II
/: Whatever you are in the Navy is
will get worse. There is no
/: up to you. The Navy will do it's
.. -' rain in sight. share. Isn't worth a fewhours;
+d
you've got leave coming. and you're short of money of your time? i

see the company that helps thousands of service .. ..' .

people every year. Get a Traveloan from Household :: e-.ri- aL: APR. 28 MAY 5 .. r' "

Finance.At :::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::::: :::::::::::::::::::::m:::::::::::;:;:;:;: ; :;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: ;:;: :;:;:;:;:;:;:;: : Sff JJtJrJtA
HFC, we'll tell you in advance what your Traveloanwill

cost. and we'll spell it out in dollars and cents. No SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY 10:00:
APARTMENTS
hidden charges. No extras. No surprises. See us now! PREACHING 11:00 I & 6:00


Before you sign on the dotted line, 'HEAR Evangelist Bobby Thompson CONVENIENTLY/
know what your loan will cost. LOCATED

NITELY 7:45 from Miami, Florida NEAR BOTH BASES


Too Cash o.t MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS :;:::::: :::mm:: ::::::::::::*: LAKESHORE CHURCH OF CHRIST*::*: Only Min/ to Cecil & WAS
'" 24 J8 J2 IS
C :. c' poymts paymts paymfs .,""I 2121 Blanding Boulevard 0
71/ UNITS/
i S100 5.93 7.29 $10.07 $18.48
':. 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 1,2&3BEDROOM "

e 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 APARTMENTS
r 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
\': ; 600 34.39 42,66 59,35 109.80 .

: Charges art computed a3% on thai part of SHOCKS ALL APTS HAVE:
Stkttiultd monthly balances not txcttdtrtt$300
and 2% on any "m ind". This schedule is
bas.dot prompt poymenl and includes changes.i WALL-TO-WALL


i HOUSEHOFINANCE $13- CENTRAL DRAPES CARPETS AIR & HEAT

UTILITY ROOM I
1 PORCH

PAIR e

__ installed most cars Swimming Pool & Complete
a T= Laundry Facilities

Penman Plaza Shopping Center Near Schools Both Private
and Parochial
$ "
1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 <& Shopping Center I

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 B.E Good ric f 9 t.
6756 103rd STREET to
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 PHONE 771-8844

Cedar Hills Shopping Center RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 7719190Ask 3719 Blandin Blvd. 771-3588 D. W, Priest. LSN: (Ret) ;

about our owning hour I



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April 25, 196ft JAX AIR NEW SA AFTERBURNE Page II



Pistol Team Takes Top I



5'.44 ., }\ Honors in Local Match
'tk\ +: s'i' s Ss1i\\. : i\::};%.}::t i ,{,}:$sS\tLi\\\\'ti; ; },L t\s4,}i 4;{{4'}:S.SL }'v' 4,t}h;sfs.s; - -

-
The Marine Air Detachment with his over all score of 2572
BOWLING STANDINGS pistol team shot its way to the out of a possible 2700 points.
top April 21 at the Gateway 2700 Kinnel maintained his first place
Atlantic League National League' Pistol Match in Jacksonville. rating with 2417 and Mori won
GySgt. John K. Maurer cap- top honors in his class with a
Team Won Lost Team I tured first place in 'master classin score of 2002.HEAVING .
Red Darters #2 21 11 Foi y Five 26.5 9.5 the .22 calibre match with a 1e
Hurricanes 20 12 AOMD( 2) 25 11 score of 863 out of possible 900
Spoilers 22 14 # 22 10 points.Gy .
Chiefs (VW 4)) 22 14 Red Darters #/; 3 19 13 Sgt. Richard R. Kinnel
Uncles 21 'IS Sky Warriors 19 13 finished first in the expert class
Handicaps 23 17 Hurricanes 20 16 with a score of 830.
Bean Burners 19 17 Chiefs (NARTU) 16.5 13.5 -:- In the center fire match,Maur.
Chargers 18 18 Faid Folks 19 17 er maintained his hold on first
Leftovers 18 18 Hard Hats 18 18 ; I place with a score of 865, and
BB Balls 17 19 Tipplers 15 17 ';{ Kinnel stayed on top in his class
Supply 16.5 19.5 Pin Kings 16 20 by firing an 806.
CPO's (VP 30)) 15.5 20.5 Outcasts 12 16 r 1 SSgt. Raymond Mori moved
BB Stackers 14.5 21.5 Molar Rollers 13 19 into first place marksman by
Tar Babies 26 Blue 11 ,
14 21 '< shooting a score of 645.
AFEES 10.5 29.5 Pin Teasers 8 24 +t't,. All three stayed on top of the
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Pacific Coast Drops Cecil Field,



f Takes All-Navy Volleyball Crown


following the final team are David E. Schaffer and r
Naval Air Station Alameda, Immediately
f Calif., representing Pacific match Capt. Martin J. Stack, Steven J. Duke of Naval Station
officer, NAS Sax, Port Hueneme; Terry Stod-
Coast, picked up six straight wins commanding
} here last week to take the All presented trophies} to Pacific dard and Dennis Bradley of Sub L j
" Navy volleyball title.f' Coast and runner up South At- marine Force Pacific PearlHarbor I"rt
lantic. also ; John F. Benak of Nuclear I .L t
South Atlantic (NAS Cecil Plaques were a- Field) took the runner up posi- warded to the individual playersof Weapons Training Center Paci-
tion with a tournament record of both teams. fic; P. H. Walton of the USS
f', 4-2. West Pacific (NAS Bar- Members of the All Navy Brush and Matthew of NASQuonset -

bers Point) was third with.2 4 Point. 'Ir
NAS Patuxent ill < ,u
and North Atlantic ( Softball
Others include: L. Anthony
River) finished last with an
,
" Whitney of the U. S. Naval Academy -
I' 0-6 tally.
j. The AU Navy affair ended ; Charles A. Homan of
a three week battle here which A Reality NAS Barbers Point; Ray L.
#J Barrows of Naval Air Techni-
12 teams fought for a berth in
cal Center Memphis} ; Gary C.
the Inter Service competitionwhich
Monday at Jax? Robinson of the USS Eldorado;
got underway At
{ Dover AFB, Del. J. L. VanCamp ofNAS Alamitos; CHAMPS .. Pacific Coast won the All-Navy volleyball title

The Cecil Field Raiders took Charles S. Williams of Fleet here last week to earn a berth in the Inter-Service tourney.
Athletic Director Frank
two championships crowns in l McCaffrey has announced that Aviation Electronics Training U- Team members are (front row I l-r) David Schaffer, P.H. Walton,
v
, of
nit Pacific Richard A. Ray
their three week stint by picking ; Robinson Barrows Charles Homan and Dennis
there is a possibility of the Naval Amphibious Base San Gary Ray ,
:;: up 6th eight Naval straight District matches title and for adding the- NAS Jax intramural Softball Diego, and James R. Pickard, Bradley; (back row l.r) James Pickard Charles Williams, Rich

1: ., six consecutive wins for program becoming a reality coach. ard Ray, Steven Duke, John Benak Matthew Valo, Terry. Stod-
. the South Atlantic Regional this season. dard, J. Van Camp and L. A. Whitney.
. It is understood that in orderto .
, crown. make this materialize .
, sport "LJI. I
The All Navy tournament
concessions will Dental 1 Set
f came to a showdown in its final some _J May Sign Up
have to be made by all hands. ..
' round with Cecil, sporting: a 4-1
Under these conditions, (APNB Feature) .
record, pitted against Pacific Scheduling of appointmentsfor finite appointment and given necessary
Coast with 5-0. However units/commands, teams, 1. When' was the first indian- children whose sponsor's materials and instruc
i Pacific Coast overpowered the players and officials interested polis 50Q .mile auto .race held birth month is May will begin tions. telephone appointmentscan
In in this
South Atlantic team in three participating pro- and who.was the winner May 1 for the Dental Depart be made. ,
straight games 15-8. 15-5 gram are urged to have a representative 2. Whowon the 1966 U. S.: ment's Preventive Dentistry Each child will receive an oral

and 15 9, to take the title present at anor- Open Golf Tournament and where Program. health examination, an applica-
and earn a shot at the Inter ganizational meeting which was it held? Appointments may be made by tion of substant to inhibit decay,
will be held tomorrow morn- 3. Who was the first Houston demonstrationand
Service an oral hygiene
crown. the : or the Den
ing at 9:30 at the NAS gym, player to hit a home run in the tal Department sponsor spous&at appointment desk lecture, and dental health educational -

Bldg. 3.GUllrd. Astrodome this year? during working hours. At that material. No X rays
4. What four New York Yankee time they will be given' a de will be taken.
\, TaiiJz-- Unit. Closes uniform numbers have been
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